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FAVORITES MAKE A SWEEP WHOLE CARD AT JAMESTOWN CAPTURED BY THE FIRST CHOICES. Scarcity of Hones Ready to Race Causes Management to Reduce Daily Number of Races from Six to Five. Norfolk. V;i.. April 4. Favorites swept J be card at Jamestown tNlay. 1 1 | ■ ■ i • ■ i ■ II.. hacked from an 1 ..pctiing of 7 to lo U 1 to 1. started the liall rolling. and Iteoriur. at I to 7. wound up the succifurful I ub]i - onslaught against Hie bookmakers. Ml was aarJet] .Hid charily day at the track. The at tendance was Hie greatest of the nn-iting. au l would ha. ben slill larger but for competition with the New York iJianls. u lio were in town lor a pal , Willi the |..cal -tale league I. a II club. Phe steeplechase resulted iii a inixup. The two , leading Ihtsos. Male Fletcher and Setae. continued around the intield instead of going on the main track . the last time around. Lizzie Klat. the winner, was running an easy third at the time. «nd prohahly woul.l have won in any event. The match race lx-tw.-cn two hunters. School Boy sind Dundee, tar th" .lamestown Cup. proved an interest in;; contest, loth horses fencing well. SchiHd I . Roy . the winner, rid.hli by Mr. M. Ryan, was loudly applauded. Dundee, ridden by Mr. t. Barry, ran inside the last two flags. . Mars 4assidy was a passenger on the steamer Keener! News, which was in collision with the . Mrii i Indiana early today. Ottilia to a scarcity of available horses the man agcuient has decided to reduce the number of races : In rive each day. As soon as a sufficient number of the horsemen re|*»rt their charge* in tit condition lo race. si i aces will lie carded. Theodore roles and William liiffemlerfer will I stable their strings of horses at tin- Jamestown track ! n.xt wiut-r. They ale pleased with its location and think the climate here is well suited to training horses during the odd season. Recent workouts: Al.c Att. II Thr.-c eighths in J$. Alice I Iii- eighth in IS. Alice Than ipiarters in 1 : 1 7 * . Ainoret 1- ive-.-ighlhs in 1 MX!. Almost ready. Bate Willie Half mile in 51». Rob Co. — Half mile in .VI. driving. Duke of Roanoke -Mile in 1 :4s. Pointing for the , jumps. Kmiixda— one -eighth in 14». Fulfill — Mile in 1 :.V.. beeka a hit jaded. Cretna Cr.-cn Mile in 1:4*3. C.x.d Friar — Mile in 1 :.". ►. A |x-or .jumper. Gees] News- Half mile in 51. C.xid-looking young Bter. Helen B. Five -eighths in ISfMf. Iligginlx.iham Tim e .punters in 1:10. 4 ;wohi tc — Three-quarters in 1:15. In splendid ] Kba|H. .!,„. it. We — Mile in 1:45$. cantering. King of Yolo -Five-eighths in 1:1*5$. Looks good. Laughing Byee Half mile in Mi. Little Klf Three-eighths in 37. tantel— Half mile in 56. Lucille K.— Seven-eighths in 1 :....•. Master fata— -Quarter in 24. Ab Andrews -Three -eigliths in Ml. handily. Neoskalccta — Mile in 1 :."iO. Olilo— Half mile in 513. handily. Paul Havis Seven-eighths in 1 ::»"?. . Inline fettle. Iayton Craves --Half mile in 523. A likely two-year-old. 1 Pins and Needles Seven eighths in 1 :.!!. Plaulland -Five-eighths in 1: C . Sim Fudge Half mile in 5:53. driving hard. Silverine Mile in l:«SL handily. Smug -Three quartets in 1 :2i . T.ikahira -Five-eighths in 1 AH,-.. Ita Golden P.iittertly — Throe-quarters in 1:181. In g.xxl form. Ti.uchw.N.,| Half mile in 54. Yaiiderlx-rrv Quatler in 25«. A good looker. West bur- - Throe ipiarters hi 1:10. liandily.