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ENTRIES FOR PIMLICO STAKES. Baltimore, Md., October 23. Entries for the Pim-Hco Nursery, to lie run next spring, and the Walden, Bowie, Elkridge Steeplechase and Green Spring Valley Steeplechase, to be run during the coming fall meeting of the -Maryland Jockey Club at Pimlico, November 2 to 12, come from most of the large stables now racing in the east, and which usually appear at Pimlico, the horses being among the best of those eligible to each event. The Clabaugh Memorial, for two-year-olds, has been abandoned as a stake, as previously announced, but will probably be opened as an overnight race next spring for local breeders. This race, while productive of interest in the past, has not accomplished all its promoters hoped for, and last year an appeal was taken to the Jockey Club from a decision of the local stewards, thereby causing some unfavorable comment. The stakes to be decided are not numerous, but they are valuable enough to be eagerly competed for, especially the Bowie Handicap, such cracks as RoauierStromboli, Gainer and Buskin being among the prospective contestants. The entries nre as follows: Pimlico Nursery, for two-year-olds; foals of 1913: to be run at the spring meeting of 1015; ,000 added; four and one-half furlongs August Belmonts Tee Caddy, Fernrock, Highhorse; W. F. Blackwoods Marv Blackwood: N. Byer, one entry; E. 1?. Cas-satts Bone Head. Plaintiff, Fish Walk, Cuddle Up, Sun God, Dime Novel; A. B. Hancock, one entry; Montivelier Stable, two entries: Oak Ridge Stables Kaconteuse, Orinos Head, King Fortune; H. L. Pratt, four entries; Quinrv Stable, eight entries; Samuel Ross, seven entries; J. S. Tyree, five entries: R. E. Watkins. one entry. Walden Stakes, for two-year-olds; ,500 added; one mile A. L. Astes Jacklet; James Butlers Pebbles, Comelv, High Noon; James Fitzsinunons Headmast: Lewis Garths Star of Love; II. C. Hal-lenbecks Harry Junior; A. B. Hancocks Brian Born, Gaelic, Andrew M.: Mrs. L. A. Livingstons Archer King. Light Wing: Montpelier. Stables Sarsenet; Oneek Stables Distant Shore; Andrew Millers Lady Botha; Ral Parrs Capt. Parr: S. L. Parsons Sharpshooter. Hanson; H. L. Pratts Razzano; A. Staffords Watertown: J. S. Tyrees Herbert Temple. Celto; R. J. Waldeus Rusila; II. Wattersons Uncle Bill. Runes. Bowie Handicap, for three-year-olds and upward; ,500 added; one mile and three-quarters A. L. Astes Goldv; II. G. Bedwells Centauri: August Belmonts Stroniboli. Flittergold, Thornhill; E. R. Cassatts Flving Fairy: F. J. Colemans Tactics, Good Day; J. E. Clarks Magnet; A. P. Doyles Pa ton: Greentree Stables Gainer: J. Kellys Humiliation: Andrew .Millers Roamcr, Bac;. H. L. Pratt j Star Gaze: P. S. P. Randolphs Undercover; C. II. Bobbins Buskin: E. Schmitts Strong: Shoshone Stables Election Bet: R. E. Watkins Barne-gat. Hoi toil ; II. 1. Whitneys Pandean: Clement N. Williams Armament; Charles S. Wilsons Ivan Gardner. Green Spring Valley Steeplechase Handicap, for four-year-olds and upward; ,000 added: two and one-half miles Archibald Barklies Blankenburg; M. Dalvs Garter; J. W. Daytons Mystic Light; C. B. FJeiscbinanns Astute: Lewis Garths Skib-bereen, Gun Cotton: Thomas Hitchcocks Timber Wolf, Swish; Mr. McMurtries Cactus Bud. Pons Asiuorum; Ral Parrs Shannon Kiver: David Stevensons Syosset: J. E. Wideners Compliment. Ilelluf. El Hart. Old Salt: Thomas WrighUs Ray Brook. Elkridge Steeplechase Handicap, for three-year-olds ami upward: ,000 added: two iuil3 Archibald Barklies Blankenburg; Miss Chainblefs Chu-padero; M. Dalvs Garter: J. E. Davis Devoter, Single Stick: J. W. Daytons Promoter: C. K. Fleineliinanns Astute: Lewis Garths Sklbbereen; Thomas Hitchcocks Timber Wolf, Swish: Mr. McMurtries Cactus Bud. Pons Asiuorum: Hal Parrs Escocia. Shannon Hiver: David Stevensons Syosset: J. E. Wideners Compliment, ReJIufi" El Bart, Old Salt; Thomas Wrights. Bay Brook.