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LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24,
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up analnst It when she tries to beat
HERALD'S ASCOT FORM CHART
Dig lien.
Lacene should appreciate her light iill?2™T
Jfln 23. Presidlngjtidgo \V. A. Hamilton. Starter Jakn
4 F Oil
v..
Impost nnd beat Hector out of the Moltman. Weather .elewr.jtrnr.K fant.
show money. Anything greater should 944 PIIlST BACK—Si* furlong*, four-year-olds and upward, nclllns.
not he expected.
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Th« rnce should result Big Ben, Hes- \u25a0\u25a0"Vl
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*4. SE pin". Jockey.
—I 4..W'-J'Ji
Kfl 431
ter W, I,aecne.
212 JV*™
IJehten.
3 i,4
3 1 "12 T>onvltj!
10" 20
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futurir
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The first race on the cord
23
22
3 3 2 2 Hooker
7-.'. 11-10
774,
4 i- T.
4... 101 r. B 1 4 1
rust quality
l 11 front* with
43
31 llarrl
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ity rourse selling dosh with eleven can/^ 'oK'J'f^jSg/ 6 PmM^J I
on A,7lf'rew.i.
Kr>
It 4 1 Dorsey
floor oil cloth In M %ju Hli/
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\ Fr) pretty embroMdidates for oat money.
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WH Antl S.
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fi3
fi h Jark*r>n
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This Id n real "had" hunch nnd tradiSfi 1 «h „
6h « h Wnrner
4
10
V>"°arlf^pstrr. 4 4.. lO|
tion should ho respected, which l« n '«>".
101 <» 7 1 7 3
71
7 3 Mepanlel
« 18S
or? ,'.r
Hlirno; makes
812
n
\WB^
Klßorn,
THE GADFLY SETS NEW MARK "hunch"
French sleeve*;
to Investigate the prospects
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of the long nhots.
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creamer
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AT ASCOT
At first. Rlnuce tho probftblllties ap- jwo^jjnrt^rpgi;,^;,
lm
:'!>. IM.Vi. At pnst~2"mln"irto». Off 1:42. Value to wlnne'rTiiV Winner
pear to bo Tottenham, St. Wllda, Ten- \u0084
«?— 2''Y.KhiK-Miißffle
Hums, Owner William Hocho. Start Rood, won easily,
;'i
I««
der Crest.
wfoml same. Uchlensidn S to 1 placfl. 4to 1show. Coonr d<> t.lon 11 to 20 plate,
second
on
the
enrd
i
io
baby
The
rnce In
4 sliow. rrew.« .1 to 1 nhow. Ulchriisteln moved up fast dual quarter, easily
In nnd Is n. selling affair at half a mile. (ttcniliiK down Do 1,1..ii nt thn end. Latter faltered when challenged by winner.
Steps Mile and One-Slxteenth
rws wore down Jennlfl V closing fttrjdQ*.
Thirteen nro named to ko to the post
1
hree^yerir-oi<K
1:43 1-4, Which It Pull Second
nnd few of them have shown nnythlng 945 sl;ci N HACK—Futurity course I
Hravy tßffnta ribbon; nil colors rx<-ppi hlnnk: r. nnd 6 Inchm wide; rxrel*S>7pn?F*M!&la
J^»6*>
startling disposition to run much
of
a
lent quality, firm body; plain colors; tw.rtli 25c; on mile today, per yard,
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Faster Than Previous
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yt
IL°ry_i_
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'lll'iZ:
st
Ht.
KiiTT
ClI
fast.
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Ui 2 2 1 21
2 3 11 Prior
9-10 S-S
The finish should be about in this M llfrmltagc
Best Time
M7sII 11
11l 2«
Miller
I I
order: Miss Fidgety, Blanche C, Lady's TO. lS,rntnr<<s
c
Beauty.
5c
Alm;i Oanlla
hi Ho
107 1 R2
4U
Hi 414 l'rrston
IS So
A dozen ordinary plnters nrc In the
Ti.lStorm
tf'7 S S
a Mk f>"firtlon of mid l<,ts or Ince, lawn, bnttenberff nnd embroidered turnJS,>
4^MF@l!PMbsp3
M.irliirlty
7i
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1
ft3
20
20
Jay Davidson
race,
nt
one
and
to
OyCr
s;
Dnvlg
third
a selllnK affair
111 r. 4n fi2
Bn
:t 8-5
(
up to 25c; on Rale today, each, nt sc,
Bh
:
LOllura
J'nubla
Mworth
!
being
smashed at one-sixteenth tulles, and while the
Track records nre
g
W.it.T Wiiunn
._. _SO _fio
W« 72
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S
Hnlllvnn
Is not In any danger from J*'I'jmo—
Ascot with startling regularity of late, track recordthere
:i't. .1.1. 1:10',. Al post i'inlmitf*. *O(TL'Mii Valiio'to "wliihrr $:125. Winner
will be lots of running 11. r.. Loynllst-MadKO.
the most recent of the several new thla bunch
Ownnr J. V. MrOlnnls.s.
goes up.
Htnrt good, won oasllv, MCOnil
barrier
going
on
after
the
s."'!10-, """lillaKo;ito » plin'p. 1 to Ishow. Npnturss ovon pliuo. 2 Io 5 show.
*Va yards lons In tt blp ratißO of pretty colors with pretty satin striped flnrl
marks to be set since the season opened
There aro various probabilities In Astrnl
figured borders; 4 inches wide; worth 08Cj on snle todny, per piece, at 49c.
2 to 1 ultow. Hpinilt.TKr. nUn- curly ntn-tcb drive lirl.lNfirtnrns naff rlosliiK
s
fjl
being that for one mile and fiftyyards, here, but It Is probable that the end
Riimely.
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drive
but
fnltircd
II
flKhlh
at
end.
Astral
n
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r*
!f
stoutly.
finished
yesChickadee,
Luclan,
Gadfly
stepping
Hoodwink.
The
this distance
willbe
'
KdlnborouKh should win the final 946 J<lt RllRACIi—Six furlonßs, threc-yoar-olds and upward.
terday In 1:431-4, which is one full event,
tho distance Is to hIM liking
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second faster than the record made and hisasearly
OpTCI."
speed should take him out iiidjv^^ iforHO.
'\V't7~sr.~U \i
?T~Bt: I'*lhT~~Jor~kcyi
Npw
by Hans Wagner.
walkl "Xsklr «s ln Panama nncl sultkw Fust inti. t:
far enough to make tho run through
im 1 "
311 6 2
3li Th liuclianan
Xc
!'"•ofH|KMly
2 D-.i
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l*/ac iNmiMpHn*
ManneiCHCS BC
)Igs> ln p|
n weaves, nlso checks and plaids; gome
; nlAr
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easy
this
disfor
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2
5
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4
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2
proposition
the stretch an
him. nm ki
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MoDanlel
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effects; alll colors, t.\mThe old track record for
22H
Fancy
fl«hnelettea
In
Persian
In the circular effect and dome plaited panels,
4
111
4
H2
miidc
21,4
otros.
51
iii
navis
i s
season,
Arthur
will
be
the
contender
12'ic;
been
this
Bert
on
suie
•>
wrappers;
has
twice
tied
K2li
Now
Mown
nole
klmonas
worth
Hny.
tance
lit U 41l 7t
7r.
for
nnd
trimmed with strapping and buttons: on sale today
,1
4 b I'rlor
and may get first money, but second fffi|)good Cheer, 8 4 1«7
toduy, per yard, nt Sc.
32 1 Hi \u0084
41
n 11,4 Walsh
4
s
at $7.48.
The Huguenot and Cholk Hedrlck per- plnce
fr+»L
017 Uptropaw. .1
is about where he willland.
H7 7 lit ii 1
n 12
«)i fi f.
llarrln
forming the feat.
B, R. Kunte should be third. Full K» Ijot tjladslone. 3.. D2RI li 1h
r> I>4 710 Trrston
'« ,-g, -g
20
dfl
\lV2c
20c
India
Linen
$
Coa(g
lioin.ao,
W»n
XI
5
soo
Rain
by
Sway
good
featured
a
chance
11ii
S
s
S
might
_R__
_S_
have
with a
Donovnn '........ B0 200
This week has been
Kin<- sheer quality; full pieces; perfect weave and
v .»xj^->\<—-tf2>1
:ls'i, lil.V.i. At ponfn mlnHtiir OAT3:38. Wine to winner $325. Winonly two. rider, but not otherwise.
Time—
for,
•with
:24»i.
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today,
records
on
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V>gF—
finish;
20c;
smashed
sale
eh. n., Marirravo-Fcii Follrt. Owner \\. T. Anderson. Start pood, won driving,
excellent values at
Kood
The finish should be Edinborough, ner
per yard, at lli'/ac
Pu length rain coats ln
days of the racing week gone, two new Bert Arthur, E.
second en ally. Fnslliin "to S plncc out show.
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Hrlbcry 2 to 1 plnee, pven show.
chocks, stripes nnd InC. Kunte.
Otros (! to v show. Fustlun in tharp lust sixteenth tlrlvo oittstnyc.l Bribery. Ijntter
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v¥tV/v^
track records have been made. Sweet
put off entering; stretch, stood strotch drive Bamely, tlnlshlns rcsolutcl'v. Utros
visible plaids and plain Gjft y |r» 1}
10c Toweling 7/4 c shades;
Kitty setting a new mark Monday for ruhlie choices nre getting more than tired final sixteenth.
In gray, tan, (J.iJ.
un even break nowiirinys at Ascot.
Silver Mmc-hed absorbent crash toweling: lfi innhcs
.<
nt'R'r HACK—One mile nnd fifty ynTJ^ four-year-olds
green
iipwiml',
use;
brown,
black;
three and one-half furlongs.
ready
Q47
niul
VA\l(U ifpi if /
wide; warranted pnro linen; wnshed
for
Four brought home the money yes- 7^»
™fl with and
yokes and
f-elllns.
The track record for tho short course terday.
I VvT. St.
jM*S£t//
worth 10c; on sale today, per yard, at 7%c.
'WffijJ)
lin.|
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Il^rxe;
(fp7~Ci;
;
Jockey.
Index.
Si"!
Fhi"
fn!'
tliLt
«D»#f?\<gKPs
n
H
»«
collars:
\ Try ,*VV»fc3. /
of the steeplechase route has been
mi The (ImTfly. 4
107 1 1 2'i ilii
f w double breasted
$1.75 Spreads $1.20
s-ii 6-S
lU4 \2V2 1 2 Hooker
McCafferty bid up The Ondfly Kft
/
twice clipped this season. Klldoe put- J. J.$1000
Hod Mjtlit.X
*W1 P. 2 2',- 2 4 2S :::i 22W T'rcslon
ii
S
to $1400 after the Booker
ting up a new mark In his first win from
Kxtra size bed spreads; made from R-ply yarn; no
MO f'linlk HedrUU, 4. ml r> ,1 v" 311 !n 3 2
3 1 MclJunicl
Ii
10
f
I
Light
and Cholk Hed- (!>lfO Hllssfnl. ii
•lO'j z ,|ii 4 IV, 4 4
4;j
patterns; pearl hemmed; good $1.75
over the Jumps and Atlantlco further colt beat Ued
4 5 Jlooro
12
beautiful
S
'
reducing it a few days later.
rlck in the fourth race and set a new (»2I) Outlful. 6
'107 IR 114 li
fi
values; on sale today at $13.
«
R 114 Swain
i V2
$15.00, at $0.08.
Kk i
»li)7ii (i
fi 1 6 4 6h _G
I
Wiley
The Gadfly emerged yesterday from track record. Booker said $5 more und (.'CO) n.n-lior. R
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3
Time—:24. :19. VMM,1:40. 1:4:t? 4. At pout 1 minute. -^Off"*S:n, Vniiip to winner
a vacation of several days und wont to retained his good 90U.
75c Damask 59c
$1.50 Muslin Petticoats
HoMinston-Conceal,
f.12.1.
Winner
b.
cl
.
c
..
Owner
11.
Hooker.
Star*
won
post
by
easily,
refreshed
rest.
When
damask;
pure
the
his
srood.
Irish
-.
laj ;
second ynnie. Uiiilfly11 to 20 place, nnt sliow. MrIU 13 to fi plnre.
60-inch full bleached satin table
ft SMft'ViM
11 to 10 show.
yoc
Pnnd Storm was almost left at the Iledrick
It became necessary for him to smash post
j j- i
in the second race and was all
even show. Gadfly easily best, showed most speed, always held opponents
linen: up-to-date designs; worth 75c; on sale today,
/<// I
MlVV'ltiKl
records to win the race, he was for pumped
yard, at 50c.
Cut full and wide with til*
per
trying to catch up with safe. lilirbt finished resolutely under whip, niurb best others. Ilcdrkk fllnlshcd
out
J.»\«n.«\N\
strong.
good
that
and
deep flounces; rows of /«#. i! ; •vim' WA\\\
This effort left her with- stoutly. Winner clipped off ona second from track record.
Red Light had some pretensions, as the leaders.
s;
mile,
aoliingi
three-year-olds,
FIFTH
Table
Damask
69c
lace
tuck
fgnti
away
faded
HACE-Oiie
85c
and
I!' J' \XZ\Vlkw\
nftei 945
did Cholk lledrick, but The Gadfly waa out steam nnd she
72-inch loom table damask: allpure linen, heavy qunlothers with pretty /gffJffl; f !;\u25a*0 V«l JjKtt'X
a "running fool" and refused to quit getting close up in the drive home.
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"j. Ht. VW. Jockey.
open and blind cm- flux
Index.
Horse.
op. Cl.
ity;110 dresslim; nnw patterns with open borders; 83c
WtTsfH;
ISfcl'i WM\\
until he passed
under the wire two Valencia wns ndmlred by several 027 Stiiessei
ruffles;
toduy,
broidery
$1.50
at
If,
per
yard,
nvj
»00 1
69c.
quality; on sale
214 1 X 1
12H .Inekgon
« i',
i \\A\\*W!£O
lengths ahead of the procession.
?, U
values; en sale today
filly won the iWdl Honrhmnii
•«>.(, 2 ]'(, Jleliiiniel
m
a
5
Denny
G-."
R-5
\jjft
j t' iWM\*-*vy
owners
after
the
Light
place
secured
the
Red
from last race yesterday and "Boots" Dtlr« (808) Theo. I'iisc
•!>" 4 :!1 3h ?, <i 2 1»/4 3 ti' Wiley
6-B
B".
r> 1 U 2 2 2 1 3 2 4 4 Sullivan
Cholk Hedrlck by nearly three lengths. nells agent, Preston, boosted her from K37 I'batic. Wahvorth.'nt
20
$1.00 Ribbon Girdles 75c
10
«,
o
1leth » F...... . »!<2 L' 4 5 4. 2 4_l
n „Ac
[1
Xlegler
The other trio was links In a small- $800
o
7
«
awiss Waists 98C
$1000, after which ElijahBrew- JH _irUsa
girdles, dainty colors in pink,
51.48 Dotted
•American Beauty ribbon
1minute. Off 3:38. Valno to winner $323*
:1!)fe.
post
sized procession which extended almost ster to
Time—:20.
1:11^.
1:41
At
$100
Denny
U.
white;
bill.
well boned; perfectly shaped; excelNew dotted Swiss -waists; plain tailore-i and emblue and
a sixteenth of a mile back, with Har- Bros,tacked on another
Winner eh. c. Alntrpe-Cliiret. Owner W. Walker. Start Rood, won easily, second
protected their speedy -fillyby siime. Stoespel 1; to 6 place, 1 to 1! show,
broidered trimmed; full sleeves; worth $1.48; on sale
lent models in sizes from IS to 25; worth $1.00; on sale
bor bringing up the rear.
llencbninn fl to 20 place, out show Caso
today at OSc.
,
bidding the extra $"> and retained own- 1 to I
today at 75c.
show. Stoemsel assumed easy lead down back stretch and was never in trouble
j
r
ership. It, therefore, cost ?S0 for her afterward. Henchman bpßnn slowly but made un ground fast final auarter, flnlshLong Shot Wins
lir' with rush. Case tired fast final sixteenth.
to
win.
I/ichtenstein,
good
Slarc
as
as 20 to 1
furlonus,
RACE—
Six
tlirea-year-olds
upward,
and
gVn_ SIXTH
at post time and neglected in tho marsellins.
Jockey Jackson became
too enthusket, ran like a wild horse and annexed
on walk, and thouph he will not sut
about pettlni? Stoessel over to 1ii<l ex.
s-i St. Fin. Jockey.
Horse.
W t St. U
for damages, expresses
pp. Cl.
Va
much dlsßust
the laurels of the first race from Coeut iastic
disregarded
presence
the
P,
[93«
the rail and
Valencia. .".
*S7 2 !'i !!
1 ~1 1 Swain
over the .'fact that an inferior metro4
de Lion, the favorite.
2
politan hostelry sheltered for a night
of other horses In his path. His zeal
»ni 1 4 M 4 h
II 2U Homer
1,
Kvelyn.GriiTln,
937
3.
4
5
Crews,
at
10
to
beat
out
Katie
caused
G
«102
4 li.". Mi
fi'2 .12
Hildebrand
?,
him to steer Stoessel into 932 Revolt,
4
Jennio P for the show.
Ills august presence.
»ar, 5
11 11
12
knocking the Bondy canSTii Boioßiia, 4
4 1 ('. Sullivan
.1 3U,
Hermitage, always favorite for the Henchman,
10T, 3 2 4
2 h BB I'owcll
2Hi
7-S
3
Eddie Hanlon Winning on the Ponies
off his stride and causing him .... Sad Sam. 11
didate
played,
well
won
from
Dewey,
second race and
932
n
10S 7 7
7
7
fill Hooker
10 3rt
to pullup last. The incident probably
51
Eddlft Hanlon is eoing- itpretty heavy
_3.. 105 «J h__J_B
7_ Tla£ris_.
15 13
y±'^?.- ?!oJn>Pr !
Neatness and Astral IIafter a hard prevented
.^
Henchman from winning •JLi'Time—
at Emeryville and Is awny to the good
"post
"6ff
race all the way from the barrier to nnd the judges
UU7
At
3
minutes.
4:08.
Value
"to
winner
$325.
:23'i.
:4S«i.
charged Jackson $50 npr b.
».WlnWoolsthorpe-Senorlta.
Denny
Owner
Bros.
on
the game. Though his star has perRood,
the wire.
f..
& Co. Start
won easYale's Financial Income
ily, second drlvlnß. Valencia 4 to 5 place, 2 to 5 show. OritTin S to 5 place, 3 to 5
haps set tho 'Frisco boy Is not losing
The McGinnis eolt'is just rounding-to for his enthusiasm.
show. Revolt 1 to 2 show. Valencia moved up fast final elßlith. easily wearing down
Walter Camp, the athletic impressario the popularity (Which attended him in
and will soon be In his great form
Announcement Is made by the jockey P.olosriia. Griffin finished fast. Revolt finished with rush. Bologna done for final
\u25a0of Yale university, in his recent report the heyday of his ring career.
which electrified the east last season,
that the consolation stake race sixteenth.
to the Eli authorities gave out the good
STRENUOUS SCENES ATTEND news
when he waa one of the best two-year- club
•Apprentice allowance.
horses that were nominated
ANew "Irish Champion"
olds shown around New York. He will for those
that a surplus fund of $100,000 Is
selling stakes
to
the
Santa
Catalina
at
the disposal of the athletic comCharley Mitchell, more or less known
dangerous
any
company
be
in
from
TRAINING
will be run Saturday, March 10. Silver
longs—Little George
The sum has been saved over to puglistic fame, is the latest one to
won;
now on.
mittees.
Arthur
stakes,
selling
Sue, the winner of the
liosenfleld, second; Black Flag
and above the expenses of the past ten tout another "Irish champion."
He is
Fustian ran an improved race and Is
third.
Ineligible to the consolation affair,
Time, :44 S-5.
years from uthletlc income. This aver- keeping secret the name of his new
took the third event In a drive with
the original entries
find, however, but says that the new
race, five and one-half furBribery and El Otrns through the Ilnal but all others of
ages
$10,000
year,
Second
most
of
has
a
which
Expected
to
eligible. The race willbe at mie
longra—Merry George won; Aleantra, Kaufmann and Barry Are
rtuhth. Fustian closed like a whirl- are
been derived from tho gate receipts at- Richmond will beat McCoy or O'Brien
and one-sixteenth miles und the jockey
wind and Kradually mowed down the club will add $1000. Practically
second: Clover Hampton, third. Time,
tendant upon football games. The ques- as a slda issue and then sit down and
Engage In Fast Bout— Tommy
all of
leaders, poking his head in front at
1:08
3-5.
tion is how this comfortable fortune wnlt for something; worth while to
the original nominees have been named
the wire.
Third race, one mile and seventy
Burn* Says Green Will
shall be spent. Persons skeptical as to make Itself known.
In the list put up yesterday at the secyards—
In the closinsr stirlep, Bribery pulled retary's
the future of the gridiron sport are adHandmore
Marlmbo,
paddock.
won:
secoffice in the
Amateurs Will Struggle
away from the tiring El Otroa and
ond; Ezra, third. Time, 1:49.
vising the Yale people to be careful
Put Solomon Out
Although track and basketball am
secured
the place by nearly three Judge Hamilton has earned the
they use it, for tho good old days
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth
how
lengths.
plaudits of the race-going public by
Daring won: Elliott, second; Balshot
of football may soon be a thing of the occupying a major portion of collegiate
attention In Southern Caloflrnla, the'
AV'illiam Walker morn than won out the determined manner in which he ROMAINE WINS
HERMENCE third. Time,
1:50 1-5.
These are busy days at Lewis' gym- past, and in that event subscriptions
material is not being sllghtea
Stoessel when his latest acquisition went after tho jockeys engaged in foul
Fifth race, one mile and seventy nasium on Spring street, and probably to athletic funds will take the place of baseball
and when the opening of the season
won the fifth race at odds of 6 to 1. tactics and rough riding, which resulted
yards, selling— Juba won; Turpe, sec- never before in the history of California easy gate money.
very
HANDICAP
arrives
allowing
little time willbe needed
Walker does not believe in
his in breaking up this practice in a hurry.
ond; LittleRed, third. Time, 1:48 1-5.
ringdom have so many main event
to round the diamond men Into their
horses to run without support and Such incidents were features of all
Brltt Is in Demand
Sixth race, five and one-half furlongs boxers trained in one camp at the
Pomona,
best
through
twenties
trim.
Occidental end U.
days
early
scattered a few
the races for a few
in the meetChief Hayes won; Belle Strome, sec- same time.
"When Jimmy Britt tripped into a Los S. C. claim that they willgive the St.
rijip.
ing, but they are now few and infreond; Parisienne, third.
Time, 1:09 8-5.
Al Kaufmann, who is to fight Dave Angeles gymnasium the other day for Vincent champions the
Stoessel
ran to his best form and quent and whenever the eagle eye of Sir Brillar Defeats Sais in a Driving
hardest fight
Tommy
Barry, is working out with
they have experienced in their
a little whirl with Al Kaufmann and
spreadeagled
his Held all the way, the Ascot judiciary lights upon anyBurns, and the big fellow appears to some of the other boys who are train- \u25a0which
Finish Cloudlight Runs Away
long caresr of victory. For six years
winning by two and one-half lengths thing in this line the offenders are
every
day.
BRITT
MAY
up
larger
BOX FITZGERALD loom
Kaufmann Ing for coming events, a curious and the Grand avenue men have lost but
from Henchman, which was two plastered severely. Judge Hamilton
and Burns are profiting by their train- critical crowd
From High Class
lengths in front of Theo Case.
was gathered to look the two games with southern teams, though
has said that while he is in the stand
Next Big Fight at Frisco Will Have liiff together, as both are heavy and ex-champlon over.
As he stands at tho last season they were driven to a desHenchman ran consistently and to there will be fair racing or none al
style
Field
around present moment Brltt appears to be perate defense by Occidental college.
Former Champion as Star
able to rough it in fast
form, but Jockey McUaniel waited too all.
tho gym.
worth half a dozen Youn Corbetts. In The VinD3ntlans claim to have splenlong to make his run. Henchman was
Attraction
Burns believes that the bout between 'Frisco. Jimmy's home,
last until turning Into the stretch and
' an almost im- did material and expect to win again
By Associated Press.
Special to The Herald.
Barry willbe one of perative
Kaufmann
nnd
position has een taken by the despite the preparations which are bepoint
from this
ran over everything
ASCOT ENTRIES
KAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23.— The racSAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23.—1t is the best fights yet carded by McCarey. public that he meet Joe Gans. Brltt Iing made to wrest their laurels.
except the winner.
ing at Emeryville today possessed con- likely that either Young
by
majority
the
Sad Sam was a false favorite of the
Corbett or Kuufmann is picked
has declared no, absolutely, and ItIs a
Selling.
Futurity siderable
FIRST RACE
class. The program contained Willie Fitzgerald and Brltt willbe the to take Barry's measure, but Burns, case of whether he intends to remain
books 1n the final race and was so course.
card for the next lis tight here. Britt \sX\o has fought Barry twice, is of the firm.
122 two feature events.
SAN PEDRO TIDE TABLE
woefully neglected in the betting that 846 El Doncso
The fourth race, a handicap at a mile announced in Los Angeles
]1»
903 Leonado
hisi price soared from 7 to 5 to ss.
a few days opinion that the Olympic club man will
Another Mathewson on Deck
Ill) and fifty yards, was won by the favor- ago that.
sr.lt Corder
expected
High.
to box in San have no small undertaking after he
he
DateValencia was heavily played and was 1)0.'.
Low.
(iondolus
ite,
driving
Christy
illl
Sir Brillar, In a
finish from Francisco during the month of Feb- shakes hands with the easterner.
Mathewson of the New York Jan. 24
8:41
10:12
backed from 4s to 2s and went to the
2:24
8:36
Vandola
119 Sais, a supposedly "good thing."
surely has a wallop," Giants is rated as the pitching marvel Jan. 25
ruary, so It is more than likely that he
"Kaufmann
0:20
10:40
3:03
post as the public choice to win. She 230 Lady Witt
4:12
"108
age,
Manager
of
the
11:23
Romalne,
1,
captured
Barry
good
at Ito
the Her- had received notice from brother "Wil- said Tommy, "but
is a
and on his word
Jan. 26
10:02
3:44 , 4:43
ran kindly under light weight und SOO .Tas. J. Corbett
122
27
10:40
11:55
4:27
F.:17
McGraw of the world's champions has Jan.
31!) mence handicap by a neck from Tou- lus, who is one of the four owners of hand to take punishment and has been
finished a length ahead of her field at !i:tß Mouritozuma
Jan. 28
11:17
6:12
6:45
pee,
signed
Christy's
Henry,
Wilda
the
known
to
hit
some
himself."
whom
trust,
the wire.
Tim St.
ll'J
favorite.
the boxing
that there would be
brother
Jau. 29
12:28
6:02
6:14
Barry Is out with Jimmy Corbett on the big twirler says will make good
ll'.i Four out of the six races were won something doing for him.
Bologna went out to the front at the 938 Tattonham
11:51
903 Tender Crest
117 by favorites. Weather fine; track slow.
Thirty-second
spins
genstreet
and
start
daily
pitcher.
Of
the
two
from
the
as
a
The
30
1:08
12:33
7:02
6:11
might
possible
opponents
Mart and it seemed as If she
Jan.
for
Selling;
2-year- Results:
SECOND
RACK
1:55
1:36
Flgueroa
. 8:09 7:24
Britt, Young Corbett is considered the nkmg
street with the Idea of eral public had never heard of William Jan. 31
win as the field trailed Into the stretch, olds; four furlongs.
likely by those familiar with the dropping some weight. He was in until the contract was drawn up and
First race, four furlongs— Peerless
but she blew up like a toy balloon In (!ilJ!>) Maiuiio C
106
more
Lass, 109 (Robinson), 6 to Ji, won; game. Notwithstanding:
poor trim while working with signed.
What Christy says is law in
The mother who has acquired the habit
the drive home and quit to nothing, 90!) Gulliver, formerly Gulliver
that the lad rather Corbett,
but, as is usual, expects New York, consequently a new addition of keeplne on hand a bottle of Chamberfinishing out of the money.
Fir
10.S Yankee Jim, 101) (Fountain), 11 to 1, from Denver suffered defeat
in theWay Young
lain's Cough Remedy saves
Dr. Crook, eh, c. by Prince
second: Meuden, 112 (Knapp), IS to 5, of a knockout
have no trouble in reaching his best
herself a
to
to
the
world
beaters.
Evelyn CJriffin finished stoutly and
from Aurello Herrera at
great amount of uneasiness
and anxiety.
ISsher-Mamlo Lou
10U third. Time V.\ 3-4. Kogo, Dr. Kismet,
with a great rush which Rave her
Angeles last month he is still con- condition.
Coughs, colds and croup, to which chilthe 596
103 ' Ella True, Uose Cherry and John J. L.os
Cnick Wright Will Try
place, with Revolt half a length be- H2S AiKio
Joe
Green
is
as
conscientious
a
trainsusceptible,
quickly
sidered
a
are
drawing
Ficlfji'ty
Miss
100
card with James
dren
are
cured
hind. Sad Ram ran in second place '.•mi Lady's Beauty
100, Mohr also ran.
Edward. And no one Is more anxious er as ever skipped a rope, and willnot
Chick Wright, the best of California by its use. It counteracts any tendency
from the barrier to the stretch, but 909 Ncrska
*95
•Second race, six furlongs—Procrasto meet Rrltt than Corbett. He has lose to Solomon for lack of work. Green billfardlsts. will enter the umateur of a cold to result in pneumonia, anj
*9.-. tinate, IDT (F. Sullivan). 15 to 1, won; been promised
be seconded by Tommy Burns dur- championship that is to be held at Chi- when slven ns soon as the llrst symptom:)
faded away to nothing inthe run home. viI Hoi Cakcn
will
matches time and again,
of croup appear It willprovent the at10;i
'.<?.» J.. TluKsiiiKton
something has always intervened ing the coming battle and will fight cago in March. Kxpert judges declare tack.
Dr. Sherman, 107 (Fountain), 15 to ],
Mi; Ksther 13
Handicap Is Feature
100 second; Alice Carey, 107 (Clark), is to 5, hut
according to instructions from the usand he is still waiting for a chance.
that Wright was never better in his life
Josle H
100 third.
plrant
heavyweight
The feature of today's card will be f'2K
Time
Roustabout,
Fitzgerald
1:15. The
for
honors.
and predict that tho Callfornlan will
Ed Tr;u-y
'Oa
Is also eager for a ko at
Tlimo l.nnc Winlrr IVlkhtn
the third of th« weekly Jinoo handi- U2l
"Joe will get Solomon
this time
s:7 Long Nick
»05 \u25a0Take Ward, Tra motor. Cousin Carrie, Britt.
the diamond trophy, Among: Will bo unusually pleasant If you will
caps, which will be the fourth rate
sure," says Tiurn*. "Solomon Is- afraid capture
TFIIIUJ HACK—Selling; one and one- I'lckaw.iy and Hcrsaln also ran.
get ono of our nyrography outfits. Wn
his competitors willbe Wilson P. Foss,
the
card.
race,
Dance,
on
sixteenth
milex.
Third
mile—Head
in?
of his stomach and that's what Green the present champion, and Conklln of imported a big lot of theso and aold a
rhiokiidpe
Only four Martors nre nam»d to
10:* (Clark), 4 to &, won: Frank Fllttner, 83 FIGHTING TRUST IS FORMED will go for. Solomon can be put out, Chicago.
lot. but wo ran supply you. We also have
ru C.iV2)
to the pant, Gllpin carrying tup weight lilt Hot
10J (Schßde), 12 to 1. second; Christine A,
a splendid lino of artists' materials. Sanunrt this is the time ho willget his."
S7:>
10'
born, Vail & Co.. 357 South Brondway.
pounds
up,
Needful
i
1,
(Robinson),
Young Herman is preparing to make
with 112
McCarey and Britt Meet Today
3 to
third. Time Coffroth Becomes "It"in Frisco Pugl.
106
H!)7 Hooilwink
*104
Gllpin willnot be as fnst today with
things
unpleasant
.
Hcrrera
is
1:42%;
Watchful,
Lerlda;
SllvewHeels,
for
and
are
probabilities
Pyrrho
'101
The
that Tom Mcllstic
Circles
and
Will
Control
his weight package to tote over tho H24
«",oi.ipii
Rey
attaining
superb
RB3
Ureen
loi
Dare, Mr. Farnum and Tliaddeus
the same
condition Carey and Jimmy Britt will meet to'
All Battles in North
mile and an fißlith and will not he as !22 J.u.liin
10H u"si> ran.
which preceded tho Hanlon bout.
talk business this morning. A conferTwo Cases Fine Old
106
hard to catch as h« lias been hereto- !•1 4 .1. W. Duliui'-y
Fourth race, mile and fifty yards— Sir Special to Tho Herald,
Burns anticipates a victory over Mar- ence between the two had been framed
fore withless than 100 pounds up.
1142 i.'horlpe
104 Brillar, 104 (Clark), 8 to 5, won; Sals.
says
expects
that he
FRANCISCO, ."an. 23.—As a re- vin Hart and
to up for yesterday afternoon, but owing
KAN
!<24
I'achuoa
101
Hanker is the class and should be an
') to i, Becond; Quteway,
(Carroll),
97
at
of
the
sult
of
the
win
the
decision
the
end
amalgamation
misunderstanding
boxing
:•:t :* Arrahnowni
«ioi
of the
to a
in the time the
Improved horse today. If lie is
he will Pi I Courunl
V\> lOf (Uoblnson), I) to 6, third. Time interests of thi» city In the pugilistic twentieth round. The chances are that
affair fell through.
run away with the long end of tho FOURTH RACE Handicap; $1000 1:44'/i. Brlarthorpe, San l'rlmo and trust, Coffroth
becomes the head and Burns willbe in the fastest form of his
adrifd, one mil om-oigrhtli milt's.
purse.
life, and unless Hart can land a dream
Reaped a Fortune
Bombardier
also ran.
front of the game.
Keene
ll.i Fifth race, Futurity course, tho HerSunray does not count for
Britt, Morris Levy and the
great <Mt) iJilpin
the Detroit boy has all
James R. Keene can claim the dis' of an even
10S
who drop
deal, although her lnst out awas a 7!U Wii-f hi
Romulne, 107 (1,. Wil- figure In the organization ofothers
show to take the money.
Dl 7 Banker
10S mence handicap—
tinction of being the greatest winner
the
comwon;
(Clark),
creditable win from such pood ones :is ((Sii2 > Sunniy
1,
Toupee,
liams),
4 to
108
100
bine arc little moro than dummies
on
the turf for the season of 1905. The
Clydeo. Hlissful. Uruphlte and others
of FIFTH RACE—Fursoj six furlongs. 6 to 5, second; Tom McQrath, 103 »'offrolh will manage all contests with WOMAN EDITOR WILL OBEY colors of the New Yorker were carried
this caliber.
1141 RI«C Hnn
114 (Schade), 1« to 5, third. Time l:10U- tho full consent of the others
to the front for no less than a quarter
who
have
any
Wire In has not shown
!if> Dorado und Sir Edward also ran.
startling 76S Col.'Jewell
of a million dollars und of the winnings
Freight Paid to Any Point in
full faith Inhl« ability to get
the
SK.'i Ureter \V
MO
Paper and It Sysonby gleaned 1149,915.
form this season and does not figure to Kl.'i
Klxth race, five and n half furlongs— money that Is to be made out all
1)7
Lacino
of the Husband Says Stop theBe,
Cloudllght, 103 (Fountain), 7 to 1, woir game. '
be of any great Importance in the (U37)
Has
Ceased
to
Ac.
the United States for only'
HPOtor
US
Again
Waddell
to
Pitch
money.
scramble for first
Rube
108 (1,. Williams), 40 to 1, BecSIXTH HACK
One of the loadii -r promoters of
'cordlngly
Selling; Futurity Conreld, Dinero,
the
ond; 131
The finish should be Banker, Gilpln, course.
91 (W. Welly), 80 to 1, combination Is Kddie •\u25a0riiuey
Rube Waddell professes much chaand
in
Sunray.
Special
grin
to
Tho
ii.ll J'Minboroußh
12J third. Time 1:07 3-4. Ruby, The Mist, consequence
Herald.
over tho fact that ho was unthe little blacksmith will HAniUBUUKG.
Ill) Young Pilgrim und Facts also
1105 K. C. KuiiUi
Jan.
Big Ben to Win
23.-Mrs. ». able to participate in the championran.
Kub.llk
act as the utliclul referee of tho asso- AY.
111*
has been publisher of ship series between the Athletics and
Hlg Ben is in at his exact distance to.
Jllloim
US
ciation and willbe tho third man in the the Uurkholder
181
Weekly Tribune ut Nowburg *or tho Giants, at the close of last season's
FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS
day and should take the fifth race from !M0 Kuii Sway
ring, ifhis health permits.
iis
three years.
In this week's number schedule. He admits with modest canOUUCNAS, La.; Jan. 23.-Falr
Hester W without any great difficulty. 1)31 Kllin King
«1H
she makes the following editorial an- dor that because
of his absence the
Ill) NEW
Hester Is tipeedy, a quick breuker and S0& Interlude
grounds
Play
retiults:
Will
pennant went to the New Yorkers and
Basketball
S3",
ill)
Huachura
nouncement:
\u25a0a runner from Ttunnervllle, hut she is
race,
furlongs—
Nath. Woodcock
First
three
ltose Hart
11!)
evening of play jn tne
years ago November 27 the is endeavoring to bring the brawny left
The
third
"Three
'.•43 Hclle Klimcy
US won: Firalto, second; Duchess of Mon- Southern California Basketball league's
Tribune, under the late management, wingback to the terror-striking powers
R32 Hert Arthur
118 tebello, third. Time, :37.
schedule willoccur tonight ut Turners' appeared. In that number we stated that once ruled supreme when the er»36 Italbert
«110
Second nice, six furlongs, selling- hall on South Flgueroa street. The Bus- that we believed the moat progressive ratic owner chose to behave himself.
Colonel White won; I'uul Clifford, sec- ters ure to play the Turners and the citizens of the town and neighborhood
•Apprentice allowance.
HAVE A
No Waldorf for Jack O'Brien
ond; Uncle Henry, third. Time, 1:15.
St. Vincent's college
will strive would stand by home work, und in this
Third race, two miles— Little Scout to down the Y. M. C.team
tf
The inhospitable reception accorded
ALWAYSTAX
A. five. 15 R we have not been disappointed.
SET NEW BOWLING RECORD
won; Captain nob, second; Louis Tabor
beyond
as referee and E. W. Bright- "We have succeeded
our ex- Jack O'Brien when he arrived at the
Krafts, third. Time, 3:26 2-5.
By Associated Press
crolx, umpire, have so far proved most pectations, but three yearn' work run- Waldorf-Astoria In New York, has
129 and 131 North Main Street
CHICAGO, Jan. 23.— Holling a great
ning a puper and a house without uny caused the great middleweight much
Fourth race, mile nnd seventy yards, capable offttiuls. The games are excitseries in the Monroe league lust night, handicap— Lleber won; Whippoorwlll, ing unusual Interest by reason of the vacation or change liuh mude me very "mental anguish," Just as though hs.
Los Angeles
the Anaon team set a new world's bowl- second; lUlnlund, third. Time. 1:48 4-5. number of entries and the consequent tired, and now Mr. Burkholder has had stepped through a hole in a woodIng record for three games,
Fifth race, six furlongs— First Pre- rivalry that exists as to the outcome.
settled the matter by saying Imust
averuglng
longer huve this extra care and
1063. The best previous figures on the mium won; Kthelred, second; Hollowuy,
no
work, und 118 Ipromised to obey him,
books of the American Bowling con- third. Time, 1:14 1-5.
11 KUfuwnu for ita qwm and can aY
were 1061 1-3, mude by the BenSixth race, one mile llather Hoynl for the Ciould System to huvo the best this, then, is the lust copy of the
VL way* U d*p*nd>d upon. It coun. II gress
Macbeth, second;
to tho naat.
Wo always offer Weekly Tribune that will ever be nub»
won;
Dupplegold,
Hluger
year
team
last
In
service
the
Chlcugo
any
tomUuojr
\\ taraota
of » oold
Pate and
II
Bawriai
the most attractive trips. U'ha -rexus & Halted In Newburg.
The Ansuit quintet went over third. Time, 1:43.
>\
tor—utt la pnmmonla
// league.
Pacltlu and Iron Mountain routo
make
"We made mistakes? Certainly we
the four-mark each time, and ulthough
the quickest time. Tim Denver & Kio did;
Erlaoger
scuring 120S In their second venture
ITIS SA« AND
RESULTS AT CITY PARK
unU
who
does
not?
who
Brew
Or
doen
MlHgourl
Grande mid
l'aelllo Uullw.-i.vn perfect work? If, however,
were beaten by two pins by the Hoff- NKW OItUOANH,Jan. 23.-t.'ity park have tho grandest •c-oncry in the
world
we have
Beneficial to elderly people
On Draught at
Through Bleeping <-ar» dally.' ltatns al- publUhcd a line reflecting cm anyone
mann. The othw two games went to I'CHllltH:
who suffer from dryneas of
ways un low as other lines. Office 230 it was a mlHtuke of the lieud and nut
the Ansonti.
j.'iiui race, three and une-ha!{ furSouth Spring street.
mouth and throat. inbo«.oni y
.of the heart."
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