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e I 3 1 0 3 0 0 Acclaim Aqueducts Strip . NEW YORK, N. Y., June 9.— Horsemen who stable at Aqueduct now claim their track as one of the best in the country lor training purposes. Jim Fitzsimmons says the racing strip is in very good condition. "The Aqueduct track is fast and safe," he said this morning. "Im training 40 horses over it and they are all running well and all come home in fine shape. Frankie Keogh, the new superintendent, has done a fine job on the strip. He has made it soft and level and eliminated all stones and nails and other obstacles which might in- jure a horse."