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Twenty Years Ago Today NOVEMBER 22, 1902. There was racing at Latonia, Ingbside and Benning. Jockey J. Ranch rode three winners at In-gleside. Mose Goldblatt left today for New Orleans with seventeen horses. Jockey Frank ONeill was today suspended indefinitely for his ride on Sanber at Latonia Wednesday, November 19. Woolgatherer, with 147 pounds in the saddle, won the Hunters Champion Steeplechase from nine other jumpers at Benning. Judge Joseph A. Murphy in an interview at St. Louis, Mo., denied that he had been in Chicago to promote a new race track, stating that a new track with the ones already there would only injure the sport. The Latonia fall meeting of twenty-five days ended today. A total of ,470 was distributed among the owners, of whom J. W. Pugh was the largest winner. Trocadero was the biggest winner among the horses and Helgesen carried off the riding honors.