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DENVER MEETING TO OPEN SATURDAY. Denver. Col.. June 8. — The summer meeting of nineteen days at Overland will begin next Satardny, with the running of the Opening Handicap of oue mile, with eighty live nominations from which to draw a good iield. as the feature There probably will be ten or more starters in the race and Wad* McLeuiore*s Truly will he one of the choices, trainer Muiiford has the McLemore horses in excellent condition. Truly recently worked a fatd mile. Light O M" Life, in the stable of D. «. Nelson ami trained by Gay Gray, will also be aantbered among the starters. He has had a long rest at his owners farm in Missouri and in his morning work tie has been going along fast. Henry Walhauk will be the representative of the lam oShanter Stable. Rarsae has been taking to his work well and i- iu good racing trim. Blarney will pronabrj be the only three year-old in the race. Ht. baa grown to lie a grand looking colt. Orlin Kripp is iu the pink of condition and trainer H. W. Hoag feels sati-fieil that he will mahe a good -bowing. Other likeh starters include John firaham. Jor don Russell. Voladay Jr., Burnt Candle and Blue-Beard. -lames MrThaney, who for years has been in charge of the Jockeys room on western tracks, while en routj. here to assist Judge LeightOB, met with a painful accident at Albuquerque. In trying to hoard a train after it bad started and the brake man had closed the ve-tibule. Mclhanev grasped the hand rail hut was unable to support himself until the vestibule could be opened and he tell beneath the wheels, which crushed his right loot so badly that all the toe- had lo In- amputated. H. D. Brown ha- made an offer to V. W. Finn to take the racing management of his new Cuban track at Havana. Mr. Finn has taken the matter under con-idei atioii and will give Mr. Brown a reply on his return here from Los Angeles. Sam Kothert, who act- iu tin- capacity of timet and paddock judge a| Vatio-uvei. ha- arrived here. II, will discharge similar duties here.