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Illinois Notes SPORTSMANS PARK, Cicero, 111., May 6. H. Schindler reported today he has turned three horses owned by him over to C. Lord to condition for the remainder of the meeting. Lord replaces E. Fletcher as trainer of Sweep Pigeon, Del Tor Clown and Peach Raider.. Arthur E. Mettz, acting for owner Ben Fogelson, today sold Mae Agnes and Butte to William Hal Bishop. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Stall applications for the approaching opening of Randall Park, situated near Cleveland, Ohio, are available at the racing secretarys office here, according to racing secretary Robert P. McAuliffe. J. I. Labelle, who recently arrived here from Gulfstream Park with a string of horses, announced he disposed of Jatak at private terms. The new owner of Jatak is Mrs. F. Arnold. Her husband will train the four-year-old son of Hypnotist II. J. D. Mikel, conditioner of a sizable string here, announced this morning that the thoroughbred population at his Carlock, HI., breeding farm was increased with the arrival of two colts. The mare Heart Breaker foaled a son by Hachazo, while Nellie Servant produced a colt by Hypocrite. William Carroll, an ex-rider who has the past year been, handling official business in the Midwest section for the Jockeys Guild, arrived here Thursday from Churchill Downs. He departed for Beulah Park, at Grove City, Ohio, last night. General Custer, a promising three-year-old owned by Mrs. John S. Letellier, arrived here today from Lexington, Ky., and was added to the menage Milton Resseguet has at this track. William Resseguet sent General Custer here and will resume charge of the Letellier colobearer during the Lincoln Fields-at-Washington Park meeting. While owner-trainer William Hal Bishop was adding two charges to his extensive string here this week through private purchases, he sold Silent Max to Mrs. E. Kocmond. Al Horton has been appointed by the new owner to train Silent Max. George W. Jones, accompanied by his wife, arrived here today from East Alton, HI., to inspect the horses Enoch Rea is conditioning for him. Apprentice John Brooks, who came here from Oaklawn Park, where he was the leading reinsman during the spring meeting, has been on. the sidelines because of a bad cold. Brooks reported he planned to return to action on Monday at this track. Vinita Dot has been sent to Jack Welchs farm, near Lexington, Ky., to be turned out for several months, according to trainer A. Cleff. Vinita Dot is owned by W. J. Orlikoski. Sharon, a three-year-old filly owned and trained by George Broic, has been sent to a farm near here to be rested up until midsummer. The Blossom Stable, owned by Fern Blossom Feldman, acquired at private terms, Valdina Aide from J. Maissell. J. A. Stark-man will condition the plater for the Blossom Stable.