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I T ARLINGTON PARK NOTES | t $ Larranaga, winner of the 0,000 Cuban Grand National Handicap at Havana during the winter, will make an invasion of the West for the first time this summer when he and a dozen other members of Allan Ryans Anall Stable are brought to Arlington Park by trainer E. J. Bennett. The four-year-old son of Apprehension and Garden of Allah II. is expected by Arlington officials to be a candidate for the Stars and Stripes and Arlington Handicaps, 0,000 events which close for nominations on June 3. He was a star performer last season, especially during the fall meeting at Belmont Park, where he won the Fall High-weight, Manhattan and Jerome Handicaps. That the Llangollen Stable of Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney again intends to play an important part in Arlington Park racing this summer was indicated recently when its nominations were received for the Classic, Arlington, Stars and Stripes and Arlington Inaugural Handicaps and Hyde Park Stakes. The prominent eastern racing establishment made a total of thirteen nominations to the five events. Llangollens representative in Jie Classic is Poppyman, which first came into prominence at Arlington last summer, later winning the Troy Claiming Stakes at Saratoga and running third in the Eastern Shore Handicap at Havre de Grace. Stepenfetchit, second to Gusto in the 1932 Classic and recent winner of the Dixie Handicap, is a nominee for the Arlington and Stars and Stripes Handicaps. .