Rockingham Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-05-31


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1 ROCKINGHAM PARK NOTES I $ and Horsemen and race fans were stunned when word was received by Mortimer Ma-honey of the death of Thomas K. Lynch at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore. The late Mr. Lynch or "Tom" as he was so affectionately known by his intimate friends, was the dean of race track reporters, and his loss will be widely mourned by thousands of friends. Albert Johnson, colored groom, has been denied all privileges of Rockingham Park for misconduct and fighting. He worked for T. Flippen. Jockey J. Longderi will leave for Chicago shortly, and it is said that little George Watson will leave for Canada on Saturday. Harvey Elston, the veteran jockey, arrived and will start riding Friday. Jockey Lou Schaefer was also an arrival.

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