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i 1 i 3 0 5 0 11 e il Double Dead Heat in Race PAWTUCKET, R. I., June 11.— A true rarity in racing was written into turf his-5 tory at Narragansett Park Saturday when a double dead-heat marked the first race, a six-furlong claiming event for four-year-olds and upward. The winner, Borden and McLaughlins British Warm, scored deci-5 sively enough by four lengths, but behind two pairs of thoroughbreds finished on even terms in second and fourth positions. Spread Eagle, owned by the J and G Stable and Macks Dream, carrying the colors of the Pilgrim Stable, dead-heated for the place. Two and one-half lengths farther back, H. G. Bedwells Maroc and Mrs. J. Kennedys Tiny Sis were deadlocked for fourth money. They finished a length and a half in advance of Lady Boswell. who was sixth.