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LUKE FAILS MS FKIENDS . SUCCUMBS TO VOGUE IN A RACE SUPPOSED 10 BE AT HIS MERCY. Liberator an Easy Winner — Marion Goosby and Lady Vandergrift Take Good Races — Several Horses Fall Without Serious Results. I. misvillc. Ky., September 21. — Todays racing developed frequent surprises, thief of which was the defeat of I. uk.- in t lit- three-quarters liaiulica ; . for ■v Ii i -li lie ruled :ui overwhelming favorite on account of being regard ii as almost a certain winner. His measure was taken by Vane, which incidentally mated her third successive victory in :is many starts since tlie beginning of fall racing in Kentucky. Luke slewed liis usual high order of s| eed and came to the last eighth with what appeared a winning lead, hut lie tired badly mar the end and fell a ready victim to Vogues challenge. l!an ivia also fjU going fast at the end and would have been second in a few more strides. The cool weather winch prevailed today, afforded a welcome relief from the heat and was a factor towards bringing out another good crowd to «witno.s the decision of the seven races carded at Douglas Turk. Six of the races were und-r selling conditions. 1 iu brought out unusually good horses. Most of the contests were dose, t Ik- exception being the third, of which T. . McDowells Liberator made a runaway affair and w n as his rider pleased. Maznil; was an intended good thing in this race, hut he was never a factor. Oakland, starting for the first lime this fall and at a long price, took second place over White Crown. Mi-s Fielder and Cardigan Were gieea the call ill the opener, hut neither was in the hunt, the purs" going to Marion Joosby, with Char-ineiis« and Furlong second and third. John V,. Schorrs Lady Vandergrlft emerged from the maiden class when she heat eleven other non-winning fillies. Margaret E. gave her a hard battle in the last eighth. A mishap in the fifth race, in which thirteen Started and three fell, came near to having serious l-esults. but fortunately terminated with only a severe but not serious injury to jockey C. loans, who had the mount on iiielrna Mario. Jerry, rdden by Dtt, and Dick West, on which Connelly lad the mount, were tl.e others to fall. Bath boys escaped with a shaking up. The mishap came shortly after the start, when in scurrying for positions. Thelina Marie either struck the heels of the horse in trout or was crowded by those coming over funi the outside. She was in a forward ik -sitioii at the time and when she went down there whs little time for the otiiers to pull out of her wax. Tin* accVnmt caused a leg Jumble and allowed Paynin-tci. an extreme outsider, to get into ■ i lone lead and win from Harry Gardner ami "saino. linpressive. the favorite, was knocked on1 of it completely and was pulled up. Jockey Jones* injuries ■•• nsisted of a bad cut on his leg about t.ui incic long ami minor bruises. Vogue- came on; of her race badly cut. as the ret Hit of a kick while at the post. Former Congre-sniuu A. O. Stanley, democratic nominee for governor and Mrs. Stanley, were among the- guests at the track this afternoon and enjoyed the- races from Manager Haehnieisteis box. f. II. Cromwell was in A. . Stanleys party. lie left for Lexington tonight. CoppertOWU was ordered withdrawn by tin- stewards from the sixth race on account of the Canadian Racing Associations ruling against him. Jockey .1. Montours license baa not been granted, ace, rdiiig to T. II. Talbot, the member representing tin- Kentmky State Racing Commission at all the tracks. Secretary IVareo , liis morning distributed the pro-grain books for the Churchill Downs eight days meeting, which follows the racing here. Louisville work cut- • n a fast track this morning were: .* ltainaha -Three aasrters in 1:18%. Aunt losie— Three eighths in .57. Aristocrat Three-quarters in 1:17:1-. Billy Culbert on Three-eighths in 38. II ■ in nan Three qaarters in 1:30. Blanchita Three-quarters in 1:18%. Bnsiners Agent — Half mile iu 55. Clynta— Three-quarters in 1:17%. checks — Three-qoarters in 1:18. 1iinitri — Three-quarters in 1:10. Dodge — Three-quarters iu 1:18. Expectation— Two miles in 3:33. Rnlde Post— Mile in 1:49*4. Ha thorn — Three-quarters in 1:18%. .T. J. Mnrdock— Five-eighths in 1:07. Korfhage— Three-quarters in 1:1K, Little Sister Three eighths in ."7. Manager VY.tite Mile in 1:44. Prospect Three fiiartcrs in 1:17*4. Rifle Sh liter Three-eighths in 38. Star Actress — Three quarters in 1:18%. Stipple— Mile in 1 :4S. The Grader Five-eighths in 1:04%. Type — Three-quarters in 1:17%. Uncle Hart -Mile iu 1:51%. Water Warbler — Thro •■eighths in 4-.