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• 1 I i t I i i I , I t • t , i | | : j , RAMUS WINS THE WATERHOUSE CUP. Tom Stevens Governor Foraker Colt Has It ] Easy in the Lonq Race. Oakland. Cal., March 2. Ramus simplv played with his eight opponents in the Walerandouse Cup today. H aran one of the heal tenia that bad ever started in Otis race of two miles and a quarter. Bidden bj Graham, Ramus gatteped the othera nrne- tically lo a slanilstill without any apparent effort, in the comparatively fast time of 3:301; for tlie cuppy track. L. Williams, ritling to orders, kept I Fdwin Gnm, tpe favorite, iu the rear for nearly two miles before lie wnt him along. Mi*s Killie has all the fl —Ik a of a slayer ami horsemen predict her possible victory in tiie Thornton Stakes al four miles. Rubrics victory in the handicap was a hig surprise. Ink. the winner of the lit— t race, displayed unexpected improvement over his previous effort. Vinceiitio is entitled the palm for in and out running. Koerner displayed pronounced uperioiitv ill the saddle over Graham when he hi ught Jake Moose up with a rush anil earned the verdict in tiie last race in the final stride. .1 o. Keeue reclaimed Bogam out oi the eeeond race for 83. Jot key Planer, who rode Bryan, was | lined .$■"• lor tinting across in front on the Brat turn ia the sixth race. Sir Kdward is temporaril shelved witli a skin disease. Owner Van Onsen re fused 2,000 for 1 1 i iii. Jockey V. Dagaa returned today from Ascot ami will Balsa the Reason here. I An average off daj eard i- offered for Monday afternoon, hut some fairly uihhI performers anon among the entries, anion;.-, which nia.s be Instanced miefa as Avona, Anna Barenlna, Gohlen Sentiment; Native Stin. Grace St. Clair, Bill Mayham; ITlncentlo, Black Prime. P.otiai: Koinauie. L. M. Brattaiu. Poll t. h.t ; lsinailian. Bd Sheridan, Cardinal Sarto; Mine Gibaon, Sahara, Water Thinah B. Pondand.