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Regard Dedicate Possible Dwyer Starter Cascanuez, owned by the Charfran Stable, was returned eastward from his grass race engagement at Washington Park. . . . Jockey Hedley Woodhouse again cancelled his riding engagements for the afternoon. The decision was advised by the attending medics. . . . Willie Knapp, the. former trainer, is officiating as timer at this meeting. . . . The A. G. Vanderbilt menage, held victoryless at Belmont Park, broke into the winning column here at the first asking when Up Betimes annexed the second race. The Vanderbilt menage was hard hit by the cough and temperatures throughout the better part of the Belmont meeting. . . . Trainer Cary Winfrey is undecided on the status of Dedicate as a starter in the Dwyer. The J. Burke three-year-old is coming around nicely from the mishap suffered at Garden State. . . . Local van men report a considerable number of commuters between here and Monmouth Park over the week end. Track superintendent Dick Strickland at Jamaica stated that several horsemen stabled at that track will ber transferred to Aqueduct when the Saratoga away-f rom-home meeting is conducted at the Baisley Boulevard course. . . . The veteran James Fitzsimmons reported that the decision not to ship Nashua to the West Coast for a special match race was a sound one. . . . . F. Skiddy von Stade of the Saratoga Association returned from a week end inspection trip to the Union Avenue course. . . . Al Wesson of Hollywood, who planed here on a special mission for the Swaps-Nashua match race, returned to his post as publicity director of that association. . . . Trainer Eddie Holton, who has a well balanced public menage here, returned Tidewater from Monmouth Park. The Abe Levinson campaigner is an r overnight possibility in several engagements here.