Sport: Trainer

At Belmont Park, where her father has been famed for 25 years as a trainer of racehorses for people like Bernard Mannes Baruch, Herbert Bayard Swope and Mrs. Graham Fair Vanderbilt. Mary Hirsch as a small girl made a habit of keeping trainers' hours. She got up at dawn to watch the workouts, helped her father's stablemen feed the horses, grew to know as much about such matters as Max Hirsch himself. In 1931, when she finished school.

Mary Hirsch went to work as her father's assistant. Two years ago, she used her...

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