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j ! i , JULY EACTNG AT WINDSOR DETROIT, Mich.. July 4. With the start at Devonshire Park Saturday the racing sea-sou at Windsor continues with only a rew days intermission the entire month of July. On July 13 the Frontier Handicap will be decided at the Windsor Jockey Club and the turf sport at that track continues until the twentieth. Two days later, July 22, the first meeting at Ken il worth Park will start, continuing to the thirtieth. Horses at the Windsor Jockey Club track will begin to arrive next Saturday and it is safe to presume that before nightfall on the succeeding Monday every stall of the SCO and odd will be occupied by the thoroughbreds that will take part in the two summer meetings at that track. Every slall has been disinfected and put in tho best possible condition for the many high-priced horses that are coming to make their homo at the Windsor Jockey Club for the greater part of July and August President George M. Hendrie and secretary Walter O. Parmer are sticklers for having the healthiest of quarters for the thoroughbreds that race over their track. Each year, consequently, it is their custom to hare the stables fumigated and rewhitewashed for the benefit of every owner that races hi3 or her horses at the track. One of the first of the notable stables to arrive avUI be that of Willis Sharpe Kilmer of Binghamton, N. Y., trainer Wayland having requested that stalls for Exterminator, Sallys Alley and others in the Kilmer string be ready for occupancy next Saturday. Exterminator will be shipped from Latonia, Avhere iie is scheduled to start in the Independence Handicap with 110 pounds on his back. It will be interesting to note the weight he will be asked to carry in the Frontier at Windsor on the opening day. But then at Latonia he will not be clashing with horses of the caliber of Mad Hatter, Best Pal and Grey Lag, as he will in the Frontier.