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r L ° ■ R v n t 1: a I e f g | j- t £ j i t , l i Illinois Notes | j , s A LINCOLN FIELDS at Hawthorne, ! I Stickney, 111., June 9. I. Gawthorpe checked in from southern j b by Illinois with four horses. I a Monte Weil is going to Kentucky next $ week to look over some yearlings with a view to their private purchase. 1 j 1 hv I j. Edward McCuan has made arrange- I j ments to ship his stable to Detroit. He will ! take Wise Moss, Dimit and five others. b by Jockey Alcee Richard had his first . i mount of the meeting Thursday. S Gene Smith, who isnt training any . horses at this time, is here from Louisville - j and may acquire several thoroughbreds 5 for racing at Washington Park. s F. W. Roth, who has an interest in sev- " i d eral horses racing at Hawthorne, is here i from his home in Kankakee. Frank Carra is reported to have reached l f St. Louis on his way to Chicago from Mexico City. He is bringing the horses owned 1 , , -by Harry Herendeen. Jockey Joe Cavens was injured in a training accident here Friday morning, but fc ] after an examination at the St. Anthony 7 Hospital he was released. j I ; ! According to word reaching here from 1 ; t Arlington, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hurn 1 have become the parents of a baby girl, Ike Seybold checked in from St. Louis s | with the horse Bold Lover. Dan Broic has turned out the Brolite e Farms Carney for a time, he said today. Jockey Anthony Skoronski, injured several weeks ago in a training accident, has S | | been released from the hospital, but will 1 not ride until the racing scene shifts to 0 Washington Park.