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■ j j d o of s t a y e p I o of g 2 E I s b n RUDOLPH SPRECKELS STABLE California Owner to Race Eight of His Horses at Coming Arlington Park Meeting. Fred Kraft has wired Roy Carrutheis, general manager of the Arlington Park Jockey Club, that he will want eight stalls for Arlington racing for the stable of Rudolph Spreckels of California. Judge Schilling and Tuskegee, sprinters high ability, the former a California-bred son of Hand Grenade and Runnura, the latter a Kentucky-bred son of Black Toney and Humanity, which sold for 0,000 as a yearling, are Spreckels most useful performers. Judge Schilling and Tuskegee are prospective starters in the Arlington Inaugural Handicap, which, as the salutatory feature a meeting that will run thirty days, should gross about 1,000 at Arlington Park June 29. The distance will be seven furlongs. Other members of the string are Cane Heart, Memories Dear, Prize Heart, Winning Heart, Sageboys and Soother. Kraft has some two-year-olds, colts and fillies Spreckels bought last summer as yearlings, but he is not hurrying them.