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1 - ; t j i 1 1 t | 1 : ! MEMPHIS TO HAVE SOME RACING. 1-ouisville. Ky.. May 12.-.|ohn Peisica. a wealthy amusimeiii promoter of Memphis, who came here to see Ihe running of the Derby, brought the news that raaariaaj racing is to be revived ill Memphis bv the Tti S.atc Fair AssiM-iation at the big fair to he held . there September 27 to October 4. Frank D. Fuller is the present maiiaui of the Tri-State Fair Asso-iatioii and he asked Mr. Pcrsica to sec a number of tie- Itorsemeii at tlmrehill l owns in regard to the- racing at Meaaahia, The purses to be hung up are . to range in value from UH to S8M. The propoM-d meeting, with ruiining races as a prominent feature, is an entering wedge that may lead to the opening of Montgomery Park next aarfaa; and a revival of the great spring racing for which M.-niphis was formerly famous.