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Garden State Park I Stalls at Premium j Full House Is Assured for Fifty-Day Meeting to Open At Camden Course July 13 i CAMDEN, N. J.. June 13. — Garden State Park stalls will not lack for tenants during the 50-day period of racing which opens Friday. July 13. and closes on Saturday. September 8. In fact, racing secretary diaries McLennan is at his wits end as to how the many who have applied for stabling may be accommodated. Owners participating in the forthcoming meeting will be mainly those who have been campaigning in Maryland and Delaware, the circuit comprising tracks of these two States and New Jersey having an extremely compact schedule this season. Therell be few outlanders present, though the Canadian. Charles Turner, is bringing on the 1944 Trenton Handicap winner. Bon Jour and several others, while the Calumet Farm. Bomar Stable and Baylor Hickman will be the most notable Midwestern outfits represented. Main New Jersey establishment slated for action is that of William Helis. owner of nearby Rancocas Farm. Trainer William Booth has listed Pericles, the 6,000 yearling of 1943. as one of the 20 he will ship to this point and it may be the Blenheim II. colt will make his public bow before neighbors. Salto, one of five to hold the Carden State Park six-furlong track record of 1:10%, also will be in the consignment., The Walden winner. Ricks Raft, with such other fleet three-year-olds as Tropea. Greek Warrior and Elpis, are in the group. To Race Sixteen at Meeting Mrs. M. E. Whitney, now mistress of Virginias Llangollen Farm and formerly, Elizabeth Altemus. of Philadelphia, will have 16 on hand for the meeting in care of Henry Clark, who also will have under his care 15 horses owned by Mrs. G. H. Ballou. Best known of the seasoned performers is Blue Cypress, who defeated male rivals in the Benjamin Franklin Handicap at this point last summer. There also is a half-sister to the above maid in the Whitney group, a daughter of Bimelech and Peggy Porter, who will be known to racing as Red Stamp. Charles M. Feltner. veteran Virginia horseman who led the list of Garden State Park trainers last year, has engaged quarters for 28 horses, mainly the property of the Washingtonian, Col. Gustave Ring. It Is a useful lot and one which will see much action during the 50 days of competition. The full list of trainers who have been granted stalls to date is as follows: J. M. Black. William Booth. F. A. Bonsai. Phil Brady. William Brooks. Lyman Brusie, Preston Burch. J. L. Butler, Merritt Buxton. Joseph P. Callahan, Joe Camac, Frank Carberry. Jr.. Vincent Cicero. Jr., Henry S. Clark. Matt Colford. William S. Cotton. Hilton Dabson. A. S. Dodd. A. "Spec" Dunne. A. F. "Jim" East. Watt Elliott. C. M. Feltner. W. H. Foales. D. C. Harrison, Fred Hausman. Jack Healey. Baylor Hickman. Sam Hicks. Max Hirsch. A. E. Hudson, Hirsch Jacobs. B. A. Jones, J. P. Jones. Joseph Kernan. J. Leyland. Henry Little. William Lynch. Anthony Mazzeo, Jimmy McGee. J. W. Mergle. Elsie Morris. Leo 6Donnell. Dick Pending. R. E. Potts. O C. Rasch. Phil Reuter, Roy Roberts, C. R. Robinson. J. H. Ryan. Charles Raynor. Tom Rodrock. P. D. Sanford. Davis S. and J. H. Schoeh. G. W. Shaw. Jr.. C. Skinker. r Jimmy Stewart. Clay Sutphin. Jon W Stanley. Elmer Trueman. Oscar White. Don Yates. Harold Young and William Zimmerman.