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Michigan Notes DETROIT, Mich., June 13. Riggs Mahony, widely known inutuel executive, is a visitor at the Livonia course for a conference with Bill Karcher, who is in charge of the local track wagering .department. Mahony will depart late Thurs-day for-Monmoutn r*aric. Donald B. Neal, owner -of the Whittier Hotel, Detroit, wivnessea the sport here today, the guest ox uavid Ferguson, Motor City thoroughbred owner, whose horses are conditioned by j. W. jonnston. Mrs. James Rogers, of Wichita Falls, Texas, came in irum the Lone Star State to take in a weeK of racing. Mrs. Rogers has Texas Rain and Angle Bar, a recent winner at the local meeting, quartered here in charge of trainer" Vvillard Proctor. Ed Marshall, who wm handle apprentice jockey James reckons" engagement book at Detroit, checked in irom New England. Young Breckons is unaer contract to Buckley and Locklear. S. B. Hoggatt arrived from Fairmount Park and regisvereu Cioverland Son and the two-year-ola, "*eida, the property of George Conque. Tne ixoggatt-trained horses are quartered at the Detroit track. Mrs. Dora Brooks, whose Port Beaumont visited the local winners circle last week, arrived from Maryland and joined her husband, Joe Brooks, who is looking after a public stable in Michigan this season. John McAtee, who has a useful stable quartered at tne jJetroit tracic, will make a quick trip to his Serenata Farm, Lexington, Ky., to inspect breeding stock he has .quartered at the thoroughbred nursery. Mrs. E. E. "bale Shaffer, wife of the Michigan Racing Association president, returned to the Shaffers Coldstream Farm, Lexington, Ky., after several days visit in Detroit. • John Hughey, a member of the Michigan Racing Association official staff, received notice of his* appointment to the Randall Park official roster and he will go to the Ohio track immediately after winding up his local duties.