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f HAWTHORNE TURF NOTES T s Frank Miller, custodian of the jockeys quarters, reported that more than fifty apprentices and jockeys, have registered here. Jack Hanover has taken up the horses he had turned out during the winter for J. H. Manheimer and the lot includes Trek, Hour Girl, Bamboo, Jascha, Bonnie Princess and Gov. Laffoon. According to the figures on record in the racing secretarys office 160 trainers have applied for licenses with the Illinois Racing Commission for the Hawthorne meeting to date. T. C. Worden, owner of the pretentious string of thoroughbreds that B. A. Jones has quartered at the Cicero course, was an arrival Saturday morning from Belmont Park. He plans to remain here for an indefinite period. Word was received from jockey Willie Moran that he remained in Latonia to ride in the Latonia Derby, but will report to trainer E. L. Snyder- of the Tranquillity Farm at Hawthorne Monday. B. M. Rosenheim, owner and trainer of the Rosehome Stable racers, added the two-year-old colt Perlawood to his stable. He brought the youngster up from his farm near Taylorville, 111. E. H. McMahon, trainer for the Evergreen Farm Stable, reported that he has divided his stable, sending Harmonical, Chief Bunting, Geo. B. Cross, Magir Land, Mylady-love, Magic Mona and Lady Bryan to Riverside Park in charge of trainer H. E. Smith. McMahon kept Sad Sue and Wagwood at Hawthorne. Apprentice F. Ward accompanied the shipment to Kansas City. Teernahilla, Judge Lewe, Bar Play and Grandmas Girl, the property of E. McGrath, were brought up from the latters farm at Brookfield, 111., by C. C. Miller, who also added Mrs. Val Cranes Camise, Choose and Campo to his string. Frank Hawley was a visitor at the Hawthorne course Saturday and stated that he contemplated departing for Cleveland, Ohio, early next week. Willie Doyle, who was recently appointed as one of the patrol judges at Hawthorne, was an arrival from Marlboro, Md.