Old Man Curry

by Charles E. Van Loan

Good short stories of the various horses of Old Man Curry who finds in the proverbs of Solomon a warrant for a kindly philosophy as well as his shrewdness on the race track in "spiling the Egyptians," which he does to a finish. Holds interest both because of the well depicted action of the race track, and the astute quaintness of the principal character.

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excellent
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