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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Georg- Smith is displaying his old-time form in his work-outs at Jamaica and will probably tie a -tarter in the Excelsior Handicap at Jamaica Monday. Anthony L. Astes filly Eyelid, winner of the 1-adies Handicap, is being given respectful consideration for the Coaching Club Handicap, to be nin Saturday. Eyelid is woiking in satisfactory fashion at Jamaica and is ready for a gruelling race. Fall racing dates for the Kentucky tracks will be allotted at a meeting of the State Racing Coin-mission to lie held Friday. June 14. iu the clubhouse of the Latonia race track. Notices have been sent out by Secretary S. C. Nuckols of the State Racing Commission to members of the commission announcing that Senator J. N. Camden, chairman, has called the meeting. Billy Kellys disapitoiuting showing in the running of the Sprine Trial Stakes ou Saturday is explained by the fact that just as the start was effected I,, collided with another horse and was so severely in.iur.-d on one of his flanks that he will be out of training for a short time at least, lb-was so sore aft.-r the race that trainer W. Perkins foui.il it impossible to cool him out properly, lie is somewhat better, but still sore.