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m a 2 ?y at at e" s JJJ* the e *y* was as for or . the JJ fd *T~ club • 1 ip- ng ler ov- no no rse * ■ — ■ — J - LATONIA TURF NOTES i 4 • j LATONIA, Ky., June 11. Pete Sheffell is expected from Lexington in i with six horses he has in training at the le Kentucky Association course. According to word received here, a divi-:s i- sion of the pretentious stable Clyde Van .n Dusen is training will arrive at Latonia ia Monday following the running of the Amer-Dn r- ican Derby. Sweep All will be among those se in the shipment and will receive his final preparation for the Latonia Derby here. C. Gregory arrived from Bainbridge and id arranged quarters for All Hail, On the Air ir and two others. Resident manager Russell Sweeney an- n- nounced that there is a great demand for or reserved seats for Latonia Derby Day and id advised everyone to file their reservations as early. Charles Bacharach, former resident of of Cincinnati and who now makes his home in New Orleans, notified trainer Johnny ny Daniels that he would be here several days before the opening of the meeting and ex-1 x- pected to remain for a greater part of it. W. H. Buckner, who has four horses here re for Yanke and Mattingly, stated he expected ed Mr. Yanke here from Chicago for an inspection in- of the horses, Jockey Tommy Murray, who aided in in breezing the J. B. Respess horses this morn-ley n- ing, expects to return to Washington Park rk for Saturdays racing. The Latonia management granted the lo- lo- cal order of Eagles permission to hold an an outing at the track Saturday, and although gh there will be no thoroughbred racing, sev- iv- eral of the owners have agreed to furnish ish ponies for a race.