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T LAT0NIA TURF NOTES t S LATONIA, Ky., June 22. A fracture of the collarbone has been added to the, multiple yet not serious injuries trainer John Walters received when knocked down by a horse on the Latonia back stretch Tuesday morning. The fracture was discovered late yesterday following Walters removal to a Covington hospital wliere he will remain until Saturday, when he will be removed to the Hendrie Farm near "Versailles, Ky. The hospital authorities reported his condition as satisfactory this morning and, barring further complications, removal Saturday will be permitted. II. P. Whitneys Whiskery today was shipped to Jamaica, where lie will be given an extended rest Trainer Fred Hopkins, his brother, W. H. Hopkins, Sam Turner and jockey H. Shillick, who accompanied the colt West, also left for New York during the afternoon. Jockey E. Taylor, affiliated with the Kenton Farm Stable, this morning was given a license to ride, and E. W. Heffner, here with the three-year-old Dolan, was granted a trainers license. Jockey S. Stret:ton resumed riding during the afternoon following a suspension of ten days. The imported six-year-old Mount Beacon, winner of the third race and a consistent and frequent triumphant performer, was claimed out of his race today by C. E. Hamilton for ,S00, the claim involving the largest amount of the Kentucky meetings. E. B. McLean, Cincinnati and Washington publisher, and a party of friends arrived from Washington in time to attend the racing today. Mr. McLean and his party made the western trip in the McLean private car. J. C. Ellis, owner of Dade Park and who maintains a large stable trained by L. V. Bellew, arrived from his home at Owens-bbro, Ky., this morning.