GRIME: Jockey

Giving himself up at Louisville last week, where last May he had ridden Omaha to victory in the Kentucky Derby, Jockey Willie ("Smoky") Saunders was indicted by a grand jury for being accessory to murder. Chief witness for the

State was a Mrs. Agatha Mackison, who said that the previous Saturday night she, Saunders, an exercise boy named Schaeffer and one Evelyn Sliwinski, fun-loving, 24-year-old wife of a tailor, had made a round of roadhouses. Afterwards, according to Mrs. Mackison, Mrs. Sliwinski had been ordered out of Saunders' car, knocked down and deliberately...

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