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NO MORE STALL ROOM AT WINDSOR DETROIT, Mich., June 30. Secretary Walter O. Parmer notified horsemen today that no more stalls at the Windsor Jockey Club plant are available for the first summer meeting, starting July 12. All of the nominators to the stake events and others -promised stabling space the last few weeks will be accommodated, but now all the room has been exhausted. There are a few stalls left at the Kenilworth track which may be obtained by horsemen who desire to enter in the Windsor racing, but only a limited number of these have not been reserved. "We have 1,100 stalU at the Windsor Jockey Club plant, iiossibly as large a stabling capacity as may be found at any race track in the country, but they are all spoken for," declares Secretary Parmer. "In all my years as secretary of the track across the river, our stabling limit has not been disposed of this early in advance of a meeting, and we added nearly 150 stalls since last year. "I would like to advise those who have made reservations and have been promised stabling worn that there will be no necessity of owners shipping to Windsor before late next week in order to be accommodated. All owners booked by us will be looked after, even if any of these horsemen arrive at the track on the opening date, of the races." Witli all the stalls at the Jockey Club occupied, as well as those at Kenilworth, there will be 1,550 racing tools with which to do business nextmonth, the largest number in the history of eltlr oval.