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SAMUELSON SAVES THE OLD TRACK. Orqanizes a Syndicate Which Buys the Lex-inqton Course from Brown Estate. ■Lexington. Ky., April 1. -Thinks to the aid of outside capital, the old Kentucky Association Course lias been sued tor racing. Wtaea the r.iue Grass Fair Assoeiatioa threa up Ita optioa on the properly. Mai A. Sainnclson. who came here 1 roiu Louisville and look up his residence aftei the late Captain Samuel S. Browa, whose eoaMeotia] man he wis. boaghl Beaorita Farm and the racetrack, determined Jo "raiVe the wind." lie eOBld gel tlie track from the Blow a estate lor tTO.OOA 5,000 cash and the rciiiainder in live years lie couldnt net the breed-era or Others here to put in with liiin so he went i Louisville. His proposition looked good to Mali .1. Winn. Charles i Grainger, c. !•. Price and l». V. Murphy, all of Louisville, and to L K. Bradley, of Chicago The caah baa beea forwarded to Ptttabarg. It is the saaerstaadteg that aaaae of the breeders have stieed to take stock enoagh to give them siifticient interest to organise an assorts lion for the conduct of racing. The spring meeting will he held April L7 lo May + and Will I BMaaged ay Mali .1. Winn.