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, , I .1 ; ; j I I I j i I | , I | I If Arlington Notebook By J. J. MURPHY Continued from Page Three general manager of Hawthorne, is en route to the Canadian wilds on his annual fishing trip. He says the finny fellows are so plentiful in his favorite spot they have been known to leap into the boat after a catch as it is being landed. Carey looks forward to a big autumn meeting at Hawthorne and plans many improvements to t the historic course. M. R. Prestridge. who owns a good string at this track in partnership with Bill Allison, was an arrival from his home in Alamagordo, N. M.. and will remain for several days . . Danny McAulif fe, who in his riding days won several stakes, has taken over the engagement book of Anthony Ferraiuolo. He is also tgent for apprentice Don Devine . Mrs. Teddy Cox, wife of one of the Arlington stewards, returned from Baltimore where she attended the graduation exercises of her daughter, Darlene. The young lady accompanied her mother to Chicago . . . Have received word from New Orleans that Anthony Pelleteri, head of the Fair Grounds track, will arrive in a few days. . . Peter J. ODonnell, general manager of Lincoln Fields, is planning a few weeks rest after details of the late session have been cleared away. "See you at Washington ," said Peter. Miss Wabash, a two-year-old in the stable of A. B. Karle, is in from Fairmount. and A. W. Rupelt will do the training . Trainer John T. Kermath had as his guests on the last day of the Lincoln meeting Harvey C. Fruehauf , George A. Cavanagh and Charles B. Bohn, all of Detroit. Bohn for many years raced horses in partnership with the late Peter A. Markey, who passed away last month. Both Bohn and Cavanaugh now have horses being trained by Kermath . . Bayard Sharps Hannibal, winner of the Experimental Free Handicap No. 1 at Ja-, maica, and Larry McPhails General Staff will arrive here Tuesday. They are coming from the East via airplane. Hannibal is nominated for the Warren Wright Memorial and General Staff for the Equipoise Mile.