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f c .! p, I I ■ i 1 l a i i t t » I I FIVE FAVORITES WIN AT OAKLAWN. Cellas Colors Twice in Front — Marathon Scores in Sprint — Chinn Siqns Aubuchon. Hoi Springs, Ark.. Pehraary 21. — This was a l;.m.,i day for the talent at Oakliwti. The only ontsidef score was Water Mirror in the m ml race ami hi- victory was due largely to joeke] r. BartoaM mM„i ridiag. Had not Billy Patersoa been h-ft at ill, i osi throagb the lacoaspeteacy of Jockey Brooks, he might have won. After the others had gone fully an eighth of a mile, l.rooks set sail with bis nioiii, , and al the finish Bill] Patersoa wa- level with lh -last horse. i.o,is A. Cells fuiiiishcd two of the winners. Both wi re ridden hy Cherry. Marathon, considered a Derby possibility during the winter i it ha, hut later found wanting on account of the easy way in which his stable companion, Coaville, heal bint i I in preliminary trials tt Memphis, won the Bvi I one-half furlongs Rprial in which he imi Binoado and other fast ■hort dtetance racers. Bustle earn, i the Cells colors to victory in tin- op ning race. Uan nilial Hey won the handicap al tin [Barters of j mile. J. S. Hawkins has roU Ilip. TiBg Pang and Alline Cummiaga. The but named two were [mrcbased bj c. S. Williams. I". King secured Flip. Jockey Aubuchon todaj Bigned a contract to ride for the remaiadei of this ■easoa for P. T. Chinn.