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w r AURORA TURF NOTES t # __3 AURORA, 111.. May 7. J. A. Parsons shipped a division of his stable, numbering four head, from Exposition Park to Northampton Park, Akron, Ohio, for racing, which began there today. M. Saunders turned in his badges and made his departure for Tulsa, Okla., and shipped his stable, consisting of Miss Lane, Pop Ryan, Mont Sanders and Sam Landers, to race at the Western Thoroughbred Associations meeting, commencing May 12. State Senator T. Curran was among the spectators to view the proceedings, this afternoon, from one of the boxes in the grandstand. F. S. Pages Famine was scratched from the running of the second race today on permission of the stewards. In compiling the entries over night for todays races, Salmon was sent out in error. Jockey F. Whi taker was an arrival from Baltimore and was granted a license at Exposition Park and will be riding Monday. Owner E. Haughton, who is racing a stable of horses here, purchased the contract of jockey Whitaker from the former holder, V. J. Potter. A. M. Jacobus, who shipped his stable from New Orleans to Washington Park, vanned Ticker and Marvel Dolores over from the Homewood track and the pair were stabled at the local course. Jockey R. Moser left for St. Louis, where he was summoned to his nome, owing to the illness of his father.