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MUDDY TRACK RACING AGAIN v ■■ ♦ ■■ ■■ G Rain Visits New Orleans and Changes the Going Radically. ;;j a ; *■ • * to to Pi Pimlico Surprises in Winning the all ,,! Main Race of the Day — Gray i Gables in a Canter. Hi I" t I .1 !i !. KEW ORLEANS, L»., Jaaaa v 20. Heavy rain Is to In the night brought with ii .i rbaage in Irach con :l ditl ns and was n «pon*ible ror wbwimm with- n aer drawahi from tke different dashes. Considering the bleak weather ■ surprisingly gener m- attendance K a :1m again p: .--.ill and seemed to enjoy the racing Imaeeaeel] •" The $ 1.500 handicap, under claiming renditious, :n m ii mile and three-sixteeath*. bronchi to the post flT« ■ atartern, sritb Translate aa aetstaading fuvorlte, hat lie suxtumbed in the flaring stride* to lh i by i. trenae outsider Pfmiieo which snddealj displayed M an improvement of form in going thought ta be •] against htaa. There was no aneMtaa of bis game i: K. neon, r ir King drove ; ini furiously all through the g] stretch sad he steadily wore Translate down to win by ■ neck aasidat i terrific dia. Gourmund was ■ „ sharp contender in the lent eighth, bat be began M swerving and it eliminated lino j, i- Ahont tlie easiest i tor.v that has been achieved i; ki by an.i racer at the are seat aweting w.i- that of Grey Babies in the sixth rare, which be won by ,, a fifteen lengths, with Garner staking aa effort to ., even restraia liim then. He rated at odds-on and justified the |»riee. Zone dArn and The v.-n gcaace ladalged in .■■ brief duel far secoad place. whieh Zone dArUMC BTOe. !. ,, Keawiaeera at the aweting started in the opener, j, with Birdie G. the one in meat esteem, sio- w.is on her good past behavior and beghnahsg forwardiy indulged Mense wi-h the lead until straightened out • in the stretch, when she took an easy lend tn win from Iaul Mleea rind Delhi .Maid. Lykea excellent riding of Bargoyne lauded thai racer ■ winner in the second race after a sharp Ktrnggle with Ulnar r near which la the early ran-■fasg set a fast pace and attempted to make a run-away race af It, bat begaa tiring near the ead. Ballot Mark was another edds-ea favoriti thai , succeeded and was mneh the best of those ii sset Coltiletti. who had the mount on biBi, eaase La tor v ■easiderable censure for his riding a course that beat Ballot Mark directly ia rroai of willow Tree. s The latter ran ■ goad race, rouside Ing it was biaj" of I si start in sosse time. SAGAMORE SORRY DISAPPOINTMENT. | i ■agaasare, favontie in. the fourth race, proved a sorry disapnoiataseal by his fa Hare to get a par ..f the pan in Cnl Taylor was the winner here i after racing In iii- best form and showing the most saved from the start. Pnnaasaa sad Plibbertygibbel divided the smaller portion of ti" purse lackey Langi admirers aga a bad to wart for a Ion-; lime until that rid -r swcc led in briaRine home ■ wianer bat Copyright ia the final race provided the winning rehiele and be outstayed Jlriio Pardaer, with Trickster II. In third place. The Xephew was elahned ant f the secoad race today by A. Marina* ror si. 7no. The claimants reareneutatlTe was winne. o:ine. lackey Joe Kederia departed today for Lsabrrille, : Kv . where he will re~t ap ror several weeks before rt parting to trainer I. C. Milam at Lexiagtaa, K . : Kederis only recently arrired here from Havana. oi-d was received here of the serious illness of Wayne .loplin. turfman. Eliaahrthtowa, Ky.. who srat a prominent figare on Aaaeriean race tracks , several year* ba . . He is coafined in s boa tai iu El Iaso. Texas aad slight hopes are entertained for hi- recovery . George Chancellor returned today from bis borne ia Ijexington. i:.. where be apeal levernl days, ii-reports all af tlie barses wintering In that sectssa « being ta the beat of health and. barring aevere weather from now on. they will be ready for early spring racfaag. loekey Lawrence Lyke won bis fir-t rict ay in i .♦_■_ when be brought Bargoyne home la front in the aeeead race today Incidentally it was chiefly due to his energetic riding thai Use Wlafrej haras got the verdict, as lie rode a powerful finish on him The Keatnekj Sackei tlul lias aaaaanced ■ donation of S23,eut to the Keatnekj state Fair at Lsmia-viHe far the erectioa of an "Old Kentucky building" at the annual exposition. This amount will b" gtvea annually if eaaaltlaaa justify it. Bteoraag ta an snnounccmeut made by general maangei Matt J. Winu.