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New York Notes ■ - -* 1 JAMAICA, L. I., N. Y., April 7. Tommy May and Joe Renick are galloping horses daily for George Odom and will do the bulk of the riding for that establishment. Jockeys Lynch and Waller are aligned with Hugh Fontaine, who has the Brook-meade Stable horses in charge at Belmont Park. Jockey Eddie Arcaro will report to trainer John Gaver of the Greentree Satble early next week. Arcaro remained over in Florida to ride Four Freedoms in his week-end engagement there. Nick Jemas, who aligned himself with the William Helis stable, plans to swing mto action the opening day. V. L. Shea reported that his Suncap. who wintered in Aiken, is due here from Pim-3ico tomorrow. He will be accompanied by another three-year-old. Alec Gordon checked in from the Blue Grass country and reported that all was well in that sector. Gordon spent the best part of the day cutting up old touches in the paddock area. Bill Brennan, who served in an official capacity at the Fair Grounds, New Orleans, was on hand this morning. He will take over his post in the saliva test department the opening day. Jockey Jimmie Stout, who spent the best part of the winter loafing, is back in action with James Fitzsimmons, the Aqueduct sage. Stout will accept mounts the opening day. Jockey Ted Atkinson and Steve Brooks were among the early morning visitors at the local course. They are under call re spectively to trainers Andy Schuttinger and i Preston Burch. Jockey D. Dodson, who rode at New Orleans - with a full measure of success, will free lance in New York this meeting. The main division of the E. R. Bradley stable, in charge of trainer Jimmy Smith, is due at Belmont Park next week from Lexington, Ky. Jockey Sterling Young arrived from i Miami and plans to swing into action the B opening day. Jockey Bobby Permane, the Florida sensation, . will be here on Monday to ride, according . to his contract employer, Jules s Wessler.