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SEAGRAM MAY WIN" KINGS PLATE. Toronto. Ont., May 10. — J. E. Seagrams Assemblyman has been installed the favorite at odds ol 2 lo 1 in the future betting on the Kinus Plate, which will be the feature of the opening day at Woodbine. May 18. Public Interest in the forty eighth running for the Plate has been cotisidcraltly le-s than usual for the reason that no future books are operating in Canada this year. A Buffalo layer has been doing a good business by quoting odds on the event, which can be accepted as the present relative chances of the candidates. In the separate betting Seagrams Assemblyman ie quoted at 2 10 1: Becks Photograher, 3 to I; Seagrams Sea Wall. 4 to l;Kirktields Wicklight. Davies Capstan and Seagrams Haifa Crown are each held at lo to 1. Hendries Denhaui and on and Millers Half Caste, 12 to 1, while some admirers of Dy-inetits Dutch Girl and Seagrams Reine de Saxe are taking a little of the U to 1 laid against their ehauees. Hendries Kelpie, Seainams Haruko and Super Dance, Woods Kelvin and Boyles Hillhurst are each to be had in the future book at 2l» to 1. In the coupled betting the Seagram entry Is quoted at 7 to 10; Davies coupled, 8 to 1 ; the Heiidrie and Kirklield entries at lb while 12 to 1 is offered on the hopes of the Dyineut stable. aaaaraaeea have been received from Detroit that a large detegathm or horsemen from that city will BC ill attendance through the entire Woodbine meeting. The work watchers were out in full force this morning to see the gallops, although they had a ehilly time of it. The training of the horses now here has l,eeii eontiiied to cantering, hut Work will begta in earnest in a day or two.