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Augment Calumet Homewood String Consignment From New York Joins Unit Already Stabled At Washington Park Course HOMEWOOD, 111.. June 21.— Horses continue to arrive at Washington Park where the Arlington Park Jockey Club inaugurates its annual summer meeting on Monday. The latest shipment was a division of the Calumet Farm Stable which came in from New York and it will be followed tomorrow by another consignment from the same point and for the same establishment. Calumet Farm has reservations for 40 stalls and. as frequently in the past, the Warren Wright forces will be the most pretentious on the grounds. A check of recent arrivals shows that a total of 260 thoroughbreds have come in from Louisville, among them the representatives of John Marsch, Thomas Piatt, J. Warfield Rogers, Jake Lowenstein, the Murlogg Farm and Mrs. Gertrude Donovan. When they all get here, 100-odd runners will be here from New York arid almost as many from California to augment those from Louisville and from Hawthorne. This morning Robert McGarvey and L. V. Bellew, Jr., transferred the thoroughbreds they train from Hawthorne to Washington Park. Expected From California Some of those due from California are the horses owned by Louis B. Mayer, Emil Schwartzhaupt, C. U. Yaeger, Neil Rasmus-sen and R. A. Lewis. All of the most important stables that have been racing in Chicago all spring will be here including those maintained by John M. Hutchins, Mrs. A. M. Creech, Xen McNair, Joe Kohout, River Divide Farm, Capt. David Rosenbaum, Mrs. Emil Dene-mark. Hyman Friedberg, H. L. King and S. D. Sidell. Meanwhile racing secretary Fred Burton is busy with the affairs of his department. Today he still was receiving nominations in the mail for the 0,000 Clang Handicap, the first of Arlingtons many attractive stakes. This feature will be run next Wednesday over six furlongs and will bring out some of the best sprinters in the Middle West. Three days later on the first Saturday of the meeting there will be two stakes, the 5,000 Hyde Park Stakes for two-year-olds and the equally rich Princess Doreen Stakes for three-year-old fillies. The seasons opening program will be highlighted by a pair of condition races, the ,000 Spokane Purse and the ,500 Granville Purse. The Spokane is a sprint of seven furlongs for three-year-olds and upward and the Granville is a run of a mile and a furlong for older horses.