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ANOTHER CHICAGO RECRUIT LEXINGTON, Ky., May 26. Frank C. Marr, owner of Milky Way Farm, Pulaski, Tenn., has decided to enter racing. Under private treaty, he yesterday bought from A. B. Hancock, master of Claiborne and Ellerslie Studs, Paris, Ky., and Charlottesville, Va., seventeen thoroughbred yearlings, sons and daughters of such sires as Sir Gal-lahad III., Gallant Fox, Stimulus, Diavolo and others of the Claiborne sires. Among them are a half sister to Pansy Walker and a half brother to St. James. John S. Stewart, of Lexington is to be the trainer. The yearlings will be shipped on Monday next to Milky Way Farm and at the proper time will be broken there. Mr. Marr has also decided to race some trotters and has been looking at some colts at the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association track here. Mr. Marr is a noted Chicago candy manufacturer and until now his Milky Way Farm has been devoted to the production of saddle and show horses.