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MUD RUNNERS AT LATONIA UNEXPECTED CHANGE IN TRACK CONDITIONS j WORKS WELL FOR THE FAVORITES. 1 i Converse Gets the Best of Dr. Carmen — Hanovia J Wins Applause for Herself and Her Rider — Col. KcNab Takes a Race. I Ci.icinnati. Ohio, October 14.— Mud racing was !! • onlcr this afternoon at the l.:i Ionia track, a ; Lard rain tliis morning continuing until post time .md changing t!ie going. As a result of the adverse eailii r conditions there was a slight falling off in -I tendance, hut not to the extent that was ex-iectod. The betting also held up in remarkably .MHi fashion and, as six of the seven favorites were successful, most of the siK-ctators had a profitable ■ lay. Spirited racing was again the ruie. the handicap lor -ill ages at three-quarters being particularly not- • ble. in, i alone In cause of the stirring finish thai it H°oduccd between Converse and Dr. Carmen, but N- from the fact that the race was ruu in 1:13% ■ utile muddy goiifg. The mile and seventy yards race, in which Han- ■ via. Floctaiiollo and Grumpy were the sole con-l.-Mants. carried with it lhe outstanding incident of ill* afternoons raeiug, due to Hanovia being practically left at the |«ist and coming on to wear I I. cl.tlM-lle down fur the purse in the last seventy . ards. The filly and rider were given a big ovation on their return to the stand. The success of the favorites l«cgaii in the opener, when Col. MeNab. which in ids previous start suf-fered dhq.ialilicatioii. just managed to outstay Sausy-iiiiii;;, which was coupled with Coiuliey as the Jeffer-- :• Livingston entry. Col. McNah had to be urged hard to last it out. Capt. Bees was an intended : uod tiling in the race, but h«* elor.rly evinced a dislike for the soft going. .John W. Klein stumbled ■iiul unseated jockey Hanover shortly after the start. Hanover escaped injury and piloted Nobleman, the favorite and winner .if the second race. Ziu Del ••flered Nobleman strong contention and it was only ill tile last sixteenth thai she could be shaken off. lhe going was exactly lo the liking of Mary H. and he l.-*d for the entire way in the fifth, but she had lo do her l est to outstay Blue Cap and Little I.igger. Mo«e Goltlblatt will take Iron Mask to Juarez for Jeffersun Livingston. The high altitude there it is thought will be beneficial to Iron Mask. ;. R. Semi. J. M. and L. J. Brown. J. I. Gaff-i neff. W. Martin. J. M. Goode. J. II. Stamiier and j# :. C. Hughes will ship to New Orleans at the close of racing here. William Oersts stable, which will be disposed of . by auction here next week, made it a double for the afternoon by the victories of Converse and St. Charleotc. The latter was so lightly regarded in ; a betting way that Ik* was grouped with others in 1 1 Ik- field. He got tip in the last stride to beat White Crown. It. L. Bakers horses will Ik- shipped to Lexington . • at the el. «:• of racing here and will Ik- later transferred to New Orleans fi r the racing there. The extensive John W. Schorr string will lie sent to Louisville from here and after a brief stay will be transferred with his other horses to New Orleair . It is Mr. Schorrs present intention to race twenty-fniir horses this winter. Jefferson Livingston will arrive tomorrow to discuss with trainer II. It. Brandt winter racing plans. He will send a division of his stable to New Orleans. Latonia work-outs this morning, with the track • slow, were: Adair — Three-eighths ill 37—. l;iaek Broom — three-eighths in 40. Consoler — Mile in 1:53. ■an— — Thn.1 mmrten in 1:23. Expectation — Mile and a half in 2:47. FUtaway — Mile in 1 :4! . Ooldcrest ltoy — Mile in 1:53. Helen Thomson -Half mile in 02%. , IiikoI — Threo-iiiiarters in 1 ::m. James Oakley — Tlirec-ijuartcrs in 1:21. Lady Worthington -Five -eighths in 1 :05%. Marse Henry- -Five-eighths in 1:05. M:it tie C.- Half mile in 53%. McAdoo— - Five-eighths la 1 :07%. Mi-s Fannie — Half mile in 53. Owana — Half mile in S3. Oiieeu of the Mist — iliree-ipiarters in 1:20. Star Actress — Half mile in 53. The Grader— Mile in l:48*r,. Thclnm Marie— Half mile in 56. IiK-le Hart— Tiiiee-quaiters in 1:21.