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] j * 1 v r I a l :. f J * S ■ Delaware Notes DELAWARE PARK, Stanton, Del., June 4. Another comeback is being planned by jockey Glen Smith. The veteran states he is down to 118 pounds and expects to swing into action within a week or two. Starter George Palmer already has six horses on his schooling list. They are Marine Victory, Mai, East, Unitran, New Flame and Good Odds. Trainer Jimmy McGee, who has 28 head at Pimlico for Morris Wexler, transferred the stock to Suffolk Downs Friday morning. The Wexler horses usually campaigned at Delaware Park. They will be returned to this circuit in time for the Garden State Park meeting. The John Foster stable, numbering seven head, arrived from Pimlico. Four others are due here this week. The horses are in the care of Trainer Henry Brown. Apprentice R. J. Martin, who is affiliated with the Morris Wexler stable, de parted for Suffolk Downs, where he will report to trainer Jimmy McGee. Jockey Johnny Breen also will ride for the Wexler establishment on the New England track. Apprentice Roy Fiochhi has altered his riding plans and will ride throughout the meeting here. He enjoyed a very successful meeting at Pimlico this spring. Trainer W. O. Siegert, who has 11 head in the public stable quartered here, has a promising rider in apprentice E. "Smokey" Wood. The youngster made his debut last season, but rode only a few horses. Jockey Lee Haskell, who is in the employ of trainer Charles Feltner, has engaged Whitey Cunningham to handle his riding engagements for the balance of the meeting. Owner J. H. Elliott, who filed a claim for Some Where before the eighth race Friday, was unable to secure the racer due to having made a mistake in making out his claim card. The plater was returned to the barn of K. A. OConnor.