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STEEPLECHASE LICENSES GRANTED. New York, March 21. At a meeting of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association the amjii-c-ition of the Marvland Jockey Club lor sanction tor jumping races during its spring meeting. May I; to Mnv 23. was granted. The Jamestown Jockey Uul was also authorized to give hurdle races at its coming Norfolk meeting, which is to open April J. The following amateurs were granted certiticates to ride during the year: Thomas Wright. Lawrence P. Smith J. S. Casey. Bayard Tuckerinan, Jr., Diiuald Deuiaresf. Lieut. E. M. Whiting. U. S. A..: John Lewis Hay, Jr., 1!. W. llaxall. Jr.. Lieut , S. Pilton U S. A.: G. B. Fenwick, Harry N. tucker. John P.oslev. Jr., Evans Tucker, James G. Leiper. Charles L. Apph-ton, B. B. Lewis. Lieut. . K. Rockwell U S. A.: Alfred Borden, David Dows. Junes Park. Philip Stevenson, Crompton Smith, Harrv W. Smith, F. G. Hosteller. F. R. Ilussey G llen Lee, B. I.. Tone, E. A. Russell, Jr., Karl Whittendale, Charles K. Harrison, Jr.. Sidney I.. loephthal. A J. A. Devercux and W. F. Wilbur. The following professional jockeys were also "ranted licenses: P. Kelleher. William Murphy. R. Gilbert. W. H. Henry. E. Wolke, E. Hoider. I. Crowley and C. Corbet t. The trainers that were licensed were: A . -M. Cuter W. II. Ilenrv. Silas Veitch, Matt Brady. 1. .1. Ileaiov, John Whalen, T. J. Donohue, .1. E. Owens. Charles Cramer and Henry Johnson. U a meeting of the board of directors of Ununited Hunts Racing Association. Perry Belmont was elected president: Oakleigh Thome, first vice-president: Ilenrv W. Bull, second vice-president: Charles L. Applcton. treasurer, and II. A. Buck, seeretarv. Saturday. May 10. and Saturday, May were decided upon as the dates for the spring meeting to be held at Belmont Park Terminal and an aliractive program, including the sportsman Steeplechase Handicap Dinner Stakes, will be announced shortly.