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GOLD HEELS TO BE SOLD.
M'LEWEE AND BRADY WILL DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP. Rain Reduces Crowd to Regulars, Who Ignore Dreary Weather and Cash on Day's Events--Col. Bill Has Easy Time Defeating Herbert in Handicap--South Trimble Wins Race for 3 Year Olds, Carrying a $30,000 Bet for Owner Drake. Brooklyn Summaries, Sept. 19. Brooklyn Entries. Three Cushion Billiard Games.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Sep 20, 1902
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1
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[Special.]--Gen. F. C. McLewee and James Brady, known familiarly as "Diamond Jim," who, as racing partners, own the noted horses Gold Heels and Maj. Daingerfield, have decided, for some unknown reason, to dissolve, and their...

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