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Re: Dark Horse

On Fri, 31 Jan 1997, Gerry Snyder wrote:

> Walter A. Moores wrote:
> > 
> >         I was talking over the week-end with a somewhat prominent
> > hybridizer of TB's who said that neither THORNBIRD nor CONJURATION would
> > win the Dykes this year.  Rather, the winner would be a 'dark horse'
> > bearded which he would not name.
> > 
> And many continued the thread....
> I can't believe that on one has listed the obvious.
> To stick my neck out (since merely predicting the winner 
> is child's play) I say that Supreme Sultan will win with 
> three times as many votes as any other iris.
> Something from Schreiners a dark horse??????
> Gerry in balmy Los Angeles, where iris-l's own Rick Tasco will be
> speaking on 15 Feb.
	Hmm, the oversized SUPREME SULTAN lies on its back in the bed
by the side of VICTORIA FALLS down!  

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS

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