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STAR JUMPERS THIS YEAR Best Examples Training for the Maryland Spring Campaign Duettiste The Brook and Warlock WarlockAmong Among the Cracks Expected Expectedto to Compete PALTIMOKK Md Mimli in Tim bright weather f the last two or three weeks liis enabled the tniincrs of steeplechase horses preparing for the great spring carnival of crosscountry racing tlt will bo i signal feature of tin May meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club at the 1imlico track to make striking progress The Maryland Jockey ciib will offer at least one steeplechase every day ind tljerc is now every prospect that next springs ross country racing will lie worthy of the liest traditions of the spurt in Maryland MarylandProminent Prominent among the eastern promoters of stccplochasing whose horses famous ami otherwise will fill the fields of the Pimlico jumping races in Joseph K AVidcnor of Iliiladelpliia Captain Hal Tirr of Kaltimoro Mrs 1ayne Whitney of Now York Mr anil Mrs F Ambrose Clark of Now York Captain Joseph K Davis of New York and West Virginia Major Kobort L Gerry of Now York Morton L Schwartz Samuel Koss John Lnmsdon of Ottawa tnt Kdward M Veld of Kos ton William A irime and Temple Gwfithmoy of Warrenton Va II Hosier Dulany of Washington Archibald Karklio of Philadelphia Mrs Walter M Jeffords of Glen Kiddle Pa 1 P Flannagan Jr 1 Kdwin Griffith of Kaltimoro II W Maxwell Major AY K VAitkins L M fUiUklmusoif liihi delphia Henry J Morris Timothy Donohne George P Sherman William Miller etc etcIt It seems to be the expert opinion that Mr AVidoner WIOM horses tvintorcil at Klkins Iark near 1hiladelpliia will brine to Maryland as strong a steeplcchasing outfit as will be seen all the year There arc some twentysix jumpers of va ¬ rious ages and of varying degrees of educational development in the Widener establishment at Klkins Iark They were kept in good condition through the month when the ground was covered with snow and sleet by shed exercise Mr Wideners star of course is Duetlisto the winner last fall of the Manly Memorial Steeplechase And with Duettiste in the band of steeplechasers coming this way are llondini Crest Hill Max Meadows Doublet Stone wood Skibborfen and Kwonoshoo the last named winner of the Ticket of Leave Steeplechase at Iinrcl Also two or three green ones the most promising of those being Frogtown FrogtownTHE THE GREENTREE STABLE HOPES HOPESMrs Mrs Whitneys fencers which wintered at the splendid place built by the mistress of the Green Iroe Stable at Hod Hank New Jersey under the eye of James Owens probably are as far ad ¬ vanced as are the Widener horses Among them are Dohadou the winner two years back of the Klk ridge at Pimlico Koi Craig winner of last falls renewal of the Klkridge Wyndover a highly prom ¬ ising fouryea rold that showed about as well last year as did Hoi Craig the veterans Syosset Tetan nd the fiveyearold Mvihioan The Whitney jumpers will be at Iimlico not later than the first wool of April AprilCaptain Captain Parrs jumpers among which are several of the veterans that won a dozen steeplechases at Havre de Grace and Iimlico last spring put in the old months at William Garths farm near Char lottesville Virginia They were out in the open most of the time and probably they are as fit right now as they were a year back Mr Garth will train his jumpers at Pimlico track The Virginia horseman gave up his training quarters at Kenning last fall Warlock winner of last springs renewal of the r0M Green Spring Valley Handicap a race that will be renewed again this year as Pimlicos May steeplechase feature is the most noted of the Parr jumpers He has for ¬ midable stable companions in Le Marsouin Kug house Hoyal Arch Man o the Hour and the four yearold Esquimau EsquimauThe The Prook the star of the stable of Mr Griffith and the horse Diifttisto will have to boat a time or two at equal weight this year if he is to be considered a champion wintered at Griffwood Farm in Kaltimore County The Prook is training at the Jiowio track under the eye of Harry Kites He is going soundly again and will not require a great leal of schooling to be fitted for the impending renewal of the Green Spring Valley Steeplechase Itrooks winner of the Manly Memorial of 1 17 is jit Ileiming track with four or five other fencers of less celebrity notably Melodrama and Stradl varins Mr and Mrs Clark will bring to Pimlico the veterans Hiblor Hohin Goodfellow Klysian Toppv Nix Io Cyprin Jim Dinney ami Mr Ned and these fencers probably will be better than ever before Mr Clark was busy at remount work last year and the year before He did not have Hie time last winter to devote to the development of his and his wifes jumpers that he has had this winter Mrs Jeffords one good steeplechaser rabeook wintered at Samuel I Kiddles place near Jlorlin in Worcester County Maryland and prob ¬ ably is nearer fit for a good race than any other American jumper Winter touched Marylands east ¬ ern shore rather lightly Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Henry McDaniel is going to Maryland with the Gerry horses about twelve in number within the next few days daysH H E Longthon is one of the most recent re ¬ cruits to the turf Mr Loiigthon is manager of the Federal Kubber Company of Illinois IllinoisThese These are the sort of animals that break owners and we ought to feel great satisfaction that The Panther has been exiled to the Argentine London J ondon Sportsman SportsmanIt It is likely that Mr J II Kosseters foreign engaged horses will meet some of their engagements ff in Fred Hurlews hands his young horses show promise iMiough Mr Kosseter is even rumored to jmve designs on the big Indian race the Aiceroys Cup Stain In Hanover's Pedigree: Insolvable Mystery Comes In The Real Breeding Of His Fourth Dam Ophelia, Which Also Was Dam Of The Celebrated Racer Grey Eagle Salvator STAIN IN HANOVERS PEDIGREE INSOLVABLE MYSTERY COMES IN THE REAL BREEDING BREEDINGOF OF HIS FOURTH DAM OPHELIA WHICH ALSO WAS WASDAM DAM OF THE CELEBRATED RACER GREY EAGLE Heeeiitly in Daily Kacing Form the subject Misty Old American Pedigrees was considered by Mr AT K Aosburgh in an uncommonly interesting article in which he discussed various famous American racing families concerning whose breeding there is or has been expressed more or less doubt His point of departure was the fact that many American thoroughbreds or at least horses considered thoroughbred in America are debarred from registry in the Knglish Stud Hook because of the inability to trace their pedigrees in all removes to orthodox Knglish sources sourcesKoadors Koadors of this able article who must still have it freshly in mind will recall that Mr Aosburgh took up at some length the pedigree of Hanover that mighty race horse and progenitor whose blood has been instrumental in the production of many grand racers on both sides of the Atlantic As a matter of fact there is more than one weak spot in the breeding of Hanover from the Kritish stand ¬ point with its insistence upon its own standards of what constitutes pur sang in thoroughbred blood I5ut the glaring flaw which was especially considered was Hanovers fourth dam she was also the dam of that renowned hero of ancient days Grey Kagle a mare called Ophelia by Wild Medley MedleyIn In a somewhat indirect way Mr Aosburgh chides the late Captain T 15 Merry during his lifetime so weH known as a turfite under the pen name of Hidalgo as being responsible for casting doubt upon the pedigrees of many American horses including Hanover when he states on the authority of a man named Hobert Wooding who told him that AVild Medley the sire of Ophelia Hanovers fourth dam was a myth unknown and that nobody could have recalled seeing such a horse as AVild Medley Continuing Mr Vosbtirgh gives a few particulars concerning this family but does not advance any ¬ thing which tends finally to invalidate the opinion that Captain Merry expressed in his book The American Thoroughbred that Mr Aosburgh quotes especially when we lay aside hearsay and go direct to the fountain head i o the American Stud Hook in the effort to ascertain the facts AVhen we have done so and have finished our researches wo can only feel that Captain Merry had grounds for TTis snitffCT TKv ib foiiT tnfnt Hm e Pedigrees in his book referred to I have failed to find any mention of Hubert Woodings name so I take it that he must have used him as an authority in some other portion of his work which lias escaped my attention attentionIf If we wish to obtain the best possible light on AVild Medley the place to go for it is as abovesaid the American Stud Hook compiled by the late Messrs S D K G and L C Pruce and originally published the foundation volumes in 1ST In an appendix to Vol II is given a list of Stallions from M to AVhose Dams Have No Names and in this list page we find the following entry entryWILD WILD MEDLEY gr h foaled bred and owned by Captain Saml Washington Airginia AirginiaHy Hy imported Mendoza First dam by imported Pensacola Jml dam by Lindsays Arabian 3rd dam by inported Fearnaught 4th dam by imported Arabian Hanger th dam by Old Kockingham KockinghamThis This is all As will be seen the year in which the horse was foaled is unknown and the line of dams all unnamed ends abruptly with the fifth one Let us begin with the first one the dam of AVild Medley She is given as by imported Pensacola Who and what was imported Pensacola a name that sounds strangely to the student of racing pedigrees You will not find him in the list of imported English stallions for he did not come from England Hut in Vol I of the Stud Hook on page 151 is given a brief list of Imported Spanish Horses which contains the following entry entryPKNSACOLA PKNSACOLA Nothing is known of this horse except that he was a tolerably good foal getter getterThat That is all And right here at the outset we encounter a cross that cannot under any consideration be termed thoroughbred Moving on we come to the second dam given as a mare by Lindsays Arabian This horse is recorded by Itruco on page of Aol I where a somewhat detailed history of his origin and career is given It is highly traditional and embellished by incidents to modern cars incredible He was not an Arabian but a Iarb presented to an Kiglish officer it is claimed by the Sultan of Morocco was shipped to one of the AVest Indies by mistake there landed and by accident broke three of his legs whereupon he was given away by his owner to an American engaged in mari ¬ time trade between the islands and New Kngland This Yankee got the horse on board his own vessel secured him in slings and carefully set and bound up his broken legs Thereafter he duly voyaged to Connecticut and landed there in 17ii then four years of age After making numerous seasons in Xew Kngland he was sold in 1778 to Virginia where he spent the rest of his life The drte of his death is unknown unknownNUMEROUS NUMEROUS COMPLICATIONS MORE TO CONSIDER CONSIDERThe The reader is at liberty to believe what he wishes of this romantic narrative and to imagine as host he can how a horse with three broken legs was over gotten aboard a small sailing craft with the primitive appliances available in one of the West India Islands in 17 iii and afterward nursed back to serviceable soundness and eventual long life Kven nowadays with all modern improvements veterinarians as a rule make no effort to save a horse that breaks two legs considering it vain Personally I have asked a host of horsemen and surgeons whether it would be possible to save one that had broken three and 1 have never as yet found one that did not scout the idea In Aol I Iof of the old American Turf Hegister you will find the w Irons story of Lindsays Arabian told at atstill still greater length by a correspondent signing himself simply F with the date of September 10 1SH7 F apparently hears in advance the voices of doubting Thomases for while he states that he had himself examined the horse and both saw and felt the irregularities on the three legs caused by their broken bones he concludes as follows Make what use yon please of this statement 1 will stand corrected in my narrative by any person who can produce better testimony respecting Lindsays Arabian ArabianHaving Having examined Pensacola and Lindsays Arabian let us go on to AVild Medleys third dam She is given as by imported Fearnaught Here we encounter some firm ground This was a veritable Knglish thoroughbred by Hegulns Silvertail by AVhitenose duly registered in the English Stud Hook Vol L p 178 He was foaled in 17r imported in 17 H into Airginia and died there in 1770 1770Now Now for the fourth dam by imported Arabian Kanger And here we receive a distinct shock For imported Arabian Kanger is one and the same horse with Lindsays Arabian above described He was called Hanger while owned in Connecticut but after being taken to Airginia his name was changed to the more aristocraticallysounding Lindsays Arabian AVe therefore have this strange knot to mravel Namely that if the pedigree of AVild Medley is correct Lindsays Arabian the sire of his second dam got that mare from another one whose grandam was by himself Of course this is no stranger than the story of his three broken legs and we may say that almost nothing was impossible to so wonderful a horse which indeed seems to be as marvelous in his performances as Pegasus Hucepha lus or any of the equine heroes of classic myth mythHut Hut let us pass on to the final fifth dam described ns a mare by Old Hockingham This horse Old Kockingham is another bona fide one but his breeding is very hazy He is said to have been by Morotons imported Traveller out of Hlossom an imported mare by Old Sloe but neither Traveller nor Hlossom can be found in the Knglish Stud Hook Hruce says of Traveller Various conjectures have arisen respecting the true pedigree of this horse All that we can say is that nobody knows or ever can know knowCareful Careful analysis cannot but reveal the fact that this alleged pedigree of AVild Medleys is an impossible one The dates of foaling of many of the animals figuring in it are not known but with those which are we have sufficient data to relegate it to the realm of fiction Hut then it was always considered fiction by sober students Previous to the publication of Hruces American Stud Hook in 1873 which has remained our standard and present authority the late John H AVallace afterward so celebrated as an authority on trotting pedigrees issued Aol I of his Wallaces American Stud Hook This was in 1807 And as the venture failed to pay out financially no subsequent volume was attempted Here we Continued on second page STAIN IN HANOVERS PEDIGREE Continued from first page llnd the following entry on page 41t the numbers are those which Wallace iu this work atlixcd to the names of stallions 2701 WILD MEDLEY foaled IS got by Mendoza IJKSS dam by Pensacola 1SI2 g d by Lind ¬ says Arabian J31KJ by imp Feinnaught SS8 with a cross of Rockingham and Lindsays Arabian This horse has been the subject of much controversy and the above appears to be the most authentic and satisfactory account of his paternity Stood several years in the west westThus Thus Wallace who used as the foundation of his Stud Book the older works of Skinner and Edgar the pioneer American pedigree compilers Manifestly we have in Wallaces version what may be termed the unedited one taken direct from the old records while iu Bruces we have the edited OIK there are by the way a great many others of this class iu Brnces work Tlie alleged sire of Wild Medley Menddza is given by Bruce as imported Mendoza a lion foaled in 17SS and bred in England by Mr Broadhnrst whereas the Mendoza given the number l 8 by Wallace and assigned as the sire was an Americanbred horse foaled 17t got by Boxer sou of imported Medley To further con ¬ fuse tilings Mr Vosbiirgh in his article refers to Wild Medley as being a son of imported Mendoza also called Boxer That imported Mendoza was ever called Boxer is rather doubtful and the fact that there was a native Mendoza that was by Boxer points to the fact that the imported was edited into the Wild Medley pedigree at the same time when the cross of Rockingham and Lindsays Arabian blood was edited to read 1th dam by imported Arabian Ranger iith dam by Old Rockingham There is no word in Bruce to show when imported Mendoza was imported by whom or where he stood in this country AVallace however says of him When or by whom imported is not known occurs in Mississippi and Louisiana pedigrees pedigreesIt It is all a mass of contradictions from start to finish And the contradictions have been going on for nearly a century Grey Eagle the son of Ophelia by Wild Medley whose name will never die so long as thoroughbreds survive in America was foaled iu lSi and ran his great races against AVagncr in 1S3I lie was a faster horses than AVagner but could not stay with him At that time his pedigree was the subject of acrimonious discussion and his critics claimed that his cold blood was one of the factors in his defeat We may acquit Captain Merry of anything original when he wrote in bis book that the pedigree of Grey Eagle was always considered spurious on account of the AVild Medley cross For that claim was first made when Hidalgo was I suspect either as yet tinhorn or at his mothers breast I have at one time and another made many attempts to verify important American pedigrees of the elder days of our thoroughbred history Anybody who has ever dabbled in this branch of turf lore knows its fascination once you get interested it is all up with you and yon cannot let go It is a simple fact that the foundation volumes of the American Stud Book are honeycombed with apocryphal mythical and absolutely impossible pedigrees As Mr Aosbnrgh has himself pointed out there is excuse for this Breeding and racing went on for generations before we had a real Stud Pook during that time the wars of the Revolution and the Rebellion caused chaos and many invaluable private and public records were lost In this manner a host of genealogies disappeared so far as authentic proof of them was concerned This is much to be lamented even at this date when those times seem so far distant as almost to be prehistoric That many short pedigreed horses were truly thoroughbred as Mr Aosburgh argues we may accept as certain that opinion is both rational and probable But at the same time that the pedigree fakers were legion and that they invented revised edited and improved a host of pedigrees many of them important ones cannot be doubted doubtedAVhat AVhat is more the same thing is true of the foundation pedigrees of the English Stud Book From time to time some iconoclast arises to mention this but he is always frowned upon either for idealistic or materialistic reasons The idealists like to believe that the modern British thoroughbred is a pure ¬ bred descendant of the Oriental Arab and Barb while the materialists would like to have this believed for very palpable motives As a matter of fact such a contention is preposterous and must be so ad ¬ mitted by all who have taken pains to investigate the subject subjectAll All tliesv things however in no way affect the value or the merits of the American and British thoroughbreds of today except in so far as the action of the English Jockey Club lias been a detri ¬ ment to some breeders It was an arbitrary action and in many ways both unnecessary and invidious But this need not cause any great heartburning on this side of the water American horses American owners and trainers and jockeys are really out of their element in England where they may be suffered in all affect the issue that there is no but are never really welcomed But that will never probability other place on earth where they so long to make themselves felt Herron Qualifies Nobly: Runs a Fast Mile in Preparation for the Derby.; Now Considered a Dangerous Candidate for the Big Race of March 28. HERRON QUALIFIES NOBLY Runs a Fast Mile in Preparation for the Derby Now Considered a Dangerous DangerousCandidate Candidate for the Big BigRace Race of March 28 HAVANA Cuba March in The Preliminary Derby which offered the main attraction at Ori ¬ ental Park this afternoon proved a strong drawing card and brought together four of the eligibles for the Cuban Derby The fact that Herrou was among the starters lent added interest to the race Ilerron was ridden by II Garner who will have the mount on the colt in the big race of the closing day of the meeting In todays race he carried 105 pounds He was saved until in the last quarter where he was jiiiiuil by Mile Dazie Tlie pair fought it out closely all through the homestretch Ilerron beating the filly by a head Ilerron came a bit wide when entering the homestretch while Mile Dazie squeezed through next to the inside rail The mile was run in 138I 138IF F J Kearns owner of a small racing stable here has departed for the Powie track trackA A 1 Worley has also left for the same place taking with him the horses Pan Handle Disturb ¬ ance and Hoseland HoselandJockey Jockey Carmody left today for his home in Jamaica N Y Jockeys Kederis ami Anderson have departed for Lexington Ky KyArthur Arthur Middlcton and Pomorcno have both boon added to the schooling list Max Silvers employer ill the office of flic racing secretary was taken to a local hospital suffer ¬ ing from ptomaine poisoning poisoningDuring During his visit here last week Harry Payne Whitney offered a large amount of money for the contract on jockey J Carmody but did not secure the boy boyW W C AVoaut has been lined 100 for making a remark subsequent to the running of the Grand National Handicap in which his horse lolite was second which might have been construed as re ¬ flecting on the integrity of the judges Mr AVeant apologized for his conduct stating that what he said was uttered in a moment of heat and that he had every conlidence in the judges He was warned that a repetition of the offense would cause refusal of his entries entriesThe The following horses have been listed with Judge Lyles the last sale of the season to be held Sat ¬ urday liars and Stars Dick Williams Tranby Sister Susie Manganese Whizz Encore Koekarco and Grasmere GrasmereOn On account of the program for hext Monday Hoosevelt Day the first item will be called at two oclock sharp sharpThe The management has been endeavoring to secure Cuba owned horses exclusively for a race in which ollicers will have mounts mountsSureget Sureget Mayor House Small Stone and Sayeth huve been added to the schooling list Racing Gossip From New York RACING GOSSIP FROM NEW YORK NKW YOHIC tl i Karlocker is back at his desk again after a trip to Florida feeling in better condition than he has felt in years Mrs Louise Aiau lias made fortythree entries in the twoyearold stakes to be run at Saratoga SaratogaJockey Jockey Knmmer will possibly ride s une of the horses for Commander J K L Koss the Canadian owner having procured second oall on his services At present Kuminer is under contract to Mrs Aiau Should she decide to sell her racing stock the first call on Knmmor will also be for sale This how ¬ ever is not probable according to well authenti ¬ cated reports combined with her instructions to Sandy McNanghton who has charge of the horses horsesWinter Winter weather has again broken out in this sec ¬ tion which may further interfere With the prepara ¬ tion of horses for the spring campaign campaignSecretary Secretary Edwards of the Jamaica track of the Metropolitan Club says the entries for this years fixtures have exceeded those of last year by about twenty per cent Gravesend Track For Residences GRAVESEND TRACK FOR RESIDENCES NKW YOHK N A March 19 The famous old Gravosond race track is a thing of the past An ¬ nouncement was made yesterday that the Prooklyn Jockey Club has sold the property of Wood Har ¬ mon Co real estate developers for 7iOOO The property at Ocean Parkway Kings Highway and Gravesend avenue consisted of about ninety acres which will be cut up into building lots lotsThe The sale of the Gravesend race track marks fhe last of the three big tracks that have gone out of existence in Kings County since the passage of the HartAgnew law during Governor Hughes administration in 1JOS The Hrighton Heach prop ¬ erty has boon turned into a bungalow colony ami the old Sheopshead Hay track was converted into the speedway that is now being demolished demolishedThe The Hrooklyn Jockey Club course was opened thirtyfive years ago with Philip and Michael Dwyer as the principal stockholders Others holding stock included James Shevlin James Hyde Kobert Furey Fred Kehberger and Charles Cooper Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES II M O Chicago 111 A furlong is an eighth of a mile equal to L10 yards yardsF F 15 Chicago 111 Opportunitys average in the race inquired about was to SI Opening 8 to 5 high to 1 closing 3 to L J K C Port Huron Mich Maize was scratched from 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Golden Fleece which seems just good enough to be beaten in iirst class races both on the flat and over obstacles He is again backing him to win the Lincolnshire to be run next Wednesday and has offered to back Golden Fleece against Pocthlyn iu a series of three matches on the flat over hurdles and over a steeplechase course courseIt It was a great pity a lunatic brought Tracery down in the Ascot Cup for there might have been a grand finish between him and Prince Palatine Two jockers Saxby and Whalley chiefly con ¬ cerned in the race have discussed the incident on more than one occasion Each is equally certain that he would have won had no accident occurred and as the matter can never lie proved we must leave it at that Newmarket Correspondent of Sportsman SportsmanDespite Despite Poethlyus prowess he has won his last twelve jumping races in succession there is in ¬ tense betting about the Grand National Steeplechase to be run at Aintree next Friday Poethlyn is about 31 to 1 Lutteur III 4 to 1 and Troytown T to 1 Hie latter is being heavily hacked by Irishmen and Liltleur by French fanciers George Parfremeiit tlio crack French obstacle jockey will ride Lnltenr as he did in Iltlt when he won An outsider with a good chance is Tallytns a safe bold jumper which is bejiig well bucked and whose style seems suited 0 the stiff Grand National course Ross Stable's Equipment Of Riders: E. Sande to Be Its Principal Jockey, With T. Nolan, J. Wossler and L. Veitch to Help. ROSS STABLES EQUIPMENT OF RIDERS RIDERSE E Sande to Be Its Principal Jockey With T Nolan J Vvessler and L Veitch to Help HelpHAVKE HAVKE DE GRACE Md March 1 The four jockeys that will come to Havre de Grace track in the first week of April with the fortyodd thoroughbreds of various ages and kinds that will prepare here for racing in the east in Canada and in Kentucky under the silks of Commander J K L Koss of Montreal are E Sande T Nolan J AVesslur and master Leo Veitch These lads are all at the Boss Farms in Howard county Mary ¬ land helping II G Bedwell get the Koss thorough ¬ breds ready by shed exercise for real training in the open and they are already in condition for riding Sande will be the star rider of the stable and Sandes conduct over winter might well Have been emulated by every other jockey iu the Inited States Saude has not missed a day lie lives at the Ross Farms exercises his own division of the string and never goes to town without permission Nolan whose work last year indicated that he was as promising a jockey en twoyearolds as could be found seems to be quite as industrious as Sande Nolan who is a natural horseman has the honor of taking care of Sir Barton which is a stallion of some stubbornness He will do milch of the twoyearold riding of the outfit AVessler prob abalv will do most of his riding in Canada although neither Commander Koss who has put in much of the winter at the Koss Farms not trainer Bedwel is certain vet just what horse other than a string of Canadian bred two and threeyearolds reared at the Ross farm near Quebec will race under the orange and black on the northern circuit circuitLeo Leo Veitch is a sixteenyearold son of Silas Aeitch for years a more or less famous jockey and trainer of steeplechase horses who will begin his career as a jockey this year Little Veitch is quick and intelligent a good judge of pace on the exercise track and a lad of considerable address Both Bedwell and Frank llackett the business man of the Koss stable are willing to stake their reputations as judges on the prediction that little Veitch will have made his mark before the racing of PI20 is over Argentine Average Sale Prices ARGENTINE AVERAGE SALE PRICES again much The tlioroiigniireu inmisirv is alive in the Argentine As with other countries prices slumped somewhat during the war but at the annual twovearobl sales at the end ot last year the average Wiis higher than on any previous occa ¬ sion except IJll In the London Sportsman the following comparison of prices in pesos was given for the last sixteen years yearsAmount Amount Average AverageYear Year No Sold Pesos Pesos 7r 0 44S 221110 i22S 191 rlS 4171 SO2 SO2At At the prewar rate of exchange a peso was worth about 41 cents and that would mean an average of for each if the IS twoyearolds Going on the old value f the peso eleven colts by Your Majesty average 1 about 112111 and twelve fillies bv the same s e C01t at the last sales The highestpriced lt named Herman Gros brother to Bruce I we brought 200l He is a son of Enorgica a Cyllene mare Ten Cylleiie colts averaged 110 Havre De Grace's Program Of Stakes HAVRE DE GRACES PROGRAM OF STAKES Attention of owners is directed to the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Associations advertise ¬ ment of stake races to close for entries Saturday April 24 There are but four of them but each has the liberal endowment of 3000 in added inionev which makes them more valuable than most of the New York stake races and therefore races of real importance Two are for threeyearolds and over one for threeyearolds and one for two yearolds The Chesapeake Stakes for threeyear olds at a mile and seventy yards is invested with especially interesting possibilities and should re ¬ veal the racing form of a number of the supposed stars of 1S 2 of that age Altogether these races foi heavy patronate and are sure to make Ijjood tcall returns to the owners fortunate to win them Wingfield Stable To Start East: The Band Is Made Up of Twelve Youngsters of Tried Quality. WINGFIELD STABLE TO START EAST The Band Is Made Up of Twelve Youngsters of Tried Quality QualitySAX SAX FRANCISCO Cat March P Twelve horses ten of them twoyearolds the threeyear old AVaterwood by Honeywotid Shasta AVater and the sixyearold Plucky Chap J y Golden Rod Mare by Ninglass Orphery will be shipped to Havre de Grace within a week from the State Fair Grounds Sacramento making up the racing string of George Wingfield the Nevada breeder and owner ownerNine Nine of the twoyearolds are by Honeywood by Polymeliis Honey Bird by Friars Balsam and the tenth is bv Deiitschland from the imported mare Polistena by Polymeliis Mr AVingfield decided there were no culls in the lot on seeing them work on bis return from the east and directed trainer AY S Heath to prepare them all for ship ¬ ment They were shipped to Sacramento last fall from the owners Nevada Stock Farm at Reno Most of the youngsters have shown quarters in better than twentyfour seconds on u track that is by no means fast fastOf Of the nine twoyearold Honey woods seven are fillies and two colts Cahalan a bay colt from the Trappean mare Alice Carey and the brown filly Pees Nest from Busy Bee by First Tenor are big youngsters each being sixteen hands high and still growing The others are of the usual Honey wood type long and low and compactly put to ¬ gether AVaterwood is a little fellow which won a stake at Reno last fall Plucky Chap was raced last year in the Hawaiian Islands being the best the island owners sent out outEighteen Eighteen yearlings ten fillies and eight wilts which were kept at Sacramento in the winter will be shipped to Reno when the older horses arc shipped to Maryland There are twelve foals at Nevada Stock Farm some by Atheling by Des ¬ mond Wood Daisy by Cyllene and some by Honey wood How The Great Musket Was Saved HOW THE GREAT MUSKET WAS SAVED SAVEDThe The Australian turf owes much to the old English trainer Tom Dawson who was the means of ofsaving saving that peerless sire Musket from being killed when he was considered of no account as a twoyearold Iord Glasgow at whoe stud Musket was foaled used to have periodical battues whereat wholesale execution was done on the useless and unpromising members of his stud After Lord Glasgows death the stud was left to General Peel and Mr Payne without option of sale and a condition of the will necessitated a continuance of these executions Among the victims led out into the yard one day fur slaughter was a brown colt by Toxophilite which was judged on his early trials to be hopelessly slow Tom Dawson thought there was promise in the colt and interceded Happily Mr Payne was one of those to whom yes came easier than no He gave way somewhat grudgingly it is said and Musket was saved savedAs As a threeyearold Musket was good enough to win the Ascot Stakes under 124 pounds hut the field was not of much class and undoubtedly his reputa ¬ tion as a race horse rested on his performance that autumn in the Shrewsbury Cup a twomile race then of considerable importance He beat at even weights the fouryearold Cardinal York just fresh from a Cesarewitch victory with 1015 pounds up The Cardinal could go fast is well as stay as was shown by his second in the Cambridgeshire Musket supple ¬ mented this by a victory next year in the Alexandra Plate AAhcn the conditions of Lord Glasgows will expired Musket was sold for 00 and thus Australia through the indirect influence of Tom Dawson hecn me the fortunate possessor of a stallion which founded the greatest line of stayers iu our history Excellence Of Tracery's Breeding EXCELLENCE OF TRACERYS BREEDING Tracery is one of the best horses we have seen during this century though he was not one of the most fortunate and being by Rock Sand Topiary by Orme he combines the Stockwell horses St Albans and Doncaster through the best male line of each It is immensely in Tracerys favor that his grauddam was Plaisanterie for this introduces a strong infusion of fresh blood the merit of which was long since proved by Childwick and his son Aquascntuni sire of By Jingo Amid the various disputes about Tracerys sou The Panther no om Will deny that he would be thankful to breed another such individual and it is well to remember that Bruce I Iodgo odgo by Tracery has more than an outside chance for this years Derby AY Allison ill London Sportsman Jumping Blood In Certain Families: Horses of Number One Family Seem Especially Gifted with Ability to Jump. JUMPING BLOOD IN CERTAIN FAMILIES Horses of Number One Family Seem Especially Gifted with Ability to Jump It seems that Lord Roseberys branch of No 1 blood through Illiimiimta and Serpentine liis i special aptitude for jumping and that inbreeding to No 1 tends to improve tin stock for this special point of view Wrack afforded a fine ex ¬ ample of this scheme some ycarsago and it was not until he was put to hurdle jumping that his true merit was discovered Ilo is now a successful sire In the Tnited States Bred on similar lines is Vertigo which Avon the Headley Juvenile Hurdle race at Derby last Saturday iu a large field He ran in blinkers lint now that he has found it so simple a matter to run straight and defeat his opponents he can probably dispense with the blink ers and repeat his performance without any nervous irregularity These highlybred horses are apt to be nervy but nerve force properly directed is also apt to ha allconnering s Vertigo is by Swyn furd he starts with an advantage over Wrack which is by Robert le Diable Itoth these are No 1 sires but it will not be disputed that Swynford is a superior individual to Kobert le Diable and also a in oru successful stallion It is a little strange that while Swynford and his brother Harry of Hereford are in nch demand as fashionable stal ¬ lions and justly so their sire John oGaunt is neglected This should not be for John got Kenuy more and Torchlight also in his early days at the stud and he certainly ought not to be forgotten now He will probably profit by his change to Sheffieldlane Paddocks for he had a good many years at Million and nearly all horses deteriorate under such conditions It lias often been pointed out how a continuous stay at Eaton damaged both Bend Or and Orme so that after the first two or three years their stock began to fall off Hend Or certainly did something by the way of an exception to prove this rule when he sired Kadinm iu his old age but Onne in his later days never gave us any approach to such stock as Flying Fox and Orby There were several brothers to Flying Fox but none of them of much use with the exception of Flying Lemur and he was not a patch on his big brother brotherA A WONDERFUL PEDIGREE PEDIGREEIy Iy the way I am assured by a firstclass au ¬ thority that I was mistaken in faulting Harry of Herefords joints as the result of a somewhat cursory look at him iu his box during the spring of this year As I wrote at the same time the tines lion is of no great moment for the horses stock are undeniably clean and sound and with scarcely an exception have shown winning form I call to mind now that when the horse was in training I myself several times wrote that he looked to be an easier subject for his trainer to deal with than Swynford had been for he was nothing like so heavy and his joints were not so fleshy I be ¬ lieve this opinion was quite correct so far as it went but it seems Harry of Hereford was rather badly amiss early on in his racing career and Mr Lamhton never had him quite to his mind Even st however the colt ran well on several occasions and never except in good company le all that as it may then is no doubt whatever a to his stud sincess or bis full subscription list for the coining season And what a pedigree it is that is at the back of Swynford and Harry of Hereford Isin ¬ glass and the three classic mares La Fleche Can ¬ terbury Pilgrim and Pilgrimage are its immediate supports John oGannt was the iRst colt of his year and as a yearling could not well have been surpassed Tristan the sire of Canterbury Pilgrim was a great horse though outclassed by St Simon and he was n son of Hermit which though he failed to establish a male line in this country ex ¬ ercised incalculable Influence on the British thor oifghbred iu general and most particularly in the matter of jumping Ascetic by Hermit was cer ¬ tainly one of the best sires of junipers we have ever seen ami it may well be that Vertigo is not a little indebted to Hermit for jumping qualities qualitiesVALUE VALUE OF HERMIT BLOOD BLOODMoreover Moreover it must not bo supposed that Hermit has died out in the male line because no represen ¬ tatives of that line are available in England There is at least one sire of great distinction iii the tnited Statis tracing in male line to Hermit That horse is Pallot which proved himself to be a first class racehorse both in the States and in this country He takes the Hermit line through that horses brilliant son Friars Palsam which hut for the trouble iu his jaw could not haved missed the Two Thousand Guineas of his year Whether Ballots sons and daughters comprise any really great in ¬ dividuals is I believe doubtful but they have cer ¬ tainly won a large number of races It is to be noted that Star Shoot which for several years past was the most successful sire iu America was bred on the same lines as Swynford and Harry of Here ¬ ford That is to say he was by Isinglass a Hermit mare The same scheme of breeding has many times proved successful as witness Sea Breeze Kavensbnry Galliunlc and others by Isonomy dams Hermit mares Writing of Star Shoot note what liiy friend Vigilant wrote tin other day about his winning at Hurst Park under a Welter burden ridden by the then midget Johnny Roiff whoso weight cloths were so packed that he could hardly carry them and his saddle to weigh in The prev iilent Idea is that dead weight handicaps the bearer of it pretty badly lint Hiiggins who I mined Star Shoot was of exactly the opposite opinion at any rate where you have a freegoing horse and a good lightweight jockey The dead weight he would say you can pack well on the withers where the horse can best carry it and there it will re ¬ main quiet If you can depend upon your little jockey to sit still also it is far better than to have a heavier jockey iu the saddle whose movements to some extent at any rate will impede the horses freedom of action This reasoning appears to be sound and Hnggins certainly had the courage of his opinions and with successful results but he had an exceptionally good lightweight jockey in Johnny Keiff who used to sit as still as a mouse and let his mounts win their own races concerning himself only in keeping them straight He certainly made quite as much of Volodyovski as did bis Inother Lester indeed he enabled that colt to reverse the lcger running with Doricles not that that is a fair test for it is common knowledge that a dead set was made at Lester Keiff and Volodyovski iu the St Legcr and the wonder is that the Derby winner was able to finish where he did a close second A further instance of the success of No 1 family in producing jumpers was furnished at Derby on Tuesday this week by Matruh which conies of the Sunshine line of No 1 and made a winning debut in the Maiden Hurdle Knee beat ¬ ing a good band which contained several good per ¬ formers Thus we have the great lines of Paraffin and Sunshine coming t the fore within the space of a week and it may prove a useful system this winter to follow No 1 blood The Special Com ¬ missioner in London Sportsman General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY Bituminous coal UMII m i r ii uii ri will be asked by President WiNon to work out their new contracts for the coal year beginning April 1 on the basis of the majority and minority reports of the coal strike settlement commission commissionA A rush of diamond seekers to stake claims is re ¬ ported from Reyenspoort in the Pretoria district South Africa where rich deposits are said to have been located Two thousand men including law ¬ yers civil servants business men land owners artisans and clerks took part and the whole ground was pegged out iu a few minutes Some of the more corpulent employed professional runners to secure the claims previously selected selectedTin Tin senate committee on foreign relations that has been considering for several days the appoint ¬ ment of Bainbridge Colby to be Secretary of State reported favorably on the nomination yesterday without a record vote The committees report generally was regarded as forecasting favorabhi acion by the senate There was said to have been a general agreement that Mr Colbys statement had made it unnecessary to call additional wit Count von Bernstorff former ambassador to the United States will be Minister of foreign affairs in a reorganized Genii in cabinet accqrdlns to messages reaching Co enhageu yesterday Dr Schiffer vicepremier ai il minister of justice will become chancellor accorling to this program an I Geu von Slecbt will become miulsler of defenxo Captain Fisher Cnno general manager of the Ham ¬ burg Amerlcan Steamship Line is slated for the liiinistrj uf finance i Page 3 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Saturday March 13 1920 Fortieth day Lower California Jockey Club Win ¬ ter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L 1 Uose L Wing J W Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissev Racing Secretary W AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 400 400fl43J fl43J uou First Race 58 Mile Jaw 8 191C 59 3 97 Purse 400 3year olils and upward Claiming1 Net value to winner 300 second C5 third 35 35EqulT EqulT Odds OddsI I n l Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight JOS IS Ike Mills 114 1 B Pinnegar SO 100 45357 Dane Girl 112 2 = 1 K Guy 800100 40252 Zamloch 10 3 = T Roberts 70QO 70QO4G35G 70QO4G35G 4G35G Delaney 114 43 E Pegg 2C 0100 40 Gordon 117 5 AV Mclntyre 1SOO100 1SOO1004G3G1 4G3G1 Meelicka 312 5 F Hunt 2550100 45382 Do vie 112 7 P Martinez 19CO100 S2 iniitiivls paid Ike Mills 380 straight 320 place 300 show Dancing Girl SSOO place 3SO show Xaniloch 4 VI show showTime Time 24 49 102 Track fast fastWinner Winner 1 1 Iloltons g 5 h Stem Winder Ida 1 hy His Highness trail ed by C W Officer bred by Mr II II Trowbri go goVnt Vnt to post at 200 At post 2 uiiitites Start good and slow Won easily second mil third driv ¬ el ruuu fi 4 3 fi Second Race 58 Mile Jan 3 1916 59 i397 Purse 400 3 year ods and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equlr Equlr Odds Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 45103 Stirrups 10n 31 J Roberts 3250100 45408 Porel 1H 41 R Ryan 1S50WI 45383 HrlclKc PlayerlOl 5 R Guy 200100 4 5404 Paradigm 114 G1 1J Pinncgar 7420100 4G382 Hyndla 12 7 C Gross 310100 2 mutuels paid Miss Sedalia 020 straight 4 0 place 340 show Teo Rreckcnridge 380 jdace 320 show Stirrups 700 show showTime Time 24 49 103 Track fast fastWinner Winner C Holmes b in 8 by Bannock burn Sula by Kalgowan or Sain trained by L D Hntchinson bred by Mr Barney Schreiber SchreiberWent Went to post at 228 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing 97 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second C5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds Odds1ml 1ml Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 45315 Viva 312 1 1 Krach lliO100 4 Dot H 107 2n R Taylor 240100 1G357 Mannikin II 10U W Hinphy 4 407ComMation 114 4 W Mclntyre 710100 40423 Minstrel HI 5 = T Jhilcahey 2G10100 45357 Irish Daisy 112 I Pinnegar 1SX100 45317 Gila 314 1 Anderson 32CO100 32CO1004GI02sPhil 4GI02sPhil Mohr 114 S C OMahoney 2140100 2 itiniiicls paid Viva 520 straight 240 place S2 0 show Dot H if240 place 2 0 show Manui liin II 280 show showTime Time 24 49 102 Track fast fastWinner Winner Iolo Stables b in S by Oiseaii Cutter by Gotham trainrd by W L Stanfield bred by Mr George 1 Long LongWont Wont to iiost at 240 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv Ovorwcights Mannikin II 1 Irish Daisy A tu fi too 3 9 Fourth Race 1 Mile June 17 191G 138 3 95 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsImJ ImJ Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight435X 435X = SariKOta 113 in p Martinez 1M100 4 K4First Troop 115 L 1 Piimegar 340100 4G2M8 Mar Connell 113 3 D Connelly KMO100 45407 Lady Eileen 1CS 4 C Hucll ISCOlOO 4G35 Ambuscade 110 5s C DuRBan Sl0100 Sl010045382eapilmo 45382eapilmo 115 r AV Mclntyre fSiWMo 4530 = Mont Hellt HP 7 R Lowe t 40100 Rifle ShooterllS 8 = W Manders 22001 45404 Lion US 1 1 Krach t tiMutiiel iMutiiel field fieldS2 S2 iniitiiHs paid Sarasota S400 straight 280 place SiMO show First Troop 3i place 300 show Marie Connell 400 show showTime Time 25 50 116 144 Track fast fastWinner Winner C It Irwins ch f 4 by Rapid Water Mettie Bereaud bv Jean Korea ud trained by C R Irwiti bred by Mr G AV J Bissell BissellWent Went to post at 317 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the d fid u0 30 7 Fiftl1 Race 1 Mile June 17 1916 138 3 95 Purse 500 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G38GsCharlestonn 4G38GsCharlestonn 117 I1 D Connelly 22 100 40338 Letu IOC 2 C Puell 5020100 4 42r 3Double Aan 105 AV Mclntyre 43SO100 4 8i Summer SiBh 110 4 C DuRsan 210100 2101004ii7Thirteen 4ii7Thirteen 112 51 P Martinez 4M100 4fi335Iiul Spring 9S f J Roberts 3120100 4 187Toy Miss 117 7 r Gross 2100100 4 3Dolph 103 S G Archamblt 470100 2 mutuels paid Cliarlestonian S40 straight S400 plne SSfiO show Leta 220 place 1040 show Double Van SliSO shov shovTime Time 4 49 115 143 Track fast fastWinner Winner rronx Slables br g by Woolstliorpe Ksiionage by Inspector 1 trained by W t Vivell bred by Mr Milton Young YoungWent Went to post at 544 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving AfiddH Sixth Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191G jur ± uu 593 97 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second C5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight KS295 Riposta 113 li P Martinez i20100 i201004i317 4i317 Positano 115 2 C Gross Gross4G403 rXM 00 4G403 = CAComUey 115 3 AA Hinphy 45404 = W MKomy 110 4 J Roberts 45404 M Machree 113 5 = G AVarren 45403 Miss Krug 113 1 = AV Mclntyre 45423 Oklaa Irish 113 7s D Connelly 45247 Ispham 3 S5 J De Ford 45534 Chas Gegguslir 9 R Lowe fMntuel field 2 inutnels paid Riposta 1440 straight iOO place SO show Iosjtano 50 place 40 show C A Comiskey SJSOd show showTime Time 24 49 102 Track fast fastWinner Winner C 15 Irwins b m i by Chnctanunda Canastota by Koyal Kniblem trained by C K Irwin bred by Mr lolin Sanford SanfordWent Went to post at 40 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing dftdd1 Seventh Race 5 12 Furlongs June urtttj 28 1916 l05Vi 3 118 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Not value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 45402 Coronado 111 I11 P Martinez 690100 4531 4531lMiss lMiss Manage 114 21 AV Hinphy SOiMOO 4 4J83 J83 = Dewitt S 3 1 Roberts 140100 45735 Lazy Hen lit 47 R Ryan PiO100 45315 Old Homcstdlll 53 G Archamblt S3GO100 45313Coffieia 11G M Matthews 290100 41735 Mary Mallon 101 7 R Guy 7900100 2 mutuels paid Coronado 1380 straight 40 place 240 show Miss Manage 80 place 240 show Dewitt 240 show showTime Time 24 49 103 109 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner C II Dennisons eli g 4 by 1ncle Ruby Nethersole by Star Ruby trained by C H Dennison bred by Messrs Hcadley Miller MillerAVent AVent to jiost at 432 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won handily second and third driving General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY General Local AVeather Forecast Following the passage eastward of the disturbance of Friday gen ¬ erally fair weather will prevail in this forecast dis ¬ trict from Wisconsin and Illinois westward to the Rockies for the next two or three days The changes In temperature will not be of much importance importanceA A storm which in intensity equals any experi ¬ enced this winter still prevailed in southern Minne ¬ sota South Dakota northern Iowa and northern AAis consin today South of a line drawn across Minne ¬ sota from a point fifteen miles northwest of the Twin Cities to Lake Superior running south of the twin ports about thirty miles came reports of a heavy wet snow and high winds In northern Iowa considerable sleet was reported northern AViscon nin as far south as Madison was covered with snow and South Dakota experienced a blizzard In the Twin Cities electric light and power wires were crippled and portions of both cities suffered in convenieiHf from lack of light Street cars were moving with difficulty Telephone service be ¬ tween St I a nl and Minneapolis was irregular Tele ¬ graph and longdistance telephone communication in all directions was crippled Pipestone and Albert Lea Minn recorded the worst storm of the season with over six inches of snow which the wind was piling into huge drifts driftsTranscontinetal Transcontinetal trains on the Chicago Mil ¬ waukee it St Paul road were being diverted to the Northern Pacific between Minneapolis and Terry Mont on account of snow blockades on the former road west of Aberdeen S D Through service on the hitter has been tied up for two days by heavy snow in Montana and South Dakota DakotaAH AH records for movement of cotton from Savannah have been broken and the movement is continuing for Savannah is shipping her cotton to all parts of the world including the Orient Since August 1 the opening of the cotton year until the first week in March eightynine cotton sljips have been loaded there carrying a total of approximately SoOOOO bales of cotton to foreign countries jnid the port is still lined with vessels taking cotton though early January in former years lias marKcil the end of the movement Despite this heavy snipmcnt the move ¬ ment is continuing at the rate of 21000 to 30000 bales weekly for direct export with almost as much being shipped coastwise coastwiseA A representative of the Aossische Xeitung who went over Krupps huge establishment at Kssen re ¬ cently states in his report that the number of hands employed there is now 4 000 Iefore the war the number was SO 000 and during the war owing to the excessive demand for war material the number was increased to ll lli000 i000 After the armistice the number gradually dropped to 32000 The con ¬ version of the works to peace purposes has added 13000 to that number In the building where big guns were formerly cast marine propeller shafts are bi ing forged The linn is devoting much at ¬ tention to agricultural machinery machineryDiscussion Discussion of methods to regain government losses resulting from the decision of the Supreme court that slock dividends are not taxable continued be ¬ fore the house ways and means committee at Wash ¬ ington Joseph S McCoy government actuary who appeared before the committee Thursday was to be recalled to explain more fully the effect of the court decision on government revenues Tin com ¬ mittee is divided over the necessity for additional legislation to recoup the losses both Republicans and Democrats holding that the eventual loss in revenue will not exceed 33000000 33000000Strong Strong remonstrances have made by the Amer ¬ ican government against rulings of the allies repa ¬ rations commission that under the peace treaty sale of certain Ceruian property in neutral countries may lie forced if necessary to satisfy the initial payment of the erman indemnity Undersecre ¬ tary Polk of the State Department writing to Senator Henderson dem of Nevada and afur tlier protest was in preparation as such a con ¬ struct ion of the treaty was contrary to an official interpretation exchanged between Germany Germanytaiid taiid the allied powers powersAn An increase of 103020832 in Canadian trade both imports and exports was made in the eleven months ending February 20 over the same period a year ago according to statistics announced by the customs department The total for the last eleven months was 2110r 4Sr OI as compared with 2 0051521 572 for the same months a year ago In imports the greatest increase was in the total value of dutiable agricultural products while in exports increases were shown in domestic agricultural prod ¬ ucts animals animal products wood wood products and paper paperCountess Countess Marie Tolstoi niece of the famous Kus sian author and philosopher who recently arrived at Constantinople as a refugee from Odessa ap ¬ plied to the American Ited Cross for relief The countess who speaks perfect Knglish was at once placed on the stall of the Ited Cross the head ¬ quarters of which are on the island of Proti in the Prinkopos group and will act as an interpreter interpreterA A committee of railroad men lias sent a lengthy document to the Spanish government declaring that in the event railroad rates are increased and higher wages for Hie men are not given approval before Monday next the entire body of railroad employes in Spain will strike1 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA FRIDAY MARCH 19 1920 Oriental Park One hundred and first day CubaAmeri ¬ can lockev and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather clear temperature 70 Presiding Steward C J Fltz Uerald Presiding Judge AV II Shelley Starter es Milton Rac ing Secretary Martin Xathanson FIRST RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 000 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtlPSt Vi ftStrFin Jockeys O II C P 4G341 MARTY LOU wn 9 10S 1 11 I4 I4 Il P Wilson AA Dondas 5 5 4 1 4 G4bAISY L 4 105 4 2 3 = 3 2 21 A Tryon E Denham 4 5 5 2 1 14G4S4AVILL 4G4S4AVILL SOON 5110 fi 3 2 = 21 2 3l AV ttrown J S Baldwin 21 21 21 1 12 45307 PRINCE BONERO 5115 3 5 4 i 4t 4 = 41 II Garner AV C WestmoreM 4 4 4 S5 45 454inilBL 4inilBL OONALTON C 10S 5 S ink fi3 HI 5 F ChlavtaE Linnell 577 21 C5 4 KVJ 3 TWENTY SEVEN G 113 S 5 7 SI 5 = fi3 AV Jarrell O L Poster 5 5 5 2 1 4 i349 JUTLAND 5 H 7 4 51 51 7s 7 T Murray AV HiBnbotham 777 21 C5 C54G401ACCLAMATION 4G401ACCLAMATION A i 4 107 10 7 S5 7 S Sl P Lux H E Davis 12 12 12 5 21 45117 KING TUSCAN v i 7 115 110 10 9s 9s O15 AV Taylor E A AVhitney 10 10 10 4 2 2fG50 1 fG50 = JCK DAAVSON C 110 2 9 9V10 10 10 J Fletcher G P Sherman 7 7 7 2J C5 Time 23 47 113 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Marty Lou 1150 straight 550 place 410 show Daisy L 080 place 4 SO SORl Rl ° WEnHiviiIeiit booking odds Marty Loll 475 to 100 straight 225 to 100 place 105 to 100 show Daisy L ncy 140 to 100 show Will Soon 175 to 100 siiow siiowRr Rr m by Marta Santa Miss Louise by Esher trained by M M Shields bred by Mr Daniel DaniellA lA Went to post at 233 At posf2 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv iii AI VKTUIJ at nce raced into the lead and increased it after rounding the far turn DAISY L liuisheVfast and outstayed AVILL SOON The latter was much used in following the winner closely and tired KING TUSCAN pulled up lame 1ltINCE RONERO ran well A f J A O SECOND RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 600 4ycarolds anil Tcvf dt dtO upward Claiming Net valuo to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horsea AWtPPSt i Sir Fin Jockeys Owners 0 H O P 46367 BURLINGAME WB C 110 9 2 4i 3nw 1 AAr Jarrell H Bowen S S 8 3 S3 S34G222MACK 4G222MACK HEALEY w 4 107 10 1 41 31 2nt 2t P Hunt J Everest G C 6 21 Cn Cn4G322MAGIC 4G322MAGIC MIRROR wit C 113 3 9 S = 8 C1 3i R McCrnnE J Albright 3 3J 35 73710 4G378S REVRY JAMES WB S 110 1 fi ui 5 5 4l P ChiavtnB Mock 2 21 2 1 12 124G349PRANK 4G349PRANK BURKE ws 5 110 C 5 7i 7 7 5 E AtkinsnC R Smith 5 0 31 75 7ln 7ln4G351 4G351 BILL SIMMONS wn 7 110 2 S I1 9 S C F Lux Kentmere P Sta C C C 21 C5 4G4 1 6 UXAVISE CHILD wi 1 105 S3 11 lk 1 A Tryon Curb Stable 5 5 5 2 1 14G378 4G378 LADY LANGDEN wi 4 110 7 4 21 2 4t S k T Murray J AV Moore 8 S 8 3 85 8545350LEOMA 45350LEOMA w 11 110 57 C Ct fll P AVilson G K Allen 5 5 5 2 1 1402G5HOMAM 402G5HOMAM w C 107 410 10 10 10 10 A Kroger O TugRlo 25 25 25 10 5 5Time Time 23 47 113 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Rurlingame 5120 straight 2380 place 1310 show Jack Hoaley 1000 place 540 show Magic Mirror 550 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Hurlingame 2710 to 100 straight 1000 to 100 place 5 to 100 show Jack Healey 400 to 100 place 220 to 100 show Magic Mirror 175 to 100 slmw slmwWinner Winner Ch g by Cuuard Sweet Alice by Flying Dutchman trained by P McSweeney bred by Mr Edward R Ilrailloy Went to post at 259 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing 15URLINGAMK was brought around on the outside of the leaders when entering the stretch and finishing fast won going away JACK HEALKY ran well but tired and just lasted long enough to out ¬ stay MAGIC MIKROU The latter closed a big gap 15ILL SIMMONS was going fast at the end HOMAM was sore when going to the post One of the reins on LEOMAS bridle broke at the halfmile post UNWISE CHILD quit after leading to the stretch tfit4t THIRD RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 600 4yearolds and rtvf TCTC l upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Vs iStrFin Jockeys O H 0 P 8 4G351SXOW QUEEX w 4 105 3 5 fi 51 31 I P ChiavtaS Polk 2i 21 21 I 12 4535 1LOVELL w 4 110 4 2 2i 2 21 2nk p Wilson AV Carleton 5 5 r 2 1 45351 KING AVORTH wi 9 ll 5 1 3k 51 31 AV Taylor J C Mayes 10 10 10 4 2 24i350sCLIP 4i350sCLIP wsii 112 S S S S 7i 43 E AtkinsnL Crist 7 S 8 3 S5 S545380LAMA 45380LAMA w 4 105 7 7 5J G Gl 5 k F Hunt A P Dayton 3 3 3 05 5 45350 STILETTO w 4 110 2 1 4s 4 4 G1 T Murray H T Bangs 5 5 4 S5 45 45321 KERNAN wn 5 110 14 I1 l k ink 7nk A Tryon J Corujo 2 21 21 1 12 124G351 4G351 LAMP POST wu 4 110 G 5 7 73 8 S H Garner AV P Poison 5 5 a 2 1 1Time Time 23 47 113 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Snow Queen 810 straight 5 CO place 3 SO show Lowell 15iO place 30 show King Worth 540 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Snow Queen 305 to 100 straight U0 to 100 place 0 to 100 show Lowell i5 to 100 place 355 to 100 show King Worth 170 to 110 show showWinner Winner lr f by Starbottle Sugarmaid by Salvado trained by C K Myatt bred bv Nevada Stock Farm FarmWent Went to post at 322 At post 2 minutes Start poor and slow AVon driving second and third the same SNOW QUKKN gradually improved her position and outgamed LOWELL in the tinal drive The latter was much used in forcing the pact and tired KINJ WOKTH came wide on the stretch turn but finished gamely CLIP was caught in the barrier but closed a big gap and finished fast STILETTO met with interference and was eased up KE1JNAN set a fast pace and was not persevered with when lie tired FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purse GOO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 550 Index Horses AWtPPSt 14 StrFin Jockeys Owners o n c P s 45354 PRESUMPTION wn 11 JOJ 3 4 1i 1J 1 1 A Tryon M M Shields 444 85 45 45354 SP1RST PULLET v 4 10G 7 3 3k 21 3 2l A Pickens A Haniel 2i 3 3 fi5 jl jl4ri37sPlERROT 4ri37sPlERROT SlOfi G 2 51 4 31 AV Brown B E Graham 3J 31 31 75710 7571043G7 43G7 = TIM J HOGAN w s 5 IOC 4 S 7 5s G 4 k K AtlirsnG AVarwiclc 11 10 10 4 4G354 HELEN ATKIN w 5 10 2 G 41 2 51 M MountnG Holmes 3321 1 14G3G4 4G3G4 ION OTIS w s C 107 a 5 2 4 5 G = P ChiavtaAV C AVeant G G G Gr 4 37 nAGDADINE 4i01 1 7 fi1 7 7 7s P AVilson H Bowen 3 3 3 G5 35 354G380COUNT 4G380COUNT BORIS 5 10G S 1 S S S S F Iux K E Davis 15 15 15 G 3 3Time Time 23 47 112 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Presumption 1440 straight 540 place 400 show First Pullet 520 place 340 show Pierrot 3 50 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Presumption 020 to 100 straight 220 to 100 place 100 to 100 show First Pullet 1150 to 100 place 70 to 100 show Pierrot SO to 100 show showWinner Winner 15 g by Jolden Maxim Proud Duchess by AVatercress trained by M M Shields bred by Mr Henry T Oxnard OxnardWent Went to post at 34S At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same PRESUMPTION set a fast pace all the way but had to be ridden out to outstay FIKST PULLET The latter finished gamely and passed HELEN ATKIN in the last sixteenth PIEUUOT finished fast on the inside HELEN ATKIN tired after making a threatening effort after entering the stretch ItAG DADINE was crowded out at the halfmile post postScratched Scratched 4ii41GMay Maulsby 104 4f37SJill 104 4t53S3Manokin 109 45133 Manganese 111 FIFTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 137 5 103 Preliminary Derby Purse 800 3ycarolds Net value to winner 600 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt VI 4 Str Fin Jockeja Owners O H 0 P 453HERRON w 105 2 1 lt 21 21 H Garner P Alvarez 4C1H1MLLE DAZIE w 10S 4 4 41 3t 33 2 t 2 = 1 T Murray AV A Thraves f4 45 45 15 out 4 54 00 MISS PATTY w OC 3 3 2i I1 I 3 P AVilson K Spence 1 15 45 45 15 out out4i2G3sHORACE 4i2G3sHORACE LERC1I w 105 5 5 5 T 4 4 AV Taylor AV P Poison 3 31 31 Cr out 4 5302 ORLEANS GIRL w 100 1 2 3t 41 4 5 5 A Tryon Curb Stable 10 12 12 5 out outtCoupled tCoupled in betting as K Spend and W V Thraves entry entryTime Time 24 47 113 138 Track fast fastmutuels mutuels paid Herron 430 straight 220 place K Spuiicu and W V Thraves entry 220 place no show mutuels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Ilerron 115 to 100 straight 10 to 100 place K Spence and W A Thraves entry 10 to 100 place placeWinner Winner It c by Horron Mizzle by Kilkerran trained by W J Daley bred by Messrs Talbott Rros RrosWent Went to post at 412 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same IIEKKON set the early pace but was taken back on the backstrotch and saved then moved up on the outside after rounding the far turn and finishing fast outstayed MLLE DAXIE in the stretch drive MLLE DAIE was waited with to the stretch turn where she came through next to the rail and finished gamely but tired after getting to the leader MISS PATTY set a fast middle pace but gave way in the stretch drive HORACE LERCII was badly outpaced outpacedOverweights Overweights Orleans Girl 4 pounds AC A AT SIXTH RACE 1 116 Miles Feb 3 1918 144 3 92 Purse 700 3yearolds O 8 db A and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Str Fin Jockeyn Owners O H O P 4G381IIIGH GEAR 15 97 5 I C G1 4 = 3 1s P A ilson K Spence 21 21 21 1 1r 1r4fi4003MONOMOY 4fi4003MONOMOY 5 10S 1 1 51 3 3 1 4s 2 M MountnC K Moore 444 S5 45 4545400SALVATELLE 45400SALVATELLE 5 112 2 2 3 21 2t 2t 3s 1C AtkinsnD Raymond 15 I fi 21 G 4G3G5DAINTY LADY 1 91 7 tS I3 1s I1 I4 41 P Hunt AV Dondas G5 2 2 4525 45254G325KORAN 4G325KORAN T 102 4 5 2 51 51 f nk p ChiavtaH Herdel 21 21 21 1 12 1240401SILA 40401SILA SANDALS fi 93 G 7 7 7 7 7 fil AV Jarrej A Lexama 15 12 12 5 21 4 5358 PARABLE 100 3 3 41 41 fi1 i 7 A Tryon Curb Stable 15 15 15 G 3 3Tme Tme 23 47 112 139 145 Track fast 2 mutuels paid High Gear 850 straight 40 place 340 show Monomoy 370 place 270 show Salvatelle 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds High Gear 325 to 100 straight 130 to 100 place 70 to 100 show Monomoy 85 to 100 place 35 to 100 show Salvatelle 05 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Ch g by Ivan the Terrible Miss Mooney by My Roy II trained by K Spence bred by Mr AV W Darden DardenWent Went to post at 430 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing HIGH GEAR was under restraint for the lirs half then moved up rapidly after entering the stretch and drew away in the last eighth to win easing up MONOMOY came fast near the end and outstayed SALVATELLE The latter raced well throughout DAINTY LADY tired badly in the last eighth after setting a fast pace to the stretch stretchOverweights Overweights Koran 1 pound Silver Sandals 2 Parable 1 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, March 20. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Saturday March 20 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK FAST 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 j where it finished In cases where record was j made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions j Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 200 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner allowance allowanceFirst First Race Race2ycarolds 12 Mile 2ycarolds 2ycaroldsTrack Allowance Track record Feb Ind Horse Wt Rec AAVtl 45395 Vic Munoz 11 4S 110 45348 Spugs 11 4S 113 1134S530G 4S530G Roseate M 11 48 107 45318 Fiction IP 40 107 45220 Dorothy IP 4 107X 15305 Katherine Real M1H 50 103 George C Jr ch c bv Rerrilldon Lady Butterfly Butterflyby by McGee 110 110Second Second Race 34 Mile Mile4vearolds 4vearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1020 111 G 102 45051 Himiltrude 112 112 112 i2o 45350 Top Rung 112113 112 720 45378 Mill 104 114 107 715 45417 Rabv Bonds 100 112 107 715 45222 Honest George 104 113 105X710 45282 Gilder 112 114 114 710 45380 El Coronel 110 112 110 705 45323 Doubting Thomas ThomasM M 112114 105 700 700Third Third Race 5 12 Furlongrs Furlongrs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 24 1017 105 5 102 45430 Director James 103 107 3 05X725 45434 The Snob M 114 107 5 10GX720 45442 Marty Lou 105 107 0 107X715 45444 = Ixwell 113 107 4 10 715 llMKi3 Roundel 108 1OS 4111715 4111715453G7 453G7 Old Eylers 108 107 5 114X715 114X7154G41S 4G41S Small Stone 100108 3 05X710 45443 Unwise Child 00 107 4 104X710 104X7104G142 4G142 Twenty Seven 100105 G 1001710 45255 Eddie Tranter 105lOSVf 4 111X705 111X70545S30 45S30 Railbinl 115 4 1 X700 X700Fourth Fourth Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Claiming Track record Jan 24 117 105 5 102 4i33 Ravensea 105 105 107 725 45418 = Little One 03 107 103X720 45430 Hot Foot 108 108 108415418s 08X71 415418s Incincerator 02 107 101 715 45227 Hush 107 107 105 715 45418 Punctual 100 107 104X710 45302 Diomed 100 107 100X710 0 Miss Iji Rue M 107 107 101 705 7 Norfolk Belle 108 107 110X705 45418 Major Bradley 104 107 103X700 45378 Ha track lOl 1S 1SFifth 108X700 Fifth Race 5 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Claiming Track record Jan 24 1017 105 5 102 45251 Plain Heather 103 107 3 03X725 45377 Lillian G 108108 4 44G3G3 104X720 4G3G3 Irince Easy 110107 4 105 715 45307 Willie AVoods 105 07 4 4415444s 10 105 71 71415444s 715 415444s King Worth 123 07 0 1140715 45752 Hello Pardner 10S 3 08X710 40341 Precious Jewel 05 07 4 104X710 45351 Shasta 113 07 5 112X710 45350 Iron Roy 104 07 4 44G180 1015X705 1015X7054G180 4G180 Frascuelo 115 107 G 117X700 117X700Sixth Sixth Race 34 Mile MileAmerican American Handicap Handicap3yearolds 3yearolds and upward upwardTrack Track record Jan S 1920 111 fi 102 1024G410 4G410 SIROCCO 11G 111 5 IK 750 45080 = The Trump 107 113 4 103X740 45433 Kiku 100 112 4 100X740 100X740415410s 415410s Different Eyes 105 111 4 100X740 45303 Rasil 110 111 i 104X735 104X7354G410 4G410 Marse John 105 111 4 104X720 104X720Seventh Seventh Race 1 116 Miles 3vearolds and upward Claiming Track record Feb 3 1018 144 3 02 45401 AVar Tax 101 145 4 108X725 415151 Legacy Ill 147 4 100X720 45285 = Chillum 113 147 G 100 715 45420 = Great Gull 112145 5114X715 45421 The Gleamer 4 103X710 103X7104G383 4G383 Manokin 105 144 G 112X710 45418 Drusilla 3 8S705 45421 Slippery Silver 103 148 4 103 700 45380 = Uthollck 103147 5100X700 Page 4 Havana Jockey Percentages. 1IAVAXA JOCKEY PEUCBATAOES From January I 151 J to 31 arch 17 1 Inclusive At or orOver Over OverAVt Jockey AVt Mts 1st 2d 3d Crooks AV 112 7401 Carmody 1 101 381 9 M Jl Predin X 101 1 0 0 Murray T IDS SMI lOti 130 130 130io Pickons A io 333 r t i Cliiavetta 102 211 3 3ior Kedoris 1 ior Barnes K 103 113 Wilson F 100 02 9 S 2 Garner II 102 200 29 21 27 27its Lux V its lot ir ir 20 Fator K 103 123 II 14 IS Itnwu V 103 ir2 19 15 17 Mangan G 102 80 9 8 It Gargan AV 110 2ir 22 Finley A 105 142 11 13 15 15K5 Woods L K5 132 13 5 17 Hunt F 90 122 12 15 15 Janell V 92 117 12 10 13 Fletcher 1 93 78 8 7 8 tonwav 1 105 83 X C 7 7KM McCrann U KM 254 23 2i 2 Minors 1 111 153 M 19 13 Trvon A 100 123 11 17 Hi Patier 1 112 35 3 1 Mountain M 110 201 17 At or Over OverIC Jockey JockeyHilimaii IC AVt Mts 1st 1stlt9 Hilimaii K OS 110 lt9 14 Huffier 1 OS 93 05 F Collins A 07 10S 192 3 Corey G 07 105 291 21 AVingfield U 07 112 110 8 Dawson T 07 107 122 8 1015 415 3 102 14 1 Atkinson K W 103 157 10 Iall 1C 05 105 Taylor AV 05 101 Miller C 05 105 Je Mayo K 05 13 Iiirrlgiin C 05 101 ong 1 01 l White C 02 lOIt Viz 1 C 02 105 Crcgcr A ranklin I Anderson M Hirst C Watson O Collins X Garcia A Peterson K Sehlessinger M First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 12 Mile 2ycarolils Allow anccs Feb 23 1919 48 2 115 115Index Index Course Dlit TlmeTckOdd Wt 8t Str Fin Jockeys Started Order ot TlnitV VIC MUNOZ b c 2 110 By Peter Pan Tree Dove by Ben Brush BrushTrainer Trainer V A Carter Owner Armenia Stable 10 M 11 a van i 12 4SVfiHt G 1 I1 1J M Mountn 5 Itiwate AVishing PIoomington 4i4S Havan i 12 4Jfast 21 2 23 2 MMountn Spiigs Itoseate Little Pointer 4G229 Havan i 12 4S fcfnst 2 i 41 4J M Mountn 7 Gen Agrainonte Itoscate Spn s 4G11G Havana 12 4Sfast 7 73S 2 2 2J T Penalver 7 Panhandler Roseate FIreflyll 45903 Ha van i 3S 3Gfast a G 42 4J T Penalver 7 Dorothy Felix M Painter 45SG2 Havan v 38 35 fast S S3S G 5 ° 1 Penalver i JCorey Panhdlcr GAgramte 437S3 Havan i 3S 35 ffast 8 7 4 41 J Penalver S Spugs Painter Dorothy SPUGS b p 2 By Charles Edward Shoo Fly by Meddler Trainer E Glass Owner S T Baxter 4U31S Havana 4Srfast 2 109 3 348Vfast 1 I3 II Garner 9 VicMuuoz Roseate Lit Pointer 4U229 Havana 48Vfast 4 113 1 133fast 1 11 3J II Garner 7 GAgranionte Itoseate A Munoz 457S3 Havana 33fast S5 111 G G35Sfast 3 I 1 II Garner S Painter Dorothy Aic Munoz 4rC01 Havana 35Sfast 5 111 1 2 2 2 II Garner S G Agramonte Dorothy Painter 455G7 Havana 35 fast X 111 3 21 3T AAr Morsey 7 J Corey G Agramonte Dorothy DorothyBy ROSEATE ch f 2 K By All Gold Rose of Dawn by Hamburg Trainer A C Niehaus Owner A C Niehaus 4C Havana 12 48ifast G3 111 3 I 3 = 2 2413lS I F Lux V Miiiio AVishiii PIoomiimton 413lS Havana 12 492ffast 75 107 S G 41 3 34G229 W Taylor KIHIKS VieMiinoz Little Pointer 4G229 Ilavana 12 4Sifast 4 113 2 4 6 = 2 24G11G A Finley 7 JenAKranionte Spiles VMuuoz 4G11G Havana 12 48fast 5 108 1 3 o 3 31 31FICTION 2 F Lux 7 Panhandler VMuuoz Firefly FireflyBy FICTION b f 2 107 By ByTrainer Assagai Argosy by Cayuga Trainer C Kocrner Owner C E Bills Billsi31S i31S Havana 12 lifast S 10 4 5 Cs C AVhite 9 Spngs Vie Munoz Itoseate 4G229 Havana 12 4SVffast 10 115 4 7 7 7 793 A Collins 7 Gen Agramonte Itoseate Spugs Spugs2J 4G157 Havana 12 49fast 31 112 1 2J Sk C AAhite i Distiirbunce Dorothy Firefly II 45432 Havana 3S 35fast 2 114 3 3 3 T Smith 8 Mainbi Dorothy GenAgramonte 45352 Havana 14 22fast S5 114 1 43 44i T Smith 9 Little Pointer Mnricusa Mainbi 45IXK5 Havana 14 13 fast 12 111 2 1 12 T Smith G Marklisa LPointer GAgmonte DOROTHY ch f 2 107 107Trainer By Brummel Sccerwcll by St Blaise Trainer K Spence Owner W V Thraves 4G22I Havana 12 4Sifast 7 11G i 2 24C157 3h G 3 T Murray 7 Gen AiManionte Itoseate Spugs 4C157 II vana 12 49ffast 75 112 2 1 14G11G 3A 2 T Murray I Disturbance Fiction Firefly II IIr 4G11G H vana 12 4S7ifast 2i 111 5 f Si 5Ti il Mountn 7 PanhandUr Aric Munoz Itoseate 459S5 II vana 38 35fast 2 113 1 1 2i 25 T Murray Panhandler LIointer Felix M 45905 II vana 3S 3G fast 2 112 2 1 I2 1i T Murray 7 Felix M Painter Aie Munoz 4578 ° H vana 3S 35fast 3 111 1 145GG1 2i 3J T Murray S Stings Painter Aic Miiuoz 45GG1 Havana 3S 35Hfast 4 111 3 3 3KATHERINE 33 37 T Murray S Gen Agrnmontc SIIURS Painter PainterBy KATHERINE BEAL b f 2 M 103 103Trainer By Assagai Rushwatcr by The Commoner Trainer R D Carter Owner N K Beal 4 Havana 12 48 fcfast 12 111 I 5 54C903 5nk rn AV Taylor 5 Aic Minion Itoseate AVishinj 4C903 Havana 3S 3Gfast 15 112 3 GJ 7i G Corey 7 Dorothy Felix M Painter 483 Havana 3S 35fast 10 111 1 2 2GEORGE 1 S13 G Corey S Sjiugs Painter Dorothy GEORGE C JR ch c 2 M 110 110Trainer By Berrilldon Lady Butterfly by McGee Trainer L Brown Owner G C Mizel Second Race [2nd Havana] SECOND RACE 34 Mile 4yearolds and upward Claiming Jan 3 1920 111 6 102 HIMILTRTIDE b f 4 112 112Trainer By Zovetie Harmonica II by Great Tom Trainer G M Ridge Owner G M Ridge 4GOT1 Hiivaiiii l13fast S5 10S 4 2 2 2k S l A Collins s FosKinliry SkyMan IIoiiGirgt 4rSG5 II Havana vana 51 f l04fast 10 1C 1 3 3 f 1 GJ T Hunt 7 Peasant Plondel Currency 43830 Hi vana 34 l12fast 4 112 r rT70S 1 1 A Collins 12 Pomerene lackllealey Itailbird T70S H vana 34 l14 tgood i 103 3 1113 1J A Collins 10 Leoina Ited Tranby 45512 H vana 34 1 13 fast 85 112 3 3451G7 1 1 I1 1 A Collins ti May Craig Snow Hill Top Kung 451G7 H vana 34 113 fast 50 100 G G 8 S1 G X Collins 10 Ter Miss PrDirect FirstPullet 45408 Havana 34 lllfast 100 102 7 7TOP 7 7 7 7IS G Archbt 7 Alvord High Gear Blondel TOP RUNG b c 1 112 By Out of Reach Climber by Voter Trainer C H Rowe Owner C H Rowe 4jJ H vana 4 3l 11 F ChiavtalO IDawson Clip Mary Fitzlnigli 401SO Hi vana 5 31 3 F Chiavta 7 15uster Clark Avion MikeDixon 4G1SO H vana 34 1 13fast 4 1011 7 OP G2 52 E Uarnes 11 ApJack HiistyCora FranklSurke 4C029 Hi vana 5 f l07fa t S 101 G 3 3 = lit E Barnes 11 Jill Itella AVilfer Prince Honero 45S7 Hi vana 5i4 l15fast 0 105 G 2 2s 4 = i E Barnes 10 Kncore Lamp Post Pr Itonero 45851 Hi vana vanaJILL 31 l13 fast 2J 113 C 2 21 2 k E Barnes 10 Laura Miller Sophie K Gilder JILL br f 4 107 By Transvaal Guadalitc by Raeburn Trainer C E Brosius Owner C E Brosius 4GJ7S Hi vana 31 l13ifast 3 101 1 1 I1 I1 J Carinody y Hatrack Pevelry James Assign 4G257 H vana 51 f l07fist 4 IOT 4 G CX G32 K Atkinsn S lion Otis Piinice Shasta 40090 Hi vana 31 lllMifiiKt 2i 10S 221 1 E Barnes 11 Kl Coronel Sophie K Stiletto Stilettof 4G02l Hi vana 51 f l07f t 21 101 f 1 2 t E Atkinsnll Topltnng I5ellaVilfer PItonero 45XGI II vana 51 f ItOG fast G 101 2 3 3J 32 E Atkinsn 8 Trophy Kncoro 1 C Girl 4CG90 Hi vana 5 f lllslow 2i 103 577 G13 J Carinody 7 Key Mar TwSeven AVill Soon 45571 II vana 34 l13fast 7 10J 8 G 5J 4 = 3 J Carinody 11 ISlinchita Presiiinption KeyMar KeyMarBy BABY BONDS ch f 4 By Dick Welles Vanessa by Bclvidere Trainer T J Brown Owner EJ Sullivan 4 i17 Havana 5S 1 OD faHt 15 101 7 S S S AV Jarrell S Mike Dixon ICncore Klanchita 4G2S1 Havana 31 llJ fast 5 101J 7 7 S S V J Carinody s A Middleton T 1 Hogan Kora 4G179 Havana 34 lijfast 3 104 3 3f 1 2 2J llk 1 Carmodyll Littlocote Sentry Lady Langden 4G117 Havana f i f 1 OSMfast 8 101 4 C C 5 4i E Atkinsn S IJiinice Hasty Cora Leoina LeoinaG 4C019 Havana 34 114 fast G 104 1 G 4 51 7i F Lux 12 Galaway Tranhy DirectorIames DirectorIamesS 4GWJ7 Havana 5 f lOSVsfast G 102 4 S 0 71 5 = 1 G Manpranll TJHgan LnnraP MLItuoM MLItuoMG 45811 JIavana 5 f 1 07 fast 5 103 5 G 4 5 73J J Carmodyll HonstGeorge 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34iGtl 34 l13 KOOd G 101 G 43 4 k G10 A Tryon ISustCIark IrohPoy Jackllealey 4iGtl Havana 3 3SHASTA 34 116 slow 5 10G 7 G 7 5 4JJ G ArchbtlO FEmbry AsadorllL li Clark SHASTA b g 5 112 By Magellan La Source by Strozzi Trainer P McSweeney Owner A A Ruiz 1G 1 Hav in 34 l14fjood 3 107 3 1 1 l k 4 = i T CarmodylO Littlfiotc SiiowQuern Plarede 5I57 Ha van 51 f l071ffast 5 113 5 54G220 fi 7 5 3i J Carmody S Itou Otis Punice Delanoey 4G220 Havtan 34 l14fast 3 112 1 14G17SHavm 1111 Il 1 Carmody Uoyalty Willie Woods Drusilla 4G17SHavm 51 f l07fast 21 11G 5 54G07G 3 4 53 31 J Carmodyl Lama Lowell Ma ic Mirror 4G07G Hav in 34 114 fast S 10S 3 3459SG 1 1 l k 2J E Uarnes 11 Lamp Post Itulser Snow Queen 459SG Ha vina 34 115 fast 4 1CS 3 3 7 7l Si J CarmodylO Gilder Pr Easy Small Stone 43906 llavina 51 f l07fast 2 112 G G45S52 3 4 o 4 J Carmody i Clip Sophie K Lillian G 45S52 Ha ma 34 l12fast 5 11G G GIRON 3 5 5i 43 J CarmodylO DaiutyLady Kl Coronel Noyuim IRON BOY ch K 4 106 By Star Shoot Partridga 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