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1 OMAHA TURF NOTES tl 5 Jockey J. Scurlock joined the benedicts before coming here from Kansas City, Mo. He was married to Miss Kathleen Brown, of Kansas City. Track superintendent James Ronin was presented with the latest type of harrow by the manufacturers of the implement. It is a steel brush harrow and was perfected for use mostly on trotting tracks and show rings. However, there are times when it can be used on running tracks, according to Mr. Ronin. Bidet, a scheduled starter in the fifth race Tuesday, ran away three miles while being "blown out" and had to be excused from starting. W. O. Meyer, of Sidney, Neb., brought in one horse, namely Miss Orleans. Bob Ware, trainer for the Six Bar Stable, returned from a fishing expedition of several days in Nebraska and Iowa waters. Bank Shot, Mysterious Nell, Alkali Post and Crystal L. arrived from Riverside Park, and were registered in the name of Mrs. J« Lessert. M. H. Morrison telegraphed a request to owners to ship to Agua Caliente at the conclusion of the Ak-Sar-Ben meeting. The majority of horsemen here contemplate heading for Seattle, Wash., after the close here.