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Start Homeplace in Better Footing Mrs. Joe Tomlinsons Homeplace, whose fast finish saw him missing major honors in the Joliet Stakes by only a nose to Sam E. Wilsons Tiger Wandert has been shipped over to Arlington Park along with other members of the string. Trainer Jimmy Jones, noting that the Nasrullah— Blue Grass colts three starts have been over sloppy, slow and muddy tracks, has decided that the youngster has earned a chance over better footing, and if this is not forthcoming for the Primer Stakes on Monday, June 20, Homeplace likely will be served for the Hyde Park. It has been decided that a concerted effort will be made throughout the next two weeks to convince Mrs. Tomlinsons expensive importation, Mashall Ney n., to look with more favor on the American starting gate, towards which lie has displayed a pronounced aversion that has prevented him from making his American debut. The schedule calls for daily schooling, and if this is ineffective, other plans will have to be made that might even include a return to England or retire- The stables Ballydonnell is three work-kward in training and needs time, while the Pstud. ried youngsters, Sheepsfoot and Low Bidder, ;en under silks at Arlington.