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, ? I 3 1 £ 1 s o I HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES | HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 16. Pay Sand, the property of Mrs. E. S. Barnes, has been turned over to F. Brodus, who will handle him in the future. In the absence of Harry J. Morris, who was called to Philadelphia on account of the death of his brother A. G. Weston, filled in as one of the judges at Havre de Grace this afternoon. Jockey Tommy Root, accompanied by Bobby Bowers, who makes his engagements. were arrivals from Kentucky. Root is here to ride for the Whitney Stable. James Rowe, Sr.. head trainer of the Harry Payne Whitney establishment, got in from Brookdale Farm this morning. Fred Hall, asent for jockey J. Craigrnyle, had the misfortune to break his arm this morning while moving a trunk at the stable. Sun Beau, a Preakness Stakes eligible, ran three-quarters at Havre de Grace this morning • 1:16 75. Clarence Kummer is here with the Max : Hirsch stable and was busy galloping horses this morning. The English colt Strolling Player was sent I a mile this morning, with George Fields in 1 the saddle, in 1 :43%. Capt. Clovis E, Duhain is in personal I • : I 1 I z charge of the Pinkerton force that have the e policing of the sport and that is assurance e enough that perfect order is maintained and d every comfort is looked after adequately. It has been decided that Strolling Player, f. the half-brother to the Derby winner Call 11 Roy, brought to this country by Adra. Cary T. Grayson, will make his first racing appearance in the Congressional Handicap of a mile e and a sixteenth to be run Wednesday.