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Countess In Continues Success of Favorites . Takes Feature at Suffolk Downs And Qualifies for Commonwealth By AVERY BROWN SUFFOLK DOWNS, East Boston. Mass., May 3. — The continued -success of trainer "Ace" Williams was prevalent again at Suffolk Downs today when the veteran conditioner sent out Endovino and Alesias Countess In to triumph in the Sea Breeze Purse. He had previously saddled Mrs. G. L. Williams Miss Pin Up for her score in the second race on the program. Countess In was two lengths clear of Mrs. H. Al-brechts Roy at the end of the six furlongs, which was timed in 1:12% over a track termed good. The finish of the Sea Breeze found three eligibles for Saturdays Commonwealth Handicap finishing in three money positions, while two others, Dole and Harbour-ton, were not disgraced in their performances while finishing fifth and sixth, respectively. The 10,366 patrons who turned out for todays program conducted under ideal weather conditions were rewarded with formful racing in the first six events. In the race preceding the Sea Breeze, named in honor of jockey Joe Molbert who was fatally injured at this track just a year ago, T. G. Bensons Hy Diamond lived up to expectations and scored by four lengths over Max Kahlbaums Risk A Whirl. D. I. Jack Stables False Front was third in the field of nine starters. Like the finish of the feature, the first three to cross the finish line in the Molbert Memorial are candidates for Saturdays richer feature. The fourth race of the afternoon proved a mild upset when D. A. Rosenbaums Red Design outfinished Irving Gushens Judys Runner and Joe Gavegnanos Little Captain to post a 520 pay-off. It was in this race for three-year-olds that Mrs. H. Tbffels Irish-bred Red Anita made her New England debut. Although finishing last in the field of seven, the daughter of Magic Red — Quickly displayed keen early foot and should benefit from the outing.