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1 DETROIT TURF NOTES t and $ Charles Irby, trainer of H. H. Cross Tranquility Farm Stable, received the two-year-old Captain Cal, Mad Bud, Mr. Marvel, Miss Erin and Miss Capers from the Tranquility farm in Virginia. Charles Gross has Panair, Chilla May, Vote Boy, Big Torch, Torch Maiden and Old Papa here to carry Mrs. Clyde Van Dusens colors. With the exception of Old Papa, a son of Torchbearer, the others are the progeny of Torchilla, a stake winner under the Van Dusen colors. E. J. Reed arrived from Lexington with Dark Whisk, Marmosa, High Delight arid .Say Do. Marmosa is the property of J. G. Chinn, High Delight and Say Do will race under the J. W. Marr colors and Dark Whisk, a half-sister to Princess Zelda, will carry the young trainers silks. Judge Joseph A. Murphy received word that the shipment of the E. F. Seagram horses from Toronto has been delayed and that the stable would not arrive here until Wednesday. Johnny Zoeller arrived from San Antonio with Sir Kai and Miles Standish. The former is the property of Mrs. J. Cochrane. There are sixty-seven jockeys and apprentices registered with William Kelly, custodian of the jockeys quarters. Apprentice Frank Ritz arrived from Dallas and hopes to swing into action, this week. Jockey Frank Mauro notified judge Charles F. Henry that he would be here to accept mounts Thursday. Sam Tracey arrived from Aurora with Sad Knight and Chan. The latter is the property of J. F. Vaughn. Jockeys J. Burrill, A. Fermin and H. Manifold accepted their first mounts of the meeting Tuesday.