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, , ! I BOWIE TURF NOTES $ i Golly, Too Late and Fluffy Lee are the latest additions to the schooling list. Adolphe Pons good three-year-old filly, . Swivel, is rounding to form at Pimlico. Trainer Jack Pryce plans to ship her to Chicago within the next week. Capt. P. M. Walker, Virginia turfman, will ship the horses he has at Pimlico to Belmont Park. N Guy Milton is handling Royal Seer, one that "Slim" Winfrey acquired at private terms from P. M. Walker. Dr. J. Fred Adams, of Catonsville, plans to ship six of his horses to Washington Park. Edward J. Brennan, of Baltimore, who will act as racing secretary during the approaching meeting at Hagerstown, announced that the Waite starting gate will be used. Post time at Hagerstown has been set for 2 p.m. Seven races will be run daily. Eddie Watters, Dan Lyons and Eddie De Camillas, who recently arrived from New York, have signified their intention of riding at Hagerstown, which session opens next week. Other boys slated to ride in the Hub City are: Glen Haines, H. Cruz, "Skeets" Holland, Johnny Pierce, Joe OMalley, Noble Godfrey, Tommy Fowler, V. Wisner, Nick Tromberio, F. Sargent, Joe McCabe and E. Yowell. Andrew J. Coffman, president of the Hag-erstown Fair Association, sends word that hotels and rooming houses in Hagerstown have received hundreds of requests from Marylanders who intend to take in the weeks racing. Friday is ladies day at this track. All , the members of the fair sex will be admitted upon payment of the 15 cents government tax. Supt. Dick Pending had a big force of men working on the racing strip all day and hopes to have it good for tomorrows racing. Howard W. Jackson, mayor of Baltimore, who was guest of honor Thursday, brought a big party out from the monumental city. W. H. Denham will ship Bubola and others in his care to Mount Royal at the conclusion of spring racing in this state. Curtain Call, owned by Major Drennan of Baltimore, has won two consecutive steeplechase races in Canada since leaving Pimlico Cecil Knight, agent for jockey Earl Pool, states they will motor to Rockingham Park, N. H., next week. Johnny Gilbert, leading winning rider in Maryland this spring, may return from his home- in Pittsburgh, Kan., to handle the Fox-catcher Farms White Clover II. in the ,000 Decoration Day Handicap. Racing secretary Joseph McLennan is working overtime to attract a smart field for the closing feature of the Southern Maryland Agricultural Associations spring session. He hopes to attract a field of ten good route runners. Pete Claussen, whose mare, Port Harlem, foaled a colt by Sir Greysteel, has bred her back to Sylvester W. Labrots High Time. The colt foal has been named Port o Steel and will remain at Labrots farm until next spring. Richard Pending discovered several cuts on his good campaigner Ned O., which were suffered during the fifth race on Wednesday. While the cuts are not serious, the racer will be given every opportunity, to recover. Joseph McLennan has the condition book for the Arlington Park meeting, practically eighty per cent completed. The book will be placed in the hands of horsemen as soon as it has been revised and printed.