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ENFILADE AND LOFTUS Prove Winning Combination in Main Race at Laurel Park. Fillys Gameness and Jockeys Powerful Finish Too Much for Quietude. LAUREL, Md., October C. Enfilades great gameness and jockey Loftus superiority over Sande were responsible for the victory of Mortemer L. Schwartz mare over Quietude in the three-quarters of a mile handicap at Laurel this afternoon. This race, which was provided as an attraction, furnished a stirring contest in which both Enfilade and Loftus showed to splendid advantage. Loftus rode a powerful finish and Enfilade would not give up and. passing The finishing mark, she was a nose in front of the lightly weighted Quietude. In the inaugural dash Allivan, which was Incorrectly sent out in the entries as Sullivan, scored a nose victory over Tattle after the latter had showed the way to the last eighth. Another close finish marked the following race, in which Commander Ross English-bred Welshmans Folly beat Pibroch in a terrific drive, the result of, which was in doubt until the final stride. The Desert proved easily best in the third race and won without being fully extended. Samuel ltoss Crank came out of his race on Saturday in bad condition. In n jam shortly after the start Crank was struck and cut in some manner on both front legs and Sunday morning both legs had filled. It will be probably two weeks before Crank is seen under colors again. While the great two-year-old Man o War will not be seen in a race in1 Maryland this fall, it is not J m probable that the patrons ofLaurel will sec the-futurity, winner. Samuel D. Riddle has been asked to let Man o War come down from the Riddle Farm near Berlin, Mil., and parade with colors up some racing day between races and Mr. Riddle likely will consent, in as much as the son of Fair Play has" not yet been turned into the fields. After the lhst race Saturday J. E. Davis claimed Thrift from T. Crist for ,105. and Scotch Verdict was claimed by his owner for ,900. A few days ago Crist had claimed The Decision from Captain Davis for ,700. Sibola was claimed by J. W. Bean for ,555. Belario had no trouble winning the fifth, which called for maiden jockeys, the successful rider receiving 0 from the Maryland State Fair, J. Rowan lauding the prize. A spirited finisli took place in the sixth race, Elected II. earning a nose decision over Lazy Lou, while Orestes easily accounted for the closing dash.