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I AURORA TURF NOTES $ Glen Gorbet, successful young trainer, plans to move on to Omaha after the close Of Aurora, and will take sixteen head, the property of Gorbet and Irvine, to race at the impending Ak-Sar-Ben meeting. Included in the ones he will load for Nebraska Sunday are: Cassada, Vishnu, Flying Justice, Longus, Claflag, Oddesa Beau, Dr. Louis Hamman, Chokoloskee, Bonnie A., Rubans Choice, Bahadur, Enab and Jack Murphy. For his father, Sam, the younger Gorbet will take Valley, Port o Play and Anns Baby. Jockey Kenneth McCray, the stable rider, will accompany the shipment. Jockeys J. King and Charley Monteria donned colors for the first time at the meeting when they accepted mounts Thursday. Sam Gorbet, who has been absent more or less during the past two years, will return to his home in Bloomington, 111., to attend to his breeding establishment and farm at that point. Gorbet is sending his three horses to Omaha with his son Glen. Jockey R. Clemons, who was slightly indisposed Wednesday, returned to the saddle Thursday and had the mount on Monkey Shine. B. J. Durnell was granted a trainers license and saddled and sent his first horse to the post during the meeting, when he saddled A. N. Daltons Darkest Hour in the seventh race Thursday. Apprentice Charles Stevenson, who is leading the riders at Aurora, got away for Petroit after filling his engagements Thursday. B. A. Jones, trainer of the extensive T. C. Worden stable, arrived from Louisville with his stable, which is quartered at Washington Park. Jockey Leon Haas, who is contracted to the stable of John Marscli, Chicago contractor, checked in from Kentucky. Ray Small, police reporter for the Rock-ford Registrar-Republic, was among the Visitors Wednesday and was guest of Dr. T. A. Donald, trainer for the Chappel Brothers stable. Frank Hawley, custodian of the jockeys Quarters, reports that twenty-two of the riders who are performing at Aurora will go to Bainbridge Park. Hawley will get away Sunday night for Cleveland. Six of Mrs. R. J. Murphys horses got away Thursday morning for Latonia. The shipment was in charge of jockey Jack Mayer. Having developed lameness after the training period Thursday morning, Dandy Dan was excused from starting in the fourth race. JFormer jockey Jack Hennessey, first assistant to starter "Buddy" Wingf ield, is probably one of the outstrading teachers of Jiorscs with bad post manners. Dodiodo, vhich was barred on almost every track yrhere he performed, is one of Jacks pupils, ahd tbosa who have seen him in his bad jpOat antics can hardly believe it is thet roguish Dodiodo. A collection taken up for William Snyder, One of Americas well-known starters and of late a paddock judge for Joseph Cattar-nlch, netted 00 for Snyder, who underwent a serious operation and is not progressing as well as expected. I The stable of E. K. Bryson, comprising welve head, will be shipped to Bainbridge tit the conclusion of the Aurora meeting. Billy Myer, rated one of the best track men in America, was a visitor Thursday, Coming over from Cicero, where he is making his home. When it comes to grooming A racing strip, Myer has no peer. A. K. Miller, who is shipping Dauntless llss, Lilac Bloom, Our Sandy, Northern Sir, Nameoki and Whoa Back to Bainbridge, expects to add three more performers to his fetring, the trio to be sent to him from Dade Park. Horace Wade, publicity director at Alamo Downs stopped off to witness the running pf the Illinois Derby and will then proceed to Narragansett Park, where he will operate .the public address system. Merle Simmons is another of the horsemen racing at Aurora who will ship his stable to Omaha. His string, consisting of the following, will entrain for the Nebraska city Sunday: Alkali, Jester B., Supercharge, Grecian King and Jere. Miss M. V. Gregory, accompanied by her father, came in from their home at New Orleans. While here, Miss Gregory appointed A. Williams, trainer of First Down and Cloirado, which were formerly trained by Pete Stire. C. E. Durnell, internationally known trainer, has been appointed to train the horses Of Albert Sabath, which were due to arrive at Washington Park, from Louisville, Thursday. Among the performers which Durnell will have under his care, is the three-year-0ld Dan Sabath. According to a report received from trainer Merle Simmois, the mare Supercharge, tame out of her last engagement with a deep cut on her leg and it will be ten days pr two weeks before she will be able to enter competition. There will be a special of about twelve tears assembled here which will convey the porses of the following owners who will race fat Bainbridge: L. Doriott, W. Day, E. Staehle, J. R. Scurlock, O. E. Speck, F. Stephens, J. W and I. Choisser, J. Klucina, J. D. English, A. K. Miller, E. Louden, E. J. jpConnell, L. DeLatour, H. H. Chopin, Clyde jTroutt, E. B. Shipp, M. Sanders, J. W. poode, H. Hockenbury, R. Bridwell, V. H. McMullen, M. J. Wellman, A. J. Demotte, B. Hernandez, J. P. Kabrich, J. Buchanan, E. J. Janicki, Otto Bagley, C. Woodruff, J. W. Frye, C. O. Smith, W. L. McCue, J. J. Holt-jcnan and H. Moore.