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TA NUN DA IS CUP WINNER BEATS MICHAEL ANGELO IN FEATURE RACE AT WOODBINE PARK. Jack Atkin Wins in Such Satisfactory Fashion That Trainer Powers Announces His Intention of ./ Starting Him in Dominion Handicap. Toronto. Out., September 2 5. — The conditions of Iwo of the race* at Woodbine this afternoon called for Canadian-owned horses. Oh of them, tbe Seagram Cap. was featured as the days attraction. It proved ■a stirring coated ud Ta Nun Da waa returned the winner. The Latter came from t -lit nt 1 in the homestretch and beat on; the tiring Michael Angela. Three favorites won. including: .lack Atkin, Star-bottle and Rash. Bad riding was reapoasible Car tbe defeat of others of the chateau. The condensed history of the Seagram Cup is given betow : Ye.;;-. Winner. A.Wt. Jockey. Val. Time. 1903 Kasv Street. ...4 17 Hoar $ 4SO 1:505 1804 Nameoki 3 118 H. Michaels 490 1:49 U03 Charles LUvood.5 114 BomsaeUI . 5»K 1:531 Una Maonraker 4 117 K. Walsh... Mm 1:391 P.tiiT Picaroon 5 122 Nieol US 1 :-4l»« 1*08 Photographer ..4 133 Harty boo l;4hj UWU Direct .! 119 BetUg 1,100 1:49 1010 Ta Nan Da ...3 138 O. Archiiid BW 1:471 TbeTf was ■ big increase in the attendance over the opening day. duo 110 doubt to the fact that no tain fell. There was also a decided improvement in track Conditions and go.nl time was made in most « f the tares, in the opening dash Barney Schrei-bera lack Atkin found the task of beating his opposition easy. With Mex-nina. Field Mouse and Magazine Withdra urn, all real oppoaition to the Scbreiber speed marvel was removed and so far did Jack Atkin look to outclass his field that the layers held him at 1 to ." . .lack Atkin made all of his own pace aad won palled up by six lengths. His race today was so Impressive that trainer John Towers announced that he had decided to start Jack Atkin in the 0,600 Dominion Handicap at Fort Erie 011 Tuesday next. He has engaged jockey Phil Mungrave to tide the berse in Mm* stake and with good weather aud it fast track the Bchreibet sprinter inaj lie a dangerous factor in the race. The colors « f Richard K. Carman were seen in front for the Oral time at the meeting when Btarbottle captured the third race from .1. II. Houghton in a driving finish. StarbotUe was a 1 to I favorite and had many rooters wlien the crucial test came. Mr. Carman, who lias already donated the stallions Terah, Acrobat and Kosemount to the Canadian Bareau of Breeding, announced today that at the done f Start lottlea racing career !;e would also donate this son of Hastings. Joekoy Archibald was in good form daring the afternoon, lie had the mounts on Jack Atkin, Star-bottle and Ta Nun Da. and on tin1 last two named shewed his ability as a finisher. John Dyment. after withdrawing Chief Kee from Hie Seagram ru| , announced that he had retired this irood three-year-old for the season. Jockey J. Wilsmi. wi:o had the mount on Van Den in the opening dash, was crowded against the inside ranee with his mount and had one of his t ves broken. Wilsons injuries necessitated the cancellation of his remaining engagements for this afternoon. Mystic Biver, a two-year-old owned hy Jack Baker, died yesterday. Tiie colt was stricken wit!; an attack of lung fever alter being shipped here from Montreal. Frank Taylor has engaged Jockey Guy Garner to ride Faunileroy in the 0,000 Dominion Handicap at Fort Brie. Karl LlnneH has secured a contract for one year on the apprentice Nicolai. and will take him to California this winter. It develops that Donald Macdonalil did not break down in his race mi Saturday last. He was Junped 0:1 during tin race and one of his tendons was ■lightly cut. S. A. Clopton has hopes of getting him to the post in the Dominion Handicap in good condition. Wilfiam Walker has arranged to ship his stable from here to California October 11. Mr. Walker tried to purchase the contract that Captain Pros grave holds on jockey Kllllngswortb. hut the latter gentleman refused to consider his offer.