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TEE HEES CIRCUS STUNT Beulah Park Patrons Witness Unusual Happening Not Carded on Program. COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 6.— The final Ladies Day of the present Beulah Iark meeting found a large capacity crowd of the fair sex on hand to witness the various contests, which proved most interesting. Dull overhead skies prevailed, coupled with a slight cool wind, but the track was in the best of condition. An incident extraordinary was furnished in the fourth race, when Tee Hee. which had been acting fractiously at the barrier, lunged sideways and in landing fell over the outer rail, with jockey Jenkins escaping. The Freeman filly raced for ten minutes about the surrounding farms before being recaptured and again led to *he post, where the rest of the riders dismounted and were circling their mounts. Once lined up again, the starter quickly sent them away, only to have Jennys Dream and Tee Hee stand there, while Queen of Sheba dashed to the lead, which she never at any stage was in danger of losing, winning eased up over Buckaroo, which, closing stoutly, got up to displace Wood Cricket. Wilmer the Wizard which races in the silks of J. Hayes, won the mile and seventy yards event feature of the day. W. Metzers Wildcat was second, with C. H. Morrisons Billy Welch third, and Sir Ralph fourth. The start was a walking one, with Billy Wech setting the pace, followed by Quanah, while Hardy had the ultimate winner, Wilmer the Wizard, in third position well within striking distance, while Wildcat had only one horse to beat.