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WARBLER AGAIN A WINNER J. 0. TALBOTTS RECENT PURCHASE SCORES HIS FIFTH CONSECUTIVE VICTORY. Progressive Scores Over Guy Fisher and Others in Atlantic Hotel Handicap Harebell Is Disqualified. Norfolk, Vn November 125. The program offered by the Jamestown Jockey Club this afternoon was built around the Atlantic Hotel Handicap, si dash if one mile for all ages. It brought out a smart Held and Incidentally furnished a splendid contest, in which F. K. Urowifs Progressive beat Guv Fisher by three parts of a length in a stirring stretch drive. Tue race was marked bv heavy wagering, with Sickle and Tartar ruling as choices. Tartar broke slowly and after being outpaced in the early running closed a big gap and finished a fast going third. The tirst disqualification of the meeting came with the running of the third race, in which Harebell finished second to Executor. In entering the homestretch. Harebell crossed over in front of Hay oLight. seriously interfering with the chances of the latter. Nathan was forced to pull Hay oLight up. The change in the placing gave Song of Valley second money and Supreme third. Warbler scored his fourth straight victory of the meeting and his third straight in the colors of .1. . Talbott when he won tlie lifth race. Despite Warblers good races here, I.ace had the call over him with the nubile. The race w.as marked by a terrific early pace. Warbler went right along with I.ace from the start. The tirst quarter was run in :23 and the half mile in :47and. In entering the homestretch, I-aee quit and Royal Meteor moved up with a rush. Warbler went on courageously under punishment, however, and outgamed Royal Meteor by a neck. The six furlongs were run in 1 :!:;. it beiug the fastest race of the meeting. Fred Musante purchased Kurd Mai today and J. W. Iledrick bought the two-year-old Hull Dog from I.. Iilume. Several more stables departed for Charleston this -Wyoming, iinjong tliem the horses owned ,by George 1 ruley and H. Warner. Two special trains will leave for Palmetto Park on Thursday, each of which will be made up of ten cars. There will be close to 250 In this consignment, including a majority of the big stables. Starter A. Harrett Dade will leave for his home in Hopkinsville, Ky., at the conclusion of the Norfolk meeting to rest until the opening of next seasons racing in Maryland. Mr. Dade will do the starting at PInilico and on the tracks comprising the Canadian Racing Associations circuit next yesr. It is understood that those in charge of" the management of the coming winter meeting at Charleston have made up a list of undesirables whose presence at Palmetto Park will not be tolerated. It Is said that some former jockeys and others who have been acting as go-betweens will be shown the gate if they attempt to gain admission.