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BAD START BRINGS A HOWL. DWYER PRESENTS TURNOVER WITH FIRST RACE AT OAKLAND. Abbey Makes a Grand Effort to Get Up—* Paddy Lynch and Aaron J. Successful Favorites. Oakland. Pal., April 20.— The big crowd of racegoer- at Oakland today howled with disgust when Starter Daryer presented the first race lo Turnover, one of the outsiders in the lietting. Daryer sent her away with a live lengths advantage. The favorite, Abbey, backed for thousands of dollars, was virtually left al Ihe post, as far as winning was concerned, and could never get up in a dazzling effort. The entire held, except the winner, was Inextricably tangled up from the beginuiug. Two lukewarm favorites, Paddy Lynch and Aaron J., were successful. Outsiders accounted for the ii inaiiiiler of the card. Nabonassar was another red hot favorite whose chances of winning were eliminated at Ihe start and Milshora in the last -offered in the same respect. Willie Knapp, who will ride on the New York tracks during the summer, is on his way east. A. Keesdgskerget ha- sold Lazeli to Milt Kline for . ihe victory of the horse yesterday came rather as a surprise lo stabl connections. A decidedly improved card is offered for tomor-rea and with such fast ones as Follie L., College Widow. Create*; Byiar idsk, Nine Spot, Elevation; Royal Rogue. Nonie Lucille, Gypsy King; Sanfara, Li-aro, F. Neugent; Hossqier II. , Nappa, Pal; Ko-komo, Bedford and Toupee in evidence in the entry-lists some rattling good racing is in store for the patrons of Oakland. II. Fmsland.