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Two 0,000 Prizes Top Aqueduct Spring Roster Brooklyn and Dwyer Richest of Nine Features to Be Renewed AQUEDUCT, L. I., N. Y., June 15.— " Headed by two 0,000 fixtures, the spring I meeting of the Queens County Jockey Club, , which opens at Aqueduct on June 25, will 1 present nine stakes during the 18-day f meeting. Theodore J. Knapp, president, i announced the dates yesterday for the running of the events, which equal in number r and values the events of a year ago during , Aqueducts first meeting. The richest feature will be the Brooklyn " Handicap, at a mile and a quarter, for r three-year-olds and upward, which is to be f run on Wednesday, July 4, and the Dwyer, •» at a mile and a quarter, for three-year-olds, which will head the program on closing day, Saturday, July 14. Entries for the e stakes close Friday, June 15. The list of f stakes follows: June 25 — Queens County Handicap, • 0,000, three-year-olds and upward, one e and one-sixteenth miles. June 30 — Astoria Stakes. ,500; 2-year-old - fillies, five and a half furlongs; Carter r Handicap. 0,000, three-year-olds and upward, . seven furlongs. July 4— Tremont Stakes. ,500, two-year-old colts and geldings, five and a half furlongs: Brooklyn Handicap, 0,000, three-year-olds and upward, one and one-quarter miles. July 7— Gazelle Stakes, 0,000, three-year-old !- fillies, one and one-sixteenth h miles. July 10— Shevlin Stakes. 0,000, three-year-olds, one and one-sixteenth miles. July 14— Dwyer Stakes. 0,000, three-" year-olds, one and one-quarter miles; Great American Stakes. 0,000, two-year-olds, six furlongs.