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PLEASED WITH PRINCE PAL SimmsOliver English Colt Works Nicely at Churchill Downs Donnacona and On Watch Among AmongOther Other Derby Candidates CandidatesSeen Seen on the Track LOriSAILLE Ky March 10 Edward F Simms Weilihy oil man of Paris Ky and II P Oliver f Pittsburgh who recently purchased Prince Pal Palfor for reported price of 000 were on 1 d at bunhill Downs yesterday morning and saw trainer WiM Wallace send the colt three juartors of a mile in 12 The son of Prince Palatine Wilful Maid II took to his task as though he knew his new owners were looking on for he tried to run much faster than jockey Hugh Shilling who was astride lull cared to allow him himA A wind with a velocity far above the average swept over the track yesterday morning and horses working were forced to face it as they ran through the stretch This coupled with the fact that the course still showed effects of the heavy rain of Saturday night made Prince Pals trial a good one onePotll Potll Mr Siniius and Mr Oliver expressed thom iclvos as exceedingly well pleased with their hope ii the Kentucky Derby and his condition to date llcy looked the colt over thoroughly and com ¬ plimented trainer Wallace upon his splendid appear ¬ ance It was the first time that they bad seen liin indulge in one of his Derby workouts workoutsMoney Money was uo object to those two sportsmen when it came to obtaining a worthy representative for ihe Derby There was nothing in the vast J W Mc iland establishment that appeared to be of D rliv caliber but it was not long until they ac iiired Prince Pal which they are of the opinion ill fill the bill billThe The two ieft for Mr Simnis home at Paris Jiy vostoiday afternoon and they will spend sev ¬ eral days at Xalapa Farm Improvements are being made there that will make it one of the show places of the Hlne Grass section sectionTri Tri iioi Max Hirsch had Donnacona and On Watch out for halfmile workouts yesterday the former i Mining in r and the latter in Hoth could luiv gfno faster but Ilirsch is not asking much speed ff them yet yetALEX ALEX JR WORKS WELL WELLAlex Alex Jr Dan Lelians Derby eligible wont three quarters in 1 2i in company with ICastor Flower his dependent for the Ashland Kentucky and Latonia Oaks The colt was restrained to keep pace with the filly or he would have gone much faster fasterJockey Jockey John Pitz has been engaged to do the riding for the Lelian stable this year yearI I Kinzowing dam of Alex Jr foaled a bay filly by Uiilph at Churchill Downs Saturday morning Tne mare will be mated with Dodge this season seasonIt It II Andersons twoyearold brown colt by Dick Finnell Alice Haird a brother to Marjorie Jlynes has been named Coyne as a compliment to Pete Coyne trainer of the George J Long Jjorses Th youngster is said to In a right fast one and he is well engaged in stakes stakesThe The puldii ity value of the Kentucky Derby to this city is evidenced by the large batch of ap ¬ plications for boxes for Derby day which have been ncovod at the Churchill Downs office Kvery sec ¬ tion of America is represented among them Quite i few people will make the journey from the Pa ¬ cific coast to see the big raw run while the New York delegation judging from the advance orders will be larger than ever Incidentally some appli ¬ cations have Jeeii received from towns that it was 11 iesMiry to look up on a map as their existence was unknown to most people here hereJudge Judge Charles F Price who will fill his old lac it the stewards stand is expected back in n day or two from Naples Florida where IK spent the winter William II Shelley racing secretary at all of the Kentucky tracks will arrive from Cuba Tliursday morning and after remaining at home for a few days will go to Lexington to got things in shape for the opening of the meeting there April 24 Latest Turf News From Lexington LATEST TURF NEWS FROM LEXINGTON LEXINGTON Ky March 0 Messrs Tom AVeloh and Tom Healey arrived here from New York last night the former coming to formally take possession of Elmcndorfi Farm for Joseph K AV idonor and the latter to pay his usual monthly visit to K T Wilsons breeding establishment In re rePreliminary Preliminary to giving possession of Klmendorf Farm on April 1 John K Madden transferred tin fifteen brood mares belonging to H It and Ion fort Jones of ISrislow Oklahoma to W U ICstills Elmhurst Farm opposite Hamburg Place on AVin rhostor Pike PikeK K P OMoara arrived here today from Cuba Ill horses Alford and Spectacular Girl nre en route u a car with Meliora Spugs Arthur Middleton ICiliit Fly Home Timothy 1 Ilogau and Ford 1 J Uranium came over today from Louisville to arrange for stalls for the ten horses he will rare at the spring meeting here hereW W T Wortliington whose horses were shipping from New Orleans to Louisville Is making prepara ¬ tions to race in Canada this year yearNantura Nantura owned by W 1C Walsh of Covington foaled a bay filly by Mnlaniont and is to be bred jo The Manager Widow Of John M. Clay Is Dead WIDOW OF JOHN M CLAY IS DEAD LEXIXGTON Ky March ISO Mrs Josephine Russell Clay S5 widow of John M Clay a sou of Jlenrr Clay died at Ashland on Tales Creek Pike yesterday John M Clay was one of the leading tiirfmcnand breeders of thoroughbred horses of his day and after his death Mrs Clay continued the Stud until a few years ago Mrs Clay was a native of Missouri and was the author of a number of books her latest being The Sport of Kings i collection ol stories about horses jtnd racing of earlier l ys Figures Of The Havana Meeting: Close To Half A Million Dollars Distributed During The One Hundred and Ten Days Of Racing FIGURES OF THE HA VAN A MEETING CLOSE TO HALF A MILLION DOLLARS DISTRIBUTED DISTRIBUTEDDURING DURING THE ONE HUNDRED AND ANDTEN TEN DAYS OF RACING The Cuba American Jockey and Auto Clubs winter meeting of 191920 came to nil end with the rac ¬ ing of Sunday March 2S Altogether then were 110 days of racing at Oriental Park during which time 7 races were run and 4S227S distributed in stakes and purses The daily average distribution amounted to 4nS4r In every respect this meeting was the most successful ever held in Cuba All previous records for attendance were shattered the crowds on Saturdays Sundays and special occasions overtaxing the accommodations of the spacious and commodious Oriental Park The distribution of close to half a million of dollars in stakes and purses is in itself a record for a winter meeting at least in recent years The racing itself was of a good standard and many thrilling and interesting contests wen witnessed at one time and another The sport was held under ideal climatic conditions the weather being summerlike throughout the entire winter with but little rain and that only at long intervals The result was the track was at its best the greater part of the meeting and fast time was recorded The policy of the club in giving two 10000 added stakes met with popular favor and never before in the history of the sport in Cuba was there so much interest and enthusiasm displayed as there was in the outcome of the Grand National Handicap and Cuban Derby Had Itlne Wrack won the Cuban Derby his owner Senor A II Diaz would have finished at the top of the list of winning owners but as it was he fell short of that distinction by the small sum of Kay Spence leading with 19700 while Senor Diaz had SI to his credit Alto ¬ gether nine owners won over 10000 each The following were the successful owners ownersOwner Owner 1st 2d Id Amt AmtSilence Silence K 51 21 21 1 7 0 0Diaz Diaz A II 10 M 12 Uli r Armonia Stable IS Ill H4 r rWeant Weant W C 17 US 27 ir2rO ir2rOMoore Moore C K 12 If 1l 13SIO 13SIOWilliams Williams Hios 10 10 U i5iru narez Thraves W V Graham 1 1C Press Y J Davis II 1C Haxter S T Hover II W Curb Stable Dondas V Moody J II rmensetter J Haldwin J S Donahay J L Vhitnev 1C A Fitzgerald K L Coons II Lewis AV L Feuchter W Paxter K trovn L Jamaica Stable Hrosius C E Lezama A OLeary L F De Estrainpos J Howen II Duggan W J Kentmcre Farm Stable StableCorujo Corujo J Fountain I S Carvallo J Itrown T J Ireland J T ayniond D Swan II C Hangs II T Mock H OMoara Hros Stoneham C A lioughsmaii F Heal N K Niehaus A C Mizell 0 C Ilcrron II Oargan W Mayes J C HolTier T Iloltman J J Price J Hamel A Thompson M 1C Crist L Delbarrio F Polk S Fuller J AV Pritehard 1C F Allen U H OMalley J 1 Tempest A Foster O L Purdotto J F Maher 1 J Itowe C II Sprague C II Kohn M Uidge G M Hranr C F Kiff J II Holmes O Woodard W Crist H 1C Van Winkle O 1C Allen J S Hertz I Kieo P H Linnell 1C Shields M M Hart F Douham K Itoggess J 0 Hills C Laushlin L Jones S It AVoods II G Hurrah C J Mackoy C L AVarwick G AVestmorcland AV 0 Strife J T Pangle J W Polk C Kearns F J Allen O K AVhitford T Smith C It Ilerdel II Ilutehinson IT L Iteamer F N Cunningham AV P CJihoy C 11 Owner OwnerCarloton Carloton W M Cooper J M Davidson A P ICverest J Wrispen F Cass J Lilian A L Taylor 1C II Jr Carwood J Moore J W Itamsey K J Keod C Callahor Hros Daly AV C Kioe 0 San Martin J Sherman P Stire P Vxiiiierdo 0 1C1 Mono Stable Moodv N K Sullivan 1C J Tres Amigos Stab Tuggle O Millin J 1 Haxter L II fierman W W Harris J T Nickerson K T Albright 17 J Ititiz A A Fanis K J Plant II W Kector F Keyes J J Middlctoa C Valentine A L Allogro J Hurke 1C Jargan T Softy K St Clair C K Cousins 1C Fornian II C Smith II C Hughes W J McCinty F Mitchell A M Itaymond W Hredin N llickman W Schelke F Dayton A F Hart II J lligginbotham AV McCaffertr J J McDonald C L Itcynolds C Saunders W L Short K II Wright C 1C Xollicoffer 1C T Moore J 1 Cotton II A Tibanear II L Senor Diaz crack three year old Hlue AVrack was the largest money winner among the horses with the Cuban Derby victor llerron second and the consistent handicap horse Cromwell third The lat ¬ ter also won more races than oth er horses at t he Havana track The following is a list of the win ning horses Continued on third page FIGURES OF THE HAVANA MEETING Cuulinucil from first page Horse HorseKill Kill Ilnnley Lackawanna Dr Itao Magnet Land Xodiae Currencv ltivirsilt Alvord PomerellC Miss ratty Pierrot High dear Attorney Mnir Dimitri lliililmli Dainty Laily Avion Hmlora Frecmantlo K 1 Garrison llarlock War Tax Pyrnc Pllcdodcll doldcn Chance Hands Off lolite I run I Joy Old Ited Priz Cold Stone Mike Dixon Unity General Agramonte AgramonteFoster Foster Kinliry Major Donio Ilaby Cat Deckhand riininin liars anil Stars littlccote DU Itcy Kiinis Kly Homo Tin Talker Iady Sweep Lariat Till lolin AV Klein Little Nephew Little One Jettison Arthur Middleton HetJerton Hlanchita Frascnelo Plohdcl Don Thrush Huford Duke ItutV Manokin 111111 Major Hradley Sitrpliie Hlazcaway Count Horis First Pullet Fort Churchill Presumption Sasntu All Aglow Thnrii Itlooin Pally Mncore Hope Tokalon Manh Phintcrcde Timothy J llogan lloganAssign Assign Helen Atkiu Iina Frank Misoricordc Panhandler Vhite Crown Horace Lerch Polar Cub Ambassador III Pretty Haby Khymcr Crystal Day AV Vard Allah Hianca Lcoma Parable Trophy AVoodlhrush Zoic Apple lack Kl Coronet Marse John Prince Direct Mill Star Paby Incinerator Jack llealey Leg ley Litbolick Spugs AY ill Soon Assumption Cliilliiui Fairly Fig Smoke Legal Ned Milcybright Hagdadinc Delancoy Col Taylor Col Harrison Fi kle Fancy lies a Hear Uailhinl Snow Queen Superior Poacher Sea Prince Al Hudson Cuide Post Kilkenny Mineral Norfolk Hello Orleans dirl Perfect Lady Prince Easy Sherry Terrible Miss Top Itung First Counsel Iron Cross II Pcvelry James Hiirlingatne Cutaway Hamilton A Northern Hello OMallcy Premium Silver Sandals Sky Man Vic Munoz Hot Foot Koran Luiie May Manganese May Maulsby Punctual Tarascon Tranby Slippery Silver Coral Director James JamesDonatello Donatello Dritlield IM lie Tranter Ellison Knos Hello Pardncr Hiiniltrude Little Nearer Itoyalty Steve The G learner AVynnewood Hlnck Prince Duke of Shelby Dabylonian Gilder Lcnura P Miss Sweep drundy Daby Hoads Uon Otis Dionifd Dorothy Frank Keogh Ila ly Cora Jcau Curcy Curcyr r Horse HorseLady Lady Ivan Marty Lou Marys Magneto Uavensea Iuar Unwise Child AYhippoorwill Skeer Face Kin Worth Lack rose Ralph J5 Yonghee Hunice Cli Dick Henson Hatrack Lillian d Magic Mirror Kora Shasta Fountain Fay Hlanchc Donalton DonaltonHoinam Hoinam Old Eylers Plain Heather Top o th Morning Twenty Seven Huekhorn II Dick Williams King Tuscan Lady La linden Lamp Post Leoti Fay Lowell Major Fisk Peaceful Star Itouudcl Diversion Douglas Fairbanks Fortunes Favor Lady Jane Crey Little Pointer Mary Fitzhngh Native Soil Precious Jewel Kitburt L Owen Scotch Verdict drace Miss Procter Pill McCloy Col Lillanl Dnisilla Frank Ifurke Honest deorge Jack Dawson May Craig Ked Sentry Willie Woods Cafeteria Cork Daisy L Klga Exempted Fastep Fiction Half and Half Jose de Vales Meliora Perigoiirdine Koseate 1 Sayelh Shoddy Small Stone The Snob Kill Simmons Hops Kcrnan Mambi Mildred Miss La true M Ijueen daffney Stiletto Suregcf Acclamation Haecarat Chansonnctte II Clearing Ip Cuba Disturbance Earnest Kulah F Hainan High Tide Jutland Lama Laura Miller Perseus Uameau Ithadamcs San Marcus Spectacular dirl Sweet Alyssum Ueymonth Girl Hulger Marion Hollins Monomoy Prince Poncro Virgie Lee Sophie K StelclilT Pen Piitlcr Hrer Fox dohlcn King Mud Sill Naomi Walton Orestes The meteoric rise to fame of the young appren ¬ tice rider J Carmody was one of the outstanding features of the meeting Carmody easily outdis ¬ tanced all his rivals for the saddle honors riding ninetyfive winners and finishing up the season with the high average of 25 T Murray was second in the list with fiftythree winners while F Chiavctta W Crump and A Pickciis wen others who figured prominently The following are the records of the leading riders ridersJockeys Jockeys Mis 1st 2d ad Flip PO POCarmody Carmody J S84 S15 tU til 104 25 25Murray Murray T 250 V 7 tl 127 21 21Chiavctta Chiavctta F 228 l 1C 30 US 15 15Crump Crump W 11 I 24 IKl IS ISPickens Pickens A 144 2 2 22 5S 22 22Kedcris Kedcris J 155 20 20 25 84 17 17darner darner II li2 20 IS 1 Mcrimee F 1 07 IJariHK K Mil 21 U 21 70 14 14IJliiwn IJliiwn AV 17 21 20 24 10S 12 12Mountain Mountain M Hi Il 22 24 SIS 12 12Collins Collins A ISO PI 20 27 120 10 10Jarrell Jarrell AV Kit IS 11 Il 11O 11 11LiiV LiiV F 121 17 111 11 11Atkinson Atkinson E 207 17 10 Fletcher J lot 17 12 It titi 11 11Fator Fator E 122 If 14 IS 74 115 115AVilson AVilson F lUi 15 1 11 71 1 1Trvon Trvon A I1 W 22 PI 101 Oil OilHunt Hunt F Hit 13 Ki It 10 10Archambault Archambault d 100 12 Ki 5 f7 12 12Howard Howard C I I 11 1 10 51 12 12dargau dargau AY 7l 11 12 11 45 14 14Mangan Mangan d H H 1 r2 12 12Mclntyre Mclntyre J 1 McCrann It S Kcppleman H 00 S 10 8 l la laCorey Corey d S S 0 10 liliis t2 Oi is is 77 Woods L Fiulev A Weiner F FDominick Dominick J Long P PConnors Connors J Morrissev AV Huffier J Inn es AV AVCrooks Crooks AV Penalycr A Pall It Hauer J Hileman K Smith T TConway Conway J White C pel C Miller C 0 11 11 Maderia P 3 jr 05 Krcger A 4 ia Linnns U 3 7 OR Dawsoii J Martin C DeMayo K 1 10 OS darrigan O 1 18 01 01a oy t II IIPetz a 12 00 00i Petz 7 d i t 12 HiiyV Senor K Jr 0 111 111o Tredin N o n 21 The following finished second or third with one or more of their mountt but did not ride a winner winnerJotkcv Jotkcv Mrs d adUnp adUnpJlillur Jlillur 0 II v8 OO Jockey Mts d 3 1Uii 1UiiAnderson Anderson M ll 1 4 15 15Hirst Hirst C I1 ° Koerner T 1 1AVarson AVarson C i iCollins Collins N i iAVinglicld AVinglicld IS 10 1 1Malberty Malberty Lieut F 1 1 1Franklin Franklin D 4 r 1 O darner L 5 0 1 4 4Artega Artega Lieut M A 1 0 1 0 0Peterson Peterson It 10 0 1 0 The following were unplaced with all their mounts mountsJockey Jockey Mts Jockey Mts MtsArocha Arocha Capt L It I AVard 0 1 1Panzan Panzan Lt It 7 1 Cruise J 3 Cespades Lt A ACummins 1 AVolfe AV Cummins K 1 darcia A Junco Lt C F 1 Ha Her 1 Itaiisch J l Schlessinger M Sardinas Lt 11 1 Kay Spence carried off the training honors sad ¬ dling fortynine winners the following being a list of the trainers who sent one or more winners to the post Trainer TrainerSiience Trainer AVii AViiAllen Siience 1C Allen J S Carter AV A Hoggess J C Sims AV Hrant C F Williams P J Hnrdetlo J F Moore C K Crist 11 K Fitzgerald K L Ilamel A AVeant AV C OHrion T Millin J D Itidge t M IJrown AV Van Winkle O K draham 1C K Wallace K S Holtman J J Allen d K Shields M M Check T Daly W J Cunningham AV 1 rmensetter J Davidson A IS Allen K P Kisemau O Davis II K dass J dlass i dolden J Naylor J AV Kearns F J Plant 11 AV Koerner C Polk S Laughlin L Haldwin J S Lillanl A L lirowu L McCollum F McDaniel AV Mitchell A M Albright K J Moody N 1C Hooker II Moore J AV McSweeney P Keed C Acey I Iticc H U Hrosius C K Smith H C Hrown T J Stowe J M Foster O L Strife J T Tempest A Suggs AV K Armstrong J Warwick 5 Kennedv II J JLinnell AVrispen F Linnell K Hloom L OLeary L F Hredin N Itowe C II Clerico J Poiighsmaii F Cousins K dargan W Daly V C Ireland J T Davis F OMeara K P Everest J Porteric A Farris U J Shields II Forman II C Smith C 1 drogan i Carter It I Harris J T Crawford W A ACrist Harrison A D Crist L Hickman AV Dayton A F Iliggiiibotlmm AV Fountain D S SHak Hughes AV J Hak F J Kurt J d Hammond D Murray C K Hope J Myatt C K Schwartz AV II Pangle J AV AVorley A 1 Itaymond AV Haxter L II Itector F Cooper J M Iteyiiidds C Dugan AV J Scott AV K Hatchett W L LIlerron Short K H Ilerron II St Clair C K Kearney D Stire P Niehaus A C Tuggle O Sherman d P Valentine A L Spraguu C II AVestmorelaml W C Woods II d The following stakes were dcidd Stake Date Winner Value ValueChristmas Christmas Handicap December 115 Cromwoll lir0 New Years Handicap Jannarv 1 AValnut AValnutHall Hall IIKIO IIKIOAntilles Antilles Selling Stakes January 11 Money I two Caribbean Selling Stakes January IS Herlin 1 70 Morro Castle Handicap January li Itight ItightAngle Angle 11070 11070Havana Havana Handicap February 1 Dr Itae 1770 1770Marianao Marianao Claiming Handicap February S SMile Mile Dazic j lsiHl lsiHlPresident President Menocal Handicap February 15 15Cromwell Cromwell 7U 7UIndependence Independence Handicap Febrnarv 111 AValnnt AValnntnail nail yonu yonuCubaAmerican CubaAmerican Handicap February I Mess MessKit Kit 1KSO 1KSOCuba Cuba Juvenile Stakes March 7 dencral Agra Agrainonte inonte lllO lllOdraiil draiil National Handicap March 11 Plue AY rack 10750 10750Cuban Cuban Derby March S Ilerron 10075 The percentage of winning favorites was normal as shown in the subjoined tabulation Nun her of days AVii ii g first choices choicesAVii AVii ii g second choices choicesAVii AVii ii g outsiders outsidersAVii AVii ii g at oddsoii oddsoiiDefa Defa d at oddson oddsonPtTcei PtTcei tage of whining choices Mite a few changes were made in the track records and they are now as follows Dist Horse AWt Date DateJan 14 Dr Hall 2 112 112Aziirita Jan 24 1919 Aziirita 2 111 111tS Jan 2J 1UPJ tS II Daughter 1 1t Jan 21 liilf 12 Azurita 2 115 115Plain Feb 23 1919 Plain Dill 2 101 101DS March 25 1919 DS F Churchill 100 Jan 10 1920 5 12 f T Ii IIarrelI5 102 102Sirocco Jan 21 1917 Sirocco 4 112 March 2 1019 34 High Gear 102 Jan S JSI20 Money 101 Jan 11 1920 Itight Angle5 IK Jan 25 1920 78 Pierrot 5 100 100AVcnonah Jan 13 1917 AVcnonah 4 10G Jan li 1917 1 James Ji 105 105Im20y March 23 1919 Im20y Sen James S 103 Feb 15 1918 ImrOy J J MurdnckS 117 March U 1918 Im70y dolden date3 102 Dec 14 Illt 1 110 Xulnland 3 92 92I Fob a 191S I 18 Huford 105 Jan IS 1920 1920Jan 1 310 AValnut HallO 105 Jan 1 1920 1 11 J W Klein 7 101 Jan 11 1920 Francis Nelson At Bowie: Canadian Official to Be Steward at Prince George Park.; Stables Arriving from the South--Plenty of Racing Material Ready for Opening Day. FRANCIS NELSON AT BOWIE Canadian Official to Be Steward at Prince George Park Stables Arriving from the South Plenty of Racing Material MaterialReady Ready for Opening Day PALTIMOIIE jr March 30 Francis Nelson of Toronto chief steward of tin Canadian looker CIuli at the AVoodbino Itliu Honnots Windsor Hamilton Fort Erie and Connaught Park course will serve in the stewards stand at Howie during tin spring session of the Southern Maryland Agri ¬ cultural Association which will begin next Thursday and run thirteen racing days Mr Nelson will take the place this spring of William P Spiirgeon managing editor of the Washington Post who must remain away for business reasons The other stewards will he Carter Hall and K C Smith the last named being the nfficiil the Jockey Clnh has appointed for the meeting The judges of the finish will lie Joseph A Murphy George T Miller and John 1 Inward Anderson Joseph Mol cnnau will serve as clerk of the course and scales and Herman Conkliug and Ernest Hall as iiatrol and paddock judges Kilward Tribe will do the starting startingThere There will lie plenty horses available for the first weeks racing the majority of the winters cam ¬ paigners here from Havana and New Orleans being in condition to face the starter In addition then are many which wintered at Hcmting and hereabouts that are now in forward condition and art working inie satisfactorilyr1 satisfactorilyr1William William Carroll ha arrived at Itcnnin track from Yew Orleans with the stable of Adolph Spreok els of San Diego California There are nine home ¬ bred twoyearolds in the Spreckols string They are sons and daughters of Unnnymcde and Voorheos VoorheosW W V Casey has moved his stable which con ¬ sists of the platers American Hoy John I Day and Iright Hold and a couple of twoyearolds from the Gentlemens Driving Park to Howie These horses are ready readyArrivals Arrivals at Howie from New Orleans during the last few days tre Eugene Lutz with the platers Lady Ward Propaganda Miss Sterling etc P C Punbnry with Grumpy and Unfits Hiley J I Solomon with Who Cares Lively and three or four others and James Kohcitson with On High Valerie West and three or four others Grumpy a veteran of many seasons and Unfits IJilej are the property of C J Hrockmiller of Ixuisville Lively seems to be the best horse of tin Solomon string stringJ J II Stotler will not tak the stable of G W C Hissell from the Driving Park to Howie this spring His horsis will not be ready for racing ahead of tho Havre de Grace meeting Racing Colony At Hot Springs: Albert Simons Out and About Again--Monfort Jones' Derby Pair in Fine Condition. RACING COLONY AT HOT SPRINGS Albert Simons Out and About Again Monfort Jones Derby Pair in Fine Condition HOT SPKINCS Ark March 0 Trainer Albert Simons who trains a division of Harry Payne Whit ¬ neys horses brought to the Spa in a serious condi ¬ tion is no anil about again When the successful trainer was brought here from New Orleans in an unconscious condition it was thought that he would not recover Careful medical attention has brought Simons around and attending physicians said today that he would surely recover Simons is out walk ¬ ing the mountains daily He expects to regain his former strength and will probably go to Kentucky for the Derby and assist James Uowe with the AVhitney horses horsesAmong Among the horses that have wintered here since Thanksgiving is the stable of Montfort Jones the Oklahoma oil magnate His stable is in charge of Snapper Harrison the former wellknown jockey Garrison has his Derby candidates Konleail and Hrookholt in excellent condition They have had the benefit of an open winter and if condition will win the Kentucky Derby no two fitter can ¬ didates will be sent Jo the post Koiilmu is the wellknown colt by Tracery Itoyal Coinage for which John E Madden naid 12500 as a yearling at the Holmont sale saleExSenator ExSenator J N Camden chairman of the Ken ¬ tucky State Uacing Commission is at the Arlington Hotel anil taking a full course iJf baths bathsDavid David Jideon called by friends the grand old man of the turf is out every day hiking over the mountains Mr Gideon who is 75 years old has the reputation of having won more Futurities under the name of Gideon Daly than any other turfman in the country He will go to Louisville to witness the Kentucky Derby DerbyJohn John W Schorr the wellknown Memphis turf ¬ man who at one time owned Cudgel Harry Kelly Ed Crump James W Clark and other prominent thoroughbreds is paying his annual visit to the Springs Pop as he is affectionately called by his friends says that he has the finest twoyearold prospect that he has owned in many years Mr Schorr will leave here in a few days for Lexington whore he will start these twoyearolds in races racesJockey Jockey Lawrence Lyke who has boon here for three weeks will leave next week for Kentucky where lie will report to his contract employer E U Hradley HradleyTheodore Theodore Cook who formerly was interested in the stable owned by the late Amos Ttirney is also among the visitors hero Mr Cook is now associated with William Martin in an extensive stable which will campaign this summer in the cast Rumor Of Belmont Yearling Sales RUMOR OF BELMONT YEARLING SALES LEXINGTON Ky March 30 There is an un ¬ confirmed rumor afloat here to the effect that Major August Holniont has sold r is about to sell the entire crop of Nursery Stt d yearlings of which there are twentythree to James AV MoCIelland Mrs Edward Kane i lanagor of the Nursery Stud said she had receive I no advices to that effect Mr McCIolIand is ii the eastiuul could not be 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mill Wednesday followed by unsettled in north portion by AVcdnesday night moderate temperature Mis ¬ souri Faiir tonight mid AVednesdiiy probably be ¬ coming unsettled in north portion by AVednesdaiy night warmer in west portion tonight Generail F Fir ir ast The northwestern low will move south ¬ eastward across the northern frontier states to the upper hike region accompanied by some prccipitai tioli with strong shifting winds but the weather from Illinois westward to the eaisteru slope of the Bockies will probably continue fair until Wednes ¬ day afternoon or night with mild temperature temperatureAroused Aroused by complaints from commercial organiza ¬ tions of southern states of immense losses by planters and shippers the Department of Labor iair intervened in the longshoremens strike at New York which has f n lays parailyed coastwise shipping from Malm to Texas It wais ainnoiinced that representatives of the Internitiomil Longshore ¬ mens Union and their employers will meet in Wash ¬ ington on Friday morning to settle their differences under the direction of the department departmentidoll idoll wealthy young Philadelphia draft evader who for nearly two years played ai gaime of Jiidc si ml seek with government agents during the wsir has been found guilty of desertion by st military colirtniairlial aind sentenced to five yfirs in prison In aiddition to the sentence Berg doll wsis dtshonoraibly discharged from the army armyChicaigo Chicaigo is well on the way to the 4000000 mark if the constitutional convention decides lo consolidate the two governments namely the city aind Cook Coiinly as the latest official census for Cook County outside f Chicago is 317lll which added 7 brings up Cook Countys totail An atpiiropriation of SlidOOOOOO for the aviation forces oC the army fcr the coming fiscal year wais aisked yeslerdaay by Major Generail Menoher director of I he air service sippearing before tin House military affairs committee lie stated that 13 000000 is necessary f r training aind operation operationCharges Charges of nnfitness aigainst the five Socialist members of be New York Static assembly have been sustained by n majority of the assembly Juiliciairy cmnmittcc in i HOiMIOword report submitted to the legisleilure yesterday It says their seats should In declared vaicaint vaicaintSixteen Sixteen persons were injured four of them seriously when at passenger traliu on the Buffailo Kochestcr sind Pittsburgh railroad wais derailed ait Savan Pa yesterday morning The engine two baggaige cars aind two coaches left the tratck tratckThe The death toll of Sundays tornadoes which ripped paths of destruction through sections of eight states stood yesterdaiy ait 15S with fears expressed thait reports from isolated regions and deaths aimong the injured would increatse the totail totailKatrly Katrly dispatches of Tuesday from Copenhagen say crowds filled the public sijuares throughout the city demanding the cstaiblishmcnt of at Daiuish republic aind aill streets leauliitg to the royal palace were held by the police policePoland Poland will caill upon the league of nations for sillied rcinforcements it wais said at the Polish legation ait AAsishington yesterday if bolshevik armies threaten o break the Polish eaistern lines of defense j jCaiptain Caiptain Gatbriele dAiinunzio aiitd his followers are denounced in am aippeail by the Socialists of Finnic to Iht workmen of the entire world which is published in the Avamti Socialist orgain orgainThe The latest of AVatll streets numerous bond rob ¬ beries occurred lute Monday when Harriman Co notified the police that at messenger haul disaippeatred with securities valued ait JfllSOOO JfllSOOOSmyrna Smyrna aind the hinterland ailong thait section of the Turkish coaist have been si warded to Greece by the council of ambassadors according to the French newspaper Mattin MattinFormer Former Premier Clemenceati of France is spend ¬ ing holy week la Palestine plainning to be in Jerusalem on Good Friday FridayPope Pope Benedict will deliver in Maty si pronounce ¬ ment on the Irish iucstion in its political and re ¬ ligious aspects Belmont Park Steeplechase Entries DELMONT PARK STEEPLECHASE ENTRIES Compared with last year there wais at slight fall ¬ ing tilt in the number of entries iu the recently closed Belmont Pair steeplechase staike rsiccs After nil it is the number of horses statrting instead of the number entered that engages and saitislies pub ¬ lic interest It is unite probable here will hi no failling off in that essential feature Such names as those of Duettiste Doublet Skibbereen AVarlock Town Hall Lytle rugliotise Koyal Arch Square Dealer KlysiaiiK Decisive Mohican Aailspur AVeld ship KwOnshee Boi Craiig Barklie Houdini Sweep ment Lllffare and others seem sufficient to aisstire cxeitiiig sport for the aidmircrs of jumping raices The comparative riitri s aire For tho Spring Mcctintj McctintjStake Stake and Distance 1JIO 1jlo 1jloGrand Grand National Steeplechase about 3 3miles miles Intcrnationsil Stenplechaso about 1 1miles miles 37 lt ltNew New York Steeplechase about 2 miles 3C 30 30Meaidow Meaidow Brook Steeplechaise aibout miles Tor the Autumn Meeting Brook Ilandicaip Steeplechase aibutit aibutito o miles Totals 1 0 145 Eastern Trainers Take Up Horses: Thoroughbreds Begin Work at Belmont Park and Gravesend--Purchase a Picture Horse. EASTERN TRAINERS TAKE UP HORSES HORSESThoroughbreds Thoroughbreds Begin Work at Belmont Park and Gravesend Purchase a Picture Horse NiAV YOUK March 30 Trainers are getting busy at both Belmont Park aiud Graiveseud Kvery body is out eairly aind every horse ait Belinout Parl looks reatdy for tratiuing Some of the trainers aire working their horses for threeeighths aind by next week the maijoity will bo working hatlf miles As usual S C Hildreths horses are not only big but muscular aintl strong No traiiiler stairts spring traiining with a better baind of wellkept horses thain does Hildreth He appears to have the knack of keeping flesh on his horses but the sidded poundage looks more like muscle thain fsit A Hildreth horse cam be picked out from most ainy of the others Tin only one in his striit thsit lias not thrived with winter keep is Aailor He looks about the same is when he retired all others aire pictures Purchase hats every carmairk of ai raice horse sind Corn Tsissel bais built up wonderfully Thunderclap is in fine condition aind so is that compact little Krewer Begal Lodge caivorts aiboiit like ai young ¬ ster and is going sound Kvery horse is reaidy for the trainiii test testAVilliam AVilliam Karrick is busy with his string belong ¬ ing to W U Coe and the Oneek Stable He has a big string stud while like every other trainer lie is ai bit late owing to the severe winter he will have plenty ready for the opening on the locail tracks aiid maiy have some fit for Pimllco if their owners decide to open the KCSISOII ait that point pointA A horse that is attracting a lot of attention aimoiig horsemen is the colt Neddaim which is ill the hands of AVilliam Booth along with a string of aibmit ten which will rsiee in the naint of the IJed stone Stable Neddam has probably developed to ai matrkcd degree and if looks aire sin indication will be quite ai colt this ycair ycairPraicticailly Praicticailly alii of the horses in the Booth stable sire the property of Arnold Bothstein who has decided to enter the field for turf honors At present there are four threeyeatrolds Neddaim Glaidiaitor Georgie aind AVhisk and eight twoyear olds one of which gives promise of being much better than the aiveraige tlmuuh all are at good band and being well prepared Tuesday Work-Outs At Bowie Track TUESDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 235 POAVIK Aid Maich 30 The Prince Geg ark was in excellent condition for training I his orniiig and with MimmcrUkc weather prevailing the com was rcci Ld the following being the best work outs Three Eighths Mile 133Arrowhoad 41 131Kiraih Itoli Allen 40 40lHiBne J33 Lloyd G lHiBne Thistle 41 41i i Coombs as asl31Chas S l3Mystic Folly FollyII l31Chas Francis 41 41Deckhand II Ill Queen Blonde Deckhand 41 111 liiSir Mortimer MortimerHalf Half Mile 151 Challenge 51 lllOii lllOiiIaiK lll0mer K IaiK Carusi 51 lJl1li lJl1lil33Grccn 131Plurcen l33Grccn Mint VJ l5tIli l5tIlilJSlIeroisme i5tIliiribns lJSlIeroisme 50 133Pai 133Pail3Oniionda l53PaiTish l3Oniionda Mr 117S Stalwart 1310 Little Ami 5C 1133Tni FiveEighths Mile JaiAlma P 1 1 1Annailielli Annailielli li f l33AImi Domainl07f lMIh lMIhlaiI5olsler laiI5olsler 101 lilPei lilPeiIaiPallast IilPeerless One 01 01I IaiPallast 1 o5 o5IaiBrookland I 134Pei 134PeiIaiBrookland Penelope IaiBrookland llli lli llilrllr See Seela Ol Olll3Th lrllr Hall 04 04l31Diadi ll3Th stledon 04 l31Diadi i iLaiHndas 11SAV1 1 Bedotte OC LaiHndas Pro OS OS132Huroii 13 AVar Mask 105 132Huroii II 104 04 Ya Yaphank hank 111 111IftMIuzzals 111l31Yo IftMIuzzals 1OS l31Yo Need 101 101L31King 101l30Xoi L31King Herod 103 f l30Xoi 30Xonavo ive 105 105ThreeQuarters ThreeQuarters Mile MileL33Alex L33Alex Getz 1 10 l3JAIumbo Jumlxil lS i iL31Bonstelle L31Bonstelle 1110 llKagiiarok lll Betsy 110 53SiinuoId 53SiinuoIdIaaSatana 1 10 IaaSatana Don Thrush ll l31Ultra Gold 11 11L L 54 Free Mantle li l31Aeteran 111 1113Jiiiiiiita 3Jiiiiiiita III11S 23HAalerit AVostl17S 1 ft King Ncptunel 10 134AVho Cares lll lllLlAIanocvre LlAIanocvre 1 IN INSevenEighths SevenEighths Mile 31 Bondage 130 I 131Crystal Fordl301i 31 Cobalt Lass 131 Ono Mile 3lArbilralor 1 34 Gain de Causel 47 Antoinette 15 15il ll Indolence 151 il Belle Huberts 1411 111 John 1 Day 151 151l34Le l34Le Plcllet 147 147liaaNcbraska liaaNcbraska 14S 14Sl31S l31S ph Gatcwdl liTiger Hose 155 l33AAand 150 Nineteen Foals At Nevada Farm NINETEEN FOALS AT NEVADA FARM CAN FKANC1SCO Cal March 31 Nineteen foals the majority colls have come so far this year at George Wiugfields Nevada Stock Farm the first appealin in the latter parl of January Kleveii more are expected in the next few weeks All of he fourteen colts and five fillies are of tin sturdiest type Some of the fillies will be given but little racing when they reach rving age as Mr Wingfield plans to use them as brood mares probably retiring them toward the close of their threeyearold season seasonAmong Among the foals is a fine bay colt by Atheling Celesta a brother t a yearling filly that was wintered at the Fair Grounds Sacramento along with seventeen other yearlings Celesta by Sem pronius Kezia is one of the most highly regarded of the brood mares at Mr AVingfields large stud establishment She won ai number of stakes iu her fiicing days and is the holder of the American rec ¬ ord for a mile aind a sixteenth 141 made att Syracuse N Y September 3 1114 1114There There is a fine filly foal from tli King Kric mare Anna May which is ai half sister to the two yearold Annai AVood Other foals include a colt from Schwalbe the well remembered daughter of Satin Gratitude by Hyder AH which won thirty one races including staiUes for the late Barney Schreiber who bred her Then there are colts from the Dick Welles mare Scarlet Oalks the Peep oDay mare Ida the AVoolsthorpc mare Lady Aerai the Stair Shoot mare Iidy Trinity and the Sain mare GeheimtHss GeheimtHssAtheling Atheling is sire of most of the foails with Honey wood Dick AAelles Ballot and Sweep represented among the others Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF TURFThere There sire fiftythree horses in Commander J K L Boss stable ait Laurel LaurelCarlton Carlton G will make ai season in the stud at the Powers Fairm near Bed Bank X J JThe The string f B I Miller is expected at Havre Havrethis this week Millers horses wintered sit Gnivesend GnivesendJ J K Griffiths chaimpioti steeplechaser The TheBrook Brook is saiid to be looking exceptioimlly well and andreaidy reaidy for training trainingJockey Jockey C Kirschbaum who has been riding at Tijiistnai is reported on his way eaist to join the stable of M Murphy ait Bowie Frank AVeir will ship Old Bosebud Ilendrie War Machine sind other horses in his string at Havre de Grace the latter pairt of this week weekSikhim Sikhim ai twoyeatrold by Aoorhees Kgeriil in A B Sprcckcls stable at Benuing is reported in a bad way following am attatck of fever Annabelle made the workwaitchers sit up and notice when she worked fiveeighths in 10373 ait Bowie yesterdaiy going the hailf in 4S1 4S1There There aire quite ai few horses on the sick list sit Poivie the majority suffering from cair fever con trateteil hi shipment from winter facing grounds groundsMainister Mainister Toi Flying Orb and Tapageur which were turned out all winter at Dr Shults farm at Bed Bank N J will l o shipped to Taniaiica eairly in April AprilBondage Bondage is In prime condition for Bowie racing Yesterday sit Prince George Pairk he worked seveit eighuis of ai liiile In 130 goliig he iuarler in 1J lialf in injf threeiiuartcrs in 115 and was cabud up the lust eighth Stars In The Kentucky Handicap: One Hundred of the Best Horses in the United States Named for the Race. STARS IN THE KENTUCKY HANDICAI Ono Hundred of tile Best Horses in the Unitci States Named for the Race Althiiugh deposed by the Independence llaudiea at Latouia from its proud eminence of being tin richest handicap of the American turf the Kentuck Handicap with its SlOOOO added money is stii regarded with covetous solicitude by owners it nomination list of 100 of the best horses of th United States affording convincing evidence Dis Mission of the prospects of a handicap prior to th publication of the weights is somewhat futile but it is worth while to point out that nmoiij the horses more than three years old are such a Sir Itarton Billy Kelly Purchase 1ictor Sway Sunny Slope Mad Hatter LlSrraiit Kegalo f Frank Thunderclap Com Tassel Kxtermiiiator Kifle Star Master AVar Ieuiiaut Koyce Kools The 1oiter Midway Oinond John O Itoniface Audacious Minto II Dodge and Linden in them selves Is sufficient to maker a great race Then adi such three vearolds as Damask Leviathan Join F Grier Upset Mazes Angon AVestwood Itoir lean n Watch Dounacona High Command Mickey Moore Miss Jemima 1rinee Pal and Mes Kit among others and it can be seen without diffi culty that a still greater race is in the future Here is the splendid entry list of this star race raceIt It II Andersons 1 e Augon 15 by Assagai Hortensia HortensiaK K L ISaker Cos ch h King Goriu 7 b Transvaal Kthel Simpson SimpsonAVilliam AVilliam liooths b c Gladiator a by Supermai Lotowauiia LotowauiiaK K K Unidlcys b c ly Golly by Helmet Acutissima Acutissima1C 1C K Itradleys br e Best Pal a by llelme I 1adnla 1adnlaI J Itraiiuoiis ell g Kingfisher i by Se King Ida I 15 J Brandons b h Drastic by Hastings Dragnet DragnetC C AV Clarks I g Pictor 4 by Picton AVhit Veil VeilC C W Clarks b g Sway 4 by Aulcain Uubi Bight BightC C AV Clarks b e Cobweb 4 by Sweep Clnny C W Clarks b c Kseovar 4 by Sweep Aalerense AalerenseTheo Theo Cooks b h Jack Stuart by Aalens Sweet Sauce SauceMrs Mrs M Da tners b g Plenty 4 by St Aiiiant Hearts Desire DesirePat Pat Dunnes ch g Ceriuus 4 by Transvaal Ceriua CeriuaJ J 15 Kllwells Ieach Stable ch h Sunn Slope 5 In Astronomer Neva AV AVJ J 15 Kllwells ISeach Stable b h LKrrant 5 by Mi rllii Gaya GayaC C M Garrisons b g lie Frank 4 by Sir Join Johnson Frankness FranknessGallaher Gallaher Bros b f Ucgalo 4 by Sweep Lulv Stratliniore StratlinioreFrank Frank Gerings Jr b c Paigneur 4 by Sar danapale Itain de Mer MerAI AI Gcddbatt ch g Atta Boy II by Itabe lais Tanya TanyaGregory Gregory Brutes b g Aerboten 4 by Banuock liuru Signorina SignorinaAV AV K Harringtons Florlsant Stable br c AVestwood a by iloneywood Uoselawn UoselawnJ J S Hawkins i Cos ch Stockwell 4 by Ballot Janice JaniceJ J S Hawkins Cos blk f Delieo 4 by Celt Dainty Dame DameT T P Hayes ch g Lothair 4 by Bourbon Peau The Fashion FashionH H P Headleys ch h Duke of Savoy 5 by Fnclt Lady Savoy SavoyG G M Hendries b g Claymore 3 by Assagai Ogalala OgalalaT T F Henrys ch c The Swimmer a by Ivan the Tcrribli Anna May MayH H H Hewitts ch c Ginger 4 by Coy Lad Luekv Wave WaveS S C Hildreths br g Corn Tassel i by Santoi S 1nfieldS 1nfield C Hildreths br c Mad Hatter 4 by Fair Play Madeap MadeapS S C Hildreths blk g Thunderclap 4 by Yul eain Bandana BandanaS S C Hildrcths ch e Inrcliise 4 by Ormondale J CherryolaJ Cherryola T Irelands br g Dark Hill 4 by Fowling piece Pitch Dark DarkMrs Mrs AV M Jeffords b h Claiiuer 5 by Plaudit Olga Nethersole NethersoleWalter Walter M Jeffords eh c Boutledge 4 by Tod liugton Understudy UnderstudyLawrence Lawrence Jones b c Kinglike 5 by Hippodrome Seanblight SeanblightMonfort Monfort JMies b e Boiilcau o by Tracery Koyal Coinage CoinageAlonford Alonford Jones br f Kthel Gray by Hessian Sweet Marjoram MarjoramFrank Frank J Kelleys br e Pastoiireati by Flint Kock Prickly Pear PearFrank Frank J Kelleys b e Frank AV a by Marathon Maid of Fortune FortuneFrank Frank J Kelleys b f Drumfire by Vulcaiii eliisi ui uiAVillis AVillis Sharpe Kilmers ch g Kxtenninator i iy Mree Fair Kmpress Knelielkamp Glenns ch m Precious i by allot Graziola GraziolaLester Lester Hendersons ch h Bifle by Uncle liiir de Marie MarieGeorge George J Longs b c Wickford 4 by Free Lance G OnadercG Onaderc AV Lofts b c Donnacoua a by 1rince 1ala inc Kildonaii KildonaiiG G W Lofts b c On AVatch by Colin Bnbia nindi nindiA A K Ma ombers ch h Star Master Ii by Star Shoot The Lady in Blue BlueA A K Maeomliers b g Koyce Uools by Sal fa tion Saintolat SaintolatJ J AV MeClellands br g Kast India by Delhi Killiecrankie J AV MeClellands ch g Bichelieii by Celt Network NetworkThomas Thomas C McDowells ch c High Command a iy The Manager KllenaDale KllenaDaleK K 15 McLeans b h The Porter 5 by Sweep allet Girl GirlK K 15 McLeans b f Siren Maid a by Sea King MasqueradeJ Masquerade J MfPhersons ch h Wood rat p i by Trap Bock AVuodvineMarshall AVuodvine Marshall Bros b h Courtship G by Phoenix Jourtisane JourtisaneAVilliam AVilliam Martins br c Bridesman 4 by Lona ivaud Fleur dOrange dOrangeJohn John Middletons ch c Sams Boy a by Voter Light Opera OperaM M C Moores b g Honor Man 4 by The Man iger lima limaM M C Moores br g Mickey Moore a by Ben Trovato Africa AfricaICal ICal Parrs br c Blazes 3 by AV rack Blazing Star StarItal Ital Parrs br e Paul Jones a by Sea King May Florence FlorenceJ J AV Parrishs eh h Midway i by Ballot Thirtythird ThirtythirdAirs Airs O B Potts b e Bread Man a by Golden Maxim Kvelyn Doris DorisM M juinns eh e Omond 4 by Lomond Gates iiead iieadOtto Otto Bogers b c John O 4 by Sir John John on Countess AAanda AAandaJ J K L Boss ch c Sir Barton 4 by Star shoot Lady Sterling SterlingJ J K L Boss b h Boniface 5 by Transvaal Jerina 1 K L Boss br e AVar Pennant 4 by Jim jiffiiey Maltha MalthaJ J K L Uoss br g Billy Kelly 4 by Dick Welles Glelia GleliaJ J K L Boss ch h Foreground 5 by Fugle ¬ man Sketches SketchesC C K Kowes blk f Miss Jemima a by Black Tony Vaila VailaJohn John AV Schorrs ch e Luke Dillon 3 by Luke McLuke Frances Dillon DillonJohn John AV Schorrs Ii u Jim Hasting 3 by Luke McLuke AAinnecook M L A C Schwartzs b e Audacious 4 l y Sar Slmnt Bold liirl liirlMilo Milo Shields b h Lucky 15 by Jim Gufficy Viola B BSims Sims Olivers b e 1rinee Pail a by Prince alatine Wilful Maid II Fred St Johns g Green Tones fi by Handsel Florenl A V Thraves b g Minto II i by Suudridge Miss Bonald AA A Thraves br g AVair Spirit 4 by Aulcain AulcainThirty Thirty third AV A Jhraves br c Legal 4 by Hilarious Fernandez Toloiis Armonia Stable br c Mess Kit 3 by Tracery Moneta MonetaTreacy Treacy AValkers br in Dahabiah II 5 by Helmet Altiora AltioraJ J S Wards br Ii Dodge 7 by Jim Gaffney Flora AVilloughby AVilloughbyII II P Whitneys b e AVildair 1 by Broomstick VerdureH Verdure H P Whitneys ch c Leviathan 3 by AVhisk Broom II Greyhound GreyhoundII II P Whitneys b c Amaze 3 bv Broomstick Daisy F FII II P Whitneys ch c Upset 3 by Whisk Broom II Pankhiirst PankhiirstIT IT P AVhitneys ch c John 1 Grier a by AVIiisk BromnlL AVondcr 11 P AVhitueys br t Damask 3 by All Gold CrinolineII Crinoline II P AVhitneys ch f Cobwebs 3 by Broom ¬ stick Moruinsside MoruinssideII II P Whitneys b f Afernouu 3 by Prince Palatine Matinee MatineeII II P AYUiititfys b fi Acxatious 4 liy Peter Pan Conrary ConraryII II P AVhitneys eh g Dr Clark 3 by Broom stick Panasiiie PanasiiieWniiams Wniiams Bros b f Mysterious Girl 3 by Hilarious Darlfng DarlfngJ J lliil AAoodfords ch f Xuleika 4 by Xeil now Turkish Prince Ailie AA Youngs b e Linden 4 by Martinet Lady Kstiier 7 7W W J Voungs ch c Tap tain Mae 3 by The Manager Kuyai painty American Jockey Records For 1920. AMERICAN JOCKEY RECORDS FOR 1920 During the racing from January 1 120 up lo and including Mairch 1i 14S Jockeys were winners of one or more raices in the United States Mexico and Cuba The record of these Jockeys for the period named with their riding weights is embraced iu the following tabulation tabulationJockey POAmbrose Jockey Wt Mts 1st 2d 3d Unp PO Ambrose K lost lie 13 15 r ia 35 35Archambalilt Archambalilt G 5 48 SI lo 7 iS 11 11Atkinson Atkinson K Kii i03 17 11 31 13 OS OSBarnes Barnes U 105 141 ll 31 11 7i 14 14Haiuer Haiuer J HI 7 1 o 1 5 14 14ioyd ioyd ii lui 11 i o i 01 01Boyle Boyle S SIX JJ lo 10 14 05 10 10Bredin Bredin N 103 a 1 o o Itrown AA 101 135 Brvsou F IS linell C US 57 Burke If J 105 7 Burns K SIS 33 Butwoll 1 111 OC OC10S Ituxtoii M 10S 57 Camnody J 101 310 Carroll G A 101 S Carter It 110 id Chia vet ta F 103 157 Collins A 105 Ilil Coltilctti F Si 178 17810S Connelly 1 10S 147 Connors 1 111 11 Con way 1 100 14 Corey G 10 il Crump V 111 31 107 S Davis J lit 31 i iDitwson Ditwson 1 107 11 11Djminick 1C Djminick J 107 07 1 11Drever 11 1 a Drever J sui 35 c Diiggan C sis S 1S 1SDuggan ISO 1 Duggan J Ill 11 7 I Krickson II 101 0 1 Si SiFa a S Fa tor i KK si siFinley Finley A KM Fletcher J Fracii J ior Kargsm W 110 Gstrner II Ill llj lljGarner Garner M los 41 41Garrigaii Garrigaii C loi U lass J Hi Gross C 103 IK IKroth roth J in i iGuy Guy U sis ii iiHay Hay ward los 2 2Heiniseb 2i i Heiniseb A loi 51 51Heupel Heupel J loi I Illilemain llilemain K llo Ill IllHinpliy Hinpliy AV 105 71 71Homer Homer J Da Howard C lor i iHoward Howard J los i iHunt Hunt C in Hunt F i l lJarrell Jarrell AV ill ji Judge jiJudge J loi r rKederis Kederis J Ij5 ll llKelsay Kelsay W los il ilKennedy Kennedy B IC ri riKing King II 117 41 41Kirschbaum Kirschbaum C111 Il IlKopplomain Kopplomain 15 is j jLong Long P io r rLowe Lowe K loii ii iiLunsford Lunsford II lo 51 51Lux Lux F sis jVj jVjLyke Lyke L Ill 114 114Maderia Maderia P 110 1 1Maingan Maingan G 103 7l 7lMartinez Martinez P 107 141 141Matthews Matthews M 107 S SMcISride McISride J 105 IS ISMcCorkle McCorkle C loo lac lacMcCrann McCrann K 105 57 57McDermott McDermott K 107 1 McGowan K 110 Melntyre 1 Kill 11 11Melntyre 5 50 Melntyre AV 10S 5 5Meehan 41 11 11i Meehan AV lia lo loMcrimee i 10 Mcrimee F 100 lo loMetcatlf 70 11 Metcatlf J Ui v vMiller 15 11 Miller C lot n nMiller 11 14 Miller C II Ill Ill IllMoouey 10 05 05iai Moouey J i 17 iai os Morgan A 114 10 10Morris 10 Morris L los 70 70Morrisscy Morrisscy AV 107 110 110Morys Morys J loJ 45 45Mountiiin Mountiiin M lot los losMuleahy Muleahy J Hj Murphy F 10 ai aiAlnrray Alnrray T loii Isil IsilMyers Myers II lou 71 71Xohin Xohin T lot B BOlirien Olirien AV J115 7 7Obert Obert AA 105 11 11Ormes Ormes AV loi IS ISParringlon Parringlon T Ill a7 a7Pattlley Pattlley K 10S 45 45Pcgg Pcgg K KM INI INIPerry Perry liio 17 17Petz Petz J G IU 7 7Pickeiis Pickeiis A 105 105 105Pirce Pirce J 105 B Pinnegsir B Ill Si SiPool Pool K 107 51 51Bichcrcck Bichcrcck A I3 IS1 IS1Koberts Koberts J 3 III IIIKtibinson Ktibinson C 107 50 50ICodrigiiez ICodrigiiez J lot IliS IliSUomanelli Uomanelli B loo Ifyan K loa Hl HlSimpson Simpson K Ill 11 11Smailhvood Smailhvood J 10S 7 7Smith Smith L 100 il ilSmith Smith F 105 I7 I7Small Small B los is isSmith Smith S 105 li liSmith Smith T Ill 7 7Slaick Slaick G 100 170 170Stirling Stirling D 10 10 10Tatylor Tatylor K Siii 17 Ihurber II lo loIullett Iullett II 10S 10STurk Turk E Kill KillTroxler Troxler K Ill IllTryon Tryon A loi loiksirlcy ksirlcy V Ill IllWalls Walls G 110 110IVarreu IVarreu G 107 107Warrington Warrington AV114 AV114Ueiuer Ueiuer F Hi HiWhite White C Ki KiVhiUington VhiUington C10 C10kVidai kVidai S II1 II1Itlllianis Itlllianis J 10S 10SkVillis kVillis 0 107 107Wilson Wilson F 1C 1CWoods Woods L 5S 1C rtoods M Hi HiIVright 11 IO IVright AV 101 101bright bright AV AV100 AV100Luargiu Luargiu ilil ililteller teller J 10 Page 3 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Tuesday March 23 1920 Fortyninth day l lower ower California Jockey Club AViuter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Kose L AVing J AV Coffroth Starter Harry Morrissey Itacing Secretarv AY AV Finn FinnItacing Itacing starts at 200 p m Chicago time 400 400K K R9 First Kacc 34 Mile Doc 20 191G JUJA iiiz 3iio Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second C5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey J Straight 1045 Miss Krug 115 1 AV Mclntyre 150100 4045 HdK I AVin W 2 C Duggan Duggan4G54S MOlOO MOlOO4G548 4G548 Prevaricate 11 112 y yj C Thompson 2TJ010H 4 4050H 50S Col Norfonl 107 r llaywanl iyL0100 4 13H Lion 1 0 1 5 AV Ilinphy 3lH HilitK Hiflo PliooterllW J J3 AV Malitlers 7GONMI 7MKMIHi5l2 10512 Paradigm 117 7s II Jcffcott Jcffcott4fil 17SO100 17SO100JfillF 4fil JfillF Aiin S 110 S3 G Archamb WIOKCI 10521 Argentu 117 J3 S Hinith LMSfiOlOO 1 U4 Hazel Kllno 110 10 K Taylor 7KO100 2 mutuels paid Miss Krug j500 straight 2i0 2i0place place 5220 show Heads I AVin 340 place t40 t40show show Prevaricate 5i0 show Tinie HBVi 52r 120 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner C Dudleys ch m l by Joe Carey Chartreuse II by Cheviot trained by L Kuifoiig Kuifoiigbred bred by Mr Hartley Sehreiber Went to post at 200 Al post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily sucuiul and third thirddriving driving dfiifi Second Race 34 Milo Dec 20 1910 uuuuu in3iio purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Clniminir Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equlr Equlr Odds OddsInd Ind IJorse Wt Fin Jockey Strnlcht 4 S Lola 10l U C McCorkle 110100 1101004Glit 4Glit Oapilino 103 2U K Taylor ISiOlCxi 4 348 J C Cantrilt 110 3s AV Ilinphy 370100 4 520 Margrite AV lt 4 = U Archambt 1210100 40550 Thirst 10S 5 AY Mclntyro S101KO 40481 Doveridgo IOC U K Smith 60100 40435 Gordon 113 FellS Smith IGlO lpOJ 2 mutuels paid l la 420 straight 34U platrjl S240 show Capillno 9SO place 4 o sliow J 6i Cantrill f2t0 show r rTime Time 25 51 120 5 Track sloppy sloppyAVinuer AVinuer It II McCrossons br m 7 bv Sir Htiou Hinda by Tlie Hard trained by It II Mu Crosson bred by Mr deorge J Long AVcnt to pttstat 224 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Thirst 5 pounds dfi fid Tllir l Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191C nrutuja 593g7 jursc 400 3ycnr 3ycnrolds olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equlr Equlr Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Stralcht 10405 Plaything US 1 C LSuell MIO100 40540 Dandy Van 105 2i W Munders ISOIOO 405IOsS uash M 3 K Taylor loOlOO 4055 Miss HerrinnllO Ii AY Melutyre SailOt 40101 GuardMiian 112 J DiiKKaii IIWIOO IIWIOO4057Daisy 4057Daisy N US ti G Archambt lOiOlOO lOiOlOO4047S 4047S Dorel Hi FcllT Illicit 2ytUHX 2 mutuels paid Plaything S102SO straight SI110 place SSOO show Dandy Van SUiO place 520 show S iiash 200 show showTime Time 20 52i lQGf Track sloppy sloppyWinner Winner d Neats b f I by Dciitschland Itecreation by Morelhi trained by I Xcal liluil by Nevada Stock Farm Vcnt to post at 251 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Miss Herrmann pounds Dandy Aan 5 4 fi 5 fi 5 Fourth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb VWV z 1020 1135 6 122 Purse 400 4yearolds and upward Claiming Nett value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35E E iulT Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40525 Baby Sistrr 10G 1 = C Duggan 150103 4 553rs of IJlarneytlW 1 G Archambt 20100 40550 Puhiski 11 37 AV Manders SOO100 SOO100405I55 405I55 Mtana Dellc 1G 41 K Taylor 29f0100 40470 After Xight 111 5 AY Mclntyre 310100 40507 Supernal 100 Pup Y Ilinphy UIOICO 2 nnituels iaid Haby Sister 500 straight yjfcO place 240 show Hit of Hlarney 320 place S2 JO show Pnlaski S20 show Time 25 51 119 147 152 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner C H Dennisons br m 9 by lAird Ksterling Annie Lauretta by Kmperor trainedby C II Dcnnison bred by Mr AValtcr O Partner PartnerWent Went to post at 18 Off at once Start god and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Supernal 5 pounds yrUUUU fi fifi rifth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191C 111 3 110 Purse 400 3 ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second t 5 third S35 Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight 4050 Sarasoti 10 I1 G Archumbt SuO100 405515 Jake Argent 112 AV Varley 4053PlantageJiet 10J C Duggan 4055 ColRockghe 91 41 1 IJuell 4055Dehra 105 Ttl K Taylor 1420100 ICSSSDivlaml 112 C5 AV Ilinphy IOIOO 4 4 lUitld Arms 111 7 C Gross C70100 2 mntuels paid Sarasota SltlOO straight S50O jtlace 21 show Jake Argent 40 place aSO show Plantagenct 240 show m mTime Time 24 50 119 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner C 1 Irwins ch f 4 by Itapid Water Mettie Hireaud by Jean Hercaud trained by A Itick bred by Mr d W J Hisscll HisscllWent Went to post at J40 Off at once Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Jake Argent 4 pounds Sixth Race 5 12 Furlongs June 28 191G 105 3 118 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claimingi Net value to winner 3CQ second 05 third 35 35Etmlv Etmlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight Straight405S5Mannikin 405S5Mannikin 11105 Pi W llinpliy IJOIOI 40424 Chrisltolters IDS 2 C Uuoll tUL10l HnIMGreat Hawk y G Yeargin I MIXI 4058 Kio I 1 = llaywanl IMiXOHul 05 = K es AVing U5 5 Ii Taylor IICOIOO 40540 = l uly Harsn U5 C G Archambt SO10I 2 mutuels paid Mannikin II S104O straight 500 place S410 show Christie Holters 1521 place 540 show dreat Hawk s SO show Time 2G 52 1CC 113 Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner AV J McFces ch c by Fit Herbert or dretry Mananita by Meddler trained by J A Stimlec bred by Mr Clarence 11 Mackay MackayAVent AVent to post at 405 Off at once SJart good for all but Lady Harrigan AVon easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Mannikiu II 2 pounds Lady llar rigan 2 Decs AVing AR fiR Seventh Kacc 58 Mile Jan 8 191G iUJUO 592i397 pnrsc 400 3 year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Eiiiv Eiiiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AVt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4500K 4500K ScdKusrass 88 1 C IJuell 1GO100 1GO100405S 405S Yukon iO 25 G Archambt 10VtKXU 10VtKXU04K2sMiss 04K2sMiss Parnoll SS G Yeargin SSO10D 44180 Ierch lOfi 4 C Gross 1SC 1HO 40407 = Firenlaco 107 5 II Lowe U MX 10507 Lady HcsterlOO ti K Taylor 000100 2 mntuels paid Sedgegrass S520 straight tO place show Yukon siilO place 5tiO show Miss 1arnell s2 show showTime Time 25 51 l041i Track sloppy sloppyAVinner AVinner Carlton Wilsons b f by Olambala dcnesta by Hroomstick trained by It IS Wil ¬ son bred by Mr ISichanl T AVilson AVilsonWent Went to post at l 3 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Perch I pound Yukon 2 Fire ¬ place 5 Sedgegrass J5 Answers To Queries ANSWERS TO QUERIES S AV P Cincinnati O See reply to John D DJohn John D Chicago 111 and others elsewhere It turned out that it was Hlanche Donation siiul not Hlanchita which was entered and rail in race 45511 of Saturday March 27 at Havana It follows as a matter of course that all wafers of any kind on Hlanchita in that race were void from the start and the money was to be returned returnedAY AY A S New York N Y The Hanover mare Teas Over is one of the most distinguished matrons in the American Stud Hook Hut to say that she is the absolutely best would be going too far in a matter where various other mares would have their champions Not to go as far back as dallo pade Maria AAest Magnolia ami others of long ago it might be pointed out that Ij dy Sterlings two sons Sir Martin and Sir Harton won in this country S17023 with the certainty impend ¬ ing that Sir Parton will largely increase this sum if he remains sound and in good form The sum named is more than Ort AVells Dick AVellcs Dick Finuell Tea Caddy Security and Sandwich com ¬ bined placed to the credit of Teas Over The Reliable Wonderful Winning Susjiwy Susjiwyone one bet a day at the 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