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BURNS HANDICAP COMMENT The following is an aftermath of the Burns Handicap taken from a San Francisco paper of February 17 17Since Since the Burns Handicap has been run one hears all sorts of talk about the way it was won The big stake has been criticised from every stand ¬ point There are those who think Articulate would have walked in if he had gotten away and there are others who say he would not have had a chance anyhow Of course the handicapper comes in for a roast ¬ ing He always does Never yet have the weights for the Burns been made public that some one did not aU once set up the cry that this horse was thrownjin or that one was weighted out of it This season it was agreed that the weights were just ones Nothing good enough to win had his chances taken away by an excessive impost and nothing seemed to be favored in the matter of of weights weightsYet Yet now there are those who say handicapper Brooks made it impossible for Eonic to lose by put ¬ ting 98 pounds on her This seems to be a silly argument now The ring was filled with hundreds of shrewd judges of racing Saturday and they thought Articulates chances were about five cr six times as good as Eonics They thought Nones Cor rigan Black Dick and Frangible should beat the mare that won wonOf Of course it is a matter of regret that Articulate should have been left at the post Birkenruth seems to have lost all his form of last fall Every race he rode Saturday showed lack of intelligence and he alone is responsible for Articnlates failure to get away awayBut But one cannot but criticise the judgment which placed Woods on Greyfeld and Birkenruth on Artic ¬ ulate Of course Mr Smith owns Greyfeld entirely and in the event of his success would have captured the entire stake while if Articulate had won he would have had to divide with the men from whom he is leased Naturally Smith wanted his own horse which had been working splendidly to have the best possible chance But Greyfeld has shown all winter that he is a bad cripple and cannot fol ¬ low or set a fast pace and finish well also Woods got Greyfeld away in front and rode him a very good race but it was too fast a clip clipNones Nones lameness is not believed to be very serious He ran an exceedingly honest race considering everything On a fast track he would almost cer ¬ tainly have won Black Dick is another horse which would have been fighting for the money on a fast track He closed a tremendous amount of ground Both he and Nones are by Sir Dixon They run well in mud too but are slow beginners and a horse who has not speed at the very start is at a great disadvantage in sloppy going Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TUKF TUKFWhile While little has been heard of the new Buffalo association which is to build a race track in the Bison city for the last few weeks it is understood that work is being rushed in the final preparation of plans and other details With the breaking up of the snow a fine tract of land to the north of the city susceptible to the highest improvements awaits the attention of the track builders and by that time all will be eager for active work Indica ¬ tions are that Buffalo in the future will bo well cared for in the matter of the sport of kings The Highland Park Club has been successful in secur ¬ ing a special session of the Western Jockey Club for the adoption of its date schedule and is pro ¬ ceeding swimmingly with its arrangements for the summer campaign on the Canadian or Northern Circuit in which circuit of course Fort Erie fig ¬ ures as the keystone Providing the meeting which will open in Juno and run till the latter part of July does not conflict with the early summer meet ¬ ing proposed for Buffalo nothing seems to threaten an obstacle in the way of a good season at Fort Erie A glance through the oligibles of the west in ¬ dicates that the Canadian Derby should fill better this year than last year and it may be that we shall see another American Derby winner like Sidney Lucas and another handicap star like Advance Guard racing for the prize this summer summerPresident President W F Schulte of the New Louisville Jockey Club was in Cincinnati several days ago to close a contract with a firm there for the printing of the badges to be used at the spring meeting which opens at Churchill Downs May 3 3We We are going to have a splendid meeting said President Schulte Our stakes have filled surpris ¬ ingly well They show an increase of 150 over the events of last year The Derby is a very open race and from a speculative view point it should be more attractive than any race for the same prize which has been decided during the last half dozen years yearsThe The horses at Churchill Downs are all in good health and there are some as good lookers among the twoyearolds as I ever saw J E Madden has fortytwo youngsters in training there and a day or two ago he telegraphed for twenty more stalls I dont know what he is going to put in them but I presume more twoyearolds as T hear that he has altogether close to seventyfive gallopeta 01 that age We are building new stables now but lam afraid that even so we will not have stall room for all the horses that will come to the meeting meetingYes Yes Captain Bees has been engaged as presid ¬ ing judge That will end his engagements in the stand for the spring No he will not officiate at Latonia as has been published in one of the Cin ¬ cinnati papers I dont think that he has ever been asked to At any rate I know that he will not be here because he told me that he would not He is going to build a summer home and wants to personally superintend its erection The firm of Sullivan Harris of which Sam Har ¬ ris manager of Terry McGovern is a member will have a string of eighteen horses in training this year All of their horses are now turned out at HempEtead L I They will be taken up about March 1 and will bo trained this year by Christy Martin Mr Harris who is now at Cincin ¬ nati Ohio received a letter several days ago from Trainer Martin in which he reported the horses in good health and fine shape He is also in receipt of a letter from H P Headley Beaumont Farm Lexington Ky advising him that his mare Lin dula by Linden is safely in foal to Sir Walter A foal from this union should make a good race horse Speaking of his plans for the seasons campaign Mr Harris says We will not race a horse until the opening of the Gravesend meeting I do not believe in racing early I would rather come along late with fresh horses The percentage is better against horses that have been raced until they are stale and I figure that along about the time they get to Gravesend there will be a good many stale ones chasing after the purses Martin tells mo that Isia is looking fine and that he will bo a hard horse to beat Ho is by Tammany you know out of Isis by Bend Or As a threeyearold last year ho was a good winner Ho beat Miss Bennett and Sevoy at Chicago as easily as if they were tied and at Fort Erie he walked away from everything ho went against The Musketeer was about the only thing that gave him any trouble out east Ho was a good second to him in two or three hard races The Daily America of February 18 has this to say of the effects of snow on certain horses The boulevard and roads near Sheopshead Bay Graresend and Brighton were lined with thorough ¬ breds all yesterday morning and until late in the afternoon The heavy snow which fell Sunday night and yesterday was gladly welcomed by those who have in their stables horses that are affected with ringbones fevered ankles and infirm foot The effect the snow has on animals of this nature is vastly beneficial and in most cases cures entirely the two latter ailments It also strengthens the tendons to such an extent that the horses are at times able to stand a vigorous campaigning during the next season seasonAs As a comparison it maybe mentioned thatMarti mas who won the Futurity was trained at Water ¬ loo Canada in the snow and Saragossa one of the best handicap horses that ever came from across the border stood four years of campaigning after being virtually broken down as a threeyearold and won many great races racesIt It will be remembered that the veteran trainer Green B Morris was one of the first in these parts to promote this system of training that has long been in vogue among the Canadian trainers Morris and other American trainers wore for years par ¬ ticular about giving horses that were affected in the legs any hard exercise during the snowy weather in winter until Bersan which was owned by Morris became affected affectedAfter After many remedies were tried to get him to stand training all of which were of no avail the idea came to Morris that the salt water and snow gallops might harden his favorite bread winner The day after old Bersan was galloped through the snow from old Monmouth Park to the ocean and given both a snow gallop and salt water soak outs The next season saw Bersan the star of the handi ¬ cap horses He started early in the spring by giving Drake Carter and Eolian weight and defeat ¬ ing them handily at Washington in the National Hotel Handicap and Biggs Hotel Stakes but later on was beaten by the Dwyer horse Joe Cotton which he afterward defeated at Louisville A bill has been introduced in the Maryland legis ¬ lature by delegate Clayton of Elkton containing provisions which will enable the outlaw racing to open up again in Elkton The bill was prepared by former Senator John S Wirt an attorney of Elk ton and provides for holding of games and trials of speed between horses on the grounds of the Elkton Improvement Company or any ground that they may hereafter require It also repeals all general laws or any local laws which prohibited the sport This it is said will repeal the provisions of the act of 1898 which prohibited the outlaw races in Cecil County The new bill contains several apparently innocent provisions with reference to the encourage ¬ ment of horse breeding etc There is no limit to the time of holding the meetings and no license is required The Elkton fair grounds are now owned by the Elkton Improvement Company composed of several wealthy sporting men of Elkton and one or two capitalists from Philadelphia The grounds were once used as a legitimate agricultural fair but were aband6ned and sold after the outlawed races came to Elkton a few years ago The bill has been referred to the Cecil delegation in the Mary ¬ land House of Delegates for their final report A running circuit of minor importance called the Buckeye Racing Circuit embracing a number of Ohio cities has been formed recently The asso ciation will only give running races The following are the dates for the races in the various towns which have thus far joined the association Tiffin June 24 to 26 Mansfield July 2 to 4 Sandusky July 9 to 11 Lima July 15 to 18 Bucyrus July 23 to 25 Mt Yernon July 29 to August 1 H E Bell of Lima was elected president and V B Chesney of Bucyrus secretary secretaryAccording According to Mr Walden the most promising yearling in the stable of Messrs A H fe D H Mor ¬ ris is a half brother of Sam Phillips winner of the St Louis Derby of 1900 This precocious juvenile is by Bequital Reckon His dam in addition to throwing Sam Phillips also gave to the turf Add and Compute tho latter a twoyearold last season which won stakes on the metropolitan tracks The Messrs Morris paid 25000 for Compute as a year ¬ ling They have always owned Reckon which will be remembered as one of tho greatest race mares ever trained on the American turf Brooklyn Candidates. BROOKLYN CANDIDATES The following table gives in compact form the records for 1901 of the horses engaged in the Brook ¬ lyn Handicap As a mere matter of record two horses Endurance by Right and Roehampton stand out distinctly from the others It is probable that the former will not go to the post but there 13 no other horse in the race more worthy of support than Roehampton and none more likely to prove the Horse HorseEndurance Age Sts 1st 2d 3dTJnp Endurance by Right 3 IS 16 020 Advance Guard 5 43 13 11 9 10 The RhymerCarbuncle Rhymer 4 35 12 7 5 11 Carbuncle 5 31 10 948 Ethics 4 29 10 33 13 Water Cure 5 23 10 RoehamptonBlues Roehampton 4 10 9 Blues 4 21 9 Caviar 5 23 9 CaviarArgregor Argregor 4 25 9 Herbert HerbertTen 5 19 9 Ten Candles 5 15 8 TorpedoPentecost Flying Torpedo 4 28 8 Pentecost 3 19 7 Gold Heels 4 12 7 Lady Schorr 4 10 6 PetraHFlora PetraH 4 15 6 Flora Pomona 3 40 6 Hernando 4 16 6 TitcIimKt 4 10 8 Keynote 3 11 6 Oom Paul PaulSadie 3 10 5 Sadie S The Regent All Gold Kamara Trigger 4 9 Gold Seeker 3 8 Monograph MonographContend 4 5 Contend 4 11 Brigadier BrigadierBanastar 5 10 Banastar 7 3 Bonnibert 4 7 His Eminence EminenceLanceman 4 7 Lanceman LancemanChilton 4 10 Chilton 3 10 ChiltonSlipthrift Slipthrift SlipthriftReina 3 4 ReinaAlcedo Reina 46 Alcedo AlcedoDr 5 4 Dr Barlow 4 4 Baron Pepper 4 12 Alard Scheck 4 12 Port Royal 3 9 Northern Star 3 6 Garry Hermann 4 2 Black Fox FoxRoyal 4 4 Royal Flush S 6 Toddy 5 9 Flywheel FlywheelGulden 3 11 Gulden 003 Wealth WealthAlsike 11 0 Alsike AlsikeMaximola 6 56 0 11 10 35 MaximolaIrritable Maximola 3 3 0 003 Irritable IrritableHindus 4 0 0 000 Hindus HindusMischievous 5 0 0 000 Mischievous MischievousWithers 5 0 0 000 WithersElkhorn Withers 5 0 0 000 Elkhorn 4 0 0 000 Notes Of The Turf. NOTES OF THE TUKF While AllanaDale tho crack western colt will be prepared for the American Derby T C Mc ¬ Dowell says that not one of his other horses or those of W K Vanderbilt will be raced at Chicago After tho Louisville meeting McDowell will ship east Because of the fact that he had mapped out his campaign prior to the announcement of tho La ¬ tonia Stakes McDowell made no entries for the meeting at that track He says he will train all of the Vanderbilt string this year South Chicago In tho American Derby colts carry 122 pounds and fillies 117 with penalties for previous winnings and nonwinning and maiden allowances No statement of weights to be carried will appear until shortly before tho race raceTho Tho Unknown Charley Ellisons candidate for the Montgomery has gone wrong and left Ellison with a ticket calling for 20500 on Tho Unknown which was placed at 40 to 1 1J J T C Chicago Barnatos last start prior to his two recent races was at Oakland May 19 1898 The Burns 4Waterhpuse horse Bernota is a differ ent animal A B C Cincinnati O We know of no such stable Page  DAILY RACING FORM ISSUED EVEEY DAY WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB BULLETIN BULLETINOFFICIAL OFFICIAL OEGAN OF OFTHE THE WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB EDITOKJAXD PROPRIETOR F H BRUNELL BRUNELLASSOCIATE ASSOCIATE EDITOR CLINTON C RILEY RILEYSECRETARY SECRETARY MRS F H BRUNELL Cnttred in the Post Office at Chicago as second class matter DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO A Daily Reflection of the American Turf by Telegraph 1X4126 FIFTH AVE CHICAGO ILLINOIS COPYRIGHTED COPYRIGHTEDBntered Bntered according to Act of Congress in the year 1902 by Frank H Brunell in the offlco of the Librarian of Congress at Washington D C U S A Th chart and index numbers and track form of DAILY RACING FORM must not be used They are copyrighted daily and will be keenly pro ¬ tected SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE SINGLE COPY 5 CENTS TERMS TERMSPer Per Month 123 123Half Half Year 750 750One One Year 1400 1400Th Th above rates are for single copies as sealed letters firstclass mail mailDaily Daily Racing Form Publishing Co prefers to send single copies as firstclass mail in all cases casesLocal Local subscriptions outside the down town dis ¬ trict will be declined at other than firstclass mail matter rates To be considered and answered all queries to DAILY RACING FORM must be sent over the full name and with the address of the writer Those names and addresses are subject to a local and foreign directory test ST Louis Mo OFFICE 19 N BROADWAY BASE KENT M MURPHY AGENT ON SALE AT 8 30 AM AMDAILY DAILY RACING FORM can be delivered to any ad ¬ dress in St Louis LouisBack Back numbers can be promptly supplied Orders for advertisements can be left at the St Lonis office for telegraphic transmission Gossip Of The Turf. GOSSIP OF THE TURF J R F P Keeues noted fiveyearold horse Disguise II which won the Jockey Club Stakes worth 50000 in England during the season of 1900 will be retired to the stud at the close of the coming English racing season Major F A Daingerfield manager of the Keenes Castleton stud at Lexing ¬ ton Ky recently received word that Disguise II would be sent to Castleton to join the famous Com ¬ mando as representative of the Domino line of blood The Keenes have entered Disguise II in all the more important handicaps this spring where he will meet the besfhorses owned by WCWhit ¬ ney and King Edward VII His principal engage ¬ ments are the Lincolnshire Handicap Kempton Park Queens Prize the City and Suburban at Ep ¬ som and the Chester Cup CupA A meeting of the stewards of the Jockey Club was held at New York February 19 August Belmont presiding The following racing officials were ap ¬ pointed Starter C J Fitzgerald judges Clar ¬ ence McDowell and G H Pettingill clerk of scales H G Crickmore handicappor and forfeit clerk W S Vosburgh timer W H Berrett pad ¬ dock and patrol judge J L Hall A recommenda ¬ tion was made to all associations racing under Jockey Club rules that all races be started without recall and with a barrier released by electrical or mechanical device approved by the Jockey Club and that all owners and trainers are expected to have their horses properly trained to start On the recommendation of the stewards of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association the ch g High Strung was reinstated for steeplechase and hurdle Much against his will Burt Knapp the well known local jockey and who rode successfully in France last year is a passenger on the Kaiser Wil helm der Grosse which left New York several days ago for Europe Knapp intended to make the trip later in the season but went down to see some of his friends oft and while engaged iu conversation with Milton Henry and his wife no attention was paid to the cry of All ashore and before he knew it the great vessel was in the stream and on her way to Europe Judge Morrow of Nashville Tenn does not seem to think well of the idea of building a mile track at Atlanta or of holding a winter meeting there The course over which they will build has a deep gulch in it He says it will bo impossible to hold a winter meeting in Atlanta on Account of the weather and does not think one could be hold in Atlanta any better than it could be held in Nashville It is said that President Wall has secured a fiveyear lease on the Piedmont track and will open a meeting December 1 lasting 120 days Four more disagree ¬ able months could not well have been picked out of the entire year Then too unless Wall is able to secure a license from some reputable racing asso ¬ ciation under which the meeting can be held the best horsemen will not send their horses there for fear of being outlawed Sam Wagner manager of the Worth race track after seeing Federal from Sam Hildreths stable work at Memphis several days ago and noting his condition offered to bookmaker Joe Ullman a 500 commission qn Federals chances in the winter book on the Montgomery Handicap The price was 40 to 1 and Ullman refused to accept but 200 of Wagners offer New Orleans Form. NEW ORLEANS FORM NEW ORLEANS LA February 20 The form of Fridays New Orleans fields is First Race Panther Chickadee Frank Jones JonesSecond Second Race Flenron Parnassus Leroyd Third Race Memo Wastell Jessie Jarboe Pir ¬ ates Queen Fourth Race Prestome Homage Dr Carrick Fifth Race Jim Nap Azua Life Line LineSixth Sixth Race Joe Collins Little Tommy Tucker Charles C New Orleans Entries. NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track sloppy First Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds Selling SellingInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdc 28979 Yampa 112 6 30671 Sam Houston 112 6 30705 Goldaga 112 6 24743 Merry Maker 112 6 6Navillus Navillus 112 30G71 Frank Jones 109 7 7306712Panther 306712Panther 109 7 7Hard Hard Heart b f byDochart Pearl Street 107 30552Lady Alza 107 6 30552 Donald Ambrose 102 6 30100 The Mormon 102 6 630G713Chickadee 30G713Chickadee 100 7 7Second Second Race 34 Mile 3yearblds and upward Selling 303513St Wood 6 110 30568 H S Tobacco 8 110 28416 Peter Duryea 5 110 27181 John LitiTerty 4il09 305553Echo Dalei 4 108 29360Aratoma 7 107 30759 Lady Contrary 5 105 30568 Zack Ford 4 105 30150 Fleuron 5 103 30688 Alpaca 5 100 30689 Parnassus 3 94 307402Loroyd 3 89 Third Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30035 Prairie Dog 5 107 30690 Jessie Jarboe 6 104 307432Star Cotton 5 101 307102Deponan 5 96 30554Saragamp 4 93 30606Pirates Queen 4 95 30385 Digby Bell 3 87 30740MemeWastell 3 80 Fourth Race 1 116 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling305373Pay 305373Pay the Fiddler 6 113 30675 AloertLee 5 113 30709 Meggs 7 113 307612Dr Carrick 4 112 30588 Carlovingian 4 109 30761 ZackPhelps 4 109 305542Prestome 5 108 3067G Robert Bonner 8 108 306763Balloon 4 107 30636VLittle Lois 4 107 30739 Homage 4 107 30722Bello of Elgin 4 102 Fifth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30249 Aquinas 8 107 30756 Dramburg 5 104 30503 Avatar 5 101 29806 Edna Bergen 4 99 30693 Life Line 4 99 30J99 Jim Nap 4 94 30673 Azua 5 94 30671 Corinne C 3 91 30671 Insolence 3 85 Sixth Race 1 11G Miles Miles3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30654 Charles C 5 108 30739 ElMoran 5 108 30673 Bequeath 7 103 30334 Veritable Boy 4 104 30744 Little Tommy Tucker 4 104 30316 Ahamo 5 103 30724 Aaron 4 101 29993 Lissome 5 100 30656 Birdie Stone 4 99 30450 Amoroso 4 99 30330 Anna Darling 3 99 30673 Joe Collins 4 96 Oakland Form. OAKLAND FORM OAKLAND CAL February 20 The form of Fri ¬ days Oakland fields is First Race Nigretto Tom Mitchell Mi Rcina RcinaSecond Second Race Killdoo Urchin Legal Maxim MaximThird Third Race Duckoy Redwald Bragg BraggFourth Fourth Race Sombrero Josio G Botany BotanyFifth Fifth Race Colonial Girl Jacqueminot Water Scratch ScratchSixth Sixth Race Siddons Hungarian Master Lee Oakland Entries. OAKLAND ENTRIES Probabilities Weather wot track muddy muddyFirst First Race 12 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Maidens Allowances AllowancesInd Ind Horses color sex pedigree Wt Hdcp Hdcp307123Delsegno 307123Delsegno 113 710 30712 Elliston 113 700 306432Tom Mitchell 110 720 720Guida Guida ch f by Major Richards Fantasma 110 306612Mi Reina 110 715 715306952Nigrette 306952Nigrette 110 725 30695 Len Reno 110 715 715SOI88 SOI88 J H Bennett 108 703 30627 Dupage 108 700 30524 Maud Sherwood 105 710 30104 Clarinette 105 700 30712 Olahurst 105 705 705Second Second Race 78 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling SellingInd Ind Horses Age Wt Hdcp Hdcp307143Urchin 307143Urchin 5 119 720 30660 Monda 6 119 705 30716 LoyalS 4 116 700 700307282Bassonzo 307282Bassonzo 3 114 710 30750 Legal Maxim 3 104 715 30730 Killdoe 3 104 725 Third Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling 30697 Frangible 5 Ill 700 30731 Redwald 5 Ill 720 72030698Duckoy 30698Duckoy 5 Ill 725 725307152Bragg 307152Bragg 3 94 715 715Fourth Fourth Race 78 Mile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Allowances30749Dunblane 30749Dunblane 5 112 720 30711 J Botany 3 94 725 72530160Sombrero 30160Sombrero 3 94 750 75030475JosieG 30475JosieG 3 92 740 740Tiftli Tiftli Race 34 Mile 3yearolds Selling Selling298293E1 298293E1 Chihuahua 112 710 30258 Water Scratch 108 715 30750 Evander 108 705 705306462Colonial 306462Colonial Girl 107 725 30490 Jacqueminot 104 720 720Sixth Sixth Race 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling307142Siddons 307142Siddons 4 107 725 30749 Sea Lion 6 106 705 705307332Hnngarian 307332Hnngarian 6 106 720 30629 Lavator 6 103 715 30749 Master Lee 6 103 715 29885 Elmer L 4 101 710 Charleston Form. CHARLESTON FORM CHARLESTON S C February 20 The form of Fridays Charleston fields is First Race Passaic Petronius Figurante Second Race Clarris Lauria Janie Seay Third Race Hucena Dr Worth Handcuff Fourth Race Certain Lake Fonso Presgrave Fifth Race Ellis Ordeal Toad Rainey Charleston Entries. CHARLESTON ENTRIES Probabilities Weather cloudy track slow First Race 58 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling End Horses Age Wt Hdcp 30755 Petronius 6 108 695 30480 Passaic 6 106 700 30701 Figurante 5 106 690 690307212Gratia 307212Gratia 5 106 685 30596 Canrobert 5 103 670 30734 Hanno 4 102 670 670303412Troubalino 303412Troubalino 5 101 C C307372Trilby 307372Trilby Nelson 8 101 680 29954 En Blaze 3 97 660 660Second Second Race 4 13 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Selling Selling306662Millstroam 306662Millstroam 7 109 685 30766 Laroquoise 7 106 680 30755 Sackhen a 94 675 675307623Lauria 307623Lauria 8 94 695 30737 Johnny Brown 4 92 670 30734 Janie Seay 3 89 690 30735 Clarris 3 79 700 700Third Third Race 1 Mile 3yearqlds and upward Allowances Allowances307192Handcuff 307192Handcuff 6 114 690 69030J9S2Tom 30J9S2Tom Curl 4 106 685 30764 Kildarlie 5 101 680 680307633Dr 307633Dr Worth 3 94 695 695307193Huccna 307193Huccna 3 89 700 700Fourth Fourth Race 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling307382Certain 307382Certain 5 112 700 30754 Cathedral 6 110 675 30738 Lake Fonso 6 110 695 695306862QueenL 306862QueenL 6 110 680 30719 Presgrave 4 109 690 30348 Evas Darling v 4 102 683 68330720Mudder 30720Mudder 4 102 675 30163 Welsh Girl 4 102 680 680Fifth Fifth Race 5 13 Furlongs Furlongs4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling Selling30762Ellis 30762Ellis 7 110 700 30736 Chinooka 5 106 685 685307662Ordeal 307662Ordeal 6 103 695 30562 Henry Hammond 4 102 660 30762 Lulu Hammond 5 101 675 30734 Suttee 6 98 680 307343Toad Rainoy 4 97 690 REYNOLDS CO 72 119 DEARBORN ST ST2Winners 2Winners Guaranteed at Oakland Daiy2 TODAV TODAVwe we will give our customers Oakland selection8 the same as usual usualLOUREY LOUREY 21 ALBERT F DEWEY 21 21Both Both backed for a killing were our best bets yesterday at New Orleans 500 forfeited if the above were not given by us as straight winners winnersTODAY TODAY TODAYwe we have a grand long shot that has been spec ¬ ially 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BANISH 12 to 1 won and we advised 600 clients to plunge for the limit SIXTH RACE 4 to 10 to 1 extra special Ten dollars placed on each of our three good things today should make every patron at least three hundred dollars dollars 300 SATURDAY FIRST RACE AT NEW ORLEANS 10 to 1 shot In another race we have one that will be at least 50 to 1 and win Not another turf bureau in America except us knows of this oO to 1 shot If you chanceFORM want to win big money with small capital this is your chance FORM LETTER HANDICAP ON ALL RACES ON SALE AT 9 A M MRace Race Track Information Bureau BureauAlso Also sold at cigar stand Adams Express Bldg 185 Dearborn St Eolmans cigar store 267 Dearborn St news stand northeast corner Van Buren and Dearborn Sts Not sold on any race trains Page  Charleston Form Chart. CHARLESTON FORM CHART CHARTCHARLESTON CHARLESTON S C February 20 Fiftyseventh day Charleston Racing Association AssociationWinter Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track good Presiding Judge J B Morrow Starter v F Bruen Racing starts at 3 00 p m O i r O FIRST RACE 34 Mile Purse 150 4yearolds and upward Soiling Ow t O Substitute for regular race declared off Horses A Wt St Vz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30736ELLIS 7 107 1 H 12 210 IH W Woods H Mack 24 2 2 45 30721 ABORIGINE 5107 5 4 21 In 220 David J Agnew 45 45 710 out 30666 LAURTA 8 105 2 55 55 41 34 Rooney R E Causey 6 15 15 4 30683 JOE GAMMAGE 6 109 6 61 61 52 4 Steele W A Fay 30 50 50 15 30720 LULU HAMMOND 5 105 7 7 7 62 51 Crumbley H Black 15 30 30 8 30738 SADIE SOUTHWELL 8 105 3 24 31 31 610 B Meyer F Horres 6883 30734 PROSIT 5 107 4 32 42 7 7 J Moore J A West 6662 6662Time Time 26i 53 1204 1204Winner Winner Ch g by Elkton Lela Seers Went to post at 305 At post 2 minutes Start good Won driving second easily The first two outclassed the field and fought it out hard in the last quarter Ellis saved ground on the last turn and Woods finish was strong Aborigine was the best and with better handling he would have won Lauria was cut off soon after the start She came fast in the last quarter Joe Gammago was badly ridden riddenOverweights Overweights Joe Gammage 2 pounds poundsEllis Ellis show out Lauria show 8 to 5 SECOND RACE 34 Mile Purse 150 3yearolds Selling 30763s Ind Horses A Wt St YZ StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 307353PALMS 100 4 is 15 15 10 Alley J B Berry 2 24 24 1 30718 JIM SCANLAN 107 1 34 31 2 21 David J T Sims 4431 30718DR WORTH 110 3 55 52 41 33 J Boland R Crowhurst 2 11511545 30718 LITTLE TOWE 110 2 6 6 52 42 Alarie P Bratton 35585 30667 SWAN DANCE 984 9845 o 21 23 32 5 J Jones STGainesCo 15 15 15 6 6307352QEORGIENA 307352QEORGIENA 98 6 44 41 6 6 MWilliams BakerGuncheon 3 3 24 1 1Time Time 254 52 1 20 20Winner Winner B f by Himyar Soubrette II Wont to post at 3 33 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second driving Palms showed unexpected early speed and meeting with no interference vron with lots in reserve JimScanlan showed improvement over his previous effort He is inconsistent Dr Worth was vigorously ridden all the way Little Tower was slow to begin Georgiena ran poorly poorlyOverweights Overweights Palms 5 pounds Swan Dance 34 Georgiena 3 3Palms Palms show 1 to 2 Jim Scanlan show 1 to 2 Dr Worth show out Georgiena show 2 to 5 OvrT l THIRD RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards Purse 150 4yearolds and upward OU i O4fc Selling Jnd Horses A Wt St Y Yz X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30717 KATIE GIBBONS 6 101 1 13 13 13 IG 110 D Hall E S Marshall 5 5 44 85 85R 307373ANTAGONE 5 101 2 22 22 22 22 2 W Woods R Crowhurst 85 2 2 45 45C 30736 PAN CHARM 7 106 7 7 62 4 3s 32 Alloy C Hawk 3 3 95 45 45H 30685 SOUDANA 5 103 6 44 OK 31 4io 410 Castro H D Monroe 6 6 44 85 85Hennessey 30720 GOOD KNIGHT 6 103 5 52 34 53 53 53 David Hennessey Brc Bros 10 15 15 5 30720 STUTTGART 6 106 3 614 7 6 6 6 Alario M C Kelley 6883 307363KILDARLIE 5 103 4 34 4 Bled J Jones M Nash Co 4 4 34 65 65Time Time 26 53 1 21 l 49 1 52 52Winner Winner B m by Buckmaster Lady Winston WinstonWent Went to post at 4 04 At post 1 minute Start good Won in a canter second driving Katie Gib Txms reversal of form was startling She showed much speed and made a show of her field Antagone Tan her race and had no mishaps Pan Charm was slow to get into motion came fast at the end and would have been second in a few more strides Soudaua ran well in the early stages Kildarlie bled while lying in a contending position positionOverweights Overweights Soudana 2 pounds Stuttgart 3 3Katie Katie Gibbons show 4 to 5 Antagone show out Pan Charm show out Kildarlie show 3 to 5 r FOURTH RACE 58 Mile Purse 150 4yearolds and upward Selling 3O765 Ind Horses A Wt St X Yz A StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30751 JUNIPER 410241 34 34 3i IXK W Woods E Logan 55 5 32 32307383RANDOLPH 307383RANDOLPH JR 4 106 2 13 12 ISK 2 Alarie J H South 3 3 8535 30738 ALZORA 4107 3 25 25 21 35 J Jones J G Myers 4 55 85 30534BARNEY SAAL 6 109 4 41 42 42 43 C Lowe CMLowoCo 6 6 24 1 30704RUBY RILEY 6 99 6 5 51 62 SK Vogt W Lurkins 15 15 15 5 30598 ZANONE 9 111 5 53 6io 51 oio Patton J A West 1 24 24 1 30701 TIMES STAR 5 119 7 7777 Timmons W C Snodgrass 20 30 30 10 10Time Time 2o 51 1 05 05Winner Winner B g by July Rosa G Went to post at 432 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Juniper improved suddenly He kept well up with the leaders in the early stages and when brought to a drive stood the punishment gamely aud finished strongly Randolph Jr showed an abundance of early speed but faltered badly in the last twenty yards Alzora ran gamer than usual Barney Saal did not run up to expectations He has worked well and can do much better Zanono ran as if he had not been out of j his stall for weeks weeksOverweights Overweights Juniper 34 pounds Randolph Jr 5 Times Star 3 3Juniper Juniper show out Randolph Jr show out Alzora ehow out Barney Saal show out Zanono show out 3O766 F FIFTH RACE34 Mile Purse 150 4yearolds and upward Selling Ind Horses A Wt St J4 Yi StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30737 ORDEAL 6 103 6 3 12 14 2 Rooney E A Hall 8 15 15 5 30734 SYLVAN DELL 5 102 4 42 2 2 SXK W Woods M C Kelley 24 1351351 30721 JULIETTA B 4 1114 2 21 314 31 4n J Boland B L Shaw 4 4 34 65 30721 INCANDESCENT 7 103 8 6H 63 62 55 David W B Littrell 5 5 44 85 8530720SCORPOLETTE 30720SCORPOLETTE 4 98 7 74 7io 720 63 J Jones S T Gaines Co 24 34 34 65 29907 LAROQUOISE 7 105 1 Is 42 54 710 Alarie R Johnson 4 10 10 4 30638 WATER CREST 7 108 5 8 8 8 8 C Lowe C M Lowe Co 5 5 5 2 Time 264 53 1 07 1 214 214Winner Winner Ch f by Troubadour Sunlight by Hindoo HindooWent Went to post at 511 At post 25 minutes Start good Won driving next four the same Economic slipped through on the inside at the stretch turn when the natural spread came but had Rooney paid attention to his mount Ordeal would have been an easy winner Ho failed to see Economic come up on the inside Sylvan Dell was hard punished all the way Julietta B was much used at the post At that she showed improvement aud ran much better than on her previous effort Scorpolette ran poorly Xiaroquoise was prominent in all the breaks and showed showeda a flash of speed Overweights speedOverweights Sylvan Dell 2 pounds Julietta B 34 34Economic Economic show 1 to 2 Ordeal show 2 to 1 Sylvan Dell show 1 to 2 Julietta B show 3 to 5 Scorpolette show 3 to 5 New Orleans Form Chart. NEW ORLEANS FORM CHART CHARTNEW NEW OKLEAifS LA February 20 Seventythird day Crescent City Jockey Club ClubWinter Winter Meeting Weather cloudy track heavy Presiding Judge R W Simmons Starter C J Fitzgerald Racing starts at 2 00 p m f rr K C ± FIRST RACE 1 Mile and 7O Yards Purse 300 4yearolds and upward O 4 OO Selling Ind Horses A Wt St M V X StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 6 113 3 3 22 24 2 IK Odom A Simons 5105 5 14 IHH 11 21 TDean E Reynolds 4 1064 8 4 4 3 30 3 Landry Daniels Co 307393FLEETWING 4 102 6 514 3 42 40 43 Boyd Mrs L Griflm 15 20 20 8 30724 LAUREATEA 5108 4 22 53 55 52 50 J Miller REWatkins 20 50 50 20 2030705DUTCH 30705DUTCH CARTER 5 105 1 6 7 7 62 6 Helgeson J Phillips 20 30 20 8 30350 PALARM 6 110 7 7 6 6 7 72 Brennan A Grcenlevo 15 15 15 6 630518DALKEITH 30518DALKEITH 4 105 11 11 9 8 8 8 Otis U Z Do Arman 20 30 30 12 1230705LILLLVN 30705LILLLVN REED 6 105 9 8 8 9 9 92 Munro C OConnor Co 20 30 SO 12 30739 DRAMBURG 5 113 10 10 10 10 10 1010 Minder J J Ogles 20 40 40 10 30623 BADGE BELL 4 105 2 9 11 11 11 11 Gormley W T Baldwin 30 100 100 30 30Apprentice Apprentice allowance Time 244 504 1 19 1 46 1 51 51Winner Winner B h by El Rio Ray Louise M MWent Went to post at 1 58 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second handily Lou Roy liked the going ran well and finished strongly was best handled and got up in the last stride Lofter went well but was poorly ridden at the finish and taken into the deepest going near the inner rail Dean had plenty of chances to finish on the outside by turning a trifle wide on the stretch turn Algio M hung when it came to a drive The others were always outrun outrunOverweights Overweights Algie M 14 pounds poundsLou Lou Hey show out Lofter show 3 to 5 Algie M show 3 to 5 O f r7 K f7 SECOND RACE 3 13 Furlongs Purse 5300 2yearolds Selling Ind Horses A Wt St StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30742 DARK PLANET 104 3 23 23 114 J Miller H T Griffin 788 788308722MAY 308722MAY ALLEN 105 1 11414 2H T Dean S A White 2 2 8535 30637 HONDA 96 4 4H 3 3 J Waldo Daniels Co 7 7 4f 85 30672 DINERO 108 5 3 4 4 Odom R E Watkins Co5 7 62 30637 OFFSET 101 6 53 56 52 Lyne AHDHMorris3 44 44 85 50348 FRANCES PORTER 95 7 7 7 62 Louden C A Johnson Co6 883 30551 BLACK PATTI 100 8 8 8 73 B Rice P A Renaud 30 30 30 10 30483 QUEEN REX 104 2 64 6 8 Brennan Mrs J B Brannon 30 40 40 15 15Time Time 12 24 37 44 Winner 44Winner Blk c by Lissak Black Venus VenusWent Went to post at 2 29 At post 5 minutes Start poor Won easily second the sama Dark Planet turned short into the stretch and finishing on a path next to the inside rail was going away at the end May Allen was off running with a lengths advantage and ran well to the stretch but was tiring at the finish improveScratched Honda ran a good game race Dinero ran a fair race and will improve Scratched Miss Shamrock 55 55Overweights poundDark Overweights Honda 1 pound Dark Planet show ovens May Allen show out Honda show 7 to 10 3O758 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds Allowances A Wt St YA Y K StrFin Jockeys O H C P 3W58S AM1UAUJ 1004 2 12 12 is 12 Lyne Mrs E Harris 85 85 32 12 30674 PROWL 108 1 5n 2 21 22 J Miller J U Strode 34 4 4 1 306242OHAGEN 108 4 3n 54 45 3 Odom F Reagan 85 85 85 35 30689 ALEDA 100 3 24 4 3H 41 Hope C Parker 8 30 30 6 30504 SANDFLEA 103 5 4n 6 53 52 W Waldo T D Sullivan 10 15 15 4 S05523CRESCENT CITY 100 6 6 32 6 6 Gormley R C Bush 10 20 20 6 Time 25 501118 Winner 501118Winner GlonelgWent B f by Albert Marie by Glonelg Went to post at 3 02 At post 2 minutes Start good Won easily second the same Amigari showed the most speed throughout and won as her rider pleased Prowl ran well and was as easily sec ¬ ond best OHagen showed but little speed and ran below his true form Aleda tired and quit after going the first half Gormley pulled up Crescent City at the start startScratched Scratched 30691 Julia Junkin 103 30602 Lingo 103 306892Man 100 30402 Lady Wadaworth 98 Overweights 98Overweights Amigari 24 pounds Aleda 2 2Amigari Amigari show out Prowl show 1 to 3 OHagen show out FOURTH RACE G 13 Furlongs Purse 300 4yearolds and upward Selling Substitute for regular race declared off A Wt St 1A 1A U StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30553 TOM COLLINS 7 115 2 12 13 13 12 Odom Fizer Co 243 11545 30499 THE BRONZE DEMON 4 97 3 52 4n 21 22 W Waldo W S Laird 6883 30584 ED GARTLAND II 7 102 9 72 70 710 3 T Dean E G Wachter 8883 30688 SMALL JACK 4 104 7 3 5 4 43 Otis H Arthur 2 2 3 12 30550 WARREN POINT 9 102 1 4 i 24 SB 5 Creamer P McGnire 40 100 100 30 307223LADY 30307223LADY CONTRARY 5 100 5 21 SH 5 62 Lyne E BertonniereColO 13 13 5 30722 OLEKMA 5 95 4 63 64 64 72 Helgeson V Hughes Co 15 25 25 6 30215 VAN HOOREBEKE 5 102 6 8 8 8 88 Lindsay U Z DeArman 40 40 40 15 30656 TERRALENE 5 103 8 10Time 9999J Miller J U Strode 20 30 30 10 Time 24t 491118 126 Winner B h by Newcourt Malada MaladaWent Went to post at 335 At post 10 minutes Start poor Won easily second the same Tom Collin was off running and in such going had things all his own way The Bronze Demon was doing his bes all through the stretch Ed Gartland II was practically left at the post but closed a big gap and prob ably would have won with an even break Small Jack was taken around on the extreme outside all thi way and this ruined his chances poundsTom Overweights Terralene 3 pounds Tom Collins show 1 to 2 The Bronze Demon show 6 to 5 Ed Gartland II show evens Smal Jack show out FIFTH RACE 1 11G Miles Parse 300 4yearolds ana upward Selling Ind Horses StrFin Jociteys o H C P 305372STRANGEST 6 102 4 43 3 36 3 1 T Dean C K Burdeau 4 44 4 i I 30688 HEN OF TRASTAMARE 7 106 5 SH 23 22 14 24 J Miller J U Strode Co o 2 2 95 T5 50723TREBOR T550723TREBOR 7 102 1 14 1 IH 2 33 Otis T D Sullivan 24 24 11535 306923LITTLE ELKIN 4 1004 7 5 414 4 45 410 Minder J J Ogles 12 15 13 307092LTNDEN ELLA 5107 2 6 51 5 51 5 512 Odom C A Johnson Co 6 18 18 5 30673 PRECURSOR 5 102 3 7 7 7 62 6 Gormley S C Hildreth 40 20020050 30963 BEAN 4 87 6 2 65 61 7 7 Boyd WS Laird 15 159 3 Apprentice allowance Time 24 51 1 174 1 44 1 53 Winner DearestWent B h by Knight of Ellerslie Dearest Went to post at 412 At post 4 minutes Start good Won driving second the same Stranges was favored by the muddy track came home in the best going and finishing strongly got up in time tc win in the last few strides Henry of Trastamare aud Trebor raced each other to defeat were tiring ai the linisn ana also in the deepest going Linden Ella was cut off on the first turn and Bean ran nnf uuu uuuOverweights Scratched nnfScratched 30705 Miss Soak 97 30G06 Pirates Queen 92 Overweights Little Elkin 24 pounds Strangest show 1 to 2 Henry of Trastamare show out Trebor show out I 30 761 RACE1 Mile Purse 300 3yearolds and upward Allowances Ind Horses A Wt St j Yz H StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 30519 ALBERT F DEWEY 4 9948 64 62 21 14 11 TDean K D Orr Co 30333 DR CARRICK 4108 5 5K5i 42 31 2 Lyne S T Smith 228535 307233POYNTZ 4 98 3 21 1 n 24 32 B Rice JE onild 0 307442JOE DOUGHTY 6 102 7 7 7 7 42 42 Otis Mc anPfiflle 5 10 30710 BEGGAR LADY 4 93 9 8 8 6n n 61 54 Creamer reamer H Godwin Gowin 50 no i in ° v 30673ZACK i73ZACK PHELPS 4 105 11 11 9 9 8 62 Minder J J OgTes 15 50 50 30726 6 P42WIEDEMANN CHOICE 4108 4 11 23 31 S K 7 Odom EJ Arnold Co 24 2i 9 P 307242WIEDEMANN 5 99 1 31 3 5n 7 81 A Jones T C StephensCo 10 n n tl5 30352 2 ELIZA DILLON 3 8411010 10 10 9 91 W Waldo JD Brown 60 60 mm mmB KnfGfiTroS 34 P I I I1 ST Newm riAtchsonW 15 15 B KING TATIUS 3 92 2 45 4 8 11 11 Helgeson Waltnng Co 6iuno 15 15 15 6 iuno iOi uj J Jo J I4u s Winner Ch c by Dandle Dinmont Cecil B stretch Choice and Wiedemann quit badly and both can do better King Tatius showed earifsDee Beggar Lady showed improvement wouounj spee speeScratched Scratched 305542Prestome 109 109Overweights Overweights Albert F Dewey 14 pounds Eliza Dillon 44 Masterful 3 Albert F Dewey show out Dr Carrick show 3 to 1 Poyntz show 5 to 1 Choice show 1 to 2 New Turf Exchang ExchangOn On St Paul Railroad Canal and Adams Streets StreetsTJlfl TJlfl T AYllllanrl isTTralP Leves Union Depotat 1250 p m lIlC LOriidlU 2nd Train 105 pm 3rd Train 155 A U V U V A AAAU U p F Fpctual mmg g pctual Running Tiiqe THirtyFive jniqutes jniqutesROUND ROUND TRIP 25 CENT Illinois Central Turf Exchange Commissionson all Races 3 Special Trains on Illinois Central RyL1 RyL1ha8fc ha8fc ss is 1 iCU oC 12 j0 1 10 i IA Returning trains at 445 and 605 pm and after last race esrd st 1256 Round Trip Page  Jockeys Handicapped. JOCKEYS HANDICAPPED HANDICAPPEDDAILY DAILY RACING FORM will from now on publish ach vreek a table of the rating of the jockeys rid og at each track based on their performances in he saddle The best riders at each track will be iven the uniform rating of 100 and from that point he others will be graded down according to their stimated relative skill For a difference of five tpints between the jockeys a corresponding five points change in the handicap figures assigned the lorses in any race must be made Only riders f re lUehtly in the saddle will be given a place in the ables The following is the rating of the jockeys tow riding over the various tracks At Oakland Jockeys VConnor Toods J tollman lurnsT iuchanan iuchananlanch lanch J ackson L LledferiK ledferiK ones E Eoar oar lansom Ititoe D iirkenruth athews J JtcGinn tcGinn roxler Jonley e tuart i iriapp riapp W foods J T aly J eImessey iaimtleroy Vinslett tnrlingame Iowsoni toilet tomero tomeroiozeman iozeman telly alyLtelly alyL riickery feell Landry 100 Winkfield J 100 Blake 100 BlakeDominick Dominick 100 Cochran 100 CochranOdonx Odonx 100 Lyne 95 Waldo W 95 OBrien 95 OBrienDale Dale 95 Dean T TWilliams 95 Williams B 95 Minder 90 Gormley 90 Walsh GormleyWalsh WalshRobertson 90 Robertson 90 RobertsonOtis Otis 90 Nntt 90 Lindsay 90 Miles 90 Jockeys JockeysSheehan Sheehan LpganE Gisborn Logue Treanor Collis Adams Dunn Brodien Waterbury Tamplin Smith H Donnelly E Peterson Homer Ross Gatliff Walker J McCarthy J Gatley Crosthwaite Prior McDermott Jackson L A Burke Wallace Parmelee Bell Earle Webster Gannon Duggan W Dyer Dangman Rice J Gilmore HallD Wilson H Wilson W Mitchell D Thompson G Hope Boyd Mooney Dade Murphy R Louden Bassinger Young Hayden Anstet Scully Watson W Dupee Michaels H AVilkerson Waldo J Slack Weber A Rutter Miller J Steele R Creamer MeadeT Davisson Cogswell Wilson C Munro Helgeson Breunau Earle Neely Jones A Donovan Reeder Cash Nelson Mountain Sotor Battiste Wilson J Brown R Rice B Jones F Dean L Preston Racing Dates Of 1902. RACING DATES OF 1902 Crescent City J C New Orleans Jan 1 March 15 15Oakland Oakland Cal Jan 1 April 26 26Charleston Charleston S C Jan 1 1New New Louisiana J C New Orleans March 17 22 22Memphis Memphis Tenn March 31 April 23 23Little Little RockArk March 24 29 29Washington Washington Bennings March 25 April 12 12Aqueduct Aqueduct N Y AprU 15 May 1 1KinlochPark KinlochPark St Louis April 15 May 2 2Lakeside Lakeside Ind April 15 30 30Nashville Nashville Tenn April 24 May 3 3New New Louisville Ky May 1 24 24Worth Worth 111 May 1 24 24Morris Morris Park N Y May 2 22 22Fair Fair Association St Louis May 3 June 28 28Toronto Toronto Ont May 22 31 31Brooklyn Brooklyn N Y May 24 June 13 13Latonia Latonia Ky May 26 June 20 20Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago May 26 June 6 6Hamilton Hamilton Ont June 2 7 7Harlem Harlem Chicago June 7 June 20 20Fort Fort Erie Ont June 10 July 23 23Sheepshead Sheepshead Bay N Y June 14 July 4 4Washington Washington Park Chicago June 21 July 19 19Highland Highland Park Detroit July 26 August 23 23Delmar Delmar Park St Louis June 30 August 13 13Brighton Brighton Beach N Y July 5 August 2 2Hawthorne Hawthorne Chicago July 21 August 2 2Saratoga Saratoga N Y August 4 29 29Harlem Harlem Chicago August 4 16 16Kinloch Kinloch Park St Louis August 14 20 Hawthorne 20Hawthorne Chicago August 18 30 30Windsor Windsor Ont August 25 September 27 Sheepshead 27Sheepshead 13Harlem Bay N Y August 30 September 13 Harlem Chicago September 1 13 13Delmar Delmar Park St Louis September 1 30 Hawthorne 30Hawthorne Chicago September 15 27 Brooklyn 27Brooklyn N Y September 15 October 4 Harlem Chicago September 29 October 6 25Worth Morris Park N Y October e 25 Worth 111 October November Aqueduct N Y October 27 November 8 Lakeside Ind Novembers 20 Washington 20Washington Bennings November 10 29 THE flmerican Sporting jnanual For 1902 COPYRIGHTED Running Trotting and Pacing HANDBOOK OFFICIAL The Pugilistic Record of 1901 OFF CURES COMPENDIOM Handicapping and BookmaMng Tables TablesFITE BEYOND COMPARISON OF RECORDS FITE HANDICAP TABLES WITH KEYS Summaries fiu Experts on tfle Past Years Doings JEJMTJaU BY V a BRUNEI DAILY RACING FORM PUB CD 124126 FIFTH AYE CHICAGO 50c rn in Soft Morocco Daily Racing Form ALL THE TURF NEWS PERFECT ¬ LY EDITED WESTERN JOCKEY CLUB Form Sheets and Entries Ex ¬ ALLTRAGKS pertly Indexed IndexedTelegraphic ARE FULLY RE Telegraphic Correct Con ¬ PORTED cise Comely ComelyTraining Training News a Specialty SpecialtyOff Off Our Own Presses Be ¬ 124 126 fore the Chicago Dailies FIFTH AVENUE CHICAGO SUBSCRIPTION PRICE PRICEONE ONE MONTH 125 SIX MONTHS 750 750ONE ONE YEAR 1400 1400SENT SENT AS FIBSTCLASS MATE MATEIN IN PIulLN ENVELOPE