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pHAWTHORNE TURF NOTES . C. M. Feltner arrived with seven thoroughbreds that he is training for various owners from Charles Town, W., Va., and found stabling room at the Aurora track. The horses he brought in are Buck Langhorne, Oyster Bay, Crushed Ice, Teddys Squaw, Teddys Star and Morun, the latter trio being two-year-olds. Jockey Willie Moran reported to trainer E. L. Snyder of the Tranquillity Farm Stable and will do most of the riding for that establishment during the Hawthorne meeting. E. J. Rollins arrived from Bay Meadows with the four horses he is handling for Mrs. P. P. Rollins and found stabling room outside the Hawthorne course. The horses he has under his care are Squeeze Out, Roost, Happy Hunter and Dunbar. H. C. Hatchs Ariel Cross, favorite which finished third in the Hawthorne Inaugural Handicap last Saturday, got away for Woodbine Park, where he will be campaigned by the Canadian turfman. The veteran campaigner Stroll Along will be inactive for several months, according to John Oros, who has turned the racer out at F. A. Meisengers farm at Naperville, Illinois. He doesnt intend to put Stroll Along back in training for at least six months. There were several jockey departures over the week-end, with T. P. Martin and R. Tilden heading for Omaha, and J. OMalley departing for Rockingham. Jockey L. "Buddy" Haas, contract rider for the T. C. Worden stable, arrived from Fort Gibson, Okla., where he went to visit relatives. The ten-day suspension he received at Churchill Downs expires Thursday and he will be ready to resume riding Friday afternoon at Hawthorne. Word was received of the death of Jake Berg, 49, a native of Chicago, as a result of a ruptured appendix, while en route to Chicago from California. He was removed from the train on which he was a passenger at Ogden, Utah. Berg was formerly in the employ of R. T. Watts and numerous other trainers. Burial plans are indefinite at this time.