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MARJORIE HYNES AT LAST F L Defeats Dr. Clark and Runs the - Meetings Fastest Mile So Far. S Herd Girl Takes Dodge Into Camp J and Spoils a Coup Jones Sta- a II. "ble Wins Two Races. i a i ii t! LOUISVILLE, Ky., October 11. Todays feature, ? in a mile handicap, furnished a spectacular duel, with Marjqrie Hynes aud Dr. Clark the principal figures, s both pleasuring strides on practically even terms " froni the start and fighting it out in strenuous o fashion until in the last seventy yards, where 0 Marjorje Hynes succeeded in drawing away to win by a scant length. Marjorie Hynes was in receipt j of an eighteen-pound weight concession from Dr. j Clark and was additionally benifited by the more i skillful handling she hail from Barnes, who at s present is riding in splendid form. Dr. Clark was v slightly more favored than Marjorie Hynes and from I the. ontsct began to set a great pace, but Marjorie J Hynes close proximity caused him to be under pressure even in the first half mile. He held to his j advantage gamely and on the 8tretch,,turn promised t to shake, the filly off, but Barnes had her under mild 1 restraint and when Dr. Clark began showing signs of 1 tiring ho rushed her into the lead to retain it until .tne end. Kouleau finished far in advance of , Adrqeatc, the only other starter. 1 Interesting-sport was again the rule this afternoon i aud it furnished enjoyment for another large ut- tendance. In this respect it is surprising that the visitors so. tar this fall have exceeded for a similar 1 period the crowds of last years autumn Churchill . Downs meeting. Medium-sized fields were the order in most of the .dashes, the exception coming in the fourth race, in which fifteen two-year-olds started and its running produced the best finish of the afternoon. It also brought a slight injury to jockey A. Wilson, astride Rande. when that colt stumbled "Wilson was Htapulted from the saddle, but luckily only sustained an injury of the ankle. Omnipotent, Uernice K., the latter running in the colors ot her new owner, Carl Weidemanu, and Suave 1rinee fought it out in thrilling style. Omnipotent got up in the final stride to gain the victory. After the finish J. L. Pontius, represented by Hysteria, became owner of Omnipotent via the claiming route at a cost of !j2,400. JOHN S. REARDONS GOOD RACE. John S. lteardon, in the opener, ran a good race in keeping Last One close company in the early running and- standing a hard drive in the stretch, Which enabled him to beat the far western Cahalau. Herd Girl upset what was intended to be a coup on Dodge. The latter might have won but for the rxeesslve use made of liiin in an effort to overhaul the flying Belgian Queen in the early running. About as ordinary a band as could be mustered met in the Second race, with the winner here turning up in Marine Corps, ridden by Van Dusen. He. Just did win from Marie Rappold and Toncy l4aUy. Jeanne. Bowdre broke the streak of ill-luck of the Kecne Bros, when she led the others She met from the Start and won easily. Bill and Coo and Martha Fallon were the favored ones here, but Hill and Coo, a notoriously slow beginner, never did find her racing legs and Martha Fallon was i-ut off repeatedly, resulting in her failure to even get fully settled in her stride. Birdie G. in this was again HP to her bad post behaving tricks and, is she seems hopeless, the stewards issued a notice that .her entry will not be accepted here iri the future. Jockey Scobie and trainer Kay Spence figured extensively in the afternoons proceedings. The former rode three winners, all saddled by the trainer. Two of the victors, John S. Reardon and Herd Girl, were Montfort Jones owned and Abadauc raced in the colors of W. E. Applegate. Abadaue, despite his infirmity of a bad knee, and bis aliment appeared decidedly easy to see this afternoon while on his way to the post, was made an overwhelming favorite and he led at a fast pace from tho start, covering the seven-eighths in 1:25 after leading throughout. White Star furnished a surprise by being closest to him for tho entire race and outstaying Jim Daisy for second place. Jockey K; Pool was suspended for five days by the starter for disobedience at the post. Kan ford and Cain arrived this afternoon with five horses from Kcnilworth Park, AVindsor. James Rowc, Jr., came in charge of Rocket, Cherry Tree and Brainstorm. The latter was an intended starter in tomorrows Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, had the track been muddy. The colts will be shipped back to Maryland tomorrow.