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Kentucky Notes CHURCHILL DOWNS, Louisville, Ky., June 16. George Molesworth leaves tomorrow for Chicago where he reports at Hawthorne for the final week of the Lincoln Fields meeting. He will replace patrol judge Alec Hefferan, who is leaving Sunday for Omaha, where the Ak-Sar-Ben meeting opens on Tuesday. Stanley Hugenberg, treasurer of the American Turf Association, leaves over the week-end for Chicago, where he will remain until after the close of the Lincoln Fields meeting. Trainer J. R. Glenn will ship R. J. Burkes Hashcamp, Miss Blindfold and Another Time from Churchill Downs to North Randall Saturday night. Hashcamp was a winner during the Downs meeting. Also in the Glenn shipment will be Neaqueen, owned by Edward Neal. Five horses belonging to Simon John and four others owned by Walter Wilkerson will share the same car. Following the close here, Russell Sweeney, resident manager of Churchill Downs, will submit to dental surgery, which had to be postponed when the V-E Day resumption of racing swamped him under an avalanche of details pertinent to the reopening of Churchill Downs. George Stultz, of the pari-mutuel staff at Churchill Downs, was a star pitcher with the Boston club of the old Association and in 1894 defeated the Louisville club in one of the most crucial games of the season. Jockey Robert Denton will leave Louisville Saturday night for North Randall, where he will ride for owner-trainer Mintz Johns. Jockey C. L. Martin, who also rode during the Churchill Downs meeting, will leave for Chicago, where he will ride for Thomas Piatt. Trainer John Bradley left last night for Seattle with Ken Hodges Chronos and Rock Ace, They will detrain at Longacres.