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BUSY MORNING AT OAKLAWN TRACK. Horses From Memphis Go Into Quarters for the Meeting — Hot Springs Gossip. Hot Springs, Ark.. January 29.— The Memphis delegation with about loO horses, spent the morning getting into quarters at Oaklawn. The band eoui-1 ii-. d Ihe strings of Chinn and Forsytlie. J. W. May, Fred I.uz.ider. L. A. Vila, Henry McD.mioI. R. L. Thomas, c. Iangritz. II. K. Baker, W. M. Wallace, J. C. Milam, and J. S. Hawkins. Fled Forsytlie left Montgomery at Memphis to be prepared for the Crescent City Hcrby. Forsythe feels sure thi* colt will win the big raee at the Fair .rounds. Joe Hawkins brought Wing Ting and Hyperion II. Both are in tit racing condition and are reported to have shown sensational trials at Montgomery Park. I. T. Chinn. who will campaign 1releusion and the Futurity winner Savable. will arrive here from Memphis tomorrow. 1. Austin will do most of the saddle work for T. I. Hayes, while J. 0. Milam will have second call. Aubuchon, who leaves New Orleans next Saturday, will ride as a free lance. Others who will l e seen frequently in the saddle here are Schilling. Ilelgesen. J. J. Walsh, Perrett, J. Lee. J. Foley, and Cherry. The latter will do most of the riding for Henry MeHauiel. who is training the string owned by Louis Cella. Kole PearaoU, I.e.. Mayer. "Filly" Coleman, Fred Esbner and John Woolf are among the bookmakers now here. John Condon will arrive here Thursday and L. A. Cella has also signified his intent iou of attending the opening.