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FUTURITYS VALUE 7,635 Fifteen Starters Assure Arlington Stake of Rich Purse. One Hundred and Forty-Five f wo-Yenr-OIds Aro Eligible After Final raymciit of May 15. With fifteen starters, exactly the number which went to the post in last years renewal, the 1930 running of the Arlington Futurity will enjoy a gross value of 7,035, Otto W. Lehmann, president of the Arlington Parle Jockey Club, stated Saturday. A total of 145 two-year-olds remained eligible to the 0,000 added event, following the final payment on May 1L Last summer the Futurity had a gross worth of 7,230, with the Bomar Stables Grand Slam earning 5,135 by defeating a crack field. The Futurity closed last September with 13G subscriptions, of which 315 were kept eligible at the second payment on January 15, and 145 at the third payment. The starting fee for the six-furlong dash, which will be co-featured with the Arlingtori Handicap on Saturday, August 1, final day of the thirty-day meeting, is ,000. Alfred Gwynne Vandcrbilt is the leading subscriber to the Futurity with nine eligi-blcs, the most noted of which is Alrflame, holder of the worlds record for three furlongs. Warren Wright, a vice-president of the Arlington Park Jockey Club, has kept eight of his youngsters eligible to the Futurity. Promising two-year-olds already shown under silks which are among the Futurity candidates include E. R. Bradleys Billionaire, Brookmeade Stables Knight Gallant, Everglade Stables Kermay, Foxcatcher Farms Rosenna, Greentree Stables Chico-lorado, Hal Price Headleys Apogee, Milky Way Farms Case Ace, Murph and Dog-away, C. V. Whitneys Black Look, George D. Wideners Rebellion and Joseph E. Wide-ners Advocator, Fencing and Optic. Other prominent owners maintaining subscriptions to the Futurity Include Audley Farm, Bomar Stable, Norman Church, W. R. Coe, Coldstreahi Stud, John J. Coughlin, Marshall Field, Robert L. Gerry, Mrs. John Hertz, Katherine Elkins Hitt, Willis Sharpe Kilmer, Percy M. Pike, Shandon Farm, Tranquillity Farm; Three Ds Stock Farm, Valdina Farms, Wheatley Stable, Mrs. John Hay Whitney and Herbert M. Woolf. Arlington officials Saturday received word from Peter Coyne, trainer for Joseph E. Widener, that he plans to bring a strong division of his stable here for the entire meeting, which opens June 29. Heading the group will be the crack three-year-old Brevity, which will be pointed for the 0,000 added Classic, to be run July 25, and the three smart youngsters which are eligible to the Futurity. Trainer Coyne may make nominations to the other Arlington Stakes, which will close on Monday, June 15. They are the Hyde Park Stakes, Arlington Inaugural Handicap, Stars and Stripes Handicap, and Arlington Handicap, as well as the Classic.