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a — S d« f WASHINGTON PARK NOTES | J ® — • ti HOMEWOOD, 111., June 11. James C. Ellis, owner of Dade Park, was ! D an arrival from Owensboro, Ky., and will ** extend his visit to include Saturdays racing. His stable, trained by Olin Johnson, is racing here. Lloyd Gentry wired that he intends to . ship the American Derby candidate Boys " Howdy and several other of the H. C. Hatch [ ■ horses from Long Branch, Toronto, Friday. » Boys Howdy accounted for his last race and, £ J n he barring mishap, should enter the American Derby in superb condition. He finished I fifth in the Kentucky Derby. Terry OMalley, agent for the Audley T r for Louisville » « to Farm Stable, leaves Friday I from where he will ship twelve of the Aud- v The main divi- . a a ley Farm horses to Latonia. sion of the stable headed by Gallant Knight t » and Knights Call goes from Washington i J Park to the Covington track. l Apprentice Don Meade leaves tonight for r n Cleveland and will be seen in the saddle dur- . ■ ing the remainder of the Bainbridge Park c meeting. Miss Blanche Watson, who holds s * a contract on the youngster, has a division » of her stable at that Ohio course. J Knights Call is among the latest to loom a ■ as a dangerous factor in the American i Derby. Trainer Kay Spence, in speaking of f r the colts preparedness, said Knights Calls s e prospects for running a smashing race were e never better. Knights Call, since his re- »- i cent race, has shown marked improvement, i and the public will see a much better colt it t under colors in the American Derby than in n i previous performances. Jockey James Smith resumes riding to- - J morrow after a suspension for rough riding, r. t Dan McAuliffe was licensed and made his s • first appearance in colors here when he e i rode Chum this afternoon. The Pasadena Stable, in charge of trainer i- Lee, pulled out this morning for Aqueduct it and may remain in New York for the re- I mainder of the year. D. E. Stewart sent H. M. Woolfs two- I year-old, Boss dOr, to the Woolf farm near ir Kansas City, where he will be turned out. John F, Schorr, who trained and developed 1- a number of brilliant racers from n among the horses bred at E. B. McLeans Plantation Farms, plans to attend the sale le of the McLean breeding stock at that farm m next Monday. The horses of Mrs. J. N. Crofton, as well a 2 as those of Raoul Walsh, will be shipped to Agua Caliente in the near future. They ?y Will take part in the summer meeting at at the lower California track. The good three-year-old e" Up heads the Crofton string. The handicap horse, Alexander Pantages, s which has been on the shelf for a few weeks, will be put into active training again soon. JJJ* Trainer Finnegan hopes to get him to the e post during the latter part of the Arlington Park meeting. The three-year-old gelding Bachelors Toy, *y* belonging to the Jackson Park stable, was as ordered scratched from the third race for or Jack of identification. . Stuyvesant Peabody, vice-president of the JJ Washington Park Jockey Club, entertained fd 800 members of the Chicago Retail Coal Merchants *T~ Association at luncheon in the club house prior to this afternoons racing.