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| AURORA TURF NOTES . J t ♦ E. J. OConnell, C. Ray and R. J. Farris, who are racing at Sportsmans Park, have ordered a car for Thursday and will depart for Bainbridge that day. The consignment will embrace fifteen head. F. M. Schwartz is a belated arrival. He checked in with Olive Anna and Curry Boy. Jockey Donald E. Froggatte, a son of the veteran rider, D. Froggatte, had his first mount of the meeting when he drew the assignment on Goodyear in the fifth race Tuesday. Frankie Otis, who officiates on several of the Chicago tracks and at New Orleans, is an arrival from the latter city and is assisting in the preliminary work for Washington Park. Otis viewed Wednesdays racing at Exposition Park. Aerial Trumpet, Paul T. and Jeanne Wachs, the property of F. J. Rector, were loaded for Toronto, Canada, Wednesday morning. Jockey McCoy, who rides for Rector, plans to leave Wednesday night by motor. Courtley Forsythe, who has had a successful meeting doing the engaging of ap-•prentice Charles McTague, will leave Saturday for Bainbridge, where he will look after the booking of McTagues mounts. B. Hernandez added another performer to his string when he acquired the two-year-old Thrifts Last, which will race in the interest of L. M. Severson. The juvenile is well bred and is by Volta— Thrifty. Hernandez plans to ship to Bainbridge at the conclusion of this meeting. A. Anderson was suspended for ten days for his unsatisfactory ride on Falsehood Monday, May 15. C. Sanchez was suspended indefinitely for his unsatisfactory ride on Bid Lea Monday, May 15.