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NEWMARKET SURPRISE

(Rec. noon.) LONDON, May 25. The largest crowd of the season at Newmarket saw Kingsway score a surprise win in the Two Thousand Guineas, with Pink Flower second, and Wayin third. Heads separated the placed horses. The time was 1.37: Nasrullah, the most-discussed classic favourite for many. years, finished' fourth. _,_»_______ Pleading not guilty in the Magis-; trate's Court today to a charge of', committing an unnatural offence, Rus-" sell Aloysius Cook, aged 32, an Army* staff sergeant, - was committed by Mr. * J. L. Stout* S.M., to the Supreme Court for' trial. ' Mr." E. W. Ongley appeared , jtor'him, ' ? " *. • -

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NEWMARKET SURPRISE, Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 123, 26 May 1943

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NEWMARKET SURPRISE Evening Post, Volume CXXXV, Issue 123, 26 May 1943

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