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1 • J j • j 1 ; Illinois Notes ARLINGTON PARK, Arlington, Heights, 111. June 29. Miss Mary V. Fisher, of Detroit and Dix-1 iana, came over from the Motor City for the week-end program. Buddy Bomar, of bowling fame, and Sam Weinstein, prominent in bowling circles, are taking in a few days of the sport at this course. Phil Reuter has placed in training Within Reason and Whimgin, which he re- ceived from Lexington. Sam E. Wilson, Jr. shipped to Lexing- ton to be turned out the horses Corpus Christi, Bomb Buster and Irish Tudor. Mrs. N. M. Mikels Rickshaw arrived from Fairmount Park and was taken over by W. A. Mikel. Brent and Talbot sold Rebel Raider to W. H. Bishop at private terms. Mrs. T. May, owner of Glenary Farms, arrived from Sacramento, Calif., for some racing. Her horses are in charge of H. C. Dodson. First 10 days of Arlington Park has shown an attendance increase of 7.86 per cent. Mutuel play is up 16.92 in spite of six inclement days.