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w I JAMAICA TURF NOTES | « — a Willie Harvey, who was seriously injured in a fall at Jamaica in 1931, will resume riding in the next few days. Harvey is down to 115 pounds and has been galloping horses for the past few weeks at Belmont Park following his arrival from New Orleans. An improvement that met with popular approval was the opening of the gate leading from the lawn to the clubhouse enclosure. Joe McLennan will leave for Baltimore to interview E. R. Bradley in reference to naming Brokers Tip for the Wood Memorial. Dynastic, which was a victim of the coughing epidemic, will be ready for Belmont Park racing, according to trainer Brennan who has the Greentree three-year-old in his charge. Horsemen are notified to ship horses for the Mount Royal meeting, which opens May 20, to St. Laurent, Quebec, via the Canadian National Railways. Officials of the meeting, which opens the Quebec racing season, wish to correct the earlier report that the meeting will open May 24. Its dates are from May 20 to May 27, inclusive. Maurice McDonald made his first appearance of the season. He is convalescing from a recent automobile accident.