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CUBAN DERBY CANDIDATES Conditions of the Race Make Blue Wrack Top Weight Imposts of the Others Spence SpenceBuys Buys Surplice and Bagdadine Bagdadinefor for Brood Mares HAVANA Cuba March 17 The racing secretary 1 is announced tho weights of tin eligible to the 10000 Cuban Derby which will have its inaugural running oil tin closing day of the meeting Sunday March 8 Tinier the conditions of the race vinnors of S10000 are penalized while nonwinners if a race of SlOOO other than selling or claiming ire allowed six pounds Horses which did not win a race up to December 1 hist year nre to carry 10S pounds and maidens beaten tliree or more times lictween December 1 last year and the day of the Derby to carry 10 10i i pounds Geldings allowed three pounds and fillies five pounds The eligible ntul present weights are areIliie Iliie Wrack 117 Grayssian IIS Klack Prince IK Sea Hat Ill Kavensea 112 Duke of Welling ¬ ton Ill Horace Ierch 111 1olar Cnl 111 Ford 311 Mess Kit IDS Ilerron 10S Orleans Girl 117 Mile Dazie 107 Kulah F 107 Miss Iji Kite M 107 Clearing fp 103 Drapery 1 Koseland 101 Mighty Lever 101 Night Thought 111 111Uay Uay Speneo lias bought from II Howon the mares Surplice and llagdadinc and will ship UKHI at the close of tin meeting to the 1iatt and Can Farm near Lexington to be used as brood mares Moth light to prove highly successful in this respect Surplice isoxtremely fashionable in breeding being by Fair Play Surcingle while Pagdadiue is by Mint Hock by Hook Sand dam the Meddler mare Kiillnt bred the latter a daughter of the famous Holdame which was the best filly of her day and won Slllll70 on the turf turfLegal Legal developed an acute case of gastritis right after the running of the Grand National Handicap Sunday but is reported out of danger dangerKay Kay Spence has lent jockey L Woods to II K Davis The boy will accompany the Davis stable when shipped to Tijuana in the course of a few days Davis has added to his stable by purchase from the Kent mere Farms the threeyearold filly Cuba CubaMess Mess Kit the Milt that was expected to carry the Armonia Stables colors in the Cuban Derby pulled up lame in i recent workout and may have to be declared out of the big race raceStarter Starter James Milton whose work here has been of the giltedged variety has IMCII notified of his appointment as starter at the rimlico meeting and will also send the fields away at the Havre de Grace meeting meetingHerron Herron the Horron Mizzle colt John McCafferty brought to Cuba last fall loomed up as a dangerous competitor for the 510000 Derby to be run on the closing day of the mooting1 when he galloped home an easy winner in the fourth race Tuesday Jlerron conceded lumps of weight to the other starters and won under restraint He is u fast colt and a weight carrier carrierVic Vic MIIIIOZ which Whitney bred twoyearold is named after the sporting editor of the El Mundo lias kept improving witli racing and it seems he may develop into a useful racer racerPeasant Peasant was claimed Tuesday by 1 H Coombs for 1 rrO rrOCarmodys Carmodys arm which was sprained when he fell from Kacoarat is painful and he may not ride for several days Damask's Louisiana Derby: Whitney Colt Takes Jefferson Park's Big Race in a Canter.; Makes a New Track Record and Wins like a Really High-Class Three-Year-Old. DAMASKS LOUISIANA DERBY Whitney Colt Takes Jefferson JeffersonParks Parks Big Race in a Canter Makes a New Track Record and Wins Like a Really High Class Three Year Old XFW OHLKAXS Ia March 17 The initial run ¬ ning of the Louisiana Derby was won by a Derby horse in every sense that the term implies judg ¬ ing by the impressiveness of Damasks victory for lie was practically cantering during the last eighth of the mile and an eighth anil covered the distance in lil lils s a reduction of me and onefifth seconds from the previous trad record recordThere There were six starters which made the race worth ll7 ll7i i net to the winner Damask was at all times an overwhelming favorite as he should have been for he has given every indication in his racing this winter that lie is a high class colt ami if his improvement is as steady as it should be during the next mouth there is every reason for installing him the favorite for the Kentucky Derby regardless of past performances by On Watch John T Grior Donnacona and other threeyearolds threeyearoldsAmbrose Ambrose saved Damask this afternoon for three Utarters keeping him under sharp restraint but when freed Damask sprinted away as if the other were at i standstill and the last eighth found him simply cantering with Ambrose looking around to view the futile effort of IuUet Proof The latter ran a good race but his landing in second place was mainly due to the poor sendoff that Kreiul Man ad The latter closed an immense gap and showed the second best performance of the six that started Allivans bad post behavior was responsible for the poor start and she also caused some concern by her attempt at kicking those which came close to her Mullet 1roof was unable to avoid her flying hoofs but escaped serious injury injuryNew New Orleans bade farewell today to racing for the present with a bumper attendance and racing worthy of the occasion Interest in the running of the Derby was widespread and led to the Jeffer Min Park track being crowied to about its capacity capacityThere There was much scratching from the first three races Six were withdrawn from the first leaving only five to gu Of those Marasmus was at once made the favorite with what good judgment was shown when lie won in a canter by six lengths with Madras Gingham second and Suhahdar third thirdHetwecn Hetwecn Uedland and Converse favorite backers were so divided in opinion that they both wont to the post at to In a spirited final drive they came home together and Kedland prevailed by a half length with Kttahe a respectable third thirdThe The third race brought about considerable heavy wagering which resulted in Stepson going to the post as first choice but after Our Little Ann had set a sizzling pace to the stretch Tattle rushed to the front and at the end had a three lengths advantage of Talisman the latter being a similar distance before Cormoran Stepson brought up fourth fourthSun Sun Cod was at once pitched upon to win tho fourth race and after being backed into 7 to 11 favoritism did it without one bit of trouble wait ¬ ing on Franklin to the last eighth then passing him in a jiffy won by two lengths with Franklin as far in front of Har One It was a fast run race and resulted in a new track record for a mile and a sixteenth The sixteenthThe veteran Indian Chant was in prime fettle today and although he was giving weight to each of his eleven opponents was made the favorite anil vindicated this compliment by leading nearly alt the way and taking the race by an easy two length from Chick Itarkley Krynliinah closed a great gap and finished at Chick Itarkleys neck neckSo So far backers of favorites and second choice had had matters all their own way but the last race brought them disaster when the IK to 1 old timer Hrickloy finished first with tin 15 to 1 Yorkist second and the S to 1 Pas de Chance third Arch Plotter the to favorite finished next to last The lastThe majority of the turf colony from abroad un incumbered by the care of horses set out for the north tonight but some of the owners and trainers may be detained here for some time sorely against their will Horse cars are hard to get and that accounts for their enforced stay Pretty Much The Same Everywhere PRETTY MUCH THE SAME EVERYWHERE Although not an upholder of reversal of form inquiries it does not surprise me that punters growl when some horse runs nowhere at a long price aiiil then after a comparatively short interval wins when heavily backed Denunciiitinns of the stewards fid low in such cases and they are accused of various degrees of blindness by people who failed to note the alleged doadness of the animal on the first occasion and did not iKnefit when it won It is undeniable that with some Australian stables it is 2 to 1 or ID to I with their representatives ami when at the latter price they never make the mis ¬ take of winning Still practical men who know how much a race and then a few fast gallops will do for a horse are loath to condemn because of improve ¬ ment in its public form Many of our principal handicaps would result differently if rerun a week later and in those at any rate it rarely happens that horse and jockey are not doing their best Keversal of form inquiries reflect on the ability of stewards who are there to see what happens during the running of a race and not to make dis ¬ coveries concerning it two or three weeks later Pilot in Sydney Iteferee Top Hat To Become A Cuban Sire TOP HAT TO BECOME A CUBAN SIRE XEW YOUK X Y March 17 Top Hat which has been standing as a stallion for a little Viibretlinii a year at the Grosse Point Hunt Grosse Point Mich has IKCH sold being purchased from Maj August Melmont by a prominent Cuban He will shortly be shipped to his new owner Top Hat is nJialf brother to that famous horse Tracery being by Hastings Topiary by Oruic One Of England's Coveted Races: Famous Horses Which Contended for the Champion Stakes at Newmarket. ONE OF ENGLANDS COVETED RACES Famous Horses Which Contended for the Champion Stakes at Newmarket Tin course known as Across the Flat at Xew markct is a fine test for any horse as these ten furlongs take a lot of running and although not so popular an event as in its earlier days owners like winning the Champion Stakes which is run over this track It was inauiMirated in LS77 anil the entry for that year numbered no fewer than Ii7l Of these only eight faced the starter on the Thursday iu the Cesarewitch week and Mr J II llouhlsworths Springfield 4 MO pounds Tom Cannon and Lord Falmouths Silvio t IIS Fred Archer wen the pair seriously fancied each be ¬ ing an 11 to S chance They had the contest to thoinselves Springfield scoring by a rather easy length the third many lengths away being Loril Falmouths second string Great Tom 1 ISO pounds Charles Archer The prize was worth SM and the course was then seventy three yards above what it is at the present day The weightforage scale was also upon five pounds more favorable terms for a threeyearold than is the case now Kegardiug the two leaders Spring ¬ field an excellent brown son of St Albaiis bred at the Hampton Court Stud had never been de ¬ feated since running second beaten three lengths upon even terms by the Mineral colt for the first Dewhurst Plate and had won twelve races off the reel while Silvio was the Derby and St Leger winner of that year The Mineral colt later known is Kisber won with supreme ease the Derbv and Grand Prix de Paris of lS7i lS7iSpringfield Springfield bought as a yearling for I 10 guineas and always trained by James Kyan at Green Lodge Xowmnrkot ran once more for the All Aged Stakes at threequarters in the Houghton week when he conceded three pounds and a fif ¬ teen lengths beating to Feossais then six years old He had wonderful speed and could also stay iiij Kyan told me he tried him twentyeight pounds and a tremendous beating better than Colt ness over the Two Middle Miles at Newmarket Spring ¬ field began his stud duties at the place of his birth at a fee of 100 guineas and remained there for year but had been removed to Mr Ilouids worths paddocks at Newmarket some time before he became paralyzed ami was in consequence shot on Thursday March SI 1SS1S His progeny included the moderate Derby winner Sainfoin Mriarroot which flnkily beat Seabreeze for the One Thousand Guineas of 1SSS Speedwell a good but unsound horse that won the Middle Park Plate Watercress and many other winners In 1S7S when Lord Falmouths Jannette 111 pounds F Archer which had also secured the Oaks ami St Leger won bv a neck from her stable companion Silvio I 130 John Osborne the five others behind them including Petrarch and Verneuil the entry amounted to 135 and went up to Ill in 1870 but gradually the numbers began to dwindle down and the race now Hoses much nearer the time of decision than was formerly the case For this years race to be run on Tuesday October 11 only 11 have been put in including such as Allcnby Archaic Ariou Mine Dun Huchan which won in lillJI Ciceronnetta Comrade Diadem Galloper Light Galruy Guinea Gold Orpheus Perion Prince Galahad Sarchedon and Tetratema Mesides the first two Champion Stakes winners I have men ¬ tioned the list includes such notable racers as Amphion Mayardo Memligo Mend Or Friars Ial sam Gay Crusader IA Fleche Umberg My Dear Orme Ormonde Paradox Pretty Polly Kayon dOr Uobert the Devil Sceptre Tracery Tristan and Velasquez Audax in Horse and Hound In Regard To The Matter Of Dogs IN REGARD TO THE MATTER OF DOGS Horses are lovable animals They are affec ¬ tionate and intelligent They are second only to dogs in their great friendship for man manSome Some people call horses dogs That is usually after a bad day at the race track To call some horses dogs is a slander on the dogs dogsSome Some horses particularly race horses can run much faster than others othersThere There is a great knack in being able to tell a race horse There are plow horses horses that should have been born in the days when hacks were used for iaxieabs and then there are the kind that are known as dogs speaking of horses is a horse that looks like a race horse has all the earmarks taiimarks and everything of a race horse but isnt one oneOne One of this kind of dogs wearing a blanket in his stall or in the paddock or even dressed up in leather and a jockey and out on a race track looks quite like a race horse horseThe The resemblance is so strong that many able men men who have studied race horses and their peculiar peculiarities for a long time have been fooled by it itThere There seems to be no infallible rule for telling a dog from a horse horseHcfore Hcfore a race that is After the race is over it is all clear clearAfter After a race say an eight horse race seven of the horses are dogs They are called dogs anyhow They say they can hear them bark and should be fedliones instead of hay haySome Some of the people who bet on one of those seven dogs are even apt to call the eighth horse the one real race horse u log too Hut that is just malev ¬ olent opprobium In their hearts and pockets they feel that he is no dog dogThe The old expression altout dogtired and dog ¬ gone dont apply to the dogs of the race track Perhaps gone to the dogs has some connection connectionA A man who fools around these dogs long enough is sure to get bit bitThere There were nothing but dogs run in Tuesdays races They were all dogs I lKt on seven separate and distinct dogs dogsWhen When I came home I couldnt buy dog meat Mo Padoti in San Diego Tnion Jockey J. Loftus Refused A License JOCKEY J LOFTUS REFUSED A LICENSE XEW YOUK X Y March 17 At a meeting of the stewards of The Jockey Club held today the application of John Loftus for a jockey license was denied Loftus has been one of the leading riders of this country for years having won at some time or other nearly every important stake race Last year be was in the senice of Samuel I Itiddle who races under the name of the Glen Kiddle Farm In IStlS he was the leading rider for Commander J K L Hoss HossDuring During the fall meeting at Pimllco in 101 at which time Commander ISoss had second call on his services he refused to let him ride any more of his horses being displeased with his riding of Sir Barton in a face in which that colt was beaten An English Estimate Of Man O' War: His Ancestral Mate Was Not Successful in England, Although Quite So in This Country. AN ENGLISH ESTIMATE OF MAN 0 WAR His Ancestral Mate Was Not Successful in England Although Quite So in This Country West Australian will always be famous as the first racer to secure the Triple Crown the Two Thousand Guineas Derby and St Leger which he accomplished in 18r for his breeder Mr Howes and lit was also undoubtedly a good horse He was however not a stud success and probably the best racer descended from him is the now American threeyearold Man o War Hred by Major August Pelmont at the Nursery Stud the son of Fair Play was sold as a yearling to Mr Kiddle at Sara ¬ toga for SOOO and in August last this gentleman refused twenty times that amount from Mr Moil fort Jones There appears little doubt that Man o War which ran ten times is the best twoyear old seen in the States since neverbeaten din was carrying all before him in 107 and he is also a wonderfully game one as he showed when failing by a half length to concede fifteen pounds to Ipset in the San ford Memorial at Saratoga as the colt was terribly hampered otherwise he would have won easily The nine races which Man o War won included the Futurity Stakes and lie earned in all SSSLO for his owner So far as our Stud Hook is concerned however Man o War is not eligible because of Spendthrifts pedigree in the female line although this used to be accepted as instanced by Kings Courier a grandson of Spendthrift 1 well remember seeing the lastnamed handsome chestnut horse whose feet were bad and shelly carrying Mr Krones colors in the Cambridgeshire of 1SSO Then only four years he was burdened with 114 pounds owing to the good form he had shown in America but in spite of having the serv ¬ ices of Fred Archer the horse started at 100 to 1 and finished last lastThis This was the only time Spendthrift ran here but he did well at the stud in his native land ere dying in the October of 11100 the same mouth twentyone years previously that his sire Australian had died The latter a chestnut sou of West Australian was foaled iu ISiiS and being bought by A Keene Kichards as a foal he was sent to Ken ¬ tucky with his dam There was a brother to him in England at the time also named Australian he being a biv colt foaled In 18o7 hat was sent to Sydney N S W in 1810 Itoth were bred Uy Mr vV K Duncombc and sons of Kmilia Man o War is a chestnut like his father Fair Play which is by Hastings a brown son of Spendthrift dam the chestnut Fairy Cold by that glorious chestnut Pend Or Man o Wars dam the bay Mahubah now ten years old is by the brown Kock Sand Merry Token a bay daughter of tin bay Derby winner Merry Hampton Farther back maternally the coll traces to an always unnamed mare by rnderhand The Slayers Daughter by Cain which bred by Mr Manfield and foaled in 1SIKJ never ran and her ancestry is not attractive but she produced nineteen foals before dying in 1SSS including a good many winners among which were Fabiola Monsieur de Paris Thirkleby and Tippler It would be interesting to know how the American crack would compare in merit with our champion Tetratema whose speed however is in the opinion of his trainer not so phenomenal as that of his sire The Tetrarch Horse and Hound Arrivals At Blue Grass Farms ARRIVALS AT BLUE GRASS FARMS LKXIXGTOX Ky March 17 One of the hand ¬ somest foals ever dropped in Kentucky according to several good judge who have seen him is the brother to the Porter by Sweep Mallet Girl at John S Karbees Glen Helen Stud StudJohn John K Madden acting for F K Hitchcock has sold to the Ogden Stable Lester Henderson the twoyearold bay colt Artisan by rude Melee by Yankee YankeeThe The young mare Adele by Hiirgomaster Eliza ¬ beth D closed her teeth on jockey Troises right index finger a day or two ago at Short Grass Farm Ftnil Ilerz the owner was fortunately present at the time and hurried the lad to a local hospital where the finger was stitched anil dressed pre ¬ venting likelihood of blood poisoning it is be ¬ lieved lievedKuby Kuby White one of the lads at K K Hradloys Idle Hour Farm dislocated his jaw while laughing a night or two ago and it was necessary to bring him to a hospital for treatment treatmentDr Dr J C Iarricks Ilawksora has foaled a brown filly by Sweep SweepThe The latest foals at Short Grass Farm are by Clencairn one being a bay filly dam Comsora and the other a chestnut filly dam Fair Helen HelenMrs Mrs Fmil Her has arrived from New York to spend a couple of months with her husband at Short Grass Farm FarmCol Col Kobort L Maker has gone to Hot Springs Ark to spend about a month monthSecretary Secretary Ken Walker of the Kentucky Sales Co is at New Orleans for about a three weeks vaca ¬ tion tionThe The foals thus far dropped at Iteatimnnt Farm are a bay filly by Hlack Toney Star Dreamer bay colt by ritimiis Marion Casey bay lilly by lltimus llurakan chestnut filly by tncle Mlakesloe and chestnut colt by rude Charter Maid New Horses And Jockeys At Tijuana NEW HORSES AND JOCKEYS AT TIJUANA Jockeys and horses and with reputations nre on the way to Tijuana They shipped from Havana landed at Key West and then reshipped to New Orleans Now they are on the rails for Tijuana and should arrive next Monday Jockeys who have been grabbing the laurels at the border will be re ¬ quired to hustle to maintain their positions for some cracks are in the seven riders headed for Ti ¬ juana Those boys are jockeys II Garner W Tay ¬ lor lien Koppleman and J Plunkctt and apprentice iMys K Fa tor L Woods and W Mangan The thoroughbreds are owned by Dr Davis Karl Lin nell and Stuart Polk The last named owner raced at one Tijuana meeting and is rated as a keen judge of thoroughbreds and si man who has the knack of developing riders The contracts on some boys Polk has developed have brought large sums T e list of horses to come in this and other ship ¬ ments are areGolden Golden Chance Xorfolk Belle D C Girl Buster May Craig Mac Yenghee Paladin Count Moris Walter Mack Kaincati Precious Jewel Xight Owl Exempted Flash of Steel Acclamation Har loek Herder Phedoden Fickle Fancy Ithymer Ed ¬ na Williams Mlanche Donalton Dione Deckhand linos and tliree twoyearolds Sau Diego Union "Old Timers' Race" To Be Renewed OLD TIMERS RACE TO BE RENEWED NEW YOUK X Y March 17 The Maryland Jockey Club has decided to again provide the Old Timers Kace which was run for the lirst time at Pimlico last spring The nice is to be renewed under the original conditions that is the distance is to be a half mile the weights high and the en ¬ tries restricted to lead ponies regularly used as such in racing stables The ponies are to be ridden by oldtime jockeys and amateurs both riders and ponies to bo approved by the committee which will for this race consist of three T J Ilealy Joseph K Davis and F K Midgley MidgleyThe The date for the closing of the entries will be an ¬ nounced in due time with the full conditions of the race The Maryland Jockey Club will again provide snilable purses and a number of the friends of rac ¬ ing will arrange that all who ride in the race will receive a piece of silver Last spring the entries were so numerous that for safetys sake it was run in two ill visions George Odom winning one and Jerry Carroll the other There was in addition an extra heat between the last horse in each division This brought a victory for Jim Fitzsiminons FitzsiminonsFoxhall Foxhall Kceno has presented an oil painting of the celebrated horse Foxhall which won many real races in England and France iu the early ighties Foxhall belonged to the late James 1 Keene who won more than S OOOOO on the horse when he won the Cambridgeshire and Cesarewitch Handicaps iu 1SS1 Latest Betting On Big English Races LATEST BETTING ON BIG ENGLISH RACES LONDON England M roll 17 The present Ixm don betting on the Lit colnshire Handicap is as follows Sir Merkeley i to 1 Monteith 100 to 1 Mruff Mridge 10 to 1 Violoncello Scatwell and TKly Duckling 100 to ISoyal Mucks ir to 1 Golden Fleece and Par gua to 1 Danegelt 33 to 1 1Melting Melting on the Grand National Poethlyn 7 to 1 Troytown and Sergeant Murphy 100 to S Gerald 100 to 7 Turkey Muzzard 100 to i Mallyboggan I to 1 Correction Of Time And Prices CORRECTION OF TIME AND PRICES At Jefferson Park in the sixtli race of Monday Lady Wards final time was H0ti H0tiHerrons Herrons post prices in race 40309 was evens straight 2 to 3 place 1 to 5 show Page 2 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Monday March 8 1920 Thirty sixth day Lower California Jockey Hub Winter Meeting of 100 clays or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L Wine 1 AV Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissev Racing Secretarv W W Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 100 100dfi dfi UUUUU ft rirst Race 38 Mile Jan 8 191G 35 2 105 Purse 400 2ycar olds Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equlv Equlv Odd OddIml Iml Tlorse AAt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40253Miss 40253Miss Dunbarllo I K Pegg SSOIO SSOIOPhil Phil Lugo lir 2 F Hunt SMCKX SMCKXHugo Hugo Asher US T J Mulcahey 440K 440KNorth North Shore lir Ii t Connolly K010 40293 Goo James 115 5J AV Hinphy 1300lQi 40 ir23Baisy 113 f S Smith f22010 4023 Phelan US Vs1 M Matthews 1020KV 402 Ala jail 115 S = J McBride 154010 1540104G23Srp 4G23Srp Squirrel 115 S P Martinet G31X 2 iniituels paid Miss Dunbar 13iO straight 1200 place 4 SO show Phillipe Lugo 37 i place 720 show lingo Aslier slSO show Time 24 3G Track fast fastWinner Winner W II Moores I f 2 by Aou Trout Arcadia Itelle by Emperor of Norfolk tniinei by A ioodin breil by Mr Edward Cebrign CebrignWent Went to post at 201 At post 3 minutes Star good Won easily second and third driving ii fi Second Race 5 12 Furlongs June uoau 28 1916 105 3 118 Purse 100 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 200 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsIml Iml Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4fi27r 4fi27r AV AVarbler 111 II Tullett 280100 4531 7 3Kof Pythias llfi 2 = 11 Carter LTfl10n LTfl10n431KOklaa 431KOklaa Irish 114 S1 U Feeney 240100 40204 Discord 112 4 K McGowan r20100 45 1 8 Delaney lie 5 K ICKK XBOIQO 40205 An lackson 101 7 Hayward HIXMOO 40273 Plaything 101 7 = O McCorkle 24310n 4024 Assessor 11C S5 P Martinez KtCOIOO 4 J14 Stirrups ICO K Smith STi0100 2 inntnels paid AVater AVarbler 70 straight 340 place 2S show Knight of Pythias 350 place 5200 show Oklahoma Irish 240 show Time 24 49 102 109 Track fast fastAVinmr AVinmr Tarn OShantcr Stables b in 7 by Waterboy Sollo iuy bv Midlothian trained by II Tnllett bred by Mr lames 15 Haggin HagginWent Went to post at 230 At post 3 minutes Start good AVnn easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Stirrup 3 pounds Anna lacksou 3 Discord 1 Third Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191G UtJcP 59 3 97 Purse 400 3year olds and up Claiming Net value to winner S200 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds Ind IIorse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 3I3LintKyesII lii 1 AV Hinphy 4 3143Daisy X 101 2 U Ryan RyanT 43735 Chantour T G AVarren 40318 Modiste 101 4 T liuell 4031S TBreckrse MS u li Lowe 001CO 40313 Mannikin II 101 6 = G Archambaut2140100 4 I 3 Oupilim 103 71 12 Taylor 40274 Guardsman 10 40314 lames 1C 115 i5 P Martinez 40247 John L 101 C Uuell 40183 Irish Daisy 108 11iT Cummings f 43843 Ann S 108 12 = J Do Ford t 40273 Ardencia 110 C OMahoney f 40248 Danes Girl 10S 14 = 11 Guy 020100 40218 Freelanrt 10G 15 S Smith ISlJOlCO ISlJOlCOvMutuel vMutuel field 82 inntnels paid Laughing Eyes II tiSO straight 3C place 320 show DaNy X liOO place 420 show Cliantonr field 2l 0 show Time 24 49 101 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner A Veals IT f 4 by Irish Lad La Ribande by Rabelais trained by A Xeal bred in France by Air Herman P Duryea DuryeaAVent AVent to post at 23 i At post minutes Start good won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Daisy X 3 pounds Tco Precken ridge 4 Ardencia 2 1 11G Miles June 24 24UOc UOc 0 1016 145 3 110 Purse 4003 vearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40249 Praetorian 110 I1 AV Mclntyre 12TMIX IfiJM 7 Honolulu 112 Ln D Connelly 00110 4i317 = Sarasota 105 1 Martinez ISO NX 10333 Kin 10S 4 Hayward 5820100 C McCcrkle 4 ll AV 1 Could DO G G Yeargin 322M100 322M100S2 S2 miituils paid Praetorian SSliCO straight 1920 place SJIOO show Honolulu S1150 place 44O show Sarasota 30 show showTime Time 25 50 110 143 Ii49 Track fast fastWinner Winner Iranson Ripples b g 11 by Star Shoot Maribel bv Hindoo trained by J 11 Rip ¬ ple bred by Mr John E Madden MaddenAVent AVent to post at 321 At post 1 minute Start good AVon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Praetorian 1 pound Sarasota 1 Afi ° nQ rfth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191G lUtJUO lll 3 110 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Eqnlv Eqnlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 1020 = Plantagenet 111 I1 K Lowe 10K0 10K0IOlt0 IOlt0 Concha 112 2l M AVoods 0100 0100I028 I028 AV Turubow 111 3 k F Hunt 1000101 I IJS1 IJS18s 8s Ambuscade 114 41 P Martinez 110100 10201 Irospero SonlUlt 5 k C Duggan 1030100 10318 Kmelda 112 5 1 Mcliride 1810100 10252 Margrite AV112 7 = AV Molntyre tli00100 457 1 Baby Sister 112 J De Ford t 45007 RnbMantell HI 9 T Uuell t ttMntuel tMntuel field 2 inntnels paid Plantagenet S2I straight K place 00 show Concha 2bO place 20 show Walter Tnrnbow 4SI show showTime Time 25 49 il5s Track fast fastAVinner AVinner C Howells b L S by gden Mamie AVorth by St Ceorge trained by C Howell bred bv Mr lolni E Madden MaddenAVent AVent to post at 34 At post 1 minute Start good Won handily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Walter Turnbow 1 pound 4fi3fin Sixth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 300 OU 111 3 110 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner S300 second S65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 10278 Miss Brush 17 li C Duggan 1770100 1770100JG33 JG33 Foeman 114 27 J Frach IIKXMOO lItOO1004018Don 4018Don Jose 111 D Connelly 10100 10002 Striker 114 42i B Pinnegar 300100 300100I I 53 14 = Review 5X C Buell 7ii100 40273 K Johnnie 1011 C McCorlde 1040100 40294 DocKendall 114 7i AV Hinphy 4150100 40318 Truiane i14 8 = P Martinez t 40294 JCCantrill 114 I1 T Cummings t 40278 Bunny 112 10 11 Guy f ftMntuel tMntuel field 2 inntnels paid Miss Itrush 3740 straight 1140 place 340 show Foeman 1340 place 300 show Don Jose 241 show showTime Time 24 48 114 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner S Hesseltines br m10 liy Ren Urush Froward by Sir Dixou trained by S llesseltine bred by Mr Josepli E Widener AVent to post at 4OS At post 3 minutes Start good AVon driving second and third the same Afi fll Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 iuovo 53397 purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner cOO second G5 third 35 35Equlv Equlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horso AVt Fin Jockey Straight 10104 Grays FavtellS li E McGowan OlOO 4 031 5 Little Gink 110 2 C McCorkle Sl 0100 40275 J D Sugg 118 3i J McBrlde 230100 230100463153TemDuncan 463153TemDuncan 113 41 P Martinez 1040100 40315 B A Jones 115 CU AV Mclntyre 1120100 4024IailyMoori 10S 0 = 1 Perry 000100 000100401813Stilly 401813Stilly Nlght 113 7 1 UyaiV WQIM 40200 Daiuly Van SJ Avehiilnlilt ftSfirtllhi 45801 = Lady Kileen 30X y C Duggan tOOMOO 4GIX5 Meclieka 113 10 1 Hurtt t ttMntuel tMntuel field 2 mill nels paid Crays F vorite S40 staight 000 place 400 shvw Little Gink 540 place 340 show J IK Sugsj 3 20 how howTime Time 24 48 l0l Track fast fastAVinner AVinner O AVendels blk g 10 by IJonnie Joe Mvra Ulaekburn by Mordotte trained by O Wendel bred by Mr Henry Peatty PeattyWent Went to post at 133 At posfi minutes Start good Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Meelicka 2 pounds Good Fishing In Germany: The Find and Experience of a British Officer in Conquered Lands.; Fine Sport from Grayling to Trout--Water Teeming with Fish at All Times. GOOD FISHING IN GERMANY The Find and Experience of a British Officer in Conquered Lands Fine Sport from Grayling to Trout Water Teeming Avith Fixh at All Times Here is a story of fishing in a German trout stream by Sagittarius the pen name of an English ollicer serving with the Army of Occupation in con inered territory It is from the English Fishing Jazette a weekly jtmrnal that gets many interest ¬ ing Contributions of the kind from its traveling readers readersA A first glimpse of the stream was sufficient to satisfy even the most critical of fishermen that here indeed was water that must hold trout A close examination of the map hail led to the dis ¬ covery of the stream depicted as a tiny blue line winding through deep dales and thick forests and finally out n to the level flatlands Followed a ride riverward the nest day armed with a rod and a few homemade flies Tackle was scarce hut some old worm hooks were unearthed and with the help of the colonels ribbon silks and some feathers flicked from one of those terrible eiderdowns which every rightminded German covers himself with during the night season these were trans ¬ formed into fliis of a kind hitherto nnchronieled And the stream one comes round a sharp bend be ¬ tween steep woods and there it is at the roadside to greet you AVhat fisherman could go farther I fell victim dismounted and rigged the rod a little nine footer footerThe The stream here was some ten yards across and following on recent rains was running deep and slightly discolored discoloredAt At the third cast I tightened to a submerged tng and was fast in a good fish which kept me busy for some time fighting deep and making good use of the heavy water Hi proved to be a grayling of thirteen ounces and had taken a flv resembling a liracken Clock but of a size calculated to frighten most selfrespecting fish into the next parish His twin brother came at my dropper a yard farther down but old gnt lived up to its reputation and we parted Then came several trcutlets all to be returned Itnt how welcome the sight of them for now one could ride back to the mess with the welcome news of trout seen and caught Two things this first visit decided for me First that I must come again and come often and stc ondly that in hilly country a horse is too slow a means of progression in future I must push the humble and weighty army bike bikeXow Xow an officer in the Army of Occupation cant if only for appearlnces sake go fishing every afternoon liesides I was soon to learn that tho stream was heavily fished at that time of day Hence my decision to try the early mornings Oh happy inspiration Accordingly about a week later I gave orders to the noncommissioned officers of the guard and was duly awakened at 4 oclock one May morn just as the birds were starting their morning chorus and what a chorus chorusBEAUTY BEAUTY OF THE COUNTRY AND RIVER RIVERIlackie Ilackie and willow wren throstle and white throat blackcap and garden warbler chaffie and skylark each trying to outsing the other I dressed sleepily and crawled away on the bike Hut the sun climbing over the hill tops soon drove the drowsiness from my eyes and one began ttf drink in the soul filling magnificence of the earths awakening There were three miles to the stream through whitwashed villages and orchards heavy with blossom glistening in the morning dew and I never regretted a yard of the distance so beau ¬ tiful was the view from the hill one climbed Then a steep dasii downhill through forest trees where siiirrel and jay seemed surprised to see one astir so early and chattered their disapproval And then the sharp bend in the road and the stream at ones feet I hid the bicycle in the undergrowth and was soon at work I started at the same spot as on my previous visit and was almost immediately into a pretty sixounce trout which came safely to net This early success rather surprised m as it still wanted a few minutes to oclock summer time and the sun had not yet icached tho stream and I scarcely expected to find fish moving for another hour I went farther afield this time and oh the delight of that stream with its boulders and shingles its shallows and deeps its banks of priin ro e and anemone and its woods carpeted with liliesofthevalley campion and hyacinth and above all the freshness of the morn and the com ¬ panionship of the birds birdsIy Iy 730 I had seven in the haversack and deemed that sufficient for the mess breakfast so hurried back to give the cook time to prepare them And desperately good they tasted tastedMy My days with the army of occupation were num ¬ bered as I had elected to return to civl life but I managed to cram ten more of these early morning trips into my last fortnight 1 always found fish on tin move early One morning in particular There Avas a hard frost in tin valley and the banks were white with rime A gentle breeze was stirring and a host of hawthorn flics were floating down ¬ stream The frost had evidently proved too much for them and at the first rustle of the bushes they had fallen on to the water The trout were rising greedily at them and I put on a large floating Ilack Gnat as the nearest thing I had by way of imitation It met with immediate success anil thereafter I caught practically all my fish with a large imitation of the hawthorn fished sometimes dry and sometimes wet wetTROUT TROUT PLENTY IN THE EARLY MORNING MORNINGThere There were splendid hatches of fly later in the day especially Grannom Poult and Olive Duns but at tiiis early hour the trout always seemed t prefer my big chap lied with mixed peacock and black ostrich herl body back hen hackle and startling wing to any other imitation I offered them The fish for the most part lay in the shallowest water and as near the bank as possible A great wave indicated that ones flv had been seen and was being followed The difficulty when fishing wet was to know when the fly had been taken seeing the wave the tendency was to strike too soon and niany fish were missed or pricked before one learnt to use more restraint restraintThe The universal drought at this time seemed only to improve appetites and as long as one could keep out of sight the fish rose fearlessly to the artificial lint once show yourself and a succession of farrows moving upstream told their own tale and put an end to rises in that reach After the first few visits the i ag was limited to a dozen and there was never any difficulty in obtaining ones limit It seemed curious that the stream should he so well stocked Evidently the natives had ijnite neglected to use a source of food supfrty which lay at their doors It was quite the heaviest stocked little stream I have ever fished and although the trout at the end of April were not in good condition by the middle of May they were as fat as hiitter I caught nothing over 12 ounces in weight the grayling ran larger but with few exceptions just turned somersaults into the net I only covered about a mib of water during my visits ami somehow always worked back to the stream by the road where I had my first success and never failed to be rewarded there Perhaps if I had gone farther afield I should have met with bigger fish but I found the call of that roadside reach irre ¬ sistible and a sporting threequarterpounder can ive one thrills not to be despised despisedI I have caneht bigger fisli since on home waters but for sheer delight I have not yet found anything to equal those early mornings on a German trout stream Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 1920CubaAmerican CubaAmerican Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba November 27 19PJ to March 2S 1920 107 days daysMntuels Mntuels and books booksLower Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mei Beginning January 24 and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutuels Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince PrinceGeorge George Park Bowie Md I April 1 to April 13 13 days Mutuels llarford Agricultural and Breeders Association AssociationHavre Havre de Grace Mil April 10 to April 30 13 days MutueU Maryiaml Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May 1 to May IS 13 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L I IMay May 13 to May 22 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Club Woodbine Park Toronto Out OutMay May 22 to May 29 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving Club Dulurluiier Park Montreal MontrealQue Que May 22 to May 29 7 days MutnMs Westchester Racing Association Itelmont Park ParkQueens Queens L L LMay May 24 to June 12 IS days Oral Dorvay Jockey Club I Iorval orval Park Montreal Quo QuoJune June 1 to June S 7 days Mutuels Montreal Jockey Club Blue Bonnets Montreal MontrealQuc Quc June10 to Jiiue 17 7 days Mutuels Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Tuesday March 9 1920 Thirtyseventh day Lower California Jockey Clu Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L AA ills J AA Coffroth Starter Harry Morrlsscy Racing Secretary AV AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p m Chicago time 400 4004RQQO 4RQQO First Race 58 Mils Jan 8 19K MUOO 59Ji397 Purse 400t 4year 4yearolds olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner SECO second 65 third 35 35Equiv 35v v Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40337 Guardsman 111 11 C Kirschbaum 1710NX 40337 Capilino 111 2 C McCorkle 1740KX 40300 JCCantrill 111 c AAarren 2ir 010 40103 Hyndla Iy I K Lowe llli 10 10337 Ann S 10S fi J De Ford isr 010 40030 Miss Sedalia 109 GJ P Martinez 110 KX 40310 Muriels Pet 101 7i K Smith SSOKX 40093 Dovie 10 S 1C Taylor 1120101 43301 Anna Star 104 C Duggaii OONX 2 mutuels paid Guardsman 3i 20 straight 1USO place 940 show Capilino 1110 place 11 SO show J C Cantrill 9 Id show Time 25 50 103 Track fast fastAVinuer AVinuer C llowells ch g 3 by Suffragist Ten Reach by Hobby Reach trained by C Howell bred by Mr O G Parke ParkeAVent AVent to post at 200 At post 3 minutes Star good AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Hyndla 3 pounds Miss Sedalia 1 Guardsman 1 Muriels Pet 1 4fiOQO Second Race 34 Mile Dae 20 LUOUI 191G llli3 110 Purse S400 3 yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 308 second G5 third 35 35Eiiuiv Eiiuiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 273Cancion 10i 1W C McCorlde 1SOKK 4fiSS Dewilt 7 2 U Archamblt L70KX L70KXIli2il Ili2il Dandy Aan 10H AV Manders 1110llX 1110llX4fi33 4 4fi33 fiS3 Urge Player 112 IK C Kirsehbaum iKW10 iKW10l 4 l 247liiy 109 Vs C Uuell HO1X 14040 MarSchlafer 107 i D Connelly lOfiOlW 2 inntnels paid Cancion 10 straight 2 place S2SO show Hewitt o2 place 2iO show Dandy Aan SSSO show showTime Time 24 49 115 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner R F Coppages b f by Meelick Regea by Margrave trained bv O Johnson bred bv Mr Ceorge L Plackford PlackfordWent Went to iiost at 223 At post 1 minute Start good Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Dandy Aan 2 pounds Camion 1 Margaret Schlafer 4fi384 Third Race 1 11C Miles June 24 auu UT 1910 145 3 110 Purse S400 3 ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to wisacr 300 second 65 third 35 35Eijuiv Eijuiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 Kentky Boy 111 1 K Lowe 2COKK1 2COKK14U232 4U232 Uof Hlarney 11J L P Martinez 1440100 4i 3 First Troop 114 3i U Pinnegar 1CO100 46517 Miss Hermn 107 4 = C Dugjran ii10lOO 4i53y Kmelda 112 3 J McCride IO0ICO 4 27iTours 10J i 11 Cuy HOO100 40270 lied Man 114 7i AV Mclntyre 27 0100 4 33 Kthel 107 S3 C iSuell rlMOO HiS 18 Supernal 112 C McCorkle 70CO100 2 mutuvls paid Kentucky Ioy straight SO place 2 show Bit of Blarney 940 place 100 show First Troop 2 l show Time 25 50 110 143 150 Track fast fastAVinmT AVinmT Anderson Pros ch g i by Todding ton Mv Fair Keniacky by IngoMsbv trained bv F AVright bred by Mr A L Ferguson FergusonAVent AVent to post at 245 At post 2 minutes Start good AVon driving second and third the same R vooo 3 R PJ Fourth Race 1 Mile Jurb 17 1910 133 3 95 Purse 400 3ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 Eccoml 65 third 35 Eqniv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight StraightOfi Ofi 180 Cannll lor 1 i1 McCorkle 310lfO 40300 11 Johnnie 110 2 C Gross 3 100100 40319 Searnhi II 112 AV Hinphy 4010 40244 Gold Flush 112 4 P Martinez IICO ICO 4027 louis Mack 105 D Connelly 162U5 Bees Wins l C Bnull S2 mutuels paid CJias Canned SSSO straight 2ti place s show Royal Johnnie itCO place i0 show Scarpia II 420 show showTime Time 24 49 115 143 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner I A McDowells blk g by Dick AVcllesLu ette by Favor trained by J Stites bred by Mr Jerome It Itcspessl ItcspesslWent Went to i ist at ol At posi 2 minutes Start irood Won Iriving second and third the same 4f 00f Pifth Race 1 Mile Juno 17 1916 zuoou 138 3 95 The Scarborough Han ¬ dicap Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equlv Equlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 0330 Jim Thorp 110 1 C McCorkle 150100 40208 Bronco Billy 110 It Ityan fwOlOO 40337 Charlestonii 110 D Connelly 1 0100 402993SuiiinierSigh 110 4 = i C Duggan 70100 40330 L AAaldeck 10r 5s C Gross J50 100 40330 Loreiui Moss 203 0 AV Hinphy S310KK 2 mutuels paid Jim Thorpe 11 00 straight 301 place 2S show Pronco Billy 3lil place 340 show CharleUonian S2iiO show showTime Time 25 49 3 114 141 Track Fast FastAVinner AVinner K E Majors b IK by Sais Helen Virginia by Sniiproniiis trained by E E Major bred by Mr John F Palmer PalmerWent Went to post at 33l At post 1 minutes Start good AVon driving second alid third the same sameOverweight Overweight Lorena Moss 3 pounds ixth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191G w w 111 3 110 Purse 400 3 rearolds and upward Claiming Net value to viancr 300 second 65 third 35 35Eiiniv Eiiniv Odds Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 402fiJlAlLJ Hrrtrlt5 I11 B Pinnegar V0100 J0339 Hgans Heir 103 2i C Cross 20101CO 20101CO402793Tiaian 402793Tiaian US C AVarren 4400KX 4400KXIGSl IGSl IGSlsBeilloc sBeilloc 508 4l C McCorkle COO10 10334 = Irish Maid 113 ri C Kirschbm fi0lco 40243 = fewis B 115 i1 H Lowe tlGIO100 4 5393 Sybil 113 7 = AV Hinphy 1201CP 4031 Mex 110 Si C Duggan f 10279 Salgcorge 115 D AV Mclntyre t ttMutuel tMutuel field 2 mntucls paid I AV Harper 1280 straight i20 place SUiU show Harrigans Heir KiiO dace 1010 show Tiajan 1300 show showTime Time 24 48 115 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner H R Scrimshers b g 3 by J F 1rowley Fenelon by Gov Foraker trained by E vinneman bred by Mr H U ScHiuklier ScHiuklierAVent AVent to post at 405 At posf lllllllllttr J Jirt irt ood Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweight Overweight Harrigans Heir 2 pounds eventh Race 5S Mile Jan 8 1916 x v 5g3 7 Purse S400 3year Ids and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40037 Cal Curn 115 1 B Pinnegar SO1CO 45180 Zindo 10G 2 K Smith 2520100 2520100Jfi2D5 Jfi2D5 = CIear Lake 113 3 M AVoods SNUlOO 4627 Little Spider 113 4 P Martinez 2110100 100683Xet Walcutt 113 5 li Kyan 38 0100 40211 Ivsinmist 10S C McCorkle 17 100 40293 Ita Fredcl113 7 D Connelly 100100 15U98 = Cy Mcrrick 115 8 J M cBricle 170100 2 mutuels paid Cal Curn S5iO straight 400 ilacc 380 show Zindo 20 00 place 700 show lear Uike 320 show showTime Time 23 48 102 Track fast Winner Trowhridgt frMrAtcirV ch g 10 by Stem AVinder Qneincup by King Faust it trained by C AV Officer bred by Mr II H Went to post at 427 At post 1 niiiiute Start ood Won driving second and third the same Overweights Ziudu 4 utnwilsf Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Capt l al Parrs big stable lias been moved from Charlottesville Aa to the Pimlico track by trainer William Garth All the horses are in excellent tHiri and practically ready for racing racingAmong Among the visitors to Hurst Park recently was Frank Wool ton who has recently been demobilized after a long sojourn in the army chiefly in the east eastA A New Zealand writer draws attention to trainer R J Masons remarkable success in connection with the New Zealand Derby Mason rode the winner Papapa in 1S73 and since 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Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 34 Mile Dec 31 1919 l12 i 3 117 600 Added 3ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 14050 third 77 Owners O U C I Index Horses AWtPPSt U StrF5n Jockeys 4 342MARASMUS WR F Ill 4 2 1 1 1s 1 1s 1 J RodrigzO P Harris Harris40309MAD 75 2 111025 out 40309MAD GINGHAM w 4 KJ 2 u 5 5 u 3 35 = 2 2k IJ KenndyM Rieser 0 S 2i 40044 SUBAHDAR wn 5 111 3 4 4 41 2 3 H Myers J W Murphy 2 31 1345 23 lK2i 11UMMA w 5 106 1 3 3 3 4 4i 4 W HeinehlCkainp 1 HownlO 20 15 5 S5 S52k 4017 SISTER 1IELEXE W 3 101J 5 1 2k 2 5 5 C WhittonB Williams WilliamsTime 4 4 ISl 12 Time 24 48 113 Track last Winner Ch g by Mentor Rustle by Itussell trained by F W Staton bred by Mr Fred C Meier MeierWent Went to post at 21S At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing MARASMlS Net the pace hard held for the lirst threeeighths then moved away witli a r sli in the last quarter and won as his rider pleased MADRAS GIXGHAM was outpaced in the early running but under hard riding came fast and got up in the last strides for second place SURA1IDAR ran in im ¬ proving form HUMMA tired SISTKR HKLBNK quit quitScratched Scratched IC289 Onico 101 4 2G9JMuck Garner 104 402 9Xinety Simplex 111 45939 Pastime 111 4G30S Sungold 111 459SO By Heck 114 114Overweights Overweights Sister Helene l1 pounds SECOND RACE 34 Mile Dec 31 1919 112 5 3 117 600 Added 3yearolils and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 127 third 68 Index Horses AWtPPSt A 4StrFin Jockeys Owners O II O P 1C3UREDLAXD wr S 112 3 6 t 2 li n KennMyO A Binnchi S5 2 D5 35 l4 40390COXVERSE w 8 111 1 2 1 11 21 S Wida M T Reardon 85 2 95 35 14 4 034 2 = ETTA HE w 5 lOrt c 1 4 = 4l 3 = 3i C WhittonW II Fixer 7 10 10 3 fi5 40329 SILV SHAPIRO w 11 101 5 5 5i 4 = 4 H King P Dunne 10 12 15 5 S5 S5SO 40370 SHE DEVIL w 4 110 4 4 41G214 C r3 5s W Bo sklD Church SO 50 50 15 i 1G214 BIG IDEA wn 3 103 2 23 3 2s U f C H EricksnWayne Stable 4 454 5 4 C5 13 1 Time 24 48 i 113 Track fast fastWinner Winner R g by Plaudit Ruby Right by Star Ruby trained by J L Paul bred by Mr J H Woodford WoodfordWent Went to post at 245 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same RKDLAXD began slowly but saved much ground on all the turns and outstayed COXVKRSI through the last seventy yards COXVKRSK had no mishaps and showed the most early speed lint tired near the end ETTA HE was hard ridden all the way and held on gamely SILVEY SHAPIRO would have been closer up but for meeting interference ou the stretch turn RIG IDEA quit badly badlyScratched Scratched 4f213Rlue Jeans Ji9 40327IMin Bill 97 4 57 = Geiieral 111 4WI32Bonstolle 111 4G371 Richard V 97 97Overweights Overweights Rig Idea 3 pounds THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs Dec 1C 1919 l05ji 4 112 Beauregard Purse Purse 600 3yearolds and upward Allowances Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt StrFin jockeyr Owners 0 H 0 P o 4 03 72s TATTLE wn 3 10 fi fiw3 fii 2l I3 H ErickHnT H Wilson 23 31 3 1 2 w3 97 2 2i 21 31 2 = 2 S AVItla A L Kirby 2 11511515 13 i 3 102 010 010n OU 6i 5 nk H Kins P Dunne 30 30 30 12 f n 4 113 S 4 3 41 3 41 H J BurkoJ H McDonald 11521 U571013 4 2893IOXS CHOICE wit 5 10G 7 5 41 41 5 11 Rom lHT Fowler 20 25 25 S 4 4400702BARRYS 400702BARRYS PET it310fil3 7 71 7l f1 O Willis W II Frey S 10 S 3 75 40371 3PRCIOCS PEARL v S3 10 0 10 i V 7 J Mooney Cain Sanforrt 10 15 17 5 2l 40035 AVHITK HA A EX i 4 10S 1 3 51 S S S J RodrigsAV E Matthews 20 25 20 S 4 4 I 2 OCR LITTLE AXX v 4 103J 2 1 I1 11 til O3 D HopktnsAV H Fizer 20 25 20 S 4 45313 SANDY MAC v 3 107 4 S 81 10 1010S ° 10S 101 H Myers AVinous Pt Sta 50 TXt CO 20 10 14018 HIGH AOLTAGE v 4 113 11 11 11 11 11 11 R Masor T M Diendoerfer 100 100 100 10 20 Time 231J 47 100 107 Track fast fastWinner Winner Ch c by The Manager Gossip by Leamington trained by W R Mitchell bred by Mr Thomas C McDowell McDowellWent Went to post at 07 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing TATTLE moved up fast after going the first quarter and Io t ground by coming wide into the stretch but came with a rush in the last eighth and won easing up TAL1SMAX had no mishaps ran a iiootl race and finished gamely CORMORAX came with a great rush in the last eighth STKPSOX ran well but tired in the last eighth OCR LITTLE AXX set a fast pace but quit badly in the stretch stretchScratched Scratched 40192Satana 105 45323 Charlie Snmmy 113 4ti371 Col Murphy 102 4500S Retta It IOS 40390 Propaganda 113 4 37t Princess Lou 97 4ii32S Sammy Roy 118 118Overweights Overweights Tattle 1 pound Barrys Pet I1 Precious Pearl Our Little Ann IV Sandy Mac 5 FOURTH RACE 1 116 Miles Dec 25 1919 146 G 119 Purse 600 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt riStrFin Jockeys O H 0 P lfi3452SUX GOD it j wnlttonMastn Rogs 1 G5 7 71013 out 1 0345 FRAXKL1X wit 7 IOS 5 4 1 1 = 1s 11 2 = B KcnndyI C Sturgess lfi51 25 10148 PAR OXE wn 5 109 A 2 3i 3 4 3 J RodrigzL A Bronddus S 10 10I0393K1MPALOXG 10 21 1 1 I0393K1MPALOXG 0393 K1M PALOXG wit 4 105 G G G fi 3 4 43 AV Heinch7 L Knight 12 12 1240218SCOURGEMAX 12 4 75 146218SCOUHGEMAX w 5 114 1 3 41 41 ii 5 o5 O AVillis N B Mayfield S 12 S 21 45 103 IBSiS3NAPTHALIUS 5 X A PTH A LI US w 4 101 2 5 5 rJ fi fi H King P J Miles 15 15 15Time 12 4 C5 Time 24 A 49 114 139 l45 i oy track record Track fast fastAVinner AVinner Ch g bv Aeronaut Sunrise by The Iani trained by R L Rogers bred by Mr assntt assnttWent Went to post at 337 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ng SUN GOD was restrained close up until straightened out in the stretch then took the lead in the ast eighth and won easing up FRANKLIN showed the most early speed but tired near the end BAR XE ran well and linished gameiy KIM PALOXG closed a gap SCOURGEMAN gave way in the stretch O FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles Dec 15 1919 153 3 114 First Running LOUISIANA O DERBY 5000 Added 3yearolds Net value to winner 4975 second 700 third 300 fourth 150 AWtPPSt A StrFin Jockey Owners O H O P 40018 DAMASK wr IIS 4 2 I1 I1 1s 1s 1 E Ambrose P AVhitney 7202S 15 out 0270 BULLETPROOF wr IIS fi 3 31 3 2 2B 2 F ColtilttiS A Glopton G S S0270BREAD S 3213 0270BREAD MAN w IIS 1 fi 4 42 3 3 O Willis O B Potts 10 10 1002703ALLIAAN 10 N5 35 02703ALLIAAN w 113 2 1 21 21 I 44 41 J RoarigzAVinous Pt Sta 20 30 30 i 2 10210 KINGS CHAMPN wr US 3 4 ti fi fi 5 = 5 S AVida J MacManus 12 15 15 3 1 0310 ST GERMAIN BllS 5 5 g 4 5s iil G fi J M joney F Bain 20 30 30Time 30 C 21 Time 24 48 l13 i 138 J 151J new track record Track fast fastAVinner AVinner Br by All Gold Crinoline II by Broomstick trained by M Goldblntt bred by ayne Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 403 At post 2 minutes Start bad and slow Won easily second and third driv ng DAMASK ran as if he outclassed the others and won eased up through the last sixteenth BULLET ROOF raced up with a rush after going a half mile but was easily held safe BREAD MAN was away loorly and had to close an immense gap ALLIVAN tired and was away with an advantage ST GKR iIAIX ami KINGS CHAMPION were away poorly and outclassed Scratched 10270 General Glenn 118 f I SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb 28 1920 l43i 4 95 Purse 600 lOTCITb 3yearolds and upward Handicap Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt Vi i Sir Fin Jockeys Owners GSI2 = IXDIAX CHANT wr 7 117 7 4 1 = 1 = I1 I3 1 = S AVida K 1C Rryson 11521 95 45 25 0115 CHICK 15ARKLEY 5112 5 5 31 2l 2 2s 2t J RodrhVzP J Miles 31 5 5 2 1 1G 03742BRYNL1MAH w 10107 312 l i Dk f 4 3i B KenndyI Lowe G S S 3 S5 S5S 03402TIT FOR TAT 5 102 4 7 4l 51 41 5 = 4s AV HeinchJ J Fa hey S 8 G 21 G5 G5S 02S9 VERITY 4 10G S 3 2V 3l 31 31 5 C AVhittonAV H Fizer S 12 10 4 2 0272 LITTLE STRING s t X 112 11 1112 12 l ° k Sl Ci H Myers M Nicoll 20 20 20 S 4 4fi 0312 CONTESTANT o 107 i fi 10 = 10 11 i 71 A RichcrkJ Funk fi S S 3 S5 0272 ORNERY 5 101 12 9 71 8 101 10 S3 H King A L Kirby 12 20 15 G 3 0332 MISS STERLING 5 107 S 5 7 7 fih = L Mills E Luty 100 100 100 40 20 542 CADILLAC C 112 1C 10 lll Hi Si 71 10 H J BurkeE L Loubat LoubatG235 30 40 40 15 S G235 SAY AVHEX wii i 4 100 2 1 0 4l fi fi1 11 = 111 J Mooney C J Brockmil Brockmiller 15 15 12 f 21 0374 BETHEL HILL wit 7 107 1 2 8 fi 12 12 12 O AVillis J J Troxler 15 20 15 j 3 3Time Time 24 49 114 141 146 Track fast fastWinner Winner Ch g by Delhi Anthem by Flotow trained by G R Iryson bred by Mr James R Keene KeeneAVent AVent to post at 429 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv drivng ng IXDIAX CIIAXT showing the most speed led for the entire race and won easing up CHICK CHICKtAKKLEY tAKKLEY had no mishaps and ran a good race RKYXLIMAH closed an immense gap TIT FOR TAT TATind ind VERITY tired tiredScratched Scratched 11390 The Gallant Ill 40347 P G King 112 4 4h54t h54t Rnppahannock III 10 42902 5ibby 112 SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb 28 1920 143 4 90 Purse 600 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 udex Horses StrFin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P 0347SBRICKLEV w t 0 107 3 4 5 5 3 Il 1i B KenndyRomer Bfield 30 30 30 12 G 0347 YORKIST 112 1 5 V i 2 = 3 2 t H Myers Thomas t Tton 15 20 15 G r rG112 0308PAS DE CHANCE VG112 G112 S 9 9 7 i G G0372TRIOMPI1AXT G1 21 3 = R RomelliA Misner 10 12 S 3 S 1 1v 0372TRIOMPI1AXT v J I 10 10i 5 1 U 1111 I1 4 H Kim P Dunne G 8 7 3 ii iiw 0375 BOXD w t 6 117 2 2 3 4 4 4022WILLDO 5 5 It Pauley J Bishop S 10 10 4 2 2V 022WILLDO v 7 117 71010 10 S2 fi = G A RtcherkH B Holmes fi S S 3 83 83w 0375 CORSOX w t 4 llfi 3 21 2 7 71 7s J RodrigxE C Bunbury 5 5 21 1 12 0395 STARTER wn G 112 10 I 71 liJ 9s n10 S1 L Mills Sullivan Gould 100 100 lOfl 40 20 40370 ARCH PLOTTERw 7 114 4 S G1 3 51 8 = AV HeinchKkamp t Hown75 2 95 7101S MIDIA w3 2 i 7 4 S 10 10 10 S AVida Ar Mannale S 12 10 4 2 2Time Time 24 48 114 141 I45y5 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner P g by Ort Wells The Scold by Meddler trained by W S Rrumfteld bred by Messrs olm I Carr Rro RroWent and slow AVon easily second and third driv Went to post at 501 At post 1 minute Start good RRICKLEY raced close up from the start and drew out in the last eighth to win easing up YOUK ig PAS DE CIIAXCE ran well and linished gamely COUSOX ST closed a big gap in the last quarter red ARCH PLOTTER quit TRIOMPHAXT set tin pace to the stretch and also quit quitScratched Scratched l0311IKing Xeptune 114 4C19 Brown Favorite 109 40239 Conrcelles 111 40329 Marie lappold 107 40197 Malice 107 40374sWaterproof 117 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 1920 OrienUil Park Xinetyninth day CubaAmericai Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 107 days Weather clear temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward C T Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge W II Shelley Starter James Milton Rac Jng Secretary Martin Xnthanson Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 200 p m AV Indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record nge of horse an weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 53 Mile Jan 10 1920 59 3 100 Purse 600 4yearolds am upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt StrFin Jockeys Owners 4035UMAY MAULSBY wan 5 104 7 G 5 51 21 1 = F ChiavtaJ M Coope 40350 UNAVISE CHILD wn 4 101 3 3 1 = I4 1 2 A Tryon Curb Stable 3 31 31 75 1K 4 02 00 ROUNDEL w 4 IOS G 4 2 ° t 2 i 3l S2 A Piekons H T Bangs 3 4 4 S5 45 40281 LADY IVAN wit fi 103 1 1 3 41 4U 4 R McCrnnH E Crist 12 12 10 4 2 40250 SAYETH w Ill 2 2 fi 6 51 5 1C Garner I F OLeary 20 20 20 S 4 44007DRIFFIELD 4007DRIFFIELD wit G 109 47 7 7 7 GJ F Lux A C Niehaus G5 S5 S5 35 13 1340201SUREGET 40201SUREGET wit 13 111 5 5 4 34 G 7 T Murray H G Woods 2 S5 S5 35 13 13Time Time 23 48 101 Track fast fastS2 S2 mutnels paid May Manlsby 1180 straight 010 place 380 show Unwise Child 1200 place 000 show Roundel 520 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds May Manlsby 490 to 100 straight 205 to 100 place 90 to 100 show Unwise Child 500 to 100 place 200 to 100 show Roundel 100 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Ch m by Stalwart Kisberdale by lint Gore trained by J M Cooper bred by Mr Paul Lansing LansingWent Went to post at 233 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ing MAY MAULSBY gained steadily and tinishing fast easily passed UXWISE CHILD in the las eighth The latter sprinted into a long lead in the lirst half but tired badly ROUXDKL raced forwardlj throughout SUUKGET raced on tin extreme outside until in the last quarter where he tired badly DRIFFIKLI was always outpaced A A i I1 SECOND RACE 58 Mile Jan 10 1920 59 3 100 Purse 600 4yearolds an JrVfTci 4 upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt iStrFln Jockeys Owners O H 0 P 10i23MIKE DIXOX w 4 10 4 G 5l 5 2k P AV Brown U E Graham 10 10 10 4 2 40 23SEXCORE wn 8 KM 3 2 Ink l j p AVilson P B Rice 444 S5 45 40 524 BLANCH1TA ws 7 110 84 4 4 1 3nt 32 A Gargan AV Gargan 3 3 3 G5 35 40201 LITTLE NEPHEW w 9 10G 7 5 3l 3 4l 41 E AtkinsnI S Allen 3 3 3 G5 33 40 523BUNICE w 10 104 11 2 2 5s 54 A Tryon B Mock S 8 S 3 S5 S540nBETTERTOX 40nBETTERTOX w S IOC 5 S S 7 1 G fi F Lux J Corujo 2221 1 1 0524 ALLAH wn 4 105 fi 7 tV G 7 = 7 = F ChiavtaM E Thompson 5 5 5 2 1 1402KlBABA 402KlBABA BOXDS wit I 101 2 3 7 S S S AV Jarrell E J Sullivan 15 15 15 G 3 3Time Time 23 48 100 Track fast 2 mntuels paid Mike Dixon 4530 straight 13 30 place 520 show Encore 010 place 320 show Blanchita 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Mike Dixon 2105 to 100 straight 505 to 100 place 100 to 100 show Encore 205 to 100 place 00 to 100 show Rlanchita 0 to 100 show showWinner Winner Br g by Barnsdab Baby Dixon by Sir Dixoa trained by R E Graham bred by Mr P E Graham GrahamWent Went to post at 302 At post 0 minutes Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driv ¬ ing MIKE BIXOX was taken to the outside when entering the stretch and tinishing fast outgamed EXCORE and won going away ENCORE set a fast early pace and made a game but tiring finish PLAXCHITA began from the outside and raced well but could never get to the front LITTLE XEPIIEW tired badly in the last sixteenth sixteenthOverweights Overweights Rlanchita 1 pound THIRD RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purse 600 3yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AWtPPSt 4StrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H 0 P S 4fi52sBAUDORA w 105 1 f 1 F AVilson F N Beamer 4 40352s 0352s LITTLE OXE wit 1021 3 3 3402001XCIXERATOR 24 W Brown B E Graham 402001XCIXERATOR w 100 7 2 3 J Fletcher F AVrispen 40381 DRUSILLA w S 1 4k AV Jarrell E Burke 40282 PUNCTUAL wn 105 G 5 5 = F Hunt N K Beal 4 0093J MAJOR BRADLEY w 1021 4 4 fil E Atkinsn1 J OMalley 40158 MAY CRAIG wr 94 2 7 7 L AVoods H E Davis 40352 SPECTACR GIRL wit 105 9 S S4038SMALL STS F Lux OMeara Bros 4038SMALL STOXE wit 02 5 9 P Lonn T C Boggess Time 23 47 113 Track fast S2 mutuels paid Rardora 120 lace 270 show Little One 440 place Rardora 110 to 100 straight 55 to 100 place 35 to 100 show Little Oue 120 to UK place 50 to 100 show Incinerator 110 to 100 show showWinner Winner B f by Bard of Hope Isidora by Isidor trained by L H Baxter bred by Mr Philip M Walker WalkerWent Went to post at 333 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing PARDORA slipped through on the Inside while rounding the far turn and drew away into a long lead in the last eighth LITTLE OXE sprinted into a big lead in the first quarter and set a fast pace but tired 1XCIXKRATOR linished fast MAJOR BRADLEY ran away a mile after the race raceScratched Scratched 10227 Hush 105 105Overweights Overweights Little One 1U pounds Major Bradley ARi l O FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 St Patricks Day JtOdtJLt Handicap Purse 800 3yearolds and upward Not value to winner 600 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt Vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners o n o P 402832SIROCCO wr 5 113 ii I Il 11 1 Il A PIckons K I Fitx 40283 IMA Til AX 1C wit 7 llfi 14 2 2 2 = 2 F ChiavtaT J Manor u 402833DIFFERNT EYES w 4 110 3i 3 = 31 A Tryon 1 D Mlllin 222 4f out out459X5 459X5 MARSE JOHN W 1 101 4 2 f 5 4 J 4 F AVilson AV V Thraves 3 3 3 1 out 44815 MAYOR HOUSE w 3 9S 2 5 4 4 i 5 1 Fletcher G P Sherman 0 30 0 12 out outTime Time 24 47 100 100 Track fast 2 inntiiels iiid Sirocco 00 straight 270 place Inii Frank S Equivalent looking odds Sirocco 151 to 110 straight 55 to 100 pi piWinner Winner Rr g l v Sir Geoffrey Helium by Sandridge trained l y K L Fitzgerald bred in England by Mr loliu Joel JoelWent Went to post at 5i At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second anil third the same SIROCCO set a fast pace from the start and him on gamely in the tinal drive after having saved ground when entering the stretch IMA IUAXK ran a gool race and linished gamely after making a wide stretch turn DIFFERENT KYKS was always a forward contender MAKSK JOHN ran well FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles Jan 18 1920 l50 i 6 105 Purse S700 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt 4StrFiu Jockeys Owners O H 0 P 0285SOLID ROCK w 7 109 3 V V F Wilson O 13 Van AVinkle 444 S5 out 4 0380 GREAT GULL w u 10S 4 4w 2fc Ul M MourtnC 1C Moore 3 331 out 40354S BUCK NAIL w s ior r 3 3s F Lux I F OLeary S5 85 S5 35 out 10325LUCKY PEARL w 4 102 1 1 I1 I1 I4 4 4B ° 4 F ChiavtaJ S Baldwin 5 f i 5 i ou out 40120L1TTLE XEARER w 11 112 2 3 5 5 5 r r F Hunt Jamaica Stable 32 32 32 35 ou ouTime out Time 24 48 114 140 152 Track fast 2 mntuels paid Solid Rock 1040 straight 450 place Great Hull 510 place no show inntuel Equivalent booking odds Solid Rock 120 to 100 straight 125 to 100 place Great Gull 170 to 100 place placeWinner Winner I g liy Trap Rock Amaranth by Sir Dixon trained by O K Van Winkle bred by Mr P J Millett Went MillettWent to post at 420 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing SOLID ROCK saved ground on all the turns and finished gamely GREAT GULL raced prominently and finished fact BUCK XA1L ran well but swerved out on the first turn and came on the outside of the leaders while rounding the far turn LUCKY PEARL set the pace to the stretch and quit LITTLE NEARER was outrun all the way wayOverweights Overweights Lucky Pearl pounds fA6yt SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards March G 1918l41 5 117 Purse 600 JbO jt JL 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 lnlex Horses AWtPPSt V4 StrFin Jockeys O H O P S037HARLOCK w r IOS 2 1 4 4J 2t lt K AtkinsnT H Moody 444 8545 I0307ODIAC wit 9 10S 1 2 fi = K fil 3 t 2 = V Known T E OKI ham 3 31 31 75710 757104fiS07s 4fiS07s 5iOIE w 4 102 4 4 ink i JM 41 jh p ChiavtaM E Thomposn 3 3 21 1 12 12403ITHE 403ITHE GLEAMERwlt 4 19 8 S 8 7t 7 ii 41 F Lux T J Brown 10 10 10 4 2 240354SLIPRY 40354SLIPRY SILVER wi 4 99 ii 5 SIS 4 ii r h 5 AV Tarrell Armonia Stable 31 1 5 2 1 40308TOKALN MARCIlw C 10S 3 3 3k nk 7 F AVilson J W Fuller 21 21 21 1 12 1 0308 WHITE CROWX wli 3 in f i 2i U 2i ink 7 H Garner H W Uoyer fi 2 r5 1 25 WILD THYME wn G 10V 7 7 7 S S S S A Taj lor 11 T Bangs 8 S S 3 S5 S5Time Time 24 4 48 113 139 l43 5 Track fast 2 mntuels paid Harlock 1240 stmiglit S40 place irO show Xodiac 770 place f4r 0 show oil 40 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Harlock 20 to 100 straight 20 to 100 place 125 to 100 show Zodiac 285 to 100 place 125 to 100 show oie 70 to 100 show showWinner Winner 15 g bv IVep oDay Pencdetta by The Pepper trained by J W Xaylor bred by Messrs R II Dots DotsWent Went to post at 444 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same HARLOCK running one of his good races today came through on the inside and outstayed ZODIAC in a game finish ZODIAC worked his way up on the outside and was forced wide when enter ¬ ing the stretch but almost got up to win ZOIK set a good pace nearly all the way but tired finally THi GLKAMKR finished with a rush from a slow liiginning TOKALON MARCH and W1IITK CKOWX quit quitOverweights Overweights oie pounds Wild Thyme 5 Fate Of Grand National Favorites: Six Absolute First Choices Successful in the Course of Its Last Thirty Years. FATE OF GRAND NATIONAL FAVORITES Six Absolute First Choices Successful in the Course of Its Last Thirty Years YearsThat That 1oethlyn is entitled to be favorite for the Grand National goes without saying and in view of the fact that he won last years race at Aintree under 175 pounds starting at 11 to 4 against a shorter price than any other favorite in the course of tin last thirty years his present price of 4 to 1 does not seem to be unreasonably cramped Five other winners of the Xational during the period referred to were absolute favorites and four more figured as joint favorites Counting these in as favorites this makes a total of ten favorites or equal favorites successful The other absolute favorites that won were Driiincrefi IX to 2 against Manifesto i to 1 against in 1807 Cloister to 2 against Come Away 4 to 1 against and Hex 4 to 1 against When Manifesto gained his second victory in 1S9 his price was 5 to 1 but there was one at a shorter price in Gentle Ida Of the win ¬ ners which divided favoritism with others Poethlyii when he won the War Xational at Gatwick in 1918 figured at the same price as two others 5 to 1 being also the starting quotation of Wuvcrtrec and Allv Sloper both of which fell When Jerry M won in 112 he was no better favorite than Rath nally which did not finish The longest price of ¬ fered on the field at the start for the big steeple ¬ chase was in 1009 when the winner Lntteur III figured at 100 to 0 against together with Shady Cilrl Why Not wa one of two n to 1 chances when ho scored in 1S9I achieving two records for he was the first and up to now the only Xational lluiit Steeplechase winner to win the Grand Xational lie is also the record holder in having been tin oldest horse to secure the big race for he was thirteen years old when he won the steeplechasing Itlue Ribbon RibbonAmong Among the horses that started favorite for the Xational one year or another with no success were Carrig Park a 7 to 2 chance in the year Itallymacad won at Gatwick while Ally Sloper stood at 9 to 2 in the previous year when Vermouth did the trick at 100 to 8 At Aintree in 1913 Rally hackle was first choice at 5 to 1 but did not finish while when Ally Sloper secured the last prewar Xational Irish Mail was favorite at ii to 1 Glancing back Lntteur III 7 to 2 failed to finish in Glensides year the winner being a 20 to 1 chance When Rubio achieved his startling suc ¬ cess in 1UOS his price being i i to 1 a previous winner in Kirkland was favorite at 13 to 2 against In 1901 as little as 7 to 2 was booked alxiut John M P at the start while the winner Ascetics Silver figured at twenties John M P fell but his failure notwithstanding he was made favorite again on the following afternoon in a field oC thirteen for the Champion Steeplechase but blun ¬ dered badly A shortpriced favorite that came to grief in Ambush II s year was Hidden Mys ¬ tery which was a fractionally better favorite than thfr winner 75 to 20 IHMIIK the price of the one and 4 to 1 of the late King Edwards horse Hid ¬ den Mystery hail the misfortune to be knocked over by a loose horse Covert Hack which had fallen at the first fence Covert Hnck was a stable companion of Ambush II London Sportsman Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, March 18. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Thursday March 18 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK PAST The figures under the heading Rec in the entries below show the best time of each horse at the distance since January 1 1917 no matter where it finished In cases where record was made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 Superior inuil runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner SI Maidens Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance First Race 34 Mile Miletycarolds tycarolds and upward Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 102Todays Todays lud Horse AVt Rec RecG AWtIIan G lden Red SI r 10 72 11 llvhocl SI 10i IrlGJfc mi 720 V da J tulle OD111 11 11Niimi r 107 7ir 7irr Niimi WalUm 107 113 113N r 112X71 N tivc Soil SI 114 114 1141i 4 10 710 1i and Stealer StealerSI SI or 7or Passion 101 113 f 7 107X700 rrodurkk Miller 1M 114 7 10 700 Second Race 34 Mile nyearohls Track record Ian S S1B320 1920 111 0 102 1B320 MINERAL 97 153i Kir lii2 Hot Foot 101 20s llOx KillO SIarv Fitzhugh 91 li lor i 4 378 Director lames SIS 14Vr 107X1 107X1IOC J00t Queen Gaffney IOC lrc lrct t 110 H1137 jilia 91 114 0iX ir2 Steve III 113 107X1 nj7i u lister si 107 lir 102 4C7 Bonnie Itird SI SIThird ioc Third Race 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds and up ward Claiming Tracl record Ian 24 1917 1 I5 te 102 4 0os Nope 109 1015 r 114X1 10S 105 112X1 Todiys Intl Horse Horse4IW811 AVt Rec AWtIIan 4IW811 Byrne 110 lOSf 4 111X71 4IW24 Sister Susie Susie4M792 112 l0iif 7 112X71 4M792 Pomcrene 105 107 4100X710 4i ° 31 Skecr Face 112 l0Uf 7 108X70 108X704U2S1 4U2S1 Arthur SIiddletonlll 100 Vs 7 10070i 10070iFourth Fourth Race 1 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upwanL Claiming ClaimingTrad Trad record March 23 1919 138 fe lor 9 Slild Sill 103 140 12 111X72 97 Lackrose 110 140 12 114X720 41W02 Itrer Fox SI SI4C20 4 105 71 4C20 Kockarce SI SI4C397 105 144 Vr 3 S9X710 4C397 Perseus 109 141 0 109X710 4li23 Cafeteria SI SI4I34I 5lM41f 4 1 OS 70i 4I34I Kea Ieacli 109 144S 7 10X7 I Flush of Steel 109141 1109X700 1109X700Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards YardsCuba Cuba Handicap 3yearolds and upward Track record March4tw March i 191S 111 5 117 117lolite 4tw lolite 100 142 7 10X72 10X72Kiku 4iK iiS Kiku 9 141 4 107X720 107X720Hubbub 4iif i Hubbub 109 l4l 7 109071 109071Scotch 415351 Scotch Aerdict4ii9Ss Verdict 9 142 i 4 100 710 4ii9Ss Peasant i 103X710 415303 Slajor Homo 1015 142 Jf 4 1051710 45303 tWar Spirit 9S l13i 4 97X70 415303 f Smflice 4 102X70 45181 Tufter 100ilIVf 102X700 415141 Nolawn 101 700 W V Tliraves entry Sixth Race i Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingLk Lk record Slarch 23 1SI19 l3Sf V VKed Ked AVilliam SI 101 112 4 4Fortunes Fortunes Favor 107 l41t 4 Koyat 102 141 r 1 Royalty 114 141 8 Zinnia 107142 The Snob SI 105 142 i Havana Jockey Percentages. II A VAX A TOCICKY 1M3KCI3NTAGI3S From January 1 191 i to 3Iarch J 191IO Inclusive At or Over OverWt Jockey Wt Sits Carmody J 102 345 Predin X 104 4 Murray T 109 984 Parnes K 103 129 Garner II 100 181 Kcderis 7 105 218 1ickens A 100 318 Lux P 98 9S Fator E 103 113 Prown W 104 134 Chiavetta F 101 308 Jarrell W 513 90 Hunt F 90 109 Siangan G 102 74 Fletcher J 53 00 Finlev A 105 141 Gargan W lit 211 Slorrissey W 107 S9 Woods 1 85 127 Connors J 111 i3 McCrann It 100 248 ISoyd II 102 13 Bauer J 112 30 11 ileuian E 110 109 Hoffler J 93 05 Mountain SI 110 190 At or Over OverPO Jockey JockeyCollins PO Wt Sits 1st Collins A 07 108 479 Corey O 07 100 290 Dawson 1 07 107 1 Pennlver J 07 105 Tryon A 07 101 515 Ie Slayo E 00 100 18 1 Atkinson E 00 102 135 8 Taylor W 05 103 98 5 Pall K 05 105 108 9 Garrigan C 05 101 LO 1 lx ng P 05 89 43 Miller C 03 105 37 White C 03 103 Kroger A 02 99 in x Maderia P 02 110 45 1 Pctz J G 02 105 53 1 Anderson SI 101 04 0 Collins X 100 12 0 Garcia A 105 i 0 Hirst C 99 10 0 Nelson C Peterson U Schlessinger SI 104 24 Ward C 100 1 Watson C 110 14 Wilson F 100 First Race [1st Havana] The small figure under Str shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race Tho small figure undar Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengths the horse wai behind the winner Weight to he carried appear at top of column of weigbti in previous races The H after the horses name means Maiden FIRST RACE 34 Ivlile 3yearolds and upward Allowances Jan S 1920 111 6 102 Tmler Oonr Pint TlmpTVfcOdds Wt 8t U S Str Fn Jockeys Started Order of rinlifc GOLDEN RED ch h 5 M 109 By Peep oDay Kate D by Cesarion CesarionTrainer Trainer J C Boggess Owner J C Boggess BoggessWill Will Havana 51 f 1 0S fast 31 108 6 I 21 2 V Hunt S Lillian G Hollyhock X Walton 4600 Havana 51 f lOS fast 31 11 S 4 51 Sl A Collins 8 Lowell Hot Foot Naomi Walton 44SS6 Havana 51 f l07 fast 12 102 11 11 11 ll1511 D FrnklinPJ Riverside ItobtLOwcu Pierrot HOLLYHOCK b c 3 M 101 101Trainer By itz Herbert Flocarline by St Florian Trainer W Brown Owner R Sctty 46577 77 Havana 5 51 f 1US fHJt f s t LO 102 J 2 2 3J 11 Garner 8 Lillian G GoWenKed N Walton C2T1 625 Havana 34 111 latjffast ffast H 10 lOG S 7 S S SJ II Garner 8 Jutland Nat Soil Willie Woods Woods4COSII 4COSII Havana 51 f 1 S4fast 0 1M 3 G X 9 S13 R Ball 9 Ilcrron Lucie Slay Haran 4 92 Havana 51 f I07fast 10 103 G 888 811 1 Carmody 8 Pylonian LucieSIay SmallStone SmallStoneVADA VADA BELLE b m 5 M 107 By Alfred Vargrave Belle of the Ball by Yankee YankeeTra Tra ncr J OSullivan Owner J OSullivan rJ Ha ana 51 f 109 fast r UK I 2 l C3 F Clilavtnll Hot Foot lien Ittitlir Cafeteria 16100 Ha ana 51 f 1 OSfast 7 110 2 4 II 41 T Carmody S Lowell Hot Foot Naomi AValton AValton4G219 4G219 Ha ana 34115 fast 3 107 3 11 2 t rl 1 Carmody 9 Ilomam NWalton Native Soil Soil4G17S 4G17S Ha ana f l07fast 25 111 4 6 G OJ iTx M Andsonl2 Lama Lowell Shasta Shasta43X63 43X63 Ha ana 51 f lOGfast 20 101 1 6 5 7 733 J Fletcher 8 KLOwen Kimice Bella AVilfer 4851 Ha ana l4 1 13 ffast 25 111 4 34 71 7 J Fletcher 10 LSIillor Top Rung SophieK 43187 Havana 51 f l07fast SO 110 S 888 S14 M Andson 8 ThornPloom FrBiirkc Lackrose Lackrose453C6 453C6 Havana 5J f 108 fast 12 102 5 4 10 11 10 T Hunt 11 Lady Ivan The Snou Clip ClipNAOMI NAOMI WALTON ch m 5 112 By Salvation Alondra by Emperor of Norfolk Trainer H A Cotton Owner H A Cotton 1177 Havana fiA f 1HS fast 1i 111 7 7 G C Ii A Piekens 8 Lillian G GoldenUed Hollyhock 4GUOO Havana S f lOSfast 5 110 7 l VI AV Taylor 8 Lowell Hot Foot Aada Ielle 3G2r 5 Havana 4 l14fast f 107 4 4 A Tryon S Jutland Nat Soil AVillie Woods 4G1 Havana 34 113 fast 3J 107 2 2 2 = AV Jarrell 9 Homam Native Soil Cafeteria 4fil7S Havana rJ f l07fast 12 111 i r F Lux 12 Lama Lowell Shasta 4G07G Havana 34 114 fast 12 103 31 11 11 11 lO0 J Fletcher 11 Lamp Post Shasta ISuljrer 45950 Havana 34 115 fast G 4 S1 092 F Lux 10 Gilder Pr Easy Small Stone 4CSGI Havana 5 f lCGfast G 101 3 4 44 4 45 B Atkinsn S It LOwen Hunicc Iella AVlfer 437G3 Havana 31 l14fast 8 100 11 10 0 9 7J T A Tryon 11 Ludy Ivan Old Eylers Homam 45713 Havana 34 l13fast 3 103 4 9 7i 77i J Carmody 9 lionOtis TopRunj SlagicSIirror NATIVE SOIL b c 4 M By Cameron Earth by Esher Trainer C E St Glair Owner C E St Glair 4USi Ha an 1 11C l51KOod 8 107 7 51 53 AV Jarrell 7 GuidePost ForFavor Royalty RoyaltyG M Ha ans 34 lll ifast 12 10 G 5 = 2 t J Fletcher 8 Jutland AVillieWoods NAValton NAValtonr 4G21 Ha an 34 115 fast 7 lift lift4G15S r 41 3SJ A Tryon 9 Ilomam NaomiAValtoii Cafeteria 4G15S Ha ana 5 f lOS5fn = t S 113 11345S51 7 10l II12 T Murray 12 Sayelh Prer Fox Grasmere 45S51 Ha an 54 l13VffJSt SO 113 9 S2 8 = C AVhite 10 LiuraSIiller TopKung SophieK 4G7G3 Ha an 34 l14fast 5 IOC 10 11 11 11 1011 C AVhite 11 Lady Ivan Old Eylers Ilornam PICKER AND STEALER bf3 M 96 96Trainer By Lovctie Mollie Pitcher by Star Shoot ShootCl Trainer H Shields Owner H T Bangs 4U77 Havana V f 1OS fast 10 H2 C 55 Cl 7i AV Jarrell S Lillian G GoldciiKed Hollyhock 4K52 Havafla 5J f lOSgooa 20 103 3 35 7 Slt B Atkinsn 9 Annalielle Kardora Little One PASSION ch m 7 107 107Trainer By Karathon Belle Swift by Enquirer or Iroquois Trainer C R Smith Owner F Belbarrio 4iX4 Havana 1 11G l47fast TO 112 2 I 12 R Ball 9 Cork Uoyalty Itoyat 4U219 Haxana 34 115 fast 10 112 7 I 9 3 R Ball 9 Homam NAValton Native Soil K158 Havana 5 f l08fast 20 111 12 12 12 12 12 F Lux 12 Sayeth 1rer Fox Grasmere 437G5 Havana 1 l41fast 20 113 C C 7 7 7 7s M Mountn S Slip Sliver var Tax ii uoronei uoronei410S1 410S1 Havana ImGOy l4r2ifast 40 107 888 S S5 O20 J Dminick 9 Slud Sill JohnGraliam Schemer Schemer40SS2 40SS2 Havana ImoOy 202hvy 15 110 5 7 7 7 7 G ° 1 Dmlnick 7 Darkey Tim J Hogan Alsardi 10797 Havana 1 l5Ghvy 5 111 7 S 8 8 i iFREDERICK S S34 R Ball S HGardner TarletonP PJIover FREDERICK MILLER b g 7 109 109Trainer By Prince Frederick Millers Daughter by Belvi Trainer C L Tanner Owner C L Tanner 4f219 Havana 31 115 fast 3 111 7 7 7l 9n H Garner 9 Ilomam X AValton Native Soil r78 Havana 5J f l07fast 12 113 10 9 10 92 771 H Garner 12 Lama Lowell Shasta Shasta45C2S 45C2S Havana 5 f l10ihvy 10 10S G 74 4l 410 II Garner 10 Iron I5oy Clip I C Girl 43509 Havana 34 llS fast 12 114 1 10 10 9 C2i AV Taylor 11 Galaway Lamp Post N AValton 45151 Havana ImuOy 144 fast 10 113 877 8 71 S J Bauer 8 Tranby Stelcliff AAar Tax Second Race [2nd Havana] SECOND RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds Claiming Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 MINERAL ch f 3 3Trainer 105 By Ormondale Mimosa by Hamburg Trainer K Spence Owner K Spence 4f 20 Ha ana 1 Ill1 F AAilson 7 Diinatello AirjtieLee SeaPrince 4C254 Ha ana 5S 101 fast 5 7s 714 T Murray S Plain Hther HotFoot Donatello 4G177 Ha ana 51 f lOS 4fast 2 4 32 T Murray 9 MaryFzhiish AirijLee HotFoot 47 I AAoods 9 Uerron Lueie Slay Haran 4GOS9 Ha ana 51 f lOSVfefast 5 GJ 4G028 Ha ana 1 I1 2 ° T Murray 10 Slildrcd Sea Prince MFitzhuRh 459SG Ha Havana ana 31 115 fast 15 3 3 4 = 2 L AAoods 10 Gilder Pr Easy Small Stone 45932 Havana 51 f l07fast 10 4 4l 53 L AVoods 8 15yloniau LucicSIay SmallStone SmallStoneBy HOT FOOT b f 3 3Trainer 110 By Ildrim Hot Bird by Dry Monopole Trainer E Linncll Owner L Bloom 1C Havana 51 f 109 fast 21 2 21 I1 F lAMlson 11 ISenPutler Cafeteria Ilazelnut 4 01 Havana 51 f lOS fast 3 1 1 2k F Chiavta 8 Lowell NaomiAVIton AradaUelle 4U2VJ Havana 58 101 fast 2i 2 2 21 F Chiavta 8 PL Heather Uonatello VJnjLfc 4G177 Havana 51 f OSl4faMt 10 1 lk 42 F Chiavta 9 MaryFitzliUKli AMrRLec Slineral 4rP5S Havana 34 l18slow 8 5 5 Vh a DeMayo 8 Hainan Vain Chick Babylonian 4rC10 Havana 51 f 103 slow 8 8 91 10 AV Crump 11 Dir James PHcather Sherry 4r5 5 Havana 51 f 108 slow 30 4 B 7T E DeMayo S Anuahelle Old Red Polar Cub Cubft4 451SC Havana 55 f l07fast 6 ft4 u 4 R Ball 9 FirstCousuI LucleSIay AIrgLce AIrgLceBy MARY FITZHUGH b f 3 3Trainer 105 105C By Ten Point Sand Light by Rock Sand Trainer A Tempest Owner C X Maci MaciU ey eyr irnv TinviuiH i iir jiooii U 4 r 31 41 T AVoods 10 Top TJmij J Pnwson Clip 4GI77 Havana rl f 1 osufast S 101 5 I A Tryon 9 AirjrU Lee Slineral Hut Foot li lMi Havana 51 f lOSHfast J5 lilli 1 r 1 5 fi J A Tryon llem n Lucie Slay llarau 4G02S Havana 34 l15 fast 0 4 G1 41 A Tryon 10 Slildred Slineral Sea Vrince muil 44J AV Doyle l Silex II Little One Dots 4250 Ualt Ah 58 l071 42IG Bait Ab 58 102 jrooil Gl AV I5r yle 7 SedKesrass Little One Fastep j 200 PimlivQ 4J f 57 niuU 85 i2 8 5 J r3 A Collijia S Lonely II 1urUiiiT Scdgtgruss DIRECTOR TAMES b g 3 167 167Trainer JJy Srummel Merilow by Mexican Trainer F Boughsman Owner 31 L Hutchinson 4C37S Havana 4 iii 3fast 12 115 4 2 2 31 C2 K DeSIayo 9 Jill llatrack ISevelry lames 4C201 Havana 51 f l07sfast 7 92 S S5J 7 G 41 4S3 P LonB S KaKdadine Assign lev James 4G227 Havana 5J f lOG5sfast 8 I3 G G 7 7l C 5 J Fletcher S Old Red AnnabeUe Itariloru 4C13S Iliivana 31 114 fast 3 93 4 2 2 2 41 F Hunt 12 Gilder Hhtrncki Ilurlinffnnre 4G019 Havana 34 1 14 fast 7 9S 4 221 3 T Metlmcel Galawny Tranhy JackiDawson 45973 Havana 31 llii slow 31 109 4 45i S 5 3U 3 B AtklnsnlO Count Itoris The Snob KTuscan 45830 Havana 5i f 103 fast 5 109 1 G 5 G 52 G Mangan LiU One Lenora P Hes a Bear 457G2 Havana Ci f l07fast C G 5 51 S11 F McrinieelO Dibmcil LlttleOhc PlalnHeather aUEEN GAFFNEY b f 3 110 By Jim Gaffney Guadalite by Raebura RaeburaTrainer Trainer L H Baxter Owner F N Beaiher Beaiher4GC01 4GC01 Havana 51 f l07l4sfast 10 95 5 S S S 8 L AAoods S Uagdtuline Assign Iter Tamca 4C119 Havana 51 f l08 fast 10 37 2 5 C C2 C3 F Lux 8 Annahqlle Little One Hush Hush4fS49 4fS49 Havana 51 f l07 fast G li 3 1 134 G J P Ix ng 7 Incinerator SInjor Fisk Steve 45729 Havana 34 l13fast 10 107 4 5 4 72 S G Corey 9 Hush Perfect Lady H Pardrier 51 f l07ifast G 5 G G C7 AT Jarrell 7 Punctual North lielle Leenrack 4556S Havana Cl f l07fast 10 3 3 31 33t F Lux 1 MLaRuoSI Punctual Jnclnalor 45525 Havana 34 l14fast 20 106 1 7 7 7 Sl G Corey 8 LitOnc Dir James Incinerator CUBA blk f 3 105 By Bard of Hope Salvation Nell by Salvation Trainer H J Kennedy Owner Kentmere Farm Stable G137 Havana 51 f 1OS fast 12 112 2 7 G9 A Finley Babylonian H a Jtear Driisilla 45S19 Havana 51 f l07 ATast 12 112 3 7 719 A Finley Incinerator Major Fisk Steve 45SSC Havana 5J f l07fast 15 105 8 G S 9 S1 A Finley 9 HuSh Little One lUocUaree 45339 Havana 34 l12fast 10 91 7 7 7 73 71 u Kopmn SSIanganese StolclilT Lcoti Fay 15203 Havana HavanaSTEVE 58 l01ifast C 107 3 7 S S3 9 A Finley 10 PcrfcctLcdy Ravcusea Superior SuperiorBy STEVE b E S 107 107Stire By Uncle Strite by Watcrboy WatcrboyS Trainer P Stire Owner P Stirb 4G52 Havana 51 f lOSstfooI 105 S S S3 72 U Uall 9 Annalielle Uardora Little One 4G137 Havana Cl f 1OS fast G 111 7 7 5 31 3 U Uall 7 ISabylonian H a Bear Driisilla DriisillaC 4GOi3 Havana 1 1 40ffnst 8 93 2 C G C G G J Fletcher 7 HorLerch SeaPrince SUtrdlcy 45972 Havana 51 f l10slow 10 101 S 9 7 7 7 R Hall 51 Nor lielle Lucie Iay SIBradler 4SI9 Havana 51 f l07 fast G 115 7 75i 7 5 3t 3 J Connors 7 Incinerator Slaj Fisk Lecnraek 455G8 Havana HavanaR 5i f l07fast S 10G 12 12S 12 12 12 12 = F AVeiner 12 SILaRueSL Punctual QGffncy R LESTER br brTrainer S 3 M 102 By Zeus Black Pearl by Frankford Trainer B E Graham Owner B E Graham 4C37C Havana 51 f lOS4hfast 25 101 8 8 8 S 73I AV Brown S Sea Prince Donatello Airgie Lee 4G320 Havana 34 l13 = ifast 20 107 2 25S G 7 G = 13 AV Brown 7 Slineral l onatcllo Virjrie Lee LeeS 4G25I Havana 5S 101 fast 15 107 S S 8 S Sc AV Brown S Plain Hther HotFoot Uonatello 4G177 Havana 51 f lOSfast 12 103 G G5S 9 9 9 9i Ar Brown 9 SlaryFitzhugh VirgLce Slineral 44S85 Havana 5S l00Afast 12 89 7 7 7 7 719 F Chiavta 7 PolarCiih Hatrack UoraceLerch 41240 FGnds 31 f 43 43ihvy ihvy 30 112 11 113i 7 79i AV Mclnrcll Em AVellcr MSIinks DaiiVan DaiiVan4l 11194 FGnds 3i f 43mud 20 116 6 6b 4l 5l SI Rowan 9 Slinute Slan Atta Boy II Friz FrizBy BONNIE BIRD BIRDTrainer b f 3 M 10G By Marathon Ethlyn B by Ethelbert Trainer H E Davis Owner H E Javis JG37G Havana 51 f lOS4ffast S 100 2 25S 4 I 7 5J A Tryon S Sea Prince Donatello Airgie Lee 4G251 Havana 5S 101 fast 12 110 1 7 7 G2 3 1 A Piekens S Plain Hther HotFoot Donatello 5GOS9 Iliivana 51 f lOSifast 12 109 9 9 S2 712 AV Brown 9 Hcrron Lucie Slay Haran 45S10 Havana 51 f 107 fast 13 102 7 75S 5 C 7i 7T3 E Barnes 10 Superior Lucie Slay PLHcathcr 45072 Havana 5S lOG ihvy 3 112 1 15S 4 4 4 ° 41 AV Slorsey Cuba Hot Foot Sliss K 45005 Havana 5S l02 fast G 112 5 6 7 Cnt G52 AV Slorsey S Qun Gaffney UotFoot OurMaid Third Race [3rd Havana] THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds and upward Claiming Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 NEPE b g 5 114 114Trainer By Abo Frank Gladys Louise by Sempronius Trainer E L Fitzgerald Owner H Coons i GO0 Havana 31 f lflJSfnst S5 103 2 2 24571S 21 2S J Carmotly 8 Koran Dainty Lady Skeer Face 4571S Havana 5 f lOG ifast 45 108 3 21 11 l J Carmody 8 Avion Enos Betterton 45611 Havana 51 f lOSslow 1 112 4 21 12 11 A Piekens 7 Pomcrene UnwiseChild Herder 43529 Havana 51 f lOGSfast 1 112 2 11 11454CS IJ ink A Piekens S Avion Pomcrene Little Nephew 454CS Havana 34 l12fast 2 108 5 22 224540S Inn vi A Piekens S AAalter Slack Pierrot John Jr 4540S Havana 34 lll5fast 3j 105 3 12 12PHEDODEN 2 54J A Piekens 7 Alvord High Gear JHoudel JHoudelBy PHEDODEN ch m 5 112 112Trainer By McGee Melissa by Star Shoot Trainer E A Wallace Owner J C Maycs Maycs4GCG3 4GCG3 Havana 31 l124 fast 31 101 1 12 124G2S2 ik t AV Taylor 10 Dainty Lady SlIIollins Sleliora 4G2S2 Havana 34 l13fast 1 109 1 11 114G121 114G121 21 11 T Murray 7 F Pullet Presumption Harlock 4G121 Havana 51 f lOGfast 85 III 2 12 2 11 J Keduris S Premium Assign Itagdadiuu 41008 Havana 51 f l071fefast 75 10G C 33 31 321 J Keileris 10 Trophy Elga Leoma 45975 Havana 34 l15slow 5 103 3 8 G 3J 351 J Kcderis 8 AV AVard Sleliora Yorkville 15751 Havana 34 l12fast 3 101 2 55 5 42 G Archbt 5 Yorkville AVal Slack GoldStone 45691 Havana 31 llGslow 4 97 1 11 11151f Int jij G Archbt S AValtcr Slack AVAVard Peasant 151f 3 Havana 34 l124sfast 3 111 1 11 11BYRNE 13 Il T Murray 8 Key Mar Felicidad Leoma BYRNE ch g 4 111 111Trainer By The Manager Caution by Planudes Planudesink Trainer M M Shields Owner W Dondas Dondas4rjSl 4rjSl Havana 1 140 fast Jl 108 2 2 2 ink i is s A Tryon 7 High Gear TliIUoom SkeerFace 40203 Havana InioOy 148 fast 4 104 1 1 1 2 24G22S 4 1 AV Brown Regreso Sloriomoy Salvatellu 4G22S Havana 34 lijfast G 10317 G G G43CT1 41 5 = 3 E Barnes 7 Key Slar Koran align Gear 43CT1 Ifavana 1 11G 147 Rood 3 99 1 1 2 3 31 31 A Tryon 5 Dr Rae Lackawanna Berlin 43599 ILnana Im50y l47slop 4 103 4 2 2 3 3 414 II Eoyd 0 P Ilunley NSIybright Regreso 45513 Havana 1 11G 113 fast 4 110 4 1 1 1 lh 21 AAr Crump i Puck Nail Zoic Fountiin Fay 45471 Havana ImaOy l4tfast 3 9SJ 1 1 1 1 I3 31 J Carmody 7 Slaj Domo Bierman FountFay 43421 Havana 34 l127ifast 3 110 6 43 31 46J F Mcrimee S Allah Zoic AV Ward 45376 Havana 1 140 fast 85 106 2 1 1 1 31 21 B Kopmn 7 Solid Rock Circulate Harlock 453 Havana 1 l40fast 2 103 2 1 1 1 1 I3 B Kopmn S DUuff JIIealey NSIileybright 43291 Havana 1 l39ifast 2 109 1 1 1 1 1SISTER 2s 23 B Kopmn 7 Zoie Lariat First Pullet SISTER SUSIE b m 7 112 112Trainer By Galveston Sweot lavender by Goldfinch Trainer L Brown Owner G C Mizcll 4C 24 Ha in a 51 f 1 OGfast 2 107 2 72 73 J Carmody 8 John Jr Key Slar Helen Atkin 4P258 Ha ma 34 l13fast 3 114 2 2 53l A Collins S Premium ItamlStars G Chance 4G12G Ha ma 34 l12fast 21 9S 4 3 1 F Lux 8 AValter Slack Blondel ISrizz ISrizz3k 4G079 Ha ma 51 f 1 07fast 85 112 1 3k S21 R McCrnn 8 ItiindStars Betterton PJdGrison 4G009 Ha ana 34 l132sfast 21 101 7 G2 31 F Chvetta S Plondel Yorkville Premium 45786 Havana 34 113 fast 45 108 1 11 1i J Carmody S Avion Dimitri First Pullet Pullet3l 45502 Havana 34 l12 fast 1 107 1 1 3l 3s J Carmody S Circulate Deckhand Gold Stono POMERENE br g 4 106 106Trainer By Jim Gaffney Serene by Dick Finnell Trainer E Glass Owner S T Baxter i9 Havana l l12tfcfast 5 ICC 2 2 2l J Carmody 7 John Jr Pierrot Harlock IS Havana 4 1 13f ast 4 101 1 1Jl G 4J J Carmody 7 Key Slar Koran High Gear JG110 Havana Jl l13Mfaat S 109 7 5t 0 = 2 H Garner 9 Trophy Dimitri Presumption 4C079 Havana 51 f l07vfast 7 106 3 51 H Garner 8 ISandStars Hetterton EdGrison 43872 Havana 34 l16hvy 95 103 3 I6 I3 J Carmody 5 F Pullet GStone DouThomaa 45S30 Havana 31 l12Jifast 2 109 3 31 In J Carmodyl2 Himiltrude J Healcy Railbird 43710 Havana 34 l13fgood 3 102 2 42 31 J Carmody 9 Dimitri First Pullet Avion 45011 Havana El f lOSslow S 102 1 3 4 31 21 A Tryon 7 Ncpe Unwise Child Herder rrAl Havana 1 l40fast 3i 103 2 1 1 1 1SKEER 12 G J F Lux S TheTlker SIericorde Putared SKEER FACE b g 7 108 108Trainer By Hippodromc Flceing Venus by Kantaka Kantakarnk Trainer W C AVcant Owner W C AVcant lisi Havana 1 140 fast 2 Ki7 2 rnk F AVilsoii 7 High Gear Pyrne Thorn Itloom 40262 Havana 34 li li5ifast = 5ifast 4 105 I 2 2 F Cliiavta iirreney Knliv Plondel 46162 Havana 1 116 l4iifast 1 31 3J F Chiavta 7 FEmhry DLadr NSIileylirht NSIileylirhtl 46094 Iavana 1 I40rv5fast 4 l k ink p Chiavta 7 Kegreso AVoodthrush UighGear 4CO0 Havana 51 f lC6J5fast C 1 T 2 3 3 33 433 F Chiavta S Koran Neiie Dainty Lady LadyC 4 3SC5 Havana 51 f l05fast 10 109 4 4 4 445G61 C 54i AV Gargan 7 Peasant Plondel Currency 45G61 Havana 34 l12fast 5 101 3 5 5 5451G9 6 5i 1 Kcderis I Poacher Currency Surplice 451G9 Havana 34 lllfast 2 103 2 4 4 4ARTHUR 42 C31 F Chiavta Surplice Marse Jdlm Nolawn NolawnBy ARTHUR MIDDLETON ch g 7 109 By Disguise Lardella by Lackford Formerly Dr Moore MooreTrainer Trainer J Umensetter Owner AV WooCard WooCard1C2S1 1C2S1 Havana 31 111 Vsfust S5 103J 5 I 2 I1 13 F Cliiavta 8 Tim I Hogan Rora Maiiokin 46139 Havana 31113 fast 1 109 3 4 4 44G11S 3 663 F Cliiavta 10 Harlock Delancey Kilkenny 4G11S Havana 51 f l ftst 3i 110 7 77 774C031 61 5 3 F Chiavta 7 Encore John Jr GoldenChauce GoldenChauceS 4C031 Havana ImSOy 143 fast C SS 3 1 1 5 545SCG S S29 P Long 8 Hill Hunley Dione Dimitri Dimitri4s 45SCG Havana S4 l12fast 4 103 4 34 3415CG3 4s Sl 1 Long 7 lietterton John Jr Tarascon 15CG3 Havana 34 113 fast 4 97 1 2 2 2 1J P Long 7 Yorkville Helen Atkiu Ap Jack Fourth Race [4th Havana] FOURTH RACE 1 Mile 3yearolds ard upward Claiming March 23 1919 138 5 105 MUD SILL b g 12 114 114Trainer By Captain Sigsbec Wyola by Wawekus Trainer J S Allen Owner R L Tibanear I Sr239 Havana Im20y lit fast 112 9 9 9 71 G5i T Murray 9 Drusllla Sunningdale GuidePost 4G142 Havana 1 141 fast 8 1 VJ 9 9 9 S4 8 A Tryon 9 El Coronel Royalty AVildThymo 46123 Havana 1 116 l47 fast 5 10S 1 7 5 5 41 4 F Chiavtall Duke of Shelby Uoyalty Cork 4G03 Haviina 1 11G 1 47 fast 3i 109 3444 3l 3J1 E Barnes 10 War Tax Royalty Sunningdule 4C93G Havana Im50y l44Jifast 8 114 7 7 7 G 5s 55 J Conway 7 lialadin Ralph S Slildred 45S53 Havana lm0y l444Sfast 4 113 2 G G G 4 43 J Conway 7 ChsoniicttcII OSIaid Itockarco Itockarco455SO 455SO Havana ImSOy l43Mrast 10 113 7 S 8 S 8 7 i A Collins 8 Littlccote PrcttyBaby SI Sweep SweepLACKROSE LACKROSE b g 12 114 By Lackford Sararose by St George GeorgeTrainer Trainer J C Boggess Owner J 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45S75 Havana 1 150 hvy 35 111 a G 6 4 4 410 J Kederis 0 Parable Zinnia Litholiok 21 111 S 7 7 GS 53 J Kederte S Iittlccote 1rettyBnby M Sweep 45110 Havana 7 7 8 71 4 J J MclntyrclO Lariat Lackrose Miss Ivan General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY London department store busincSR may piss into the control jut a few big interests if present tend ¬ encies are maintained says the American Chamber of Commerce in London Bift stores are reaching out and purchasing other big Stores but it U pro ¬ posed to maintain them as separately managed competing units Harrows are purchasing Swan Kdgnr in Piccadilly Circus having already absorbed Dickins t Jones in Itegent street Ilarrods are already firmly Intrenched in South America where a big enterprise beiiring their nune in Buenos Aires has ju st absorbed another hirse depart ¬ ment store in that city John Barker of Ken ¬ sington has buiigiit up Pontings and Messrs perry Toms Selfridgcs the fiimoiis American store bearing tln iiMine of its owner originally a ChiciiKOiin is another fictor in his iiKivement Tin value of advertising as a selling force is bejn realized in Britain nnil another feature of the de ¬ partment store tni le is the amount of mail order business done with the provincial towns and even with the British colonies coloniesFinal Final efforts to avert a strike of gashouse work ¬ ers wore begun yostcrdny through the Illinois Pub ¬ lic Utilities Commission which has been asked to Increase the cost of gis so as to eniible the com ¬ pany to meet the workers demands for higher wages If the commission turns a denf ear to the appeals of the company the union leaders said the gasheuse men will strike leaving the city without gas A walkout was prevented by a series of hurried conferences and telephone appeals to the public utility commissioners lt Springfield After twelve hours of meetings behind barred doors Samuel lusnll president of the Peoples Gas Light and Coke Company and Thomas C Campbell head of the gashouse workers union announced the strike had been temporarily averted and that the men would stay at work for a week pending ac ¬ tion of the commissioners commissionersAllied Allied troops have occupied Constantinople and the great guns of the British dreadnought Benbow and other giant allied warships moored to quays or anchored in the Golden Horn command both sides of the Bosporus Kvory ship is cleared for action The actual arrival of allied forces caused little alarm nor were there any signs of panic except in Ktamhoiil Shopkeepers near the war office there closed their places of business when it Was heard the allies were coming but the troops inspired confidence and the stores were soon reopened All the allied powers participated in the movement being under orders from the Irilisli oommandiTin chlef the Italian contingent including detachments having Moslems on their rosters Four thousand bluejackets and marines were landed by British warship warshipBorne Borne is to have a large amusement enterprise somewhat on the lines of Luna Park at Coney Island An immense piece of waste land is to be made into a great park with two theaters one covered and one uncovered each capable of con ¬ taining IOOfl persons and having enormous stages All kinds if theatrical and variety entertainments moving picture shows operettas cinemas circuses and boxing and athletic exhibitions will be given in them and there will be halls for concerts and skating restaurants tea rooms and all kinds of open air amusements It is to be called the Paiiola from the district in which it is situated Cavalicre Filotco Alherini a moving picture pioneer started the iinderttikng iinderttikngDr Dr Wolfgang Kapp the new German chan ¬ cellor and Gen Luettwitz his military lieutenant have decided to retire from the direction of Ger ¬ man governmental affairs unconditionally accord ¬ ing to a dispatch received at Paris from Frankfort moling advices to the Gazette of that city It is said this decision was reached after negotiations with independent socialists led by Dr Colin in which the latter had threatened to attack tlir new government forces with armed workmen A AVolff bureau dispatch frtuu Berlin states Col Bauer confidential adviser of Gen Ludemlorff has boon assassinated The general strike is effective over nearly all of Germany GermanyA A mob has stormed French headquarters at Bonn and pillaged stores and private houses says a Berlin dispatch to Paris The disorder began with an attack on a French military automobile truck the driver and several French officers narrowly escap ¬ ing being lynched Police officers were obliged to fire upon the mob Fiftynine persons have been killed and upward of a hundred wounded in disorders at Treves in the American one of Occu ¬ pation southwest of Coblenz according to advices received in Paris Ucvlxcd figures of the casualties in the fighting at Dresden are said to show that more than 100 were killed and 0l wounded woundedGross Gross earnings of the Chicago Surface Lines for the twelve months ending January II 1920 were i iSU an increase of 9 25 10 over the record of the previous year Operating expenses for the same period were 2 1 01 lsri an increase of S722077 The south side lines earned 721 per cent on their capital stock after all previous ex ¬ penses were met and on the strength of this have increased their dividends from per cent per year to The citys per cent of the net earnings of those lines comes to 14Sr 88 88The The people of Argentina like to take a chance on a betting proposition This is shown by the fact that last year they bet altogether 17 iUOOOOI on horse races in lottery tickets roulette resorts or other means of gambling says La IJazou Argen ¬ tinas uopnlatioii is about s000000 o that the average gambling by each person was 22 a year Li Itazoii gives these figures in urging that all gambling should be under government supervision and that the proceeds should be placed for public benefit benefitChicaco Chicaco bricklayers and masons are to receive l2T ail hour on and after May 1 according to a contract signed by contractors and workers repre ¬ sentatives on Tuesday and celebrated by the union yesterday Tilelaycrs will receive 1271 ait hour The old scale was l and 102 with bonuses run ¬ ning as high as 2 i cents an hour None of the par ¬ ties to the new agreement would discuss the set ¬ tlement Special meetings of the union were held to inform the members of the increase increaseThe The magnificent conservatory at Chatsworth the Duke of Devonshires residence which served Sir Joseph Paxtou as a model when he designed the Crystal Palace is to be demolished The conser ¬ vatory which was built about seventy years ago and was rebuilt twentyfive years ago is sixty five feet high and contains tiOOO square feet of glass and seven miles of piping Shortage of coal is stated to be the reason for its demolition English Stake Dates For 1920 ENGLISH STAKE DATES FOR 1920 Lincolnshire Handicap AAednesday March 21 Liverpool Grand National Friday March 2 Queens Prize Kempton Par Monday April 5 Lancashire Handicap Steeplechase Monday MondayGreat April 5 Great Metropolitan Stakes Tuesday April 20 City and Suburban AAednesday April 2L Two Thousand Guineas AAednesday April 28 OIK Thousand Guineas Friday April 30 Chester Cup AVednesday May 5 Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap Saturday SaturdayManchester May S Manchester Cup Friday May 28 The Derby AVednesday June The Oaks Friday June Uoyal Hunt Cup AAeduesday June 1C Liverpool Cup Friday July S towards Cup Goodwood Tuesday July 27 Prince Kdward Handicap Saturday Scpt 4 St Leger Stakes AVednesday Sept 8 Duke of York Stakes Saturday Oct 9 i Cesarewi tch Stakes AVcdnef day Oct 13 I Cambridgeshire Stakes AVednesday Oct 27 Liverpool Autumn Cup Friday Nov 12 Derby Cup Saturday Nov 20 Manchester November Handicap Saturday Nov 27 Stake Dates For 1920 STAKE DATES FOR 1920 San Diego Business Mens Handicap Ti ¬ juana Mex March 21 21Cuban Cuban Derby Oriental Park Havana Cuba March 23 23Los Los Angeles Highweight Handicap Tijuana Mex April 4 4Dupce Dupce Handicap Tijuana Mex April IS Unique Ice Fishing Expedition UNIQUE ICE FISHING EXPEDITION Fishing is a merry sport with lots of thrills sometimes real hardships and even danger but I doubt if many lovers of the rod have had quite such an experience as that which I went through nine days one winter not so long back in ful ¬ filling an assignment to secure a number of specimen fish for an aquarium in Chicago ChicagoIt It happened that a number of specimens of lake sturgeon smallmouth Jass large catfish wall ¬ eyed pike and certain other lake denizens were much desired for the use of this aquarium Fur ¬ thermore it was decided that the ideal place to obtain the same would be a certain body of water known as fake Poygan near AVinuccoiuic AVR AVRHere Here commercial fishermen made it a practice to seine fish through the ice and of course it was from frozen waters that such specimens must be secured at that particular season of the year yearTo To assure me of the pleasant days to come a snow storm held our train hours late getting to Berlin where we were to change trains As a result we had the pleasure of spending two days there until the snow blockade of the branch to AVinwcoiine was overcome Then all we had to do was take a tenmile drive against a wind that cut to the marrow with the thermometer at 20 below zero in order to reach fake Poygnn PoygnnHere Here the interesting situations began The seine which the fishermen were using was 11000 yards in Ingth with a sixtyfoot center When I saw this I wondered how in the world they were ever going to get it under the frozen surface of the lake for the ice was fortytwo inches thick Heres the way they tackle a job like that thatThe The seine was first stacked on the ice in two piles beginning at the center It had to be laid out carefully so as to prevent tangling To the brail or end of the seine a heavy hawser is fas ¬ tened and to this a lighter line with a needle is attached This needle is not the kind through the eye of which the camel found so much difficulty in passing It is a long strip of flat board eight inches wide and half an inch thick and twelve feet long longHoles Holes an then chopped through the ice no little job in itself when you consider the thickness of the ice These holes spaced about eighteen feet apart extended away from the seine in either direction in srinicircular frm The needle is then started under the ice and pushed from hole to hole a pike pole being used for this propelling purpose Gaso ¬ line winches are utilized for hauling the seine AVhen the brail is reached the winches are shifted from time to time witli the center of the seine seinefake fake Poygan is noted for its fine collection of snags logs and tree stumps on the lake floor As a result it is a difficult proposition to land the seine when it has filled with fish A large opening was ut through the ice to land the seine through and then work began beganAVe AVe had to make five hauls before we attained success Consider that it requires an entire day to make a haul and you will realize that this was some fishing expedition Then it takes another day to mend the nets In our first four hauls the nets became entangled with the obstacles under the ice and badly torn so the fish were let out through the holes and vents made in the netting nettingIt It was the fifth haul that spelled success for me In she came with twentyfive large sturgeon seme too large to handle They measured eight and ten feet in length Then there were hundreds of small mouth bass and all sorts of small game fish ami I estimated some iiOOO coarse fish which are all the fishermen are allowed to take After the specimens for which I had permits had been selected the rest of the fish were replaced in the water I selected one fine sixfoot sturgeon twentyfive small mouth bass which ranged from three to six pounds in weight several large catfish fifteen walleyed pike four pickerel and ten eels eelsI I was on the lake for nine days After each haul we drove back t town Following the suc cosfui haul we started for AVinneconne AVe had to walk ahead of the horses most of the trip It was necessary to cut a large hole in the ice of the river to put the dummy net in to keep the fish over night nd it was also requisite that I stay up all night and watch the net so that no Indians or halfbreeds could slip up and make away with the fish fishOn On the train I carried the fish in special tanks fifteen in number On the trip I spent nights in the cold caring for the fish for they must be care ¬ fully tended to keep them alive It is absolutely necessary n a trip such as this to keep the water aerated This task was performed by dipping the water and turning it back into tin tank tankI I got ba k to Chicago without losing a fish H was certainly s mie trip the most unique fishing experience I have ever had hadIIowil IIowil you like to do the Izauk AValton stunt this warV George K Case in American Field Northern Elk Have Great King NORTHERN ELK HAVE GREAT KING The king of all the elk surviving on the North American continent is believed to be the leader of a herd of SOlio animals on the Biding Mountain re ¬ serve in western Manitoba ManitobaThis This magnificent specimen of a dying race was reported by woodsmen sent out recently by the Manitoba government to take a census of the herd After a closeup view of the noble beast they esti ¬ mated the spread of its main antlers at eighty inches believed to be the greatest in the world With the prongs included they declare the eighty inches would be greatly increased The great buck ac ¬ cording to the woodsnuii is in his prime and in physical proportions stands out in the herd like a veritable monarch monarchThe The Biding Mountain herd is one of the two great herds of elk left on the continent Protected by law and carefully tended it is living sleek and fat this winter while the great American herd of o0 animals is said to be starving in the Jackson Hide country on the borders of Yellowstone Park in Wyoming Killing WyomingKilling Mountain lies west of Lake Manitoba on the Canadian National Railway and from any of its higher slopes the elk can gaze out on all sides upon some of the most highly developed farming regions of Canada So the new order trenches upon the old Hunting, Fishing And Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT Fishermen of Kliujier fake Mich claim to hold the record for large fish taken in that section this winter Frank Itichardson recently speared a carp through the ice which weighed fortynine pounds while Lyman Alennin secured a pickerel weighing twentytwo pounds Both fish were caught at Aid rich fake fakeIf If no heavy storms occur in Indiana Illinois and Missouri the coming spring during the nesting season if quail and prairie chickens and no severe rain ¬ storms occur during the first week or two after the young birds are out of the shell there should be more birds and better shooting in those states on these birds next autumn than has been experi ¬ enced for some years American Field FieldThe The remarkable case of a horsc dying from fright at the sight of an elephant is recorded at AVal sall An elephant and two camels belonging to a menagerie were passing along the road when a hauliers horse sighted the procession It imme ¬ diately shied on to the footway collapsed and died on the spot A veterinary surgeon expressed the opinion that the animal had died of fright Lon ¬ don Sportsman SportsmanIf If a man is caught afield in New Jersey with shells loaded with binishot during the closed season on small game he is liable to a fine of 500 Formerly New Jerseys deer season was open during the time it was permissible to shoot small game This has been changed and now the sea sou is closed on all small game Including rabbits before the deer season is opened The law was further amended making it punishable by a fine f 0 should any gunner be found afield luring the deer season With shotgun shells loaded with shot smaller than buckshot and likewise if lie is found hunting prior to the opening of the deer season with anything larger than No 2 shot he is subject to a like fine Page 6 THE INTERNATIONAL AUTHORITY ON AMERICAN RAGIN Circulating in the United States Cuba Philippine Islands Canada Mexico England France Germany Austria Hungary Australia India Argentina Chile Peru etc etc THIS BOOK CARRIE CARRIEindexed indexed form charts of all recognized racing in the United States Canada Cuba and Mexico has supplanted all others for the use of racing officials anc is universally used by jockey clubs throughout the world Compact accurate perfectly printed with absolutely correct index on linen paper lettered an bound in flexible leather Contains besides charts of all recognized racing 01 American tracks the American and Canadian time records scales of weight of various governing bodies and records of jockey mounts in the United States Canada and Mexico for the year yearf f The Special Attention of Students of Forn Fornis is directed to the method of indexing the charts The index shows each am every start of all horses that have raced with firsts seconds thirds and tracl conditions designated on the occasion of each and every start By means o this innovation it is possible for the user of the Form Book to instantly de ¬ termine a horses ability to run on any sort of track concerning which infor ¬ mation is desired as shown in the following example LAST SPARK ch g 5 by Martimas Flicker H A Cotton X 330971 fcSlOSSh 131252m 331453 = h e31497s 315238 31G15 131032s 331729s 331824 31S43sy 31933 h 319G5h SllSOs q320CO 320SG2 132147s P 32231 P32305 32377 32399 32419s 32815 P32S30 ° 32883 32944 333220 333270 3tri2 33435 33055 h J33S27 34032 34139s 34357 34844 HAPENNY ch g 6 by Rock Sand Half Sovereign H Lang X XC31833 31300S 131375 31432 S31470 SISSS1 h31556 315SSm S31740h fc3lS14a C31833 331934s E3197SS 331993 32072h c32094s 332123 h 32165 E32175 32213 132243 332811 332S79 33029 133130Isy C33207 33309 C33401 k3350S2s k33G70 k33G70k33822s E33778 k33822s E33928 h33908 b34105siu 34241 k34290 k34399h 3i422sB h34011h 134G31 334717 334751 334751ZODIAC ZODIAC ch g 6 by Star Shoot Lady Vincent M J Daly X X1316SS1 31079 ° 31179 31228 31309s 31350s P31410 31457 P315402 31009 1316SS1 331743h 331913 3319S2 J3202G1 320C2h J32128h 332209s 1 3 350S ± 50S 322S12 32458 32483 h P32511sy 32543 P32557 ° 33058h 332GS 33309 33309P33G12 k333SS P334C02 P33G07 P33G12 P33G772 P 33745 ° 33972 r340SOsyn 34139 s ° 34303 P3442S = sj 34541 34571 34088 034749 P348178 h for heavy m for muddy sy for sloppy for slow races not otherwise designated wer over fast or good tracks tracksThe The alphabetical ni rn lieforc eieli race iiuiiilicr shows the distance at Tvhlcli the nace liaa been run according to tlie key below j 14 and SS Mile From 1 Mile O Yards to 1 Mile 100 Yards O 1 110 Miles P 1 1S Miles Q 1 5lG 1 14 and 1 51G Miles II 1 12 Miles S 1 5S and 1 34 Miles T 2 to 3 Miles U 7 12 Furlongs 1 91 3 to 4 Miles V Annual Racing Form Formhas has been oversold for the past few years and the attention of prospective purchasers of the 1919 edition is respectfully called to the desirability of placing orders early PUBLISHED IN TWO VOLUMES Price Per Volume 10 Copies by mail must go as registered matter with an extra charge of ten cents for 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