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STRODE AFTER DIVISION OF DATES. • Pensacola. Fla.. April 2:1. — This marked the last day of local racing sanctioned by the Southern Jockey Club, but the management announced that tliere would be a miitinuation of the racing until April .a , the limit permissible under the laws of Florida. Nothing out of the ordinary attended todays racing, excepting that poor starting contributed to the defeats of some of he smartly backed horses. The attendance was again large and pleasant weather added to the enjoyment of the spectators. During the afternoon the officials announced that Jockey Franklin hail bean ruled off the turf for life. Thai claim lo have conclusive evidence that Franklin tried to fix Hie race won by Caltha some time ago. Frank-!i-i has aeon in Kentuckv for some time. J. C. Strode, who leaves tonight for New Orleans, had an informal conference with Ike managers beea regarding future plans for tVanweata racing. Mr. Strode, who is general manager f Hie Tampa track. law-is a curtailment of the Florida racing season and will advocate a division of dates for the Florida tracks.