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KNAPP STILL TRYING FOR A LICENSE. Jockey Club Tables His Application, With Others, and Grants Another Batch. New York, July. 24. At a meeting of thQ stewards of the Jockey Club, Vice-Chairman James R. Keene presiding, a letter was received from former jockey W. Knapp, asking for a license to ride. It was tabled, as were the applications of Arthur Red-fern and John Daly for jockey licenses. The same disposition was made of an application from T. Ross for a training license. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr., was apiKiinted steward to represent the Jockey Club at the summer meeting of the Saratoga Association. W. J. Davis, of Pullman, Wash., was grauted permission to register and name the light bay colt, foaled May 14. 1900, by Dark Secret Yule. Licenses were granted as foilows: Trainers A. Baker. Charles Boyle, G. P. Brazier, R. P. Brooks. R. Cassady. J. J. Flannigan. Waiter Grater. John W. Graver. II. II. Hyner. S. M. Henderson. J. T. Ireland, Clarence Merritt, Roger Min-ton, John Powers. C. C. Van Meter, William Walker. W. M. Wallace. Jockeys Charles .1. Garner, Francis Marshall, Matt McGoe, T. Rice, Harold Rowan. Arthur Walsh, R. Williams.