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! DEAD OF THE LAST YEAR. To the list published in December of persons connected with the turf who died in the course of the year 1907. are to be added the following: PATTESON, T. C. At Toronto, On t., September 21. Was the founder of the Ontario Jockey Club and a patron of racing to the time of his death. Was formerly editor of the Toronto Mail and a frequest contributor to the press on questions pertaining to the turf. KNIGHT. WILLIAM H. At Nicholasville. Ky.. December 21. Was one of the leading breeders of Jessamine County. Ky. CARTER. J. At Toronto. Out., September 18. Was a well-known trainer of running horses. IIOLLENBACK. C. M. At New Orleans. La.. April 22. Was a well-known owner and trainer. CURTIS, W. J. At Cincinnati. O., April 29. Was an old-time jockey. MANNHEIMER. MEYEB. At New York. December 1. Was a bookmaker operating on the New York tracks. SCOTT, ANDBEW. At Chicago, June 11. Was formerly well known on the local tracks. PALMS. FRLD. At Hast St. l.oiiis. Mi*. December ML Was a successful rider a nuiiib.,- of eais Sign. Was thirty years old. Horse* that died in 1907 and not contained in the list heretofore published were the following: Lights Out. eh. g, !. hy Pirate of Penzance — Cleam. Emperor of Norfolk, b. h. 22. by Norfolk — Marion. Cold Quartz, eh. g. 2. by Goldfinch — Clenolia. King of Troy. b. h. .".. by Tithonns -Yaleriana. Oliver Cromwell. h. h. 5. by The Commoner — Annie Ciiinu. Foals of l!Mlt; Chestnut colt, by Lord Esferling - I.ucrece. Brown colt, by The Devil Paola. Foals of i!M 7- Brown colt, by Galore— Cleophus.