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1 0 j 3 I I 8 2 7 3 I ; 0 7 J i I " J I | I ■ 3 o I n j e 0 j J ■ 1 jj iq , 2 | jc 115 " 1 _ - j t~WASHINGT0N PARK NOTES | JD « Jockey Don Meade, who will pilot one of E. R. Bradleys fillies in the American Derby Saturday, arrived from New York and re-5 ported to trainer William Hurley. Meade may remain with the western division of his employers stable for the final week of the Washington Park meeting and all of the Arlington Park season. If so, his engagements will be made by Roy Slomer. E. R. Bradley arrived from New York Friday and was host to a large group of his Chicago friends in the clubhouse during the afternoon. He expressed satisfaction of the report of the condition of his two Ameri-5 can Derby candidates as conveyed to him by trainer William Hurley. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, owner of Cold Shoulder, one of the eastern threats for American Derby honors, will witness the running of that race. In the absence of P. M. Burch, who is ill, Art Goldblatt is looking after the W. M. Jeffords horses here. B. J. Durnell returned Friday from Omaha, where he disposed of the horse Darkest Hour. He will remain here for an indefinite period. Returning Friday from Detroit, jockey George Woolf, who will pilot Roman Soldier in the American Derby Saturday, accepted the mounts on Trumps, a starter in Fridays fourth event. Apprentice H. Lindberg, who has been here for a week on vacation, will leave Saturday for Toronto, where he reports to the E. F. Seagram stable. E. J. Ponsonby, whose contract is held by H. Lederer, had his first mount when he handled Miss Blanche in the third race Fri- 55,day- Howard Wells received the two-year-olds Petalar, Kaimask and Corvus Lady, the property of H. Oots, from Latonia. The stable of C. M. Muller, vice-president of Pan America and in charge of C. Ferreti, has arrived at Lincoln Fields. It consists of Golden Rock II., Guapito, Lotus Bud and Jirasol II. Jockey E. Rodriguez is with the stable.