Sport: Who Won, Jul. 21, 1941

> Sun Again, a two-year-old colt from the stable of Warren Wright, owner of Whirlaway: the rich Arlington Futurity, first of the season's classic races for juveniles; defeating two of his stablemates, Some Chance and Wishbone, by two and six lengths respectively; before a crowd of 30,000; at Chicago's Arlington Park. Of the $48,750 purse, Owner Wright pocketed $47,250—a rare clean sweep, in a major U.S. stake race, of first, second and third-place money. Fourth ($1,500) went to Hal Price Headley's Anticlimax.

> Handsome Vic Ghezzi, 29, of Deal, N.J., who had never won...

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