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I HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES f « » HAVPE DE GPACE, Md., April 22. Ray G. Hryson reports the arrival at the DeMoss Farm of a chestnut filly foal by Sedgefield — Adonia, by Light Brigade. Walter Fenwick claimed Shorty from the first race Thursday for . .".DO. T. J. Carroll took Dancing Fool for . ~r 0, and M. Tracy threw his halter over Darco for ,2f 0. William Garth had sold Shorty to . ISurgess before the race, but delivery was not to be made until after it, so that Burgess is still without a horse. Racing secretary Joseph McLennan distributed entry blanks for the several stakes which will be run at the Ontario Jen-key Clubs spring meeting. These close on May 2. The public- stables trained by J. Booker and W. H. Denham will be shipped to Columbus next week. Trainer T. J. Donohue, in behalf of C. L. Whiting, bought the filly Fraulein from E. I".. .lcl,ean. She is a chestnut juvenile by Traprock — March Light II. It is expected that two three-year-olds from among the several Harry Payne Whitney eligibles for Saturdays Philadelphia Handicap will be sent from Brookdale Farm. William Garth sold the juvenile Shorty to O. Burgess before the- running of the opener, but the youngster ran in the Garth interest in the race. Dr. i. F. Adams has accepted the 100-pound assignment which haiielii apper Joseph McLennan made for J. Fred A. in the Philadelphia Handicap. E. K. Bryson disposed of the brood mare Adona and her foal, a bay colt by Sedge-field, to Dr. John Bail el. the latter acting for Sylvester jx Brot, who maintains a bleeding farm n-ar Annapolis, Mel., where the imported stallion Sir Grey Steel stands. Jockey P. Walls was suspended for fiv.? days for rough riding astride* True Pal A L. Austin cvaimed True Pal for J::.00 and J. W. Bean took Surswept from the second race for ,500.