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DERBY HORSES GATHERING Whitney Candidates Coining to toLouisville Louisville at Once to Train Interesting1 Items Concerning1 Men Menand and Racers at Churchill Downs Downsor or En Route There TOTTLSVILLE Ky March 22 Trainer Tamos Itowo evidently has given up tin tisk of attempting to condition tin Harry Payne Whitney Kentucky Derby eligible at home under the severe weather conditions prevailing in the east as he has in ¬ structed Mose Goldhlatt to immediately secure five additional stalls at Churchill Downs as he plans to send a quintet of threeyearolds to him within si few days so that their training for the Derby jin he completed here This will make a half dozen of the Whitney Derby candidates at tin Downs as Golrthlatt brought Damask from Now Orleans OrleansTin Tin instructions were await in Ooldhlatt upon his iirrival here from the Crescent City and Howe did not state what horses lie will send Mr Whitney has nine eligible for the Derby and Goldhlatt says that in his opinion what Iowe considers the pick of them will be sent here in the first shipment John I Jrior is figured upon as being among them themMalt Malt 1 AVinii general manager of the Kentucky Jockey Club accompanied by Col Andrew Vennie left Sunday morning for Lexington to attend the nunting of the Kentucky State Racing Commission CommissionIn In order to forestall all possibility of the improve ¬ ments at Churchill Downs not being completed for Derby day Mr Viiiu issued instructions to keep all of the workmen at their task on Sundayson a double time wage schedule Only a small portion of the new addition to the grandstand remains to be roofed now The work will be speeded up con ¬ siderably when this is finished The new offices will likewise be rushed to completion They will lie modern in every detail At present Hamilton C Applogato and Harry Lindonborgor his assistant sire using the office of the racing secretary secretaryA A rumor that the Kentucky Jockey Club plans to increase the admission prices this spring was flatly contradicted by Mr AVinn lie said that the same scale of prices as hist year will prevail 220 for men and 110 for ladies All badges will bo 221 n Derby day dayMarjorie Marjorie Hyncs a right fast twoyearold last year is now in the stable of Williams Itros C C A an Meter having disposed of her at private sale She has been nominated for the Kentucky and La tonia Oaks and a number of other stakes for which she is eligible on the Ilue Crass racing circuit The Van Meter horses wintered at Churchill Downs and put in the cold months in fine style There ire two Kentucky Derby candidates in the outfit Angon and Sterling SterlingBYRNE BYRNE MAY RIDE FOR VAN METER METERJockey Jockey fi Hyrno will make application for n license to ride in Kentucky this spring and if suc ¬ cessful will affiliate himself with the Van Meter stable ryrne is galloping horses for this owner now and is in better condition than in a long while whileAl Al Woodman brought the small stable which he recently purchased from M Dattner of Detroit from New Orleans This outfit also has a Kentucky Derby eligible in it Minute Man a superior miiil runner and winner of quite a few races for W C Clancy his former owner ownerWilliam William Murray starter on many of the half mile tracks in Canada is here in the interest of a new starting gate which he plans to introduce in the near future Tin irate is made up of stalls into which the horses fit and it has been indorsed by a number of horsemen lie will L from here to Lex ¬ ington within the next few days to explain its working to the horsemen there 1 W May whose horses have wintered here will ship to Havre lie Grace soon after April 1 and S M Henderson will take the Ogilen Stable there at the same time May will remain in the east until next nutnmn but Henderson will in all proba ¬ bility return in time for the Churchill Downs and lnloiiia meetings or part of them anyway John K Madden is another who plans to ship east in the near future with Hclmont 1ark as his destination His big band of twoyearolds wintered excellently at Churchill Downs DownsCaptain Captain James I Kinnarney who has charge of the policing arrangements of the Kentucky Jockey Club tracks is recovering from a seven attack of influenza His wife was stricken at the same time that he was She also Is getting better betterA A harrier will lie put up at Churchill Downs early next month so that the twoyearolds which have not raced as yet will have ample schooling before the racing season opens at Lexington There are fjnite a few youngsters here that will not participate in the sport in that city It is for their benefit that the starting gate will be erected erectedGEORGE GEORGE J LONGS STABLE STABLETrainrr Trainrr Pete Coyne lias the George J Long horses In good condition hut they will not begin their spring campaign until the Churchill Downs meeting opens This establishment is made up chiefly of twoyearolds which were bred at Hash ord Manor Farm quite a few of them being the j rogeny of Sain which is now standing there Iwctittor anil Mention which were fired and turned out for the winter will not be hurried along in their training although both are doing well Coyne saiil that he may be able to race Froecutter at Iitonia but Clermont probably will not be sent to the post until next autumn In the JjnK string is Anno Elizabeth a twoyearold filly Free Iince Cutter and therefore a sister to Freectitter FreectitterIJil IJil Trotter is expected in any hour with twenty two horses some of which arc lie property of the Florisant Stable while the others belong to him ¬ self He advised track superintendent Tom Young Jlint he expected to leave New Orleans the latter t art of last week and stalls have been assigned Jjjill at Douglas Park Included in the Klorisant Sta1 e is Westwood a Kentucky Derby eligible which lias been working in good style at New Orleans all winter Jockey Otis Willis will come with the Trotter stable stableJocker Jocker J Tierce lias joined the G AT Loft stable here which is under the care of trainer Max llirsch The lad shows no ill effects of his recent fall from Kimpalong at Jefferson Park and is kept msy exercising the Ix ft horses every morning Pierce is a capable little rider and was developed by It A Smith for whom he rodti in Maryland last autumn and at New Orleans during the winter winterAnother Another addition to the riding colony here is jockey Steve Wida who is under contract to C W Clark the Montana sportsman Wida came in ahead of the Clark horses which are delayed by tli horse car shortage Trainer George Barnes will bring them north at the first opportunity Wida weighs only ninetytwo pounds and if he rides to his New Orleans form his presence will be valuable here as the crop of lightweight jockeys is not as large as it mitht be W. 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Polson's 1919 Winnings: Buffalo Turfman Has Reason To Feel Satisfied With His Stable Returns Of Last Year, Buford And Peace Pennant Being The Leaders W F POISONS 1919 WINNINGS BUFFALO TURFMAN HAS REASON TO FEEL SATISFIED SATISFIEDWITH WITH HIS STABLE RETURNS OF LAST YEAR YEARBUFORD BUFORD AND PEACE PENNANT PENNANTBEING BEING THE LEADERS AV F Poison the HulTalo turfman had no Hilly Kelly in iiis stable last year hut lias every reason to feel satisfied with the showing made by the horses that carried his sliks during the campaign of 1019 The consistent Pnford was his chief money winner the honest efforts of that nnscxed son of Itallot re ¬ sulting in 7 i being added to the stables coffers for the year Peace Pennant a two year old son of McGeo Maltha by Ogden was next onthe list with 4S to his credit and so favorably did he im ¬ press his owner that he has entered him in this years Kentucky Derby John Jr contributed his share to the expenses of the stable as did Auloanite Hasil Dimitri AVar Tax and Horace Lerch The big dis ¬ appointment of tin stable was Anlcanlte Mr Poison entertained high hopes that this son of Anlcain would develop into a threeyearold of the first class so much so that he entered and started him in both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes However Anlcanite may make amends in this years racing for the disappointment f last year and his owner is not alone in the opinion that he may prove for midable in the handicap division particularly over a long distance of ground The following are the horses comprising the stable of W F Poison during the racing of Pll together with tin record of races Avon by each Horse Col ColHnford and Sox A Pedigree Hnford h g r Py Hallot Ollie Hello by Charaxu Peace Pennant PennantJohn b c 2 Hy McGeo Maltha by Ogden John Jr b g 0 Py Marta Santa Mandc Fealy by Hen Strom Vulcanite b c A Hy Vnlcain Single Shot by Star Shoot Hasil h h Hy Aoter Mintcake by Marcion Dimitri ch g S Py Peter Jiiince Viy by Isidor War Tax b f Hy McCee Polly Grant by Sir Dixon Horace Txrcli h c 2 Hy McGoo Sadie May by Cesarion Pyx k lir C2 Hy Pataiitl PataiitlrTOkitaiUlirJlaninliLs = rTOkitaiUlirJlaninliLs Eddie Tranter b g i5 Hy Textile Nordlac by Caldron Purl br c 2 Hy Magneto Continue by Orlando Exempted ch f I Py Stalwart Ellle Paton by UusUin II American Soldier SoldierVenghce br c 2 Hy Iluval Mary Hunter by Orison Venghce h g Hy Yankee Monarka by Prince of Monaco I jimp Post br f I Hy Sweep Lamp Girl by Lamplighter Parol ch c 2 Py Transvaal May Ellen by Cesarion US Cebrian Yearlings For Kentucky: Nine Von Tromp Fillies and One Colt to Be Sent to Glen Helen Stud. CEBRIAN YEARLINGS FOR KENTUCKY Nino Von Tromp Fillies and One Colt to Bo Sent to Glen Helen Stud StudSAN SAN FRANCISCO Tal March IS Nine yearling daughters and one yearling son of the stallion Von VonTr Tr p will be shipped April 2 by Edwanl Cebrian Cebrianfrom from Mira Monte Slock Farm Santa Clara County to John S Harbees Men Helen Farm in Kentucky The youngsters have as dams brood mares that wen shipped to the Hlne Crass last fall It is a good looking band probably the best Von Trumps over raised They will be taken up in the late summer and lirepared for campaigning at New Orleans in the early racing next winter winterThere There have been some good offers for the year ¬ lings but Mr Cebrian will keep them A big black filly from the Sain mare Sain Shot has won en ¬ comiums from critical horsemen and it would be a great surprise all around if she did not develop into a highclass racer Sain Shot the dam is from the Foul Shot mare Hello Shot The Musket bood in her veins makes her all the more valuable valuableA A fine colt is a bay dam Isolation and is a sturdy looking fellow Isolation by George Kessler Fair Recluse is the dam of Lonely and other win ¬ ners The other eight in the band are a black filly dam Mammy by Sempronius Manola Mason dam of McChesney AVise Mason First Mason etc chestnut filly dam Ellen Atkins by Kingston Hazel W dam of Queen of Trumps bay filly from Dally by Gigantourii Dal bay filly dam Sym phorien Castle dam of The Moor chestnut filly dam Lotta Creed by Mammon My Fair Kentucky bay filly dam Jourdaiu by Watercress The Dome dam of Hon Jour Clipsetta Stakes winner bay filly dam Foul Play dam of the winner lands End and chestnut filly dam Illusion by Mesmerist Marmarica dam of Trompeur TrompeurA A chestnut colt by Tim Payne Saiesca and a bay filly by Tim Payne Directa dam of Clear tin Way and Sot Em will bo sold by Mr Cebrian CebrianAl Al FaiToll will race the Cebrian twoyearolds that he had at New Orleans in Kentucky with a view to selling them themGeorge George AViugfield owner of the Nevada Stock Farm who purchased the brood mare The Wife by Delhi Home Rule by Commando Maid of Erin by Amphioii while in the east last month will send her to Hallot this season The AVife is in foal to Wrack Home Rule dam of The AVife is a sister to Celt CeltEdwanl Edwanl Cebrians twoyearolds will be cam ¬ paigned on the Maryland tracks by Al Farrell and his crack sprinter American Ace The Pirate and other horses of the older division will be raced on the Canadian circuit under the care of John Lowe LoweH H T Griffin owner of some good horses ten years ago has returned from a visit to Tijuana TijuanaA A K Maconihcr will in a week or two see his new twoyearolds that he purchased recently from J E Widener in Franco according to word from New York The band of youngsters Mr Maeomber bought from the same owner last year did so well in French racing that lie thought he would take another chance in the same direction Oriental Park Heavy Track Racing: Program of Roosevelt Memorial Day Carried Out Despite Adverse Conditions. ORIENTAL PARK HEAVY TRACK RACING Program of Roosevelt Memorial Day Carried Out Despite Adverse Conditions More rain brought a heavy track and much dis ¬ appointment to the many who hoped for the best of conditions on Roosevelt Memorial Day Hut the big throng present faced their problems cheerfully and were rewarded by as good racing as Avas to be reasonably expected expectedThe The opening dash at five and a half furlongs resulted in a wellearned victory for Northern Hello under a good ride by Murray Off poorly she made up ground steadily and coining through the stretch with a rush won going away by a length with Plain Heather second a half length in front of Mary Fitzhugh FitzhughMuch Much local interest attached to the second race because the horses were ridden by Cuban army officers Frascuolo was always the favorite and made good under a careful ride winning by six lengths from Manganese and Shasta amid a din of vociferous cheering cheeringAssign Assign furnished a mild surprise when he over ¬ hauled Lillian G in the third and outstayed her in a game finish after she had seemed safely the winner and old Pierrot had a heart the best of Rora in a hot finish in the fourth race which Hasty Cora would have won with a capable rider up Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES Communications without names and addresses will not be noticed nor answered No answers will lie sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre ¬ payment js made at time of wiring query Hot ¬ ting papers will not be calculated I H F Covington Ky Miss Todd bay filly I by Toddington Aim was never started May Star bay mare i is by Duval or Maratlion Slarcadia by Star Shoot Arcadia by Hindoo HindooJ J H Louisville Ky The filly foal of 1000 by Kilkerran The Crisis died in 1911 according to the Stud Pook Volume II The Crisis also died in 112 Louise Paul was the 1011 progeny of Kilkerrau The Crisis CrisisW W H C Chicago 111 Pictures of most good race horses in England can he obtained from W A Rouch Kit Strand W C 1 I indon England Tattersalls address is Cavendish Square I ondon England Tattersalls publish the Stud Hook and Racing Calendar Horse and Hound 110 Strand AV C ± Hritish Hlood Stock Agency 2ti Charing Cross Road W C 2 London England EnglandH H J M Toledo O Sad Sam was a twoyear old in 1100 So was Silurian The late I uis II Ezell raced Sad Sam on the Chicago tracks lie was of fair quality Pearl Jennings raced many times on the old AVost Side Chicago course in E Corrigans colors She ran sixteen times in liSIO and won nine races eight of them in suc ¬ cession Siie was by Lolaps May Howard Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Mr O D AVideners gelding Royal Duck by Royal Realm Duckshot of which great things were expected last year and won his first and last of thirteen races has grown into a noble looking threeyearold and is expected to race better this year yearThe The French stable of Mr A K Macomber in Thomas Murphys hands did well in fall racing on the Parisian tracks and from tin twoyearolds some extra good horses are said to have developed I Three are likely to cut some figure in the big French stakes of the summer Kentucky's Racing Dates: Lexington Opens the Campaign with Ten Days of Racing.; Louisville to Follow with Nineteen and Latonia with Thirty-One--Officials Appointed. KENTUCKYS RACING DATES Lexington Opens the Campaign with Ten Days of Racing Louisville to Follow with Nineteen Nineteenand and Latonia with Thirty One Officials Appointed LEXINGTON Ky March 22 The Kentucky Ttnc ing season will open at Lexington Saturday April 24 and close at Latonia AVednesday July 7 an ag ¬ gregate of sixty days according to the allotment made today by the State Racing Conimission ConimissionThe The meeting was presided over by J O ICeono the vicechairman and Messrs Thomas C Mc ¬ Dowell Ernest Pollard and Robert AV Hunter were also present the only absentee being Chairman 1 N Camd who is at Hot Springs SpringsThe The dates are Lexington Saturday April 24 to Wednesday WednesdayMay May 5 10 days daysLouisville Louisville Saturday May 8 to Saturday May 29 19 days daysLatonia Latonia Wednesday Juno 2 to Wednesday WednesdayJuly July 7 31 days daysJohn John P McLanghlin was roappointod supervisor of pariniutuel pooling AV L Lewis was rcappointcLl official timer of exercise trials and F A MeCaho of Mt Sterling was selected to succeed L C Thiel son of Louisville as telegraphic censor at licensed tracks Purses at Lexington are to average SOO per race at Louisville 1200 per race and at Latonia l liOO iOO per race added money This is the same as last spring springThe The following officials selected by the Ken ¬ tucky Jockey Club wore approved by ttio com ¬ mission missionCharles Charles F Price Samuel C Nuckols Jr and Andrew H Leonard stewards stewardsWilliam William II Shelley and Edward Jasper placing judges judgesA A H Dado starter starterCharles Charles F Price AVilliam II Shelley and Idward Jasper haiidicappers haiidicappersWilliam William II Shelley racing secretary secretaryN N II McClelland clerk of the scales scalesAV AV V Walsh tinier tinierAV AV E Phillips Edgar Ronshaw and K G Floyd patrol judges judgesDr Dr J T Chawk and Dr Hradloy paddock judges judgesDr Dr Lewis Ryans track physician physicianAndrew Andrew H Leonards appointment to the stew ¬ ardship will prove a popular addition to the stand Ho has an inherent love of racing has been a horse breeder is a student of blood lines is a writer of turf topics knowing both running and trotting horse lineage and has that firmness of conviction which is usually described as bone bone He is a soninlaw of the late AVilliam Cassins CoodFoo and is a brotherinlaw of Major Thomas C McDowell who felt complimented that his kinsman had been chosen without any sug ¬ gestion on his part This seat in the stain last year was filled by Sherman Goodpastor secretary treasurer of the Kentucky Jockey Club who created the vacancy by voluntary withdrawal withdrawalThe The Thoroughbred Horse Association bulletin was designated to be the medium of the official publi ¬ cation of the state racing commissions minutes notices and announcements announcementsAll All applications for licenses will bo referred to the three racing stewards for approval or disap ¬ proval after which they will be submitted to the commission for action This means that jockeys and trainers who have been guilty of turf frauds or irregularities known to the stewards have small chance to got a license in Kentucky All applica ¬ tions are expected to bo in before April 1 other ¬ wise the foe will IK 2 each instead of 10 10The The commission instructed James Hrooks ap Goorgo Stone having left the service of J O and J II Keene contending that his contract has expired was ordered not to work for anyone until it is established that his contract has expired An examination of the original contract is to be made within a few days by Colonel John K Allen attorney How Things Stand In Maryland HOW THINGS STAND IN MARYLAND HALTIMORK Md March 22 The Hurke racing commission bill today was passed to its third read ¬ ing by the Houso of Delegates with amendments limiting the number of racing days in the state to 100 instead of 112 as at present preventing tint starting of any more tracks other than those now operating and providing that all fees and taxes paid except 3000 which under the charter of Pimlico goes to Haltimoro County be paid intd the state treasury The bill taxes each track of the four In Maryland 0 a day for each day of racing though an effort was made to raise this to 10000 a day dayThe The hill being oil its third reading cannot be again amended There is but one chance in many thousands that it will fail of passage in the house because of tin feeling of a majority of tiie delegates that it would be a legislative mistake for the gen ¬ eral assembly to adjoirn without passing some measure regulating racing racingAfter After being passed by the house the bill must go to tin senate where its passage seems assured though tiiere is talk in that body of amending it by adding a section requiring a referendum on racing If this is done the amended bill would have to come hack to the house and the chances are the amend ¬ ment would be stricken off or the bill killed in toto Praise For New Orleans Racing PRAISE FOR NEW ORLEANS RACING Herman Conkling is back in New York and re ¬ ports the recent meetings at New Orleans the best in recent years Jib also declares that the senti ¬ ment of the business people in the South is sharply in favor of racing and that Governor Parker will not block any reasonable measure that applies to the sport so long as it is properly conducted Page 2 DAILY RACING FORV Daily During Winter Months Dally Except Monday Balance of the Tear DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO ILL 74 EXCHANGE STREET BUFFALO N T Entered as secondclass matter April 2 189ft n the postoffice at Chicago Illinois under the Act o March 3 1870 New York City Office 1482 BroadwA BroadwAROOM ROOM 804 804General General Representative ED COLE COLEAll All dealers supplied from this office officeBack Back numbers and monthly books supplied suppliedFor For sale at all hotels and newsstand SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ADVANCEIer Ier Week S 100 100Tcr Tcr Month 300 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BARDORA Norfolk Belle Punctual Northern NorthernBelle Belle BelleI I Iiwrll Roundel Bulger Magic Mirror 4Frst Pullet Will Soon Hasty Cora Willie WillieWoods Woods 5 Dainty Lady Phcdoden Ed Garrison Gold GoldStone Stone 0 Fortunes Favor Duke of Shelby Plantarede PlantaredeNative Native Soil Bowie Racing Considered Certain BOWIE RACING CONSIDERED CERTAIN NEW ORLEANS La March 22 Regardless of rumors to the contrary the Bowie meeting posi ¬ tively will open on April 1 as advertised is the word received from Joseph Mcl ennan who acted as secre ¬ tary at the Fair Grounds meeting and is filling that place at the Maryland course courseThis This coming right from the scene of action serves to substantiate an announcement made by G D Bryan Jr following the receipt of news that the Court of Appeals liar handed dovn a decision which might prevent racing at Bowie BowieBryan Bryan fortified by his study of conditions in Maryland says that the legislature of Maryland will pass a bill establishing a state commission to rcgulato the sport sportIt It is practically assured if Secretary McLennans telegram is to be taken as authority that the Mary ¬ land senate will approve the bill to create the coaiuiissiou Potent Blood Of Bonnie Scotland: Big Factor in Development and Improvement of Our Thoroughbred--Luke Blackburn His Best. POTENT BLOOD OF BONNIE SCOTLANI g Factor in Development and Improvement oi Our Thoroughbred Luke Blackburn His Best One of the prime factors in the development and Improvement of the American thoroughbred is tin blood of Ronnie Scotland Whether on the sires oi dams side this blood Is equally potent The greal Hanover was out of Ilourboii Belle by Ponnie Scot ¬ land this giving all of his descendants an infu ¬ sion of this valuable blood Among the leading winning sires of 1 17 Dick Welles and Broomstick both carry it Dick Welles through his dam Broom ¬ stick in the direct male line Broomstick Ren Brush Branble Bonnie Scotland all good high class race Horses stake winners and sensational sires siresPonnie Ponnie Scotland was foaled in 18515 by lago out of the celebrated Queen Mary and had the best constitution of any member of her famous family On account of an injury to one of his legs he was only raced when a threeyearold and then in only four races all stakes He won the Liverpool St Leger one and threequarter miles ran fourth in the Great York Stakes was second in the Don caster St Leger and won the Doncaster Stakes one and onehalf miles by a length and a half beat ing Manganese Aleppo and others of the best three yearolds in England Itonnic Scotland broke down completely at the finish of this last race and he was soon sold to Captain Cornish by whom he was brought to America and was subsequently pur ¬ chased by the late John Reber of Lancaster Fair field Comity Ohio OhioMEAGER MEAGER OPPORTUNITIES AT LANCASTER He remained in Hie stud at Lancaster where he had meager opportunities until 1S7 While there he sired among others of note Dangerous Young Fashion and Malcolm which was the sire of Marian the dam of Emperor of Norfolk Yo Tambien etc In 1807 Mr Reber sold Bonnie Scotland to E A Smith by whom he was sent to Kentucky where he made the seasons of 1807 and 18 58 siring some excellent race horses from the promiscuous band of mares sent to his court courtWhile While in Kentucky he sired the celebrated trot ¬ ting griding Scotland out of AVaterwitch by Pilot Ir one of the best 1 rotters of his day which ob ¬ tained a trotting record of 2221 2221j j forty years ago In 18 S he became the property of 1 C Simpson who traded a farm in Iwva for him the horse being valued at 0000 He was subsequently sold to Mr Gage of Chicago and C C Parks of AVatikegan 111 the last named gentleman finally buying out Mr Gages interest and standing the horse at his farm near AVaukegau Up to tliis time in his career Bonnje Scotland really had no opportunity to show his intrinsic merit as a sensational sire although his success was fair and his progeny attracted attention But in 1872 General Harding proprietor of the Belle Mead Farm at Nashville Tcnn had the misfortune to lose botli of his stallions Vandal and lack Malone and after seeking all over the country for an ideal stallion finally purchased Bonnie Scotland as the best obtainable obtainableAt At Belli Meade Itonnic Scotland rapidly came into his own Crossed onto the royallybred and excellently selected broodmares of that farm he immediately became the premier stallion of America rind led the winning sires of the country in 1880 and maintained that proud iKisition in 1S82 and 1883 Ponnie Scotland died at Belle Meade Feb ¬ ruary 1 1880 aged 27 years and his skeleton was iirticulatcd and placed in the Aanderbilt University in Nashville Trim Luke ItlacUbiirn was probably the best race horse the old hero ever sired with Ueorge Kinney next nextBRAMBLE BRAMBLE GREAT CUP HORSE HORSEWhile While Bramble was a great race horse and a Cup liorse par excellence he never attained that de ree of popular favor that was bestowed upon the ither two It was however reserved to Bramble lo perpetuate and hand down with undiminished iplcndor to future generations the glorious quail ies of an illustrious family Ben Brush a sou of ramble is represented by three twoyearold iviiiners tills year one of which Honrydrw is a take winner Clifford a son of Bramble is repre ¬ sented thisi year i y the twoyearold winner Umatilla UmatillaBen Ben Brush also sired Broomstick which is third n the list at the present date of the winning sires f America Delhi by Ben Brush is the sire of three twoyearold winners this year Sweep by Sen Brush is represented so far this year with iglitoen Iwoygarold winners among the number Hing the good stake filly Ocean Sweep Von 1romp by Ben Brush is the sire of three two rearold winners of seven races this year Sweeper Broomstick is the sire of Reveler and AVhisk Iroom II by Broomstick is the sire of Bonnie liroom both twoyearold winners this year yearTherefore Therefore it will be seen that the family is rigorous and enduring and while the twoyearolds ire precocious and come to hand early it is a most lesirable quality when twoyearolds are ably to ivhi so many valuable slakes and the owner is able o realize on the money invested in yearlings It s also a family that seems to increase in potency iVitii each succeeding generation and from present ndications the Bonnie Scotland male line will uivo winning representatives on the turf for years o conn American And English Pedigrees AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PEDIGREES To the Editor of Daily Racing Form FormSalvators Salvators article which appeared in Daily Kacing Form March 20th was most timely Be ¬ fore this I have myself written something on the impossibility of accepting Hanovers pedigree us rendered Hanovers concocted pcdigrco for evi ¬ dently it is a concocted one is due primarily to neglect on the part of American breeders them ¬ selves their neglect in failing to provide them ¬ selves with a mean of properly registering their bloodstock until so late a date as 1884 The first volume of Bruces Stud Rook did not appear until that late dale whereas the first volume of the English General Stud Book was published in 1827 There is absolutely no excuse for the failure of the American breeders of bloodstock to make pro ¬ vision for a means of registration until 1881 Re ¬ member the old biblical saying Tin sins of the forefathers shall be visited on the children etc etcA A rather fearsome pronuiiciainento I am free to admit but true nevertheless The sin of omission of the earlier American breeders in not properly recording their bloodstock breeding activities is now being visited on those of the pitsent genera ¬ tion in so far as members of their native thorough ¬ bred families are debarred from entrance to the English General Stud Pook PookNo No sane man believes Hanovers pedigree is correct as rendered I suppose the truth is that Grey Eagle a good race horse in his day must needs have a pedigree a concocted one it would now appear to be So on account of the earlier sins of omission of American bloodstock breeders the name of Hanover is barred from the English General Stud Pook PookAlso Also I read a good deal nowadays concerning the good old hard bottom American race horse and am also told tin American horseman has de ¬ veloped a breed of horses superior to any in the world This the merest IM SI a spirit of equine Chaitvianism as it were which in no way will hold water because the best of American pedigrees a re ¬ built up on a solid English foundation If the so called American horses are superior how conies it that Star Shoot a wonderfully successful sire vyas imported as was Fairy Gold dam of the champion Fjilr Play Friar Rock etc and that Rock Sand is the kingpin of the brood mare sires siresThe The best in bloodstock breeding as in everything else is none too good why therefore should all American families simply because they are Ameri ¬ can families lie accepted for registration iu the English Stud Book Be pleased also to remember the English take a national pride in the horse they have devxloped and that eveu all of the good English race horses are not eligible for registra ¬ tion and that such famous Australian families as that of Sappho arc barred barredIn In Salvators concluding sentence lies the secret of all this heartburning But that will never in all probability affect tin issue that there is no place on earth where they so long to make them ¬ selves felt Absolute and convincing evidence this that the American racing man and breeder of bloodstock well recognize the fact that the English bred horse both on the race course and JH the stud stands supreme EXILE EXILELexington Lexington Ky March 20 1 20 Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The Riddle stable having lost the services of jockey John Loftus through the refusal of Tilt Jockey Club to grant him a lictiiso has taken se ond call on the services of M Buxton on whom th Schwartz stable has the first call calllie lie threeyearold colt C O Doren which raced at Reno last year is not eligible for regular ra ing owing to nonregistration with The Jockey Cl b Neither the colt nor Its dam Ketchem are recorded on tho books of the registration depart munt American Invasion Of England: Richard Ten Broeck's Long Endeavor to Prove Superiority of American Racers. AMERICAN INVASION OF ENGLAND ENGLANDRichard Richard Ten Broecks Long1 Endeavor to Provi Superiority of American Racers A notable and almost forgotten racing Incideni was the invasion of England before the Civil war bj the American turfman Richard Ten Broeck wealthy man he took over the best horses inonej could buy in tills country and did game and par ¬ tially successful battle over there for a number o years His venture fills a remarkable page in tun history and this description of its features bj Francis Stevens in Sports of the Times is valuabh and worthy of presentation Ten Broecks invasion among other things resulted in his bringing to thi country horses that have indelibly left their imprest on our breding interests Mf Stevens reminis ¬ cence of Ten Bro ks career in England says saysIn In looking over recently an old volume of tin Sports of the Times for 1855 when that journa was edited by The Tall Son of York AVillian T Porter some matters were brought to mind con ¬ nected with Richard Ten Broeck and his racing venture in England in 1857 and subsequent years yearsIt It had long been a disputed question arising oul of the different modes of breeding training rldinj and racing pursued in the two countries which sys tern has developed the greatest speed and bottom ii the thoroughbred horse and national pride on cad side of the Atlantic claimed the palm for home homeAt At length Richard Ten Broeck of Kentucky and New Orleans determined to undertake tin risli of an actual trial although as early as 1843 ai American horse and one or two marcs had been sent abroad and one the horse Tempest by Trustee lunette sister to Sir Charles had raced in Eng FAMOUS LEXINGTON HIS FIRST CHOICE CHOICEIn In 1855 he began to select the horses which wen to lie sent over to England Of course his first choice was the famous Lexington wfiich had won the great State Stakes at fourmile heats from Highlander Arrow and Lecompte in 808 and 801 over a muddy course and had been beaten by Lecompte at fourmill heats in 721 anil 738 the best nice ever run in America to that day and the fastest time on record It was said that the de ¬ feat of Lexington was due to the fact that his rider Meichon pulled him ui at the end of the third mile in the second heat thinking the race fin ¬ ished This defeat led to the great match for 25 000 to run a dash of four miles to beat 720 Tliu race took place on April 2 JS55 and Lexington won in 7J4 On April 14 Lexington once more met his great rival Lccomuto for the Jockey Club Purse of 1000 and an inside stake of 2500 each at fourmile heats Lexington won the first heat in 723 and Lecompte was drawn drawnSome Some time during the summer before leaving the south it being Mr Ten Broecks intention to ship the horse over in 1855 and to race in 1850 Lexing ¬ ton got out of his box and gorged himself with feed in the night He was discovered by some of tin stable boys and returned to his box In the morning nothing was said to his trainer by the boys and Lexington was sent out and worked strongly He finished in such n distressed condition that he came near dying llis trainer was at a loss to account for this distress but was told by a fellow trainer what had taken place placeThis This of course compelled a let up in Lexingtons training and he was sent north to New York and thence to Saratoga for the benefit of the water and air He was in the charge of George Rice who afterwards was famous as a trainer After a stay at Saratoga he was sent to Charles Lloyds place at Ilolmdel N J and there galloped again He was doing well when he got tint iKtter of his rider and running away injured himself himselfThrough Through this injury coupled with his gorging himself in the summer he was so out of condition that he went blind and was tinown out of training and was sent to Kentucky where in 1855 he made his first season at the stud at the farm of the late W F Harper between Midway and Spring Station Kentucky KentuckyThis This disaster caused a change in the plans of Mr Ten Broeck and his trip abroad was postponed postponedFIRST FIRST SHIPMENT IN 1856 1856In In September lS5i Mr Ten Broccl sent to Eng ¬ land via Scotland by the Cunanl Line from Bos ¬ ton the horses Pryor Lecompte and Prioress PrioressPryor Pryor was foaled in 1852 by Glencoe Gipsey sister to Medoc by American Eclipse 11 u was a highclass winner at all distances distancesLtcoinpti Ltcoinpti was foaled in 1810 by Buston tlw fa ¬ mous Reel by Glencoe He wys a noted winner at nil distances and had the honor of being the only liorse that ever defeated Ixxington IxxingtonPrioress Prioress was foaled iu 1852 by Sovereign Reel dam of Leeomptc etc etcThe The horses were sent over in charge of David Palmer who trained for Mr Ten Broeck and ar ¬ rived safely and were imt in slow work The band became acclimated and were largely entered in all the prominent stakes and races for which they were eligible eligibleThe The first start made by the American horses was at Glorious Goodwood on July HO 1857 for the Goodwood Cup two miles and i half Pryor 121 omuls ridden by Charles Littlefield and Prioress US pounds ridden by Gilpatrick started and were 1111 ilaccd The race was won by Count F de La Granges Monarqiie five years old 121 pounds The winner Monarquc was destined to ylay an important part iu English racing as lie sired the miglitly Gladia teiir which avenged Waterloo by winning the Two Thousand Guineas Derby St Leger Ascot Gold Cup and oilier races Gladialeur was the second liorse lo win the Triple Event and the first for ¬ eignbred horse to win the famous blue ribbon of tiie English turf the Epsom Derby DerbyLecompte Lecompte only started once and was third to Fisherman for the AVarwick Cup three miles and ilied shortly afterwards Pryor also died and thus the stable was reduced to Prioress PrioressShortly Shortly after Goodwood when the entries for the great fall handicaps were made Prioress was named for tiie Cesarewitcli and also for the Cambridge ¬ shire Handicap When the weights appeared it was found that Prioress bad been given only ninety three pounds in the Cesarewitcli and when the odds were long against her the bulk of the money of Mr Ten Broeck who was a great bettor was carefully put on at the odds of over 100 to 1 and in some cases at 150 to 1 as the bookmakers thought it was finding money to lay against the American mare marePRIORESS PRIORESS WINS THE CESAREWITCH CESAREWITCHThe The nice was run October 13 1857 over the Cesarewitch course two miles and 4SH yards thirty four starters among them Warlock Fisherman Saunterer Gunboat Odd Trick and Tasmania Prioress i pounds ridden by Tankersley an American at 0 to 1 El Hakim three years old C pounds it 8 to 1 and Queen Bess three years iild ili pounds 30 to 1 ran a dead heat The own ¬ ers all insisted on a runoft and here was where the American system of training came into play as Prioress had been trained to run heats She was iooled out by Palmer and Littlefield and came to the post in fine condition with the famous George Fordham in tht saddle El Hakim was the favorite it I to 4 Prioress at 2 to 1 and Juten Bess at 3 lo 1 Fordham made a waiting race and won by a length and a half thus bringing oT the first of Mr Ten Broecks famous coups coupsMr Mr Littlefield was at the finishing post with Prioress clothing and was jubilant over the vic ¬ tory as he had a sovereign on at 100 to 1 as also did Palmer tin trainer trainerThe The victory in the Cesarewitch was memorable on account of its being the first dead heat made for the event and the only time in its history to date in which three horses have made a dead heat for it It was also noteworthy as it represented tin first victory by an American horse in England EnglandMr Mr Ton Broecks winnings wero large largePrioress Prioress started for the Cambridgeshire Handicap with ninetyeight pounds iiy anil was unplaced Odd Trick winning winningPrioress Prioress was a good bread winner for Mr Ten Itroeck as she also won in 1858 the Great York ¬ shire Stakes over the St Leger course at Doncaster me mile threequarters and 132 yards and a number of matches and Queens Plates Prioress and Tin Brewer ran a dead heat for second place in the Iesarewitcii in 1858 Avon by Rocket ami she was third to The Promised Land for the Goodwood Cup uf 185 at two and onehalf miles milesIn In 185S and later on Mr Ten Broeck added to liis stable Satellite formerly Sherritt a good win ¬ ner in America by Albion out of a mare by Levi than which won the Stamford Plato and Plates it Ascot Brighton and Newmarket and was sec ¬ ond for the Goodwood Cup Starke by AVagner Reel which won in 1850 the Goodwood Stakes two and onehalf miles the Bentinck Memorial Plate three miles and fivccichths at Goodwood mid the AVarwick Cup three miles and in 1801 won the Goodwood Cup two and onehalf miles the Brighton Stakes and was second for the Goodwood Stakes UMPIRE FAILS IN THE DERBY DERBYUmpire Umpire by Lecompte Alice Caracal was heavily lacked in the yearling books trt win the Derby of ISi for a large fortune at long odds Umpire ivoii three races at two years old and was well liacked for the Derby for which he started at I to I against with Tin Wizard favorite at to 1 igainst and Thornianhy ut 4 to 1 Umpire ran icvenfh in a field of thirty Thormanby winning The Wizard second and Horror third thirdThe The late G B Bruce of tliv Live Btocli IJctord Ixxington Ky was in England in 1SCO and saw the Derby run and told me the following story Lord Glasgow an eccentric nobleman who after ¬ wards bred tins famous Musket was fond of mak ¬ ing freak liets He knowing Mr Ten Broeck stood to win several hundred thousand pounds said to Mr Ten Broeck that he would bet him TOO guineas that he Mr Ten Broeck would not whistle God Save the Queen as the horses passed the post Mr Ten Broeck took the bet and Mr Bruce who stood at Mr Ten Broecks side said Mr Ten Broeck was whistling God Save the Queen as Thor manby flashed past the post and he saw his fortune vanish Umpire won many races for both Mr Ten Broeck and Lord Coventry who purchased him On going into the stud Umpire was successful getting many winners and was a famous sire of halfbred hunters jmd jumpers jumpersOther Other American horses that Mr Ten Broeck raced in England and won with were Annette by Scyth ¬ ian Alice Carneal Lexingtons dam Echo by Revenue Sarali AVashington by Garrisons Zinga nce Maggiore by Lecompte Evergreen by Glen ¬ coe Novice by Knight of St George Sister to Pryor No 1 by Glencoe Olive Branch by Lex ¬ ington Sarah AVashlngtoii Rubicon by Lexington Bay Leaf by Yorkshire Summcrsidc by Lex ¬ ington Sister No 2 to Pryor and Optimist by Lexington mare by Glencoe out of Jeannetteaii which won the Palatine Cuy at Chester Ascot Stakes many Queens Plates and the Stamford Cup three miles Tin object of art going with the stakes was an elegant silver candelabra heavily gilded which afterwards came into the possession of the late Major B G Thomas and often graced the table at the famous Dixiana House at Lexing ¬ ton Ky KyREMARKABLE REMARKABLE CAREER OF OPTIMIST OPTIMISTStarke Starke was sold to the Pussian government ami was a successful sire in Germany Optimist which Mr Ten Broeck considered one of the best of his horses came near being killed when he was a few days old at AVoodburn Farm in Kentucky When Optimist was foaled he had unusually long pasterns both iu front and behind seemingly in ¬ herited from his grandfather Old White Face1 as Boston was familiarly called which made eight tracks as he walked Mr Nelson Dudley who was superintendent for Mr Robert A Alexander owner of the AVoodburn Stud was going to kill him be ¬ cause of tin raw and weak condition of these pas ¬ terns which seemed to give the horse great pain Mr Alexander would not consent as he was Mr Ten Broecks property and thus iiis life was saved Mr Dudley then had his pasterns bound up and declared that he never would be of any account Optimist outgrew the weakness and won many times much to Mr Dudleys disgust and the pride of Mr Alexander Oytimist after his racing career was sent to France where he got many manywinners winners ai ig them Mars which afterwards got gotJongleur Jongleur which won the Cambridgeshire Handicap HandicapMany Many others were sent to England and were raced by Mr Ten Broeck and other owners among them Arcadian and Rlanchrttr both by Knight of St Icorge dam Transylvania a daughter of the famous eytona Babylon by Belshazzar dam a mare by Trustee Bonita by Financier Sarah AVashington harleston by Sovereign Millwood Charmian by Knight of St George Ieytona Cincinnati by Star Davis Theatress Des Chiles by Glencoe Brown Kitty Illusion by Revenue Sister No 2 to Pryor Knight of the Garter by Sovereign Levity by Trustee Lincoln by Brlshazzar dam a mare by byIonian Ionian Myrtle by Lexington Evergreen by byIlencoe Ilencoe Olive Branch by Lexington Sarah AVash ngton Padrona by Revenue Spiletta by Stock veil Summcrsidc by Lexington Sister No 2 to Pryor Templar by Knight of St George Emilia lam of Australian AVoodburn by Glencoe uaro by Trustee Woodford by Lexington Duca oon These raced up to and including 1807 when the American horses dropped out and there were no American horses in England until the fall of 1875 when the late M II Sanford sent a stable over there which began racing in 1870 and was fairly successful Of the above named horses Babylon won a race Echo won six times two races wero won by Lincoln Olive Branch was returned a win ¬ ner six times SumnuTsidc finished first five times and Woodburn won twice and divided the stakes in another anotherPURCHASED PURCHASED ECLIPSE IN 188G 188GIn In 1858 Mr Ten Broeck purchased Eclipse and Barbarity Eclipse was by Orlando Gaze by Bay Middleton and had won tin Clearwell Stakes at two years old and at three the Ascot Biennial i stake at Newmarket made a dead heat with Beads ¬ man for the Newmarket Stakes the yair dividing the stakes and was fourth for the Derby Bar ¬ barity by Simoon Barbarians dam was a capital race mare having won eight races at three years nld ajid six at four years of age In 185 they were sent to this country Ecliyse made some seasons ut Lexington Ky getting a number of good win ¬ ners nersFrom From Lexington he was sent east to Mr Francis Morris i Tliroggs Neck N Y where he remained until his death iu 1878 Eclipse got among others Ruthless winner of tho first Bclniont Stakes and Alarm the first horse to run a mile in 1 42i and sire of many capital winners among them Ilimyar the sire of tin great Domino the grandsire of the unbeaten Colin Eclipse also sired Fanny Ludlow the first horse to run a mile and an eighth in 1 5f the record for several years and granddam of loxhall which won in England two out of three starts at two years and which ran second at three years old to Bend Or for tin City and Suburban Handicap in front of twentytwo others lie also ivon other races among them the Cesarowitch mil Cambridgeshire Handicaps Foxhall was the second horse to win the Cambridgeshire and Cesare ivith Handicaps the same year Mr AVilliam Day ivho trained Foxhall said that he was fourteen iioiinds the best horse lie ever trained Foxhall also ivon tht Grand Prix de Paris at three years old mil the Gold Cup at Ascot AscotBarbarity Barbarity went to Mr Morris also and was the lam of the famous Barbarous Battalion as they verr called by the late Charles J Foster among heni Ruthless Relentless Remorseless Regardless tin Merciless from whom came many good winners winnersLater Later on Mr Ten Broeck also sent over to this onutry Phaeton and some broodmares among them ady Love dam of Lisbon which sired Troubadour ivhich won the Suburban anil brought off a grand oup for his owner the late Captain S S Brown BrownIf If it had not been for Mr Ten Broeck Phaeton ind Eclipse never would have come over here and he American turf would not have had King Alfonso oxhall Jot Cotton Fonxi Grenada Ilimyar Dom ¬ ino Cap and Bells Commando Colin Drake Car ¬ ter which held for many years the three mile rec ird Bersan and the great Ten Broeck which held it one time five American records viz a mile in 3 i two miles in 327 three miles in 52i otir miles in 715 and two and fiveeighths mileSu n 458C Mr 458CMr Ten Broeck also selected in England for Hajor B G Thomas King Ban which was a great iiiccess at the stud as the sire of many winners imong them King Fox Ban Fox and Queen Ban BanEvery Every one who came in contact with Mr Ten troeck was attracted by his graceful manners and harming personality either in the drawing room ir on the race course Every American turfman mist acknowledge a debt of gratitude to Mr Ten iJroeck through whose instrumentality such horses is Alarm Foxhall and Ten Broeck were given to he turf Anything To Best The Bookmakers ANYTHING TO BEST THE BOOKMAKERS The following clipping from some recentlypub ¬ lished South African racing reminiscences suggests that so long as the bookmakers are beaten some men an not particular as to the means adopted At one meeting some owners wanted to get their own back from the bookies On the course were old anil new stands if they could b called by any name so flattering In one race a pony called well AVest African was favorite and its colors were all blue on the program By an arrangement with tin stewards a change of colors was made tho result being that another pony carried all blue This change of colors was posted up on the old stand which no one ever went near Of course all blue was well out of it and some interesting betting took place while tin running was in progress There was much angry outcry on the part of the bookies who had laid any odds against West African in the running but they had to pay At a meeting near Sydney only recently a mistake in the colors given in the racebook was costly to some hackers notwithstanding a correction was conspicuously posted on the course Many people took no heed of the alteration and when they saw the horse referred to well in front at the turn confused it with another whose colors were cor ¬ rectly given in the book and duly supported the wrong one Their disgust can be Imagined when they later discovered that the winner was not the horse they thought they were backing Sydtnjy Referee Stake Dates For 1920 STAKE DATES San Diego Business Mins Handicap Ti ¬ juana Mex March 21 21Cuban Cuban Derby Oriental Park Havana Cuba March 23 Los Angeles llighVveight Handicap Tijuana TijuanaMex Mex April 4 4Dupvc Dupvc UauUicap Tijuana Hex j April 18 Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA MONDAY MARCH 22 1920 Oriental Park One liumlrel ami fourth day CubaAmer iean Jockey anil Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather cloudy temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward 0 T Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge AV II Slielley Starter James Milton line ing Secretary Martin Nathanson Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 p in AV indicates whip S spurs B blinkers Fig nrcs in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse an weight carried lndicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs Jan 24 1917 1054 5 102 Purse GOO 3year olds Allowances Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt 4 V StrFm Jockeys Oyners O H O P i 40352 NORTHRN BELLE w 110 7 r 5 t 3 1 T Murray AV C Daly 2 2 2J 1 12 40459 PLAIN HEATHER w 110 12 I3 1s I 21 AV Gargan J AV Pangle 7 7 7 2 65 6540430MARY 40430MARY FITXHUGH w 102 0 7 4i 2 2Z 3 = 1 A Tryon C L Mackey 10 10 10 4 2 240370SEA 40370SEA PRINCE w 10G S n 9 k 71 r 4i E AtkinsnH E Swan G S S 3 S5 404 18MAIOR BRADLEY w 110 10 10 10 Sl 71 5s F Lux J J OMalley 3 3 3 6535 40457 SMALL STONE w 100 5 1 2 51 41 G1 P Lone J Umensetter 10 10 10 4 2 10458 RAVENSEA w 111 4 4 GJ ii 51 7l A Piektns A H Diax 4 4 31 75 71 7145900SHERRA 45900SHERRA w US 31 4 S4 Ss AV Jarrell J T Ireland 8 S 8 3 S5 40458 IIOT FOOT w 101 2 5 7s 9 MO 91 F AVilson L Ploom 8 S 8 3 85 4 04 57 DIRECTOR JAMES w 104 3 S S io 9 klO G MangnnH L Hutcllinson 5 5 5 2i C5 Time 25 50 104 11214 Track heavy 2 niutuels jiaid N rthern Belle 740 straight 140 place 300 show Plain Heather 950 place 50o show Alary Fitzhi gh 790 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking idds Northern Belle 270 to 100 straight 120 to 100 place SO to 100 show Plaii Heather 375 to 100 plac ISO to 100 show Mary Fitzhngli 295 to 100 show showWinner Winner P f by Tl eo Cook Northern Girl by Yankee trained bv G P Sherman bred by Mr Join E Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 24i5 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon handily second and third driv ¬ ing NORTHERN BELLE was outrun for the lirst half but closed with a rush in the stretch and got ii iu the last twenty yards to win going away PLAIN HEATHER tired badly after racing into a long lead MARY FITXHirGH ran well throughout MAJOR BRADLEY gained steadily from a slow beginning am ran away a mile after the race raceScratched Scratched 10200 Miss La Rue M110 M110Overweights Overweights Mary Fitzhngli 1 pound Director James 1 SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlons Jan 24 1917 105 5 102 Army Officers Purse 600 4yearolds and upward Special AVeights Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt Vi Vt 4StrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H 0 P 4 4 5 FRASCUELO 6 145 7 4 2nk 1 = 12 1B SrESva Jr 45033 MAXGAXESE 9 145 5 4 I5 3l 2l 2U Lh FMbtyE A Whitney S S S 3 S5 4015 SHASTA 5 145 4 2 1 21 r Lt MAAaA A Ruiz 4 4 3 C5 35 40432 SEA BEACH v 7 145 5 7 51 41 4 = 4 Cap LRAaAV J Press 10 10 10 4 2 40432IACKROSE 12 145 2 i 41 5l Ti 53 Lt ACespsI C Carbonnel 5 5 4 S5 45 4475HAXDS OFF 7 145 Si 1 8 7 7 = 61 Lt HSardsJ Carvallo 22245 25 40472 MIKE D1XOX 4 145 1 T Ink G fi 7r Lt RZPznB K Graham 3 31 31 75 710 IC442MARTY LOU t II 145 t 8 7 S S 8 Lt CFJcoAV Dondas i 7 7 21 65 Time 25 51 105 113 Track heavy 2 mutuels paid Frnscuelo 700 straight 500 place 350 show Manganese 1130 place 00 Kliow Shasta 400 show showEquivalent Equivalent biioking odds Fraseiielo 2SO to 100 straight 150 to 100 place 75 to 100 show Manganese 4 r to 100 place 200 to 100 show Shasta 100 to 101 show showWinner Winner Ill h by Plaudit Rreozyhind by Orlando trained by AV J Daly bred by Mr K F Pritchnnl PritchnnlWent Went to post at 313 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing FRASClELO moved up rapidly on the outside soon after the start and drew away into a long lead in the last eighth MANGANESE ran well and ontgamed SHASTA in the final drive The latter set the irly paw and tired badly HANDS OFF and MARTY LOU ran poorly poorlyScratched Scratched 10411 Saveth 145 4ti470 Ben Butler 145 404572 Roundel 145 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Jan lOSO 111 C 102 Purse 000 4yearolds and upward Claiming1 Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt i V 4StrFin Jockeys Owners o n o P 40378ASSIGX i510rt 7 S 51 2 = 2 lk F LUX A C Xiehaus 444 4 45LILLIAX G 4105 S 5 1 1 2 AV Brown AV AV German 21 21 2 io 40443s JACK HEALEY 4 10 37 S 5l 4 k 31 E AtkinsnJ Everest 222 4525 452540443LADY 40443LADY I AXGDEX w 4 IOC 4 4 3k 31 4 E Barnes J AV Moore 10 10 10 4 2 4044 2 JACK DAAVSOX C 100 1 3 21 41 51 51 J Fletcher G P Sherman 444 S5 45 40442UCHE DOXALTOX 102 2 rt Ct it 6 it AV Jarrell E Linnell 444 S5 45 40444 STILETTO 4109 C 2 41 7 = 7 ° 71S T Murray H T Bangs 5 5 5 2 1 40457 OLD EYLERS 6 114 5 1 7 S 8 S M MountnC H Rowe 12 12 12 5 21 21Time Time 25 50 118 Track heavy 2 inutnels paid Assign 12 o straight iJO place 370 show Lillian 0 470 place 340 show lAd Henley S2SO show showEquivalent Equivalent hooking odds Assign 530 to 100 straight 210 to 100 place 85 to 100 show Lillian O 135 to 100 place 70 to 1011 show lack I lea ley 40 to 100 show showWinner Winner B g by Superman Award by Strathmore trained by A C Niehatis bred by Mr Henry T Oxnard OxnardVnt Vnt to post at 413 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third thn same ASSICN finished on the extreme outside and got up to win in the final stride LILLIAN 0 set a good pace hut tired badly in the last sixteenth JACK UKALliY was ridden all over the track came to the outside on the stretch turn and finished fast next to the inside mil LADY LANGDEN ran well wellScranlied Scranlied 4tVtl2 Prince Bnnern lOfi lOfiOverweights Overweights Lillian 1 pound Lady Langden 2 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 G 102 Purse 000 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 AAVtPPSt U H StrFin Jockeys Owners 4 40445s 0445s PIERROT w S 101 5 2 5 4nv 4i 1 AV Brown H E Graham Graham40305RORA 40305RORA w 5 102 2 3 33 = Sl 21 A Tryon C L Mackey 7 Nf N out I 034 J3 HASTY CORA wu 112 34 2 11 1s S3 A Finley AAilliams Bros 33 1 out out404IOM 404IOM MULSBY wn 5 107 15 1 23 22 4i AV Jarrell J M Cooper 5 5 S5 out out40443SMAG 40443SMAG MIRROR AVIS fi 107 41 415 5 5 F Wilson E J Albright 4 4 2l 1 out outTime Time 25 49Ji 118 Track heavy S2 niutuels paid Pierrot 770 straight 4 Ill place Rora 380 place no show mntuels sold soldEiinivalent Eiinivalent booking odds Pierrot 285 to 100 straight 115 to 100 place Rora S0 to 100 place placeWinner Winner B g by Jalveston Ihantasma by Ormonde or Colden Garter trained by B E Graham bred by Mr James B Haggin HagginAVent AVent to post t 437 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same PIERROT 1 nisheil with a rush and got up to win in the last few strides RORA was hard ridden all through the lion estretch HASTY CORA raced into a long lead after entering the stretch but Jinally ipiit in the last six eentli eentli4Bl 4Bl Delancey 109 4 l21Juie 109 4Ci471Oolden Chance 111 riFTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 600 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt StrFin Jockeys Owners 0 H C P 40381 BUSTER CLARK 4 10S 2 4 3 Il T Murray J AV Moore 32 32 32 3D out outink 40431 SPHEDODEX AS 5 113 4 1 ink 2 AV Taylor J C Mayes 3 3 3 1 out 40223 GOLD STOXE 4 108 3 2 2 3s A PioUens J Umensetter 2 21 21 1 out 037JI BIAXCA 4 IOC 5 410 4 = 0 jj AtUlnsnArmonia Stable 21 21 21 1 out 40431 SISTER SUSIE v 7 111 1 3 5 5 M MountnJ Carvallo 5 G I 2 out Time 24 49 l10i Track heavy 2 niutuels paid Buster Clark 410 straight 320 place Phcdoden 400 place no show mntuels sold soldEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Buster Clark 145 to 100 straight K to 100 place Phedoden 100 to 100 place placeWinner Winner Br g by Stalwart May B II by Bramble trained by J AV Moore bred by Messrs A E Hundley Son SonWent Went to post at 501 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing BKSTER CLARK saved ground on all the turns and finishing fast next to the fail won easing up PIIEDODKN set a good pace and tired in the final drive GOLD STOXE raced well to the stretch and ijiiit it l i li 7lTom Jr 115 40145 Presumption 111 40117 Betterton 111 111Overweights Overweights Sister Susie 2 pounds SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards March 6 1918 141 5 117 Purse 600 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt U 4StrFin Jockeys O U C P 4 0307 L1TTLECOTE wn 4 102 5 7 1 ah 21 11 lv J Fletcher H L Hutchinson JOI01MAXOKIX w 0 106 7 4 3k 4l 4l 22 E liarnes D S Fountain 0443BURLIXGAME wit G IOC 112 VMi 2J AV JarrMl H Bowen 10 10 10 4 40101 DRUSILLA wr 3 SJl 8 5 I1 2 3 1 I 43 P Lonir F Burke 12 12 12 5 40401 THE GLEAMER vu4100 2 S S10 S = 71 r3 P 5s F Lux T J Brow Brow40445T1M Brown 7 S S 3 40445T1M 1 HOGAX wn 5 10C 4 3 C = 31 5 = 5 C1 E AtUinsnG AVarwic AVarwiclcG 40380L1THOLICK AV 110 9 5 51 1 G 7s 7 A Tryon A B Davidson 777 2 G5 40102 FAIRLY w 9 111 C 9 9 9 9 S5 S = M MoimtnC F Brant BrantS 5 5 3 5535 40401 LEGACY w I 109 3 2 4t 7 S = 9 9 F AVilson K Spence 21 3 3 0525 0525Time Time 25 51 118 146 150 Track heavy 2 niutuels paid Littlecote 10t0 straight 051 place 530 show Manokiu 480 place 470 xhow Burlingame 930 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Littlecote 745 to 100 straight 225 to 100 place 105 to 100 show Mano ¬ kiu MO to 100 place 135 to 100 show Burlingame 305 to 100 show showAViuner AViuner B g by St Amant Celine by Cyllene trained by L Crist bred in England by Mr E II Leach LeachWent Went to post at 521 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second uid third the same LITTLECOTE moved up steadily after entering the stretch and won drawing clear MANOKIN finished fast BlRLINGAME tired badly after disposing of Drusilla The latter ran away a mile after the race raceScratched Scratched 40444 Snov Queen 104 40401lGreat Gull 111 111Overweights Overweights Drusilla 3J pounds English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates Days DaysNottingham Nottingham Spring Monday March 20 2 2Kempton Kempton Park Easter Monday April 5 I INewcastle Newcastle Spring Monday April 5 2 2Newbury Newbury Spring Friday April 9 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Craven Tuesday April 13 3 3Epsom Epsom Spring Tuesday April 20 2 2Newmarket Newmarket First Spring Tuesday April 27 4 4Chester Chester Tuesday May 4 3 3Kempton Kempton Park Spring Friday May 7 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second Spring Tuesday May 11 3 3Manchester Manchester AAhitsuntide AVednesday May 25 4 4Kpsom Kpsom Summer Derby and Oaks Tuesday TuesdayJune June 1 4 4Newbury Newbury Summer AAednesday June 9 2 2Ascot Ascot Tuesday June 15 v 4 4Newcastle Newcastle Summer Tuesday June 22 3 3Newmarket Newmarket First July Tuesday June 29 4 4Nottingham Nottingham July Monday July 5 2 Newmarket Second July Tuesday July 13 3 3Sandown Sandown Park Eclipse Friday July lt 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 3Newbtiry Newbtiry Autumn Friday September 2H 2 2AVestern AVestern Ayr AVediiesday September IS 3 3Doncuster Doncuster St Leger Tuesday Septemlier 7 4 4Newmarket Newmarket First October Tuesday September 28 4 4Nottingham Nottingham Autumn Monday October 2 2Haydock Haydock Iark October Wednesday October fl 2 2Kempton Kempton Park October Friday October 8 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Second October Tuesday October 12 4 4Newcastle Newcastle Autumn Tuesday October 2 2Sandnwn Sandnwn Park Autumn Thursday October 21 2 2Newmarket Newmarket Houghton Tuesday October 23 4 4Liverpool Liverpool Autumn AVednesday NovemMer 10 4 4Derby Derby November Wednesday Noveml r 17 3 Manchester November Thursday November 25 3 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Tuesday March 16 Forty third day Lower California Jockey Club AVin ter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L AVing J AY Coffrotli Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary AV AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p ni Chicago time 400 4004R47R 4R47R First Race 38 Mile Jan 8 1916 u ° 35 2 105 Purse 400 2year olds Maidens Net value to winner S300 second 65 third S35 S35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight StraightInfield Infield US 1 = C Gross Wlfl 40355 = Phil Lugo 1152 F Hunt 330ltl 330ltl40355sHugo 40355sHugo Asher US 33 J Mulcahey KWlfl 40355 Sh Squirrel 115 4J AV Mclntyre 43010 4040J Phelan IIS 5i C Klrschbaum 742010 40293 Arera Rita 115 G3 C Buell 330010 40355 Baisy 115 7 S Smith 074010 2 niutuels paid Infield 380 straight f2S place 2 50 show Phillipe Lugo 320 place 20 show Hugo Asher 200 show showTime Time 24 5 3G Track fast fastWinner Winner F Hoovers oh c 2 by Enfield Ter rette by Joe Terry trained by II AV Hoag brei by Mr S S Eakle EakleAVent AVent to post at 20 At post 2 minutes Star good AVon easily second and third driving 4 fid 7 Second Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 tu11 59 3 97 Purse 400 3yearold and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40435Dancinff 40435Dancinff Girl 113 I6 D Connelly 10010 40437IDot H IOS 2 K Taylor 31010 40448 Muriels Pet 11 3 S Smith 33401W 40430 Hyndla 113 41 AV Mclntyre 124GO10 40449 Assessor 115 5 = J Mulcahey 32K 10 40454 Appletto ll i C1 Haywanl 2S1GO10 45810 Harry MasonllO 1 C Buell SOO10 40437jMannikin II 106 S J AAr Hinphy 314010 40450 Canclolaria IOS It1 C McCorkle 57010 40450 Brown Beo 113 10 C1 Gross 740010 2 niutuels paid Dancing Girl 400 straight 240 place 2 0 show Dot II 2ro place 2S show Muriels Pet 520 show showTime Time 24 485 101VS Track fast fastWinner Winner J A Smiths ch f 4 by Olnmbala Dancing AVnve by Top Gallant trained by G E Phillips bred by Mr John D Xeet XeetAVent AVent to post at 231 At post 4 minutes Start good AVon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Mannikin II 1 pound dfid7R Third Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 u ° 59 3 97 Purse 400 3yearold and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40454 Chantour 115 12 G AAarren ir010 40440 AAr MontgeryllO 2l J Roberts SO10 4035 Marjrrite AA 113 32 B Pinncfrar 40r 0li 403823 C Cantrilll15 4 AA Mclntyn 40435 Meolicka 113 fi F Hunt 332010 40001 Bob Nail 115 O5 js Baker 470010 40430 Borel 115 7 R Ryan 346010 2 niutuels paid Chantour 500 straight 24f dace 2r n show AVoodio Montgomery 240 place 240 show Marguerite AV 420 show showTime Time 24 48 101 Track fast fastAViuner AViuner R Fillings b g 5 by Chantour Cog iiomeii by Knight of the Thistle trained by G Ioyd bred by Owen Bros BrosWent Went to post at 255 At post 3 minutes Star iood W m easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Woodie Montgomery 1 pound dfid7Q Fourth Race 1 Mile June 17 1916 cuii 138 3 95 Purse 400 3yearolds ind upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horso AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4044M 4044M Machree 107 1 O AVarron 3001W 4045 1 Thrills 107 2 = 1 Roberts l010i 10338 Goinul 109 3 D Connolly 14CO10C 10240 Ogtlon Girl 91 4 G ArchatnhniiU rtlOW 10250 M Josephine 105 Haywanl tfiMW 10404 After Night 109 G1 R Ryan 230010 10427 llomlock HI 73 B Pinneffar 1 1I I 3AA Turnbow 101 S = F Hunt 230010 10403 Troowen 109 9 AV Mclntyro i ifAIutuel fAIutuel field 2 mntuels paid Mother Machree 800 straight S340 place 300 show Thrills 280 place 280 how Goinul 4 SO show Time 24 49 115 141 Track fast fastAViuner AViuner M AV Bucks b in C by McGee Lad Jiiex by Juvenal trained by J Carney bred bj Mr Charles AV Moore MooreWent Went to post at 327 At post 1 minute Starl ood AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Mother Machree 1 pound AValtei riirnbow 1 Goinul 2 Ogdcn Girl 1 IfldRO Fifth Race 1 Mile June 17 1916 uiou iS8395 Purse 500 3yearold ind upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 iccond 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight StraightIC33fl IC33fl = Mister Mark 115 Il C Gross lfiSO10 lfiSO1040380Iim 40380Iim Thorpe 115 2 C McCorkle 5GO10i 40439Charlestn 117 Sl D Connelly 2GOKX 40400 L AAahleck 111 43 AV Mclntrye 9Grt10 10251 Sam Hill 10 f1 AV Hinphy 45CO10 10439 Summer SighlOO Hi O Dusgan 140KK 140KK40lJ5Stur 40lJ5Stur lee 112 7 J Roberts 9SOUX 9SOUXL L mntuels paid Mister Mark 3500 straight 1040 place 1500 show Jim Thorpe 580 place 3SO show Charlestonian 340 show showTime Time 2415 48 114 140 Track fast fastAVinuer AVinuer J C AVaddells b r 4 by Marcovil Hysteiy by India trained by J C AVaddell bred 11 England by Duke of AVest minster minsterWent Went to post at 353 Off at once Start good mil slow AVon easily second and third driving fJdR1 Sixth Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 U OJ 59 3 97 Purse 400 3yearolds nd upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 econd 65 third 535 535Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 0440 Positano 117 1 C Gross 190100 0350 An Jackson IOS 2i Ilaywarrt 1SOO100 1SOO1000448MC 0448MC of Pythiasll7 3ut n Carter 510100 0440 = CAComkey 117 4 AV Hinphy 200100 0294 Duly Fashionll7 V G AAarren S2 50100 0050 Roadmustcr 117 G R Ryan 000100 0449 = Pajaroita H 117 71 J McBride 172J100 0310 Doveridge 110 3 = i G ArchambauHtn100 0441 Mary Mallon 9S 9i C McCorkle t 0440 Okla Irish 115 10 = 11 Majestic 3GO103 0435 Xamloch 112 H J Roberts 9510100 9510100tMutuel tMutuel field 2 niutuels paid Positano 580 straight 400 lace 340 show Anna Jackson 1900 place 900 ilmw Knight of Pythias 420 show showTime Time 24 49 l011i Track fast fastAVinner AVinner T Mills b g 0 by Solitaire II Brem rhafen by Sanilringham trained by T Mills bred y Mr Adolph B Spreck Is IsAVent AVent to post at 410 At post 4 minutes Start ood AVou driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Anna Jackson 2 pounds Mary Mal 111 4 fidR9 Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 V 0 59 3 97 Purse 400 3yearolds md upward Claiming Net value to xvinner 300 econd 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight StraightOSSS OSSS Clear Lake 115 1SJ M AVoods 150100 0454 Aiva Cuba 103 2 C Gross 120100 120100li2 li2 = MIss Parnell OS 3 C Duggan 510100 0205 Beat Lucille 115 4 J Mulcahey 2900100 0453 Neenah 103 a R Ryan 1120100 5830 Prince Directll2 5 G ArchanibaultSICO100 2 mutuels paid Clear Lake 500 straight 220 ilace 220 show Aiva Cuba 240 place 220 how Miss Parnell 220 show showTime Time 245 48 101 Track fast fastAViuner AViuner W E AVoods b m 0 by Fountain qua re Clear Night by Free Knight trained by lr E AVood bred by Mr AVilliam Dietz DietzAAent AAent to post at 442 At post 1 minute Start ood AVon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Aiva Cuba 2 pounds Neenah 2 Is Parnell 1 General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE AVeather forecast Some precipitation is indi ¬ cated for the northwestern states by Tuesday night but fair weather will continue until that time in the western lake region and central valleys with temperature considerably above the seasonal nor ¬ mal No cool weather is at present In sight sightIn In a general review of the situation in Germany an Associated Press dispatch of yesterday from Berlin says Conditions in Germany are described by the ministry of defense as extremely serious You cannot paint the situation throughout Ger ¬ many too black an official at the ministry de ¬ clared to the correspondent after a survey of tht reports that had come iu during the night Tho situation in Berlin itself was characterized as bad The ministry of defense informed thft cor ¬ respondent this morning that the conditions in the Ruhr district were becoming worse The towns of Eelde Ahlen and Drensteinfurt in Westphalia southeast of Mucnster had been taken by the communists it was stated and the movement was spreading north and east Pitched battles have been fought and two crack regiments of govern ¬ ment troops had been forced to fall back on the fortress of AVesel after heavy losses had been sus ¬ tained on both sides In one case a company of volunteers had been overpowered by Spartacan forces its officers killed and their bodies mutilated This occurred near the Johannestal aviation ground The government forces recaptured Adlershof and Johannestao from which they had been driven killing twenty of the red troops and capturing twentyfour others who were promptly executed The southern and eastern parts of Germany are re ¬ ported quiet although unrest was said to be spread ¬ ing among the agricultural population in Pomerania and Mecklenberg The communists were still In charge today at Stettin At Kiel which the troops had left conditions were reported quiet To the north of the Spree in the Berlin district the out ¬ posts of the regulars have been withdrawn leaving detachments to guard the stockyards and railway station The marine brigade and the Baltic troops which occupied Berlin during the Kapp regime have been cleared out from Chariot tenburg and have joined the other military units at the Doeberitx camp where all are refitting These troops it was stated will be counted as the chief protectors of Berlin Neukoellii and Tempelhof the working mens residence quarters in the suburbs where disorders occurred Saturday have been quieted by government troop activities An official report from lAipzig siys that no further excesses oc sitrred on Saturday in that city and that several points evacuated by the workmen were occupied by troops In the suburbs however the workmen re ¬ fused to abandon their positions Further commu ¬ nist reenforcements have arrived the reports added Railway traffic iu the Leipzig region was fully re sinned on Sunday In the Halle district the position was reported worse from a government aspect Counteraction among a section of the workingmen is threatened through the calling of a strike if a soviet republic is proclaimed Communists are declared to be preventing willing men from resuming their work The former German steamship Kahia Blaiica will sail for the United States March 31 accord ¬ ing to a semiofficial announcement from Buenos Aires This vessel which was bought by Argentina from Germany during the war has been the sub ¬ ject of diplomatic exchanges between the Argen ¬ tine government and the allies which have never recognized the transfer of flags cm the ship Troops from Silesia are officially reported to hnvo arrived in the Ruhr district and fighting with the Spartacan army there is expected Exag ¬ gerated rumors as to the size of the red forces place the number at 70000 A general strike has been called in Munich and it is expected the move ¬ ment will extend throughout Bavaria unless it is stopped as a result of the negotiations now In prog ¬ ress to settle the demands of tin workingmeii for pay during the period they wen on strike during the Kapp regime Meetings are t be held in the AVnrt temburg factories by the councils of workingmcii to consider if similar action should be taken through ¬ out Wurttcmbiirg Reports received from Nurem ¬ berg said that city was quiet on Sunday following some disorders the previous night Further disor ¬ ders at Leipzig on Sunday were reported reportedRelief Relief ships to be sent by the United States within the next month with flour for needy countries of Europe also are gcing to he soviet arks accord ¬ ing to information obtained from immigration offi ¬ cials at New York More than 400 Russians Finns and Poles from all parts of the country who have been found to have advocated the use of violence to overthrow the government will be shipped on them in groups The immigration authorities wen per ¬ plexed for a time over the deportation of Poles with anarchistic beliefs Some officials here believe they might foment more trouble in Poland than in the United States but it was finally decided to deport them Some of the Bufords passengers were Poles but they wen sent to Russia rather than Poland from choice choiceThe The State Department has been asked to fix a definite policy with regard to trade between the United States and soviet Russia and the Central Powers Secretary of Commerce Alexander an ¬ nounced yesterday afternoon Secretary Alexander stated that large business interests hail urged him to aid iu establishing trade with soviet Russia and Germany He has asked tin State Department to say how far he can go Secretary Alexander said that he had been advised that a Russian soviet trade commission is now on its way to Ixindon to take up the question of trade with the allies and that the commission may come to this country countryThelina Thelina Reiishaw the tenyearold little mother burned Saturday while rescuing her younger sister two younger brothers and two playmates from a burning building at 1S05 Sedgwick street died Sun ilay at the Childrens Memorial hospital The chil ¬ dren were playing in the apartment of neighbors who were not at home when a can of gasoline ignited The little mothers clothing caught fire nftcr she had carried the other children to safety mid returned to extinguish the fire fireThe The Senate today unanimously adopted a reso ¬ lution calling on the President to state if tin Island of Yap has been ceded to Japan by the iillies as reported and if so what action the United States has taken regarding it The resolution was introduced by Senator I Iodg odg Republican of Massa ¬ chusetts Yap is a lonely island in tin Pacific vest of the Caroline group formerly belonging to idmany It is Important in connection with cable service to the Philippines PhilippinesAt At AVashington yesterday the railroad unions through their attorney Donald Richberg of Chi iago protested to the Interstate Commerce Com ¬ mission against allowing the railroads increases in rates which would increase the cost of living Itichberg appeared before the commission during its letring on the valuation of the railroads and pro ¬ tested against the commission reaching any deci ¬ sion as to valuation which was based on inflated alue of stocks stocksAdmiral Admiral AVilliam S Benson chairman of the Chipping board and chief ot naval operations during ivar was named by Admiral Sims yesterday as the me who told him Not to let the British pull the rool over his eyes as he left Washington at tin tutset of the war to assume charge of naval ac ¬ tivities on the other side Admiral Sims made this tatcmcnt before the subcommittee of the naval iffairs committee of the Senate SenateThere There is little hope that high prices will decline or at least six months Secretary of Commerce Uexnuder stated yesterday afternoon American factories now have orders to keep them busy for six mouths to meet domestic needs Secretary Alex inder said He pointed out that this fact pre ludes any drop in prices even though exports may all off rapidly due to the exchange situation situationSenator Senator Cummins is one of tin members of Cou iress organized labor will attempt to defeat iu No ember according to L E Sheppard acting presi lent of the Order of Railway Conductors who is in Vashington attending the railroad wage conference Senator Cummins was the author of the antistrike provision of the railroad bill which was thrown out n conference conferenceAn An animal profit of 2900000 would result from overnment operation of the Muscle Shoals Ala litrate plant for manufacture of commercial fertil zer Secretary Baker told the senate agriculture ominittce The secretary advocated passage of the Var Department bill to organize a 12500000 overnment corporation to operate the jUant for omiiKTcial purposes purposesThe The bill authorizing the Uuiteil States Grain Cor oration to furnish 5000000 barrels of flour to luropean peoples requiring food was passed with ii t opposition by the Senate yesterday afternoon he measure was passed by the House March 15 t now foes to the President Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, March 23. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday March 23 23WEATHER WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK HEAVY Tho figures under the heading Rco in tho entries hclow slioxv tha best time of each horse at tho distanco 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 Kacihg starts at 240 p m Chicago time 210 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceTirst Tirst Race 34 Mile Mile3yearold 3yearold i and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 5 102 102Todays Todays 1ml Horse Wt Roc AWtllan Wit1 Airgie Lee M l14Vf 9572 957240131s 40131s Royalty 124 114 8 109x72 109x724I542U1 4I542U1 rnssion 101 115 3 7 107X71 4543 = Kockaree M SI 113 JISX71 45470 Xaorni Walton 107 1111 s 107X71 K5377 Little Ituss 107 115 1 10 71 15132 Cafeteria M 107Jlir 1 1017o 115377 Paccarat M lOli 111 r 100 70 70Second Second Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3ycarolds 3ycarolds Claiming Track record Jan 24 1917 lOrK 5 102 45418 BARDORA 107 107 105X72 K54S3 Xorthern Ielle 101 105 f 103X71 IftliSS Xorfolk Ielle 10S 107 10iix71 KMS Punctual KM 107 100X71 45483 Major I5ra Ilev 101 107 100X70 HOT Sport Fcemy Mlll l0JMi 70 42151 Llielt Tommie M 107 70 70Third Third Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongsoyearolds oyearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 21 1017 105 r 102 4I530 Tranby 108 108107 107 i 102x72r 1I54S Small Stone 100 1OS 3 93X720 5iri7 = Konndel Ill 107 1074i2 4 107ir 107irKiril 4i2 Kddie Tranter loril OSif OSif46i97 104X71 46i97 Hulger 10 107 f 8 10X71 4548 Lady Langden 107 107 1074I547 4 971710 4I547 Lowell 113 107 4 102 710 45430 Cuba 105 1095 109SS 3 11X705 4MS Magic Mirror 41349 James G 45442 King Tuscan 111 105 415471 lnar 10S 1OS Fourth Race 5 12 Furlonjs Furlonjs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Churning Track record Jan 21 1917 10 r 102 102First 4G44V First Pallet 100 107 4 105X721 105X721Hasty 4I548I53 Hasty Cora 114 107 i 10 x720 4I54SS2 Manokii 110107 5108X720 5108X720Iron 4G49 Iron Hoy 1O1 107 4 102X715 102X715Peaceful 4C17 Peaceful Star 110 107 5 107X715 4974 Will Soon 110107 r 1091 71 I 4047 Willie Woods 105 107 4 90 710 710Fickle 4ICW Fickle Fancy 110 107 5 108x710 108x710Gilder 4 54r 5 Gilder Ill 108 4 111 710 710Blanche Blanche Donaltoul05 107 Vf 103X705 AVhippoorwill IOC 108 T110X705 Count Jtoris 0 107 5 105x700 Fifth Race 34 Mile Mile3ycarolds 3ycarolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track recinl Jan 8 1920 111 15 102 45324 = Key Mar Ill 111U S 1050725 4IM87 Iliedoden 110112 5103X720 415231 Lariat 107 115 5f 4 Ilx715 Ilx71510S Ilx715Dainty 40147 Dainty Lady 10S 112 4 101X715 415187 Buster Clark 110 lllli 4 17x710 17x710Lucky 41120 Lucky 1earl 1earl4I54S73 1031114 4 17X705 17X705Cold 4I54S73 Cold Stnue 113 4 17X705 17X705Kd 40172 = Kd Garrison Sarri 110 112 0 100X700 100X700Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile tvearolds and upward Claiming record March 23 1 1 1 3S5 5 105 40205 Miss Sweep 105 140 5 107X725 107X725I 4IISV Jack Henley 111141 I 105X720 45144 Clip 4 105X715 40284 Kliymer 0 1011X715 40442 Daisy U 4 103 710 45412 Acclamation 4 105X710 40470 Fortunes Favor 107 141 4 10S7K 415485 Jack Dawsun 105 144 i 109X710 109X710II 45474 = Duke of Slielliy 113 140 II 111X705 45157 Maxims Choice 107 13 It 101X700 40421 Native Soil 10S 143 4 10S700 4G35 Frank Keogli 103 142 5 109 700 45174 1lantarede US 140 4 110X700 The small figure under Str shows the distance tho horse was ahead of that next in the race I The small figure under Fin unless tho horse won shows the number of lengths tho horse wat behind tha winner Weight to bo carried appears at top of column of weights ia previous races I Tho M after tho horses name mccns Maiden Havana Jockey Percentages. IIAVAXV TOCKI3Y PEUCKXTAOKS From January 1 to 3larcu 17 i O Jisclnsive Jockey JockeyCrooks Wt Mts 1st 2d 3d Crooks W 112 7 401 Carnioily 1 101 384 5 M 51 ISrcdin X 101 I Ims 1 0 0 Murray T ms sine 1115 130 130 130it Iickens A 105 333 it S3 48 Chiavetta F 102 Ill 32 42 30 Kederis 1 105 218 32 20 30 Jarnes K 103 143 21 31 2 Wilson F 100 02 1 8 Garner II 102 200 200IIS 21 21 I Lux F IIS 100 15 15 Fator i 103 123 15 14 IS Prown W 103 152 10 15 17 Mangan S 102 80 9 8 14 Gargan W 110 215 22 25 24 Fiiiley A 105 142 11 13 15 AAoods L 8 132 13 r 17 Hunt F 12 15 15 Jarrell V 12 10 13 Klutchcr J Conway J 105 S3 McCrann K 1015 254 Connors J 111 153 14 11 13 Tryon A 100 123 Pauer J 112 35 Mountain M At or orOver Over OverIC Jockey IC Wt Mts 1st Hilcinan 1C OS 110 10 14 Hofflur J 08 13 05 5 Collins A 4112 32 Corey C 201 21 Wingfield K 07 112 110 8 Dawson J 07 107 122 S Ieualver J 07 105 Itovd II 07 102 Atkinson K Ball H Taylor W Miller C Ue Mayo K Garrigan C 05 101 Lonjr 1 01 111 AVliite C 02 103 1etz 1 J 02 105 Kregor A Franklin I Anderson M Hirst C Watson C Collins X Carcia A 1eterson IJ Sclilessinger M First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Claiming Jan 8 1020 111 6 102 Index Qriir e Dlst TIm TckOddi Wt St 4 K Btr Tin Jockeys Started Order of TlnUk TlnUkBy VIRGIE LEE b f 3 M 90 90Trainer By Prince Ahmed Jacquelina by Jack Point Trainer W Brown Owner R Setty I 40 Ki Ha van i i f l10Vsloj 1i H7 5 r 1 21 F Wilson May CraiK Hazelnut VainCIiick 4375 Ha van i 5J f lOSfast Li 305 1 i i4G3a 5 4i i A Iickens S Sealrce Donatello SportFeenev 4G3a Ha van i 34 lifnst 4 10J 4 2 2 3s J A Pickens 7 Mineral Donatello Sea Iriace Iriacer 45251 Ha van i 58101 fast 3 110 2 5 4 0 I A Collins 8 Plain Hther HotFoot Donatello 5G177 Havana 5 f lOSfast fi Wi 1 4 44COlS 4 A Pickens 1 MaryFitzlniji Mineral HotFoot 4COlS Havana 4 llfast 8 IOC 1 15 154S810 2 51 Sl A Pickens 10 Mildred Mineral Sea Prince 4S810 Havana 51 f 107 fast C 110 8 845G10 7 fil 4r 4rJ J V Crump 10 Superior 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11343GS9 3 AV Hinphy 8 Koselield Mlowmot MarcoPolo 43GS9 Timum AbGlf l20fast 109 2 AV Hinphy tj Tw Seven Darkey 31 McGrath Second Race [2nd Havana] SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds Claiming Jan 24 1917 105 BARDORA b f 3 106 106Trainer By Bard of Hope Isidora by Isidor Trainer L H Baxter Owner F N Beamer Beamer4GI18 icr 4GI18 Havana 34 l13fast 1 10G G 3 2 24C352 I1 1 ° F AVilson t Little One Incinerator Drusilla 4C352 Havana 51 f lOSKOod 2 101 6 C G a 2r F AAilson 0 Annabelle LOne Spect Girl 46227 Havana 51 f l06fast 4 3071 7 76 7645I5JS 6 3nt 31 R Pall S Old Red Annabelle Hush 45I5JS Havana 51 f 108 good 21 101 7 G T 5 21 A Tryon 8 Or Girl Hes a Bear llPardner llPardnerR 45595 Havana 51 f 1OS slow S li R R R 7 C3 n Corey 8 Annabelle Old Ked Polar Cub CubC 45510 Havana 51 f lOGfast G 1WJ G C G C 59J G Corey 5 Polar Cub Annabelle Old Ked 45335 Havana 51 f l07fast 1 109 3 42 424530S 2 I1 I1 T Murray 8 First Consul Hush PerfeetLady 4530S Havana 51 f 107 fast 2J 107 5 42 2 11 11 A Finley 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