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j j j j 1 ■ j i j j I : : i Illinois Notes LINCOLN FIELDS. Stickney, 111., June 21. Jockey Anthony Skoronski, recovered from injuries he received at Sportsmans Park, said he plans to resume riding at Washington Park Monday. Cpl. B. Buckman, who raced horses in Chicago several years ago, has been dis- | charged from the Army and is eager to get back into racing. Jockey Robert Campbell, who rode H. E. Jacobys Good Bid to victory in the La Salle Handicap, is to handle the colt again in the Lincoln Handicap Saturday. T. L. Klapproth is receiving the two-year-olds Lantern, Cronagnon and Honor Guard from Louisville. They are owned by Capt. David Rosenbaum. Sam McPherson has transferred Frank , Maviglianos Cobeggo, Overcross and Chanting to Washington Park. Ray Craig today purchased Gay Thorn from Mrs. Karl Mayer and he is taking the horse to Hamilton, Ohio. J. J. Halley is reported on his way from Suffolk Downs with a draft of horses. They i will be quartered at Lincoln Fields. C. F. Wagner is leaving tomorrow for Randall Park with Hagar, Dusano Girl, I Lostahat. Iron Works and Sunny Betty, j Jockey Eddie Bianco will go with the stable. | Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Friedberg and their ■on and daughter are to be here Saturday from Louisville. j Glen Gorbet has taken Dixies First, Millpomp, Little Hare, Red Message and j Imperial Jones to Hamilton, Ohio. R. D. Killian left for Hamilton, Ohio, jwith Chic Jean, Fuzzy Day, Good Child i and Les Run. Monte Weil today sold Campion Hall to I Lustgarten and Weinberg at private terms. I I After spending some time in Chicago, Reid Luginbuel returned to his home in Vinita, Okla. Jockey Stanley Freeman is departing for Suffolk Downs. ! T. A. Steele, who will serve here as a paddock judge, arrived. H« came from Delaware Park. ♦ Mrs. Louise Donovans Breezy Louise, winner of Churchill Downs Debutante j ■ Stakes, stepped five furlongs in 1:02 on a muddy track Thursday morning. I The Walmac Farms Old Kentuck, who will be seen in handicap competition here | this summer, was timed in l:303s for seven furlongs Thursday morning. WASHINGTON PARK, Homewood, 111., June 21. James Emery returned from Horace Davis farm in Kentucky where Dolly Val some time ago dropped a foal by Andy K. She has been bred back to Chance Play. H. H. Battle is proceeding slowly with the three-year-old Fighting Don, owned by i Mrs. Gretrude Donovan. It probably will j be some time before he returns to compe- | tition. Battle also has two juvenile stars I at Washington Park. They are Breezy ! Louise, winner of the Debutante Stakes, and Fighting Frank, star of the Bashford Manor. Cecil Phillips and Eric Blind are looking after the schooling of horses here. Washington Park patrons will have the usual transportation service over the Illi-• | nois Central electric line. Post time for the first race will be 3 oclock on week days and an hour earlier on Saturdays and holidays. • FAIRMOUNT PARK, Collinsville, 111., I June 21. Former jockey G. C. Fisher, a veteran of 22 months in Europe, left today after spending a week with his parents. Sweep Call was claimed Wednesday by jNadine Scott. The claiming prica was ,250. Janes Patsy and Bigandlittle wees also taken by the same method. The former went to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shipp, while Bigandlittle, a recent arrival from Churchill Downs, went to the partnership of Gilmore and Gaemlich. They were also entered to be claimed for ,250. James Hikes registered three horses owned by Clyde Bothman, EdwardsviUe, 111., sportsman. They are Meetsum, Bui-fair and Gay and Light. A double bill" is the offering for Saturday. Racing secretary Jack Klucina hopes to fill a six furlongs handicap, as well as one at a mile and 70 yards. M. Lemons lost his five-pound apprentice allowance. The reinsman rode his fortieth winner Tuesday on Drift Silver. Joe Boucher returned to the saddl« Wednesday. The veteran suffered a shaking up Tuesday when Silvia B. stumbled and fell on him after the finish of the first race. Jockey L. Wegrzyn, who took out a license Tuesday morning, accepted his first | mount of the meeting this afternoon.