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'He Can't Be Unlucky
Always,'Sabath Says As Alsab Works Out Preakness Field to Go To Post About 5 P.m.; Apache Tests Blinkers Bj the Associsted Pr*6«. PIMLICO. Md.. May 8 —Officials of the Maryland Jockey Club an nounced post time on Preakness day will be at 2 p.m. instead of the usual 2:30 p.m. This means that daily double windows will close at 1:45. The Preakness field is expected to go postward about 5 pm. If the weather is favorable there will be large betting facilities in the infield. Albert Sabath arrived from New York to watch Alsab jog around the track with his stable pony. Sabath said his wife is convalescing at their Chicago home after a recent Illness. Mr. Sabath also stated that not only his wife but his daugh ter. Diana, would be forced to miss the stake. When asked what he thought of Alsab in the Preakness Sabath simply replied ‘‘He can’t be unlucky all the time.” In the workouts this morning for the Preakness, Shut Out. Sun Again. Domingo and Fair Call were given blow-outs, while Devil Diver* Alsab. Valdina Orphan and Colchis were given only gallops. The most significant and important Hem was the fact that Apache was equipped with blinkers and was broken away from the gate with Jockey Jimmy Stout up. He broke smartly and then pulled up after a 16th of a mile. George Tappen, who is looking after the Belair Stud colt in the ab sence of James Fitzsimmons, stated that Apache had been worked sev eral times last year with blinkers on him but never had run In them. He will use them for the first time in a race in the Preakness. He appeared very much on his toes this morning. Raymond (Sonny) Workman, one Of the outstanding riders several years back, and rider of H. P. Whit ney's Victorian when that racer took the Preakness in 1928, will make the trip from Washington to watch this year's renewal. After retiring Work man has stuck to his guns at his business in the Capital City and is seldom seen around the tracks. Aluminum ^Continued From First Page.) would result In annual production of 600,000,000 pounds of magnesium, compared with 33,000,000 pounds a year ago, and 800,000 tons of syn- j thetic rubber capacity, compared with 25,000 tons. Steel capacity, he ; added, will be increased more than 10,000,000 tons. ( The R. F. C. Mr. Jones said, has contracted to buy 1.370,000,000 pounds of aluminum from Canada and had authorized the purchase of machine tools costing $1,395,000,000. Also, he said, the United States has purchased 760,000 tons of cop per from Latin America and had im ported from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa the equivalent of a year's domestic production. He listed three other activities as among those accounting for the R. F. C.'s need for new borrowing au thority : Importation of 6,000,000 hides this year and an equal amount next. Rehabilitation of a railroad in Newfoundland and development of new airlines in South America. Agreement to buy the entire 1942 Cuban sugar crop at a cost of more than $200,000,000. Purchase of “practically all” the private airplanes in this country for Army and Navy use. Purchase of domestic stocks such as automobiles, tires and refrigera tors frozen by Government regula tions. U-Boat (Continued From First Page.)_ survivors of a torpedoed American cargo ship brought ashore in Nor folk last night said today they sailed and drifted 1.000 miles during 16 days in their lifeboat. Third Mate Clarence T. Wells of Hopewell. Va.. told newsmen today the ship's complement of 46. includ ing a nine-man Navy gun crew, abandoned ship safely in four life boats. He said he had learned that occupants of two of the boats were rescued after two days afloat and landed at Boston and that the other boat was picked up this morning and its occupants landed at Cape May, N. J. The ship sank 15 minutes after the first of two torpedoes struck her. Wells said, adding that the gun crew had no opportunity to go into action because the submarine did not surface until the ship dis appeared beneath the water. Sub Lashed to Lifeboat. After surfacing the submarine drew alongside the captain's lifeboat and. lashing it to the lifeboat, con versed with the captain. Wells, in another lifeboat, could not hear the conversation. The boats became separated the first night and the occupants of Wells' boat did not see the others again. Wells said his boat, en countered heavy seas and strong winds and had to sail due south before the wind for five straight days. The boat was then becalmed for four days. "We were swamped twice." Wells related, "once afer we were in the boat four hours when caught in cross-seas. The second time was two days later in tremendous seas. The air tanks saved us. The first time we were swamped the water was knee deep in the boat. All hands balled for 20 minutes." Crabs Picked From Seaweed. Crewmen said they ate small crabs which they picked from sea weed floating in the Gulf Stream. Seven of the 13 landed at Nor folk were hospitalized for treat ment of swollen feet, two were ill as a result of drinking sea water de spite efforts of their shipmates to stop them. During the last seven days In the boat water rations were reduced to two ounces of water each per day. Wells asserted that the undersea raider w-as a small one, “only about 150 or 200 feet long. It was too small to operate for any length of time without re-ftilling from a mother ahip or a landlbkee." OXNARD. CALIF.—HARMON’S “9S” ROLLS AGAIN—The fa mous numerals “98” which Tom Harmon carried on his back during his football career at Michigan are with him again, this time on his training ship at the Mira Loma Flight Academy here, where he is an Army aviation cadet. Instructor William I. Fernald is explaining the day’s training flight pattern to Har mon in the cockpit before taking off. —A. P. Wirephoto. Marblehead Bombed Steadily for 3 Hours, Captain Declares Cruiser Ran in Circles When Steering Gear Was Hit, Skipper Says By the A*»oci»ted Press. AT AN EASTERN PORT. May 8. —Capt. Arthur G. Robinson, tanned, gray-haired commander of the J cruiser Marblehead, brought half around the world despite gaping wounds from Japanese bombs, said today that his ship underwent three hours of incessant bombing by at least 37 Japanese planes. Interviewed in his office aboard the ship amid the din of riveters and workmen. Capt. Robinson, a soft-spoken officer, said the ship had less than a 50-50 chance of get i ting back during the first 8 or 10 hours after the attack in the battle of Macassar Straits. Told to Intercept Convoy. The Marblehead was on a defen sive mission under orders of a Dutch admiral to intercept a large, well protected Japanese convoy which was en route for a landing at Ma cassar, the captain said. “En route our force was inter cepted by a large fleet of land based enemy planes,” he related. “The ships scattered and then it was a question of individual action. “Over 37 Japanese planes began the attack on us, and the attack continued with three hours of In cessant bombing. We evaded them pretty well with the exception ef one unfortunate hit. Sick Bay Demolished. “After we were hit the ship was in a very serious situation because we were badly flooded, had two fires, the main deck was covered with fuel oil and water. We had difficulty moving the wounded and the sick bay was completely de molished, and we had to improvise a new one. “Many of the men not detailed pitched In and helped pull the wounded out of the fire. Our steer ing gear was gone and other hits came while our gear was damaged, and we were turning in circles. “The attack continued while all, hands were trying to stop the rush of w’ater. Anti-aircraft batteries were blazing away. I was trying to maneuver the ship as best I , could. My reaction was fatalistic, i There we were going in circles, and that's all there was to it." Capt. Robinson, who is 50 years i old. was bom in Brooklyn and now Is a resident of Washington. He was graduated from the Naval Academy In 1913. and is married to i Inez Buck, a former actress. The skipper repeatedly praised his officers and crew for "courage, stam ina and resourcefulness” and their "continued cheerfulness • He spent 60 hours continuously on the bridge without sleep during the battle and subsequent fight to reach port. Hundreds of Dutchmen To Train as Pilots in U. S. Several hundred Dutch soldiers, presumably from the Netherlands l Indies, have arrived in this country from Australia for aviation training under their own instructors, the War Department announced today. Many of the officers and men brought their families with them. , The Dutch aviation cadets will i receive the same training as British Canadian. Chinese and Latin Amer ican groups now in this country. The War Department did not dis close the actual number nor the lo cation of the flying base provided by the United States. Maj. Gen. L. H. van Oyen of the Royal Netherlands Indies Air Force, who arrived from Australia after the fall of Java, is in charge of the training program. , _ * I Baseball League Head Married to Horsewoman By the A**oci»trd Pre*.i. LOUISVILLE. May 8. —George McNeal Trautman, sr„ of Columbus, president of the American Associa tion, and Mrs. Jane Daley Asbury, Valdosta, Ga.. a director of the Na tional Foxhunters’ Association, were married here today at Christ Church Cathedral. The wedding was performed by | the Very Rev. Elwood L. Halne* be ! fore members of the immediate i families of the couple. Tax Plan to Raise About $1,600,000,000 Given to House Unit Ways and Means Staff Proposal Would Keep Present Exemptions (Earlier Story on Page A-5.) By the Auocitted Pre»*. A new Individual income tax program designed to raise about half as much as the Treasury's proposed $3,200,000,000 was laid before the House Ways and Means Committee today by its own staff of experts. Colin F. Stam, head of the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation, was reoorted to have sug gested retention of the present per sonal exemptions and normal tax rates, with surtax rates to be In creased about half the amount Sec retary of the Treasury Morgenthau has recommended. Secretary Morgenthau yesterday proposed that individual exemptions be cut to $1,200 for married couples, $600 for single persons and $300 for each dependent. Dominican Steamer Torpedoed by Sub Br the Associated Press. CIUDAD TRUJILLO. Dominican Republic, May 8.—The Dominican Republic steamship San Rafael, 1.161 tons, was torpedoed recently by an enemy U-boat while en route home from Tampa, Fla., by way of Kingston, Jamaica, it was learned from official sources last night. Eight survivors arrived in a life boat at Cayman Brae, an island northwest of Jamaica, and declared the entire crew had taken to life boats when the ship was attacked. Thirty crewmen, including the captain, were missing but the boats were well supplied and the survivors were hopeful that they would be found by an air patrol which set out searching the Caribbean. Mrs. Roosevelt Inspects Bundles for U. 5. Center Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt today visited the Washington headquar ters of Bundles for America, 1710 Connecticut avenue N.W., of which she is a sponsor. She was shown the sewing and knitting rooms by Mrs. Cary D. Langhorne. chairman, and Mrs. J. Butler Wright, vice chairman of the local group. Mrs. Roosevelt ac cepted a membership from Mrs. Langhorne. Mrs Roosevelt was particularly interested in two children's gar ments that had been remade by some of the 200 women sewing In the branch's salvage project. One of the garments was a pair of girl's coveralls that had been made from worn pajamas, and the other was a blue and white dress comprising material trom two dther dresses. Bundles for America is an out growth of the organization. Bun dles for Britain The former was started as Bundles for Bluejackets and was intended to be a knitting project, but was abandoned be cause of scarcity of wool. Bundles for Britain still operates at the Connecticut avenue address. Gasoline Rationing Forces Boat Race Cancellation By tin Asiociatcd Press. NEW YORK, May 8—The Albany New York motorboat marathon has been canceled because of war con ditions. Cancellation of the 136-mile raca, scheduled for May 17, was an nounced by Harry Blrdsall, sr„ com modore of the Middle Atlantic Out board Association. He said Govern ment fuel restrictions made the action necessary, but that the as sociation would attempt to hold the event later in the year if the gaso line rationing is lifted. Although no official word was forthcoming, Charles F. Chapman, former secretary of the Racing Com mittee of the American Power Boat Association, said all other regattas would have to be eaneeled in the 17 States affected by the gas rationing. Civil Service Files Were Waste Paper, Defendant Says No Effort Made to Hide Questionnaire Sheets, Court Is Informed (Earlier Story on Page A-2.) Civil Service personnel informa tion sheets which -the Government charges were stolen for mailing list use were waste paper that had been given to a Arm compiling a city directory. Lawrence Haynes, a defendant in the case, testified in District Court today. A brother of the defendant. Wal lace Haynes, also testified that no effort was made by the firm, the Standard Business Service, oper ated by his late father, to conceal the information sheets after they had been obtained from the Civil Service Commission. He said his father formerly was chief of pub lications for the Agriculture De partment and that he himself was named after Vice President Wal lace, a close friend of his father. Another witness, William Skakel 2730 Wisconsin avenue N.W., for merly a distributor of hard-of-hear ing aids, testified that Lawrence Haynea had tried to sell him a list of names of prospects to be com piled from the civil service list, and that Mr. Haynes had explained in answer to a question as to his right to use such information that the questionnaires filled out by employes of the commission now were waste paper. Mr. Skakel added that the de fendant said he had acqui'ed them after the Polk Co., which specializes in compiling city directories, had obtained the lists from the Civil Service Commission and had used them in its business. See You at War's End, Chief Of Fort Drum Wrote Wife Lt. Col. L. S. Kirkpatrick, Coast Artillery, who volunteered last year to command Fort Drum in Manila Bay, wrote his wife several months ago that you will "see me when the war is over.” Fort Drum was one of the island forts surrendered to the Japanese this week. The letter was sent to Mrs. Eliza beth Kirkpatrick, 3408 Quebec street N.W., February 16 and re ceived here April 2. Now in his fourth year in the Philippines, Col. Kirkpatrick volunteered for duty at the fort when his wife left the islands in February, 1041. Bom in Oklahoma City and grad uated from West Point in 1924, Col. Kirkpatrick was once stationed at Fortress Monroe, Va. He has three brothers in the armed services, Lt. Col. E. E. Kirkpatrick in the En gineers Corps here, and Lts. J. E. and C. Kirkpatrick, both of the Navy. Col. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick have two children, Roy, 6, and Mary, 3. Contractor's Wife Found Slain; Children Missing Bi the AiaeeiitMl Pres*. CORPUS CHRISTT. Tex., May 8. —Mrs. George Clyde Hengy, 39, was found shot to death today in her home on fashionable Ocean Drive and officials said her son. George Clyde Hengy. Jr.. 16, and her 3-year old daughter were missing. Mr. Hengy reported he found his wife’s body after arriving by plane from Austin where he had been on business. Also missing were the family car, 500 rounds of ammunition and a small caliber pistol. Mrs. Hengy was slain by a shotgun charge. Justice of the Peace Carl Crow called an inquest. Mr. Hengy, an official of the Brown Bellows Columbia Co., con tractors on naval air station con struction here, said his son had been a patient in a Galveston hospital. Police broadcast a pickup order for the boy and his sister. Zina. Bethlehem Mill Workers End One-Day Walkout i (Earlier Story on Page B-7.) B? the Associated Press. WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.. May 8 —A one-day walkout of 110 chlppers in the rail and blooming mill of Bethle hem’s huge plant at Steelton ended today and the workers voted to re turn to their jobs with the under standing that a Federal mediator would take charge of negotiations for a $l-a-day wage increase and a continuous five-day week. John Talfeski, S. W. O. C. staff representative who declared the iteelton strike also was unauthorized, iaid chlppers now draw 71 >2 cents an hour for a staggered work schedule Frank A. Robbins, company gen eral manager, said the mill resumed operation at 7 a m. and that he did not believe the walkout had cur tailed war production. Jane Wyman Stricken ALBUUERQUE. N. Mex., May 8 —Stricken with food poisoning while en route here to assist in a War bond drive. Jane Wyman of the movies was taken to a hotel to day in what a physician called a painful but not serious condition. Miss Wyman, the wife of Actor Ronald Regan, was placed in a nurse's care. Novice Pilot Burned As 'Chute Lands on Flaming Plane B) the Associated Press. MINNEAPOLIS. May 8.—A 28-year-old Minneapolis grocer, learning to fly in his spare time, was recovering from bums today after parachuting from his burning plane and landing atop the blazing craft when it reached the ground. Vernon Kesler, a student at Wold Chamberlain Field was flying at about 2,000 feet near here late yesterday when his small ship burst into flames. The ship went into a spin as he left the controls and jumped. Spinning to a crash in a plowed field below, the plane flared into a mass of flame just as the pilot's 'chute dropped him on top of it. He suffered second degree bums on the feet, arms and face. Racing News Today's Results — Entries And Selections for Tomorrow Racing Results Pimlico By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse $1,000; clalmina: 2- year-olds; 4Va ftrlongs. Tweendeek (Selpefl 51 10 *0.50 MO Piccadilly ' Hiaa> 5 30 4 20 Madcala (Dterfngi < 00 Time, 0:553y. Also ran—Oomph. Chance Oak. Ea»y Step. Catsllp. Captain Bart, Buckle Down. Caesar. Maelames. El Brush. SECOND RACE—Purse $1,000: claiming 3- year-olds gnd up: 0 furlongs (chute* 8ir Kid (De Camilllsi 8 60 4 80 •».g(> Jnannv (CansDbeifi 5.40 3.30 Clamor Girt (Roberts* 2.70 Time. 1:14. v , Also ran—Berwyn. Slugger, certain Party. Javert,' Peace Day. Running Blue. aDupllket. aFred’i First, Post Haste, a Routt and Ovenberg entry. 'Daily Double paid $456.80) THIRD RACE—Purse, $1,000: claiming: steeplechase: 4-year-olds and upward; 2 Red * Rain (Walker) * 50 3.40 7.90 War Port (Helicus) 4.00 3 Co Speed Demon <M»ier) 5.00 Time, STaSvs. Also ran—a Rougemont a Autumn auest. Dahlia. Meeting House. Le Pasta ou and Golden Hour, a Bosley and Horkhaimer Stable entry. FOURTH RACE—Puree. *1,200: claim ing 3-year-olds and upward: 6 furlongs Sobriquet (Arcaro) 4.40 3.20 2.60 Imperial Impy (Deerlng) 5 40 3.50 Pogo60 (Remerscheld) 3.50 Time—l;I2's. Also ran—Alpine Lad. Blue Flight. Blen weed. Neutrality. Weatherite. FIFTH RACE—Purse $1,300: allow ances: 3-year-olds; 1 mile and 70 yards. Firebroom iScocca) 5 50 3 40 2.2d Cold Crack iDeerinai 4.90 * 50 Trade Last lArcaroi 2.40 Time, 1 :43$S Also ran—Cal's Pet and Cooch a Bridge. Jamaica By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse fl.500; claiming: 2-venr-old*. 5 furlnnt*. Reaal Bov (Robertson) 3 90 2.00 2.40 Flrine Son (Meade) 5.70 .‘(.Sit Is T Tt (.Tsmesl 4.00 Time. 0:59V Also ran—Jotun. Polo Player, aWhat Not sBlsrk Thrush a H. McL. Fenwick and J. P. Smith entry. SECOND RACE—Pune #1.500; claiming; ; 3-year-olds: 6 furlongs Niranda Z. tCllngman) J06.70 48.90 21.80 (Rosy Dollar (Lindberg) 15.00 7.80 : Bonnie Goins (Wshler) 8.00 ! Time, 1:134s. Also ran—fQueena Navy. Batter Dp. i Single. fAlohabow, Lady Bart. Flying In dian, Recognize. Hattie Belle. Time Svelte, Lou O’Neill. Sweet Nushie. f Field. (Daily Double paid #294.20.) THIRD RACE—Purse *1.500; claiming; 4-vear-olris and ua: A furlong* Halcyon Boy (Peters) 14.20 A 00 4.50 Xbnyn* (Maade) 3.70 3.00 Little Davey (Huff) A.30 Time. 1:12 V Also ran—Shadows Pass. Wilton. Irish Echo. Faust II. Biasing Heat. Smoky i Snyder. FOURTH RACE—Purse. *1,500: a pe ris 1 weights: maiden*; 2-year-olds; 5 fur lone* James Borough 'Coule) 22.00 7.30 3.20 Devils Thumb iNevesi 5.90 3.10 River Wolf (Meade) 2.30 Time. 1:00V Also ran—Noview Epee. Robart F . Bully Oood. Iceland and Vacuum Cleanar FIFTH RACE—Pune #2,000; allow ances; ,'i-year-olds; 6 furlongs. Mackerel (James) 5 00 2.90 2.40 I Scenic (Wall) 2.80 2.40 Draeh (CUngman) 2.70 Time. 1:13V Also ran—Blue Stride. Lanova, Lolo Doise. Picture Hat. Narragansett Park By the Associated Press. PTR8T RACF—Purse #1.000: claiming; maidens; 3-year-olds; 6 furlongs (ehute). Misty Lsdy (Atkinson) 3.SO 2.JO 3.00 Montbars (Snvdert 6 20 4 50 Beaman (Johnston) (.20 Time. 1:16. _ w Also ran—Valdlna Caper. Saccharose. Kitty Leon. Betty K . Caesars Crown, Lady Insert. Rattiln* Bee’s. SECOND RACE—Purse. #1.000: elaim lna: 4-yesr-olds and upward: A furlongs. Linas Son (Torres) 6.40 3 80 3.40 In Dutch (Daniels) 8.90 A-OO Elmer (Wimmer) 8.(0 Time. 1: IS V4. Also ran—Bucks Imaie. Vital Lady. China Lina, Lopalont. Pest Luck. On the Dot. Dark Blaae, rrtee Boy and Jane Vito. (Dally Doable paid #15.60.) THIRD RACE—Purse, #1,000. claiming. 4-year-oldi and upward; A furlongs. Catapult (BrunaUe) 8.40 4.80 3.70 Rough Biscuit (Finnegan) 7.20 4.AO i Count Cotton (McMuuen) 4.30 Time, 1:148a. Also ran—Galway. Hlttie. Hendarsonlan. Sir Quest. Sherlock. Snow Moon. Bavin* ! Grace, Night Chase and Miss Co-ed. | FOURTH RACK—Purse 51,000: special weights; maidens: 2-ytar-oldt; 4‘,< fur longs. War counsellor (At'son) 9.10 3.80 .3.70 Manipulate (Johnston) 3.30 2.Do Agradel (Maschek) 5.00 Time, 0:55. Also ran—Camp Liberty. Bess Piddle. Miss Olivia, Hosemsn, Miami Sun. Val ! dina Sate Churchill Downs Py the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. $1,000; claiming; 3-year-olds and upward: 6 furlongs. Get On (Burns! 13.SO 7.SO R RO Night Lady (Bcurlocki i SO 5 00 Captain Fury iAdams) 8 00 Time, 1:14. Also ran—f Black Whirl. Oakmont. Bonny Casey, f Dodge Otty, My Myrl. f My Playmate. Sam G., Air Hostess and John Thomas, f Field. 8BCOND RACE—Purse $1,000: claim ing; 4-year-olds and upward: 8 furlongs Martian (Wielander) 3.80 2.40 2.40 Nimble (Bodloui 4 00 3.80 One Tip (Jemas) 3.60 Time. 1:12 V Also ran—-True Star. Certainty Wina rrac. Blue Cadet, Supreme Sir. Bonzar THIRD RACE—Purse $1,000; allow ances: 2-year-olds: 5 furlongs. Fair Weather (Wiel’der) 2.40 2.20 2.20 aWiseasyou (Brooksi 2.20 2.20 Timocracy (Critehfleld) 2.20 Time. 0:59V Also ran—Recalling. aHeel Call, Hair Do. Glnomerica. Mamie E. a J. D. Weil entry. FOURTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: claim ing; 3-year-olds: 7 furlongs First Prize (Wallace! 7 00 4.80 2 80 Tomochlchi (Adams! 8.00 3.40 Stinging Bee 'Bodioui 5.00 Time. 1:25 1-5. Also ran—fRosy Brand. Merlcano. fEl*. basan. Putitthere. Kokomo, Counterbalance, Cross Tide and Faywood. fField. Sportsman's Park Bs the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. *800: claiming: 4-year-olds and upward: & furlongs. Monon Lad (Jones! 10.00 5.20 3.Bo Black Highbrow (Bchulingi 7.00 5.00 Kiosk (Franklin) 7.00 Time 1:03 V Also ran—8tray Chord. Saxon's Pride. Second Sound. Moot Question. Heil Pistes, Blaufuss and Millmore SECOND RACE—Purse. *800: claiming; 4-year-olds and up: 5 furlongs. Chiefs Boy (Robertsom 17.80 8 80 5.70 My Grey Tet (Higley) 81.00 19 80 Preco (Lo Turcoj 4.40 Time. 1:034s. Also ran—Wawmour. Five Fifty. Sweet Sukey. Eternal Wave. C. C. Curtiss. Sweet Pease. (Daily Double paid 993.80.) THIRD RACE—Purse *800: claiming: maidens: 3-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs (chute). hDsndv Maiden (Murphy I 15.8(1 11.00 4.80 hSally I. (Haley) 8.00 8.20 3.20 Perhobo (Schuling) 2.BO Time. I :32 V Also ran—Rosy Future. Saverchance. Verdella. Mlnedda. Pltanga. J. Baby. Michivs h Dead heat for first position. U. S. Soldier in Ulster Drowned Paddling Raft E? 'be Associated Press. A. E. F. HEADQUARTERS. North ern Ireland, May 8—Pvt. Ralph Raymond Helbling. 22. Pittsburgh, Pa , drowned Tuesday night when a makeshift raft in which he and four fellow soldiers were paddling capsized on a lake in Northern Ireland. His was the third accidental death among the United States ; forces since they arrived in Northern Ireland. The others with Helbling were saved. Delaware Studies Vote Laws WILMINGTON, Del., May 8 — i Gov. Walter W. Bacon appointed a bi-partisian committee today to study Delaware election laws and propose legislation to correct any defects found. A Federal grand jury investigation of the 1940 elec tion has been in progress for two years. Devil Diver Draws Post Position In 52d Preakness Tomorrow B? the Associated Press BALTIMORE, May Following. listed according to post position, are the horses, owner*, jockeys and probable odds for tomorrow* 52d running of the *50.000 added Preakneas stake*. (All carry 12* pound*.) Prob PP. Horse. Owner. Jockey. odds 1. a Devil Diver.Mrs, Payne Whitney—E. Arcaro . 8-5 2. Apache _William Woodward -J Stout .- 10-1 3. Pair Call ._..Mrs. Barclay Douglas... No boy..25-1 4. Requested _Ben F. Whitaker-L. Haas . 9-1 5. x Domingo .Loui* B. Mayer .J Westrop*. 30-1 #. aShut Out _l._.Mrs. Payne Whitney_W. Wright-8-5 7. Valdina Orphan_Emerson F. Woodward.. C. Bierman-8-1 8. Aisab..Mrs. A1 Sabath.- B. James. 7-2 9. Sun Again.Warren Wright .W. Eads...9-1 10. Colchis ___R Sterling Clark -O. Woolf..7-1 a Mrs. Payne Whitney s Oreentree Stable entry. x Imported. Entries for Tomorrow Pimlico HIRST RACE—Hurae, *1.000: elalmlnt: ! ateeplechase; 4-yeax-old* and upward: 2 miles. a Dundrllltn iRobtrU)- 1*7 xJacket tMorlan)-> lfl Baanlpe (Helleu*) . -l*-> a Kin* Cob (Robert*)_ 13* African Boy (Brook*)- :3* Judte's Bid (Clements)_ 140 xxCaptaln BUI iRumcID 134 a Skinner and Briar Hill Harm entry, x 5 pound* claimed for -tder xx 7 pound* claimed for rider. 8ECOND RACE—Hur*e, *1.000: allow ance*: 2-yetr-olds: 4furlona*. Milk Chocolate (Robert*)--- . ’.14 a The Duck (Kelper) _ 112 Little Bud (Hacker)_ 112 Little Wizard (Haas)_ 112 Valevlctorta (Bcocca) _ 109 Bold Salute (l^neh)__112 Quarter Time (Bert). - 112 Rock Knltht (De Camllll*)_ 112 Gold Retriever iMerrltti _ 112 Elizabeth K. (Bcocca) _ 109 xWlshlhadatal (Remeracheld)..__ )<)4 a Mercury (Arearo)_ 112 Euchre (Wacner)__... 109 Black Grip (Arearo)_ 115 Olorlana i Madden)_ 109 Kanlast (Deerlnt)_ 109 a Babylon and Bryaon entry. THIRD RACI—Purac SI ,ooo; elaiminc 4-v#sr-old« and up; I.', ml’ei. Areata (Bara) _ _ 112 Supreme Bored (Roberta) _ 107 Two Acer (Itsrlrrr) . __ _ 10p xOrand Duke (Itemerieheld)_ 107 xMlfhttly (Trent)_ 112 Residue (IJeerlne t _ 112 I Radio Were (Helper) _ 112 1 James (Melena) ._ _ 112 Miss Selection (Madden)_ 104 Burner (Mere) _ 104 ' sDirsr Dama (Rudert) _ 107 Cartrldte (Helper) _ 10P Miss Thirteen (Merritt) _ 104 Savlter (Bent) _ 112 xColesboy (Crawford) _ 102 Dulie (Dorman) _ 104 FOURTH RACK—Furs* $1,000: claim ing 3-year-olds, 6 furlonas (chute). . xlke (Trent 1 112 High Celerity (Bcocca)_117 Kant Delay (Canning)_ 114 Sola Mowlee (Bcocca) _112 ! Snare Man (Madden) 117 : xChureh Supper (Campbell) ...l... 104 Gratis tHapier)_ 114 xMany Lands (Gorman)_112 xBlut Steel (Trent) _ 114 Torarich (Scott) _ 112 Ibex (Mann) __ 114 ?latent (De Camlllis)_ 114 ork River (Haas) _ 117 Honey Play (Madden)_ 117 1 Belfonds Boy (Dettllo) __114 Pompeco (Shelhamer) _ 117 . FIFTH RACK—Purse. *1.500; Gen. Mae Arthur Handicap: 3-year-olds and up ward; 6 furlongs. High Command (Robert*)_101 Cape Cod (Lynch) _134 Blue Twink (Merritt)_ 05 Abrasion (Deering) _115 War Lock (De Cemillis)_118 I SIXTH RACX—Purse. *50 0000 added; Stake*: 3-mruldt. 1A mJles. a Devil Diver lArcaro)_126 Apache (Stout) _ 128 Fair Call (Gilbert)_;_128 Repeated (Haaa).__12s Dominto (We* trope)__ ' 126 » Shut Out (Wrtmt)--..I? 136 Valdlna Orphan iBleman)_v>« Alsab (James) _ 126 Sun Aealn iPads).. 126 Colehi* (Woolf) _ 126 aOraentree Stable entry. SEVENTH RACE—Purae. *1,500: allow ances; 3-year-old* and upward; 1,*. miles. Devalue (Eads) -. 118 1» if In Question (Merritt)_____ Z 102 ' Forter’i Cap (Haas).-.-1 nj FUistao (Shelhamer) __ 10? Oondalln* (Roberts) :_ __ 102 Alaklne (Helper) _ 12o a Cedar Farm entry, e C. S. Howard entry. EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.000: claim upward: l Vi miles. Blockader (Roberts) _ 117 Iron R*r (Rad**. . ... im xBull wnjp (Remerscheld)._.IZZZZ-Z ioo aCounty Cork (Trent)_ 114. .Guardsman (Gorman) ___ Z 114 x* gentle Savate (Dattllo)_Z_.II 117 xa Valdlna Leo (Crawford) .. 10fl xlxploration (Trent) .. ' n? Si ver Rocket (Schmidl) Z'Z 114 Misrule (Bera) .. __ li? a J. Sands entry. .Apprentice allowance claimed. Narragansett Park FIRST RAC*—Purse, *1,000; claiming; 4-year-olds end upward; 1A miles. * i „ - 111 Slcklebill ... no : Chatter Wraek 11« xLovick ._111 IS, at£* - 109 *OJd River ... Ill - — 109 Bonsible .113 Middle Aisle . _ 11* xLa Tore _ 1O0 ^•r Bonnet ... 114 xTwinkatys .. 104 ! Jest Once -111 Valdlna Dream 104 CwV«-,®Prlnl -. 1"9 Temulae _ 110 xMahlette _100 SECOND RAC*—Purse. *1.000: elalm i 12?’ 3;»ear-olds; 1 mile and 70 yards, i xOay Pad ._ Ill Tain Beauty 100 xHatfleld Oiri.. 103 o5r Will I 113 rtprltewiek ... 10S Arthur Murray. ll« No Dough -110 What Excuse ill i xMack's Miss __ 103 xRipplet _103 _ _ I THIRD RACE—Purse. SI.000: claiming; I 4-year-olds and upward; « furlongs. UadlngAetor . 110 Cadet Bob .. 113 Wika- 10* PiagOrland __ 116 Bow Low- 113 Betty’s Broom 110 xPernelle. . 99 xChance Run_106 Dinner Jacket . 116 xOay Balko_10* *£laro - 104 xStreet Arab_110 iPaciher- 106 Risaa _ _ no Pkddy 118 xMar Le_.113 xDalnty Pord_103 FOURTH RACE—Purse. 11.000 claim ing. 3-year-olds: 8 furlongs. Shrimpie 112 xMandate 110 Catcall - 112 Air Sprint 112 Mltnjint 107 Miss Sungino_107 xAlbatross_no * FIFTH RACE—Purse. *1.000: claiming: '•xear-olds and up: rt furlong* xMatchup 105 Balmy Sprint 118 Boredom 114 Fritz 11« Straw Hat- 113 U* -- Ctnesar 108 Milk Punch II 108 SIXJK RACE—Purse, *5.000 added: Blackstone Valley Handicap 3-year-olds and upward: 8 furlongs (chutei AUegro 103 Taking Wats .110 Doublrab 121 Watch Over ! 12 a Cha 11amore lo.t Dally Delivery 114 a Sack 108 Sweet Willow 118 a E. C. Eastwood entry. SEVENTH RAC*—Purse. *1.200: allow ances: 3-year-olds: 8 furlonga. a Ended 118 Layaway 115 xStrolllnt Easy. 102 Coholga llo s Lull n 112 e A On#..i: I 115 c Orious Roman 118 Mixer 115 a A. S. Pierce and Elm Stable entry, c Mrs. M. E. Boerger entry. EIOHTH RACE—Burse. $1,000: claim ing: .1-yeaT-oIds; 1 mile and TO yards. Zelleen Zee 108 Shasta Man 118 xAllbl Babe .103 Caboodle 108 Crab Apple 111 Darby Dague 113 xChassis -103 Miss Anaconda 111 xDaisy 108 Marny 108 NINTH RACE—Purse. #1,000: claiming; 4-year-olds and upward: 1miles. xEselkay 100 xOifi 111 xAmerin Money 111 xPort Spin . 100 Erins Sun-118 xQuereua _10P Strident- 118 Aluminlo __108 Cuckoo -118 xEasterner __ ill Clapalr -118 Rlcheatan _ _ lop - }0« Parl-Erneat . .. 118 xReith Me 104 zDtxie Torch_108 Redrock Ctnyon 118 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Muddy. New York Bank Stocks NEW YORK. May 8 ifl*).—National I Association Securities Dealers, Inc.: j Bk of Am NTS tSFl (2.40) 2»ld **?()% ’ Bank of Man (,80a) 12», 14 Bank of N Y (14)_248 258 Bankers Tr (2)_ 3:1 36 Bklyn Tr (4) 51% 66% Cen Han Bk & Tr (4)_ 80 82% Chase Nat (1.40) . . 32% 2.3%! Chem Bk A Tr (1.80)_ .12% 34% CommerciaI(8)_ 138 144 Cont Bk St Tr <.80)_ 8% lo»/4 j Corn Ex Bk A T (2.40)_ 28 20 Empire Tr (3>__ 36% 38% j First Nat (Boa) (2) _ . 32 34 First Natl (80) _ 086 1016 Guaranty Tr (12) _ 200 206 Irvins Tr («0>. 8% 0% 1 Manufacturer* Tr (2) _ 2ftk 31 Manufacturers Tr pf (2' 51% 53% I Natl City (1) _ 22% 28% ! N Y Trust (3%) _ if % il% | Title O a T- 2% 8% a Alas eEtra or extra* . Jamaica Ry the Associated Press FIRST RACK—Purse. SI.500; claiming maidens. 2-year-olds. 5 furlongs. Tinoel (Laldley) 117 fhost Light (Robertson) _ 111 lev Lee (Longden) - 117 uonset Point (Peter*)_ lt« Poe O’Woe (no boy)- - 111 xNosined (Wahler) __ in* XHylaa (Day) _io«i Epaway (Meade)__ 111 Felsway (Meade) ___ 111 xOutcome mo boy' _ inn Real Man (Wholey) . - 111 Dinner Party I Robertson)_ _ 117 Zae wOilbert) _ ... _ 114 SECOND RACE—Purse $1,500: special weights: maidens: 2-year-olds. 5 furlongs xCsroline P. (Crowther) ... I OR Navy Blue (no boy) _ 114 Blended Well mo boy)_ 1(18 Tosi Up (Meade* _ 117 Good Looking (Ead*>__ _ ill Sparkling Maid (no boy)_ 108 Light Chaser (Young)._ 117 xDiah (Hlldebrandt)_ loo Redoubled (no boy)_ 111 Daring (no boy) ._ _ 114 1 Bulrushes (Longden)_ 117 i Jlmar (Wall) _ 111 ) THIRD RACE—Purse. $1 500: claiming: 4-year-olds and upward; A furlongs. Cleo Louise (Meatfe) _ 115 xStevada (Wahler) _ 103 Aerial Fire (Conley) _ 113 a Zacharies (Wall) _ 117 Wise Hobby (Robertson) _121 x a Flroxepore (Coule)_110 Day Off (no boy) . 115 Pharo Tattler (Huff) __ 115 Supreme Ideal (no boy)_120 Ferocity (no boy) _ 120 xBuekle Up (Carroll) _ _ 115 a Mlllsdale Stable and Mrs. A. Pelleten entry. FOURTH RACE—Purse. >1,600; allow ances; 3-year-olds; A furlongs. Liate (Lonaden) _ . _ 113 Lawyer's Light (Neves)_ 120 Cortege (no bon . _ 113 Porter's Girl (Robertson) ,_ 115 Bulrush (Meade) _ 113 Salto (Gilbert) 113 xSong o' War (Clingman)_ 116 Court Manners (Young)_ 116 Sicyon (Wall) _ 113 FIFTH RACE—Grey Lag Handicap: purse. #16.000 added; 3-year-olds and up ward: 1V» miles. Paul Pry (no bon _100 a Attention (Meade) _ 123 The Rhymer (Schmid!) _112 Plctor (Helper) _ 118 Cramps (Wall) _ ion a Dispoee (no boy) _ 110 Staretor (no boy) _ 107 Market Wise (Zufelt) _125 Boysy (Meade) _ 113 Waller (no boy) _108 a Tola Rose (no boy)_105 Marriage (Longden) _108 Master Henry (no boy)__ 106 Welcome Paaa (Neves)_105 Our Boots (Robertson) _118 Devil's Crag (no boy)_102 Sir Marlboro (Young) _ 110 a Mrs. P. Corning, King Ranch and A. J. Sackett entry. SIXTH RACE—Furse, 82,500 added: traded handicap. Claei C; 3-mr-okU and upward; 1A miles. ' ' * Welcome Pass (Neves) lift Devil's Crag (Znfetty■ ___lift a Argonne Wood* (no boy) __ 110 a Its bo (no boy) ._114 Dusky P*>x (no boy)_*_107 City Talk (Meade) -*■.j - 1** a J. H. MUM entry. ' SEVENTH RACE—Purs*. El.ft00; elaim *ne: ii.-rear-olds snd upward: 1 miles vAt Play (Loverldge)_«i.u. 109 Notes (McCreary)-—98 xBrown Gal (no boy)_*_91 Strolling In (Meade) _,_111 Unconceivable (CUngman) _112 Misting (Huff) _.... 108 Roasnle (Longden) . _^_113 Star of Padula (no boy)_ __ 114 Livelihood (no boy) _ 108 xMark (Coult) . _. _ __109 ^Apprentice allowance claimed. Slow. v Churchill Downs FIRST RACE—Purse $800: claiming: 3-year-olds and upward: 6 furlongs. Vsnkee Notion 110 xBlsek Flame.. 115 Sky Dot .-120 Brother Jim . 120 In Range-120 Rockwick .. 120 Frinee O'Mars. 110 xPatrol Fight.. 115 xDouble Value . 115 Delta Dan . 120 Clarcarole 115 xBeiuty Blen 110 xLtttle K. Pin 105 xSir L. 115 xPalturf -100 xGreenskl _115 Brown Slave 115 Fly Me .. ... 120 Henry Greenock 110 xDarby Allen .115 8BCOND RACE—Purse. S800 claiming: maidens: 2-year-olds: 5 furlongs, xDowns Maid 105 China Pace .110 Permiso _ _ 113 Port Wiedel. _. 113 Distant Light lin Chorsie _ 11« xBurnine Sands 111 xRussell _ 111 Greenock 8on 113 Hit It.. .. __ lift Count Trsumer 118 Camp's First 113 Ebony Edge ... lift xSmslt _ ill xBy Chance .. 108 xFealty _105 Country Style 11H Treecls .110 Flint Seth_113 Aye Demand.. 110 THIRD RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming: 3-year-olds and upward: 8 furlongs. Tatu ... 110 Mister Big _ . 110 Valley Boy-119 Liberty Lad 11? Some Man_ no Justice M_ 1X4 Harkim 10 xOal Ann _ 102 Littla Red Pox. lio Flash Town... 110 FOURTH RACE—Purse, $1,000: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward; l'/i miles xRoyal Polly ... 100 Jumping Jill._ 108 Alspur ... 113 Hlldur Beau . Ill Lonely Road_ 111 xTrain Time . 108 Tedder _113 FIFTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: allow ances: 3-year-olds and upward. 8*A fur longs. Smacked _ 115 Jack Twir.k... Ill Polymelier_102 Raphael II 110 Meggy _ 102 Ltim's Pride .. 102 Enthrall_102 SIXTH RACE—Purse. $5,000 sdded: Kentucky Oaks. 3-year-olds: 1miles Valdina Melia _ 118 Queenlike lup Miss Glamour 11« Emolument .118 Pig Tails -118 Lady Romery _ JOH Tribal Ruler .118 Sis Baker .118 New Olory 118 Halcyons 118 Questlve . 118 Miss Dogwood . 118 Gold Princegs 1 i 8 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. Sl.OOO: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward: 1miles. Bonnie Andrew . 113 Pletchet 108 Chatted .115 xBrutu's _108 Burnina Stick .115 Stem-Winder 115 Batter . __115 Swain _112 EIGHTH RACE—Purse, Sl.OOO: 3-year olds: 1 miles. First Draftee 113 xPompim _108 Mft H. 108 xGlngall _107 Urawlnner ... 110 Swoosh _108 xMlUo - 105 Here Now_118 xGay Kit 100 NINTH iSubstitute! RACK—Purse. S800: claiming 3-year-olds and upward: 6 fur longs Diego Red .. 110 Hello Cap ... 120 xAndnow - 110 Talent ... 120 xBurmen _ 115 Sidetrack _120 Plplad _110 Launsgo _ 105 xFast Start . 115 xVollee n .110 Tra-La-La 115 xSinging Dick. 105 xJudr Jones no star Dance 105 Norsweep _ 117 St Croix j20 Pour Rincs . 12o Latter's Choice 106 xYoke I 105 xGay Nash .. 105 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Fast. Sportsman's Park By the Associated Press. FIR8T RACK—Purse. #900: claiming; 4-year-olds and upward: 7 furlongs. Earlsboro 110 xSly Oal _ 104 Sharpshell 110 xCornwallia ... 10ft Hlghscope . . 118 Donnaglna . _ 111 The Marker 110 xOato 10ft rRusty Gold __ 100 xHiah Talent 101 Joy Ride _. 110 Happened __ 110 xLast Rose . 108 My Dance _ lo« xMyrna _ 100 xSlmkoe _10ft SECOND RACE—Purse. #900: claiming; 0-year-olds: 7 furlongs. Ke*kee ~ 107 “7 B»nJ° _112 xJewell a Own.. 102 Karlspar _112 xBealque .. 99 Mlnrab _109 xTates Boy _ 107 xBaby Gold.... 104: xComex ..104 Swift Sue_107 f xBlaek Mark.. 102 Chiewln _107 Del Gloria 107 Magic Power 109 xSkipper’s Mate 110 xAuld L ng Syne 102 THIRD RACE—Purse. #900: claiming: 4-year-olda and up 7 furlong*. xDeep Ind ...Tift Tusco 112 xCherrlko 108 Light Tide _ 118 Roman Deeeent 113 Jay Bee De# „ 112 xHlgh Name .. 106 Big Bubble ... 112 David B.. Jr. - 110 Skagwav _110 POCRTR RACE—Puree. #900: claiming: Selections Pimlico (Good*. By th* Lol-UtII!* Times 1— DundrllUn. Jacket. Bagpipe. 2— Black Grip. Milk Chocolate. Tha Duck 3— Mightily. Supreme 8peed. Averts. 4— Blue Steel. Spare Man, Bela Mowlee. 5— Cape Cod, Abrasion. War Lock 6— Valdlna Orphan, Greentree entry. Sun Again 7— He Rolls. Alaklng, Porter’s Cap 8— Gentle Savage. Misrule. Block ader. Best bet—Cape Cod. Pimlico Consensus (Fast). By the Associsted Press. 1— Jacket. DundrllUn. Bagpipe. 2— Milk Chocolate. Black Grip, Lit tle Wizard. 3— Avesta, Radio Wave, Supreme Speed. 4— Blue 8teel. High Celerity, York River. ' 5—Warlock. Cape Cod, Abrasion. 6— Sun Again, Greentree Stable en try, Alsab. 7— Porter’s Cap, He Rolls. Alaking. 8— Gentle Savage. Bull Whip, Mis rule. Best bet—Porter's Cap. Jamaica (Slow). B» the Louisville Tlm««. 1—Zac, Dinner Party. Felaway 3—Bulrushes, Navy Blue, Light Chaser 3— Wise Hobbv, Zacharias. Supreme Ideal. 4— Lawyer's Light, Song o' War, Court Manners. 5— Market Wise, Attention. Pietor. 8—City Talk, Itabo. Welcome Pass. 7—Star of Padula, Inconceivable, Strolling In. Best bet—Market Wise. Jamaica Consensus. B* the Associated Presi. 1— Felsway, Dinner Party, Outcome. 2— Sparkling Maid. Bulrushes, Jtmar. 3— Cleo Louise, Zacharias, Phsro Tattler. 4— Salto, Song o' War, Bulrush. 5— Market Wise, Attention, Waller. «—City Talk, J. H. Miles entry, Devil’s Crag. 7—Inconceivable. Notes. 8trolling In. Best bet—City Talk. Narraganaett (Muddy). Bi th* LouUvlllc Time*. 1—War Bonnet, Sicklebill. Middle Aisle. 3—No Dough. Arthur Murray, Vain Beauty. 3— How Low, Paddy, Rissa. 4— Albatross, Catcall, Shnmpie. 5— Balmy 8pring, Boredom, Straw Hat. 6— Sweet Willow, Doublrab, Dally Delivery. 7— Curious Roman, A One, Mixer. 8— Shasta Man, Darby Dague, Daisy. 9— Pari-Emest, Cuckoo, American Money. Best bet—Curious Roman. Narraganaett Consensus (Muddy). Hi the Associated Brass. 1— Middle Aisle, Cove Spring, Sickle bill. 2— What Excuse, Arthur Murray, No Dough. 3— Bow Low, Flag Or land. Dinner Jacket. 4— Albatross, Mandate. Catcall. 5— Balmy Spring, Us, Fritx. 8—Sweet Willow, Dally ' Delivery, Watch Over. 7— Curious Roman. Mixer, Layaway. 8— Daisy. Shasta Man. Crab Apple. 9— Cuckoo. Clapalr, Quercus. Best bet—Balmy Spring. Churchill Downs (Full. By ‘he Louslvtil* Times. 1— Little King Pin, Patrol Plight, Double Value. 2— Russell, Burning Sands, Downs Mkid. 3— Gal Ann, Little Red Pox, Soma Man. 4— Lonely Road. Alspur. Tedder. 5— Smacked, Jack Twink, Ra phael II. 6— Miss Dogwood, Emolument, Questlve. 7— Chatted, Burning Star. Brutus, 8— Pompim, Swoosh, Here Now. 9— (Substitute) Past Start, Nor sweep, Sidetrack. Best bet—Chatted. Sportsman's (Fast). By the LouieriU* Time*. 1— Highscope, Happened, Don nagina. 2— Chicwin. Skipper's Mate. Jewell's Own. 3— Roman Descent, Deep End, Light Tide. 4— Black Time, Tom’s Ladd. Hop* Diamond. 5— T. M. Dorsett, Equistar, Cross bow II. 6— Three Clovers, Valdina Paul, Vinum. 7— Weisenheimer, Hi Gold, Yester year. 8— Border's Boy, Stand In, Perplex. 9 (Substitute)—Illinois Tom, Happy Winner, Braxton Belle. Best bet—Weisenheimer. ‘s Estate Worth $506,944 NEW YORK, May 8 The late Raymond Orteig, donor of the $25, 000 prize which Charles A. Lind bergh won In 1927 for his trans Atlantic flight, left a net estate of $506,944, a State tax appralsai showed today. A trust fund of $141. 985 was left to his three sons, Ray mond. jr.; Evariste, and Jean, all of New Yorlc City. -■ ..—* I 4-year-old* and upward: 1 mile*. ; xCommtxion lit) Purlin* Light _ 1)4 Gambit lift Song Master 109 xEleventh Hour lift Ocean Bound 110 Hope Diamond 107 xAmbo __; 10*' Chocolate Maid 110 xLaetoee _112 • xBlack Time 1)3 Turn's Ladd_117 xDeep Rock __ 102 7 PTPTH RACE—Purse. 91.000: handi cap: 3-year-olds and upward: a fur longs. Ballinderry 104 Cam O n 100 Valdina Groom. 117 a Golden Qpaa* 102c O. K Mullen 108 Oroasbow fi .. 112 Puture Winning 101 T M. Dorsett 115 Eouisiar ..116 a Can’t Loae_100 Try Pin 104 a Hernandea and Bonner entry. ', SIXTH RACE—Purse. *1.600: handi cap. 3-year-olds and upward: 1A miles. Vlnum .. 112 One Jgft_1051 Bobs Way ._ 108 a AllenJay_104 Three Clovers . 112 Relioua _102 a Taldina Paul 116 > a B. Hernandea entry. SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *1.000: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward: 7 furlongs. xNew Englander 100 Hi Gold 114' Welsenheimer 110 Ygiteryear . lit Three Bangs _ 113 Rolling Ball_114 xPanorascope . 1 Ot) EIGHTH RACE—Purae. *800: claiming:^ 4-year-olds and upward. 1A miles. Three 8ands 114 Sweet Story 107 Yondell E. .. 112 xlSro Ply_lot) Perplex _ 114 Valveita _114 xBtand In ... 112 xBoeky Dell ... 104 Wee Scott __ 110 xAdoreas _104 Border s Boy lift xCackle Time . 112 NINTH RACE iSubatttute)—Purse. *900: claiming: 4-year-olds and upward: 7 fur*-> longs xTetanaar* .104 Scolene _ 101 xBraxton Boll* 100 Shirley O._117 xMtetown 100 Epiltr . ... 101 xTown Laee 104 Happy Winner ifSi* Shadoon _107 xiuinoif Tom . Ill xTall Oak .. 10ft xiold Grafton. Ill" ^Apprentice allowance claimed. Past.