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1 I 1 l I 1 1 j I 1 ■ j . i • ; ; ; ! 1 J ! ; Michigan Notes FAIR GROUNDS, Detroit, Mich., June 27. The horses Eual Wyatt brought in from Chicago are Sporting, Slaps and the two- year-olds Back Thru, a brown colt by Mae- die — Frances Victoria, and Keep Away, a roan filly by Sarada — Royal Party. Earl Taylor, one-time jockey and trainer, is in quest of racing material. He has been away from the sport for some time. C. W. Damon, who conditions the horses of P. R. and Helen N. Hinton of Royal Oak, Mich., registered Boy-Plin, Sis-Plin. Mac- Plin, Helen-Plin, Trouble Sands and the two-year-olds Nephewron and Niecue. The string arrived from Churchill Downs. Daniel "Boone" Hickey is handling the riding engagements of jockey Pat Milligan. Leo Wagner checked in from Louisville with 10 horses. The group comprises Jim- pin. Air Warden, Sis Wagner. Nicky W., Duchess Jo. Red Skipper. Court Flash, Dark Heather. Red Emelio and Sir Jimmy. M. H. VanBerg quartered a string of 1 seven horses shipped here from Columbus, Neb. The group comprises Wilma Van, 1 j Henny Penny, Distant Isle, Betty Van, Era-zal. Big Bozo and Bobby Joe. a maiden 1 1 j three-year-old gelding by Prince Pan — I Meade Girl. Mrs. B. M. Smith is recovering at Dallas, i Texas, from an operation she recently underwent, according to J. L. Taylor, who has 5 horses here for the Texas sportswoman. C. T. Mullen arrived from Santa Anita with a six-horse public stable. The group 3 j ; comprises Moonlite Bobby, Buds First, Surgeon Dick. Harv Aethel and Kantaka. Torrance C. Melrose, Cleveland boniface 6 who has a string of horses on the grounds _ ! ! in care of trainer Howard Hoffman, is a , | daily visitor. j ! Daily, over local radio station WJBK. • j Eddie Miller, who mans the track public c | I address system, broadcasts the running of j i the feature race. Trainer Bruce Mclntire. acting for A. F. , 1 Wall, sold Don Listo to Frank Kurinec at i! private treaty. Rex Elliott, who suffered a broken left t shoulder when thrown from a two-year-old d he was schooling last week, has been discharged from the Highland Park General "j Hospital. Harry B. Langdon. well-known eastern I horseman who operates a breeding farm at Charles Town. W. Va.. arrived from his ■ ; Shenandoah Valley place and will take in the sport for a few days. Norman "Butsy" Hernandez has taken second call on the services of Jockey Robert Watson, contracted to H. C. Hatch. Lt. E. W. Miami Sutherland, who formerly handled the riding engagements of •J Eddie Arcaro, is stationed at the adjacent it Palmer Woods Ordnance grounds. He e served overseas for seven months. Jockey N. L. Pierson arrived from Los is Angeles. He will attend to the bulk of the e riding for the stable of horses C. T. Mullen n brought here from Santa Anita.