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Cinda, Post Card, Brush Burn Meet Threesome Making4 Their 1954 Debuts Delawares Rosemont Purse Also Brings Forth Speedy Penocc and Jack The Great DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 7.- Several thoroughbreds who seem destined to make numerous appearances in stakes competition before the year is completed, are scheduled to belatedly launch their 1954 campaigns in tomorrows featured ,500 Rosemont Purse. They are Jouett Shouses Cinda, Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords Post Card and Stanley C. Mikells Brush Burn. Post Card is coupled overnight with Subahdar in the six-furlong offering. Rounding out the field for the Rosemont are the following: The Mrs. Chester A. Lyon-Walter A. Edgar coupling of Penocc and Jack the Great, Cary C. Boshamers Yama, Louis Lee Haggin II.s Sally Catbird, Mrs. C. P. Dencklas Songai and Pin Oak Farms Knotty Paul. Cinda returns following an extended layoff, having gone amiss last season after winning three of her four starts, including the Oceanport and Regret Handicaps. The previous year, as a three-year-old, she was almost unbeatable against sprinters of her age and sex, accounting for the Cherry Blossom, Colonial, Betsy Ross and Regret and earning 2,175. The Occupy Miss has been brought along steadily by Bernie Bond and is credited with several excellent trials over the track. Favors Local Strip The seven-year-old Post Card has put in many good seasons and has always favored the local strip, as evidenced last -summer by his victory in the Brandywine Handicap. He also won the Laurel last season and earned almost 5,000. His running companion tomorrow, Subahdar, seemed destined to develop into a top three-year-old during the 1953 Hialeah meeting, but went wrong and was away from the races until just recently when he started in New York. Brush Burn is primarily a turf course competitor,, though he has several good efforts over the main track in his record. His most noteworthy triumph last year, during which he earned 7,550, was in Chicagos Meadowland Handicap on the grass. Penocc and Jack the Great rate consideration of their current form, though neither has been as impressive as in past seasons. Penocc was beaten only five lengths in the Wilmington Handicap when sixth behind Pet Bully, while Jack the Great was third in back of Jeannie C. and Tosca in his last Maryland appearance. Sally Catbird is another who will be making her first start of the year, while Knotty Paul has raced but once this year, finishing far back during the Garden State meeting. Yama was unplaced behind War Age in 1 : 10 on opening day, while Songai was recently beaten less than a length by Bold Man in 1:11.