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Kingarvie Gets Detroit Call Over Ten Rivals in Noquette ; , , , J ! 1 5 J r r ■ 1 J " * * , ; * " T * _ ~ " Hot Chocolate, Byronic and J Excitable Mary Should Cut Figure in One Mile Feature DETROIT, Mich., June 27.— With the settlement of the horsemens strike late yesterday at the local course, turfmen were liberal with their entries for tomorrows program and eight well-balanced events are listed for decision. The best offerings on the card are the Noquette Claiming Purse, one mile for three-year-olds and older, which attracted 11 of the better grade sprinters, and the fifth race at the same distance but exclusively for three- year-olds. The latter event is to bring out an even dozen starters. Mrs. Arthur Brents Canadian invader, Kingarvie, a winner of the Kings Plate, important Canadian stake annually run at Woodbine, is the early choice for the No- quette and he is to have the saddle services of youthful Georgie Walker. Kingarvies main opposition in the dash may come from R. and H. Stables versatile Hot Chocolate, a good racer on any type footing; Jacob Shers Excitable Mary, and Wil-l Ham Zakoors useful Byronic, conqueror of Kingarvie in their last local engagement, June 21. Urgent Recent Winner Others named are Mr. and Mrs. J. Bart- letts Little Baboo, who has been showing steady improvement; Andrews and Za- koors Wisenheimer, Sharpe and Mullens Urgent, R. B. Walters Chic Bit, Fields and Walkers Treada Boy, and Grace Kosiba Stables locally-owned Slipper Satin. Ur- | gent has been a visitor to the Detroit win-ners ring; Slipper Satin is a double vic- tress here, and Little Baboo displayed good speed in a recent outing and may have needed that race. The Kosiba Stable is also to have a pair of sturdy representatives in the fifth race in Good-Shopper and Grande Monde. Good-f Shopper is to be handled by hustling Lois Cook and won her last start here under that rider at the eight-furlong distance, chalking up a 1:39 in the victorious per- formance. Charles B. Shaffer, HI., son of the Michigan Racing Association president, will rely on Blemish in the sophomore test while D. R. Laughter is to send out the speedy Little Danny. K. M. Littles War Stim, Mrs. Joseph Brooks Port Beaumont, Adelard Lamou-reux Duke Boswell, Lucas B. Combs Ethe- real, Grace Clarks White Blazen, Henry Forrests Mad Again, and George Collins Busy Farmer are others entered in the chief supporting number. Port Beaumont is a winner here this year; Ethereal has been training in smart style; Busy Farmer is an improved gelding while Mad Again is a better-than-average filly.