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; Ohio Notes RANDALL PARK. North Randall. Ohio, June 11. The forthcoming 85 -day meeting at the Detroit Fair Grounds will recruit much local thoroughbred talent. About 130 horses are slated to leave here next week for the Motor City course. A. E. Gardner arrived from Beulah Park with Campmeeting. Tommy Chic and Never Lucky. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Johr, who have a modest string quartered on the grounds, arrived from their home in Detroit. They will take in a few days of racing. The adage, horses for courses." apparently fits Hall and Fetzers Tin Pan Alley, as yet undefeated over this track. The gelding has triumphed nine times here, four of the scores having taken place during the current session. Warren A. Yarberry. who has saddled quite a few winners here, left this evening for Genoa, Neb., for a reunion with his wife and new-born "babe." The baby boy was born a few days ago. L. Fry added A. C. Longs Sweep Torch and Sherlock. Wes Freeman, a member of starter Frank Kellys ground crew, sustained a nasty cut over the left eye while handling B and B Stables Morocco Betty, who threw her head up while fractious at the post for the fourth race yesterday. E. W. Steigers shipped in seven head and Charles Lyons two. They came from Lex-i ington.