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ALICE F. IS A FILLY OF CLASS. Bassetlaws Fast Daughter Wins Well Over the Oakland Track. Oakland. CM., May 25.— Today 1 card was p.M.r for a half holiday. The racing was marked by fie-.jneiit nps. -is. tfarkie Meyer wa- ill.- only *ucce*fl ful favorite. There was a tremendous plunge on .p.- Coyne in the fourth race, which came to naught Sanfara in the hkSl also failed. Van Ness in the tilth receded steadO] in the betting. Fischer r .h-the old campaigner and got him away last in a field of twelve. As the rac was run this was the only way Van Ness could have lost. An Interesting incident was the uncovering of a coming juvenile star in Alice l-".. in the Introductory two-year-old sprint. ;.m..i weather prevailed, the track was fast and the attendance approximated 12,000. Former jockey Eugene HUdebrand will campaign a few racer* ai tin- Denver meeting. An attractive program is offered for Monday afternoon ami with such speedy horse* as si. hVodnn, liisii Mike. Altnir: Burning Bush, Tafentosa. Syca more: The Skipper, Tit as 11.. I/ord of the Purest: Native Son. o,--iper !L. Koyal Bogue; Bragg. Christine a.. Sahara; btaaaa, Joe Coyne and Eduardo likely to i,c -.-. n iii a. lion sonu- fast performances may be recorded. H. 1orsland.