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ROSS RACERS FOR CANADA Seventeen Bred Across the Line to Campaign There Two Threeyearolds and Fifteen FifteenTwoyearolds Twoyearolds Selected for forCanadian Canadian Racing IIAVPB UK GRACE Mil March 24 Commander J K L Koss of Montreal will bring seventeen Canadian broil two and threeyearolds to Havre do rioe early in April to be prepared for racing on the other side of the northern border These horses are all products of his Vorehoros Stud which is domiciled at the Ross Farms in the Province of Quebec a few miles down the St Lawrence from Montreal 11 G Pedwoll will have these Canadian broils in charge and he will be assisted in training tinin by Frank J Stevens who may have charge of tin Canadian division of the Ross string through the summer and autumn The threeyearolds of tin string are areconi coni br g by Stanhope Sou by Hastings Hastingsllryngar llryngar br f by Garry Herrmann Brynwood lv liiyii Mawr MawrThe The twoyearolds are areAjom Ajom oh o by Aleppo Pollie Hill by Polymolus PolymolusAs As yriali Queen eh f by Prince Ahmed Ii Dolores by Poanergos PoanergosMint Mint Lin oh f by Dorante Liugar by Dublin DublinCocatrico Cocatrico oh f by Cock o the Walk Pennsyl ¬ vania by Meddler MeddlerCntwmey Cntwmey oh o by Cock o the Walk Mey 1 V VDeu7iiii Deu7iiii li Iv 1riico Aliraed Delia Muck by The Commoner CommonerFlying Flying Ford oh c by Oiseait Giffords by French Miss oh f by Malamout Misty Morn by byMad Mad May b f by Madman May L by Cunard CunardMarjani Marjani oh c by Prince Ahmed Marjorie A by Prince of Melbourne Myrtle Crown oh c by Prince Ahmed Myrtle Miriou by Woolsthorpo WoolsthorpoSilent Silent West b c by Calgary Cypher Code by bySmUn SmUn br f by Dorante Sou by Hastings HastingsThornyway Thornyway chf by Prince Ahmed Briar Path liv Marta Santa Viiao oh f by The Cnrragh Mary Street by Onondaga OnondagaThe The stallions Commander Ross is exploiting at tin Ross Farms Vorcheres where A J OMoara is general manager are Fitzwilliam a chestnut son of William the Third Ironical and Marathon a biv sou of Marragon Ondules Fitzwilliam is a horwe of superb proportions The Canadian turfman in iHrted him at the time he brought Hillhampton Foreground Wigstoiie Canso Cora Exchange Boiriie Dance AVelshmaiis Folly and Czardom over the Atlantic William the Third a son of St Simon Gravity she a daughter of Wisdom won the Ascot Gold Cup and Doncaster Cup and sired AY illonyx and Winkipop on tin other side Ironical Kitzwilliams dam is a daughter of Orme Satirical she the dam of Rabelais one of the most success ¬ ful St Simon stallions standing in France Rabelais will be remembered as the sire of Durbar winner of the Epsom Derby of 1911 also of Naturalist one of the best handicap horses in the Tinted Stites In llruce I owe reckoning Ironical is of the famous Number 14 family which has given Touch ¬ stone Leamington Roforni Macaroni Oddfellow ri liiotir and St Amaiit to the thoroughbred fainliv Bred pretty much as Rabelais himself was bred Fitzwilliam seems to be sure of stud success successMarathon Marathon sire of Jack Hare Jr belongs to the Number 13 family of which Isidor Mcclick Ham ¬ burg Hollo Vindox Crimper Frizzle Orlando al liard Albert Victor Martini Henry Calgary and maiiv other horses of both sexes that have had racing and stud success in Europe Australasia and the I nltod States are notable exponents exponentsThe The Vorcheres mares that are expected to foal this spring to Marathon and Fitzwilliam also to Prince Ahmed Vie a son of King Hanover I crcita are areArgument Argument by The Commoner Argosy ArgosyAsk Ask Ma by Marchmoiit Dont Ask Mo MoAudrey Audrey Austin by Migraine Sally K Xdam ° r rileni ileni Mora by Itryn Mawr Mabel D DBriar Briar Path bv Marta Santa Sweet Alice AliceJlrvnwi Jlrvnwi od by Bryn Mawr Mary Gn wood woodJhlla Jhlla Mack by The Commoner Niaxus half fOster of Dick Roche RocheKlwah Klwah by Chuctanunda White Frost FrostClf Clf fords by Clinctaiiunda Retaliation halfsister of Vails VailsJacMuelina JacMuelina by Jack Point Eyelet EyeletKatherine Katherine Grey by Ballot Old SquaW SquaWLa La Dlores by Itoancrges La Tour TourLady Lady Lightning by Dick Welles Flash of Light ¬ ning ningLingar Lingar by Dublin Gargle GargleMarjorie Marjorie A by Prince of Melbourne Raiment RaimentMary Mary Street by Oiiomlaga Bonnie Lee LeeMay May L by Cuuard Ilidecided IlidecidedjCoru jCoru Daidy bv Symington Maiden Wrangle WrangleOrean Orean Wave by Migraine Ocean Tide 1loanant Dreams by Trip Rook Privateer Privateer1olly 1olly J by Waterboy Sister Jeanie JeaniePrlscilla Prlscilla Mullins by Armeath II Princeton Girl GirlSamurai Samurai by Santoi CasseTete CasseTeteSmirk Smirk by Olympian Simper SimperVesper Vesper Hours by Star fchoot Sanctuary SanctuaryVirginia Virginia S by Dick Welles Fulvia FulviaYellow Yellow Sally by Star Shoot Frances McClelland Jockey Judge Going To Court JOCKEY JUDGE GOING TO COURT COURTNEW NEW YORK X Y March 24 Alleging that a socalled contract filed by James Butler owner of the Empire Citv race track with the Jockey Club of America calling for his services with Mr Butler for i 1erlo1 of fvo retirs is n forgery James Judge a locker 1ms obtained ah injunction against Mr liiiuer enjoiiiing him and tlni Jockey Club of America from Interfering with Judge riding at race meetings Supreme Court Justice Morslwuser issued Uie injunction Candidate For Derby Honors: One Of The Whitney Cracks, John P. Grier, Considered On The Basis Of An Analysis Of The Elements Shown In His Ancestry Exile CANDIDATE FOR DERBY HONORS ONE OF THE WHITNEY CRACKS JOHN P GRIER CONSID ¬ ERED ON THE BASIS OF AN ANALYSIS OF THE ELEMENTS SHOWN IN HIS ANCESTRY By EXILE EXILEForecasting Forecasting tin1 winner of tlio Kentucky Derby soino six weeks prior to tlio running of the race is not quite such in impossible tisk as sonic would have it supposed especially if proper consideration be given to tin milliner of tlie breeding of those engaged 1or throe years in succession lung prior to the Into sot for tin running of tlie nice I was so fortunate as to spot tlie winner and tliese were Regret George Smith and Omar Khayyam In 11I1S I managed to entirely overlook Exterminator and last year yeartold told there was lint scant chance of the colts seeing the post Of course the great majority of those engaged in the fascinating ami frequently elusive pursuit of horse breeding will have it then is no virtue in blending the Mood of Herod Matchcm and Eclipse but to nil tliese I say and say positively that turf history is proof to the contrary and that only two really in ¬ fluential horses Hampton and Isonomy are not broil on this plan of mating By best horses be it under ¬ stood those capable of winning over the Derby distance or Cup route under scale weight and which in after life attain to distinction as sires As for juvenile winners the carefully kept records of a stud book are of no assistance in their production If there is nothing in the blending of tin blood plan of mating how conies it that Sir Parton a really lirstclass threeyearold the best of his year and winner of last years Kentucky Derby was sired by the Kclipse horse Star Shoot from the Herod mare Lady Sterling by Hanover Tin previous winner that honest campaigner Kxterminator is bred on a like plan of matin his sire the Kclipse horse MiGee and his dam Fair Kmpress by lim Core son of Hindoo Omar Khayyam is a son of the Matohcni sire Marco and his dam Lisma a daughter of the Eclipse horse Per ¬ simmon George Smith is by the all Kclipse sire of Out of Roach his dam Consuolo II by the Matchcm horse Rradwardino and his granddam Miss Pepper a daughter of the Herod sire Pepper and Salt And all of these but Kxterminator well worth while for after use as sires Well do I know the desirability of speedy juvenile form in actual contest or otherwise but I also insist that some are bred to improve on anything they may have shown as twoyearolds Immediate racing success is not by any anymeans means the only thine to In thought of in bl Istock breeding It is only tlie wellbred ones which are arewortli wortli a straw for after use as sires or brood mares and Uss Wj odfrinL was most Ufcoly lut t iier in part obscure brooding broodingDerby Derby day will soon again be with us It may not therefore prove uninteresting to see how some of the most capable of those engaged are bred and if possible pick the winner once more as judged on his breeding as well as his twoyearold performances performancesOf Of the one hundred and seven entries received for this years Kentucky Derby there are a number which exhibited really good racing form as youngsters and probably it is from these that the winner will come There may be of course a sleeper one which from any cause could not be sent to the post last year such a one as Commander Koss Uoyal Jester a really wellbred son of the St Logor winner Black Jester and Primula by St Denis Sir Barton was a maiden remember last year when he went to the post for Kentuckys biggest race and history sometimes repeats itself Royal Jesters pedigree will be dealt with later along The best of those entered as judged on past performances and their breeding are the colts Angon Kapiil Traveler St Allan ICluc Wrack Dominique Golden Ilrooin Kinnoul Donua cona On Watch ViceChairman High Command Blazes Paul Jones Peace Pennant Sam Freodman Kaisan Dore Prince Pal Damask John P Grier Leviathan and tlie lillies Constancy Miss Jemima Cleo ¬ patra Lorraine Cobwebs and Afternoon AfternoonThis This time more so than ever would it appear condition will play an important part in the decision of the race due of course to the inclement weather of tin past few mouths and tlie backward condition of the horses in the eastern and middle states Not one of those mentioned above could be classed in the same street with Man o War but Man o Wars name is missing from the list of Kentucky Derby eligi bles which gives to the race a far more open look Already the breeding of one of Mr Whitneys eli gibles Damask lias been considered and I shall now take up the performances and breeding of another pair of the New York turfmans entries John P Grier and Leviathan LeviathanRacing Racing last August at Saratoga I witnessed John P Griers lirst effort in public a race in which he met defeat after a most erratic course but at the time made a mental note that John had in him the makings of a good horse and on looking up his breeding found he was also bred to race Following his Saratoga discomfiture John P Grier won a couple of races at Relmont Park and also ran a most credita ¬ ble second to Man o War in the Futurity finishing lengths ahead uf Dominique and Cleopatra Only once more last autumn were the public permitted to see John P Grier in action and this at Laurel where with all ease lie accounted for his two opponents Smart Guy and Kapid Traveler TravelerJohn John P Grier presents an attractive pedigree one indicative of a high order of speed Whisk Broom II his sire after meeting with more than customary success as a race horse in England was returned to this country and succeeded in performing the hitherto unheard of feat of winning all of the throe major eastern handicaps Whisk Itroom II is a member of via Pi mstick the reliable house of Itonnie Scot ¬ land and his dam Audience an Oaks winning daughter of Sir Dixon which is a member as is Whisk Itroom himself of tlie best winner producing line there is that of Maggie P I by Australian ITp to the present however many members of this line with the exception of Sir Dixon have been tried as sires and found wanting wantingEven Even the Derby winner Iroqnois scored only a partial success as a sire and it remains to be seen what fate holds In store for the latest aspirant to stallions honors Whisk Ilrooin II IIWonder Wonder dam of John P Grier is a daughter of The Jockey Club Stakes winner Disguise which despite his twenty throe years is as fresh as paint at Wikiup and good I trust for some time yet to come I have always held to the opinion that daughters of Disguise are destined for success as brood mares His Alarm Galopin Voting Melbourne Queen Mary combination indicates this Wonders dam Curiosity is also the dam of the Futurity winner Novelty and is by that fast horse Voter whose dam Mavourneen is by that good brood mare sire Itarcaldine Curiosity is half sister to the Futurity win ¬ ner and leading brood mare sire of 11S Sweep and their dam is Pink Domino by Domino What about this double dose of Domino so outstanding in the makeup of a probable Derby starter For my part I should have been quite content with i single shot and in addition to this there is the fact of Whisk Ilrooin IIs being a member of a line the success of whose male members as sires is by no means certain I therefore doubt the ability of John P Grier to duplicate in Mr Whitneys colors the performance of Regret in 1015 j Ponnie Scotland 10 K ltrushMW 1 Ivy I af M J of or m 14 K KMW Broomstick Albia MW K bay PJIM Galopin 3 K Mavis III II 1 Ilonil Or 1 K St Kditha 1 II o j Voltigenr 2 K Dixon 1 Calcutta 2 K bay 1SS1 J Leamington 14 E Audience 1 Maggie II II t tVirgil 4 M chestnut 1JHI1 VirgilFlorence Virgil 20 II Kallie McClelland 4 Florence 24 II lied and Illue Alarm AlarmMaggie 1 E Maggie II II IIAlarm 4 M Alarm E AlarmHira Hira 2 II brown 1S91 Mannlc Gray j tKnquiror E 1 Lizzie G 23 II Vedette 19 E Bonnie Gal Flying Duchess DuchessRapid 3 II Rapid Kliono KlionoQueen S M Bonny Doou Queen Mary MaryHermit 10 II Hermit 5 E Friars Balsam 2 Flower of Dorset DorsetIlarcaldine 2 E chestnut 1S94 Mavourneen Ilarcaldine IlarcaldineGaydene 23 M Gaydene 1 E chestnut lin5 Domino j Himyar 2 E Pink Domino J Maiinie Gray 23 E Belle Rose j Beaudesert 8 E ES Monte Rosa S E Imported fNo family number More Of Canadian Report: Dr. Rutherford Favors Mutuels as Compared With Bookmaking.; Properly Conducted Short Meetings Called an Enjoyable and Manly Form of Sport. MORE OF CANADIAN REPORT Dr Rutherford Favors Mutuels as Compared With Bookmaking Properly Conducted Short Meet ¬ ings Called an Enjoyable and Manly Form of Sport The detailed report on Canadian horse racing by Dr J S Rutherford the commissioner appointed to investigate the subject and who recently sub ¬ mitted the results of his analysis to parliament shows many interesting deductions deductionsThe The commissioner puts his approval on pari mutiiel betting as compared with bookmaking He points out that much evidence will be found in the records of the proceedings to the effect that the parimiitnol system for various reasons is much less likely to prove harmful than bookmaking It is declared that the adoption of the parinintuol ma ¬ chines has improved the conduct of race meetings generally generallyIt It will be of interest to racing men and horse lovers everywhere to learn that the general trend of the evidence given before the commissioner on the connection between horse racing and horse breed ¬ ing was that racing is necessary to the continuance of breeding certain types of horses and that a ecr tnii freedom in betting is necessary to support racing racingThe The report finds that bad effects fairly attribut ¬ able to racing as carried on locally are seldom and then in only slight degree observable from meetings if rcasonble length especially when these are con ¬ ducted under the auspices and direct control of reputable citizens not actuated by mercenary mo ¬ tives but genuinely interested in racing as an en ¬ joyable and manly form of outdoor sport or in the maintenance of the thoroughbred horse as an im ¬ portant factor from a national and patriotic point of view viewLONG LONG CONTINUED MEETINGS NOT DESIRABLE DESIRABLEOn On the other hand Dr Rutherford finds that long continued race meetings with betting as a public adjunct are likely in the communities in which they are held to exert a bad influence on young and inexperienced men and others lacking in self control and moral stamina staminaThis This testimony he says is especially evident in those cases in which the length of the mooting is excessively out of proportion to the size of the com ¬ munity in piiint of population The management of such meetings would other tilings being eiiial have an important bearing upon this phase of tin question questionIltder Iltder tlio heading of Traffic in Charters Dr Rutherford points out that the control exercised by the various federal and provincial governments over instruments of this nature is altogether inade ¬ quate There are however a number of jockey clubs and racing associations to which this criticism does not apply applyIn In some cases there has been deliberate traffick ¬ ing in charters This is still being practiced and unless effective preventive measures are taken it may continue indefinitely A number of charters have been adapted to cover undertakings widely dif ¬ ferent from those on account of which they were first obtained Lincolnshire Handicap To Furious LINCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP TO FURIOUS LONDON Ens March 24 The Lincolnshire Han ¬ dicap at one mile straight and of tin value of 7iUO was run at Lincoln today and was won by C C Ilatrys fouryearold bay or brown colt Furious by Erla Mor Rappel 101 pounds with Ijonl Glanolys fiveyearold chestnut horse Scat well by Marcovil Cheshire Cat 127 pounds second and R Thorburns chestnut fouryearold colt Mon teith by Santoi Itonanet third thirdFurious Furious was one of the horses frequently men ¬ tioned as being backed in the future books over the Lincolnshire so his connections probably profited heavily through his victory Through tin winter In was kept in condition by hurdle racing at which he did quite well One of his winning races of last year was good enough to forecast his great chance in the Lincolnshire This was when he was carrying the steadier of llili pounds at Lingfield ami won the Beacon Maiden Plate at a mile in the fast time of 157 In yesterdays race he went to the post at Jil to 1 Cesarewitch Winner To Argentina CESAREWITCH WINNER TO ARGENTINA At the moment the Argentine is undoubtedly one of the best markets for British thoroughbreds for the rniled States seems for the time being to IH content more or less to re4t on its wartime pur ¬ chases At any rale the 1918 Cesarewitch winner Air Raid is off to Buenos Ayres A really well bred horse and a great stayer is Air Raid and I really think that he would have boon better worth keeping in this country for if my information is right ho is to be sold by auction in Buenos Aires provided that he has not been purchased en route for the moderate reserve placed on him by Mr Cazalet that is moderate as prices go nowadays Air Raid being a staying son of another groat stayer in AVillonyx winner of the Gold Cup at Ascot and also of the Cesarewitch under the reeord burden of 131 pounds should in the ordinary way become a stallion worthy of his descent Vigilant in London Sportsman Speedy Redland Gains A New Owner SPEEDY REDLAND GAINS A NEW OWNER LEXINGTON Ky March 2 0 A BianchI sold Redland to E C Church of New Orleans last night this transaction being by telegraph V VTrainer Trainer Lloyd Gentry brought the Beach Stable horses into the Kentucky Jockey Club track front Idle Hour Farm yesterday yesterdayR R J Farris arrives today from Havana His horses have been shipped to Louisville Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Daily Except Monday Balance of the Year DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 41 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO ILL 74 EXCHANGE STREET BUFFALO N Y Entered as secondclass matter April U lS9i at the postoffice at Chicago Illinois under the Act of March 3 1S79 New York City Office 1482 Broadway itocm S M MGeneral General Representative ED COLE All dealers supplied from this office Back numbers and monthly books supplied For sale at all hotels and newsstands SUBSCRIPTIONS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE ADVANCEPer Per AVeek 100 100Per Per Month 300 300Half Half Year 1500 1500One 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Dazie's Easy Derby Trial: Eight to Ten Starters Expected Sunday With Five to Share the Money. MLLE DAZIES EASY DERBY TRIAL Eijht to Ten Starters Expected Sunday With Five to Share the Money HAVANA Cuba March J The Derby trial which provided the attraction at Oriental Park this afternoon provided a little better than a slow gallop for the Fair Play filly Mile Dazie which byat the others almost twenty lengths Mile Dazie was under restraint from the start Murray kept her iu the good going all the way He per ¬ mitted Itnbv to lead for a while but on the turn out of the backstretch went to the front and drew away into a long lead leadThe The track was still Heavy but dried out somewhat this afternoon With the present clear weather the going should 1 1c c in good condition Sunday for the Derby DerbyApprentice Apprentice Fletcher rode three winners Sherry Frascuelo and Silver Sandals The inaugural run ¬ ning of the SI 0000 Derby Sunday will serve as the most fitting feature of the windup of the most brilliant and successful racing meeting ever con ¬ ducted in Cuba Present indications point to a field of eight or possibly ten threeyearolds facing the barrier in the big race Those regarded as sure sjartcrs are Blue Wrack Ilerron owned by E Al vercz Mile Dazie Enlah F Black Prince Orleans Girl ami Horace Lerch There is a possibility of iKith Mighty Lever and Polar Cub being named as starters Figuring eight starters the gross value of the stake is Sli57r a truly princely sum for a winter track It is stated that according to condi ¬ tions of the track thj first five horses will share in tin stakes the ffit to receive approximately 1010 the second LOO the third fliOO the fourth 0 and the fifth 510 510Paddock Paddock judge Lylcs will conduct UK last horse sale of this meeting after the races Friday when the following will be placed under the hammer Little Nearer Heredity llazlennt Director James King Tuscan Manganese Maxims Choice and Queen Gaffncy GaffncyThe The Armonia Stable has purchased from J H Moody the fiveyearold gelding Theodore Fair by St Xat The Hare He will be used for saddle purposes purposesW W Itaymond has purchased on private terms from H K Davis the selling plater Flash of Steel II M Plant has decided to leave King Tuscan and Manganese in Cuba The only horses that he will lake to Kentucky will be Gordon Kussell Thorn Bloom and Plantarcde PlantarcdeA A Dayton has shipped Bill McCloy AVar Xone Star Itealm ami Lama lo Bowie Jockeys C Miller and F Hunt accompanied the shipment shipmentMax Max Silvers one of secretary Nathausons assist ¬ ants who was ill for several days has fully recovered and resumed his duties at the secretarys office Rare Book Collector And Turfman RARE BOOK COLLECTOR AND TURFMAN George 1 Smith who died suddenly in Xew York recently and who at one time owned the Brighton Stable and the star colt Purchase was a scholarly man and a great authority on rare editions of bouks Mr Smith was sitting at his desk talking to AV Lanier AVashington from whom he had purchased a valuable collection recently when he suddenly gasped and fell to tiie floor lie was dead before physicians could reach him Earlier in the day Mr Smith had been in conference with Henry E Huntington a millionaire collector and returned to the book store after luncheon He probably paid higher prices for rare editions than any other book dealer in the world Ho recently came into geater prominence as the purchaser of the original copy of Shakespeares Venus and Adonis Mr Smith bought this valuable volume in Ixjudon for S7000 He had for several years been a leading bidder at important sales In sev ¬ eral cases he bought entire libraries sometimes for hijiiself but more often for collectors Only re ¬ cently he represented Henry E Huiitiiigton iu the purchase of the Britwcll Court library iu London which included the Venus and Adonis Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES Communications without names and addresses I will not be noticed nor answered Xo answers will be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre I payment is made at time of wiring query Bet i ting papers will not be calculated A It Detroit Mich See page llJ American Itacing Manual June 17 1911 2 mutuels number liot recorded paid 188550 straight 11 JO place 171200 to show B K J Chicago HI Hamburg was twice sold iu this country for 60000 and S70000 He never stood in England You evidently refer to AVliisk Broom II which was sent there and returned returnedB B J AV Cincinnati O Senatir James has run too many races to be recorded i these columns There is not enough Interest iu tin matter as news He ran thirtythree races ami woi twelve times In 1191 and twentynine races wii five wins la jr year He is now IciT years old Leviathan Bred For Success: Derby Prospect Held Superior To John P. Grier's Because Of His Hermit And St. Simon Blood Inherited By His Dam Exile LEVIATHAN BRED FOR SUCCESS DERBY PROSPECT HELD SUPERIOR TO JOHN P CRIERS CRIERSBECAUSE BECAUSE OF HIS HERMIT AND ST SIMON SIMONBLOOD BLOOD INHERITED BY HIS DAM By EXILE EXILEA A rarelybred one is Leviathan but the reason nt his long absence fnuu the race course I lo not pretend to know Only once hist year did Leviathan face the starter and this in the early days of June when he easily beat a speedy hand over the straight liveeighths course at Bclmont 1ark Whatever the cause of his last years disappearance from racing let us hope trainerJamcs low will have this well bred colt in the best possible lighting trim at Louisville LouisvilleOf Of the two John I Grier and Leviathan as judged on their breeding 1 tint fain to confess my preference is for the latter Leviathan is also a son of AVhisk Broom II of whose breeding I have already had something to say and his dam Greyhound a daughter of Voter which is rapidly making a big name for himself as a brood mare sire and this to be expected for is he not a descendant of Her ¬ mit in the male line his dam Mnvourneen a daughter of that good brood mare sire Bnrculdiue and he is a member of the Sunshine branch of the No 1 family Guesswork Not a bit of it From the first I have always said that there was no such thing as failure for daughters of Voter as brood mares maresGreyhound Greyhound though she started a couple of times as a twoyearold in England failed to score Not long Kince 1 ran out lists which appeared in Daily Itacing Form of the racing performances of a number of tins great producing mares and was forced to the conclusion that racing ability has no bearing whatever on a mares winner producing capabilities Greyhound despite her ill success in racing is in every way qualified from a breeding standpoint to produce the winner of a Kentucky Derby In addition to her being a daughter of the speedy Voter Greyhounds dam Swiftfoot is a daughter of St Simon himself and she herself a member of the famous Dance family from which so many of the best of the winners in times past have come As yet nothing much has come of the late Mr Marcus Dalys costly experi ¬ ment of mating Hamburgs dam Lady Kcvl with St Simon but some day and that no distant one in my opinion something of extra racing merit will crop up as a result of this union St Simon as per ¬ haps you are aware scored best when the Melbourne strain was found close up in his mates as is here the case for Lady Keels sire Kellowcraft was by Australian grandson of Melbourne and Voters dam Mavourneen by Iarcaldine is a member of the same identical line lineIn In dealing with the blood lines of John I Grier I called attention to the comparative failure of members of the Maggie 11 15 family as sires but I am convinced there is a key lo almost every breed ¬ ing lock if only the right combination can be found which in Leviathans case has perhaps this time been found in that the sire of his dam is the Hermit horse Voter and that she shows a double infusion of the blood of Melbourne ami also a dash of the blood of St Simon SimonMany Many highclass liorecs in the days that are gone have come from this Galopade family of which Leviathan is a member ami it would not in the least surprise mi if he satisfactorily comes through the training ordeal to see Leviathan Mr AVhitueys selection next Kentucky Derby day 3 Bonnie Scotland 10 K lien Brush MAV Ivy Leaf 5 M Broomstick lo M E EMAV MAV E Galliard 13 1 Galopin 3 K Mavis IS H Svlvibelle hyivaijcite J 1i 11 Or 1 K j st Editha li II Billet 2 J Voltigcur 1 K Kii Sir Dixon I Calcutta ii K bay 1SS5 Jaconet j Leamington 14 K 1 Maggie P B 4 M chuslnut 1501 Hindoo 1M j Virgil JO H Florence 1M II Salliu McClelland j jFriars Ited and ISltw j Alarm 15 K t Maggie B B 4 M Hermit 5 j Newjiiinstcr H K Kr Friars Balsam 1 j I Seclusion r ii chestnut 1885 Flower of Dorset j Breadalbane 10 E Voter 1 1chestnut Imperatrice i K K1S chestnut 1891 Barcaldine L3 j Solon 1S M Mavouriieen Ballyroe K Kla Gaydcne J Albert Victor la K Ki Flora Macdouald MacdoualdGalopin i K J tU 19 K Galopin 3 XMlt St Simon 11 j jbrown Flying Duchess DuchessSt 3 H Swiftfoot brown 1881 j St Angela j King Tom K Ku L Adeline u ii brown 1101 iFcllowcruft Australian 11 M I Aerolite ii iiE Mannie Gray E 13 11 Imported tNo family iinmbor Fulletta Now Siring Polo Ponies: Californians Interested in Revival of Racing at Next Summer and Autumn Fairs. FULLETTA NOW SIRING POLO PONIES Californians Interested in Revival of Hacing at Next Summer and Autumn Fairs SAX FItAXCISCO Cal March I The Mirthful stallion Fulletta is being mated this year at Charles AV Clarks El Palomiir Stock Farm San Mateo County with the well bred mares on the home place The produce will be used as polo ponies Fulletta was a good winner when raced by II Guv Bedwell at Emeryville in the days when the sport flourished iu California He is a small horse but well proportioned which was demonstrated at the International Live Stock Show here last fall when the little fellow took second prize in the thoroughbred class John 11 Itosscters Itock Sand stallion Friar Itock was the winner of the first prize prizeThe The breeders out this way are much interested in the racing to be held at the California State Fair and District Fairs in the coming summer and fall It is expected many of the horses anil riders now at Tijuana will take part in the racing which will be conducted on a high plane in the spirit of sport for sports sake The purses will be worth while too In five days racing to be given at Santa Itosa Sonoma County under the auspices of the farmers and business men of that thriving territory 00 purses will be the rule ruleThe The King Eric mare Mitten one of the most con ¬ sistent producers in the tnited States is in foal this year to Friar Itock Among Mittens sons and daughters are the high class sprinter High Cost Envy a matron at George AVhmficlds Nevada Stock Fiirm dam of a yearling filly by the stallion Atheling the many time winner King Worth Cop liertown Hearsay Honest George and others Mit ¬ ten is twentythree years old and is owned by Dan F Egau of Ietaluma Sonoma County the home of the noted sprinter and sire Kenilworth She was brought out to California by Sam Ilildreth Mitten was bred in the Megibben Edgewater Stud and is by King Eric Tara Itlackburu by Luke rlackburn Tarantula by Great Tom Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF TURFAs As usual the Kentucky Derby will be run on the first day of the Churchill Downs spring meeting Saturday May S SItaymontl Itaymontl Belmonr sou of Major August Belmont has been elected viceprcuident and director of the AVcstchester Itaciug Association AssociationJohn John Oshornc formerly one of the leading Eng ¬ lish jockeys and latterly a trainer at Middleham has seen all St Leger contests since 1849 1849Phoenix Phoenix Iark Dublin famous in racing and poli ¬ tics derives its name from the Gaelic FionnAisge pronounced FicnIshk meaning clear water and applied no doubt to a spring springGrand Grand Iarade Is the third consecutive winner of the Epsom Derby that has gone from the turf to the stud at a fee of 2000 when wholly untried as a sire His predecessors were Gay Crusader and Gainsborough GainsboroughThe The new sire Frizzle has a promising son that is in training and expected to start at the spring meeting at I xington This is Itapo o tli Lock a bay colt dam the Hastings mare Blue Ball and bred by Graceland Farm FarmFrom From 1914 to 1919 with one year in which the Sledgemere yearlings were sold to Mr W It Coe as a lot the English stud sold GS yearlings for 441175 an average of 4SS Of course the r 7r 00 Swynford lUue Tit yearling brought the highest price That sale is the record for yearlings Bajazet And W. W. Hastings Die BAJAZET AND W W HASTINGS DIE DIENEW NEW OIJLEAXS La March 24 The thorough ¬ bred nice horses Bajazet and AV AV Hastings which raced here all winter were killed late Friday night iu u train wreck on the L 7S at Dyas Ala thirtythree miles north of Mobile Other thoroughbreds in the car were Gtnerul Glenn Bqundiug Through and Big Idea Outside of a se ¬ vere shaking up they were uninjured The men in tln car wore S Coltou Jr jockey II Erickson and stable hrnds AV Hutchinsou Allen Caldwell ami Clyde White Xone or them was hurt beyond a few minor injuries General GJenn Bounding Through and Pig Idea jwgre rivalled and shipped oii to Lexington to which point they were consigned from here Moods Of Three Peculiar Mares: Fairy Wand, Herodias and Cherry Blossom and Their Tricks of Temper. MOODS OF THREE PECULIAR MARES Fairy Wand Hcrodias and Cherry Blossom and Their Tricks of Temper Fairy AVnd belonging to Gifford A Cochran is one of the meanest horses the turf has ever known She is a beautifullooking mare with a tremendous turn of speed But her delight in life seems to be to injure some one And she plays no favorites Man dog cat or pony sin seems to detest She is cunning and will go through al sorts of tricks to accomplish her fiendish end She will prance and play about as if she were as harm ¬ less as a pet dog iu an endeavor to lure one near her Then she will try to kick or bite him himAt At the post she kicks all of her opponents which come within striking distance and tries to unseat her jockey AVhen racing she is an entirely differ ¬ ent animal Then she is as docile as a lamb and tin tiniest of IMVS can ride her as well as the oldest and strongest practical jockey jockeyTom Tom AVclch the AVidener trainer owned the most stubborn horse the American turf has ever known Site was Cherry Blossom the greatgranildam of Purchase the renowned fouryearold colt belonging to S C Hildrcth and Harry Sinclair This mare was kind and gentle in the morning and would do any work asked of her But she would not race at all She refused to go to the starter and she probably was the only sound horse mi the American turf which trained well and never competed in a contest Every time a saddle was put on her in the after ¬ noon she threw herself on the ground and kicked at everyone and everything near her until the saddle was removed removedSome Some of Cherry Blossoms characteristics have shown in her children notably Cherryola the dam of Purchase PurchaseIlcrodias Ilcrodias the imported gray filly owned by AV It Coe displays more affection than any other horse now racing Seldom has a thoroughbred shown such fondness for a man as she does for her negro keeper named ited AVhen he is out of sigiit she is restless and fretful and will neither eat nor sleep until he returns When she wants to eat she whines for him and when she is tired ami wants to sleep she stamps and whines until he comes and throws himself on the hay and pretends lie is gong to sleep beside her herWilliam William Karrick her trainer says she would fret herself to death if Itcd were not near her lie says the filly is frail but not timid and in a race is as courageous as thoroughbreds come Xew York Sun ami Herald Excellent Record Of Housemaid EXCELLENT RECORD OF HOUSEMAID The Broomstick i t few days back was a speedy animal and quite a noted twoyearold At that age her first start was in the first running of the Breeders Futurity at Lexington This she won by ten lengths with Golden Egg second Little Oasis third and twelve more unplaced Her next start was in the Fashion Stakes at Bclmont Park for which Herodia was the favorite but Housemaid won by a length with Horizon second and Herodia third Her third vic ¬ tory of that year came when carrying 123 pounds ami giving weight to all the others she won the first half of the Double Event over a heavy track at Sheepshead Bay with King Pin second and Danger Mark third After racing successfully for six years she was retired to the stud but prov ¬ ing to be barren was sent back into racing in 1918 ami won that year and again in 1919 show ¬ ing retention of much of the speed of her early years Her record on the track was wasHousemaid Housemaid b m 1S08 by Broomstick Ethel Pace by Troubadour TroubadourYear Year Age Sis 1st Id 3d Unp AAon 1910 2 H 3 1 1 2 8578 1911 3 10 3 2 2 3 1714 1912 4 2 2 1 1 1000 1913 5 8 3 3 0 2 2195 1914 C 9 4 4 I 0 2345 13 3 1 Did not race Did noi race 1 14IU 3 3S 3 Did not race Totals S 71 j Duck Netting In Japan: Novel and Exciting Sport Carried On with Great Ceremony.; Bag of 187 Birds Shown for a Day's Effort at the Old Emperor's Game. DUCK NETTING IN JAPAN Novel and Exciting Sport Carried On with Great Ceremony Ila r of 187 Uirils Shown for a Days DaysKlVort KlVort at the Olil Kiii eror Game Some years ago when serving iu a manofwar in Japanese waters it was my privilege to take part in a sport as exciting as it was novel It consisted wingThis of netting wild duck on the wing This has been a pastime of the Emperors of Japan for many ages and as far as known is confined to the imperial domains domainsThere There are two or three of these duck preserves in the country the one 1 had the pleasure of visiting bing situated about ten miles from Tokio TokioIu Iu former days it was customary to attend these ducknetting parties in court or full dress and I have met a retired naval officer who well re ¬ members having taken part in one dressed in frock coat ami cocked hat Fortunately for us the dress of this occasion was optional so needless to say cocked hats were not in evidence evidenceOur Our party numbering about twenty British and Japanese started off from Tokio iu a long pro ¬ cession of rickshas each drawn by two coolies Except for a single halt during which our ricksha men had a drink of native tea or cold water certainly nothing more potent I do not think we broke out of a steady run during the whole ten miles milesOn On reaching the duck grounds we were met by some court officials The head keeper with several assistants was also present presentThe The first thing impressed upon us was the im ¬ perative need for silence As nothing was to take place for an hour or so we were taken around the grounds anil had the principles of ducknetting ex ¬ plained to us usThe The whole place was laid out with the softest of green turf so that no sound of footsteps should disturb the wild fowl In the center of these grounds was a large pond where judging by the noise there must have been thousands of duck The pond itself however was invisible owing to a thick fringe of trees round the waters edge Itadiating from this central pond were a number of wet ditches some eight feet or ten feet deep and six feet wide in each of which were a number of lame decoy duck The latter are fed by a keeper daily and their calls at feeding time soon attract the wild birds which are thus enticed into these ditches ditchesHOW HOW THE WILD GAME IS NETTED NETTEDHaving Having been shown how the birds came to be there the next thing was to secure them We were first divided into parties of eight and then turned over to the care of tin head keeper Each was given a net somewhat resembling a prawning net lint with a handle about ten feet long made of bamboo These we were instructed to carry behind us as if about to make a cast with a fishing rod so that they should iot protrude beyond the edge of the ditch ditchAt At a signal from the keeper four of us crept along either side of the ditch a few feet from tin edge We were thus facing one another across tin ditch only three or four yards apart each crouch ¬ ing low with his net held iu readiness readinessWhen When the keeper saw ail were prepared he clapped his hands Immediately there arose a great quacking and the air was full of birds nets and much shouting All our party with the ex ¬ ception of two Japanese were novices at this game and while we were endeavoring to wield these clumsy nets our expert friends were doing great execution executionWhen When the duck had cither been netted or had made good their escape from this first ditch the whole affair was a matter of a few seconds only a move was made to the next a short distance away After one or two ditches had been dealt with we novices began to get the hang of it and managed to more or less hold our own The Japa ¬ nese next to me became intensely excited I re ¬ member that in his efforts to Kecjire u bis big he all but toppled me and the man on his other side into the water waterNetting Netting these birds is not so easy as one might suppose for as everyone knows the wild duck is very fleet on the wing and takes very little time to get up siieeil Then a net only two feet wide at the end of a tenfoot pole is not the handiest of things to manipulate Also in addition to defeat ¬ ing the maneuvers of the bird one had the other nets to compete with withIt It was a case of everyone for himself ami there was no such thing as poaching poachingOn On making a catch one was supposed lo swing ones net around behind where an attendant was in readiness to remove and dispatch the bird The experts however were seldom content with om bird but frequently netted two ami even three at a time A shipmate of mine standing opposite en ¬ deavored to do the same but his face was a study and his language unprintable when on opening hi net to catch a second bird the one already bagged made off offBy By far the greater number of these wild fowl were teal but occasionally a mallard would get up Whether there are any grounds for this belief I cannot say but it is generally supposed in Japan that if one of these mallard should succpcd in getting back to the main pond it would give the show away awaySo So to prevent this a falconer is always in at ¬ tendance with a falcon on his wrist ready to be launched at a moments notice I watched this bird at work and it was marvelous the speed at which it Delected it prey from among the teal and brought it to earth As a reward for its prowess the falcon is always given the mallards heart heartAt At the end of the days sport the bag was counted and found to consist of 1ST birds These our Japanese hosts distributed among the party and away we sped in rickshas at top speed for Tokio and our respective ships which were lying off Yokohama YokohamaAlthough Although we should probably have preferred a good days wild fowl shooting we nevertheless thoroughly enjoyed taking part in this ancient Japanese sport and the wardroom mess testified to the excellence of Japanese teal at dinner that eveniiiL P M in Bailvs Magazine Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 Cuba American Jockey and Auto Club Havana Cuba November 21 1019 to March liS 19 0 110 days daysMutuels Mutuels and books booksLower Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mex Beginning January HI and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutuels Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince PrinceGeorge George Park Bowie Md April 1 to April 15 lo days Mutuels Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association AssociationHavre Havre de Grace Md April 1C to April SO la days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Lexington Ky KyApril April 1M to May 10 days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May I to May IS in days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill Downs Louis ¬ ville Ky KyMay May S to May L9 l days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L I IMay May to May Ll 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Club Woodbine Iark Toronto Out OutMay May 1L to May iO 7 days Mutuels Montreal Driving CIuj Delorimier Park Montreal MontrealQue Que May to May U9 7 days Mutuols AAcstchestcr Itacing Association Bclmont Park ParkQueens Queens L I May 1M to June 111 IS days Oral Dorval Jockey Club lorval Park Montreal Quc QucJune June 1 to June 8 7 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey CluW Latonia Ky KyJune June U to July 7 CJ1 days Mutuels Montreal Jockey Cliib Blue Bonnets Montreal MontrealQue Que I Juno 10 to June 17 7 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L 1 1June June 14 to June 211 9 days Oral rounaught Park Jockey Club Connaught Park ParkOttawa Ottawa Out June 19 to June days Mutuelii Qniijiis County Jocker Club Aqueduct L I IJune June 1M Jo July IS Vl7 days Oral Niagara Itacing Association Fort Erie Out June J to July 0 f7 chfysj Muluels Page 3 Havana Form Chart HAVANA FORM CHART HAVANA CUBA WEDNESDAY MAHCH 24 1920 Oriental Park One hundred and sixth day Cuba American Jockey and Auto Club Winter Meeting of 110 days Weather cloudy temperature 70 ° Presiding Steward C T Fitz Gerald Presiding Judge W II Shelley Starter James Milton Hac JIIK Secretary Martin Xathanson Hacing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 200 p in AV 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 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 0 102 Purse 000 3yearolds anil upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt StrFln Jockeys Owners 10483 SHERRY w3 03 7 1 2 lh 1 lii T Fletcher T Ireland 40430 R LESTER w 3 OS C 3 4 3i 21 23 F AVilson B K Graham IB Jo in 40409 VAIX CHICK wn 3 03 5 S fi3 5 k 3 AV Jarrell T S Baldwin S 8 3i 75 710 7104G4G9FLY1NG 4G4G9FLY1NG DART wn 5 105 9 7 3 = 4U ft 4J E AtkinsnC R Smith G G G 2i C5 10421 WILD THYME wn C 111 1 G S S 7i 5i T Murray H T Bangs fi 0 0 2J fi5 40430 KOXXIE BIRD w 3 95 3 2 55 fi1 Ci 6 L Woods H E Davis 8 S S 3 85 854G4323BRER 4G4323BRER FOX ws 4 110 4 5 7s 7 i 8 71 A Finley L Laughlin 5521 10I29 GOLDEX RED wr 5 10S 1 4 V 2J 51 S A Tryon J T Moore 2J 2i 2J 1 12 40484 SEA BEACH wr 7 107 S Left at the post H Boyd W J Press 5 C C 2S 05 05Time Time 26 53 122 Track heavy 2 nnitiiols paid Sherry 1500 straight 050 place 10 show I Lester 2500 place 1000 show Vain Chick 380 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odils Sherry 080 to 100 straight 375 to 100 place 155 to 100 show IS Lester 1170 to 100 place 400 to 100 show Vain Chirk DO to 100 show showWinner Winner U f by Sweep Ktlielda by Kthelbert trained by J T Ireland bred by Mr Polk Loffoon LoffoonWent Went to post at 231 At post 2 minutes Start pour and slow Won driving second and third the same SHEIIHY raced GOLDEX HEI into defeat in the first half and outstayed H LESTKH in the final drive The latter moved up on the inside of the winner and was gradually wearing her down VAIX CHICK finished gamely on the outside SKA BEACH was caught in the webbing when the barrier was sprung and interfered with VAIX CHICK and FLYING DAHT DAHTScratched Scratched 10353 Frank Keogh 113 113Overweights Overweights Slierry 3 pounds II Lester 1 Sea Beach 2 f JCTfr SECOND RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purse 600 3yearolds and tOtf t upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index llorscs AWtPPSt U Vt iStrFin Jockeys 2 I3 E AtkinsnTres Amigos Sta 32 32 32 35 13 404573TWEXTY SEVEX w G 111 fi 2 G1 4i 41 2l W Jarrell O L Foster 3 3 3 75710 40434 ZIXXIA G 111 S 1 7i G 5 3 M MounfnC II Rowe 21 21 2J 1 12 124GI70THE 4GI70THE SXOB w J 5 10S 1 7 lk I1 l t 4i G MansauD Raymond 3 3A 3l 75710 415470 BEN BUTLER 4 105 2 fi 21 2l 3 = 5 J Fletcher G P Sherman 5 fi fi 2 65 65404093HAZELXUT 404093HAZELXUT vGlll 7 5 41 sij 6 = 1 A Tryon A Tempest fi fi fi 2J C5 4 154 32 FLASH OF STEELw t f 103 53 S S 7i 7 H Boyd II E Davis 15 15 15 C 3 1048 ROCKAREE w i 3 98 4 S 51 7 S S F Wilson R 11 Roscow 10 10 10 4 2 2Time Time 26 52 120 Track heavy 2 mntuels paid Ambassador III 450 straight 300 place 270 show Twenty Seven 520 place 330 show Zinnia 300 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Ambassador III 145 to 100 straight SO to 100 place 35 to 100 show Twenty Seven 100 to 100 place 05 to 100 show Zinnia SO to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f by Sweeper Kabenstein by Havensburg trained by W Brown bred in France by Mr Herman It Dnryea DnryeaWent Went to post at 2riS At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing AMHASSADOH III worked her way up on the outside and easiy raced into a long lead in the home ¬ stretch TWENTY SKVKX ran well and outstayed ZIXXIA in the final drive The latter closed a gap and finished well TH 13 SXOIt quit after setting the pace to the last eighth eighthOverweights Overweights Hockarce 1 pound 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 StrFin Jockeys Owners 40484FUASCUELO s fl 104 3 3 5i 4i 1 J Fletcrer E Alvarez 3 3 21 1 12 40492 PEACEFL STAR wn 7 100 S 1 53 3 3 2 W Taylor J C Mayes S S S 3 Ss 4 04 92 3 FICKLE FAXCY w 5 104 0 2 1 1 3 F Wilson B B Rice 444 85 45 45402585nRS 402585nRS AXD STARSwn S 111 4 S 71 4k 2 = M MountnAV C AVeant 2 3 3 fi5 35 40487B1AXCA w 4 113 2 4 Ol G k 5 o W Jarrell J Carvallo 333 05 35 10421 WHITE CROWN wi 8 104 7 G 4 73 fii fii E Barnes H AV Boyer 5 5 5 2 1 If 4UI KING TUSCAN n 7 100 17 8 8 7J 74 C AVhite E A Whitney S S fi 21 05 4 04 1 7LITTLE NEPHEW w 0 IOC 5 5 23 22 8 S E AtkinsnT S Allen 45521 45521Time Time 26 52 105 113 Track heavy 2 nintnels paid Frascnehi 040 straight 400 place 280 show 1eacefnl Star 2100 place SOO show Fickle Fancy 3IO show showK K inivalent booking odds Frascuelo 220 to 100 straight 100 to 100 place 40 to 100 show Peaceful Star I50 to 100 place 330 to 100 show Fickle Fancy 55 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch h by Plaudit Breezyland by Orlando trained by AV J Daly bred by Mr E F Prithird PrithirdWent Went to post at 324 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the came FHASCUKIO finished gamely in the middle of the track and got np to win in the last fifty yards PEACEFUL STA II closed a gap and finished fast FICKLE FAXCY set the pace and raced LITTLE NEPHEW into defeat in the first half mile but was forced over to the inside rail at the end and lost ground ItARS AXD STA US tired after moving up menacingly when entering the stretch FOURTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards March 6 1918 141 5 117 Derby Trial Purse 800 3yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 600 second 125 third 75 Index Horses Str Fin Jockeys 404402MLLE DAZIE w KIC 2 1 2s 2s Vs 1 = ° 1 T Murray AA Ar Thravcs 25 12 12 15 out 40398 RUI3Y w 100 5 2 1 I1 y 2 21 P Lons J Umensetter 222 12 out 4039 BLACK PRIXCE w 105 4 4 3l 3 21 3 3r M MountnArinonia Stable 444 fi5 out 403 MIGHTY LEVER wi 92 3 5 5 4 41S 4IS 415 W Jarrc11 AV J Press 12 12 12 4 out 40440 ORLEANS GIRL w 901 1 3 43 5 5 5 5 A Tryon Curb Stable 10 10 10 2 out outTime Time 26 52 120 151 154 Track heavy S2 mutuels paid Mile Dazie 340 straight 2 0 place Iluby 280 place no show mutuels sold soldK K iiivnlent booking odds Mile Dazie 70 to 100 straight 25 to 100 place Uuby 40 to 100 phi e eVr Vr inner 15 f by Fair Play Toggery by Uock Sand trained by K Spence bred by Mr Augi st Pel niont niontWent Went to post at 347 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon cantering second ai 1 third driving MLLK DAZIK raced into a long lead and was only cantering all the way UIIJY rat d well and was on the inside heavy going most of the way 1SLACK PIJIXCK moved up to ltl15Y after i inndiiig tin far turn then tired badly badlyOverweights Overweights Orleans Girl 3 pounds HOpr WfT FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards Feb 15 1918 139 8 103 Purse 000 vJOxyO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt A StrFin Jockeys Owners O U C P 40447SILArER SANDALS s G 101 9 3 GJ 4J 2i 1 J Fletcher A Lezama 4 5 5 2 1 404 3 MAJOR BRADLEY 3 9S 2 C 21 3i 3i 2U G MansanJ J OMalley OMalley4t 3 31 31 75 710 4048 = MANOKIN G 113 8 4 440474CHANSONTE 4t rn 51 33 E Barnes D S Fountain Fountain7l fi5 G5 05 1214 40474CHANSONTE II 4 97 4 7 7l 0 4i 4 AV Jarrell H T Bangs Bangs3l 4 040 MAY CRAIG 3 SO 3 1 3l 2i I1 5nt L AVoods H E Davis 40429 NATIVE SOIL 4102 7 5 5 S3 S3 G = A Tryon C E St Clair J 0414 D OF SHELBY n 10S 5 9 9404lUNAR 81 S3 71 C1 7 C AAhite C Bills 444 85 45 45404lUNAR 404lUNAR w 5 10G f 2 240I74HIGH I1 li in 7 S = E AtkinsnA Gascoigne 5 5 5 2 1 40474 40I74HIGH HIGH TIDE wit S 810 10 1 S 7 k 9 9 9 F AVilson H AV Boyer 12 12 12 5 2J 2JTime Time 27 54 122 151 153 Track heavy 2 miitneis paid Silver Sandals 130 straight 00 place 380 show Major Uradley 040 place 330 show Manokin 240 show showK K uivalent booking odds Silver Sandals 805 to 100 straight 350 to 100 place to 100 show Major Itradley 220 to 100 place 05 to 100 show Manokin 20 to 100 show showWinner Winner P in by Ogden Lyndall by Leonatns trained by W J Daly bred by Mr John K Mad ¬ den denWent Went to post at 411 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the sime SILVKU SAXDALS began slowly but worked her way up on the outside and outstayed MAIOU PlrADLKY The latter ran well and came again in the last sixteenth MANOKIX finished gamely on tifcp going IXAH set the early pace but quit after going threequarters 0474 = Lconia 100 40474 Cork 103 SIXTH RACE 1 116 Miles Feb 3 1918 144 3 92 Purse 600 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 450 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt M i Sir Fin Jockeys Owners 1 ZODIAC wn 9 10S 2 2 I3 I2 I3 I2 1 AV Brown E E Graham 4047VTHE TALKER w t 4 lOt 5 4 3s 23 23 2 23 G ManganJ S Baldwin 4 5 521 04r REY ENNIS w fi 10S 4 5 Cl 41 3s 3 = 3 J Fletcher L Crist 444 8545 854540488FAIRLY 40488FAIRLY v 9 105 3 4 = 51 5 = 4 43 F AVilson C F Brant 5 5 2J 1 12 0380 ATOODTHRUSH 510S G fi 5 0 fi1 G 51 A Tryon D S Fountain 4 5 5 2 1 40484HANDS OFF 7 10S 1 1 21 33 4 5 = fi E AtkinsnJ Carvallo 233 fi5 35 354044RHYMER 4044RHYMER 0103 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 AV Jarreh H T Bangs G C 0 2i G5 G5Time Time 26 54 121 150 157 Track heavy 2 mutuels paid Zodiac 030 straight 420 place 330 show The Talker 570 place 350 show Key Knnis 4SO show showKqnivalent Kqnivalent booking odds Zodiac 305 t 100 straight 110 to 100 place 05 to 100 show The Talker 185 to 100 place 75 to 100 show Key Kiinis 140 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner Ch g by Star Shoot Lady Vincent by St lilaisc trained by I K Graham bred by Mr John K Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 430 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing ZODIAC took a quick lead and easily won all the way TI1K TALKKIt raced gamely but was un ¬ able to improve his position in the last quarter IJI3Y KXXIS ran well FAIISLY was badly outpaced HAXDS OFF quit in the last quarter Hunting, Fishing And Sport HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT Francisco animal iiHiiiKin i i iiiiiin u oni trainer of experience and success declares that the American squirrel is first in intelligence ainong the smaller animals animalsMarch March 1C oft the Catalina Islands and while oh one of his daily trips from San Diego Capt Hall of the passenger steamer Estrella by an accurate cast of his harpoon from the bow of his small ves ¬ sel killed and took aboard a lOOyound porpoise porpoiseMr Mr Clarence II Mackay it is reported has ob ¬ tained a twentyyear lease on Gardiners Island at the eastern end of Long Island and will turn the property into a game preserve The island has a romantic history and for nearly three centuries has been the home of the family whose name it bears The lessor is Lion Gardiner the thirteenth white owner ownerImporting Importing American horses is sometimes extremely prolitable The sevenyearold mixed gait stallion Master Ideal was bought for 385 at the Xoveuiber horse auction In Madison Square Garden and sold at auction in London for 7500 to Walter AVinans the nllaround horseman who is a great friend of the American thoroughbred and who owned Sir Martin Through the efforts of Harry AV AV Smith of Worcester Mass Fred E Pond editor of Un American Angler and other sportsmen a monument is soon to be placed in some appropriate spot in Orange County as a memorial to Henry William Herbert Frank Forester the Jirst man to write a history of the horse in America and probably the bestknown allaround sporting writer this country has seen English Stake Dates For 1920 ENGLISH STAKE DATES FOR 1920 Liverpool Grand National Friday 7 7Queens Queens Prize Kempton Park Monday Lancashire Handicap Steeplechase Monday MondayGreat Great Metropolitan Stakes Tuesday City and Suburban Stakes Wednesday Two Thousand Guineas Wednesday One Thousand Guineas Friday Chester Cup Wednesday Kempton Park Jubilee Handicap Saturday SaturdayManchester Manchester Cup Friday The Derby Wednesday The Oaks Friday Hoyal Hunt Cup Wednesday Liverpool Cup Friday Stewards Cup Goodwood Tuesday Prince Edward Handicap Saturday Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Friday March 19 1920 Fortyfifth day Lower California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Hose L AVing J W Coffroth CoffrothStarter Starter Harry Morrissey Itacjng Secretary AV W Pinn PinnIJacing IJacing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 400 400dR dR n First 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 35Equlv Equlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight StraightLady Lady Hester 110 I1 C McCorkle 137010 40481 Roadmaster 117 2 R Ryan 47010 40448 Ispham 103 3i AV Hinphy 05010 40450 Cobalt 117 4h C Grosfi 17010 40448 Emma AVeller 9S 5 G Archamblt 10CO10 40454 Modiste 103 Gk S Smith 40010 40477 Assessor 117 1 J Mulcahey 40408 LaBBrcade 115 SJJ AV Mclntyre 4044 Anna Star 110 9 C Duggan 320010 16423 Supernal 110 10 F AVright AVrightfMutnel fMutnel field mutuels paid Lady Hester field 94i straight 500 place 320 show Headmaster 540 place 340 show Ispham 020 show Time 24 49 J 103 Track fast fastWinner Winner 15 AV Creechs rn f 4 by Harrigan Hester Zorra by Cesarion trained by I Creech bred by Mr Itanjainin A Jones JonesWent Went to post at 204 At post 3 minutes Stari good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingOverweights Overweights Ispham 4 pounds Modiste 5 Second Race 5 12 Furlon 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value t winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsTnd Tnd Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40481 3KofPythias 115 15 R Carter 200lOf 4 04 82 Viva Cuba 101 2l R Ryan t OlO 40403 RobtMntell 115 3 AV Anderson 1 14G4773Muriers 4G4773Muriers Pet 113 42 E Smith TCOKM TCOKM404483Red 404483Red Man 115 52 AV Mclntyre 91010 40477 Brown Bee 113 G = J R Lowe S950104 40448 Stirrups 100 1 D Connelly 1 40448 Aline B 113 Sl C Gross 45228 L Cochran lir 9l AV Hinphy 41CO10I 40443Tambian 113 10 = 1R Guy 11GO10 11GO10Col Col Norford 103 11 F AVright S91010 fMutuel field 1 mutnels paid Knight of Pythias 72 straight 240 place 280 show Viva Cuba field 0 place 240 show ISobt Mantell field 24 24Timc Timc 24 49 1021 109 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner J Smiths br g 8 by Itoanerges Carcanet II by Carbine trained by S Hessal tin bred by Mr Overtoil II Chenault ChenaultWent Went to jiost at 231 At post 1 minute Start good ami slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Stirrups 4 pounds dfi nQ Thirl Race 1 Mile June 17 191C ± UUVO 138 3 95 Purse 400 4year olds adn upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40481 Zamloeh 110 1 Perry 1GM10 1GM10404383MarConnell 404383MarConnell 109 21 D Connelly 35010 35010405003Miss 405003Miss Herrmn 9J 3s G Archambt 1100KX 40490 Bertodano 115 45 AV Mamlers 40IO 40404 Teo Breckgc 109 u1 R Ryan G70010f 4 04 38 = First Troop 115 0 = C Gross S010 40437 Pbil Mohr 115 7 S Smith 23G0in 2 nmtiiels paid Zamloeh 3580 straight OS jibice 400 show Marie Connell 300 place 340 show Miss Herrmann 400 show showTime Time 25 49 115 143 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner P Ik Askeys br z by General Uolxrls AVo leu by Woolsthorpe trained by T Polk bred b Mr O L Kogers KogersWent Went to IK st at 254 At post 1 minute Start good and si iw AVon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Marie Connell 1 pound fourth Race 1 Mile June 17 191G u 138 3 95 Purse 400 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 40403 Strikcr 113 1i W Hinphy 120100 120100404083Seeth 404083Seeth 113 2 AV Mclntyro 2480100 40498 Pulaskl 113 31 AV Manders 11G50100 40479 Hemlock 113 41 H Pinnegar 420100 4 0358 Praetorian 113 5 C Gross 220100 22010040300Miss 22010040300Miss 40300Miss Brush 100 0 ° G Archamblt 1120100 4 0400 Fty Morns 113 7 J Muleahey 2440100 2 mutuels paid Striker 440 straight 420 place 320 show Sleetli 1420 place 000 show Pulaski 1820 show showTime Time 25 49 115 143 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner AV E Parkers br jj 1 1v Disguise Contentious by Galore trained by AV A French bred by Mr James It Keene KeeneWent Went to post at 317 Off at once to a good and slow start Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Frosty Morning 2 pounds 1 Mile June 1 95 Purse 400 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40i973Orlin 40i973Orlin Kripp llfi 1 P Martinez 180100 404SO SummerSiKh 109 21 D Connelly 90100 90100404283Net 404283Net AValcutt 111 3 = 1 R Ryan 3120100 4 0428 Lewis B 113 4 R Lowe 1520100 40500 Gonuil 113 51 AV Mclntyre 23 01CO 40428 ChasCannell 108 C C McCorkle 15GO100 J 40423Ben J SITOII Payne Pnvnn 113 7 II Tuliett 23GO100 2 mutuels paid Orlin Kripp 5CO straight 200 place S2SO show Summer Sigh 200 place S240 show Xettie AValcutt 580 show Time 25 49 115 142 Track fast fastWinner Winner 1 Hnrks br h 10 by Sileo Afamada bv Duke of Montrose trained by C A Huberts bred bv Mr Charles AV Stoll StollAVent AVent to post at 347 Off at once to a good and slow start Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Summer Sigh 1 pound 138 3 95 Purse 400 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 05 third 35 35Eqniv Eqniv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight404953Aldebaran 404953Aldebaran 115 1 = AV Mclntyre 700100 40407 Astraca 99 2 = E Taylor 100100 40438 Lady Eileen 103 31 C McCorkle 553100 40420 Bor Blarney lir 4 P Martinez 270100 40453 Mont Belle 1CS 5 = C Duggan 22CO100 404033Thirst 113 fi3 AV Hinphy SGUMOO 40495 Paradigm 110 7 = R Ryan 7940100 4024 Prevaricate 101 S G Archamblt 7100100 2 mutuels paid Aldebaran 1000 straight 000 place 300 show Astraea 300 place 280 show Ijidy Kileen 300 show showTime Time 25 49 115 143 Track fast AVinner Anderson llros b g 11 by Planndes Passan by Hamburg trained by T Wright bred bv Mr John K Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 410 Off at once Start bad Won easily second and third driving dR 1 Seventh Race 5 12 furlongs June 4OULO 28 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Eqnlv Eqnlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G4513D 4G4513D of Devre 111 1 D Connelly 220100 40451 Curlicue 109 2 C McCorkle 120100 4G451 Phne AVard 117 3 ° R Lowe 300100 3001004G43E1 4G43E1 Sabio 103 42 G Archamblt 7620100 40428 Crispie 10G 5 P Martinez 29GO100 29GO100404G7 404G7 Dolph SO G C Buell 2450100 2 mutuels paid Duke of Devonshire 040 straight 300 place 220 show Curlicue 200 place 220 show Phrone AVard 220 show Time 23 47 100 106 Track fast fastWinner Winner I Cunniffes ch g 5 by Transvaal Mindful by Star Shoot trained by H K Phillips bred by Clay 15ros 15rosAVent AVent to post at 434 Off at once Start good and slow AVon easily second and third roverwehbts Crispie 5 pounds Dolph 2 General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY General Weather Forecast Showers are indicated for the western lake region and the upper and middle Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys during the next thirtysix hours while farther west the conditions will remain unsettled but witli little if any precipitation Unseasonably high tempera ¬ tures will continue in the middle states for three days longer at least leastAn An Associated Press dispatch from Duesseldnrf 0 crin any of yesterday says Leaders of the ele ¬ ments which have taken over control of this city insist the movement should hot be termed commu ¬ nistic as Soviets throughout Germany are considered impossible and dangerous It is desired above all to do away with militarism they add and show the allies that Germany is determined to take such a stand There are a few armed guards but no real army is to he seen It is planned to have an cdd army commander Captain Kredam in charge of the security guards which is to be composed of workmen who can be called to arms in case of emergency but not regularly drillins as militia which is what the workmen want to abolish Frie ricli Stalil one of the eight members of the Dnessel dorf executive committee installed in the provincial government house gave to the Associated Press a statement on the workmens views He said tin movement precipitated by the Kapp revolt was par ¬ ticularly a workmens protest against that mili ¬ tary movement and militarism in general This is no soviet revolution lie declared At the moment at least we are standing on the same ground as the regular government chosen by the people of Ger ¬ many What we want the government to do is to uphold the peoples will expressed in the last elec ¬ tions that is to say make a decided move to the left toward Socialism and to crush militarism in every form more especially as it lias dared to show itself in this Kapp revolt as well as under Oustav Xoskc We want work to give evidence to our own people as well as to the world in general of our will to work and develop This is iwither an uprising nor a revolution but only a decided vote of distrust against the government at Iterlin and the city and provincial governments which failed to uphold the principles of the revolution of Xo vember 1018 whereby our people got rid of royalty and their military supporters Everything will go on smoothly The workingmen including the head anil hand workers will work now witli a will while under military rule as it hail developed last month under Xoske they worked against their will W shall rigorously put down looting disorder or plundering and if the government should send troops to fight against us well we are Strong and the workmen most of them experienced soldiers under a military leader would leave their workshops and factories and turn against them themA A plan was agreed upon early yesterday for end ¬ ing the general strike on the Spanish railways inaugurated the day before It was announced that after prolonged conferences between the minister of works and the representatives of the railway com ¬ panies a solution had been reached under which the wage demands of the men would be conceded The agreement provides for the government paying th companies for one month the amount necessary for them to increase wages Meanwhile a definite solution will be sought of the companies t teconomic economic difficulties The directorates of the railroad com ¬ panies issued a manifesto declaring an assertion in the chamber of deputies that the government acted in complicity with the companies to provoke tlus strike absolutely without foundation arguing that the companies were always the first to suffer on the outbreak of a strike The confederation of labor at the saine time declares the men are ready to re ¬ turn to work as soon as they receive proper guaran ¬ tees that the concessions suggested will be made permanent Catholic and Socialist workers at Crcnada clashed last night after quitting work Serious fighting followed and a large number of eacli side were wounded woundedItritish Itritish troops have fired upon a disorderly crowd of strikers at Jamsliedpur when members of the mob ignored a warning order says a Homliay dis ¬ patch Two persons were killed and twentyfive wounded as a result The crowd scattered when it was seen the troops were prepared to charge with the bayonet Attempts to damage the railway wens made during the disorder Hecent dispatches have indicated considerable bolshevik sentiment in the neighborhood of Jamshedpur Later the military force guarding the railway was attacked and driven back a hundred yards upon which the troops fired killing five persons and wounding twentythree Eightysix strikes have occurred in India recently affecting 300000 workers workersOne One hundred and fifty students of the University of Chicago are working as extras at the Chicago postoffice this week which is tiieir vacation be ¬ tween quarters They are being used in all de ¬ partments in grades of work which do not require long experience Assistant Postmaster John M Huhhard says they have proved efficient and a great aid to the overburdened postoffice and that he could use 1000 more under the existing conditions of the mail service here which has been handicapped by the express drivers strike They are paid 00 cents an hour Some of the students work from three to five hours daily throughout the year and thus earn a part of their college expenses Thousands of discharged soldiers have been utilized during the past year to relieve the postoffice congestion congestionThe The resignation of the German cabinet was ten ¬ dered to President Ebcrt yesterday by Chancellor Itniier It is expected that Herr Bauer will be asked to form a new ministry and that the same would be ready for presentation to the national assembly today Belief was expressed that some of tlie members of the old cabinet would be proposed for the new one Labor will have representation The new ministry is not expected to be permanent lint is planned to administer affairs until the gen ¬ eral election is held in June The government leaders are resisting strong pressure from the laborites to form an all socialist or all workmens government The cabinet was in session nearly all Secretary Daniels was charged yesterday by Capt Horace Lanning U S X with personal responsi ¬ bility for the serious handicaps and delays from which the United States navy was said to have suffered during the early months of American par ¬ ticipation in the world war I annings charge was made before the subcommittee of the Senate naval affairs committee investigating the conduct of the navy during the war Lanniiig who served as as ¬ sistant chief of naval operations declared it was the personal characteristics of the Secretary of the Xavy that often made it impossible to get approval of the really important policies determined upon by old and experienced naval officers officersSenator Senator Lebanon 15 Colt one of the mild reser vationists in the late treaty fight in the Senate told the Womans Republican Club of Hhode Island that he believed the treaty is only temporarily laid aside as far as the United States is concerned and it must eventually be ratified President AVilson he said had several possible courses open to him now that the treaty has been returned to him one of them to resnbmit it to the Senate I have had some intimations from certain of my democratic friends that he may send it back he declared Senator Colt attacked the proposal to have Congress declare the war at an end endJohn John L Lewis president of the United Mine Workers sent a telegram yesterday to Thomas T ISrewstcr chairman of the coal operators wage scale committee of the central competitive field asking him to join in calling a conference of the joint scale committee to settle the bituminous coal wage question on the basis of the majority report of President Wilsons coal commission Sllh a con ¬ ference was suggested by President Wilson Lewis suggested that the conference meet in Xew York on March 29 29American American Rhodes scholars residents of Oxford University have been invited to spend their Raster vacations in English homes in order that they may gain a more intimate insight into English family life This is a continuation of the hospitality shown American officers during the war when the most prominent people of Britain acted as their week ¬ end hostesses hostessesPresident President Wilson yesterday made his first trip outside of Washington since he was taken ill last fall Accompanied by Mrs AVilson and his physi ¬ cian he drove into Airginia as far as Alexandria Xu stops were made and the President was away from the AVhite House less than two hours hoursMajorGeneral MajorGeneral von Luettwitz the miltary com ¬ mander in the Kapp revolt has been arrested it is officially announced Admiral von Trotlm chief of the admiralty has also been arrested There is no definite news ut Kapps whereabouts Page 4 Havana Entries and Past Performances for Thursday, March 25. Havana Entries and Past Performances for Thursday March 25 WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK HEAVY Tlio figures under tho heading Rco in the entries below show tho best time of each horse at tho 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 RiKing starts at 1140 p m Chicago time i10 Superior mini runner x Good mud runner J Fair mud runner 11 Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds ami upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan M 1917 103 i 5 102 102Todays Todays Intl Horse AVr Roe AWtIlan llirOl Ambassador III 11 a 1 I71 4 10iX7ii 10iX7ii4JKSt 4JKSt Small Stone UN 1OS i 111X710 111X710tliifC tliifC Tiie Snob M IM 107 r 101X715 101X7154iir2 4iir2 = Twenty Seven 100 101 lOO liJ1701 Fclicidad 117 107 i 101X710 ljili Prince Poncrt U 107 100X710 innoi BrYr Fox M Ill lOS i 1 10IS7 10IS74V 4V lio Khiro Ill 107 5 1007 10074lio 4lio James c 100 ioi f n 111x7 111x7Second Second Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongsoyearolds oyearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 1017 l0r6 r 102 1024MOl 4MOl Bulger 105107 S 100X7 100X7450l 450l 4C fOt Kins Tuscan Ill 105 7 7111X71 7111X71Kiir0 111X7 Kiir0 llello Pardnor 10Sil0if SKSx OSX71 OSX71H457 lli157 Unwise Cliiltl 00 107 Vs 4 1 101x74Ml 101x7 101x714IMOI 4Ml Roundel Ill 107 4 lllj7 lllj71IIMS IIMS IIMS3 Director James lOi 107 3 100X7 100X7HHi4S5 4IHS5 Blanche Doiiallon 105 107 Vf 107X7 1IMS5 Lady Langdcn 107 107 4 104 1047 70 41491 Magic Mirror Ill 1OS i 107 7 74U1S5 70i 70illiisr 4U1S5 Mack Dawsou 101 1015108 108 100X7 109X71H 109X71HThird Third Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongsoyearolds oyearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan l4 1017 10514 5 101 101HiloJl3 HiloJl3 King Worth 1 107 9 111Q72 Ind llorsc VVt Kec AWtIlan AWtIlan4I54SV 4I54SV Lillian G 10S1OS 410IX72C 410IX72C4tM8l 4tM8l Hasty Cora 114 107 f 107X711 40481 = Plain Heather lOIt 107 SJX71J 40150 Precious Jewel 05 107V = 1 104X7KJ 40480 Iaccarat loil10 5 100X71 J 45450 Prince Easy 110 107 4 1015 711 71140I013 40I013 Lowell llo 107 4 100 701 45480 = Ilora 100 107 u 11 X 703 703Fourth Fourth Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track reiord Jan 24 1017 105 5 101 4IS4JKJ KEY MAR 105 101 Hi 181 Kddie Tranter Tranter4i4Sii 1051108 4i4Sii Pierrot 111 1OS lrlO Iron Iov 104 Im7 4 3S13 Thorn Itloom 115 107 401S5 Stiletto 111107 41 il Pomcretie lti1173 Blanehita Fifth Race 1 11C Miles arohls and upward Claiming conl Feb 3 1JI1S 1M 302 101 l4i 101X723 100 147 KllxT0 KllxT0r Parable 100 147 r lot 7ir AVoodthrush lOH lHi r Kox7ir Dick Benson 112 147 10 101X710 High Title 101 147 S IOC X 710 Plantarede 10 131 4 10JX70J Sixth Race 1 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track reconl March t3 1010 15S 5 105 15447 = Monoinoy 10S 1150 lH7Lr lH7Lr4I511SI 4I511SI Corydon 108 141 if 5 1015X7 0 0KUCii KUCii Attorney Muir 100 140 5 00X715 4IM753 Cordon ISussell 101 13 10 lo7in 4 4 4J J Lariat K 8 140 4 07X711 07X7114U1473 4U1473 Salvatelle 105140 110X710 IGIOO Texas Special 10o loJ 1 105 700 Havana Jockey Percentages. IIAVAAA 1OCICKY rEUCKNJAGKS rEUCKNJAGKSiniry iniry 1 alJ to aiareh IT lUUO Inclusive Over OverWt Jotrkey Wt Mts Crooks W 112 7 Carmody J 104 381 irediu N 101 4 Murray T 108 00i 1ickens A IOC JirIS Ciiiavutta F 102 211 Koderis J 15 218 ISarnes K I0t 143 Wilson F 100 2 earner II 102 200 Lux F OS 105 Fa tor K 103 123 rimvn W 103 152 Mangan 0 102 SO Oargan W 110 215 Finley A 105 142 Woofls L Hunt F Jarrell W Fletcher J Oonway J 105 83 McCnniii It 101 254 Connors J 111 153 Tryon A 100 123 Itauer J 112 35 Mountain M 110 201 Over OverWt Jockey JockeyIlilcman Wt Mts 1st Ililcman K 110 100 14 lloffler J 03 05 f 4 Collins A 108 402 32 Corey G 105 201 21 Wingfield IS 112 110 S H Dawson J 107 122 S 7 1enalver J 105 4 3 5 Itoyd II 102 14 1 0 Atkinson K 103 157 10 14 rall IS 105 175 0 10 Taylor W 104 100 r 10 Miller C Do Mayo K Jarrigan C 101 21 Long P 01 40 White C 103 82 1etz J C 105 54 Krejicr A 00 41 Franklin I 05 20 201IU Anderson M 1IU 04 Hirst C 101 11 Watson C 110 14 Collins X Garcia A Peterson K Sclilessinger M First Race [1st Havana] FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3ycarolds and upward Claimin Jan 24 1317 105 5 102 Index Course Dial TlraeTokOdd Wt St U i V VAMBASSADOR 8tr Fin Jockeys Started Order of Flntifc FlntifcBy AMBASSADOR III ch f 4 106 106Owner By Sweeper Rabcnstcin by Ravensburg Owner C K Moore Trainer C K Moore 16502 Havana 34 l20hvy 32 111 1 7 f fi1 M Mountn 1 Twenty Syven Zinnia The Snob 4G170 Havana 5 r 111 slop 3 101 G 5 5 41 li E Atkinsn S FortFav r Felicidad TheSnob 45946 H vana 4 lllhvy 2 101 4 G 5 4 = 4i J Clnnody 7 KcyMar LillianU Peace Star 45907 H vana 5 f l07fast G 103 5 4 44 4 4i 2 J Cannody S Tarascon Drusilla AVillie Woods 45785 H vana I l13fast 4 105 G T 56 0 C G 1J Cannody Psiiinption WillSoon Incinator 45750 H vana 4 l13J rast 100 S 7 78 S 81 f 5J E Atkinsn Frascuelo I ickrose Legacy Legacyfi 45611 H vana 4 11G slow 21 100 3 fi 63 3 4i 21 J CarmodylO FKmbrv KClark Prec Jewel 45631 Havana 51 f 110 hvy 12 100 7 5 88 8 7 ° 3 = K Atkinsn S Itianca 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LUX S Ruck Nail Chillum Great Gull 10034 Havana Im50y 143 fast S 1011 1 1 145SCS 3 2 31 W Brown 8 Lariat Salvatelle Monomoy 45SCS Havana 1 110 l45fcfast S 110 4 u G Gi G22 E Atkinsn S Can Light Ruck Nail Lariat 45712 Havana 1 11G 147 fjood 3 99 1 4 5 4J 45 T Hunt 5 Poacher Jellison Don Thrush 45000 Havana lmf 0y l43fast 3 102 3 2 4 2 lh T Hunt 5 IJill Ilmdey J W Klein Hocnlr 45531 Havana Im20y l40fast 35 104 COO 0 C 573 F Lux 0 Jellison Salvatelle Great Gull 45423 Havana Im50y l42cfast 3 102 5 5 3 3ATTORNEY 3 31 21 F Lux 5 Lucky Pearl Hocnir Ruck Nail NailBy ATTORNEY MUIR br g 6 99 99Trainer By Stalwart San Andres by Quicklime Trainer J S Baldwin Owner J S Baldwin 46351 Havana 1 310 203 ood 2 W 3 3 3 3 2nt I1 A Tryon GreatGtill RuckNail Wlhrush 4 6285 Havana Im50y l43 ffast 3 101 777 7 S 7 A Tryon 8 Solid Rock Chillum Zoie ZoieS 40225 Havana Im50y l4fast G IOC 0 7 5 54GD1 3 21 21 A Tryon S GRussell Hands Off Kilkenny 4GD1 Havana 1 18 153 fast 3 110 5 S 7 7 G ° A Tryon 9 FIlomc DWilliams Wdthrush 2 = 2k A Tryon i Lucky Pearl Zodiac RusterClark 45910 Havana 1140 fast 3 345VCS 51 42 A Tryon 7 Hands Off Legacy Pretty ISaby 45VCS Havana 1 11G l45ffast 7 S S4J A Tryon 8 Can Light Ruck Nail Lariat 457GS Havana 1 1S l33fast 4 4li 1 A Tryon Regreso Ellison Fly Home GORDON RUSSELL b h 10 102 102Trainer By Marchmont II Tokalon by Tammany Trainer E W Plant Owner E A Whitney WhitneyI 40175 Havana 1 l45slop 5 111 1 1403CS I 1 1 3X 3 = 3 W Brown 7 HaiidsOff TlieTalker ReyEnnis 403CS Havana 1 l10fast 85 113 7 0 1 3 7 77iW Jarrell S HandsOff TokMarch Manokin 40225 Havana ImyOy l43fast 83 109 7 5 8 S 3l I1 J Carmody 8 Atty Muir Hands Off Kilkenny 40122 Havana 1 140 fast 4 113 3 454 5 13 W Tarrell 8 1retty Raby Dione Solid Rock 45990 Havana 34 l13 fast C 114 4 4 3 2l I1 J Carmody 7 John Jr Enos Drif field 45701 Havana 31 l13fast 10 108 1 7 4 31 li W Jarrell Rev James Harlock UH Child 45052 Havana 1 l414sooa S 109 7 6 3 3 52 7C3 E AtkinsnlO At Muir Rhymer Miscricorde 45452 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SALVATELLE b m 5 110 110Trainer By Malamont Sal Volatile by Disguise Trainer D Kearney Owner D Raymond 40117 Havana 1 110 l45fast 0 112 2 3 2 2 24G1W 2 k 3s E Atkinsn 7 IlighGcar Monomoy DaintyLad 4G1W Havana 1 110 IlGfast 2i 103 2 221 2 1 1 14C05 I3 21 J Carmody ii MiKsPatty Monomoy StarlJealm 4C05 Havana ImoOy 143 fast 2i 107 514 5141 51414G2G3 1 21 Sl A Tryon Regreso Monomoy Ryrno 4G2G3 Havana 1 110 l10fast 1 101 433 2 2 21 4SJ J Carmody 5 Freemantle T Special II Lerch 40120 Havana 1 11G l4Gfast 2 10G 1 122 2 2 2 1i 21 F Merimee li CanLight Monomoy LitNearer 40034 Havana Im50y 143 fast 21 101 0 0775 7 7 5 32 2l E Atltinsn 8 Lariat Corydon Monomoy 45S08 Havana fast 21 110 144 4 2l 5J F Weiner 8 Can Light Ruck Nail Lariat 45815 Havana 1 110 l4Cfast 1 103 5 535 3 o o 5 5TEXAS 5l I1 J Carmody C Rierman Sasenta Fly Ilome IlomeBy TEXAS SPECIAL br c 4 100 100f By Ballot Clara J by Watercress f Trainer J Uncnsettcr Oivncr J Umcrsctter 10100 Ha vana 1 110 l40fast S5 H t 3 4 5 5 5 54G2G3 fJ F Chiavta Miss Patty Salvatelle Monomoy 4G2G3 Havana 1 110 l10 fast 41 US 3 4 4 1 I 4 44VJ01 41 2i F Hunt Freemantle IL Lerch Salvatelle 4VJ01 Havana 1 110 l4Gffast 7 107 C 4 5 T 5 5i II Garn2r n Berlin DWilliams Don Thrush 45121 Havana Im50y l13fast Ki 10S 5 544 4 4 5 f f45M2 5J II Garner 5 Don Thrush Rcrlin Major Domo 45M2 Havana 1110145 fist 10 101 4 444 4455 5 5 fii H Garner T Kikti Orestes Grmidy 44890 Havana 4 3 4 4 4s 35 II Garner T Grmidy Ruford Zululand 44C3S Churchl 50 mud 115 IOS 777 0 C2 O14 C Robsonlt Salvo Cerinus Lothair 41011 Churchl 4Salow 2 K 3 575 4 Sh 42 C Robson lireeze Eulogy Mistress Polly Biffkins' Wonderful Fish: An English Tale of Adventure of a Fisherman of Prowess.; the Enormous Power on His hook as Against Farmer Dewbank's Sow. BIFFKINS7 V 01DERFUL FISH An English Talc of Adventure of a Fisherman of Prowess ProwessThe The ISrioriiunis Power 01 II is Hook Here is a good and unusual fishing tale told by a correspondent of the English Fishing Gazette GazetteRiffklus Riffklus had come down for the weekend for a little early fishing I had not seen him since a recent ridiculous adventme with the coaih whip and the salmon and I understood lit had now become an ardent fisherman fishermanIn In fact I may say that I know him to be so soHe He was up soon after daylight and wandered about the house hoping I would be ready soon and that it would be fine It was ami I had taken lunch down to the hut and my wife had provided us with a tea which had induced even him to forsake the water for at least half an hour We had been at it all day and it was now ipiite dark I was tired out and determined to start off homi whether Riffkins came with me or not I had not the least idea where he was ul as the growth of trees and brushwood along the river bank was dense there was little chance of seeing him even before it was dark darkThe The river is over a mile from my house so I could not in decency go home without finding him himI I therefore walked carefully and slowly up ¬ stream whistling every now and then so as to be heard over the noise of the water At last I was rewarded Hullo I heard Is that youV I assured him it was and asked him politely what the devil he was doing with a flyrod at that hour Come here he said I say I cannot make out what has happened I have hooked something enor ¬ mous I have been here half an hour with it all my line about thirty yards is out and the thing keeps sailing round and round this damned pool as if it was a circus I am all of a sweat I assure you I thought you said salmon never came up until the autumn and if it isnt a salmon it must be 1 porpoise It isnt a salmon I said it is ut ¬ terly impossible As for a porii ise how in the name of goodness could a porpoise come up a trout 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