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LONG ISLAND TO HILARIOUS KEENE REPRESENTATIVE SHOWS GREAT . SUPERIORITY OVER HIS OPPONENTS. Runs Out of His Course Twice and Yet Is Able to Beat Fashion Plate — Complication Follows Run-Up of Follie Levy. N ■ York. June 88. — James K. Keoiios Hilarious was winner ill tin- I/ iii; Wand Handicap when he took tin- measure of Fashion Plate tin- Mctro|K litan Handicap winner ami James Griffins Czar, tin* only • wo to oppose him. lie was much the lx-st. ft* while leading he ran out badly tin the first turn and after oassiug the final furlong |Hist he went out a second linie, making it necessary for V. Powers to ride him out to win. Fashion Plate was always the second l*e*t. and each time the sou of Voter made his mistake he closed well, hut the end of the race found him kMtea liy three-quarter* of a length. Czar was m no time a Betfiaaa coiiteiMler and was beaten ofT at the finish. After the six and a half furlongs dash at the end of the program trainer Have Woodford of the Bcvcr-wy.-k Mal.le hid up BeargJi Odoms Iollie Levy, the winner. from .to:i. her entered pri -e. to 88.188. After the sale hall been made it was discovered that the Rovcrwvck Stable did not have sufficient til lids on |e|H.sit with the Coney Island Jockey Club to make good the run Ip. In the meantime the filly had been lid away hj trainer Woodford. I.ut she anal brought back and returned to owner Mom under the rules. The steeplechase of the day went to The Welkin. a Virginia marc that attracted a good following. St. Faisonay. the favorite, was raced into exhaustion chasing the pace uml tailed to finish iu the money. Minto Iwintc second and Gold Plate, an outsider, third. Hampton Court showed a wonderful improvement wbn he cantered in front all the way to win at a mile and a quarter over the turi course. Charivari, a six-year-old brother to J. It. Keenea Iron Mask, beat a band of maidens and Meridian, a two year ■•Id that C I.. Harrison will sell July 4. haal some smart Juvenile* in the first. Jo.-kcv ;iass was suspended for two days for mis behavior at tin post on M. Cambon. An amendment to the steeplechase rules has Itcen adopted permitting three year-olds to start in steeplechases after August 1. This is to permit such s|M.rt at Saratoga ami was suggested during the winter bv August lJelmont. Sweep worked ■ mile and a quarter in 2:oS ! this morning and may start iu the Commonwealth Saturday.