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j . j id j j ie for * s a- Jj the e "J . | ! i i1 I j I -4 r_ j ly the ie ! the ie It It t ip bt /e id it it at at ;e, id | j ARLINGTON PARK ACTIVITY Horses Reach Big Northwest Side p Course From Homewood and Deal troit — Monday Opening Day. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, 111., June 26.— With the opening of the Arlington Park ■k meeting just five days away, activity here re is increasing rapidly, especially with the ie arrival of numerous horses from Washington Park and Detroit, and with stables being ig put in order for the coming of other ship-■ p- ments tomorrow. The largest band to reach the local course ,e today was that owned by Mrs. John Hertz. _ Eleven of her horses, headed by the Reigh rn Count colt. Count Arthur, which finished a close second in the American Derby last st Saturday, were brought from Washington n Park by trainer Frank Hackett. Also arriving from the Homewood course ge were nine horses, the property of Mrs. Roy V Carruthers and Charles C. Van Meter, and lj in charge of the latter. Two horses belong-Id S- ing to H. C. Russell came from Detroit by * van. Racing secretary Charles J. McLennan to-is o- day was advised by P. A. Markey, Detroit it sportsman, who, with Charles Bohn, owns is the Bomar Stable, that a dozen of their ir horses would be shipped from the Motor ar City course Sunday in charge of trainer R. R. E. Potts. Most prominent in the lot is is Grand Slam, winner of the Prairie State te Stakes at Washington Park and the Pim-ts lico Nursery Stakes, and a candidate for ar the 0,000 Hyde Park Stakes, featuring the ie first Saturdays program of the Arlington n meeting.