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MAY RACE AT OAKLAND ALL SUMMER. Big Attendance Keeps Up Notwithstanding Mediocre Cards — Sandy Holds His Form. Oakland. Cal.. April 22. — The continuance of ideal weather Car the king of outdoor spoils keeps the attendance up lo the high water mark despite 1 lie tietpuutly mediocre program- such as hat of today. A quartette of ling favorites of the makeshift variety met defeat. They were B. Thankful, Ianique. Nappa ami Bedfi.nl in the hrst, second, fourth and silh i.oe- ic-: e.tiely . and with the possible exception of the lirsl named, were bealen by lietter luu-.es in Ihe winner-. otiio. Koyal Rogue and MlWI A prodigious niimlier of misguidul plunges lliat went astray materialized during the afternoon. Jockey Sandy again distinguished himself in the saddle. He won with Hack MoOowan and Corri-gan and was knocking at the door with his other uionnls. Outsider- practically monopolized Hie card. orrigan was Hie only winning favorite. The rumor thai racing will be t tinned hen. bjbj il fall will not down. George Kose left for l.os Angeles this morning on 111- way east. C. K. Durnell left for the ea-t Sunday morning. He was accompanied by Jockey F. Dugau. Fireball was shipped east today with several of the Keen. horses. Durnell sold Laura V. II to C. B. Irwin for sum. C. L. Mackey has arrived from Ascot witb Lydie Wroiisuian. S. Martin. F. e. Blum and J. D. Brown •hipped horses here in the same car. W. Walker has sold Husky lo the Sierra Neva Ti Stable. He bought back Iras from W. Duiker. An aerage card is provided for tomorrow afternoon and with Baboo, Last io, Charay; May Amelia, Azusa, La Kose; Byronerdale, Foncasta, Fury; Reservation, Cabin, Talamund; Gossiper II. . Bill Mayhain, Lord of the Vale; Kokomo, Geuimell, and Blagg among the useful horses entered, the racing may prove of au interesting character. H. Forsland.