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Michigan Notes FAIR GROUNDS, Detroit, Mich., June 11. Arthur Craig, who races a stable here in partnership with his son, Robert,, arrived from his home in Muncie, Ind., in company of Mrs. Craig, and they plan to remain for several days of the Motor City sport. The Craig thoroughbreds are conditioned by the veteran turfman, Charles Kranz. Kenneth Noe, Jr., son of the well known trainer, arrived from Bloomington, Ind., to spend his summer vacation with his parents. Young Noe is a student at the Indiana University. Jerry West, leading Fair Grounds apprentice reinsman, who has been out of the saddle for several days due to injuries, will resume riding on Monday. Apprentice Lois C. Cook, who received a badly cut eye last week while in the starting also will get back in action next week. W. J. Addison, owner of Arise, a starter in the Motor City Handicap Saturday, arrived from Toronto, Canada, with Mrs. Addison to witness the rich three-year-old stake. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Terrell who have several horses in training at the Fair Grounds in charge of Charles Sanborn, arrived from Lexington, Ky., and they plan to remain for a week of Detroit racing. Jockey Jack Richard, who handled Lex-brook Stables Lextown in the Motor City departed for Chicago immediately after filling his local engagement. Lextown, from the M. A. Kern-owned Lexbrook stable, is to be sent to Chicago Sunday.