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ELIZABETH K. VICTORIOUS Forced to Do Best to Outlast Six Pence in Beulah Parks Main Race. COI4UMBU8, Ohio, April 26.— .1. Kellers Elisabeth K. was victorious in the sixth race which served as the feature at Beulah Ijtk this afternoon. The rac.e was closely ccatcsteel with Elisabeth K. holding- to a slight, lead throughout. Six Ience after ."ollowir.g the early leaders closely moved up on the outside in the run home and over,-hau!::ij? lunsight vas pressing the winner closely and forced her to do her best at the firish. Gnanssht showed a creditable performance and held on well in the final drive. "old weather prevailed but overhead conditions were excellent and the track was again fast and at its best. The attendance was up to its usual high mark. Krlanger scored handily for W. A. McKin-ney in the fifth race with Sir Ralph snatching second place from Hopeful in the final stride. Bfcecfc Mask showtd the way to his opponents throughout in the closing race but was hard pressed at the end to stall off Mart Hunch. Jockey EL Mileman. who had the mount on I.ang Syne in the second race suffered a wrenched back and was severely shaken up when the latter. In falling, rolled over llilemans prostrate body. The unlucky rider was taken to Mt. Carmel hospital for ■ further examination. T. .1. Abrams KI Astro scored in the third after leading all the way but was in danger near the end when Master ltlue came from the rear in the final eighth and finished fast. The latter gained the place decision over Harriskane in the last few ards and was gaining on the winner at the end. Hoover, ridden by jockey J. Connors, made a show of his opposition in the fourth race. Prawing away into a long lead after the first quarter, the winner was well in hand at the end and won with ease. Cromwell was a distant second with Horinga just lasting to save third place. In the opening race for maiden three-year-olds and upward at five and a half furlongs, Austrelette graduated into the winning class in outrunning her opponents throughout the running. DeCrado followed the leader closely at all stages and saved second place. Two of the starters in the second race, Lang Syne and Happy Hobo, acted fractious-ly at the barrier and when the start came along I.ang Syne swerved into Happy Hobo and bumped the latter hard. The impact threw I-ang Syne off his balance and canned him to fall in the first strides. This did not hinder Happy Hobos chances when the latter, recovering quickly, raced to the front and set a fast pace to the stretch, where Merry came to the outside of the leader and wore the latter down in a hard drive to score by a slight margin at the finish.