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BOOKINGS FOR MARLBORO MEETING. Washington. D. C September 20. — The following horsemen have already made reservations for stabling accommodations for the opening meeting of the Southern Maryland Racing Association at Marlboro, Md., October 4-14: P. 8. P. Randolph, 5; C. C. Sinithson, 4: A. A. Allen, 4; CHnt Ie Witt. 10: Abe Carson. S; H. FDppen. 3; II. Rites, 0; John Farrell. 4: J. Johnson, ■2- N. K. Heal. 4; F. Lightfoot, 0: Frank Frisbie. ."»: George Lvdeeker. 2: II. Willowby. 2; John Horan. St; Joseph Brooks, 2; W. II. Nevins. 2; John Coleman. 2; 11. C. Constantino. 2: p. Horan, 5; R. King. S; E tteTbet*. 8l Tom Wilson, .".: John J. Vaaej . 2; P. M. Walker. :,; A. Mollnelli. 3: II. Harris. .I; Joseph West. ::: W. A. Mulligan. :!: G. He**, 2; T. E. Alannix. It; W. Midgley. 0: M. Myers. 4: Frank Bray. 4: W. Keating. 10: Fred Miller. 5; Mr. Taylor. 3; J. li. Me.Giiuiis, 4; J. McLaughlin, 4; S. . Streett. 5; lxui Kinney, 2; Carter Hall. 4, and David Dunlop. 4. The idea f racing at Marlboro this fall is taking well with the people of Washington, who have had no chance to patronize the sM rt since the spring of 1908. Washington is one of the liost racing towns In the country. Many of the private boacea at the Southern Maryland Associations track have been taken by citizens of Washington who used to patronize the clubhouse at Penning, and the sale of sea son -badges is going on right tiriskly. The track is ready for racing, and the going is in euch excellent condition horses are working halves over it in Corty -eight seconds.