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The en" !X- a a | Cold ld i il- I Ie- I and nd nt vn of of j it ; w- ! | ng I and nd give ; he nt he er- has as both th ly lb- -♦ ] 1 I • srs pp for or en 1 1 f | AQUEDUCT TURF NOTES ! # ® W. Zakoor added another horse to his s stable when he purchased at private terms s the two-year-old High Bid from R. L. Gerry. j. Jack Dempsey was a belated, arrival and d witnessed the last four races from the club-!se - house. David Ogilvie suffered a broken left leg g this morning while working one of Thomas s W. Murphys thoroughbreds over the Bel-it 1- mont Park track. Ogilvie, while passing the e half mile pole, was carried into the fence e by his mount. He was removed to Mary Im-»k- i- maculate Hospital, Jamaica, The C. H. Knebelkamp handicap star, r, King Saxon, which was injured in the run-ve l- ning of the Brooklyn Handicap last Satur-he r- | day, is responding to treatment rapidly. The e j four-year-old was able to take walking ex-I C- ercises Thursday morning about his quar-he r- ters at Aqueduct track. i Funeral services for William "Trapper" " Hayes will be held Friday morning at 9 9 oclock at St. Gabriel Church, 36th Street, t, between First and Second Avenues, New w York City. Interment will be in Chicago. Funeral services for Arthur "Deafie" Dudley will be held on Friday afternoon from 176-25 130th Ave., Jamaica, and interment it will be in a local cemetery. Jockey R. Workman, after a two day lay-up r- due to an injured hand, signalized his is • return to the saddle by piloting the first j winner. Trainer J. H. Stotler will keep Discovery y at Detroit until he studies the different it weight assignments at Chicago, Narragan- sett and Empire City td which his charge is s 1 eligible.