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NOTES OF THE TURF. II. Simpson, steeplechase jockey, has been restored to good standing by the Canadian Racing Associations. John Sanford, who has been lu Europe since last June. Ift London this week for home on .the White Star liner Oynipic, accompanied by his family. He made extensive purchases of horses abroad. The Hamilton Spectator says that A. R. Loudon disposed of his holdings in the Hamilton Jockey Club to John F. Shea, one of the new directors, and that Gordon Henderson is named by rumor as his probable successor. Willie Dugan and Eddie Dugan, prominent jockeys in the old racing days, have returned to America from a successful . campaign In Russia. Botli won many races while abroad and In several stake events Willie beat Eddie: in nose finishes. The brothers will go back next year and with them will go Clinton Dugan, another brother, who, some racing men think, is the Tiest rider of the three. Clint Dugan is at present, on the Pacific coast. He has not ridden in a race In eight years, but can make 118 pounds and Is airxious to don colors again.