Harvard Square Easy Lincoln Winner; The Rhymer Prevails in Queens County: Lady Liberty Next To Simmons Racer; Cherry Trifle Gains First Score of Year in Edgewater Beach Hotel Purse in Upset, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-08


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HARVARD SQUARE Carried Allen T Simmons silks to victory in the Groemere Hotel Purse at Stickney yesterday Harvard Square P Easy Jr Lincoln Winner WinnerP L The Rhymer J QueensCountyJ Prevails in QueensCounty Lady Liberty Next To Simmons Racer RacerCherry Cherry Trifle Gains First Score of Year in Edgewater Beach Hotel Purse in Upset UpsetSTICKNEY STICKNEY 111 June 7 Withdrawn from the Steger Handicap last Saturday Allen T Simmons Harvard Square accept ¬ ed the issue in the Graeniere Hotel Purse one of the features of todays program at Hawthorne and won it in easy fashion The son of Bostonian handled by M N Gonzalez ran the threequarters of a mile on a good track in 113 and emerged the winner by two and a half lengths while E B Carpenters Lady Liberty raced into second position a length and a quarter before Anxiety representing A Frilot FrilotEleven Eleven took part in the race with Proud Sister owned by the Erlanger Stable lead ¬ ing home the others othersHarvard Harvard Square who was registering his second victory in four starts this year fol ¬ lowed Lady Libertys pace for a little more than a half mile and then asserted his superiority he quickly took command when ready and had no trouble holding his ad ¬ vantage even though his saddle slipped and his rider could not give him much help in the run through the home stretch stretchAnxiety Anxiety Closes Fast for Show ShowLady Lady Liberty who at one time was show ¬ ing the way by three lengths readily gave way to the winner but then held on well to protect second honors from Anxiety who came from far back to garner third money Also coming from far back was Proud Sis ¬ ter who just missed third place by a neck neckThe The others were far back and all of them were without excuse except perhaps Valdina Way whose saddle also slipped during the running John Marschs To a Tee who was making his first start since 1941 raced with the leaders for a time but faded away in the drive driveHarvard Harvard Square was made the favorite in an open betting race and as the public choice he paid 760 for 2 in the mutuels mutuelsMrs Mrs L B Muschals Cherry Trifle who disappointed as a 4 to 5 chance in his last start showed an improved effort on a drier track and under a change of riders in another of the days better races the Edge water Beach Hotel Purse a run of a mile and 70 yards offered as the sixth race With Nick Jemas at the reins Cherry Trifle won by a length to the delight of those who supported him at 1620 for 2 while Happy Pilot took the place Valdina Groom was third thirdFrank Frank Zehr whose apprenticeship ex ¬ pired with the close of last Saturdays rac ¬ ing won with his first mount as a full fledged jockey when he piloted Discussion Continued on Page TwentyFive Harvard Square Triumphs In Graemere Hotel Purse PurseCherry Cherry Trifle Turns In First Win of Year at Lincoln Oval OvalContinued Continued from Pcge One Onehome home in front in the first race for Neil Rasmussen of California Prominent from the beginning Discussion forged to the front on the turn and held his advantage over the remainder of the six and a half furlongs winning by a length and a quar ¬ ter Courteous was second while Captain Fury was third after having been interfered with by David B Jr in the stretch Farrell showed the way until the winner came along and then faded away awayMrs Mrs F E McDonalds Cloudy Weather registered his third straight victory and his sixth of the year in leading home eleven other sprinters over the six and a half fur ¬ longs of the second eventr Lyle Whiting brought the nineyearold gelding from last place to land him home in front by a length and a half The rank outsider Chifla finished second Trim Stepper who ruled a slight favorite over the winner was best of the others Last Call had the most early speed here but he was through after threeeighths and finished far back backMaiden Maiden twoyearolds contested the five furlong third race with victory going to Hyman Friedbergs Gay Orphan This youngster ridden by C L Martin had speed from the beginning and after getting to the front in the stretch stood a sharp drive gamely to withstand the challenge of Sir Date The Friedberg youngster got the decision by a neck Far back in third place came Tib the favorite while ORisky was next The latter upset his rider Anthony Skoronski before the start but he was nof hurt

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