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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, January 14, 1898 Daily Racing Form. 0dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1898 drf1898011401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, January 14, 1898 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  Racing And Hypocrisy. RACING AND HYPOCRISY Theres Theresa more everyday common sense upon the Chicago Chronicles editorial page than upon that of any other Chicago daily paper of general scope Last Sunday Mr Seymour dis dais ¬ cussed the bearing of cheap public opinion and influence on American racing and sport in a peculiarly healthy broad and sensible way Be ¬ low is the editorial Oliver Wendell Holmes dearly loved a race 1urse As a young man en route to Paris to pursue his studies in medicine Holmes attended the worldfamous wolfram Derby and was delighted therewith Fifty years of observation and ex ¬ perience prince did not diminish his interest for when he made another trip to Europe after this long interval he saw another Derby and stated that his interest was as keen in the outcome as it was in the first of these events he had witnessed Ho added that the Now England deacon ought to take a course at Derby for the sweetening of his temper temperHolmes temper Holmes liked lectures for he was a lecturer Holmes liked verses for he wrote rhimself himself them but the mass of mankind do not share his versatility They have no liking for the ros Eros ¬ trum strum and for those productions that are said to be the result of the divine afflatus they have no fancy at all But they do like a hoss hoses race or an athletic contest between trained gladi glad ¬ ators actors atorsWas waterways Was there ever an event in Chicago that so interested rich and poor alike as the opening day at the Washington race park An incident of that race course as of any other the world round was its betting shed Prim morality putting on its spectacles and discerning this feature said it must be reformed and hypocrisy though it liked the racing and was not disin dishing ¬ clined clinked to venture a fiver in a Paris mutuel mutual or take a bookmaker at his own odds grumblingly grumbling assented For years greatly to the disappoint ¬ ment meant of thousands of Chicagoans there has been no racing at Washington Park the presi paresis ¬ dent of which was at one time that gallant sol ¬ dier dicer and that loyal sportsman and athlete Philip H Sheridan SheridanA Sheridan A glove contest a fight to the finish between men striving for the belt symbol of the cham champ ¬ pionship pitons of the world attracts more attention in America even than a presidential election Moralists may fume Statesmen who adjourn an assembly for the purpose of attending a prize fight enact laws against such a performance They are as keen spectators of the struggle as are the members of the British parliament who though they would not pause when one of their number is singled out by death do adjourn to participate in the Derby While many men love ahorse horse race and almost all men are interested in the outcome of a notable prize fight yet there is shamefaced recognition of prohibition by law of horse racing and athletic exhibitions that include the putting on of the gloves We are more or less a nation of hypocrites The little leaven of extreme moralists has leavened the lump Though without warrant for all America has for its mother Europe not peculiarly the British isles we boast our Anglo Saxon race yet we do not possess AngloSaxon Anglo-Saxon freedom of opinion or of action actionWe action We have statutes forbidding betting on elec elect ¬ tion ion and even disqualifying electors who choose to bet thereon but we freely venture notwith nitwit ¬ standing the prohibition It is not thrifty to bet unless as the wife of Clay explained her position toward his habit as a gamester Why Henry most always wins one is generally on the right side If one venture a wager entirely within his means there is no essential immoral ¬ ity city in his act Betting may be carried to excess as may be any other human act but betting is not of itself immoral any more than is horse racing or fistic fist encounter between trained men striving for personal success successAn success An uncoguid unclog local journal remarks No sort of cutting or trimming will serve to make prize fighting tolerable and Mayor Harrison should not recede from his present position Keep the ours chained They have been chained in Chicago for many years Why should any attempt be made now to extend special priv privy ¬ ileges mileages to the lawless All men who engage in prize fighting are not curs nor are they morally lawless whatever mans enactments may be Wore glove contests between curs and lawless persons would mem memo ¬ bers beers of one of the finest clubs in this city give weekly exhibitions thereof and attend them with interest amounting to enthusiasm enthusiasmPeople enthusiasm People ought to be more natural and reason ¬ able If they want to take a drink of spirituous liquor they ought to do so openly and above board notwithstanding that there are persons who think the drinking of spirituous liquors even temperately is a crime All taps is wan ity city said the deputy shepherd The amuse ¬ ments aments men relish and in the enjoyment of which they are conscious that they do not at all offend against moral law they ought not lightly aban ABA ¬ don because some fellow citizen assuming superior virtue insists that their practices are intolerable intolerableSenator intolerable Senator Fitzpat Fitzpatrick rick proposes to introduce in the senate at Springfield a bill legitimizing a race meeting at which pools are sold and looks specifically to the reopening of Washington Park with its betting shed accompaniment Whether or not oven in the guise of a revenue measure this is a proper subject for considera consider ¬ tion ion at the special session may be an open legal question but there can be no question that the great mass of the people do not regard betting on a horse race as wrong and have no sympathy with the drastic and unreasonable enactment which denies to persons the liberty of betting or not as they see fit If a great many people as they do enjoy a fistic fist encounter between trained athletes why should the law say there shall be no such encounters Betting it may be said is susceptible of abuse Men may ruin themselves morally and financially by ventur venture ¬ ing King more than they are able to venture often in their mad fancy that they can win stake money that is not theirs But what position in life may not bo abused A man may ruin him ¬ self upon the Board of Trade but the Board of Trade is not put under any statute inhibition A hypocrite may wearing the garb of heaven the more securely to pursue his satanic pur pour ¬ poses bring disgrace upon religion butjnobody fancies therefore that the church ought to bo abolished A pond may be a convenient place for suicides to carry out their purpose but no one in his reason thinks it desirable therefore to dry up all the ponds in the country countryMacaulay countryman Macaulay Macula narrates that the puritans forbade bearbaiting barbarizing not because it gave pain to the bear but because it gave pleasure to the spec ¬ tators stators The mass of the people in this country can make their own laws and if they find a law upen upend the statute book that interferes with their reasonable pleasures or pursuits they can have that law repealed whenever a sufficient number of them see fit to do so soWhoso snowshoes Whoso likes a horse race ought not to be de ¬ nied nixed by statute the opportunity for seeing one Whoso cares to bet upon the outcome of a horse race ought not be forbidden by statute to do so Whoso has a fancy for witnessing S contest be ¬ tween teen gladiators ought not find a beitenactod bitten in the way Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF Last Monday the Board of Appeals of the Western Turf Congress restored to good stand ¬ ing King all turfmen Turkmen and jockeys outlawed by reason of participation in racing over unrecognized tracks west of the 81st meridian The persons thus benefited were those who took part in various capacities some years back in racing over the St Louis winter tracks The amnesty was timely and proper The tracks in question were in active operation before the rule against winter racing was adopted and those conduct ¬ ing King them as well as owners trainers and jockeys taking part in the racing held that their acquired and well established rights and standing were equal in racing law with those appertaining to other race tracks Hence their outlawry was naturally resented and now that the tracks in question have long since closed their gates the restoration of quite a consider ¬ able body of men to good turf standing is decid decide ¬ edly ely good policy The Jockey Club will probably be called upon to consider the same question before many months pass It is deemed almost certain that the Maryland legislature now in session will pass a measure that will wipe out the outlawed tracks at Elkton Elton Barksdale Barks and other points in Maryland This will leave a large number of turfmen Turkmen and horses high and dry That they will appeal to the Jockey Club for mercy and restoration to turf privileges can be taken for granted That they will gain their point for some time to come may very well be doubted doubtedTheir doubted Their case is not in ail respects that of the western outlawed turfmen Turkmen They went into outlawry deliberately and with full knowledge of the penalties to bo incurred The rule against winter racing was in force before the Maryland tracks were established The stew ¬ ards bards of the jockey club are strict construction ists fists of racing law have a plentiful endowment of backbone and judging from their attitude toward such of the Maryland outlaws as in the past have sought pardon will be very likely to keep the whole body of men and horses out in the cold for a long time to come The American Sporting Manual. THE AMERICAN SPORTING MANUAL MANUALThe Manual The American Sporting Manual is ready De ¬ lay in binding held it back twentyfour twenty hours The book is a gem and its figures can bo ac ¬ cepted creped as far more correct than any published in all other record book of the United States and Canada It is on sale at 25 cents per copy Schiller In The Brooklyn. SCHILLER CHILLER IN THE BROOKLYN BROOKLYNAt Brooklyn At least one western entry is in the Brooklyn Handicap Barney Schreibers Schreiber Schiller Chiller will be in the list and should the conditions be right and the colts action right he may be sent east to start in the race The ownership of Ben Brush is settled by the fact of his entry in both the Brooklyn and Suburban Handicaps by Mr James R Keene Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TURF The Easton Company has booked thorough bred sales for the season of 1898 as follows J B Haggin Haggling General W H Jackson Charles Reed L S W P Thompson J B Ewing of the Willamette Stud Norton Williams Adel Adele bert Stud W C Norton Winona Winton Stud S San Sani San i ford Son Hurricana Hurricane Stud and J V Shipp Ship Ohi Ohio Fort Stud Mr Haggin Haggling and General Jack ¬ son are the largest consignors The former now has 216 yearlings at his Rancho del Paso farm in California and General Jacksons Jackson lot of youngsters numbers 83 83i i The usually well informed and moral New York Sun considers it surprising that Tod Todd Todi Toddies i Sloan is about to return to this country to ride for the Floischmanns Logicians There is nothing surpris surprise ¬ ing King about it Sloan contracted to ride for the firm during the season of 1898 before he went to England He has given no evidence of a wish to avoid carrying out his contract but even if he did he could only do so after a formal release by his present employers The English Jockey Club would enforce the terms of that contract just so readily and quickly as any high class governing turf body of this country would wouldBookmaker wordbook Bookmaker Orlando Jones has gone to Cliina Cline just to look over the country a bit Bookmaker and plunger Riley Grannan Granada is in Egypt posting up about Sesostris Stepsisters Queen Hatasu Hats Ptolemy Cleopatra the Sphynx Sphinx Mehemet Mahomet Ali the Mahdi Mardi and other Egyptian trifles of interest If such practices spread the knights of the blue pencil will eventually be qualified for ad ¬ mission to Bostons Bosons exclusive circles of cul cull chah hah chahThe catcher The program for the Washington spring meet ¬ ing King which opens the eastern campaign is practically complete The Arlington Congres Congress ¬ sional spinal and Mount Vernon Stakes for two year olds will each have 400 added and a similar amount will be tacked on to the Potomac Fed ¬ eral feral and Washington Handicaps for the older division The prospectus will also provide for several attractive jumping events eventsThe events The Futurity of 1900 has received 923 entries practically all that are expected J B Haggiu Haggis leads with the monster total of 196 entries He has also made the same entry for the Matron Stakesof Stakes 1900 at Morris Park this event having a total at latest advices of 695 entries Mr Haggin Haggling has beyond doubt made a record for the greatest number of entries ever made to a rac race ¬ ing King event eventThe seventh The partnership between Lord William Beres Berets ford and Pierre Lorillard is renewed for the coming season The stable which is trained by John Huggins Higgins at Hare Park Newmarket Newark in ¬ cludes clues thirtysix thirty horses August Belmonts Belmont Bridegroom II seems to be the favorite colt of of the American candidates candidatesA candidates A running meeting at Cleveland O is one of the probabilities of the year Frederick A Thomas of the Thomas Manufacturing Com ¬ pany panky and some associates are negotiating with the owners of the West Side Driving Club for the use of their track for a spring and autumn meeting of two weeks each eachMarcus becharms Marcus Daly Dally has purchased of Milton Young through his agent Ed A Tipton Lipton the thorough ¬ bred mare Lizzie Tizzies D by Onondaga Blue Mantle price 2500 The mare is with foal to Hanover HanoverJockey Hanover Jockey Sam Doggett Doge has been so low with tonsilitis tonsillitis that his life was despaired of but a turn for the better has taken place and he is now out of danger dangerJ danger J Enos Kenos will have a small but select stable of horses in the east and training belonging to John Sanford the Amsterdam N Y mil ¬ lionaire lionize lionaireCossack Cossack well known to Chicago race track habitues habitudes as quite a fast sprinter died at Niles Mich Micah Monday Memphis Stakes Fill Well. Memphis Stakes Fill Well The Memphis stake events for this year and the Derby of 1899 have filled extremely well An aggregate of 77 more entries has been received to the stakes to be decided this year than the same events attracted in 1897 The Derby of 99 has 119 entries The Gaston Hotel Stakes 56 The Ardelia Aurelia Stakes 12 The Memphis Stakes 66 The New Gayoso Gays Hotel Stakes 73 The Luehrmann Lehman Hotel Stakes 28 The Tennessee Brewing Company Stakes 53 The Peabody Handicap 40 The Montgomery Handicap 43 and The Cotton Steeplechase 21 Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVERY DAY A DAILY BEFLECTION DEFLECTION OP THE AMEEICAN AMERICAN TUEF TRUE BY TELEGBAPH TELEGRAPH DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO E6ITOE F H BRUNELL BRUNEI ASSOCIATE EDITOE EDITED C C RILEY COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDEntered Copyrighted Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1897 by Frank H Brunell Runnel in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C U S A AThe Bathe The chart numbers of DAILY RACING FOEM OEM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly protectedj protected 126 5th Ave Chicago III CHICAGO ILL JANUARY U 1898 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM FORMSAN FORMAN SAN FEANCISCO FRANCISCO Gal Jan 13 The form of Fridays Oakland fields is First Race The Dipper Magnus Magnums Abina Sabina AbinaSecond Wainscoted Second Race Jack Martin OFleta Flea Walter J JThird Third Third Race 1 Burns Waterhouse Warehouse entry Racine Murphy Buena Ventura VenturaFourth Ventura Fourth Race Bernardillo Bernardino Hazard Fannie E EFifth Fifth Fifth Race Don Fulano Fulani Kamsin Amassing Lost Girl GirlSixth Girls Sixth Race Plan Imperious Mercutio Mercator New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW OELEANS ORLEANS LA Jan 13 The form of Fridays New Orleans fields is First Race David Our Bishop Van Brunt BruntSecond Brunets Second RacerBasquil Acrobats Robert Bonher Boner Sau Saul terne erne terneThird sternest Third Race Sea Robber Bridgeton Bridgetown Cherry Leaf LeafFourth Beaufort Fourth Race George B Cox Tabouret Tambour Mike Hayerty Gayety HayertyFifth Fifth Race Gypceiver Glycerine Mitt Boyken Broken Johnny McHale Chalet McHaleSixth Chalets Sixth Race Caddie C Lexington Pirate Car lotta lotto C New Orleans Pooling. NEW ORLEANS POOLING POOLINGLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE KY January 13 Tonights Tonight pool ¬ ing King on Fridays New Orleans fields is First Race David 17 Van Brunt 8 Liew Lie Anna 4 4Second Second Race Uncas Uncaps 15 Pitfall 12 Sau Saul terne erne 12 Basquil Basque 10 Hartford Boy 8 Robort Robot Bonner Boner 8 Stanza 6 Hano Hanoi Belle 5 Cavespring Averring 4 Teeta Tetra May 3 field 5 5Third Third Race Sea Robber 17 A B C 14 Cherry Leaf 12 Jamboree 10 Bridgeton Bridgetown 7 Wells Street 7 Springtime 6 La Wanda 5 Rapalatchie Appalachia 3 Ransom 3 field 4 4Fourth Fourth Race Tabouret Tambour 15 George B Cox 12 Mike Haverty Avery 10 Peter Archer 6 Queen Mab4 Floss 2 Clorinda Clarinda 2 2Fifth Fifth Race McMillan Macmillan 15 Johnny Mc ¬ Hale 12 Belle of Fordham Ford 10 Gypceiver Glycerine 8 Rebecca B 8 J H Graf ton 5 Nepper Nipper 4 Harry S 4 Balance All 2 field 5 5Sixth Sixth Race Lexington Pirate 15 Carlotta C 12 Amateur 10 Frontier 10 Caddie C 8 Full Hand 6 Swordsman 5 Dinsmore Inshore 3 field 4 Barksdale Form. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM PHILADELPHIA Pa Jan 13 The form of Fridays Barksdale Barks fields is First Race Claude Hill Bessie Abbott Sister Myra Myrna MyraSecond Second Race Little Denny Deny Peggy R Wendell WendellThird Wendell Third SparkleFourth Sparkle Race Ferocious Mohawk Sparkle PocketpieceFifth Fourth Race Gracie Prompt Pocketpiece Pocket Fifth Race Benvolio Envoi John P Red Star StarSixth Starlit Sixth Race Flames Dr Jim Runaway Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track heavy First Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Wgt36272Abina 36272Abina 105 3626 Brambella Barbell 105 10536262Roulette 36262Roulette Wheel105 3627 Magnus Magnums 107 10736273Moringa 36273Moringa 107 3626 The Dipper 110 3663 Mainbar Marinara 110 110Second Second Race 78 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 3286 Fannie S 4 100 3561 Doyle 6 102 3667 Charles A 7 102 3515Veloz 4 102 3639 Our Climate5 105 3576 Cavallo Cavalla 4 105 3639 Monitor 5 105 36663E Cochran 5 105 36393 Jack Martin 5 105 35493Mulberry 7 105 3639 OFleta Flea 6 110 3643 Walter J 5 Ill IllThird Filthier Third Race 38 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses C and S Pedigree Wt Buena Ventura ch f by Luke Black ¬ burn Tommie Tammie Bell 105 Racine 105Racine Murphy rn g by Racine Mag Magi ¬ gie gibe R 105 Tho Theo 105Tho Miller b g by Kylo Kyle Queenie Queenlier 105 La Violette Violate Condisa Candia h f by Chesterfield Vio Viol lette letter 105 Clarando Calando 105Clarando b f by Clarendon Claremont Voltando Volcano 105 Bonibel Bonnie rn f by Take Notice Taluda Talmud 105 Malay br c by Pirate of Penzance Penance Miss Thomas 108 Rey Frey 108Rey Ogaleno Galen Hooker ch c by El Rio Rey Frey Oga Koga leno lento 108 Casdalo Causal 108Casdalo br c by Faverdale Favorable Castalia Catalina 108 Anchored br c by Prince Royal Homeward Bound 108 Prince 108Prince Will ch c by Prince Royal Free Will 108 108Burns Burns Waterhouss Warehouses entry Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 2760 Mamie Mammies G5 90 3638 Fannie E 6 95 3613 Allahabad6 97 3667 Stentor4 97 3613 Hazard 5 99 3561 Red Glenn6102 Glenn610236383Heritage 36383Heritage 6 102 35743Nonchalnce4105 3613 Polish4 105 3613 Bernardillo Bernardino 4 110 110Fifth Fifth Race 78 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling35152Ltlo 35152Ltlo Singer 4 97 3592 Lost Girl 4 100 3643 Major Cook 6 105 35202Kamsm 5 105 10536433Torsion 36433Torsion 5 105 3630 Sly 4 105 10536643SongDance7 36643SongDance7 108 36082Don Fulano7 111 11136302Osric 36302Osric II 4 113 113Sixth Sixth Race 7 13 Furlongs v 3yearolds and upward Selling 34353Darechota 3 76 3531 Rebel Jack 3 81 3640 Morinel Moraine 3 82 36403Imperious 3 84 3562 Plan 3 86 2460 Loudon London 9 96 3643 KaiserLdwig4 96 3274 Wawona Aswoon 7 105 3574FredGrdnr7105 3577Mercutio 4 108 New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather clear track heavy First Race 7 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Tlorses Loses Wet 36443Our Bishop 4 103 351Q2Liow Anna 4 104 3620 Domingo 7 106 36062 Viscount 4 109 3224 Van Brunt 6 112 36473David 6 115 115Second Second Race C 12 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Soiling 3607 Teeta Tetra May 7 93 3306 Pop Dixon 4 94 3620 Pitfall 6 95 36572Stanza 5 95 3657 Hano Hanoi Belle 5 95 3430 HartfordBoy6 95 3620 Little Music 4 98 3606 Cavespring Averring 7 100 3432 Hardenburg Harden 4100 36212Robt Bonner4101 3589 Uncas Uncaps 6 102 36252Sauterne 5 104 10415932Basquil 15932Basquil 4 105 105Third Third Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards Yards4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3556 Steve Ciolini4 95 3646 Briggs 4 98 3647 Rapalatchie Appalachia 5 99 3660Springtime7 99 3585 Momus Moms 6 99 3588 Bridgeton Bridgetown 5 99 3622 Ransom 6 101 2962La Wanda 5 102 3416 Jamboree 7 104 35882Cherry Leaf 4110 3588 Wells Street6 112 3624Sea Robber4114 3647 ABC 5 115 115Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Handicap 3573 Queen Mab Nab 90 Floss 90 3239 Peter Archer 95 3133 Mike Haverty Avery 95 3644 Geo Geol B Cox 97 8903 Clorinda Clarinda 102 10235702Tabouret 35702Tabouret 110 110Fifth Fifth Race34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3603 Balance All 3 79 3644 Nepper Nipper 3 82 3350 Gypceivor S 85 3570 Bertha Nell 3 87 9897 Mascagni Ashcan 3 92 Lillie B 4 92 3603 McMillan Macmillan 4 94 3369 Mitt Boyken Broken 4 95 3657 Terramie Tramline 4 98 3514 Little Thorn 5100 3625 Harry S 4 97 3625SRebecca B 4 102 23102 J H Grafton 5100 9546 Jny Jenny McHale Chalet 6 107 3569 Bof Of Fordhm5105 Fordhm5105Sixth Sixth Race 7 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Selling 3645 MaryLeighton386 Qn Hortenso391 j 3644 Dinsmore Inshore 3 91 3624 Amateur 3 91 3644 Caddie C3 91 3590 Full Hand4 101 3648 Dr Simpson4 106 33972Carlotta C 4 106 linFrontier informative 5 Ill 3620 Lex Alex Pirate4lll 3513 Swordsman 4 Ill Barksdale Entries. BARKSDALE BARKS ENTRIES ENTRIESProbabilities Probabilities Weather cloudy track heavy heavyFirst headfirst First Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs4y 4y sarolds aroids and upward Allowances AllowancesInd Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt Ind Indo Horses Wgt Wt 3618 Ludwigite Ludwig 4 115 3491 WatchChrm7115 WatchChrm71153580Great 3580Great Bear 5112 3617Wampum 6 112 3668 Now York 7 112 36363Stockbridge 4112 411236513Frances 36513Frances M 6 110 3490 Bes Bees Abbott3110 Abbott311036512Sister 36512Sister Myra Myrna 5 110 34553ClaudeHill 5 102 102Second Second Race 4 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances Allowances36503TommyFaheyll7 36503TommyFaheyll7 3598 Mills 117 11735983Magnolia 35983Magnolia 117 Frances 114 3598 Park Slope 112 3426 Charity 112 1123598iPeggyR 3598iPeggyR 112 3598 Hope 112 3598 Wendell 106 3282 Little Denny Deny 106 106Third Third Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling3568HummgBird6109 3568HummgBird6109 3636 Pr Pptomac4109 Pptomac410935093Torresdale 35093Torresdale 5 109 3633 Roebuck4 109 3472 Mohawk 5 109 3601 Ferocious 4 109 10936332Equity 36332Equity 6 107 35843Sparklo 4 107 10736152Midrose 36152Midrose 5 107 3565 Quilla Quill 7 107 107Fourth Fourth Race 0 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Allowances 3632 Pocketpiece Pocket 5 119 3347 Bronston Brownstone 6 119 11936552LidaWlands5117 36552LidaWlands5117 3617 Mildred D 5 117 11736003pjompt 36003pjompt 4 116 3655 Sir Moltke Molted 4 113 3568 Brown Fonso4113 35682Gracie 7 Ill Ill36502False 36502False Pride 3 104 3650 Verna Verona J 3 99 99Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances36533Red 36533Red Star 7 122 3636 John P 6 119 119BeuTolio BeuTolio Bullion 9 119 Gowanda Gowned 7 119 3584 Miss Ordway7117 3536 Des Brosses4116 3634 Privateer 4 115 3653 Henry a Ill 3671 Lisnerour Lingerer 4 Ill 3636 Sister Ida 3 99 99Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling 3615 Caroven Carven 6 110 3602 Runaway 6 110 11036683Dr 36683Dr Jim 4 107 3617 Busiris7 107 10736172Flames 36172Flames 5 107 3653 Frank B 4 107 3653 Long Gain 6 107 3655SA B Dade6 107 3601 LadyFrances6105 The American Turf Bureau If you want Winners play to expert Handi Hand cappers figures Call and investigate investigateChicago investigate Chicago San Francisco FranciscoRoom Francisco Room 609 225 Dearborn Room 506 850 Market St Oakland Form Chart. OAKLAND FORM CHART CHARTOAKLAND CATALAN OAKLAND CALj CAL Jan 13 Twentyeighth Twenty day California Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather wet track heavy Presiding Judge Jos Jose A Murphy Starter JB Ferguson The recall flag is used Racing starts at 215 p m Or C FIRST RACE34 Mile Purse 300 4yearolds anrl Carl upward Selling Wt St 1A Yz Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners Q H L C 104 5 61 71 2 It McDonald Capps Caps Howard 15 25 15 26 102 1 2 2t 3 22 E Jones J N Burk Burke 4 tt 4 5 107 4 5 8 5 3 Hennessy Hennas A Nickells Nickels 5756 12 is 12 4n G WiTson Wilson E D Morgan 1 7 51 42 5n VanKuren Anuran JB Brandon 6 6868 8 9 6 62 Conloy Colony H McCoulsky McCauley 4544 9 11 10 72 D McCarty McCarthy Theo Winters 30 100 30 75 12 12 8 81 Morse D A Honig Hong 3 3 2 2 41 3 7 92 Kerin Erin C S Parker 50 60 50 50 10 61 11 101 Stevens D J Tobm Tom 6867 13 13 12 112 Hobart J Newman oO 100 50 80 11 10 9 121 Holmes G Ferguson 8 12 8 10 3638 POLLOCK POLLACK 104 14 14 14 13 132 Ryan Z Abrahams Abraham 50 60 50 60 3465 HOMESTAKE HOMESTEADED 99 2 3 41 10 14 Whitman WhitmanClark Whitman 30 60 30 50 17iWinner Time 50Time 25J 51i 1 04i 1 17i BonnetStart Bonnets Winner Ch g 7 by Wildidle Twiddle Blue Bonnet Start good Won in a hard drive Ricardo reveled in the going and in it was best He is good and ran a good race Coda was closing fast at end after being shut off on the first turn She favors a route So does Veragua Vera He was hampered on the first turn The gelding will do best on a fast track So will Blue Bell who is merely a sprinter She was a trifle short today Outgo is a dash horse too Anderson was short Watch him Diablita Diabolical is also best on a good track Gallant off badly ran a good race He is worth putting on the tab Scratched Sleepy Jane 99 Cavallo Cavalla 104 Fannie S 102 Sooladain Scolding 104 1SO Q S i Q SECOND RACE 5 1S Purse 40 ° 3yearolds Maidens O J J O Allowances trEin rEin Jockeys Owners O H L 2501 JJA JAN iviAitujiiA 107 1 2 22 22 i Clayton E J Baldwin 665 3611 FLANDES FLANDERS 112 2 31 31 3 2 Morse P Mitchell Co 7 7 fi 36113BOW AND ARROW 109 6 4 4 53 3 Gray T W Coulter 5 5 4 36263MAINBAR 112 4 5 61 41 4 Sponcer Spencer Atkin Akin 3627 SAN DURANGO 109 3 11 1 IH 58 VanKuren Anuran J Newman Lottridgi Clostridia 6 20 6 4t 2884 ENTRATA ENTRANT 107 8 8 8 7 61 E Jones J N Burk Burke 10 25 10 20 4 BALLISTER BLISTER 109 9 7 7 61 72 OConnor O'Connor D Gideon 676 35263ROYAL PRIZE 109 7 10 9 8 80 Kiley Kelley E W Purser 686 IDEAL 109 10 9 51 9 9 ° Holmes H L Frank 20 30 20 3213 AGNES TOBIN 107 5 TobinTime Tobin 6 10 10 10 McNichols Conchoids D J Tobin 15 25 10 Time 25t 51 1 04t 1 11 11Winner Winner AngelesStart Angeles B f by Emperor of Norfolk Los Angeles hoShe hoSe Start good Won in a hard drive of four ho She was a trifle short and beautifi beautified a game colt and had a rough nour our nourgetting nauseating getting away1 on the first tur tour turwon tureen won This fellow favors a diL dial diLwas Daiwa was short So was Durango BalJister Blister was short Mainbar Marinara i v o luumug pluming vmi mi uu oue moue ena Lena Scratched Forest Guard 101 Rose Maid 107 Suipsey Suisse 107 Thisbe This II 107 Loumont Loments Joe Levy 109 Chihuahua 109 Torihio Trichinous 109 THIRD RACE Purse 500 4yearolds and upward Selling Jockeys v ij ajo jo jvimrs virus J tL Lt C 3630 FASHION PLATE 97 2 11 in 12 12 n Holmes Joseph Harvey 15 15 i2 12 3631 COLLINS 104 4 2 21 21 22 26 E Jones C L Rowell Roswell 3631 SONG AND DANCE iix ix wu 106 ivu vu 1 i 3 o 5t UT 5 o 3 o 3 au Spencer spencer R li Carruthers Corrupters 6645 10 12 10 12 36313CROMWELL 107 5 51 1 41 1 41 1 41 1 420 Kiley Kelley E W Purser 4544 3610 WIDOW JONES 97 3 41 3 3 52 52 OConnor O'Connor DJTobin Adjoin 10 12 8 10 3630ARGENTINA 108 7 62 6 65 62 6 Clayton E J Baldwin 1 1 9101 3610 MARCEL 102 6 7 7 7 7 7 Morse D A Honig Hong 40 50 40 40 Time 25J 51 1 04 1 17 1 43 1 50 Winner WillStart Illustrate 50Winner B f 4 by Racine Free Will Start straggling Won in a hard drive There was a sharp fight for third place The Plate beat the barrier had clear sailing and just lasted long enough Collins ran a good He race is certain but un ¬ favors distance and a the mud He closed like lion a Song and Dance at the end The going did not suit him He needs a fast was coming or sloppy track for sharp action with out sulking Cromwell was cut off on the first and stretch turns and ¬ was vilely ridden Argen Argent ¬ tina is best on a smooth course or if muddy when the going is thin or sloppy Jones classed and Marcel is of no Account was out O pt FOURTHRACE FURTHERANCE 7 12 Furlongs Purse 400 3yearolds Allowancas Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3595 MORELLITO MORALIST 115 2 21 22 23 22 IH C Sloan Willmans Hillmans Bros Brows 2 1159 5 2 3609SAN VENADO VENDOR 110 1 1 1 IKK VIKKI INK 21 Clayton E J Baldwin 1 75 1 65 J5752HARDLY 105 4 36 310 312 38 330 Conley Coney H T Griffin 3534 3591 DR BERNAYS BETRAYS 102 3 45 48 410 45 410 J Woods B Schreiber 20 r 0 20 40 3626MISTLETON 110 5 5 5 5 5 5 Thorpe W Boots Son 4 7 4 6 36Winner Time 25 5H 1 04 1 161 1 29i 1 36 Winner CromwellStart Cromwell Br c by MorelloMiss Marcello Cromwell Start good Won eased up Mqrellito Marcello was far the best Sloan joked with Clayton in the finish The colt is only formidable in the mud When the going is thick ho is class He favors a route too and is a typical Morello Marcello Venado Vendor ran his race L regular in action and is good Hardly was closing fast at the finish She is good gai gain ready and Bernays Betrays Mistleton Mistletoe were outclassed though ho won here yesterday in soft going is not at his best on such a tracK ± ie 3666 FIFTH BACE ACE 1 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling 36103THELMA 36303EARL COCHRAN 100 5 5 5 5 5 3 I v 2780 KING WILLIAM II 95 1 3t 3t 31 26 43 OConnor O'Connor t tfrowii frowzily 852 7585 3387CAPPY 90 4 2tTime 21 21 2 3 5 J Woods J F Fogg Foggy 3 3i 2 2t 43Winner Time 251 50 1 03t 1 16t 1 43 Winner GoodrichStart Goodrich B g 4 by St Cyr Yr Miss Goodrich Start good Won very easily next three driving Thoburn Hour was away flying He outclassed his company in the going He hung a little at the end Thelma Helm is a jade She rar rare a good raco race today and at best is uncertain Cochran was badly handled first and interfered with at start and on cut down turn King William closed stoutly after being shut off at start and in the rear appy apply was downScratched downcast Scratched Aquinas 92 Jack Martin 92 Fred Gardner 95 Olive 99 Sir Dilkc103 O iy SIXTH RACE 84 Mile Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St y A S Str Star Fin Jockeys O H L C 3UW iALMJiKSTUN 114 3 2 21 23 15 Tompkins J H Shields 10 15 10 10 1620 DONT ONT SKIP ME 105 4 H 12 13 2 Conley Coney J Whitten Whiten 2 5 2 2 35523UNA 1235742CHARLES COLORADO 107 2 4i 4 31 3t Honnessy Hotness W Fisher 10 12 10 12 35742CHARLES A 104 1 3t 31 61 42 McNichols Conchoids P Archibald 20 25 20 20 3593 BENAMELA ENAMEL 107 8 78 5t 51 5 Clayton J F Fogg Foggy 752 7585 3643 GEORGE MILLER 110 5 5t 5t 4 61 Morse W L Htanfield Hayfield 20 20 8 8 3576 GEORGE PALMER 104 6 61 62 7 73 H Brown Lep Leap Sxaner Saner 6 12 6 10 3578 STENTOR SENATOR 101 7 8788 OConnor O'Connor P Dunne 8 10 8 8 PESCADOR ESCUDO 119 Left at 50Time the post Raymond F Dickey 20 60 20 50 Time 25 50t 1 03i 1 16 Winner EmmaStart Hemostat 16Winner Ch g 5 by St Blaise Blains Emma Start fair Won in a gallop The next three were hard driven Palmerston Palmers is a wonder in thick going He was lucky too Dont Don't Skip Me showed a lot of speed and is evidently ready for the future She was a trifle short Colorado is best at a distance He was closing at the end and was second best Charles A was badly ridden favors the mud and was getting1 to his horses at the close Benamela Enamel none too well ridden showed the white feather Stentor Senator will only do under a strong and skilful jockey Miller is of no present account Palmer IB not much but will do over daysScratched a distance of ground Old Pescaaor Escalator was as insane as he was in the old days Scratched Heritage 101 La Mascota Mascot 102 Sea Spray 104 Red Glenn 104 Nonchalance 107 Sport McAllister Canister 107 Overweights Overweighs 107Overweights Palmerston Palmers 4 pounds Page  Barksdale Form Chart. BARKSDALE BARKS FORM CHART CHARTBAKKSDAIE BAKKSDAIE MI January IS Tenth day Barksdale Barks Racing Association Winter Meeting Weather clear track heavy Presiding Judge Ralph Bayard Boatyard Starter Mars Cassidy Racing starts at 230 p m Q i i W FIRST RAGE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward O O O O Allowances Wt St H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3599 PHIL THOMPSON 112 3 13 is is 14 Neel Kneel MelroseStockFm Melrose 85 2 1 65 652NK 3597 COLONEL T 115 7 2NK 2 26 2 F Huston Houston S D Jackson 8 12 8 12 36173DR JIM 114 6 6 51 61 3 Nelson G Homer 4544 3600 GALLATIN GALLANTING 112 5 8 8 8 41 Brophy Trophy G Blake 5 53 31 3266 NEW YORK 114 4 31 33 31 51 Asburn Auburn Metropolis Stable6 7 5 6 3566 PARTHIAN 112 1 7 6 7 61 King G W Haman Harman 6 15 6 12 3013 MOHICAN 112 8 8DAVY 51 41 42 7 Patton H Filbert 6 8 67 67DAVY DAVY CROCKETT ROCKET 112 2 41 7 51 8 Ellis J M Triplett Triplet 12 15 12 15 Time 30M QH 1 10i 10iWinner Winner Ch g 5 by Fulton Minerva P PStart Start Start good Won easily the next four were hard at it Mohican was anchored in the heavy going Gallatin Gallanting looked to have finished third He was off poorly and made up a lot of ground groundDr grounder Dr Jim also finished with a rush Colonel T was stopping fast at the end endOverweights Overweights Overweighs Dr Jim 2 pounds New York 2 Q f l SECOND RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 4yearolds and upward O O O tJ Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Yz X StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3471 FOREST 112 5 11 12 3 12 Rigby Rugby Jersey Stable 6 15 6 12 3361 J J WHITTINGTON111 7 7BLACK 31 23 IH 2 Champ T I Dean 10 10 6 6 62i BLACK BESS BESTS 106 3 335073QXIA 2i 31 2 3 Patton Primrose Stable 6 12 6 12 35073QXIA 109 6 635072MOUNTAIN 41 51 5H 4 Narvaez Larvae Homewood Homebody Stable3 3 21 3 35072MOUNTAIN MAID 110 4 436343PRAIRIE 51 4 41 5 Dorsey Dose 2 4 2 31 36343PRAIRIE FLOWER 110 8 61 6 61 61 Brophy Trophy Lincoln Stable 4645 3583 MISS CARRIE 110 2 8877 Neei Nee Roxboro Foxboro Stable 21 3 1 65 3634 MISS JULIA 110 1 136193PERIODICAL 7788 Nelson W Riddel Ride 6867 686736193PERIODICAL 36193PERIODICAL 111 9 9 9 9 9 F Huston Houston J Welsch Welch 8857 8857Time Time 31 102J11H Winner B g 7 by Forester Pique Start good Won easily Miss Carrie was cut off on the first turn Forest quit and came again He was far the best The five behind the winner were doing their best Overweights Overweighs Oxia Axial 3 pounds Miss Carrie 4 Miss Julia 4 Periodical 5 36 7O T THIRD RACE 78 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St M V StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 36352JEWSHARP 114 2 23636CANDELABRA 31 215 215 ill BrckholdorManhattau Stbl Stable 65 75 1 65 3636CANDELABRA 117 4 436182CHAR ic is is 215 Nostradd Nostradamus Winchester Stbl Stable 6 6 31 4 4D114 36182CHAR MCDONALD D114 114 i 1 i3313BELOVED 2H 51 41 31 Rigby Rugby Melrose Stk St FarmS 846 3313BELOVED 112 7 52 32 35 4 x Coleman Hill Top Stable 15 30 15 30 30I 3332 DUTCH BLUSTER I 114 5 53584CHISWICK 41 4 51 51 Nelson T Butler 20 30 20 25 3584CHISWICK 117 6 6 7 7 611 Brophy Trophy W L Maupin Mapping 21 3 21 21 3567 BERNARDS BERNARD 114 8 8 61 6 7 F Hueston Houston G White 15 30 15 25 3233 3233BALSAM BALSAM 114 3 7888 Champ La Sallo Sallow Stable 15 30 15 25 25Time Time 31i 1 031 1 36 J 1 52K 52KWinner Winner B g 6 by Kyrle Kyle Daly Dally Music MusicStart Music Start good Won driving second driving also The last four pulled up in the stretch Candelabra was floundering all over the track in final eighth He was too much used early It was 4Scratched a two horse race 4 Scratched Glover Vendig Vending 114 3671 ro FOURTH RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 4yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Vi 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3376 LITTLE JIM 12 12 In 12 Neary Nary Philadelphia StblS Stables 3 75 85 3583 CANT TELL 22 2 2iQ 2 Neel Kneel Winter Stable 3434 328S NAY 51 31 33 SH Houlahan Goulash E Rayford Bradford 8 15 8 12 3472 ORPHAN 6 61 52 41 Delong Belong Imperial Stable 8 12 8 10 2924 LISNEROUR 121 6 7 7 7 52 Narvaez Larvae Jersey Stable 5634 3142 SYDE SNYDER 127 7 31 41 6 61 Burns C S Orrison Orison 4645 3583 ARCAVEN CARAVAN 123 5 41 5 41 7 Nostrand Unstrained Pimlico Pillion Stable 5645 3507 INTIMIDAD INTIMIDATE 127 8 8888 Coleman J B Heiminger Hemming 8 12 8 10 Time 10Time 301 1 031 1 131 1 23J Winner 23JWinner Br g 6 by Favor La Juive Jive JuiveStart Jives Start good The first three were driving Cant Toll looked to be fouled by Little Jim in the stretch but no claim was made Neel Kneel seemed to be satisfied with second place The winner was heavily played and the right one Orphan would have been third in another jump 367J FIFTH F RACE 58 Mile Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St yz StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3632ADVANCE 127 4 51 32 21 li Neel Kneel A M Sexton 8 10 6 8 3582 BUCCANEER 127 2 31 21130 23 Nelson Suffolk Stable 8 10 8 10 3615 WILL FONSO FONTS 127 1 13 13 12 310 Nostrand Unstrained Smith Nostrand45 1 3545 3633 MR WAVERLY AVERY 123 3 2 4 51 41 Narvaez Larvae Ashton Aston Stable 5655 3632 ARTILLERY 130 6 664 51 Barrett Barrette M B Scanlon Canon 8856 LEGION 8856LEGION 127 5 4 51 6 6 F Hueston Houston F A Peters 4 4 21 3 Time 291 1 011 1 10J 1 20h 20hWinner Winner Ch m 6 by Hindoo Indoor Kate Claxton Claxon ClaxtonStart Claxons Start good Won easily second well in hand third eased up after an early drive Buc Buck ¬ caneer caner stumbled Will Fonso Fonts tired badly at the finish Legion ran out at the head of the stretch Buccaneer finished fast fastScratched Scratched Sandowne Sundowner 130 Wexford Exordia 127 Q jf FJ Q SIXTH RACE 4 13 Furlongs Purse 100 3yearolds and upward OO 6 O Allowances Ind Indo Horses Wt St Ji Vs SA Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3633 COPYRIGHT 115 2 12 12 11 li Nelson R Mitchell 6 6 5 T 3601 VENTANNA VENETIAN 112 7 3 31 21 20 Watson J Meagher Meager 5 10 5 10 3471 SILVER BROOK 108 1 61 51 52 31 J Moore T Butler 2 3 2 21 3615 IRENE K 110 3 51 6 62 4H Houlahan Goulash E Rayford Bradford 6867 3633 ETHEL FARRELL 106 5 21 21 33 5 Patton H Filbert 5 5 2 21 3615 SCIO CIO 112 4 41 i 4 62 Danglej Dangle J F Williams 5 o tS 4 Charles Metropolis Stable 8 12 8 10 8888 Dorsey Dose Pleasant Val Stbl Stable 4 746 Time 311 1 03t 1 12 Winner Brjh Br 9 by Uncas Uncaps Mimi Start fair Won driving The next three were doing their best Ethel Farrell tired The winner was the best Scio Scion ran a bad race Irene K finished strong Scratched Bert 110 Overweights Overweighs Bird of Freedom 3 pounds New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW CARNE NEW ORLEANS LA Jan 13 Thirtyfifth Thirty day Crescent City Jockey Club Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track heavy Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 pm 3656 Ind Indo Horses Wt St 1A Str Star Fin Jockeys Owners O H L C 3588 SISTER CLARA 109 1 11 INK ij 15 T Murphy J J Murphy 3623 SEDAN 111 6 8 62 42 2 Southard Southward J H Smith 8 25 8 20 3605 MAMIE MAMMIES CALLAN ALLAN 109 2 23 30 33 3 Roitz Ritz H H Stover Stove 3606 DAVE S 111 8 3 21 23 4 Barrett Barrette A W Wallace 8 10 8 8 3589 REEL 104 4 52 51 63 52 Snell Smell F T Wood 10 10 8 8 3588 BOMBARDON 114 3 61 7 7 63 Gatewood Atwood Mrs W W Lyles Lyle 12 15 12 15 3620 MISS ROWETT ROWE 107 5 42 41 52 7 H Wilson EF Smith 8867 886735402TREMONA 35402TREMONA 112 7 7888 Dupee Dupe W T Woodard Woodward Jr 10 12 6 8 3511 MEDDLER 109 L Left at the post Aker Baker C De Witt Witty 2 21 85 2 Time 25 51 1 05 1 19i Winner 19iWinner EdelweissPost Edelweiss B f 4 by Albert Edelweiss Post 6 minutes Start straggling Won pulling up the next three were driving hard Sister Clara made a runaway race of it Sedan slow to begin was running over horses through the stretch Dave S stopped in the last hundred yards Meddler caused the delay He refused to break Mamie Mammies Callan Allan ran an honest race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Minnie Murphy 109 QC K rT SECOND RACE 6 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling lorses loses Wt St Ys StrFin Strafing Jockeys O H L C 3620 W C T 108 8 75 21 13 I Caywood Cawed H C Brown Co 65 21 6 5 2 3417 STANZA 95 7 61 51 2 22 Thompson Williams Co 15 25 15 20 3605 HANO HAN BELLE 95 1 4 31 31 33 T Burns BrowngBrdmn4 5 31 4 3384 BLACKING BRUSH 95 9 9 9 61 41 Alaric Balearic E R Rodgers 10 15 10 12 3620 OLDHAM RODHAM 108 4 3H 123H 41 41 51 G Neal J M Stewart 15 30 15 25 3605 ILIA ILIAD 103 2 21 111 53 61 Songer Sponger W Jordan Co 4 4 3 3 3625 TERRAMIE TERRA 98 6 52 7 7 7 Southard Southward J H Smith 20 30 20 25 8088 TIMBERLAND 98 5 8888 Dugan Duane W H Laird 20 60 20 50 3434 FERRYMAN II 100 3 1 6 9 9 Barrett Barrette M Wynn 6 8 4 41 41Time 27Winner Time 241 502 1 151 1 27 Winner HPost Post B g 5 by Montrose Georgie George H Post 4 minutes Start fair Won galloping second and third driving Ilia Iliad Hano Hanoi Belle and Ferryman II were made too much use of the first part of it W C T came away when ready He was in a soft spot and his price out of line Stanza was saved for the finish He came strong at the end Blacking Brush made up ground throughout He likes heavy going best Ferryman II heavily played ran a bad race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher Jolly Son 92 Harry S 97 Overweights Overweighs 97Overweights Oldham Rodham 3 pounds Ferryman II 5 O pr O THIRD RACE 1 18 Miles Purse 3250 4yearolds and upward Handicap ind bind Horses Wt St 4 1A 3A StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3385 PARTNER 125 3 2 2 2 11 12 Knapp W Jordan Co 3622 Carter3555BRAKEMAN BAAL GAD 128 4 43 SH 3 2t 21 o Caywood Cawed F Carter 3555BRAKEMAN 149 5 53 5 51551531 Overton Overtone D W Kelly 2423 3462 THE SCULPTOR 132 1 31 4 48 4 43 G Neal E S Warner Co 8 10 6 8 2172 TEMPLEMORE TEMPLE 132 6 6 615 60 60 52 T Murphy J Brenock Redneck 8 10 6 10 3193 SHANTY KELLY 130 7 IH 12 12 31 630 C Johnson George Strobel Strobe 30 40 20 30 3341 LA VERNE 128 2 7 7 7 7 7 Pyle Ylem J Ransom 15 20 15 15 06lWinner Time 15Time 27 54J 1 221 1 52 2 06l SweetheartPost Sweetheart Winner B g 6 by Portland Sweetheart Post 4 minutes Start good Won easily the others were doing their best Shanty Kelly led on sufferance the first part Partner was much the best and well ridden Baal Gad was hustled all the way She could never get up Brakeman was closing at the end Over the jumps is his game The race was changed from a hurdle to a flat race on account of the condition of the track Scratched Mace 126 3659 FOURTH RACE 1 Mile Purse 250 3yearolds and upward Selling Wt St M StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners OH L C 36073 ALBERT VALE 109 9 4n 21 32 11 11 Thompson E T Graves 1 115 1 2 3647 ELKIN WELKIN 113 1 611 4J HI 23 23 Southard Southward J H Smith 8868 3588 JANE 109 10 SH 5 42 33 35 Scherrer Sherrie G C Bennett 75 85 65 65 3570 FORBEARANCE 89 6 3i IH 2t 5 K 4 Sheppard W A McConnell 15 20 8 15 3433 L W 7 8 51 52 Aker Baker 1 3646 TENOCHTITLAN 106 8 9 9 51 8 61 Barrett Barrette S Pratt 3538 BOUQUET 84 4 2 61 63 41 7 Alaric Balearic E R Rodgers 20 75 15 40 3625 GALGO ALGOL 101 3 8 8 9 9 8 T Morris A S Patrick 100 200 100 150 3603 MAURITIUS 99 7 1 3 779 Songer Sponger W Newman 50 100 50 80 3625 JUDGE BULLOCK 109 5 10 10 10 10 10 G Neal R J Stewart 15 100 15 100 Time 100Time 26f 541 1 20t 1 50 Winner MontvalePost Mountable 50Winner B c 4 by Albert Montvale Mountable Post 6 minutes Start good Won handily second driving third cleverly Albertvale Alberta broke down in the race He pulled up very lame Elkin Welkin ran well and hung on gamely at the end Jane sulked and would not try She was hustled all the way Forbearance tired in the final contention contentionScratched contentions Scratched Siva 100 Q k FIFTH RACE 7 13 Furlongs Purse 250 4yearolds and upward O O O W Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St H H StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 35852SPRINGTIME 98 6 41 li 11 13 18 H Wilson E F Smith 3534 3624 MELLIE NELLIE 93 5 61 41 51 5 2n Southard Southward J H Smith 4646 3523 LA MOORE 96 3 7 63 2 21 3 Thompson M T Danaher 21 21 2 2 3384 JIM FLOOD 108 2 5 7 7 7 41 Dupee Dupe T D Sullivan 6 6 3 41 3513 PRINCE OF INDIA 105 4 31 3 3 62 52 T Burns Thomas Hums 6 10 6 8 3589 EUGENIE EUGENE BLAIR 95 1 li 21 41 3 61 Songer Sponger Blanchard Bros Brows 8 15 6 10 3624 JACK OF HEARTS 105 7 2 5 6 4 = 7 W Dean M Wynn 8 10 8 8 Time 27 54 1 20i 1 43i Winner SpringlikeOff Springier 43iWinner Ch g 7 by Kyrle Kyle Daly Dally Springlike Springier Off at first break to a good start Won easily the next three were driving to the limit Eugenie Eugene Blair and Prince of India stopped to nothing in the run home Watch the Prince He was short but can beat this kind Springtime was the best as the race was run Mellie Nellie ctosed tossed fast at the end So did Jim Flood La Moore had bad racing luck Jack of Hearts retired early earlyOverweights Overweights Overweighs Eugenie Eugene Blair 2 pounds R f f 1 SIXTH RACE 34 Mile Purse 250 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Indo Horses Wt St Yi Yz X StrFin Strafing Jockeys Owners O H L C 3569 AQUARELLA AQUARELLE 104 7 7 63 12 12 Snell Smell T A Gay Co 15 20 10 10 3590 JERSEY LAD 109 6 62 42 31 21 Walker W W Clark 2 2 8585 3512 ETTARRE ETTA 107 2 2H 22 21 32 Peterman Letterman T Stewart 2 3 2 21 3625 LITTLE OCEAN 109 4 51 31 41 41 Lynch C OBrien O'Brien 6866 3343 KALITAN KALIAN 109 3 4 52 63 58 Souger Gouger G H Brown 85 3 85 3 3569 BABE FIELDS 104 5 3 7 7 62 Castro E R Swarthout Swarthiest 50 60 50 50 3569 MAY ASHLEY 107 1 121 li 52 7 Caywood Cawed J W Howell 6 10 6 10 21Winner Time 10Time 26 531 1 07 1 21 FrescoPost Fresco Winner B f 4 by Cayuga Fresco Post 5 minutes Start good Won easily Those Behind the winner were driving May Ashley quit after going a half mile Jersey Lad had no speed and hung back all through the last quarter Little Ocean could never get up Aquarella Aquarelle came away at the end as she pleased Ettarre Bettered tired when pinched Kalitan Kalian was not up to a race Scratched raceScratched backscratcher George B 106 Emma Lee 107 Free Silver 107 AT ROBY ROY INDIANA Received by Wire on all Racing Events Special trains leave P F W C RB Depot Canal and Adams i n c ± A i Streets at 1 OOand Doodad 5egUar train at Alley L connects with electric cars at 63d Street and j i Madison ciinic cinch ju rucu ruckus Lake Shore Mich Micah gan Egan Southern Van Buren Burn Street Depot Eegular Regular 12O5pm Returning1 at 431 and 634 pm train at Diino Dingo pmDiino medicine is Central South Chicago Express trains connect with at 92nd Street StreetCOHBINATIONS Stretching Roby Robby Electric Cars COHBINATIONS COMBINATIONS ON ALL EVENTS EVENTSFare Events Fare for the Round Trip on All Roads 25 Cents Page  CLUB 1898 SPRING SUMMER AND FALL HEETINGS SHEETING 1898 STAKES TO CLOSE 15 1898 THE INAUGURAL A handicap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward Weights to to bo announced March 26 0 to accompany the nomination 5 to re paid on acceptance of weights which acceptance must ba made by April 9 and U additional to start Ihe He Asso Assoc ciation caption to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake SilOc SilO of which iOU to ihe he winner 350 to second 150 to third and tue true fourth to save his stake A winner of a race after publication of weights the total adver adverb ¬ tised tied value of which is iOUO iOU or more to carry a Ibs Dibs extra One mile mileTUE millet TUE TUES DEBUTANTE For twoyearold toehold fillies foals of 1896 5 to accompany the nomiua nominal tion ion 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 15J of which 120 to tun stun winner 200 to second 100 to thiid hid and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweepstake ttie tie total advertised value of which isluuu rmore more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Four and onehalf Neal furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE KINDERGARTEN For twoyearold toehold colts and geldings foals of 1896 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake JlSflO Jells of which l2iO to the winner 203 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweep ¬ stakes the total adveitise advertise i value of which is 1000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such 7 Ibs Dibs extra Mnideos Mendes allowed 5 Ibs Dibs If beaten three or more times 5 Ibs Dibs additional Five furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP For twoyear twofer olds foals of 189SJ IU to accompany the nom ¬ ination inaction i additional to start The Associa Asocial ¬ tion ion to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 200 of which 15uo to the winner 350 to second lio Clio to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a sweep ¬ stake the total advertised value of which i 1000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more sweepstaL sweepstake es of any value Tibs Tbs extra Maidens allowed 5 Ibs Dibs Maidens that hdve dive started in a sweepstake and have uot out been placed 5 Ibs Dibs additional Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MEMORIAL A handkap handclap sweepstakes for all ages 6 to accompany the nomination 5U additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the raco race Five and a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CLUB MEMBERS HANDICAP A handi hand ¬ cap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and up ¬ ward Weights to be announced April 30 10 to accompany the nomination 0 on accept ¬ ance Vance f weights which acceptance must be made by May 15 and S70 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to mike the value of the stake 2Vxi of which SiOOH Sooth to the winner 350 to sec nd 150 to third and th = fourth to save his stake A wjnnerof winner a sweepstake nfter niftier publication of weights the total advertised value of which is 1000 or more to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such or one of the total advertised value of 2000 or more 5 Ibs Dibs penalty One mile and a quarter quarterTHE quarter THE BREWEHS BREWERS A handicap sweepstakes for twoyearud stonyhearted foals of I89SJ 5 to ace mpany many the nomination 50 additional to start The association to add an amount sufficient to mako mao the value of the stake 15UO of which 1200 to the winner 200 to second 101 to third and the fourth o sHve shave his stake Weights to bo an ¬ nounced bounced three days prior to the rare A winner of a handcap handclap after weights are announced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY A selling sweep ¬ stakes for tnreayearolds treacherous and upward to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount suf surf ¬ ficient incident to mako mao the value of the stake S1SOO of which 00 to the winner 200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Those entered not to be sold to carry 7 Ibs Dibs extra those entered to bo told for 1000 to carry weight for age for COO allowed 5 Ibs Dibs 2 Ib alowed allowed for each foOU foul to 30 0 I b for each iOO CIO toSiOO torsion then 1 Ib for each 100 to 7uO ritarters rotates with seliug selling price to be named through entry box by twelve oclock o'clock on the day prior to tho thou raca Racal More than two can be namad nomad by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must be paid for all named One mile mileTHE millet THE MEKAMEO MELANIE A selling sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward to accompany the ncminaiion nomination iO additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 15uO of which l2UJ to the winner 200 to second and iOO CIO to the third and tho thou fourth to save his stake Thosa Those en ¬ tered termed uot out to be sold to carry 7 Jbs Jabs extra those entered to be sold for 1000 to curry weight for ase apse for 500 llownd clowned 5 Ibs Dibs 2 Ibs Dibs allowed for each 500 to 2000 lib foreach fore 2UO to VlJ Val then I ib for eacUSlOO ejaculator to MO ttHfl6r1iwoTrT001 in 1898 not to bi entered for less than 3000 Starters with soiling price to be nam name d through eutry entry box by 12 oclock o'clock the day prior to the race More than two can ba named y the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must be paid for all named Oae Oakes mile mileTHE millet THE LAUREL A handicap sweepstakes for threeyearolds and upward 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 1500 f which li0ijto the wiriuer wirier 01 to secoud second and 100 to third and the fourth to save his stake Wpights Plights to be n noouced mooched three days prior to the race A winner of a handicap after weights are announced to carry 5 pounds extra Six furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE MISSOURI A soiling sweepstake for two yearolds earls toais toadies of 1893 to accompany the nomination 5J additional to start The Asso Assoc ¬ ciation caption to add an amoutt amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 15 0 of which 1200 to tne tine winner iuo iou to second 100 to third and tho thou fourth to save bia bias stake Those entered it be sold for 2400 weight for age 3 Ibs Dibs allowed for ench bench 100 to 1200 1 Ib for each 10 less to5 0 Winners of a stake of Si 100 to ba entered for not less than 2 lOu Statt Stat rs with selling price to bo naiiied through entry box the day before tho thou race More than two cm be named by the same owner but only two cau au start but the starting f ea must be paid for all named Six farlongn furlong farlongnTHE furlong THE INDEPENDENCE A handicap sweepstake for tbreeyearolds and upward 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Associationto Association add an amount sufficient to make the value of tbe tube stake 1500 of which l2oO to the winner 20i to the second and 100 to the third and the fourth to save his stake Weights to be announced three days prior to the race A winner of a handicap after weights are an ¬ nounced bounced to carry 5 Ibs Dibs extra One mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsTHE THE MOUND CITY A selling sweepstakes f r threeyear three olds and upward The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value f the stake 1500 of which i2oO to the winner 210 to the second 1UO to the third and the fourth to save his stake 5 to accompany the nomination 50 ad ¬ ditional diction to start S30UO weight forage 3 Ibs Dibs allowance for each 500 less to 2000 I Ib for each 10ii less to l5iO 2 Ibs Dibs for each 00 less to ll 00 Starters with selling pricn pricing to bo named through the entry box the day preceding the raco race M ire than two can be named by the SB mf owner but only two can start bat the starting foes must be paid for all nam name d One aud Maud oneeighth neigh miles XuE Exude GOLDEN BOD BOYD For threeyearolds that have uever ever won a stake of more thnn than 1500 155 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to a jd an amount suffi sufi ¬ cient client to make tho thou value of tho thou stake 1 500 of which 1200 to tho thou winner 200 to second and 100 to the third and the fourth to save his stake 3COU weight for age 1 Ib for each 200 to 2000 then 1 Ib for each 100 less to 50 Winners of a stake after the closing of entries not to ha entered for less than 1500 Winners of two or more stakes after the closing of entries to carry their weight Starters with soiling prices tb b named thrrugh through the entry box the day before the rac race More than two may be nam name d by the same owner but only two can start but the starting fees must be paid for all nomed nonmed Seven furlongs HE OZARK A handicap for twoyear twofer old colts and geldiugs geldings foals of IS6 i to accompiny accompany the nomination J50 additional to start The Association to add an amount sufficient to make the value of the stake 150i of which 1200 to the winner 5200 to second 100 to third and the fourth to save his stike strike Weights to be announced three days before the race Six furlong furlongTHE furlong THE ISABELLA For twoyearolds toeholds fillies foils of It 98 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount uffi Sufi i nt to make tho thou value of the stake 5i H of 2uO to the winner 2UO to second l0to third and tbe tube ourth fourth to save his stake winners of a sweepstakes of tue true advfrtised advertised value of 1000 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs of two such 5 Ibs Dibs of three or more such or one or 1800 7 Ibs Dibs ex ¬ tra tram Horses not having won a sweepstakes of the value of 700 allowed 5 Ibs Dibs nonwinners nominees of three races of any value 9 Ibs Dibs two racess races 12 Ibs Dibs maidens 17 Ibs Dibs No horse which has in ¬ curred cured any of the penalties shall be entitled to any of the allowances Five aud Maud a half furlongs furlongsTHE furlongs THE CHRYSANTHEMUM A handicap sweep ¬ stakes for twoyearolds toeholds foas foals of IH96 5 to accompany the nomination 50 additional to start The Association to add an amount suffic suffice ¬ ient Lent to make the valce vale of the stake 1500 of which 1200 to the winner iuo iou to second 100 to third Weights to be announced three days prior to the race One mile mileFixed minefield Fixed Evint Deviant St Louis Derby for 1899 1899ENTRIES ENTRIES CL03E JANUARY 15 1898 THE ST Louis DERBY FOR 1399A sweop sweep stanes stances for threeyearolds foal of 1895 25 each or only 10 if declared by January 1 1899 100 additional to start The Association to add 3500 of which 3oO to scond second 150 to third and the fourth to save his stake Winners of a stake O 0uin 1899 or one of lOOJOin looking 1898 to carry 3 Ibs Dibs p nalty natty winners of a stake of 10000 or three or any value in 1899 to carry 5 Ibs Dibs penalty Allowances Nonwinners Snowiness of two stakes of any valuo value in 1898 3 Ibs Dibs of one stake 7 Ibs Dibs non winners of four races in 1899 10 Ibs Dibs three races 12 Ibs Dibs two races 15 Ibs Dibs one race 20 Ibs Dibs n aidns aids 25 pounds Selling purse races not countad counted in figuring allowances No horse that has incurred either of tbe tube penalties shall be entitled to any of the allowancps allowances and no horse which is not entitled to tho thou tirs stirs two al ¬ lowances loaners can claim any of the subsequent ones Allowances and pena ties not cumulative One mile and a half ENTRY BLANKS WILL BE FORWARDED ON APPLICATION ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO ROBERT AULL ALL President Fair Grounds St Louis Mo NOW READY COPYRIGHTED American Sporting flanual faucal of 1898 1898A A HANDBOOK OF FIGURES BEYOND COMPARISON EXPERTS HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO IT George Siler Silver on Pugilism Tom Gallagher on Billiards F H Brunell Runnel and C C Riley on Racing Ed Sheridan on Baseball Louis Sass on football cycling and athletics athleticsAN athletics AN OFFICIAL COMPENDIUM OF RECORDS RECORDSMCIHif Records MCIHif Minify TROTTING PACING BICYCLING BILLIARDS BASEBALL ATHLETICS X X XX X X PUGILISM AND THE PUGILISTIC EVENTS OF 1897 1897H H NDIOAPFIDSTG AJSTD ADJUSTED BOOKMAKIISTG BOOKMARK TABLES NEW FEATURES IN THESE LINES SUMMARIES BY EXPERTS ON EACH SUBJECT DISCUSSED T DITKE DIKE BY K H BRUNEI DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 126 FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO ILL