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SCRATCHING FOLLOWS RAIN PALMETTO PARK CARD IS RIDDLED BY WITHDRAWALS FROM VARIOUS RACES. Downpour of Monday Night Leaves Course in Bad Condition Brynlimah Beats Joe Dei-bold at Long: Odds. Chart on, S. C, December 30. Uain that fell copiously during the night left the Palmetto Park track in had shap; for this afternoons racing anil account-! for wholesale withdrawals from the dif-lcrent races. The two handicaps which were intended as features, suffered most as a result of the scratching, in the mile and seventy yards handicap lor all ages, Rrynlimah heat the stoutly-backed odds in favorite, Joe Reihold. The winner, accord-lug to re-ort, was to have been the medium for a lxtting coup next Saturday when he would he eligible to meet easier game and his immediate connections arc said to have allowed him to rim unbacked today. .Someone, however, conversant with his good form, hit Hie ring pill hard, for support for him at 20 Jo 1 was steady and persistent, .loe Delbohl w nit out in the lirst hair as ir lie would spread-eagle his opponents, but he began to lag after rounding into tin. stretch, lirynlimah, which had been a close follower after going half a mile, began to gain steadily in the last furlong and had little lilliculty in wearing down the favorite near the cud. Jlie handicap at six furlongs in which all-aged horses alsj ran. went to Deduction, the favorite, after r hard drive to outstay Supreme. Lady Lightning, which was expected to furnish the most serious contention to Deduction, retired in the stretch and was beaten for third money by Verena. Kobert Brandley and Serenatn, both favorites, won the lifth and sixth races respectively. The last-named had to be driven out to the last ounce to get home first, but Robert itradley had a comparatively eusy time of It to dispose of Ralph I.lovd, the runner up. After the finish W. R. Mizell, owner of Ralph Lb-rd .hid Robert Rradley np to SCOO from Srn eiKci-etfpnce of yiot and secured him. Another 1 rim up came when Laura took the second race. She was In for $:10: and was bid up to 00 and bought by J. . Taibott. Arthur Wrispen, recently rc-rnsraied by Judge Charles F. Price, at Juarez, was an arrival todav and will make application for a license to the Jockey Club to enable him to ride here. Robert T. .McKeever, who holds a contract on this rider, came with him and will make his engagements. W. McCloml sold Scrimmage at private terms to .7. L. Shaffer. Vanir was sold bv T. J. G refer to F. H. Baird. Todays attendance, considering the unpropitlous weather, was good and betting action in the ring was brisk. Most of the layers again lost. Among todays arrivals were Charles Jones and Tom Dufour, of Atlanta: J. Doyle, of Savannah, and Charles Lynch, of Columbia. II. G. Bedwell, being dissatisfied with jockey Ie-rondes handling of the nlly Dally Waters in her race on Monday last, lias suspended the boy. J. S. Ward purchased from W. C. Weant the filly Ann Tilly, which was claimed out of a selling race from Archie Zimmcr yesterday. Track conditions were bad this morning and only necessary trials were indulged in by a tew horses. Among the best work-outs were: Americus Half mile in 55. Ronnie Lloise .Mile in 1:51. "buckles Three-quarters in 1:1S. tViekspur Three-quarters in 1:20. Coming Coon Three-quarters in 1:22. Cnttyhimk Mile in 1:51. Dartworth Mile in 1:51. Dicks Pet Three-quarters in 1:21. Dr. Kendall Five-eighths in 1:0S. Kffendi--Three-quarters in 1:20. Flask Five-eighths in 1:05. G. M. Miller Mile in 1:53." Good Day Three-quarters in 1:24. Gordon Three-quarters in 1:23. Jack Kellogg Threequarters in 1:21. John Furlong Mile in 1:40. Malik; Three-quarters in 1:22. Alary Ann K.--Mile in 1:51. Over the Sands Mile in 1:52. Pardner Iialf mile in 52. Republican Mile in 1:40. Roiling Stone Half mile m 53. Semiquaver Five-eighths in 1:0". Tay Pay Mile in 1:54. Toddling Half mile in 53. Woodrow Three-quarters in 1 :24 Yenghee Half mile in 51. Yorkshire Roy Half mile in 52.