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HAMPTON DAME CONTINUES TO WIN. Windsor, Out., October 20. The Kenilworth Park card was an ordinary one today. There were again numerous withdrawals, it having rained steadily all night. A strong, cold wind was blowing and conditions were far from being conducive to good sport. Hampton Dame scored her second victory of tho meeting by winning the opener in a canter. D. II. McDaniel, since taking charge of this filly, has won three straight races for her owner, Mr. William Krausman, of Toronto. Impression scored an easy victory in the fifth race when he made a show of his opponents, and won as his rider pleased. The well-backed choice, Coreopsis, pulled up lame. Joseph Knight, who has been a visitor here, leaves tonight for New Orleans. W. A. Carter purchased J. B. Harrell yesterday for 1916.sh00. Jockey E. McEwen has been restored to good standing and will resume riding after this meeting. Tho suspension was lifted to take effect Monday, October 23. 5. II. Morton has bought Bunice from C. H. Rowe for 00.