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FIRST OF THE CLASSIC ENTRIES [William Woodward Names Three for Arlington Parks Valuable Three-Year-Old Fixture. William Woodward, chairman of The Jockey Club, whose Beiair Studs Gallant Fox won the 1930 running of the Arlington Classic, today became the first owner to make nominations to the 1933 renewal of the rich mile and a quarter special. His entries of Dark Amber, Jovius and Dom-inus were just received by the Arlington Park Jockey Club. Dark Amber and Dominus were good winners in the Beiair silks last season, the former colt having scored in his last two starts. Jovius started only four times as a juvenile and is a full brother to Mrs. John Hertz Risque, which is well known to Arlington patrons by virtue of her triumphs In the Lassie Stakes and Arlington Matron Handicap. Th« eastern sportsman, whose horses are trained by the veteran, James Fitzsimmons, made another attempt for the Classic last July when he sent Faireno here from Aqueduct. The Chatterton colt previously had won the Belmont and Dwyer Stakes and later scored in the Hawthorne Handicap and Lawrence Realization Stakes to be generally accorded the three-year-old championship.