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, j , ] 1 | | i . , , I Ohio Notes | RANDALL PARK, North Randall, Ohio, ! I June 9. ■ James Chesney, representative in this sector of the HBPA. reveals that the organization recently attended to the burial in Bedford of J. Fitzpatrick. a groom employed at the time by Frank Grand. Former rider Carlos Mojena, lately turned , trainer, has a quartet here for the Rolling i 4 Hills Stable of J. S. Jones comprising What I a Play, Royal Andrew, Nell A., and Neru-esta. R. "Bob" Noel plans to transfer his string to Detroit next week. ! Warren Yarberry passed out cigars with the receipt of news that his wife had given birth to a baby boy Tuesday at Genoa. j Neb. Mother and child are doing fine. ■ : James S. Jones, who campaigns his horses under the nom de course of Rolling Hills Stable, and V. J. Nicholl. owner of Clarion Farm, returned to Detroit after witnessing the days program of races. i The four-horse string of Mrs. J. L. Ches- i ney will be shipped to the Detroit Fair i Grounds track next week. i j I George Joseph. H. Alger and William Warner came in from Detroit for the days sport. Former jockey Benjamin Cruickshank. ! now a member of the armed forces, is a I daily visitor. He is a wounded veteran of the European theatre of war and is recuperating at his home near here. Phil T. Chinn notified racing secretary L. H. Van Zandt he is shipping six head I here from Lexington. V. H. McMullen, who conditions the 1 • horses of Mrs. A. J. Murphy, has a trio on the grounds in Good Yield, Little Alice and Time Please. J. Caldwell has taken over the condition- ! I I 1 • ing of Clarion Farms Quarto. Howard Hoffman returned to Louisville after saddling the successful Mel Crosby, who campaigns for Clevelander T. C. Melrose. J. B. Latta registered Our Boy and Baby Laura. The pair arrived from Lexington, |Ky. Kenneth Murchison, well known Texas breeder and master of Blue Bird Stock Farm at Arlington, notified racing secretary L. Henderson VanZandt that he is sending six horses to River Downs from Mexico. He will augment the string with others from the farm.