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f PIMLIC0 TURF NOTES f # 1 William Whitney, an amateur rider from Towson, Md., was badly hurt by a fall here Monday while schooling a green jumper. He is in the Union Memorial Hospital. Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark was a visitor of the day, though she had no starter in the Monkton Steeplechase. Frank J. Bryan, who will serve as steward of the meeting, in addition to secretary at the spring season of the Ontario Jockey Club at Woodbine Park in Toronto, Canada, received condition books for that session, which inaugurates major racing in the Dominion. William Irvine and Elmer Trueman are the latest to make application with Edward J. Brennan for stalls for the meeting to be staged at Hagerstown beginning June 1. T. J. Healey, trainer-in-chief for the C. V. Whitney stable, made a hurried trip from Red Bank, N. J., to inspect the horses of his employer that are here in charge of his son, J. A. Healey. The Wheatley Stables Blenheim arrived from Aqueduct Wednesday to meet his engagement in the Dixie Handicap Saturday. Jockey R. Leischman has severed his connection with the George D. Widener stable. Charles McLennan distributed condition books for the forthcoming meeting at Bowie. He also passed around stake blanks for Arlington Park. The steeplechase course at Pimlico will be open for schooling on Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 7 to 10 a. m. Jockey S. Coucci will depart for New York next Friday. "Sonny" Workman, accompanied by George Burke, will leave for Kentucky Friday. Workman will have the mount on Ladysman in the Derby. Jockey T. Roderick, who rode with good success during the meeting of the Havana-American Jockey Club, was an arrival to join the large riding colony already centered here. Running Heel, owned by Leslie E. Keiffer of Baltimore, was added to the small field that paraded in the Pimlico Nursery. The Keiffer youngster carried 122 pounds. Edward J. Brennan was unable to fulfill his duties owing to a nose ailment which began troubling him following the close of the entries.