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f BELMONT PARK NOTES I s s Clarence Buxton has returned from Winchester, Va., where he closed negotiations with B. B. Jones, owner of Audley farm, for the lease on six two-year-olds, which will be shipped to him at Aqueduct within a few days. Buxton reports the Audley owner to be enjoying the best of health. Word was received from San Francisco that Mrs. Walter Coburn died suddenly at her home there. The body will be transferred to Youngstown, Ohio, for interment. She was a niece of Roy Waldron. Track superintendent Boyle installed a new series of lights in the club house enclosure, a decided improvement over the old system. Frank Bain arrived from Aurora where he attended that meeting. Trainer James Fitzsimmons stated Monday that Granville, owned by the Belair stud, would start in the Suburban Handicap the week-end fixture. Frank Kearns arrived at Aqueduct from Narragansett Park with the division of the Calumet stable and other horses that he trains. He will stay here for the remainder of the summer. Apprentice I. Anderson, who headed the junior riders at Narragansett, arrived from that point and will accept mounts here. Trainer James Healy stated he will ship J. H. Whitneys Gleeman to Rockingham Park to fulfill an engagement there on Wednesday. He will be ridden by jockey J. Gilbert.