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i ! s ; : - . i e J COLLOQUY BEATEN AT LATONIA. Cincinnati, O., October 11. Seven well filled races were again the offering at Latonia today. The attendance was good. The sport was enjoyable and the finishes close. The severe drubbing the look-niakers got on Saturday depleted their ranks and only eighteen were in line today. Colloquy sustained here first defeat in a long time when she stacked up against a good band of sprinters in the feature. Her effort to concede the big weight to the different starters, was her undoing. At that, she shouldered her 124 pounds in gallant style, but Miss Sain, with only ninety-three pounds up, kept her close company for the first half, moved by her in the stretch and came home alone. Fron-teuae, showing an improved performance, took second place from the poorly handled Beatrice K. Colloquy, wheii she tired, did so fast anil was a bad laggard at the end. Donna Elvira again scored a clever victory by beating out a fair field of niilers in the fourth. She was well backed by her connections and never gave them much cause for. uneasiness. Elated hy the success of Donna Elvira, her owner attempted a big coup on Cutter, another representative from his stable, but failed through that fillys lack of condition, Hazelthorpe heating her out in the last sixteenth tinder a good ride on the part of C. Koernor. Robert Tucker, who came down from LoulKvllle to" bet heavily on his filly, Melzar, in the last race, had to return to the Falls City tonight disappointed ou account of the poor ride that his candidate was ! i r ; subjected to, which caused her to lose by a small margin to Peoria. Green B. Morris colors were in front In this section for the first time since his campaign with Star Ituby, Lobengula and other performers known to old-timers. His representative, Mystitier, was a heavy choice in the second and just got up to snatch victory from Stoneuian in the closing strides. Bough riders were again at their tricks and the judges were forced to discipline jockeys Boadwee, Ileidel and C. Koerner, by assessing them tines of 3 each. Jockey Mountain was forced to cancel his engagements on account of an injury to his knee sustained by a fall Saturday. K. C. Bricn was a visitor and said Kercheval had gone amiss and would probably not be raced again until the California meeting begins.