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► ! Plenty of Activity At Arlington Park Fanfare and Jennie Lee Join Calumet Unit; Aunt Jinny, Rough n Tumble in Quarters Arlington Park was bustling with activity yesterday as more top stables checked in for tries at the record-breaking 1951 stakes line-up. The Silver Jubilee season at Arlington opens June 18, and there are. already 60 horses on the grounds, more-expected daily. Calumet Farms Derby Trial winner, Fanfare, and -the Bull Lea filly,. Jennie Lee, were vanned over from Washington Park yesterday, completing the early-season line-up for the Calumet Eastern division. Duval Headley, owner-breeder-trainer of the 1950 two-year-old filly champion, Aunt Jinny, arrived yesterday from Louisville with 17 head, including his 1950 champion. Also in the Headley band is the two-year-old Half Crown filly, Crownlet, who already has racked up wins in the Lafayette and Debutante Stakes this year. Crownlet is on the eligible list for both the Arlington Lassie and Princess Pat Stakes, the latter run at Washington Park. Calumet Group Works Out Another Friday morning arrival was Mel-vin "Sunshine" Calvert with 12 head, including Mrs. F. A. Genters duo of Roughn Tumble and Unbridled. Roughn Tumble, knocked out of the early classics by an injury, will train at Arlington Park. Roughn Tumble is named for the Arlington Classic, American Derby, and the Washington Park Handicap. The Calumet group, under the direction of Ben Jones, worked out in three shifts yesterday morning on the one-mile training track. Clarence Brinkman, track superintendent, reported that preparation is almost complete on the main oval, and that it will be ready for horses the first of next week. Roughn Tumble was-scheduled for a walk on the training track Sunday, with more intensive work the first of the week.