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_ P * At A A of °f Ne New th the an and an are j el* _,.c ] . a] liam in in Cld cla las last +n to L" Sei „ "■ Di h0] Mc ha] ., e" ne the of °f rat I Lo vjc p Purse. £r Tr Bo: Boy Da; Day , pre Pindus, Poco Mas Arrive Suffolk for Yankee Both Regarded as Definite Starters for July 4 Stake EAST BOSTON, Mass.. June 28.— A pair invaders arrived at Suffolk Downs from York for next Wednesdays running of 5,000 Yankee Handicap over the mile three-sixteenths route. The newcomers William Helis Pindus and Kenneth Murchisons Poco Mas, both definite starters in the three-year-old feature. Pindus is one of four nominated by Wil G. Helis and flashed such improvemerrf/ his last New York victory that it was decided to send him here for the July 4 classic. Poco Mas also has a stakes win in seasons Lafayette Stakes at Keeneland warrant a try at the Yankee, and he will likewise be given his final preps over the Seaside course. These two joined another visitor, Darby Dieppe, as the vanguard of those expected from New York and Maryland to contest the holiday event. Racing secretary Charles J. McLennan is awaiting the decision of the handlers of Polynesian, Pavot and Gallor-ette as to their intentions of going after Yankee Handicap prize but by the end the week the starting field should be rather well lined up. H. G. Bedwell will likely saddle Hammer-Lock in the race, following his impressive victory last Wednesday in the East Wind R. B. Carrolls Beldine and the C. H. Trotter-trained pair of Michaelo and Jims are training well for the Independence engagement and must be regarded as probable starters.