Latest Turf Gossip from New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-07


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LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, La., Dec. G. Jockey George Fields arrived Saturday form. Baltimore. Jockey E. Ambrose was an arrival from Miami, Fla. M. F. Williams has arrived at the Fair Grounds with the norces Eva Song, Phillip! Lugo, Mary Doe and Billy Doe. B. A. Jones, well known Missouri breeder and owner, who has been on a business trip to Tijuana, returned to New Orleans Saturday morning. Jack Phillips, who is training the stable of Phil Chinn at the Fair Grounds, has been advised by that owner that he has arranged to ship Elvina and Lady Belle to Phillips the latter part of next week. According to advices received at Jefferson Park Saturday, jockey L. Morris, who formerly rode on the local tracks, is in a serious 1 condition with an attack of pneumonia in a Washington, D. C, hospital. "Scotty" Rawlins, employed by J. A. Co-burn " at Jefferson Park, was arrested and charged with the murder of "Cajan" Roy, a L negro stable hand in the employ of Milo Shields. After the shooting of Roy, who died instantly, Rawlins surrendered himself and bond was made.

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