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TWO CUBAN DEVELOPMENTS Mess Kit is Extremely Small but All Race Horse Baladin Changed From a Seem ¬ ingly Hopeless Case to a Fine Handicap Racer HAVANA Cuba March I The histories of Moss Kit and Haladin both of which have been sensa ¬ tional performers in Cuba of Into is interesting Hotli were bred by Major August Polmont at his French stud and both wore sold for low prices as yearlings They showed the scarcity of feed during the war as they wore immature and in strong con ¬ trast with the other youngsters born in the Tinted Stites StitesMess Mess Kit by Tracery Moneta by Spearmint was so small when offered in the sales ring at Sara ¬ toga in August 1918 that he only made 40 and fill to the bid of A S Lilian of Kentucky who took his pony hoaie anil wintered him on blue grass and crushed oats lie grew a bit but was still a pony but a stoutly made one when he went to Cuba after Now Years in 1919 His owner carried along a photograph of the colt and when Orestes was performing well he showed the picture to a number of Cuban sportsmen and prophesied that his son of Tracery also needed only an opportunity to make good as Orestes had Mr John Sanford who bred him it will bo re ¬ membered sold Orestes as a twoyearold to eorge Foley for 1400 and when brought here the chestnut cuUimpruved u iuickly that Senor A II Diaz took him over at fJIOO Messrs Tolon and FornandozMorroll who race under the name of the Armonia Stable finally took an option on the Tracery Moneta colt now known as Mess Kit for SJOOO with the under ¬ standing that the deal would be closed if their trainer liked the colt when he went to Lexington at the close of the meeting there last spring Though he was small Carter found Mess Kit all horse and the deal was closed closedAfter After tin Saratoga meeting the Armonia horses spent six weeks at the Empire City course Mess Kit put on much muscle an I showed that he could run but ho was still not over 14 L hands high and his trainer was somewhat discouraged His speed in spots was remarkable all this time When he came here Carter declared that the diminutive son of Tracery could make his watch do fajiey stunts at time He invited the partners out to see a trial and Moss Kit put up such a ridiculous exhibition that they were inclined to laugh at Car ¬ ter The latter kept his counsel and started in into to tone the little fellow in earnest lie ca along rapidly and finally distinguished himself by outworking his stable companion Lackawanna a winner of some good races at two three and four years of age Mess Kit was thereupon put in races and performed so poorly that Carter was at his wits end A second essay was somewhat better but on another trial he relapsed into his old habits of following the others homo and finally the Annonia Stable folks delivered the ultimatum One more chance for that bird and if he doesnt make good its a threehundred dollar top and bottom seller for him himWhat What followed is history Moss Kit beat a crack band of sprinters readily in fast time and followed it up a week later by winning the Cuban American Handicap for threeyearolds at three quarters of a mile with Kit pounds up running the first quarter in and the half in 4 seconds He is now undergoing a preparation for the 10001 Cuba American Derby which will bo run on the closing day of the present meeting meetingMess Mess Kit is the smallest thoroughbred in training in this country and is perhaps as small a race horse as has appeared in many years but he has speed to burn and a stout back as ho races bos when under pressure lie is bred to stay and he will not lack for support in the Derby DerbyHOW HOW BALADIN WAS TOSSED ABOUT ABOUTIaladins Ialadins history is a remarkable illustration of tin uncertainties of racing This fiveyearold by egofol Dame Ieauty by Octagon Polla Donna by Hermit a sister to the great Peldame was most poor and unattractive when sold as a yearling to V A Walsh of Kentucky Mr Walsh brought him to Cuba when two years old but did not Mart him though ho worked the colt a quarter better than I seconds When pressure of his oil business called fin more of his timo Mr Walsh turned Paladin over to John S Ward The man vhii developed Dodge Franklin and other good horses found nothing attractive in Kaladin and passed him on to Jocoe loose who found throe quarters in 119 his limit When J J lloltman was laving for Cuba last autumn Paladin then a gel ¬ ding occupied a stall in his car He was poor and weedy when he came to Cuba but he had jumping conformation and attracted my attention and Holt man was told that the horse would make a per ¬ former through the field if given a chance but that the first thing to do Would be to build up the young horse and get him to take an interest in life He was one of the poorest horses on the track despite Holtmans best efforts and as a caretaker the exstarter is pretty good goodPaladin Paladin finally won a cheap race on a slow drying out course and one day lloltman chaffed FitzOorahl in the paddock saying as he put the boy up upVon Von darent make me an offer for him the purse if he wins to go to me meIll Ill give you throefifty was the reply replyKitaGerald KitaGerald had an open order from a northern friend to buy him anything that looked like a jumper jumperAfter After the race in which Italadin was unplaced the transfer was arranged and the northern gentle ¬ man notified of the purchase A few days brought a letter saying that he did not need the horse j and that if there was another purchaser he would let the chance pass There was an auction sale of horses in training a few days later and Jlaladin was consigned to it and at the sale Italadin was knocked down to II E Davis known the country over as Doc The price was U 5 and Davis at once set Continued on second page TWO CUBAN DEVELOPMENTS Continued from first page to work building the gelding up For nearly five weeks he didnt have a saddle on him nnd then he began to improve puttingon flesh and playing like i yearling He ran twice showing improvement each time and covering the ground in a way that ap ¬ pealed to those who like a good race horse Finally when he had raced himself into form he beat a fair band of platers in a canter coming from last place at the halfmile post to win pulling up Three other selling plate victories fol ¬ lowed in rapid succession and in the last of them he was timed the last threeeighths in 33 seconds He won that race iii a common canter and Davis who was uncertain as to the caliber of the gelding and was beginning to receive numerous offers for him determined to try him in a handicap He met the best of the handicap division Sunday March 7 iii the Carnival Handicap at one mile and a six ¬ teenth and beat Cromwell Buford Walnut Hall and others a mile and a sixteenth in 145 the last mile in 15S 15SAs As usual Baladin was last at the fiveeighths post but he put in a quarter in 24VC seconds at that point and running the next eighth in 11 found he was in front with his ears pricked and he won that way Although he liUi only 100 pounds up there is no saying just how good this Belmont castoff really is islie lie is a rakish but beautifully balanced light bay gelding hands and ew horses have a liner shoulder He has a long iieck beautifully placed and a neat head carried high till he gets into action when he drops it anil attends strictly to business Baladins hind quarters are powerful and are commencing to muscle in a way that spells power Ho js long from the pojlit of the hip to the hock Being by Ncgofoi the sire of Hotirless and from suci a dam the gelding is bred to do great things OH the flat or through the field Davis has turned down some good offers for Bnladin and says he intends taking him to his ranch in South Dakota and turning him out until September when lie will prepare him for a late fall and winter cam ¬ paign in Kentucky and Cuba Holtman lias hail to endure some goodnatured badinage for failing to find the key to Paladins speed but John Vard and Roscoe Goose aw both apt Horsemen aiid the secret would appear to be that Baladins heritage of speed aiid staying qualities are manifesting themselves as a result of the bodv building process JOiijj delayed Damask And His Antecedents: Louisiana Derby Winner a St. Simon Horse, but Also Carries in His Veins the Most Successful and Potent American Lines of Breeding. Exile DAMASK AND HIS ANTECEDENTS LOUISIANA DERBY WINNER A ST SIMON HORSE BUT ALSO CARRIES IN HIS VEINS THE MOST SUC ¬ CESSFUL AND POTENT AMERICAN LINES OF BREEDING The Louisiana Derby the first of the races run in the JJnitcd States under the name of Derby was won last Wednesday by Mr II P Whitneys homebred Damask a brown son of All Gold Crinoline II by Broomstick Last November when racing at Pimlico Damask beat a more than good band for the Juvenile Handicap Among the beaten ones were Kinnoul and Carmandale Discussing the race afterwards with trainer James Rowe I ventured the remark that in Damask he appeared to have a colt of more than ordinary racinp merit and was told that fellow has a possible chance for next years Kentucky Derby1 Stranger things have happened than that Damask should in fact win the big Kentucky race at all events he will have condition on his side which from all accounts will be lacking in the eastern contingent on account of the inclemency of the weather Louisville trained horses however are from all reports more advanced and at Louisville I understand are quar ¬ tered the recent SimmsOIivcr purchase Prince Pal and Mr G W Lofts pair On Watch and Donnacona These I hope to be able to run down and interview during the course of the next few weeks Damasks sire All Gold a chestnut son of Persimmon Dame dOr by Bend Or had not up to the appearance of Damask attained to any particular success as a sire There is a prejudice I know against chestnut sons of Persimmon as sires more on account of the failure of the Ascot Gold Cup winner Zinfandel as a sire I suppose than anything and as for myself I will admit to having a decided preference for the bay and brown descendants of llu Welbeck Sultan SultanFollowing Following his Juvenile Handicap win Damask gave a rather indifferent display in the Walden making no show at all behind Dominique and Donnacona On that day however rhc All Gold colt never seemed really to take hold of his bit and there may be a queer streak in him somewhere as there is in many of the descendants of St Simon Damask is bred to improve on any form he displayed as a twoyearold and this is a point which rarely re ¬ ceives the consideration it should at the hands of those who write of horses All Gold cost Mr Whitney a pot of money as a yearling something like S14000 I think it was but the horse never did much on the race course to compensate his owner for his original outlay only winning one race and this the Newmarket Handicap of 1000 as a fouryearold All of you know what a good sire was Persimmon and of how he again headed the winning brood marc sire list last year in England All Golds dam Dame dOr is moreover sister to the best and most influential brocd mare Fairy Gold imported from England perhaps since the days of Galopade for Fairy Gold is the dam of Mr Belmonts champion Fair Play of the successful English race horse and sire Golden Measure of the Wikiup premier Friar Rock of Flittergold and Golden View dam of Rock View all of which is conclusive proof that Fairy Odd has earned for herself an everlasting niche in the equine halls of fame By the way the Friar Rock youngsters are now fast putting in an appearance at Wikiup good ones too plenty of size well formed straight and nimble nimbleAll All Gold is a member of the Maid of Masham family for which there appears to be no such thing as halt and he is bred on the plan of uniting the strains of St Simon and Bend Or which has resulted in the production of such as Sceptre Zinfandel Pommern etc etcIn In the lists of good producing mares published not long ago in Daily Racing Form I endeavored and trust in part succeeded in proving that a mares racing ability has practically nothing to do with her after success as a brood mare Damasks dam Crinoline II ran eleven races as a twoyearold in Mr Whitneys colors in England and had another try as a threeyearold but failed to score Crinoline II is by Broomstick whose daughters ar3 more than certain to attain success as brood mares Broomsticks blood lines are convincing evi ¬ dence of this for outside of his Bonnie Scotland descent his dam Elfris a daughter of Galliard u Two Thousand winner and a most successful sire in France and by Galopin Mavis by the best brood mare sire there ever was the Herod Macaroni Elfs dam Sylvabcllc was a daughter of the Deri winner and a good brood mare sire Bend Or and Sylvabelles dam St ICditha dam of St Gatien by the Herod horse Kingley Vale and this the famous Agnes family Moreover the old saying return the best blood in the dam to the best blood in the dam of the sire still holds good for in Damasks case there is a return of the Galliard of Elf to the Galliard of All Golds granddam Dame Masham Crinolines dam Petticoat is a daughter of he Herod Ahorse and good brood mare sire Hamburg and a member of that same Hanover line you seem to stand willing to sec pass out and so to Elusive by Sir Dixon to Vega by War Dance to one of the best producing marcs ever foaled on this continent the famous Ballet by Planet and this the Maria West family from which come such as the Kentucky Derby winner and all round race horse Exterminator the licet filly Regret Ben Brush Modesty the only filly to win the American Derby the international winner Rensselaer the coming young sire The Manager the Chester Cup winner David Garrick etc Oh yes Ameri ¬ can breeders of bloodstock have somcthing to be proud of in the Maria West family but as for many of the others which trace to an obscure tap root it would have been better for the turf had they never been foaled foaledDamasks Damasks victory in the Louisiana Derby is also suggestive of a St Simon boom For my part I have never been quite able to understand the nonsticcess and can give no logical reason Tor the failure of St Simon horses as sires in this country In every other land in which horse racing is carried on St Simon horses have attained to marked distinction as sires but here in the United States the only stallion of St Simon descent which is at all regular with his winners is good old Sain which though he was foaled as far back as 1894 they are a Continued on second pace DAMASK AND HIS ANTECEDENTS Continued from first page long lived race is still going strong at George J Longs Bashford Manor farm near Louis ¬ ville and what with Donnacona Prince Pal Afternoon and Damask all of them of St Simon descent vc may be in for a genuine St Simon year Galopih 3 i Vedette bay 1872 Flying Duchess Persimmon brown 1SS1 J King Tom I Adeline brown lt 03 Ilampton 10 j Lord Clifden Perdita II bay 1S72 I Lady Langdcn bay 1SS1 Hermione Young Melbourne La BoJle Helene Doneaster j Stoekwell Bend Or chestnut 1S70 Marigold chestnut 1S77 J Thormanby I Ellen Home chestnut 1SOO Galllard E j Gaiopin J brown 1SSO I Mavis I Pauline j Hermit Lady Masham i Bramble J Bonnie Scotland J brown 1S75 Ivy Leaf Broomstick I Roseville Deform Albia bay l 0l Galiiard J brown 1SSO I Mavis chestnut 1S03 j Roml Or I St Kditha Hanover 1 J Hindoo Hamburg chestnut LSS1 I Bourbon Belli Bellij brown IFellowcraft Petticoat MW j M minic Gray bay IJOtf Sir Dixon 4 j Billet bly 1SS3 Jaconet j War Dance I Ballet Imported fNo family number Havana's Last Week Here: Last Program Book of the Long Winter Meeting Distributed.; First Running of the Cuban Derby the Star Feature of the Final Day's Racing. HAVANAS LAST WEEK HERE HERELast Last Program Book of the Long LongWinter Winter Meeting Distributed First Running of the Cuban Derby the Star Feature of the Final Days Racing HAVANA Cuba March 21 The United States the last but one of the big feature races of the present meeting proved the attraction at Oriental 1ark this afternoon and proved the easiest sort of a victory for the consistent racer Cromwell which picked up top weight made all the pace and won in a canter The distance was a miles ad an eighth for a purse of XlUOO This was Cromwells last race Tor the winter When he galloped to the stand he received a rousing reception from the large following ho gathered here during the winter races racesThis This afternoons race was run over a sloppy track Heavy rains set in about one oclock and changed the footing which was responsible for the numerous withdrawals withdrawalsMeliora Meliora which beat some fair sprinters in the fourth race was the easiest winner to score all winter winterII II K Davis furnished two of the afternoons winners in May Craig and Ooldcn Chance the horses winning the first and third respectively respectivelyAt At a sale of horses held in the paddock after Saturdays races the following horses were sold Sister Susie to the Armonia Stable Crasmere to Armonia Stable Tranby to 1 C Itoggess VhSez to 11 llaxter Jaeksnipo to Miguel Carcos and Iackroo to L C Carbounel CarbounelThe The Armonia Stable bought the good selling plater Pomcreno from U II Itaxtor at private sale for SO The Armonia Stable also purchased on private terms from J W Tangle the promis ¬ ing twoyearold filly Aiken by 1eter 1an Kasy Street StreetWilliams Williams 1ros stable which is in charge of Iete Williams will be shipped to Imiiisrille to ¬ morrow The shipment includes Iron Cross II Dr Kae Money Crace Star Itaby Little Mareh mont and Iucinda The stable has enjoyed a most profitable winter season having earned a total of i5 7r 7rThe The saddle work of jockey F Wilson is Inginning to attract attention His services are now in big dem tnd The lad rode his first winner just ten days ago and since that time has ridden twelve other winners The boy is under the wing of Kay Sponeo who has developed many good riders He will take Wilson to Kentucky with him himThe The program biok for the final week of the Ha ¬ vana meeting made its appearance yesterday the main event of the week being the Cuban Derby with 10000 added Tin1 race will have its iu iingural running next Sunday the closing day This race will serve as a fitting feature of the meetings windnp windnpSPORTS SPORTS OTHER THAN RACING RACINGThe The committee at Camp Columbia in charge of the special contests to be decided at the track Monday Roosevelt Memorial Day have completed in interesting program and ought to attract that day the largest assemblage that was ever brough together at the Marianao course Col Engcnio Silva commandant at Camp Columbia will act iss associate steward in all the army contests The hnrdh race will be run promptly at 1 oclock followed by a pony race at 111 At U40 a regu ¬ lar running race at a race for officers Immediately after this event a column of 4 MI troops from Camp Columbia comprising infantry iavalry and signal corps under the command of Maj K Delgado will make camp in the center jf the field The troops will be accompanied by their own band while the marine hand will play in the grandstand After the last race the troops ivill be attacked by airplanes from Camp Co ¬ lumbia Tlii attack will be repulsed by other lirplanes from Camp Columbia after which the iitiro column will break camp and pass in review in the track in front of tin grandstand The ifficors race promises to be one of the days most interesting events the distance liing five mil a half furlongs and the weights 111 pounds poundsW W Cargan has bought from J W Tangle the twoyearold filly Quarantine by Teler Pan riorence for a private consideration Tangle de lares till filly tin largest and handsomest ever icon She has shown some fast trials over tin ocal track trackJockey Jockey I McCrann left today for Now York vhere he will join the stable of his employer I V Korman KormanKiku Kiku who beat a good band of tailors in the nba Handicap a few days ago came back again Saturday afternoon when she won the American Handicap Kiku came from behind in a driving inlsh and beat Different Eyes by a half length The pace was fast from the start the winner mining the distance in 1112 1112Jockey Jockey Carner who had the mount on Kiku vas suspended for five days for rough riding lockey Chia vet ta was also suspended for five days or rough riding in the fourth race of Saturday SaturdayPresent Present indications call for no more rain and if s expected the track will bo fast again for to normws racing and other sports Volume Of 1919 British Racing VOLUME OF 1919 BRITISH RACING From the current number of the Knglish Racing Calendar the following interesting facts about the volume of 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Pierrot Magic Mirrtir May MayManlsby Manlsby 5 Sister Susie John Jr Phedodcn Presumption i Timothy 1 Ilogau Great Gull ManoUin Litho Litholiek liek Bradley Horses Go To Lexington BRADLEY HORSES GO TO LEXINGTON LEXINGTON Ky March 21 Colonel Edward Rilcy Bradleys string of racers was today trans ¬ ferred from Idle Hour Stock Farm to the Ken ¬ tucky Jockey Club track where they art to finish their preparation for the spring racing in this state under the eye and direction of the capable trainer Dick Thompson who lias been with them at the farm all winter receiving the juvenile members of the string from Manager Barry Shan ¬ non who broke them last fall The older members of the string are Pelieve Me Girls Blushing Rtuiuty and Bulldoze The threeyearolds are By Golly and Rest Pal both eligible to the ICen tucky Derby Reaming Beauty Brotherly Iove Rotter Believe and the fast filly Busy Signal winner of the Golden Rod Stakes at Churchill Downs last mtumn The twoyearolds are Black Servant brother to Miss Jemima blk o by Black Toney dam Vaila VailaBit Bit of Green b f by Cunard Santa Anna II IIRelievo Relievo Idle Hour cli f by Cunard Love Not NotBalance Balance Wheel b by Ren Brush Whisk Broom BroomBehave Behave Yourself b c by Marathon Miss Ring ¬ lets Hoi Iteration b c by Helmet Follies Hcrjjercs HcrjjercsBrown Brown Check br c by Black Toney Rcnanet RcnanetBlowing Blowing Bubbles oh e by Cunard Macaroon MacaroonBlonde Blonde Buddy cli c by Cunard May Bird BirdGallaher Gallaher Brothers hare been awarded names for nil of their twoyearolds with the exception of the oiv1 colt bv Dick Finnell Mileage sister to Mad 5ip iliim of Mad Matter The names are Black Rook br e bv Rock View Mil May Pongee b f Kv Rock View Centre Shot Old Chap oh e by jiek Atklit Royul Child Zaincr b c by Jack Atkhi llols KaVaiiaugif and Frivol b f by Trap Rock Little Sister Stake Races For Canadian Horses: Nominations to the Breeders' Stakes and the Maple Leaf Stakes to Be Run Next Year. STAKE RACES FOR CANADIAN HORSES Nominations to the Breeders Stakes and the Maple Leaf Stakes to Be Run Next Year Entries in two Toronto stake races which will be run in 1121 and which are exclusively for Canadian foaled horses furnish an interesting ex ¬ hibit of diversified breeding and are as follows followsBreeders Breeders Stakes StakesBreeders Breeders Stakes For threeyearolds foaled in the Dominion of Canada in lillS and owned there at time of starting with 2000 added One mile and an eighth To be run during the year 1021 as the Ontario Jockey Club may direct directD D A Boyles eh c Canadian by Galatine Helen Winter by Stalwart StalwartBrookdalo Brookdalo Stables b War Fox by Red Fox II Lady Curzoii by Plaudit PlauditRrookdale Rrookdale Stables br e Hcrcndesy by Heresy Depends by The Friar FriarRrookdalc Rrookdalc Stables b c Nomis by Red Fox II or Tlppccaiico Elfain by Sain SainBrookdale Brookdale Stables b c Resarf by Red Fox II or Tippecanoe The Belle of Mayfair by Pride PrideBrookdale Brookdale Stable b c War Canoe by Tippe ¬ canoe Grandma II by Riiey RiieyE E Clanceys b c OBryan by Charlie Gilbert Orion by Star Shoot ShootWilfred Wilfred Davies In f South Shore by Urme Shore Southern Maid by Plaudit PlauditWilfred Wilfred Davies cli f Fuse by Calgary Sky Rocket by Star Shoot ShootWilfred Wilfred Davies oh f Witch Flower by Calgary Gold Bud by Ailes dOr dOrWilfred Wilfred Davies oh f Bell Joy by Calgary Fair Annie by Hawkswick HawkswickWilfred Wilfred Davios oh g Broadview by First Sight Loupania by Kapanga colt C E Delines b f Enikd by Plaudmore Mater by Fatherless FatherlessJoseph Joseph H Doanes oh o Bloor by Plandmorc Rridoon by Hastings II Giddings oh c Royal AMsitor by Hearts of Oak My Honey by Yo el Key KeyH H Giddings oh g Chief Sponsor by Hearts of Oak Widow Wise by Bassetlaw BassetlawH H Giddings b g Oakling by Hearts of Oak Lady Rctz by Hanover HanoverII II Giddings br f Heath Bell by Hearts of Oak Bnrdette by Plaudit PlauditJ J G Gormans cli f Martha Collins by Rowling Prook or Kingship Calumny by Armeath II IIGeorge George M Ilondrics cli c Shoulder Arms by Charles Edward Sliimonese by Martimas MartimasSir Sir John Hcndries b or br c Orient Bay by Charles Edward Miccosukie by Hamburg HamburgSir Sir John Hendries oh f Landless by Charles Edward Moki Land by Sleipner SleipnerEdward Edward Kennedys br o Eddie K by Dorante Mabel Hito by Rannockburn RannockburnMrs Mrs L Livingstons b g Kjoksy Wicksy by Stanhope II Kermess by Gigantcuni GigantcuniMrs Mrs L Livingstons b g Spear Half by Stan ¬ hope II Simlah by Armeath II IIMrs Mrs L Livingstons br f Moll Clltpurse by Stanhope II Missing Link by Isidor IsidorMrs Mrs L Livingstons b f Flea by Stanhope II Flagging Spirit by Ildrim Airs L Livingstons oh f Mouse Ear by Gala tine Marylmd by Armeath II IIMrs Mrs L Livingstons b f Heartease by Stan ¬ hope II Hebe by Giganteuiu GiganteuiuMaple Maple Leaf Stables oh o Gay Kap by Aniner Gay Dora by Kapanga colt coltR R Nowells gr f Greybourne by Aniner Grey Nun by Prince of Melbourne MelbourneSeagram Seagram Stables b c Galiow Berry by Gala tine Kate Kittleberry by Cerasus CerasusSeagram Seagram Stables b o War Tank by Inferno Galieia by Galatine GalatineSeagram Seagram Stables br o Blarney Roy by Gala tine Sweet Colleen by Havoc HavocSeagrain Seagrain Stables b f Gallipot by Galatine Royal China by Worcester WorcesterSeagram Seagram Stables b f Steeple by Galatine Church Bell by Burgomaster BurgomasterL L Simons b o Frances Britton by Aniner Puritan Lass by Ypsilanti II IIMaple Maple Leaf Stakes StakesMaple Maple Leaf Stakes For threeyearold fillies foaled in the Dominion of Canada in 11S and owned there at the time of starting 5 to accom ¬ pany entry and 10 additional to start with 2000 added of which 100 to second horse and 210 to third The breeder of the winner to receive ilW Une mile and a sixteenth To be run during the year lOLl as the Ontario Jockey cfub may direct directRookdale Rookdale Stables oh f Fox Haven by Tippe ¬ canoe Bella Fox by Red Fox FoxRrookdale Rrookdale Stabis Ijr f Roconnuisance by Heresy Flying Bess by Courtown CourtownWilfred Wilfred Davies br f South Shore by Orme Shore Southern Maid by Plaudit PlauditWilfred Wilfred Davies oh f Fuse by Calgary Sky Rocket by Star Slioot SliootWilfred Wilfred Davies oh f Witch Flower by Calgary Gold Bud by Ailes dOr dOrWilfred Wilfred Davies oh f Bell Joy by Calgary Fair Annie by Hawkswiek HawkswiekC C E Delines li f Eniled by Plaudmore Mater bv Fatherless FatherlessII II iJiddlnss br f Heath Bell by Hearts of Oak Burdette by Plaudit 1 G Gormans eh f Martha Collins by Bowl iiig Brook or Kingship Calumny by Armeath II IIJ J Hendricks b f Norma J by Win Wright Rlnmina by Plaudit PlauditSir Sir John Homlries oh f Landless by Charles Edward Moki Land by Sleipner SleipnerMrs Mrs L Livingstons br f Moll Clltpurse by Stanhope II Missing Link by Isidor IsidorMrs Mrs L Livingstons b f Flea by Stanhope H HFlagging Flagging Spirt by Ildrim IldrimMrs Mrs L Livingstons b f Heartsease by Stan ¬ hope II Hebe by Giganteuni GiganteuniMrs Mrs L Livingston oh f Mouse Ear by Gala tine Marybud by Arnieath II IIMrs Mrs L Livingstons ch f Ragged Robin by Kingship Aurora Raby by Armeath II IIR R Newell gr f Groyboninc by Anmor Grey Nun by Prince of Melbourne MelbourneSeagram Seagram Stables 1C f Gallipot by Gahitine Koval China by Worcester WorcesterSeagram Seagram Stables b f Steeple by Galatine Church Bcjl btv Burgomaster Havana Meeting Highly Profitable: Destination of the Owners, Horses, Riders and Officials Soon to Depart Northward. HAVANA MEETING HIGHLY PROFITABLE PROFITABLEDestination Destination of the Owners Horses Riaers and Officials Soon to Depart Northward HAVANA Cuba March 1M Only a few days more remain of the present highly successful season of racing at Oriental Park and next Sunday March 2S the curtain will be rung down on the longest and by all odds the best meeting ever given on the island of Cuba Some idea of the manner in which the present meeting overshadows those that have preceded it may be gleaned when it is stated that the amount of money handled In the parimntuels Sunday March 11 when the jiKUMH Grand National Handicap was decided was twice as great as the amount handled on the biggest day of the preceding mooting The attendance ligures on the day in question also overtopped anything recorded in for ¬ mer years and reached a Jiew record for the track The crowd which included the President and his cabinet ollieers and people prominent in the business anil social life of the Cuban capital was estimated as being close to 15010 15010These These ligiiros will probably be surpassed on the closing day when the 10000 Cuban Derby will have its inaugural running Interest in this stake which will be over the distance of a mile and an eighth is already at high pitch among all classes of turf enthusiasts Its running will come as a lilting climax to a most successful meeting This stake had originally thirtythree nominations but declara ¬ tions have reduced the number of eligibles t twenty Present indications iioint to Senor A H Diaz line colt Blue Wrack as tin most probable favorite His victory over older horses in the Grand National entitles him to the distinction of being re ¬ garded as the most probable winner lie will be opposed by Ilerron Mile Dazio Black Prince Hor ¬ ace Iercli Orleans Cjrl and Eubih F The lirst two named appear to be the Diaz colts strongest rivals rivalsThe The removal of horses has ilreaily begun the Bowie track being the objective of most of them First to go are the small stables that will be raced at the early Maryland meeting The larger etab lisluiicntK however are junniining hero until the lose Kay Spence who had intended shipping the W V Thraves horses last week has reconsidered his decision and will remain until the end to saddle Mile Dazie for Mr Thraves in the Cuban Derby Pete Williams is another who has delayed his leave taking beyond the time originally planned plannedKentucky Kentucky will be the objective point of most of the important stables as well as a great majority of the riders Cannody the sensational develop ¬ ment of the meeting who leads the winning riders in America will probably go to Kentucky to ride as he will there be entitled to the apprentice allow ¬ ance He has already ridden more than one hundred winners at this meeting a feat never before accom ¬ plished here by an apprentice rider Jockey T Murray who was the riding1 riding1find find of 11111 and who is second to Cannody in the list of winning riders liere will go to Kentucky with the stable of Kay Spence Kcdoris Harry Garner Chiuvetta Eddie Bariies and F Hunt will also go to Kentucky to ride Mountain and Piekens are the best of the boys who will go to Maryland MarylandJudges Judges W II Shelley and C J Fitz Gerald will depart for their respective homes the day following the meetings close Shelley has already outlined his program for the Lexington meeting and will soon start work on the Churchill Downs nrogram book Ed Jasper who lias tilled the dual role of clerk of the scales and entry clerk will leave for his home iii Cincinnati lie is already assured of the position of entry clerk under Will Shelley on the Kentucky tracks Racing Secretary M Nathanson will remain for tiie automobile races and afterward go to his home in Chicago In all probability lie will not be associated in any capacity with any Canadian tracks the coming racing season General Manager Frank Rrnen will remain here for the annual meeting of the club early in April after which he will take a brief vacation in the Tnited States Starter Jim Milton will leave here in time to begin work at the Havre de Grace meeting His appointment as starter at Pimlico was well received by horsemen here Autobiography Of A Famous Trainer: John Porter's Own Story of His Connection with Ormonde and Other Grand Racers. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A FAMOUS TRAINER John Porters Own Story of His Connection with Ormonde and Other Grand Racers Truly a Iwok to captivate the mind of any lover of turf literature of the highest type is John Porter of Kingsclere an Autobiography This delightful wealth of reminiscence was as its title page sets out written in collaboration with Edward Moorjiouso The editorial supervision of the latter accomplished writer had much to do with the di ¬ rectness and simplicity with which the story of one of the greatest trainers of all time is told One thing he was always greatly pleased with was this thisIn In 18S the Prince of Wales as he then was sent some horses to John Porter of Kingsclere the great English trainer upon the recommendation of Lord Alington Porter it was who persuaded King Ed ¬ ward to buy that great brood mare Perdita II Mr David Falconer a Mark Lane jute broker who raced as Mr Renholin owned her and asked 11 thousand guineas for her Porter liked the look of hur although she was angular but she looked like a likely brood matron matronIn In his autobiography Porter writes writesI I had to see the Prince that morning in his room at the Jockey Club I told him about Perdita II and that I had seen her herThey They are asking a thousand for her sir but I may be able to get her for a little less The Prince asked me whether I thought she would do for his stud and I said yes Then said the Prince you can buy her if you oan get her for nine hundred When Sir Diglrton Probyu was handing over the money to me he said You will ruin the Prince if yon go on buying these thoroughbreds What a bargain Pordita II turned 1 Perdita II became a perfect gold ¬ mine The Prince some years after he had become King said to me When yon bought her voti as gooil as made me u present of a quarter of a million of money King Edward had all his racing for nothing The produce of Perdita II won twentysix races worth ii4li5 including Persimmons S173530 Diamond Jubilees SM5i5 and Florizel IIs 30200 AVhen at the stud those three horses earned about S7 S7iUOOtl iUOOtl in fees Diamond Jubilee was sold to the Argentine for 1 1i i Miitt and Samlringham another sou went to the United States And so we get at the quarter of a million which King Edward calculated he had realized by the aid of the produce of that game little mare we saw win at Chester jiltout the time that real old slave Whipperin the Kingsclere trial horse was winning races every year on the ancient soup plate course courseSubsequent Subsequent chapters in this autobiography deal with that luckless horse Friars RaNam with Sain ¬ foin and Common Urine and La Floeho Throstle Jind Matchbox and of course Flying Fox Porter declares Urine to lie seven pounds to ten pounds behind his sire Ormonde He does not hold any exalted ideas of the merits of Flying Fox I have always thought he wiis i ood horse It may be he was not so wonderful as we were at the time inclined to think The sale of the Eaton horse is well told and cornhides with the comment that what was Mr Sievicrs good luck was our mis ¬ fortune fortuneAs As showing how charmingly John Porter writes and how deeply he goes into the subject of blood lines followingI and their values we quote the following I have always looked upon Hermit as a good Derby winner but he might have failed had not Captain Maehell been compelled to give him an easy timv for ten days or so owing to the breaking of a blood vessel Hermit was a delicate horse and did not reqnjrc much work This was the case with most of Xewniinsters sons and daughters daughtersIt It used to be the fashion in those dnvs and not without reason to impose Newminstor blood on that of Stoekwell or vice versa The Rirdeatehers often had cnrby hocks descendants of Touchstone Touchstonevery very seld had a curb Oh the other hand many manyof of the Touchstones had straight shoulders and not the best of forelegs defects which the Rlrdoatchors rarely displayed The offspring of Stoekwell were much hardier than those of Newminster NewminsterAs As a rule a mare by Stoekwell was a far better mother than u mare by owniinstor The former had a great supply of milk This is a characteristic which Bend Or a grandson of Stoekwell transmit ¬ ted to his daughters and a verv valuable one it is isIn In 1W S the Duke of Portlands horses went to Kingsclere to be trained and the autobiography re ¬ calls stories of La Rothe William the Third the closing years at Kingsclere and the laying of the Nowhiiry race course i scheme upon which Mr Porter staked his good name and fortune when his training days were over The appendix to the book is full of entrancing figures For Sir Joseph Hawley John Porter won 115 races worth 317885 for Mr F Gretton 1 15 races worth SlSS5i for Mr John Gretton 55 races worth 5SVMI for Lord Alington and Sir F Johnstonc lit races worth il77 t for the late Duke of Westminster 210 races worth SI 23 1720 for the late King Ed ¬ ward IS races worth S33SII for Mr W Low I7 races worth S132C70 for Mr Francis Alexander 33 races worth 58 25 for the late Raron llirsch 30 races worth X221155 for Lord Crewe races worth S55C 5 for the Duke of Portland IS races worth 257045 and for the present Duke of West ¬ minster U races valued at 15120 15120All All told John Porters 425 successful horses won 10IKJ races valued at 31500105 and add to that the sums credited to horses that were placed second and third to wit 337810 we arrive at a grand total of 53 27015 Seven times did John Porters horses win the Derby thrice the Oaks six times the St Leger five times the Two Thousand Guineas and twice the One Thousand Guineas GuineasTli Tli ere is not a word of malice in the book a wonderful story of a life which knew its mo ¬ ments of anguish as well as its mills of great joy The misty morning that Porter first heard Ormonde make a whistling noise must have been the dark ¬ est day In the career of one who served his em ¬ ployers so well so faithfully and so zealously This autobiography is a great book bookThis This remarkable contribution to turf history is published in London by Grant Richards Ltd St Martins St and would cost an American buyer Thirty Leading American Jockeys THIRTY LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS At Havana last week riders F Wilson and F Chiavetta were fortunate enough to ride the winners of seven races Wilsons feat bringing the lad into the list of thirty most successful winners Next to this pair were H Garner at Havana and C McCorkle at Tijuana with five winning mounts each I Connelly P Martinez and R Pinnegar at Tijuana and A Pick us at Havana did well with four each Before Ie ving for his home and a rest leader 1 Cannody ai led two to his imposing list of races won and seei is to be destined to remain in his present position fir a long time to come In ¬ cluding Saturdays n cing the 1020 riding records of the thirty leading riders are now nowJockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PCLW PCLWCannody Cannody J 320 82 r5 53 l O 25 2 2Wida Wida S 27i 45 li 34 135 15 3 3Coltiletti Coltiletti F 178 42 37 27 72 24 0 0Murray Murray T 173 30 30 21 S3 22 2 2Council Council v I 127 33 11 Lyke L 114 28 28Stack Stack G 170 2i 23 21 100 15 0 0Thurbor Thurbor 11 Kit 25 21 10 05 15 0 0Rodriguez Rodriguez J 158 24 25 2 00 14 3 Ambrose E Diiggan C 15 15Chiavetta Chiavetta F 15 15Barnes Barnes E 141 141Martinez Martinez P 125 Pinnegar P 81 21 10 H 3 25 1 McCorkle C 110 20 17 Hi 17 Lowe R 113 20 1C 12 H 3 3Piekens Piekens A 0 i 10 22 15 3 20 4 4Garner Garner II 115 15 II 12 73 14 5 5Riohoreek Riohoreek A JS2 15 21 31 112 OS 0 Collins A 1151 15 17 21 10JJ 00 0 0Ryan Ryan R 10S 14 Pierce J 130 14 18 22 S5 10 0 0Kederis Kederis J 00 14 15 11 54 It 0 0Mbonor Mbonor J 175 14 13 IS 131 OS 0 0Brown Brown W 115 14 S 15 77 12 2 2Cross Cross C 87 13 17 17 lit 15 2 2rump rump W Si 13 12 10 51 15 0 Hunt F 130 12 15 15 87 00 0 Fntor E SI 12 11 14 44 15 0 0Wilson Wilson r g 12 s o vtf flu 7 Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA SUNDAY MARCH 21 1920 Oriental Park One hundred and third day CubaAmer ¬ ican Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather raining temperature 70 Presiding Steward C T Fitz GerAld Presiding Judge W II Shelley Starler James Millon Rac ing Secretary Martin Nathanson Rncing starts at 230 p TO Chicago time 200 p m W indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Purse 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt Vi 5i Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O U C P 45418 MAY CRAIG wi3 91 S fi fi4S35V1RGIE 7 2 21 1 F Hunt H E Davis 4S35V1RGIE LEE wi3 97 4 5 5403S2 51 4 3 2 F AVilnon P Setty Settyl 403S2 HAHELXCT fill2 U 1 14037iAAIX l x U 15 31 A Tryon A Tempest Tempestfint 4037iAAIX CHICK w 3 104 5 S fint 7i 5 4 W Jarrell J S Baldwin 10300 SHIRO w 5 110 3 3 4 2 4 = 51 C White J C Boggess BoggessI1 7 S 8 3 S I C3Sn FLYING DART w 5 103 2 2 I1 u G fi = P Lux C R Smith 10 10 10 4 2 45300 HERSELF v 3 94 fi 9 9 9 7 J Fletcher C E St Clair ClairS3 20 20 20 S 4 1542 P AND STEALER w 3 ° 94 7 7 7415429AADA S3 S1 7 S S1 L Woods A Gascoigne 4 5 5 2 1 1415429AADA 415429AADA BELLE w 5 510S 10S 1 4 3 fi1 S1 9 T Murray J OSullIvan 3 3 3 G5 35 35Time Time 25 50 103 110 Track sloppy sloppyS2 S2 mutuels paid May Craig 1580 straiight 770 place 340 show Airgie Lee 870 place 440 how llaizelnut 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds May Craig 590 to 100 straiight 2S5 to 100 place 70 to 100 show Airgie Lee 335 to 100 plaice 120 to 100 show llayelnut 50 lo 100 show showAV AV inner Ch f by Master Robert False Sight by Deceiver trained by It E Davis bred by Messrs John D Can Pro ProWent Went to post ait 219 At post 1 minute Stairt good and slow AVon eaisily second and third driv ¬ ing MAY CRAIG wais outpaced in the eairly running but worked her way up on the outside aind finish ¬ ing fast in the middle of the track won going away VIRGIE LEE saved ground on all the turns and finished gamely IIAELNlT tired after racing into ai clear lead SHIRO quit in the laist quairter A ADA BELLE ran poorly poorlyScutched Scutched 15352 Farnuin 105 45322 Alileaiiiu 102 40429 Frederick Miller 109 109Overweights Overweights Virgie Lee 3 pounds Aalin Chick 5 SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 1055 5 102 Purse 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners TCXES FAVOR w 4 10 i 3 2 I5 I5il5AMBASSADOR 1 5AMI5ASSADOR III w 4 104 S r fi 5 = 5l 4 2 E AtkinsnC K Moore 21 3 3 fi5 35 35JG352FELICIDAD JG352FELICIDAD wi fi 10fi 2 4 41 Il fi3 3 II Boyd AV J Press S S S 3 S5 154 34 THE KNOB WP 5 105 77 8 71 7 41 VY Jarrell D Raymond 3 3 3 C5 35 35JIS397BEX JIS397BEX BUTLER 4102 4 5 2 3l 51 5s J Fletcher G P Sherman 4 5 5 2 1 1 0 = LUCIE MAY w 3 U 5 1 1 = 2k fi1 F Hunt N K Beal 21 21 2 45 25 40303 SOPHIE K w 5 10S 1 3 31 2 t in 73 AV Taiylor H Herron S S S 3 S5 S5oh2XAOMl oh2XAOMl AVALTOX wi 5 107 fi S C = S S S F AVilson II A Cotton 10 10 10 4 2 Time 25 50 103 111 Track sloppy 82 mutuels paid Fortunes Favor 2120 straight 780 place 510 show Ambassador III 490 d e 340 show Felicidad 540 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Fortunes Favor 950 to 100 straight 290 to 100 place 155 to 100 show Amlassaidor III 115 to 100 place 7O to 110 show Felicidad L20 to 100 show showWinner Winner B f by Ormondale Paimehi by Hainiburg trained by L 1 Haik bred by Mr John E Mr hlrii hlriiWent Went to post at 245 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing FORTUNES FAAOR dropped back in the early running but closed a gaip with a rush in the last n airier and won going away AMBASSADOR 111 saved ground when entering the stretch and made ai f st finish FELICIDAD rain well in the going THE SNOB finished with ai rush LCCIE MAY set a i toil pace but made a wide turn when entering the stretch and lost ground groundScratched Scratched l5432Rockaree 95 40353 AVeymouth Girl 100 452S9 Stelcliff 105 105Overweights Overweights Fortunes Favor 1 Ji pounds Lucie Maiy 2 Felicidaid 4 THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Purse 600 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Vi i Str Fin Jockeys Owners o n o P l323eGOLDEX CHANCE w 10r 4 1 1Jfi45 41 1 I1 1 = 1 W Jarrell H E Davis DavisI1 75 S5 S5 25 out Jfi45 ° HELEX ATK1X wi 5 IOC 1 4 I1 3 l 2 W Brown G Holmes HolmesW 45 1 1 13 out tfiiRl QLIX wit G 110 3 5 W 21 21 37 W Tavlor P Mock 5 5 5 S5 out 93ilXAR w r 105 2 3 21 4 4 4i A Tryon A Gascoipne fi fi fi 2 out 55141 COL HARRISON s 4 107 a 2 5 5 5 5 A Finley L Laushlin Time 26 50 110 Track sloppy 2 mutuels paid Golden Chance 1070 straiight 410 plaice Helen Atkin 420 place no show mu ¬ tuels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Golden Chance 435 to 100 straight 105 to 100 place Helen Atkin 110 to 100 place placeWinner Winner B g by Xal Bernaiise by Scmpronius traiined by H E Davis bred by Mr AVilliam Gerst GerstAent Aent to post ait 311 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won cantering second and third driving GOLDEN CHANCE raced into the lead on the last turn and drew away in the laist eighth then rain away two miles after the race HELEN ATKIN ran well and passed QlIN in the last sixteenth The latter ailso ran away two miles after the race 4NAR showed speed but quit quitScratched Scratched 40304Premiiim 108 4ii417Encore 10S 4i41Maiy Maiulsby 103 4l4433Magic Mirror 105 45145 Bagdadine IDS Af trfCy FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1820 111 6 102 Purse 600 3yearolds 4fOJb and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U z 1 Str Fin Jockeys Owners OH O P 10355 MELIORA A fi 100 3 2 1s 1s I1 A Finley Kentmere F Sta 1 1 45 25 15 15355 ED GARRISON fi S a 5 5l 02 p Lux AV Peuchter l 12i = WALTER MACK 5 105 1 3U F Hunt J C Mayes a 5 5 2 1 4itI7MIKE DINON 4 94 fi 1 145598MARX 4B 1 Fletcher TJ E Graham 444 S5 45 45598MARX HOLLIXS I lOfi 2 4 M MounfnC 1C Moore 4 4 s5 45 J J0232 FOSTER EM BRY It t 4 10J 4 fi fi 5 fi fi AV Janvll J Caballomal 444 S5 8545 8545Time 45 Time 24 48 115 Track sloppy 2 mutuels paid Meliora 420 straight 300 plaice 250 show Ed Garrison 390 plaice 300 show Waller Mauk 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Meliora 110 to 100 straight 50 to 100 place 25 to 10J show Ed Garrison 95 to 100 place 50 to 100 show Walter Mack 50 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch m by ritimus Altiorai by Lamplighter traiined by II J Kennedy bred by Estate of Mrs E L Isreal IsrealWent Went to post ait 335 At post 2 minutes Stairt good and slow Won cantering second and third driving MEL1OUA raiced into the lead on the tuiii out of the backstretch and drawing far away was eaised up through the last sixteenth ED GARRISON ran well and easily disposed of WALTER MACK in the last eighth The latter set a fast early pace and tired badly MARION 1IOLLINS was eased up when she tired MIKE DIXON and FOSTER EMBRY ran much below their recent good form formScratched Scratched 15355 Hocnir 10S 10SOverweights Overweights Ed Garrison 1 pound IftiTQ FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles Jan 18 1920 1505 6 105 Purse 1200 3year JbOTC O olds and upward Handicap Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt StrFin Jockeys Owners o n o P IGSOOaOROMWELL wn 4 125 4 1 Il 1 = 1 1 Is At MounfnC K Moore 71071071015 out l520BALADIX w 5 107 134 3i 35 3 2i F Wilson H E Davis 3 3 1 out li332HlBBtn wit 7 108 3 4 21 25 2 21 s E AtkinsnW 1 Press tC3 G5 fi5 14 out 45355 IIAXIC ODAY wi S 10n 2 2 3 4 4 4 4 T Murray W J Press fi fi5 55 14 out outCoupled Coupled in betting no separate place or show betting bettingTime Time 25 50 117 145200 Track sloppy sloppyS2 S2 mutuels paid Cromwell 370 straiight no plaice or show mutuels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Cromwell S5 to 100 straight straightWinner Winner Blk g bv Plaudit Affect by His Highness trained by C K Moore bred by Mr John II Mortis MortisWent Went to post ait 35S At post 1 minute Stairt good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing CROMWELL set ai good pace from the stairt and drawing away in the stretch won in a canter RALADIN finished gamely and outstaiyed lirBBlR for second place IIlBBIP raced in closest pursuit to the stretch and tired HANK ODAY tired badly and was eased up upScratched Scratched 15133 lolrte 102 45355 Buford 10S SIXTH RACE 1 116 Miles Feb 3 1918 l44l5 3 92 Purse 600 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPStVi V = J Sir Fin Jockeys O II O P 154 123AVILL SOOX wr a 1C a fi 2s 2 3 21 V AV Jarrell T S Baldwin 2 3 3 fi5 35 3504iLEOMA 04iLEOMA w H Iflil 121 = Il 11 U 21 G MangainG K Allen 10 10 S 4 2 45401 D OK SHELBY wit 114 S 7 3 3 21 3 = 31 C AVhite C Bills I 4 4 X5 lr lrKilOlHMIAXSOXTTE KilOlHMIAXSOXTTE II wl 10 4 3 52 41 4 4 4 = F limit II T Baings f 5 5 2 1 1HMO HMO I CORK w 5 10l fi I S S S fil 5 = F Wilson AV M Cairleton 2 3 3 fi 5 3n 1557 RALPH S wi 7 109 9 N 7 1C1 51 5 J A Tryoii J C Mayes 15 15 15 fi 3 3i3KOllOIC i3KOllOIC BENSON w Id 109 2 1 fi t 7 72 1 7 1 Fletcher 1 M Caisanovai 5 5 5 2 1 iillmcil TIDE wit S 10D 3 5 4 5 k fi1 X1 Ss E Atkinsllll W Buyer 10 11 10 4 = IS40 PLANTAREDE wi 4 105 7 9 9 9 9 9 W Brown II W Plaint fi fi fi 2 C5 C5Time Time 25 51 118 146 153 Track sloppy sloppyS2 S2 mutnels paid Will Soon 890 straight 570 place show Icoma 1010 place S5I show Dill of Shelby 3H show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Will Soon 3I5 to 110 straight 185 lo 100 plaice 75 to 100 show Leoma 110 to 100 place 325 to 100 show Duke of Shelby 50 lo 10 show showWinner Winner B g by Dr lcggo Yoiba bv Solitaire II trained by J S Baldwin bred by Mr Adolph B Spreckels SpreckelsWent Went to post ait 422 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same WILL SOON raiccd extremely wide on the first turn aind aigaifn when entering the homestretch but wore LEOMA down in the laist sixteenth ami got up to win in the final strides LEOMA set a gooil pace to tin last sixteenth but tired right at the end DlKE OF SHELBY ran well but ailso tired finally CHANSONNETTE II ran fairly well CORK finished fast after dropping back in the early raicing raicingScratched Scratched 4 5401 = Guide Post 107 40284 Jose de Aales 112 40429Native Soil 10S Ar7K SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile March 23 1919 138 5 105 Purse 700 1ycarolds Oi m 3 and upward Claiming Net value to winner 500 second 125 third 75 Index Horses AWtPPSt iStrFin Jockeys O H 0 P 45358 HAXDS OFF 7101 4 2 3 3 k 3 lit lh K AtkinsnJ Carvallo 15358 THE TALKER w i 4 93 7 3 7 C1 5 4 21 W Jarrell J S Baldwin 44 4 Sr 45 1 5358 GOR RUSSELL wi 10 111 1 1 11 1 31 3 W Brown E A Whitney 55521 45380 REY EXXIS 6103 5 7 5 = 41 4 2 4i J Fletcher L Crist 344 S5 4r 45431 BYRXE w t 4 7 2 42 = 2 215s 5 = 1 A Tryon AV Dondns Dondns4i223WHIPPOORAVILT 4i223WHIPPOORAVILT v 5 07 3 5 41 5 = 51 fii fi F Wilson K Spence 444 f 4 4 S5 45 15355 TROPHY wit 5 115 C 5 G3 7 7 7 7 A Pickens AV F Poison 6 5 fi 21 fi5 fi5Time Time 24 49 117 145 Track sloppy 2 mutuels paid Hands Off straiight 400 place 300 show The Talker 030 place 420 show Gordon Russell 390 show Equivalent booking odds Hands Off 240 to 100 straight 100 to 100 place 50 to 100 show The Talker 215 to 100 place HOlolOO show Gordon Russell 95 to 100 show showWinner Winner B g by Plaudit Meddling Mary by Meddler trained by J Armstrong bredby Mr Arthur P Hancock Went to post at 447 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving secondhand third the name HANDS OFF was forced wide on the first turn and when entering the slreleh but finished gamely and just managed to laist long enough to win THE TALKER saived ground when entering the homestretch and finished next to the rail GORDON RUSSELL tired after setting the pace to the stretch and racing BYRNE inlo defeat 7 7Scratched Scratched 15232 Lariat 93 4I53S1 Buster Clark 97 45421 Tokaloa March 102 45SlBierman 105 4i421Hhrlot 108 40l20Solil Rm1k10Sr40420aBuck Nail 112 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Monday March 15 1920 Fortysecond day Lower California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L Wing J W Coffroth CoffrothStarter Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary AAr AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 400 400A A fi4fi 9 First Race 38 Mile Jan 8 1916 v u 35 2 105 Purse 400 2year olds Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 Equiv Odds OddsIml Iml Horse AVr Fin Jockey Straight Straight4Gli4Ml 4Gli4Ml Mo San 11 Ink B Pinncsar 120100 Bell Squirrel 112 2 P Martinez 330100 330100435r 435r Mlss DunbarllS 3U E Pegg iUOlon iUOlon4G293Audrey 4G293Audrey A 119 C KIrschbaum 3SO100 45355 Xorth Shore 10 u1 D Connolly 570160 45154 Ethel Brown 113 6i AV Hinphy t2C10100 46355 Phelan 112 7 AV Yarley t fCoupled in betting ais C B Daniels entry 2 mutuels paid Mi Mo San 440 straight 340 place 2CO show Bell Squirrel 520 plaice 280 show Miss Dunbar 420 show showTime Time 24 37 Track fast fastWinner Winner Trowbridgc it McAtees b f by Discon ¬ tent Ida D by His Highness trained by C W Officer bred by Mr II H Trowbridge TrowbridgeWent Went to post at 200 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights North Shore 1 pound Ihelan 3 A fiAfi Q Second Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 tu uu iii3 110 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 Eqtiir Odds OddsI I ml Horse AArt Fin Jockey Straiight 40424 Striker 114 1 J DuRKain 150100 4544 l = Miss Manage 112 21 AV Hinphy 1SO100 1SO10045423Lit 45423Lit Princess 112 3 R Ryan 1120100 45240 Treowen 114 41 B Plnnepar t MlOO 45408 Xasledovati 114 f P Marline t 45422 Dick Horn 114 6l A Morgan 51CO100 45092 Satala 112 7 = G Warren t 45359 Robtilantell 114 S Anderson t t45422Dr 45422Dr Kendall 114 I C Gross 490100 490100tMutuel tMutuel field 2 mutuels paid Striker 500 straight 300 place 2150 show Miss Manage 2 0 place 220 show Little Princess 320 show showTime Time 24 49 i15ys Track fast fastAVinner AVinner AV E Parkers br g 10 by Disguise Contentious by Galore trained by AV A French bred by Mr James R Keene KeeneWent Went to post at 225 At post 1 minute Start good AVon eaisily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Dick Horn 1 pound 4fi4fi UU 4 ± Third Race 34 Mile Purse 400 Dec 2Q i9i6iii3 HO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40441 CoffieM ion I1 G Archamblt t5 t0100 100 45124 = Don Jose 10 109 2 C Duggan 100100 40405 Aon Dillon 114 33 H Tullett 320100 40423 M Franklin 114 4i AV Mclntyre 4620100 45404 D AVinfrey 109 C Buell C740100 C740100454233Foeman C740100454233Foeman 454233Foeman 114 fi1 J ZUuleaihcy 1120100 4 5335 = After Night 114 R Ryan t 45438 Capilino 109 81 E Taylor t 4 5435 T Brecktlpe 112 J R Lowe 1320100 45382 Guardsman 109 10 J Roberts 43SO100 43SO100fAlutuel fAlutuel field 2 mutuels paid Coffield field 1300 straight 400 plaice 200 show Don Jose 300 place 240 show Von Dillon 2150 show showTime Time 24 48 114 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner C P Daniels b g 4 by Modred 7 bv Sain trained by R II Daniels bred by Mr C B Daniels DanielsWent Went to post ait 251 At post 4 minutes Start good Won eaisily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Foemain I pound 4 4fiK Fourth Race 34 Mile Deo 20 1916 u rvu iii3no Purse 400 4year olds and upward Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 45337 King Dick 114 I21 B Pinnegar 70 100 45387 Reilloc 10l 2 I Martinez COO100 4 5358 = Honolulu KM 3 C DUKKHII 21GO100 45439 Toy Miss 114 4 C Gross IMOICO 45388 Cy Merrick 111 5 J McBride 700100 2 mutuels paid King Dick 340 straight 320 place 220 show Reilloc 500 place 3SO show showII II lulu 5 o show showTime Time 24 48 114 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner L H Tryons br h li by Dick Finnell Miss Peggy by Box traiined by L II Tryon bred by Mr Wailter Showalter ShowalterWent Went to post ait 317 At post 5 minutes Start good for aill but Toy Miss AAon eaisily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights King Dick 1 pound 4 fi 4 fi fi Fif th Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb tuiuu 2 1920 143 5 6 122 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straiight Straiight45I52tRutrd 45I52tRutrd Arms 114 I4 AV Mclntyre HOIOO 4542 = Metni Boy 114 2 D Connelly 400100 45423Don Dodge 114 3i AV Hinphy 70100 45425 Yenuak 114 4 = 1 T Frach 520100 52010045439Leta 45439Leta 107 5 J Roberts 120100 45405 Ktucky Boy 114 fil B PinneKar 1520100 45359 Baby Sister 112 7 C Gross 15450100 45188 Fsty Iorni114 S P Martinez 4740100 2 mutuels paid Rutland Arms 2100 straight M plaice 440 show Medford Boy 500 plaice 320 show Don Dodge 4SO show Time 23 48 114 141 lAVA Track fast fastWinner Winner M Webbs b g 5 by Thrush Lusciniai by St Simon trained by M AVebb bred by Mr Frederick Hardy HardyWent Went to i st at 343 At post 1 minute Stairt good Won eaisily second and third driving 4fi4fi7 Sixth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191C U ± UI iii 3 110 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 5300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4 OIM3Daneer Ill 11 J Robert 350100 4 4252Bon Santo 113 2 = 1 I Martinez SO100 45340 Fireplace 113 3 i R Low 1710100 454 Dolph 10i 4 = 1 Connelly 2SO100 45127 Astra ea 111 5 AV Hinphy 5120100 45303 Itellleaislll 114 AV Mclntyre W20100 Hi 102 Gen Bynj 10S BledC Gross 0100 2 mutuels paid Dancer 900 slraiight 2 0 place 2SO show Bon Saute 240 plaice 220 show Fireplaice 500 show showTime Time 24 48 114 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner R F Coppaiges b g 7 by luidor DailiDscarai by Clifford trained by O Johnson bred liy Mr lohnSanford lohnSanfordWent Went to post at 4015 At post 1 minute Start good aunl slow AV n driving second and thinl the saline salineOverweights Overweights Dolph 1 pound Astraea 1 4fi4fi Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 UT ± UO 59 3 97 Purse 400 3ycaroldS ind upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 41388 Jtai FredMc 114 1 B Pinnegnr 3ST100 40388Zlmlo 100 2 = S Smih 220100 45184 LlttIe Jake llfi 31 J JIcBridc 340100 45437 Viva 109 4l C Buell 1520100 4 405Scarpia II Ill a1 C Duggan 22GC100 45243 E Harrigain 114 Gl A lorgan 7550100 45387 Mex 115 7 = 1 D Connelly 900100 45388 Little Spider 114 8 P ilartinez 1240109 lSI28HKans Heir 103 C Gross 900100 2 mutuels paid Juainita Frederick 90 straight 520 plaice 300 show Xindo 500 laice 320 show Little Jaike 350 show showTime Time 23 485 101 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner A Smitlis b m 13 Rapid AVater raidy llildreth by Golden Gairter trained by A Smith bred by Mr J R Hensley HensleyWent Went to post ait 432 At post 7 minutes Stairt sootl AVon eaisily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Evalyri Ilarrigain 1 pound Harri ins Heir 2 Indian Whale Hunters: Pacific Coast Makahs Use Only Primitive Canoes, Lances and Spears.; Tribe Shares in All the Captures--Meat Palatable--Methods of Chase. INDIAN WHALE HUNTERS Pacific Coast Makahs Use Only Primi ¬ tive Canoes Lances and Spears Trlhe Share in All ilie Cn lnr K On the Pacific coast may be found a fast dwin ¬ dling tribe of Indians who can claim the distinction of being the only red people who hunt the leviathan of the deep the whale These Indians the Maikaihs live ait Ncaih Bay on the coast of AVashington and they hunt the whale as did the tribesmen of their native traditions in canoes their only weapons be ¬ ing the hand lance aind speair speairFair Fair up in the Arctic another prehistoric people the Eskimo ailso red of skin bunt the whale but the Eskimo is generally believed to be ai Mongol aind he hats saicrificcd sportsmanship for commercial greed aind has adopted the whaling cannon aind the explosive harpoon of the white hunter hunterThe The Maikah in contrast hunts the cetacean as did his forefathers with hand weapons matching his skill against the power of the sea mammal and when he makes ai rich catch communi7es his wealth by sharing it equally with nil members of his tribe tribeHundreds Hundreds of years aigo according to Maikah tra ¬ dition the first whale appeared off the coast Every year thereafter ais regular ais the seasons the cetaiceains appeared in December traveling soutli waird to their breeding grounds and in May heaiding northward with their young toward the icefilled reaches of the Arctic The huge whales sixty to eighty feet in length and weighing from forty to sixty tons nosed in close to the shore among the ropy kelp and often wallowed in the rolling surf The invaision of the kelp beds wais to obtain food the play in the surf evidently was to attempt to brush of lice barnacles aind other jiaraisitcs picked up during the long migrations The coming of the whales wais hailed with great jubilation It wais ai season of potlaitch great feasts and from the results of the chase the Indians were promised food aind oil to last them many moons Then was am exodus of the Maikaihs to the beaches and the squaws aind children prepared their kettles anil their raicks for curing meait while the warriors sharpened their spears and repaired their hunting gear gearThe The Maikaih when he hunts the whale uses a eainoe hewn fom a cedar log This dugout is from thirty to fifty feet in length aind carries from four to ten men The spear used is ai barbed metal point attached to a fifteenfoot pole of cured spruce Canoes seek whale in company aind ais maiiiy as ai score of the frail craft stairt out upon the hunt together each dugout equipped with sev ¬ eral 1 spears to each of which is attached several fathoms of stout rope aind one or more buoys made of the inflated skin of the seal sealHOAV HOAV WHALES ARE HUNTED AND KILLED KILLEDAVhen AVhen a whale is discovered the hunters scaitter about the spot where the maimmal hais last blown AVhen it reappears a canine stealthily approaches it for flie whaile although poor of sight hais keen ears When the canoe is near enough to the game a speair is hurled into him lie sounds or dives aind the hunters waiit for the reappearance of the buoy ait taiched to the speair When he comes up aigaiin to breathe the nearest hunter sinks ai second speair into him The spears aire too smaill to inflict mortal wounds aind usually only make the victim furious As ai result he comes up often for air and is too excited to think of swimming from the scene to escape his attacker attackerSpeair Speair after spear is driven into the panicky ami mail and the battle occupies hours sometimes n whole daiy But eventually the gaime becomes weak from the loss of blood and is dispatched with at lance driven into his heart or lungs whereupon he goes to the bottom in bis final plunge Decomposition of its instestinrs begins immediately ai whale is dead and the gaes forming expand the carcass aind bring it l the surface of the waiter in from twentyfour to fortywight hours hoursOnce Once set upon game the red hunters never leave it ailthongh heaiyy storms maiy airise aind the end of the chaise may find the canoes fair out on the oceain aind out of sight of bind AVhen a whale is caught in the surf or aimong the kelp beds his capture is simplified but more often he is attacked in deep waiter aind before the battle ends may have trav ¬ eled ai distance of fifty or sixty miles From faither to son hais come down ai story of one mighty hunter who pursued ai whale into the very lip of the Arctic before he finally killed it itAVhen AVhen the giant of the sea is at last captured the Indians tow it to shore At high tide it is draiwn upon the iHaichaind the receding tide leaves it high aind dry Then every ahlchndlcd member of the tribe including the women aind children attacks the caircaiss with knives and axes To the Indian who first sighted the whale goes tin choice of cuts cutsFirst First tin blubber is removed from tin caircaiss Then the meat is hewn out in great t slaibs and piled upon the beaich AVhen nothing remains of the whale but the skeleton the tribal chief apportions the flesh aind the fat aimong the people whereupon it is carried away to the homes of the tribesmen sufficient of the meat being saved for ai potlateh or barbecue in which the natives give themselves over to ai period of several days of feasting and cere ¬ monials in celebration of their good fortune fortuneContniry Contniry to popular belief whale meat is edible It does not have a fishy taste aim resembles beef but is more nutritious In Japan whale meat is an important item on the menu of the laboring classes aind without it the poorer workers would be unable to purchiiie meat at all It is canned by the Japa ¬ nese aind shipped aill over the empire Belair Stud Mares And Youngsters BELAIR STUD MARES AND YOUNGSTERS YOUNGSTERSWASHINGTON WASHINGTON 1 March 1 There are twentyone mares of various ages at Pelair Farm foaling this spring the most famous of them being Filande a daughter of Sardanaimle and High Flyer she by Flying Fox Lady Krrauit a Laitonia Cup win ¬ ner Medora a daughter of Rabelais and Mediant and Tradition a daughter of Coldlinch and Kcclare and a contemporary of Artful and Sysonby which were mated last spring witli Wrack Irimula a daughter f St Denis and dam of the 14500 Black Jester Stiringfoin a daughter of Sainfoin and Iat tle a winning daughter of Hastings which were mated with Celt Dixie Bird a daughter of Vulcain and Marie Frances and Daphne a daughter of Ial lot and Graeiozai and a sister of Precious which were mated with Ileno Votes a half sister of Ata lanta and Tsarina Marie Frances a reliable pro ¬ ducer and Lady Carnot a daughter of Radium which were mated with Rock View The Ielair mares will be mated this spring with Ambassador Wrack Rock View dinar Khayyam Jim CalTney and Ileno The yearlings at Rclair this spring are colls by Wrack Medora Wrack Russian Sable Ileno Naughty Ijid Ileno Daphne and Ileno Genesco and lillies by Wrack Voles and Itock View ViewArrowshaft Arrowshaft The Ileno Naughty Lad uoll is a brother of the fast lie Will English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates Days DaysNottingham Nottingham Spring Monday March 20 2 2Kcnipton Kcnipton Pairk Easier Monday April 1 1Newcastle Newcastle Spring Monday April 5 Newbury Spring Friday April It Newmarket Craven Tuesday April 115 15 15Epsom Epsom Spring Tuesday April HO Newmarket First Spring Tuesday April 27 4 4Chester Chester Tuesday May 4 3 3Kempton Kempton 1ark Spring Friday May 7 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second Spring Tuesday May 11 3 3Manchester Manchester Whitsuntide Wednesday May 25 4 4Iipom Iipom Summer Derby and Oaks Tuesday TuesdayJune June 1 4 4Newbury Newbury Summer Wednesday June 9 Ascot Tuesday June 15 4 4Newcastle Newcastle Summer Tuesdas June 22 3 3Newmarket Newmarket First July Tuesday June 2l 4 4Nottingham Nottingham July Monday July 5 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second July Tuesday July 13 3 3Sandown Sandown 1ark Eclipse Friday July Hi 2 2Liverpool Liverpool July Wednesday July 21 3 3Goodwood Goodwood Tuesday July 27 4 4Brighton Brighton August Tuesday August 3 3 3Nottingham Nottingham Summer Monday August 9 2 2Stockton Stockton Summer Tuesday August 17 York August Tuesday August 24 3 3Derby Derby Summer Tuesday August 31 3 3Niwbury Niwbury Autumn Friday September 24 2 2Western Western Ayr Wednesday September 1 3 3Doncasler Doncasler St Leger Tuesday September 7 4 4Newmarket Newmarket First October Tuesday September 28 4 4Nottingham Nottingham Autumn Monday October 4 2 2Haydock Haydock 1ark October Wednesday October 0 2 2Kempton Kempton Park October Friday October 8 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second October Tuesday October 12 4 4Newcastle Newcastle Autumn Tuesday October 19 2 2Sandown Sandown Park Autumn Thursday October 21 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Houghton Tuesday October 23 4 4Liverpool Liverpool Autumn Wednesday November 10 4 4Derby Derby November Wednesday November 17 3 3Manchester Manchester November Thursday November 25 3 Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Monday, March 22. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Monday March 22 WEATHEK CLEAR TRACK FAST The figures under the heading RccV in the entries below show tho 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 240 in Chicago time 210 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner i Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds Allowances Track record Jan 24 1917 105 Ji Iml Horse Wt Roc AWtHim li 2 Northern HiHi K l K f 11072 ItiirS llot Foot M US 075 101X720 l5ir 7 Small Stone 110 OS 100X71 100X71Iii7i Iii7i Sia Prince 101 07f 101 71 ItitrS Kavensea lor 1 0f 1117iri IWOli Sherry M 110 OSf Sx71ir Sx71ir4i5JiOs 4i5JiOs Marv Fitzliuch 101 QSVr 101 710 UH18 Major ISraitliy 101 07 110X711 Hiir7 Director James KC5 07 If loSX7or KM Plain Heather 10 07i 110X70 10200 Miss Ui Kin M107 07r 110 700 700Second Second Race 5 12 Furlongs FurlongsArmy Army Officers Officers4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Special Weights Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Ian 24 1917 1 0V 102 Hrir 9 = Fraseuelo 115 107 5 14rx72V 4 47r Hands Off Ill 1 ills 7 14X720 lM7l Mike Dixon 107 107 Vh 1 1ir7l 44I2 Marty Lou 10 107 l lir X7ir tMH2 Lackrose 101107 12 14 X7ir ICrl Sliiistii 113 107 14X710 nir7s Ilonndel Ill 107 4 11710 15 12 Sia Beach Ill 1U7 7 lirX70 ItSlUS Sayeth liJ 108 145 70 liVw Manwinese 101 l0f S 143X700 15170 Icn Butler M lor 1OS = 1 M5X700 M5X700Third Third Race 34 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 5 102 Kir 7 Old Eylers 110 113 i 11 IX 725 AVt Roc AWtlIan Lillian G 10 103 l12h 4 101X720 Jack Ilealey 101 1015 lit 4 KHX71V Assign 102 112 10HX715 10HX715Ill Blanche Donalton Ill 113 i 102X710 Prince Bonero 114 113 5 lOliXTKi Lady Langden lor 112 if ifStiletto ifh 4 1047j Stiletto 10 109 l13 i 4 109X705 Jack Dawson 102 113 Fourth Race 34 Mile Mile4yearMjlds 4yearMjlds and upward Claiming Track record Jan S 1120 111 i 102 4IHI3 lierrot 113 112 S 10iX725 I i3ii Delanecy 108 112 f 7 1011X720 4wr Uora 110 112 T 102X71 41 19 = Hasty fora 107 113 li 112X71 45415 May Manlsby 102 113 5 107 71 7110S 710 71010S 415443 = Magic Mirror Mirror4IM213 10S ll l13i i 5 108 70 4IM213 Zoie 113 4 10 700 45171 Golden Chance 114112 0 114X700 FiftV Race 34 Uie Uie3yearolds 3yearolds anil upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track rcoonl Jan 8 1920 111 i 102 15579 JOHN JR 111 112 7 115X725 115X725UK 4 4 1 Sister Susie Susiell UK 111 7 10DX715 ll ll44i 44i Presumption 10 112 11 111715 41451 Phedoilen 111 112 5 113X71 Hi225 Sold Stone M 113 4 10SX710 10SX710KS 45417 Petterton KS 112 S 111x710 45381 Inster Clark Clark4i579 110 lllli 4 108X705 4i579 Bianca 101 liVr 4 10UX700 Sixth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards oyiarolds and upward Claiminj k record March 11S 141 5 117 Legacy 103 141 11 09X725 Littlecote 108 143 Vf 4 100X720 Snow Queen 101 144 4 101X715 Manokiu 112 1431 li 1015X715 Great Gull 102 142 f 5 111X715 Dnisilla 3 Sli710 Btirlingaim 101 144 144Tin 0 1015X710 Tin Gleamer 143 143Tiniothv 4 100X705 Tiniothv J Ho aii101 143 143Litliolick 5 1015X705 Litliolick 110 141 141Fairly 5 110X705 Fairly 100 144 1110700 Havana Jockey Percentages. IIAVAXA TO C KEY PEUCI3XTAGI3S From Tiiiuiry 1 1J1J to 31 arch 17 J io IiuInslve Over OverAVt Jockey AVt Mts 1st Crooks AV 112 7 4 Carmody J 104 384 95 Bredin X 101 4 1 Murray T 108 S9i 195 Pitken A 105 335 71 Cliiavetta F 102 Ill r Kedcris J 105 218 ISarnes K 103 143 1 AVilson F 100 02 Garner II 102 200 2 2ys Lux F ys KM ir Fa tor H 103 123 It Itniwn V 1 152 1 Mailman G 102 SO SOno Garxan AV no 2ir 2irlor Finley A lor ll Woods L Hunt F Jarrell V Fletcher J Conway J 105 81 S McCranii U 105 254 23 Connors J 111 153 14 Tryon A 100 123 11 Iaucr J 112 35 3 Mountain M 110 201 17 Over OverIC Jockey IC Wt Mts 1st 1st1C Ilileman K 08 110 1C 14 Hofflor J OS 3 65 r Collins A 07 108 492 32 Corey G 291 21 Viiifrfield U 110 S Dawson J 122 S Ienaiver J Ioyd II 07 102 Atkinson K 05 103 Hall U Taylor AV Miller C Do Mayo K Garri an C LOUK I AVIiite C 1etz J G KreKcr A Franklin I Anderson M Hirst C Watson C Collins X Garcia A 1eterson It First Race [1st Havana] The small figure under Str shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in the race The small figure under Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengths the horso wai behind the winner Veight to bo carried appears at top of column of weighti in previous race The 1 after the horses name roccns Maiden FIRST RACE D 12 Furlongs 3yearokls Claiming Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Index Conrne Dint TlmpT kOddi Wt St U Str Tin Jockeyi Started Ordfir of Tlul NORTHERN BELLE b f 3 110 By Theo Cook Northern Girl by Yankee Trainer G P Sherman Owner W C Daly JCEK Havana 55 f lWK od 1 35 M Moiinfn 9 Annabelli Pardora Little Ou 3 J2 0 li Havana an 55 i 1 f iif l1slow siow o IM i 6 i 3 23 2s F Hunt 5 Dioincd Little One Incinerator 45762 II Havana a 55 f l07fiiHt 2 HC lo 7 74r711 7 8 711 J Fletcher 10 Diomed LittleOne Plainlleatlier 4r711 Hi a i 5S lKood G 97 9 9 S 86 5 = 1 F AAeiner 9 Orleans Cirl Polar Cab Ruby 45662 H a i 55 f l07fast 710 101 I 1 1 2 = 2 = J Kederis 7 Punctual Leenrack Orleans Girl 4549 Hi a 34 l126fast 12 Vi 1 2 2 21 7SJ F Wciner S Currency lUsh Hear Star Baby 45312 Hi a i 55 f lOGffast 3 101 5 i 2 2 2Z In T Carmody 8 Ravensca Old Red Annabelle AnnabelleG 45272 Hi a a 5S ldO fast 35 105 G C C4IS67 G 5 53 51 T Murray 5 OMKcd Ravensea IlelloPardner 4IS67 IJo ie G5 f 122 fast 1C 101 0 E EHOT 5 G 52 715 A Collins 7 Carmandale Kallipolis My Dear DearBy HOT FOOT b f 3 101 101Trainer By Ildrim Hot Bird by Dry Monopolo Trainer L Bloom Owner L Bloom 4iiirX Havina ri i f 107 fust fustWl9 10 S 2 1 2 35 Ii F Wilson S Incinerator Hush Norfolk Belle Wl9 Ilav ma 1 1 14 irast irast4KVZi I 110 I 2 3 3 Il II Gun 9 Mineral Dir James MFitJuiKh 4KVZi la Vina 51 1 f 10J fast 21 I7 II 1 2 2 I1 F AVilsi n 11 Henltntlcr Cafeteria llazelnut ICoOO llavinu 5 f lOX fast fast4C2 3 4 1 1 1 2k F Chia ta 8 Lowell NaomiWlton YadaBclIe 4C2 71 Iluvina 58101 fast fast4C177 2i 10G 4 4JflOSfast 222 2U F Chia ta 8 PI Heather Donatello AinrLee 4C177 Havina 5JflOSfast 5JflOSfast45GSS 10 S 3 1 1 1 k 413 F Chia ta 9 MaryFitzhiiKh VirjrLco Mineral 45GSS Havina 31 llS slo slo4rCIO slow 8 104 4 4J 4 5 5 55 K DeMayo S Hainan Vain Chick Babylonian 4rCIO Hav ma 5J J f 109 slo slow 8 110 3 3i 5 S tt 1017 AV Crump 11 Dir James P Heather Sherry jrrJ3 Havana 5i i f 108 slo slow 30 Its 4 3 4 G2 7 E DeMayo S Annabelle Old Red Polar Cub J54SG Havina G f l07fast 6 110 1 3 4 51 49 R Ball 9 FirstCousuI LucieMay VIrgLee SMALL STONE b c 3 By Granite Seemly by Torpoint Trainer J Umensetter Owrer J iTmensot tor 40157 Havana S S S r5 F Hunt S Kaillilnl ISonhtlcl Twenty Seven 4G11S Havana It J U 1 LOIIK 9 Iardora Little One Incinerator Incineratori 4R Havana i D 0 W Jarrell 9 Jill Hatrack lievelry James 4GiyS Ha ana 34 l17slow 4 V VSi 2 2 33 1 AV Jarrell S The Snob Sea lieach Ien Itiitlur 4C177 Ha ana Si f lOSlfefast 4 10 5 7 7 r7 13 Atklnsn J M Fitzhuxh Virs Loe Mineral 4CO3 Ha ana 110 147 fast 12 7 7 5 Zl Ar Jarrell 10 War Tax ISoyalty Mud Sill 4C02S Ha ana 14 l15ifast 4 103 7 S 7I2 K Fator 10 Mildred Mineral Sea Priirce Priircey 4S3SC Ha 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5ifl07fast 25 HJS 3 i 7 Cn A Iickens S Incinerator Hush Norfolk Ielle 4KU3 Havana 34 l13 fast 2i in 2 3 3 4 3J A 1ickcns 5 Ilerron Dons Fairbanks Sentry 46302 Havana 34 l13fast S Kit G 2 4 5l S1 A Pickens 7 Lady Sweep Polar Cul Ruby 40127 Havana 34 l12fast 15 99 S 70S5 S F Merimec Mess Kit Knlah F Lady Sweep 45510 Havana 55 f lOGfast 2J 1015 4 4 4 44 47 A Pickens 1 Polar Cub Annabelle Old Red 45342 Havana 55 f l06Vsfast 4 105 7 7 5 55 2n A Pickens 8 North Belle OlilRcil Annabelle 45272 Havana 58 l00 fast 8 104 4 5 4 4l 2 A Pickens 5 Oldlted HclloPrdncr Annabelle 45205 Havana 5S l01fast 85 110 5 3 3 1J 2J A Pickens 10 Per Lady Superior Hes a Bear 45114 Havana 58 l02J fast 2 111 G GSHERRY 4 3 3J 5 A Pickens 9 Annabelle MajFisk MBradlej MBradlejBy SHERRY b f 3 M 98 By Sweep Ethelda by Ethelbert Trainer J T Ireland Owner J T Ireland 4rDOG Havana 51 f l07fast S ii I 15 5 545Snt fi1 G i T Hunt 9 Clip Sophie K Lillian G 45Snt Havana 5J f lOOVfefast C 91 7 78 784CCSS 788 S17 F Merimee S ULOwen 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Quill Lady Langden Clip JG138 Havana 31 1 111 fast G 101 11 12 12 11J 9J 9JJ J Carmodyl2 ilder Hatrack Burlingame 45158 Havana 1 140 fast 20 102 138 8 8 8 G Archbt 8 AlHdson Asmption MPrctcr 43431 Havana 4 l12ffast 8 99 4 5 G GJ 7s T Hunt 8 Col Harrison Bev James Kora 45310 Havana 4 l12fast 7 103 4 S S 8 S7 G Corey 8 PrDirect Assumption MDixon MDixonf 45274 Havana 51 f l07Afast l07fast G 102 8 888 G E Fator 8 Kd Garrison Kncore MikeDixon MikeDixonAN TIMOTHY J HO CAN AN b K 5 106 By Filigranc Martha Agaovv by Carl C Trainer G AVarwick Owner G Warwick 4Mlf Havana 31 l l12 Siffust frist 10 HG S 7 766 G L l = i K Atkinsn 8 Prsnniptioii First Pullet Pierrot 4 7 Havana 1 l4Ufiist 2 101 S4 1 1 2 2l 2 A Tryon Xodiac Xoie Bnrlingaiiu 1 Havana 34 4 lllbfnst S W 1 3 3 2 2I2 2 A Tryon 8 ArtlmrMidilliton Korn Manokin Manokinv I2 Havana ImJOv v l42ffast S 101 1 3 3 4 7 77 E Atkinsn 7 FostKmbry Kegnso DntyLady 420 Havana 1 l12islow 4 10J 133 2 23 3 1C Atklnsn Tli ICIoom Luckylearl BabyCal 46121 Havana 1 l41fast G 101 C G 4 2 2l 2i E Atkinsn TiieTalker D Benson GBoris GBorisf 4GW7 Havana 51 f lOSVffast G 10 3 G 5 2 I1 E Atkinsnll Lenora P MLaKueM HaBear 45973 Havana 34 4 l165fcslow 2i 109 5 36 G 10 = = J PenalverlO ConntBoris TheSnob DirJamcs 45458 Havana 1 140 fast 10 104 8 8LITHOLICK 853 3 31 53i F AVetner S Al Hudson Assumption MPctcr LITHOLICK b g 5 no By Meelick Lithogcne by Lithos Trainer A B Davidson Owner A B Davidson 4GBf Havana Im30y 1 44fast S 110 2 2 1 U 21 A Tryon S KyEnnis GreatGulI AVdthrush 4C2G1 Ha ansi Im30y l41fast 21 107 274 4 3 2k l t 10 Barnes 8 Kitlph S Leoma Daisy L 4G222 Ha ana 34 l121 fast S 110 7 5 5l 49 E Barnes 10 Tarascon Littlecote Iron Boy 46182 Ha ana 1 110 l47fast 10 108 G 2 2 3 4 k 3 = E Barnes Kilkenny Miss Sweep Khymer 4G1US Ha Havaan aan 34 114 fast S 109 9 S 7 = 51 J Fletcher IL Gilder Hatrack Burlingame 4GO0 Ha Havana ana 34 113 fast 13 109 4 4459SS 777 = 4s1 E Atkinsn II Presumption Kncore Kilkenny 459SS Havana 51 f lOSfast 12 112 G C 6 63 G5 H Atkinsn 8 Band Stars UnChlld Delancey 45945 Havana 34 l20hvy 21 109 2 2FAIRLY 2 1 I3 1s E Atkinsn 7 TwSeven PrinceEasy BAVllfcr FAIRLY b g 9 111 By Marchmont II Locust by Gorman Trainer C B Brant Owner C F Brant T1G2 Havana 1 116 l46 = ffast 30 10G 7 7 7 7 7 7 F Lux FKmbry DaintyLady SkFace SkFace4GU13 4GU13 Havana 1 18 lKfast 20 107 9 9 9 S = S F Lux FIIome DWilliams Wdthrusli 45930 Havana Im30y l53hy S5 111 3 4 1 I4 I5 AV Gargan Koyalty Handllalf Mis Sweep 457S7 Havana 1 11G l4Gfast 15 110 3 7 7 = S13 AV Cardan Light 1retBaby DiikeKuft 5733 Havkna ImSOy l43iifast 8 114 S S 7 8 S S AA Gargan S AVnewood HiiiidsOn Prntarede 3G92 Havana ImuOy 147 slow 4 113 7 C 4 3 21 2 AV Gargan S PrcttyBaby Baladin BevJanics Glorious New Zealand Trouting GLORIOUS NEW ZEALAND TROUTING TROUTINGIjike Ijike Alexandria Mackenzie Country which was stocked with American rainbow trout some years back has developed into an anglers paradise The fish have not only bred and flourished in this lovely region but grown to a large size and some splendid sport is being had there thereRecently Recently according to information reaching tin Knglish Anglers News a Timarii angler met with a redletter day The rainbow trout were taking freely and H is staled that in an hour anil a halt he landed nine magnificent specimens of the following weights 13 U t Si S S S and pounds poundsThe The total bag thus scaled pounds and con ¬ sidering his short stay on the lake the angler mut have had n most exciting and busy time Doubt ¬ less the catch would have b en a larger one but for the fact that tile anglers car had been left about a mile from the lake and he was unable to carry any more fish fishBut But the lucky anglers sport was not yet over Liter in the day he drove to the head of Lake Tokapo and captured three beautiful brown trout of 7i 7 and 7 pounds respectively respectivelyNew New Xealands claim to hold part of the finest trout fishing in the world is thus given favorable testimony Hunting, Fishing and Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT The North Island naval air station aviators en ¬ gaged in aerial fisheries patrol say that the waters adjacent to San Diego Cal afford one of the most prolific and varied fishing grounds in the world Skimming over the ocean in their seaplanes and acting as eyes for the local fishing fleet tin flyers claim to have sighted everything from a sixtyfoot whale to a pilchard a cross between a sardine and a herring and said to be as succulent as the sole and stubnosed sardine sardineA A monster mnhsccr said to be the largest of its kind landed by an angler has IHOII captured by LieutCol J S KivettCarnac in the Bangalore India district It scaled 115 pounds was sixty four inches in length with a girth of fortytwo inches and was twentysix inches across the tail Tin fish was killed in twentytwo and onehalf minutes and Mr Bowring gaffed It The record inaliseer up to the time of the present Capture is believed to have been cue of loi pounds taken in intli tli Jjysvw UmUa i y Mmw Ayjisliy Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 1920CubaAmerican CubaAmerican Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba CubaNovember November L7 11J to March IIS 1020 110 days daysMutuels Mutuels and books Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mcx McxBeginning Beginning January M and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutuels MutuelsSouthern Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince George Park Bowie Md MdApril April 1 to April ID 13 days Mutuels Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association Havre de Grace Md MdApril April 10 to April 30 IS days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May 1 to May 18 15 days Mutucls Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L L LMay May 13 to May 22 7 days Oral Ontario Jockev Club Woodbine Park Toronto Out OutMay May to May 29 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving Club Deloriniier Park Montreal Que QueMay May 22 to May 20 7 days Mutuels Westchester Kacing Association Belmont Park Queens L L LMay May L4 to Juno 12 IS days Oral Dorvay Jockey Club Dorval Park Montreal Que QueJune June 1 to June S 7 days Mutuels Montreal Jockey Club Blue Bonnets Montreal Que Julie 10 to June 17 7 days Mntunls Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L L LJiine Jiine 11 to June 23 9 days Oral Connaught Park Jockey Club Connaught Park Ottawa Out OutJune June 10 to June 20 7 days Mutuels Queens County Jockey Club Aqueduct L L LJune June 24 to July 1 17 days Oral Niagara Kucin Association Fort Krio Out OutJune June 2 to July i 7 days MtitiicN Hamilton Jockey Club Hamilton Out OutJuly July 8 to July li 7 days Mutnnf Empire City Racing Association Aonkers N T TJuly July 11 to July U K days Oral AVindsor Jockey Club AVindsor Out OutJuly July 17 to July 24 7 days Mutucls Montreal Driving Club Delorlmier Park Montreal Que July 17 to July 21 7 days MiitnM Kcnlrworth Park Jockey Club Konilworth Park Windsor tint tintJuly July 27 to August 3 7 days Mutuels Saratoga Kaclng Association Saratoga Springs NY NYAugust August 3 tv August 31 Vti Uayrf oral Page 6 Grotesque Jersey Fish: Many Curious and Freaky Denizens of Eastern Shore Seas.; some Are Poisonous and Many of Odd Shapes, Sizes and Habits. GROTESQUE JERSEY FISF Many Curious and Freaky Denizen of Eastern Shore Seas Soiin Are Ioisoitniis and Many Odd Shapes Sixes and Orotosqtio fishes nro not confined to tho tropics Tlit temperate anil colder waters have thiir shan In tin two areas between tapc Hitterns anil New founillanil are perhaps as many families anil specie t mtlniulih grotesque or downright hideous ap poarance as are about the islands off tlie coast o tlie soutlicrn United States and from Cape Ilattera to Itraxil ItraxilTlie Tlie greatest nnmlior of species is found along tli New York and New Jersey coast for tills stretch ci water seems to In the point where tiie fishes o the northern and the southern areas meet an mingle with those that ran e from Cape Ilattera to ape Cod CodNaturally Naturally therefore some of the species are alum dant others not uncommon ind some scarce write the weirknown authority on ichthyology AV K Meelian in the Ihihidelphhi IJecord omc liave food value others have none and a few whil edihle have so little flesh on their hodies that the are not worth the trouble of preparing them for tli table Jlost of them take the hook readily an are therefore jireat nuisances Others rarely bite biteAinong Ainong the families of xrutt sriie fishes appearin in greater or less abundance ilonr the New Jerse coast are the swell fishes the porcupine fishes th 1 richer fishes the frux fishes the sea horses th pipe fishes the scabbard fishes the toad fishes th star gazers the wolf fishes the blennies the trnnl fishes and the head fishes Some of these ar union the largest fishes known most of them ar medium size and others re small smallA A good proportion of the families named belong t a single group though not generally considered distinct order because the families comprising tin series differ from each other so widely Some o the characteristics of the series as set forth by Ir Jordan are the reduction and final entire loss o ventral fins the reduction and loss of the spina dorsal tho compression and final partial or tola fusion of the teeth of the upper jaw the specialize lion of the scales which change from bony scute into a solid coat of mail on the one hand and 01 the other are reduced to thorns or prickles and an finally altogether lost lostPOISONOUS POISONOUS FISHES OF JERSEY COAST COASTAmong Among the group and some that arc found alonj the New Jersey coast are families containing specie that are distinctly poisonous The venom is in tin form of alkaloids that produce a disease known a eiguatera characterized by paralysis and gastrii derangements that may cause death among the lowei animals and possibly with men menThe The commonest of the lengthy list of grotesqw types are the swell fishes Kvery person who fishe in the salt water is well acquainted with one o the two species though not with the other for i is scarce as its natural abiding place is farthei south southThe The species lies known is the rommoii puffer bet ¬ ter known in New Jersey as the balloon fish al ¬ though it is also called the swell fish and swel torn tornNo No greater nuisance swims in the temperate so than the puffer It is a ravenous feeder am eagerly swallows almost any sort of food thai comes its way and as it swims in schools am often large ones anglers are sometimes driven friiiu a favorite fishing ground because of the en ¬ thusiastic pertinacity with which the fish takes the bail bailIt It is noteworthy however that annoying as th puffer undoubtedly is its attentions are regarded with less irritation that usual with other pestifcrom fishes the sea robin for instance with its concilia lorv smile anil deprecating grunt when hooked am landed landedInstead Instead of smashing the puffer violently on tin1 bottom of the boat often to the accompaniment of bad language it is more often the custom to ticklt it on the belly till it swells like a balloon and then throw it overboard unharmed unharmedIt It is this peculiar power of expanding the walls of the belly until the fih is as round as a ball that is chiefly responsible for placing the buffei among the grotesque fishes although the outlines of the body do depart from the lines normal U most species speciesThe The expansion is caused by the fish sucking air with its stomach and closing the throat tight N bov could make a better or more complete jol of infliting a football than the puffer can with its own body Furthermore the fish can close its throat so tight that a man cannot force the air out by the strongest pressure he can exert with his hands The inflation of the body is about the only protection the fish has against its enemies enemiesPECULIARITIES PECULIARITIES OF PUFFER FAMILY FAMILYA A carnivorous fish has no more chance of biting through that living ball than it would one of India rubber rubberThe The month of the puffer is small but it is armed witli sharp incNors projecting beyond the lips ami rabbitlike in appearance hence the name rab ¬ bit fish that is sometimes bestowed on it itThe The common puffer grows to a length of about a foot although its average is rather less It is dark olive above marbled and dotted with black There an dark blotches forming crossbars on the Miles The belly is yellow yellowThe The other and rarer species of puffer is a larger fish for it often attains a length of two feet Its native waters is in the south but in the summer large numbers roam as far north as Cape Cod CodIt It is quite distinct in appearance from the com ¬ mon puffer It has a smooth body its back and sides are olive green and its belly silvery white with three large rooted spines spinesA A different family but closely related to the swell fishes are the porcupine or burr fishes There are also two species on the Atlantic coast the burr fish proper and the porcupine fish The latter belongs altogether in the south and only a few specimens are met with in northern waters It is the larger of the two species and has long slender spines entirely covering the body bodyThe The common burr fish although really abundant during the summer months as far north as Cape Cod is yet only occasionally caught by anglers for it does not take the hook as readily as the theIt It is emphatically among the oddities in fish life Small seldom exceeding six or seven inches it is shaped much like a flatbottomed dory or rowboat Its back and belly are flat and its perpendicular ides are curved to a point at the tail while nearly square at the head Tlie body to the neutral lilies is covered with a shell of the same character and thickness as the shell of a crab and thickly dotted over this shell are short sharp spines spinesThere There are holes in the sides of the shell for the pectoral fins and in the tail for the caudal Iecanse of this shell the fish cannot swim like other fishes by undulations of the body and tail bust must propel itself through the water by means of the three fins mentioned mentionedAs As a consequence instead of the smooth easy mo ¬ tion so noticeable in ordinary fishes the burr fish proceeds by short quick tremulous jerks remark ¬ ably like the progress of a motorboit Like the puffers the month of the burr fish is small and like them also is fitted with sharp rabbitlike teeth teethThe The eyes are not the least interesting feature oC the fish They are large set high in the head almost like a frogs and this is heightened by a ridge above them The eyes themselves are of a iHautifiil turquoise blue The general color of the body is greenish with a series of parallel blackish stripes on tin back Above each pectoral is a round ¬ ish black spot with a larger one behind it There is another at the base of the dorsal and a smaller one below it itSPIKED SPIKED CUCUMBER OR BURR FISH FISHThe The burr fish in common with the puffer has tho power of sucking air into its body and expanding it into a round ball giving it the appearance of a hestnut burr hence the name burr fish It is also sometimes called encumber fish because of the prickles on the normal body shape shapeIn In the worlds history there have been several pe ¬ riods in which there were great changes in the form r f most fish life One of these changes occurred in the piscene or first part of the tertiary period Many of the freakish types appeared at this time unions them the sculpius For singularity in out ¬ line and characteristics few equal it itIt It developed into a large family with representa ¬ tives in nearly all the colder waters of the world lioth salt and fresh Most of them are quite small innl of no value for food or angling purposes A few however are of fair size and are edible but not of high quality Only one species is found in the ocean as far south as New Jersey and this is the sea raven ravenIt It is rarely caught by anglers for it prefers deep M water than they fish in Karly in the season I lowever when the water is cold the sea raven is frequently taken in the pound nets At a cursory ilance the sea raven looks like a sea robin that has been iu a desperate fight Its large head i covered witli humps and ridges and most of its fin appear to have been lorn to ribbons Its body i russet brown and its wings have harlequin mark ¬ ings while its fins are variegated with blackis waving lines linesFew Few fishes found along the New Jersey coast hav a reputation for being anywise dangerous or un healthful as food Some of the trigger and file fish es are however in the short list of those deeme unwise to cook and eat Most of the members o this family and there are about 100 species in it belong in the tropics and many of them undoubted have an alkaloid poison in the flesh fleshAmong Among the tropical species are many witli color iug that can only be described as loud as fo example big blocks of black and yellow or bin and yellow or red and black or combinations o that character characterThe The one species of trigger fish that is found ii any number along the New Jersey coast however is neither poisonous nor brilliantly colored On th contrary the flesh is quite palatable so much s that in the Bermudas where the fish is abundant it is called the turbot Its color is a dirty brown Along tlie northern coast the fish is known as th ocean trigger leather jacket old wench and some times old wife It is not often caught on hook am line although quite plentiful in the summer as fa north as Massachusetts not because it does no take the hook but because it is a genius for evailini capture When it picks up a bait instead of swal lowing it and swimming away it takes it gentl by its lips and then starts straight up for the sur face Just as like as not during its npwart movement it will bite the line in two with it sharp teeth teethFREAKY FREAKY OCEAN TRIGGERS AND FILE FISH FISHThe The ocean trigger as well as all the other trig gers proper are emphatically in tlie freak class Its body is technically described as oblong hn roughly double triangular seems a more fitting de ¬ scription Tlie black dorsal and the anal fins an large but the front dorsal is low and with three henry spines the second of which is the oporatinf trigger A couple of small spines represent tin ventrals As the pectorals are small the balancing of the fish must be done by the dorsal and tin anal apparently a feat for the ocean trigger is onlj a couple of inches through and five or six timer more than that from the arch of the back t the deepest part of the ventral line Tlie skin 01 this species is used in the south for scouring am polishing purposes and in some places it is usec almost exclusively for polishing fine wood woodThe The file fishes belong to the same family as the triggers but are of a different genus or tribe Tw species are fairly numerous along the New Jersej roast during the warm months One is known at the fool fish and the other as the leather jackei or old maid Ioth when first gazed upon causi an involuntary feeling of pity for they are enia cialcd to the point of little more than skin am bones They have the appearance of being starved almost to the point of death This dreadful ap ¬ pearance is so realistic that it is not in ¬ frequent to hear visitors to public aquariii exclaim indignantly against those in charge for theii heartlessness in not giving the fish enough food If make them plump 1erhaps that is one reason whj the members of the group are called fool fishes fishesThe The fool fish or common file fish is quite small rarely exceeding six inches in length and about I lie same in depth It is a dull greenish in color mottled with darker green The fool fisli is a cor ¬ ner lounger among fishes It spends all tlie time possible leaning up against some object and like the typical lazy man prefers to have its food criimii to it rather than exert itself hunting huntingOld Old maid old wife leather jacket barnacle eater niul fool fish ire some of the names bestowed on the other and larger species of the file fish The name fool fish is not altogether inappropriate aside from its deceptive appearance for it has a rathet silly expression around its small mouth with protuberant lips and it has an apparently purpose ¬ less habit of coining to the surface and ejecting mouthful of water for all the world like a to liacco chewers expectoration The name leather jacket is appropriate only in so far as the skin lias a leathery texture for no leather has the sheen ind the coloring of the covering of the fool fish It is a peculiar golden green with marble and shades of olive and when the fish is perfectly icalthy it shines like burnished metal metalHEAD HEAD AND SUNFISHES AND SEA HORSES HORSESIn In some respects the head fishes are the most remarkable appearing of all the finny tribe To all ippearances their bodies have cither been shorn off lose behind the head or part way along the trunk and a narrow caudal fin attached This hornoff appearance is accentuated by tlie long piky dorsal and anal being close to the rear of the fish fishThe The head fishes are among the largest known and there are but few species known one the great ca sunfish is not uncommon along the North At ¬ lantic ccast in summer It is a huge fish weigh ng close to 1000 pounds and is almost as round is a cartwhce and it is almost as proportionately thin thinThe The sea sunfish is among the largest of fishes mil spends hours on the surface of the water suu iiig itself Hence its name Sometimes it rests in its side and sometimes holds itself in an np ight position In that case its long narrow dor ¬ sal projecting far above the water and waving lowly to and fro renders it an object that can be seen for a long distance The fish is so lazy that t is easy to approach near enough with a rowboat o harpoon it the usual manner of capture captureAlthough Although the sea sunfish is not uncommon in lortherii waters it is seldom seen because being if a true pelagic character it usually keeps well out o sea Sometimes probably two or three times each milliner one in its sluggishness allows itself to be irifted into the breakers where it be ics help ess and is washed ashore As a pelagic fisli the ea sunfish is found in both the Atlantic and acific and in nearly all the big seas seasThe The sea sunfish is scaleless but rouuh and eathery The mouth is small but contains strong eeth This is peculiar for its chief food is snp losed to be jellyfishes While not poisonous the lesh is not palatable for when cooked it separates nto oil and tough fiber The oil however is re mted to be a good remedy remedyIn In the entire world of fishes then is perhaps 10 fish more freakish in appearance or that causes nore interest than the sea horses There are not nany species in the world and most of them are 0 much alike that it is hard to distinguish them Inly one species is common along the New Jersey oast and it is one of the smallest of the family familyThe The fish is well named sea horse for its outline s the exact reproduction of a horses head and iCck with a curly prehensile tail attached The fish s abundant in the shallows of the bays and water loles where it is concealed among the seaweeds and rasses to which it clings by means of its tail Its oods are small shrimps and animalculae The color s black and the skin leathery covering little flesh 11 that the fish when captured dries readily ami nakes a favorite curio object objectCURIOUS CURIOUS PIPE AND SCABBARD FISHES FISHESWonderful Wonderful as the sea horse is in appearance its reeding habits are more wonderful still II is per aps almost the only creature in the world in which he male parent is iu every respect excepting tin dual production of the egg the mother of tin onng In the body of the sea horse near the base f the tail is a pouch and in hat punch the female eposils unfertilized eggs These eggs the male ertilies and carries them around in the pouch nlil hatched and the young are strong enough to merge and look out for themselves themselvesScarcely Scarcely less curious and closelv related to the ei horses separated indeed by tribal differences lily are the IJH fishes There is but one species omnion along the New Jersey coast It is a small rcaturc rarely exceeding seven inches from the ip of its snout to the end of its tail The body f the pipe fish is round and as slender as the olil iisliioned clay straight pipcstom The head is liiinle bat the snout is nearly as long as he ody and on the 1 of it is a protuberance similar 1 appearance to the nostrils of a hog The little reenish body as though it needed reinforcement i banded with numerous little rings or bands bandsThe The cutlass or scabbard fish may properly be laced iu the list of freakishlooking fishes It is i a family in which there is no other representative i this part of the world Closely related to the lackerel family it is totally unlike any of those reat food fishes in appearance It does not even ave the graceful outlines of the pelagic fishes It hough it is one oneThe The fisli has the drawnout Iwdy of the eel with nt its rotundity indeed one of its popular names i silver eel and it has a head somewhat resembling pike with a mouth filled with sharp unequal ickedlooking teeth some of them barbed The ntlass fish has no caudal fin instead its tail ipers to a point The fish is also without ventral ins and its dorsal is low and extends nearly the hole length of the back Only the small smooth iles Intray the pelagic fish The color is bluish ilver somewhat ileei er on the back The cutlass ish is a wicked savagelooking fish and its ac ons bear out its appearance appearanceOne One of the names scabbard fish is given lxcause i shape and general appearance the body resembles le scabbard of a sword For this reason in Florida ml southern Louisiana it is sometimes called sword sh Hecanse of its leaping tendencies it also bears le name skipjack in some places Tho cutlass fish seldom taken on the hook and line only because s Is farther away from the shore than anglers suully venture A THE INTERNATIONAL AUTHORITY ON AMERICAN RAGING Circulating in the United States Cuba Philippine Islands Canada Mexico England France Germany Austria Hungary Australia India Argentina Chile Peru etc etc THIS BOOK CARRIES CARRIESindexed 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 and is universally used by jockey clubs throughout the world Compact accurate perfectly printed with absolutely correct index on linen paper lettered and bound in flexible leather Contains besides charts of all recognized racing on American tracks the American and Canadian time records scales of weights 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 form formis is directed to the method of indexing the charts The index shows each and every start of all horses that have raced with firsts seconds thirds and track conditions designated on the occasion of each and every start By means of 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 Kartimas Flicker H A Cotton X 130971 SlOSSh 131252m I31453h K31497s 31523s 31015 131632 131729 131824 31S43sj 31933 h ° 319G5h 319893 J320GO 320SG 132147 P32231 P32305 32377 ° 32399 32419 = ° 32S15 P3283G 32SS3 32944 133220 13327G 33352 3335233520U 33435 33435k 33520U 33G553h 133827 33902 34032 34139a 034357 k34504 34574 k 34019 34748 o34844 o34844HAPENNY HAPENNY ch B 6 by Rock Sand Half Sovereign H Lang X XB318333 B3130G2 W1375 h31432 31470 SISSS1 3155G 31583m 31740h e31S14a B318333 131934 3197S 131993 h32072h e32094s 132123 h 321G5 K32175 ° 32213 132243 132811 132879 1330291 3313G2gy K332G7 33309 C334G1 k335GS2s k33070 k33070k33S22 8337781 k33S22 C33928 h339C8 h341052m k34241 34290 34399h 34422 = 8 b340111i 134631 134717 134751 134751ZODIAC ZODIAC ch g 6 by Star Shoot Lady Vincent I J Daly X ° 31079 31179 31228 ° 3ii093 31330s P31410 31457 31457J31743h P315402 31G09 131088 J31743h J31913 131982 J320261 ° 320G2h 3212S h 132209 32250 032281 032281333SS 32458 ° 32483h P32511sy ° 32543 P32557 ° 3305SU 332GS 33309 33309P33G12 333SS P33460 P33460P34428Isj P33007 P33G12 P33G77Z P 33745 ° 33972 r340SOsy 34139 034303 03430334CSS P34428Isj 34541 34571 34CSS 0347491 P34S17B h for heavy m for muddy sy for iloppy for slow races not otherwise designated woro over fast or good tracks tracksThe The alphabetical sljiii before cadi race number MhowM the distance at which the nnce has been run according to the key below t 14 and 38 Mile A 1 Mile N NFrom 3 lil Furlong II From 1 Mile 2O Yards to 12 Mile D 1 Mile 100 Yard O 4 12 Purlons F 1 110 Mile P 58 Mile G 1 1S Mile Q 5 12 Furlongr H 1 R1C 1 14 and 1 51O Mile R 34 Mile J JG 1 12 Mile 8 G 12 Fnrlonsr K 1 GS and 1 34 Mile T 78 Mile I 2 to 3 Mile U Ut 7 12 IfurloiiK M t to 4 Mile V Annual 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