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WAS NOTED OWNER IN 0TH.ER DAYS. X W ,l IHffc Male!, |3. Hem all.; , . I Lewee, a sptirtsmau won for years cut an impeiiani figure im in. American turl tiled last Wiiluesda ■iitei n""ii .I heart disease while seated in his office ai .;n tburch street ior nian.v , .ar- i he I ml Ill m lit F. I Mi I ■ v i". owned ami raced - e of the most ■ mu n* horses thai have ever been shown in ihi- cuuutn Vs ; lie as ItMCS the silk- wen sttll boh lumen louslj p.ipular and successful, and ii was in Ihal year tl.-l .•■id Heels "ii both the Suburbau ami the Bright ■ llamlieap for the firm. Maim Daingerfield, winner of 4,580, was another thai the same yeai n I with wonderful suci ess. In the early nintie- Hn MeLewve string was I even in, He notahli ..in-, including Vorkvllle Belle. uinini of , M .Mi; D..I. I. in-, will MP! of Sllloij Den i..ii/... « iim.i uf siin.iji.s; si, Francis, i:..w,-, and mau others that ligured prtmilneutl.t in m i ..i-;..; . For several seasons General McLewee had not taken an active part in Ike turf. Inn the deeda .i his b.is,.- adll evet he ■ bright page in the UbUort u the spoil.