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SOUTH AMERICAN RACING RACINGAn Racing An American turfman Truman who has spent two years in the Argentine Eepublic Republic and Chile talks as follows in an interview The principal tracks of the Argentine Be puM plum ic are the Palermo and Bolgrano Brogan the for ¬ mer mere situated two miles out of Buenos Ayres the metropolis of the country Our informant states that he has traveled over a large portion of the world and is of the opinion that it is the grandest racing establishment on the globe The grand stands building of mile track club ¬ house and betting quarters cost 1500000 as they stand the ground of the Palermo track being owned by the government Trains from Buenos Ayres run right into the grounds The choicest portion of the grand stand is reserved for the President the members of the Cabinet and their families familiesThe families The only way the Argentinians Argentineans have of wa ¬ gering gearing money on the races is by the Paris mutuel mutual plan and the government conducts everything in connection with the racing at Palermo Five r cent commission is charged Every ten iuinutes urinates before a race there is a halt in the bet ¬ ting and every five minutes while the specu spec ¬ lation elation is going on four large blackboards are hoisted to let the public know the sum that has been wagered on the various contestants When the betting on a race is finally stopped three blackboards are set up before the grand stands with the otal octal number of tickets sold chalked up and thV tV amount each horse should pay can be figured by any one that understands the plan After the race is over the dividends on the first and second horses are figured by the government clerks The building where the betting is done is a very long one partitioned into about 150 booths somewhat like our elec elect ¬ tion ion booths The ordinary price of tickets is 2 but there are booths for the heavy players with different bunches of tickets made up so that any sum can be quickly wagered wageredThe wagered The horseman says that on one Sunday in November 80000 people paid to attend the races 60000 of the tickets ranging in price from 1 to 10 according to location of seats The poorer classes occupy the infield and upper part of the home stretch and admittance costs 20 cents On seven races about 4500000 was wagered paper money worth 20 cents on the dollar The money had depreciated in value through the great failure of the Baring Bros Brows BrosAmerican Roamer American owners would not like the Argen Argent ¬ tine tracks which are of turf but very flinty Breakdowns are common American and Eng ¬ lish lush riders would not fancy the treatment they would receive there The native riders com ¬ bine bines against jockeys from this and the old country and put them over the fence every time an opportunity presents itself itselfThe itself The Bolgrano Brogan is much like the Palermo es ¬ tablishment abolishment though it is conducted by a syndi syndic ¬ cate carte and not the government The course is four miles out of Buenos Ayres which is a city of about 800000 inhabitants The ladies of that country are pronounced by our turfman Truman friend the handsomest as a class he over set eyes pon peon Paris only outrivals Buenos Ayres in its turnouts he declares and the way they attend the races would astonish North Americans I There is racing at the two big courses on alter ¬ native days during the regular season I IThe Lithe The boom in races began in the 80s when Valentine an American got the Rothschilds and Barings Bearings into the great scheme for reclaim ¬ ing King the pampas When the bubble burst the great bankers were the chief sufferers and while Argentinian Argentinean money was depreciated the people of the Argentine Eepublic Republic had a large amount of the gold of the foreigners and thou ¬ sands of them wore basking on the sunny side of Easy street Senor Bocau Boca about the wealthiest man in that country paid 16000 guineas for Ormonde Hormone 9000 guineas for the French horse Athos Bathos II In all he had about twentyfive twenty horses in train ¬ ing King and 100 in his stud studAthos saturators Athos Bathos II was the best horse in the South American Republic when our turfman Truman friend was there and an idea of his worth can be had when it is known that he ran a mile in 1 39V with 127 pounds or 58 kilos up The mile rec recd ¬ ord Ford in the Argentine Eepublic Republic was 138 made with 115 pounds up Athos Bathos II took up 150 pounds he says and ran a mile and seven furlongs in 3 12i which is about the best per ¬ formance Forman on record Our best on record is 3 20 made with 90 pounds in the saddle Athos Bathos II was a chestnut horse that looked a great deal like El Eio Eliot Rey Frey He was perhaps a little more compact in build with a back that looked almost strong enough to carry a house A really firstclass fistulas stake horse threeyears threshers old or over could win 200000 in stakes and purses there in a season so rich are the prizes hung up upThe Ute The Argentine racing season opens on April 1 and continues every Sunday and church holi hoi ¬ day until January 1 After the horses come out on the course no one is allowed on the track except the assistant starter As the riders weigh out they receive a little slip from the automatic scale and the check must be re ¬ turned as the jockeys weigh in The manage ¬ ment meant is very particular about the paddock and scaleroom saleroom and considerable influence must be brought to bear if a person enters the latter Paddock tickets sell for 5 The jockeys a poorly paid lot are treated as so many slaves They come from the lower classes and are only allowed to mingle with the scum All the stables are situated outside the courses and are separated by quite a distance distanceThe distance The trainers are the most suspicious persons on the earth says our traveling friend and they work horses with either very light or very heavy weights up in order to fool outsiders Scatter ¬ ed over Buenos Ayres are hundreds of betting places all licensed by the government and in view of this the attendance on races is truly wonderful wonderfulIn wonderful In Chile the conditions are altogether differ ¬ ent Kent The people are not as fond of racing as in Argentine Eepublic Republic at least they have not shown as much interest in the sport up to this time while their stakes and purses will not compare with those of the country where Or ¬ monde once made his homo The best racehorse in Chile for years was Lottery a wellknown welkin California bred horse by Monday Virginia He swept everything before him in that country injhe inhere 80s The best brood ¬ mare there by long odds was Lady Washington a sister to Ironclad and Cousin Peggy latter the dam of Geraldine She belongs to a Chilean millionaire and produced Jenourous Enormous Swell and six other good winners Several of her foals by Imp BytheSea Bytes sold for 15000 while 20000 was refused for a yearling from her Imp BytheSea Bytes a son of Thormanby Tahoma and Bornice Bernice by Stockwell Stock foaled in America in 1868 made the mile record of Chile 1431 and proved the best sire they ever had in the re ¬ public August Bolmont Belmont Sr owned Bernice the dam of BytheSea Bytes and she throw many good winners including the stake horse Ber Beer ¬ tram and was a valuable piece of property Our friend and informant says that Chile is a prosperous country and if a number of really good horses were brought into the country and racing conducted in an uptodate outdate way the sport would soon catch on there and become i just as popular as it is in the sister republic of Argentine over on the eastern side of the great Andes range Walters And The Dogs. WALTERS AND THE DOGS DOGSCharles Dogcarts Charles Walters the bookmaker is still fond of laying long odds against what he thinks are the bad horses in races racesIve recessive Ive I've been bit several times by the dogs says Walters WaltersOne Walters One day I was booking at Morris Park and some dog named Black Hawk was running against a good lot of sprinters I laid 100 to 1 against him and could not get him played so I boosted to 200 to 1 After awhile a little old Irishman with a 20 bill in his hand sneaked along in front of my box and held it up in my face Give me 2 on Black Hawk1 he said Oh make it 5 I answered sort of joshing him Make it ten he came back at me a little hot in the collar because he thought I was try ¬ ing King to kid him You might as well make it 20 Think what a nice ticket it will make All right make it twenty and I handed him the ticket 1000 to 20 20Black Black Hawk won I paid the Irishman off in three thousanddollar thousand notes and some green ¬ backs of smaller denomination He would hare none of the big bills He didnt didn't want that kind of money I think he hired a hack to ride into town that night nightBut night But I am still going after the doga dogma Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF The stakes of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club filled exceptionally well all the notable horses on the coast being entered The California Derby at a mile and a quarter with a guaran guaranty ¬ teed value of 5000 has fortyeight fortnight entries the Ingleside Ingles Stakes at four miles has thirtyfive thirty entries and the Tarpey Tape Stakes fiftyeight fistfight en ¬ tries triesThe trimester The suspension against Charles Murray the trainer of Lady Hurst has been made perman Permian ¬ ent Kent The judges at Oakland state that they have indisputable evidence that Murray has been in the practice of doping the mare mareThe Martha The Morris brothers have retired The Friar and will use him as a sire He is a most beauti beauties ¬ fully bred horse by Friars Balsam Lizzie Tizzies Baker The Dominican his brother died a few weeks ago of pneumonia pneumoniaThe pneumonia The Arkansas Jockey Club has been reorgan reorganize ¬ ized sized Joseph E Martin of St Louis has been elected secretary and manager Umbrella McGuigan Michigan is no longer a director of the associa asocial ¬ tion ion tionG tonG G F W City Tho Theo chances are strong in favor of our charts being correct The utmost care is used by editors and correspondents both over the item of weights All changes are wired wiredOConnell OConnell O'Connell is in Frisco ready for use when the proper occasion turns up Tho Theo once great sprinter is quite handy when he and his sur slur ¬ roundings groundings are comfortable comfortableGeorge comfortable George C Bennett hag bought a fine farm ten miles from Memphis and will go more keen ¬ ly into the breeding of horses in the future futureThere future There is to be a sixty days winter meeting at San Antonio Tex to begin December 9 Morris Horses Sell Fairly. MORRIS HORSES SELL FAIRLY FAIRLYAt Fairly At the closing day of the William Easton sale at Lexington the Texas band of A H D H Morris was sold The sales purchasers and prices were Cayuga ch h 10 by Iroquois Letola Extol by Lexington byLexington Bloomington Milton Young 325 325Abukru Abukru Laburnum ch m 12 by Ben Battle Oatmeal Oatmealby Oatmeal by VVild Vila Oats Milton Young 400 400Affection Affection ch m 9 by at BlaisorAfflnity BlaisorAfflnityby by Kingfisher Dr E M Norwood Cordwood 600 Ambition ch m 10 by Tom Ochiltree Ichnite As ¬ piration pirating by The 111 Used JE Madden 200 200Anna Anna byAlarm balsam B b m 8 by Glenelg Genteel Ann Fief by Alarm Milton Young 250 250Aquila Aquila Aquinas ch m 6 by Sterling Eagle by Phoenix Milton Young 475 475Certamen Certamen Certain br m 11 by Ben Battle Make sure by General Peel J E Madden 550 550Cheese Cheese Straw ch m 14 by Muncaster Unchaste Cheese Cake by Parmesan Milton Young 300 300Contradiction Contradiction b m 10 by Sterling Casuib Casuist try by The Miner Ed A Tipton Lipton 1000 1000Druidess Druidess Druids ch m 10 by Stonehenge Casta Casa Castagnette Castanet gnette getter by Marsyas Marisa Milton Young 500 500Everywhere Everywhere br m 9 by Tom Ochiltree Ichnite Gulnare Glare by Glen Athol Atoll Milton Young 250 250Frailty Frailty b m 10 by Prince Charlie Blun Blum ¬ der deer by Lexington H P Headley Headily 200 200Georgia Georgia br m 8 by Himyar Shimmy Dixietta Dixie by King byKing baying Ban Milton Young 425 425Haste Haste b m 10 by Energy Garonne Garner by Silvio Silvia Milton Young 700 700Homeopathy Homeopathy MaggieB Maggie ch m 10 by Reform Maggie B by Australian Ed A Tipton Lipton 700 700Judy Judy b m 8 by Sterling Marionette by Adventure William Easton agent for an English firm 200 200Kussen Kussen Knudsen byThe byTe ch m 5 by St Blaise Blains Carita Caritas by The IllUsed Illumed William Easton agent 500 500Lady Lady McNairy Centaury gr m 10 by Duke of Ma Leeway br m 7 by Himyar Shimmy Grace Lee by Kyrle Kyle Daly Dally John E Madden Mamie Mammies Russell ch m 10 by Eolus Bolus Tillie Lillie Russell by Scathelock Scathe Wm Easton agent 200 200Memoria Memoria Memorial ch m 6 by Oxlip Recollection Mendacity chm chem 7 by Tom Oohiltree Gul Gaul ¬ nare mare by Glen Athol Atoll Milton Young 600 Minnehaha Minnie III b m 7 by Wagner Minne Mine MinneUID Mine UID IUD II u Dil Dial n irirg airier 375 375Monotony Monotony ch m 5 by Iroquois Monita Monistat MonitaHardy Nonliterary Hardy by King Ban H H Stanhope Tahoe 200 Nahma Nampa b m 6 by Longfellow Queen Be ¬ luga lug by Kingfisher John E Madden 700 Perfume ch m 7 by Lowland Chief Aroma by Grey Gray Palmer Milton Young 500 Peterville Peter byRoaicrution b m 9 by Peter Rosario by Roaicrution Rosicrucian Milton Young 500 500Polmaise Polmaise Polaris b m 11 by Sterling Kathleen Kathleenby Kathleen by Speculum Milton Young 675 675Prosperity Prosperity ch m 9 by Zealot Wealth by Sterling bySterling observing Ed A Tipton Lipton 800 800Prudery Prudery ch m 10 by Duke 9f Magenta Virginity by Mortimer Milton Young 350 Ridicule b m 5 by Althotas Altheas Lizzie Tizzies Tabor TaborbyColtress Arboriculture byColtress boycotters Ed A Tipton Lipton 1300 1300Security Security ch m 5 by Fullerton Certamen Certain by Certamenby Certainly Ben Battle Wm Easton agent 350 350Sepia Sepia byReform briefer b f 4 by Petrarch Tetrarch Homeopathy by Reform Ed A Tipton Lipton 425 425Serene Serene b m 9 by Sterling Sedate by Sif Sift Sifton Sifting ton Milton Young 400 400Sister Sister Cheerful b m 10 by Petrarch Tetrarch The TheNun Then Nun by Bacchus Milton Young 200 200Tartlet Tartlet blk balk m 5 by Bendigo Bending Lizzie Tizzies Baker by Longfellow Wm Easton agent 750 750Veronia Veronia Veronica b m 13 by Trappist The Doe by Turnis Turnips John E Madden 600 600Zulu Zulu b m 9 by Pizarro Bizarre Zoo Zoo by Aus Anus ¬ tralian Italian Milton Young 350 Racing Dates Of 1897. RACING DATES OF 1897 Baltimore Md Nov22 Dec 4 4San San Francisco Cal P C J C Nov 29 Dec 11 11Oakland Oakland Cal C J C Dec 13 25 25New New Orleans La Dec 4 31 31San San Francisco Cal P C J C Dec 27 31 Dal Dahl ly Racing Form In San Francisco FranciscoReaders Francisco Readers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM in San Fran ¬ cisco can get the paper regularly from Foster Orear Rear Ferry Building foot of Market Street Some Cheap Books Of Form. SOME CHEAP BOOKS OF FORM There are a few books of form from August 24 1896 to May 22 1897 with linen paper lettered index in Morocco covers for sale at this office at 700 per volume First come first served Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY BEFLECTION DEFLECTION OF THE AMEEICAN AMERICAN TOBF TOFU BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO EDITOE EDITED F H BEUNELL BENELUX COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1897 by Frank H Brunell Runnel in the oflice police of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C CThe The The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protected 126 5th Ave Chicago III Entered in the Post Oflice Police at Chicago as sec ¬ ond bond class matter TERMS TERMSPer Terser Per Month 125 125Half Half Year 750 One Year 1400 1400The The above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass fistulas mail mailDaily malarial Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to j jJje Copies as firstclass fistulas rn n1 Local subscriptions outside the down town dis dais ¬ trict strict will be declined at other than first class mail matter rates SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS SUBSCBIPTIONS SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ST LOUIS MO OFFICE 19 N Broadway BroadwayBasement Broadway Basement M MUEPHY MURPHY Agent AgentOn Agent On Sale at 830 A M MDAILY DAILY DAILY RACING FOEM OEM can be delivered to any address in St Louis LouisBack Louisa Back numbers can be promptly supplied suppliedOrders supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the St Louis oflice police for telegraphic transmission CINCINNATI OFFICE 408410 Vine Street J R HAVTLEY HARTLEY Agent On Sale at Noon AT DETROIT DETROITWalter Deteriorate Walter Ryland Roland 45 Congress Street West Wayne Hotel News Stand Griswold Growled House News Stand StandAT Stand AT SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOFoster Francisco Foster Orear Rear Market Street Ferry News Stand StandAT Stand AT NASHVILLE TENN TEN Shyer Bros Brows Cedar Cherry Streets Duncan Hotel HotelAT Hotel AT LOUISVILLE KY KYC KY C T Dearing Daring Third and Jefferson Streets Louisville Book Co 356 Fourth Avenue AvenueAT Avenue AT MILAVAUKEE WIS IS WISPlankinton Plankinton Lamination Hotel News Stand Pfister Fitter Hotel News Stand StandAT Stand AT DENVER COL COLE COLThe CLOThe The Stationer Company cor coir Fifteenth and Lawrence Streets StreetsAT Streets AT NEW ORLEANS LA H J Holle Hole 641 Commercial Place PlaceAT Placemat AT KANSAS CITY MO Ricksecker Rucksack Cigar and News Co 9th and Walnut Streets StreetsAT Streets AT BUTTE MONT Keefe Keene Bros Brows Post Oflice Police News Stand StandT Stand T MEMPHIS TENN TEN AR M Mansford Manfred Co CoAT AT TORONTO ONT J D McSweeney Mesentery Palmer House CHICAGO ILL DECEMBER 1 1897 Ingleside Form. INGLESIDE INGLES FORM SAN FEANCISCO FRANCISCO Gal Nov 30 The form of Wednesdays Ingleside Ingles fields is First Race Mai Magi nstay stay Caliente Alienate Don Fuland Upland FulandSecond Uplands Second Race Ma rplot plot Morellito Moralist George Lee LeeThird Leathered Third Race Ostler Hostler Joe Sweet Faverdale Favorable Double Quick QuickFourth Quick Fourth Race Capt Caput Peirsal Perusal Our Climate Gov Go JBudd Judd JBuddFifth Buddhist Fifth Race Burns Waterhouse Warehouse entry Hora Hooray ¬ tio trio Sly SlySixth Slays Sixth Race Hohenzollern Lost Girl Dolore Dolores Pimlico Form. PIMLICO IMPLICIT FORM FORMBALTIMOEE FORMALISM BALTIMOEE BALTIMORE Md November 30 The form of Wednesdays Pimlico Pillion fields is as follows First Race Princess India Eileen D Char Second Race Sagacity Lambent Hi Daddy DaddyThird Daddy Third Race J A Gray Sunup W C Daly Dally entry entryFourth henceforth Fourth Race Senator McCarren Macabre Lady Dis Dais ¬ dain drain General Maceo Maceio MaceoFifth Maceio Fifth Race Wordsworth Oliver entry Dal Dahl gretti Garrett Pimlico Pooling. PIMLICO IMPLICIT POOLING LouisviLLEKYNovember Louisville 30 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Wednesdays Pimlico Pillion fields is First Race Charmeuse Chartreuse 15 Princess India 10 Eileen D 8 Dogtown Downtown 5 Taunton Stanton 4 Staysail 3 Arbitrator 2 2Third Third Race J A Gray 18 Premier 15 Old Saugus August 8 Squau Sequa 8 Billali Billable and Volley 7 KingT7 The Manxman Mamma 5 Sunup 4 Alarum 4 Sallie Clicquot Aliquot 3 3Fourth Fourth Race Senator McCarren15 Judge Wardell Waddell 10 Long Acre 8 Heigh High Ho 5 Lady Disdain 4 Homelike 3 field 6 6Fifth Fifth Race Squan Sequa 15 Debride Deride 10 Words ¬ worth 8 Lansdale Landler 7 Hugh Penny 6 Louise N 5 Daigretti Aigrette 4 Maurice 3 field 5 Ingleside Entries. INGLESIDE INGLES ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track good First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Wgt2705Easel 2705Easel 4 Ill 3006 Last Chance6lll 8274 Decision 4 Ill Torsion 5 Ill 2737 MeadowLark5lll 2579 All Smoke 5 Ill 26553UnaColorado6lll 3052 Cant Dance4lll 3006 Alvero Valero 4 Ill 3006 Monitor 4 Ill Ill23753Sen 23753Sen Morrill Merrill 9 114 8176 Schnitz Schnitzel 5 114 3031 R Q Ban6 114 2655 Don Fulano6 114 27842Mainstay 5 114 3006 Caliento Client 4 114 114Second Second Race 78 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances 3032 Bonnie lone 100 3035 Morana Moran 100 3065 Watomba Atom 100 3007 Marplot 103 2732 Charles Lebel Label 105 2652 Roxey Oxeye Murphy 105 10528402GeorgoLee 28402GeorgoLee 105 30542Morellito 108 2865 Mistleton Mistletoe 108 3054 Los Prietosll5 Prietosll5Third Third Race 1 Blile Bible Blile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Handicap 30523Santuzza 4 85 2952Thelma 6 93 2821Mamie Scott596 29522S Faverdale4 98 3055 Schiller Chiller 4 102 30343Dble Quick 4 105 2953 Ostler Hostler Joe 4 113 113Fourth Fourth Race 1 13 Miles MilesOver Milestone Over 6 Hurdles Selling 2735 Viking 3 117 2580CaptPeirsl3123 2735 JOG 5 132 2656 Monita Monistat 6 134 13427352Mestor 27352Mestor 7 134 2735 Hymau Hyman 8 134 2507 Gold Dust 8 134 3066 Gov Go Budd Buddy 4 135 2656 Malo Mao Diablo Dialog 5135 3033 Our Climate4137 2656TheBachelr4139 2656TheBachelr4139Fifth Fifth Race 1 18 Miles MilesThe Mildest The Presidio Stakes 1000 guaranteed 3yearolds Selling Selling3034ShastaWater 3034ShastaWater 98 29553Sly 98 982887Parthemax 2887Parthemax 101 30363Personno 101 1013056Horatio 3056Horatio 107 107Burns Burns Waterhouso Waterbus entry entrySixtlx entry Sixtlx Sixthly Race 1 Mile 3yearolds Allowances Allowances30332Dolore 30332Dolore 102 3067 Marcie A 102 2983 Veloz Vela 102 3053 Lost Girl 102 2608 Hohenzollern 105 29823Charley Reiffl05 Pimlico Entries. PIMLICO IMPLICIT ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track slow slowFirst loftiest First Race 58 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3042 Eileen D 105 30572Charmeuse 105 10530422Princess 30422Princess India 105 2803 Staysail 108 2787 Taunton Stanton 108 2367 Arbitrator 108 3025 Dogtown Downtown 108 108Second Second Race 58 Mile MileAll Illegally All Ages Selling 2850 Dr Jim3 100 3043 GHKetcham3100 3026 Convention3 100 MFStphnsn 3100 Father Bill 3 100 3044 Heigh High Ho 2 92 2594 Ella Rae2 87 3044 Sagacity 2 87 2896 Ella Daly Dally 2 87 3045 Hi Daddy 3 105 3026 Oceana Oceania 3 105 3043 Olifred3 105 10529753Klepper 29753Klepper 3 123 3044 Brentwood Greenwood 2 90 3044 The Cad2 90 3026 Ten Spot 3 95 2829 Gypceiver Glycerine 2 95 30432Continental5 106 2850 MastrJames4 106 30252P Chambray2 97 2099Endeavor3 110 Mary Jones3 110 2853 Kinvarra Invariant 3 113 30443Tabouret 2 102 2975 Lambent 4 118 118Third Third Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances2947Billali 2947Billali 3 110 2882Volley 4 110 2976 SalClicquot Salicylic 4 110 30583Sunup 5 105 1053043The 3043The Manxn3105 29782Alarum 3 105 29762Old Saugus August 4 105 3059 Premier 41 105 10530043King 30043King T 4 105 29472 J A Gray 5 105 1053061Squan 3061Squan 3 102 102W W C Daly Dally entry entryFourth henceforth Fourth Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances 3058 Sister Alice 103 3045 General Maceo Maceio 94 2722 Our Breezy 94 2881 Sen Seen McCarren106 3045 LadyDisdain Addis 91 30453Nearest 91 3003 Homelike 91 30452 Babieca Barbican 100 3044 Heigh High Ho 97 3044Long Acre 97 3045 Judge War dell Ill IllFiftli Fiftli Fifties Race 1 Mile Mile3fc 3fc 3yoarolds and upwards Allowances j 2897 Words worth 3 100 3046 Her Own 3 103 10330462Debride 30462Debride 3 103 3045 Hi Daddy 3 103 1033046LB 3046LB 3 103 3046 Louise N 4 103 2978Dalgretti 6 103 3061tSquan 3 103 3058liLansdale 5 103 3029 Taranto Arrant 3 101 3058SFree Lance 3 98 28503 Hugh Penny 7 117 2949 Maurice 4 109 tW M Oliver entry Ingleside Form Chart. INGLESIDE INGLES FORM CHART CHARTINGLESIDE CHARTING INGLESIDE INGLES CAL Nov 3O Fourteenth day Pacific Coast Jockey Club Winter Meeting MeetingWeather Meeting Weather cloudy track good Presiding Judge Joseph Murphy Starter J F Caldwell No recall flag will be used OV O FIRST RACE 58 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners PROMPTO PROMPT 101 4 42 14 H Brown A P Murphy Co 20 20 15 15 2552 VALENCIENNE VALENCIA 98 1 32 22 Holmes W L Stanfiold Stanford 10 20 10 20 2886 UNCLE TRUE 106 6 2 33 G Wilson W P Fine 4646 3032 HERMOSO HERMOSA HERMOSOYGNACIO 110 5 6i 41 Hennessy Hennas J A Gray 65 85 65 8 YGNACIO 102 7 7 51 Mclntyre McIntyre E J Baldwin 30 50 30 40 2455 CIMA CIA 102 2 IH 65 E Jones S McNaughton McLaughlin 15 30 15 25 3009 NOTICE ME 98 11 8 7 McCarty McCarthy J Williams 60 100 60 100 7978 EDDIE JONES 10 83 Piggott Spigot BurnsWaterhse5 522 2840 SAN CARLOS 108 10 11 92 Snyder G T Bertolacci Barstool 50 60 30 50 2732 MAGNELONE MAGNETRON 98 8 9 101 King HazlttChurchilleO 100 50 0 2886 ST PHILIP 103 3 52 11 McNichols Conchoids W OB Mcdongh Macedon 10 20 10 15 2678 GLENOWER GENOME 98 9 Fell Stevens W Donathan Jonathan 50 100 50 80 Time 80Time 25 50 1 02 Winner 02Winner B c by Racine Rosebud RosebudStart Rosebuds Start good Won ridden out The fog obscured view of racing bunch bunchon bunching on far turn and at half mile ground Starting figures were taken from post Prompto Prompt was far the best though lucky He is a good colt and can beat better ones than he beat today Valencienne Valence and Uncle True were lucky The latter was short Throw Hermosos Thermoses race out He was interfered with at start and the going was not to his liking Interference at the start cooked San Carlos goose Scratched gooseScratched gooses Einstein 106 106Overweights Overweights Overweighs Cima Cia 4 pounds Uncle True 3 San Carlos 2 t k I SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 350 All Ages Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 2679 SAN MATEO li li 12 13 H Shields Miller Blazer 3 3 2i 3 2901DR SHARP 41 41 22 21 Piggott Spigot W B Sink 1 1 45 910 2981 MERCUTIO MERCATOR 3i 9103i 3i 31 35 Coniey Coney G H Peters 3i 4 3i 3i 3031 GOLD BUG 61 62 42 42 T McHugh Chug Krause Co 30 40 30 30 30312CASTAKE 5H 305H 51 GI 5 G Wilson Kerr Boyle 15 15 12 12 3032 FLAGON 2 2i 51 60 Clawson Lawson WP Magrane Marianne 15 25 12 25 2954 FANNIE S 114 7 7777 Hennessy Hennas J Cronin 50 100 50 75 Time 75Time 24i49M02i 115 Winner Br c 3 by Salvator Salvatore Iris Start good Won eased up San Mateo is a colt of class and courage though he may not be Partial to a distance He handled his weight like a gentleman Mateo is best on hard going harp ran a fair race but not up to his mark He was not lucky though and inclined toward soft going So does Mercutio Mercator was also unlucky Fannie S The Bug and Castake Costae were out of their places Watch Flacdn Flacon He ran short Overweights Overweighs Dr Sharp 3 pounds 3O65 THIRD RACE 58 Mile Purse 400 2yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St 34 yz 3i StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3032 DY RACING FORM 106 1 13032FREE 12 13 H li Gray T W Coulter 454 3032FREE LADY 105 6 41 3i 22 2 Piggott Spigot W P Magrane Marianne 45 45 35 710 2736 CATAWBA CARAWAY IWi Kiwi 3 3i 2 3 3 Coniey Coney Neil Coney 20 20 15 15 2706 HIGHLAND BALL 106 5 529022SPUNWELL 5i 4u 41 4 Macklin Mackinaw R B De Lopez 8 12 8 10 29022SPUNWELL 1029022SPUNWELL 106 4 61 7 62 5i Clawson Lawson Atkiu Catkin Lottridge6 10 6 8 2706 YULE 105 7 7 6 5 60 McDonald T E Butler 8 12 8 10 7882 ALUMINUM 103 2 230322WATOMBA 2 52 7 72 J Woods B Schreiber 20 30 20 30 30322WATOMBA 3030322WATOMBA 105 8 8 8 8 8 H Brown J Wilson 15 25 15 25 Time 25Time 24J 361 49 1011 Winner 1011Winner B c by Burlington Ella Blackburn BlackburnStart Blackburn Start straggling Won ridden out Daily Racing Form is a keen breaker He beat the gat gait and finished as if but a sprinter Lady was away badly closed strong and ran an honest race She was best Watch Catawba Castaway He ran a surprisingly good race and favors the mud The Ball favors moist going yet closed a lot of ground So did Yule and Spunwell Spume who were both hami ham pered perked at the start Aluminum was short Watomba Atom was as good as left Throw out his race I Scratched Master Mariner 98 Sir William 105 O 105O verweights overweighs Catawba Castaway li pounds FOURTH ACE 1 18 Miles Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St y3 StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 30362DAYLIGHT 110 2 2i 2i 21 li 1 Coniey Coney Holly McLea Clean 2i 3 2 3 S033PALOMACITA 107 8 61 61 6i 2 = 22 ODonnell O'Donnell BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 2i 31 2i 3i 152903LITTLE 144 COLLINS 107 3 3i 3 3i 4 3 Gray C L Rowell Roswell 12 20 10 15 2903LITTLE CRIPPLE 107 5 41 7 7 51 4 Macklin Mackinaw J G Humphreys Humph 3534 2760 PALMERSTON PALMERS 105 7 7 1 16 34 52 Piggott Spigot J H Shields 12 20 8 20 3036 SONG AND DANCE 108 4 5i 5 41 62 63 Clawson Lawson E W Purser 5534 553430083CODA 30083CODA 102 1 IH 41 51 7 7i E Jones J N Burk Burke 12 15 10 12 27353GOV 1227353GOV BUDD BUD 102 9 9 8 9 9 8 Devine Define T H Boyle 25 30 15 Zt 30333TERRA ARCHER 105 6 8 9 8 8 9 G Wilson R E Cox 20 30 15 25 25Time Time 25 501 1 03i 1 17 1 44 1 57 Winner 57Winner Ch c 4 by Colona Colonna Laura D Start good Won in a hard drive It was not Daylights going He was well ridden and lucky He likes a route and the mud Palomacita Palma was best but badly ridden Collins was short He favors soft going and is about ready The Cripple has got to be an insane horse Pal merston merton and Archer are but little better Palmorston Almost and Song and Dance were short The former was killed olf Rolf by pacemaking peacemaking and does not like a route The latter was unlucky and will improve Budd Buddy was outclassed outclassedScratched outclassed Scratched All Smoke 105 FIFTH RACE 7S Mile Purse 350 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St 4 Vs StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 1933 CHIC 99 3 21 22 2 23 li H Brown T H Boyle 6867 3033 WDLAND DOLAN BELLE 107 7 li 14 li li 22 H Martin J Williams 3i 4 3i 3i 2951 B W 102 6 61 51 51 52 33 ODonnell O'Donnell BurnsWaterhse Breakwaters 10 10 7 10 3053 7585658529002MULBERRY COUPON III 99 8 8 8 3 4 t 43 Gray Miller Blazer 75856585 29002MULBERRY 107 1 41 41 8 7i 5 Clawson Lawson ArchibldLottge6 766 3008 MARCIE A 107 5 7 7 9 8 6 G Wilson B Kavanaugh Cavanaugh CO 100 50 80 3033 DON CARILLO CARILLON 104 2 3 3i 62 C 72 Piggott Spigot B Schreiber 6 10 6 6 30313FLORIMEL 107 4 5i 6 41 3i 85 Holmes Lee Shaner Saner 8 12 8 10 2625 YAMA AMA 102 9 9 9 7i 9 9 Mclntyre McIntyre H E Rowell Roswell 100 150 40 100 100Time 29JWinner Time 25 50i 1 02J 1 16 1 29J Winner B f 3 by Midlothian Militia Louise LouiseWon Louise Won good Won eased up Chic outclassed her field and is as fit as a fiddle The Belle was lucky and well ridden She is but a sprinter B W was well handled He needs strong hand ling and inclines toward a route Coupon has been overrated He was badly ridden seems to be better as the distances increase Tho Theo going did not suit Mulberry He was cut oil on the first turn and closed a lot of ground Garillo Grill ran a fair race He needs strong handling and inclines Pimlico Form Chart. PIMLICO IMPLICIT FORM CHART CHARTBALTIMORE BALTIMORE MD November 30 Eighth day Pimlico Pillion Jockey Club Fall Meeting MeetingWeather Meeting Weather clear and cold track heavy Presiding Judge Clarence McDowell Starter W J Fitzpatrick Jf K ° 7 FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 2yearolds Allowances i Horses i y2 StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 30253GUN METAL 104 2 4 2 22 22 li Irving J Hynes Haynes Co 2 2 1 1 2119 GHARMEUSE GAMES 104 1 1 12 ij lu 2 Hirsch A H D H Morris 4 4 2i 3i 3025 DCHESSANNETTE104 753MRS 3 3i 4 4 32 310 OLeary O'Leary F T Miller 753 753 MRS TRMBRIDGE104 4 21 31 33 4 4 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 6 15 6 12 12Time Time 25 52 1 05 1 1S AmyStart Amstar Winner Ch g by Eon Amy Start good Won driving Gun Metal was the best Charmeuse Chartreuse tired the last eighth So did TrumbridgeScratched Mrs Trumbridge Crumbing Scratched Yaphank Alpha 107 Pink Chambray 104 OQKO OK SECOND RACE78 Blile Bible Purse 300 All ages Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St J4 V2 M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 91030293LANSDALE 2724 MISS TENNY TENANCY 88 5 2 1 13 16 13 Maher PulsiferKarrick 75 75 45 910 30293LANSDALE 117 6 6 62 51 4 23 Forbes W M Oliver 6 10 6 10 3027 SUNUP 120 2 53 41 21 2i 33 Penn W M Barrick Baric 3434 2724 ORTOLAN PORTLAND 91 4 4 3 3 3 46 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 3433 2789 SISTER ALICE 88 3 11 21 42 53 52 Odom Sodom W Meehan Methane 12 15 10 15 2949 LUCID 91 7 7 7 7 7 6 Stanhope Tahoe R W WaldenSonlO Walden 30 10 30 3004 FREE LANCE 113 1 31 52 62 61 7 Coylie Collie W J Roclio Ocelot 10 15 10 12 12Time Time 25i 51 1 03fr 1 16t 1 29i 29iWinner Winner B f 2 by Tenny Teeny Fair Vision VisionStart Visions Start fair Won easily the next three were doing their best Miss Tenny Teeny had an easy thins at the weights Lansdale Landler finished strong He is a useful horse in heavy going Ortolan Portland weakened at the end endScratched undistracted Scratched Musketeer 110 My Maryland 88 Abingdon Abandon 117 Mr Stoifel Stifle 88 Isen Risen 88 THIRD RACE 1 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St V V Str Star Fin Jockeys O H L C 3027PREMIER 116 1 23 2 1 ° 11 11 Scherrer Sherrie J A McLaughlin 1 951 85 2882 LOBENGU LOBE LOBENGULA 107 3 35 36 38 310 23 Irving G B Morris 3 3 952 95230272BROMO 30272BROMO 103 2 1 1 23 21 35 Songer Sponger G Hume 3 4 3 3i 2354 CHALLENGER 108 4 4 4 4 4 4 Maher W Laimbeer Limber 4 15 4 12 12Time Time 25i 51 1 03i 1 17 1 44i 44iWinner Winner Ch c 4 by Sir Modred Molded Premium PremiumStart Premiums Start good Won cleverly Premier was well ridden and the best It was a weak finish on Lobengula Globing He is a bad horse Bromo Brome weakened when pinched Challenger was always outrun outrunScratched outruns Scratched Volley 117 Sallie Clicquot Aliquot 106 Requital 106 King T 107 Halton Alton 106 106Overweights Overweights Overweighs Lobengula Globing 2 pounds FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 2yearolds Allowances 3060 Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H XL C 30282 WARRENTON WARREN 110 3 4 4 4f 52 11 Forbes W M Oliver 2 3t 2i 3 330033SANGER 30033SANGER 104 2 1 21 1 1 21 Songer Sponger F Schafer Chafer 4444 3027 SENSATIONAL 104 5 31 IH 22 21 3n OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 75 75 65 75 7529492PLANTAIN 29492PLANTAIN 104 1 2 3 31 3n 42 OLoary O'Leary R Bradley 8 20 8 15 1530283BLACK 30283BLACK DUDE 107 4 51 6 5 41 51 Stewart John White 6867 3025 JACK DONAHUE DANAHER 107 6 6 51 6 6 6 Scherrer Sherrie W A Porter 8 15 6 15 15Time Time 25 501 1 03fr 1 16i 16iWinner Winner B c by Florist Addie Caddie Warren WarrenStart Arrester Start straggling Won driving Warrenton Warren came strong last sixteenth Sanger ran a good race Sensational likes a sloppy track Plantain ran well as far as he wont Jack Donahues Donates race was dull He had little or no speed speedScratched speeds Scratched Senator McCarren Macabre 110 Mont dOr doer 110 My Maryland 104 Miss Tenny Teeny 104 FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Allowances 8O61 fnd Ind fend Indo Horses Wt St Y ± V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3016SQUAN 103 4 4a 3 = 2 2 12 Forbes W M Oliver 2322 23223026SOUTH 3026SOUTH AFRICA 108 5 12 12 11 11 2 Irving Adam Bock 2 3i 2 3 3S029 S029 JAMES MUNROE MONROE 97 3 52 51 41 46 3 Odom Sodom T Costello 10 30 10 25 253026SPROMPT 3026SPROMPT 97 2 3 42 32 31 415 OConnor O'Connor W C Daly Dally 5544 5544S0013SUMMER S0013SUMMER SEA 95 6 6 6 6 5n 5 Stanhope Tahoe RW WaldenSon Walden 6 20 6 15 1530042ROSSIFER 30042ROSSIFER 92 1 22 2 52 6 6 Maher G W Johnson 3321 3321Time Time 251 5H 1 03i 1 17 1 44 44Winner Winner Blk Balk 3 by Tristan Dristan Squander SquanderStart Squanders Start good Won easily Squan Sequa came away easily the last eighth Rossifer Rosier ran a bad race The track was not to his liking James Munroo Sunroof finished strong South Africa dislikes a route routeScratched outstretched Scratched Continental 92 SIXTH RACE 3 Miles Purse J300 Hunters Steeplechase Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1 II 2t Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C BEN BOLT 151 1 36 3100310032 14 Mr Brown P S Brown 1 65451 28982UNDINE 150 2 1 It 16 is 20 Mr Black S M Nichols 3 3 21 135 2898 SIXTY 165 3 2 280 21 3 3 MrJHornor Miss M George 3535 SIXTYBEVAL SIXTY BEVAL BEVEL 170 5 5 5 5 4 4 Mr Roberts J Williams 10 10 6 8 2898 LITTLE GIANT 155 4 430 4 4 RefusedMr Refused Elder J McK Mack Merriman Merriment 6 10 6 8 8Time Time 7 07 07Winner Winner B g 4 by King Bolt Jr dam unknown unknownStart unknowns Start good Won easily Ben Bolt was the best Undine is a good jumper but lacks stamina Athlete was scratched after betting began Bets were declared off and a new book made Scratched Athlete 150 Calendar 150 Billy BD 150 Overweights Overweighs Sixty 15 pounds Little Giant 5 Ben Bolt 1 Page  TIE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES AND ANDNEW ANDREW CLOHESEY CLOCHES 3 NEW Y01K SPORTSMAN SPORTSMANCONSOLIDATED POOL ROOM and BOOKMAKERS CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDThe Consolidated SUPPLIES The Recognized Turf Authority k TICKETS of America AmericaAlways Americana PHONE n 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