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AWAITING ROSES ARRIVAL. Los Angeles, Cal., August 81. "Racing will begin at Arcadia on Thanksgiving Day and the meeting will be sanctioned by the Pacific Jockey Club," said 11. A. Unruh, the business representative of E. J. Baldwin, who is hustling the track building on the Baldwin land. "We have been advised that George Rose, the principal owner of Ascot Park, lias arrived in New York from Europe and he is expected here next week. After he has a conference with Mr. Baldwin and others a definite announcement of plans will be made. The track will be completed In about thirty days and it will take about thirty days more to got up the grandstand. The erection of the stables will be begun as soou as the grading is finished and the building will lie continued until ample quarters for horses are provided."