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A. K. MAC0MBER MOST LIBERAL NOMINATOR. Names 154 for Various Stakes of Saratoga Association — George Smith in Saratoga Handicap. New York. March IS. — As anticipated, A. K. Maeomber is the most liberal nominator to the stakes of the Saratoga Association, which closed Monday. No fewer than 1M entries were made by trainer Walter Jennings for the various offerings. White two subscriptions were taken out for the Saratoga Special, the big two-year-old sweepstake. Th" Macseaber entries for the Saratoga Handicap are: Hoots. Ed Crump. Hank ODay, Dick Wil HaaM, Dodge. Star Hawk. North Star III., Waist ir. Hollister. Star Master and Suribonnet. Practically the same horses are found in the Saratoga Cup. Champlaill Handicap. Merchants and Citizens, and the Delaware. The stable is also particularly well represented in the Kenner. the new thn e-year-old stake of a mile and three-sixteenths. For this race, there have been named North Star III.. War Star. Hollister. Le Chevesne, Star Gazer. Star Master. Sunbonnet. Sisaga and Seminole King. These are all found in the Travels, while there are flfteea named for the 1918 running of this famous old stake. John Sanford Enters George Smith. John Sanford has named his Kentucky Derby winner George Smith, la the Saratoga Handicap. He als,, has the three-year -olds Meteorite and Madam Curie nominated for that race. These three -rear-olds, with Spartaeus ami iranby, are the Sanford nominations for the Kenner. One snh-•eriptiou Ills been taken in the Saratoga Special by the master of Hurrieana Stud. He has made several entries in the various two-year-olds fixtures as well as in the Travers and Alabama. Arthur H. Hancock will try for the Saratoga Handicap with his good Celt inare Embroidery. while bath she and Spring are engaged in other stakes for the 1919 running of the Alabama. Mr. Hancock has named ten fillies and the stallions repres, eled are Celt. Sunstar, Spearmint, Ballot. Myram. Junior and Adam Bode. W. 11. Raker has his good three-year-old Green Jones named for the Saratoga Handicap. T. C. Bradley, another westerner, has Rig Smoke in that handicap. R. J. Mackenzie, the Canadian sportsman, has Faux Col in the Saratoga Handicap, the Cup and the Merchants and Citizens. Oeorge M. Heudrie. another Canadian, has Rancher in the Saratoga Handicap. No Purse Less than 00 at Belmont Park. Edward R. McLean has only made two-year-old nominations. They are Scotch Woodcock, a son of Leretie— Hot Bird; the ceil Rubber 1L. Japhet and Cross Dales. Hal Price Headley. the Kentucky breeder, has named ten colts in the Travers for 1919. while for the Alabama, for the suae paar, he has nominated five fillies. The Westchester Racing Association has officially announced that there will be no purses of less than pOM for flu coming season at Helmont Park. This is an increase of 00 over its lowest offering for 1910. II. C. Hallenbeck reports all his horses, including The Finn, doing well at his Meadow-brook Farm in New Jersey. James Howe was in town yesterday from Brook -dale. The weather has been so inconsistent in New-Jersey that Mr. Rowe has not yet vcuturcd from under the shed with his horses.