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t WOODBINE TURF NOTES ! 4 . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "Seaman" Watson and Charley Harvey, Watsons manager were guests today of the Ontario Jockey Club. I Watson, who is British featherweight cham-jpion, is to fight Bobby Lawrence, Canadian titleholder, tonight. The juvenile Loggia bucked in the running of the Victoria Stakes on Thursday. The F. Seremba owned filly will be on the shelf for a spell. Hugh S. Wilson, well known sportsman and brother of W. G. Wilson, trainer, suffered a broken leg in a fall with a jumper at Oakville Friday morning. Frank Higgins has severed his connections as trainer of the H. Deimler string. Apprentice G. Moorhouse accepted his first mount of the meeting astride Phil R. in the second race. The Thorncliffe Park races will be broad- -cast daily over station CFCA. Foster Dry-den will be at the mike. Sport and Miss Johnston, two juveniles in the Willie Russell string, are laid up with, bucked shins.