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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, April 3, 1920 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 drf1920040301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, April 3, 1920 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  Damask Startles Turfmen: H. P. Whitney's Kentucky Derby Candidate in Sensational Work.; Goes Seven-eighths in 1:32 4-5 Over Muddy Track with About 130 Pounds in the Saddle. DAMASK STARTLES TURFMEN H P Whitneys Kentucky Derby Candidate in Sensational Work Goes Seveneighths in 132 45 45Over Over Muddy Track with About 130 Pounds in the Saddle LOUISVILLE Ky April 2 Damask Harry Pavne Whitneys Kentucky Derby candidate which is being trained by Mose Goldldatt fairly as ¬ tounded horsemen and work watchers at Churchill 1 owns thr morning when he indulged in a workout of seveneighths in l32 f over a track deep in mud and in the face of an unusually high wind It was by far the best work of any of the Derby prospects to date and the easy manner in which the colt ran in the sticky going made it all the more iiiros ivo ivoJockey Jockey E Ambrose was astride of Damask in his gallop Goldblatt gave him instructions to let the horse work seveneighths of a mile in the vicinity of 1HO After dismounting Ambrose said that he did not realize that the colt was running so fast and he was restraining him as best ho could Damask had on blinkers and Ambrose wore spurs The Jatter were used simply to keep the horse under control and one jab with them started him on his vya In the early months of this year Damask sienied to be a sluggish starter but now he lias overcome that habit and this morning he ran the first litlt milt of his workout in 50 seconds Ser vilor siiiother of the Whitney horses worked with him and his paccmnking was good for part of the way but Ambrose finally could not hold Damask back to him any longer longerVeteran Veteran horsemen who witnessed it said that the threeyearold could have gone a mile in 142 or close to that mark had Ambrose allowed him A heavy rain last night made the course worse than it has been in a long time but Damask skimmed over the track as though the soft going was made to order for him In his workout Damask wore heavy shoes without toes and carried easily 130 pounds Ambrose used a heavy training saddle and the rider himself is consideraldy alwve his natural riding weight weightTrainer Trainer Max Ilirsch had Donnacona and On Watch out He sent them a mile together in 159 Jockey Cliff Kohin on rode Donnacona while New ¬ ton Harrott was astride of On Watch The two horses were in the middle of the track all the way around and both were hard held It was Hirschs intention to give them a fairly brisk work but the fresh rain again caused him to alter his plans The two riders essayed to keep them n close together as possible and cither horse could have gone much faster On Watch did not dis ¬ play the inclination to loaf that marked his work several days ago agoTO TO TRY OUT PRINCE PAL TODAY TODAYPrince Prince Pal will in all probability be given a good work tomorrow as he was allowed to cover three eighths of a mile in this morning by trainer Will Wallace The hitter said that much depends upon the condition of the track as to how far or fast he will send him in his next exercise He Jias reached the stage in his training where he is almost ready to do anything asked of him himStarter Starter A U Dade was a visitor at Churchill Downs today having come from his home in Hen leTon Ky to confer with officials of the Ken lucky Jockey Club on matters connected with his position positionSchooling Schooling of the twoyearolds again hud to be postponed by assistant starter Will Snyder because of the heavy track trackUaciug Uaciug secretary William II Shelley is authority for the statement that E Alvarex owner of Ilerron which won the Cuban Derby last Sunday made jockey Harry Garner a present of 5000 for win ¬ ning the big race In addition to that lie said that Senor Alvarez signed Garner to a contract at a big figure for the remainder of 15120 to do his stable riding Mr Shelley will remain in Ixmisvilli for a few days and will get up the program book for the Ixxington meeting at his home here He spent this morning at Churchill Downs interview ¬ ing horsemen as to their plans for the Lexington meeting meetingMax Max Ilirscli will take six of the G W Loft horse to I xington including Dounacona and On Watch whieh will probably start in the Hlne Grass Stakes He said that he may run one or both of hem in a sprint there the fore part of the meet ¬ ing Hii ch will also take three horses belonging to the Ogden Stable to Lexington LexingtonW W L 1ewis supervisor of workouts for the Kentucky Jockey Club stopped off here today eu route to French Lick Springs Iiid where he will upend leu lays He is making the journey by auto ¬ mobile Iewis rciMirts that the thoroughbreds at J xington especially the Derby candidates are training well and beginning to show fust workouts workoutsFrank Frank McKonna was an arrival from bis honiu tn St Louis and will remain several days before jiroiveding to Lexington A letter was received today from F A Gaylor requesting twelve stalls at Churchill Downs He will shop from Hot Springs on next Monday MondayWhile While training his horses yesterday Miller Hen ¬ derson was kicked on the right leg by Looking Ill one of his fillies but luckily lie escaped witli a bruise The force of the fillys heels knocked him down Blazes In Health And Training Well BLAZES IN HEALTH ANDTRAINING WELL I IHere Here Is a line on Hlazes and his present condition from one of the leading trainers in America written from Baltimore Md last Wednesday WednesdayHlazes Hlazes went a mile with Paul Jones Sunday in 150 just galloping He looks good shows no sign of soreness and extends himself fully Garth was stopping him several times during the trial i Mild the colt galloped out the one and an eighth miles In l04X His party intends to ship to Ixmisville the latter part of April AprilHonnie Honnie Alary will not race again She was the best filly shown early last year She is at the Han ¬ cock farm and will be bred to Omnr Kliuyyaui California's Past Racing Glory: Some of It Recalled by the Recent Disguise--Donna Winifreda Filly at Wikiup. M'Kenny, F.L. CALIFORNIAS PAST RACING GLORY Some of It Recalled by the Recent Disguise Donna Winifreda Filly at Wikiup WikiupIV IV F L MKENNEV MKENNEVRAN RAN F1IANCISCO Cal April 1 Memories of olden days of racing in California cluster about the latest foal at Wikinp Itancho a finely formed filly by Disguise Donna Winifreda A halo of romance hangs over this young thoroughbred In Her veins is blood that brought fame to California as the nursery of great horses among her near and remote antecedents being the race course kings and queens of the West Donna Winifreda is a daugh ¬ ter of Dr Ioggu which captured the hearts of racegoers as a twoyearold to hold them stead ¬ fastly season after season Dr Leggo by Pinyear D Sevens won the Hunts Handicap and other big stakes and was one of the most popular horses that ever raced in California lie is a home prod ¬ uct foaled at A 15 Sprockels Xapa Stock Farm where he has been a successful sire for some years yearsSevens Sevens was a daughter of the imported stallion Watercress one of the noted sires that stood at J P Haggins Uanclio del Paso near Sacramento Sevens dam Folly was by Wildidle another sire that was a brilliant success when mated with mares owned by Californians Wildidle is remem ¬ bered principally as the sire of Flambeau the name of which is often linked with that of IJacine an ¬ other horse bred at Palo Alto Stock Farm by the late Senator Stanford StanfordPioneer Pioneer and recent breeding activities of the state are connected through Itoinnn I idy dam of Donna Winifreda as well as through Dr Leggo lirutus sire of Uoinan Kidy is the sire of scores of thoroughbreds that have done mighty tilings on the turf Hrutus was by Macgregor dam imported Teardrop by Scottish Chief one of a number of mares purchased in England by Senator Stanford The story goes that Senator Stanford thought Itrntus was undersized and his hocks not alto ¬ gether satisfactory so he sold him when a few months old It was the good fortune of Charles T Hoots to get Itrutns Of all the stallions that have ever stood in California Hrntus undoubtedly was the most successful sending out many win ¬ ners and his rons and daugnters hoying prowess u the stud studLATE LATE SENATOR STANFORDS AMBITION AMBITIONIt It was Senator Stanfords ambition to buy Isonomy but the English owner of the sou of Sterling Isola Holla would not part with him His agent did pick up however mares of the most fashionable blood of those days in Flirt Fairy Kose and Amelia Tin mares had been bred to Isonomy and it was hoped one of them might foal a colt that could be used in the stud All the foals were fillies much to the disappointment of Senator Stanford The dream of getting such a horse as Isinglass destined to be the sire of Star Shoot did not come true and Senator Stanford had to content himself with other sires siresThe The Flirt the Fairy Kose and the Amelia filly foals were good racers and valuable matrons and as the years went on the senator and governor found a great deal of pleasure in following their careers and those of their progeny The Flirt filly was none other than Gorgo which is remembered as having run third in the Suburban and as the winner of the Siren Stakes the Kecord Stakes and other important eastern races All distances were within the capacity of the fleet daughter of Isonomy Flirt Gorgo was the dam of good winners later on Among others of the offspring of Flirt were Flambeau Flirtation and Failstine all stake win Imported Fairy Itoso is remembered as the dam of Kacine the horse that broke Ten Hroccks long standing record for a mile and a great race horse Others of her produce were the flying Fairy and Kosomonde dam of Palo Alto a stallion that has been used the last few seasons at Poots Klmwood Stock Farm in mating with choicely bred mares belonging to A K Macomber Daughters of the mares Senator Stanford brought from England were much sought after by breeders as they were uni ¬ formly good producers Nowadays their grand ¬ daughters and greatgranddaughters are keeping up the good work Estimate Of Derby Candidates ESTIMATE OF DERBY CANDIDATES Here is an offhand presentday expert idea of some Kentucky Derby leading candidates after look ¬ ing them over on the training grounds The writer is a good judge judgeThe The Derby horses are backward in their prepa ¬ ration Damns however is in the best possible trim He is a level truemade horse quiet and sensible and does his ork like a man He is improving every day i i fact only really found himself toward the clos of New Orleans Max Hirsebs pair On Wat el and Donnacona are well and hearty but every da must needs be a fine one for them if they are to be made ready for the Derby Judging from the condition of these the other Long Island wintered horses must be more backward still Ileduvll may spring a surprise from Laurel His horses are said to be more forward Prince Pal is a vastly improved horse He lias fined down wonder ¬ fully The Sundriilge neck and head of course he still has but bodily instead of growing more gross and bulky be has fined down and now looks the part of a coming race horse Returns For First Three Months RETURNS FOR FIRST THREE MONTHS That the year 1 0 will be a golden harvest for horsemen is already evident from the returns of the first three months of racing From January 1 to and including March 31 the enormous sum of S 1lt was distributed among horsemen participating in the racing at New Orleans Havana and Tijuana Details of that distribution are as follows Track Days DaysHavana Distribution Havana Fair Grounds 41 41Tijuana Tijuana 50 50Jefferson Jefferson Park 5 Totals 195 131J SliiJ09 SliiJ09Certainly Certainly a remarkable showing for winter racing Iut that is only a drop in the bucket to what is to come Increased stake and purse values have been announced both in the East and West particularly In Kentucky and with the probable resumption of racing in Canada then is every prospect that the total money distribution for the year 1920 will even surpass the prosperous figures of 1900 and 1007 Provisions Of The Maryland Bill: The Burke Measure Now Before Legislature Because of Amendments. PROVISIONS OF THE MARYLAND BILL The Burke Measure Now Before Legislature Because of Amendments The Hurke bill for the government of racing in Maryland is an exceedingly drastic and compre ¬ hensive measure It provides for the appointment of a Maryland racing commission of three mem ¬ bers who shall be appointed by the governor the chairman to receive flOOO salary per annum and the other two members ijiJOOO each with a limita ¬ tion of l0000 of its annual expenses other than these salaries It is the extraordinary supervisory executive and even punitive powers vested in thfs commission that is the quite remarkable feature of the law This is set forth in the following excerpt 11 Said racing commission shall have full power to prescribe rules regulations and condi tinos under which nil hjrse races shall be con ¬ ducted within the State of Maryland Said com ¬ mission may make rules governing restricting or regulating betting on such races and may fix or regulate the rate of charge by the licenses for ad ¬ mission or for the performance of any service or the sale of any article on the premises of such licensee and may regulate the size of the purse stake or reward to be offered for the conduct of such races racesAll All contracts and agreement for the payment of money and all salaries fees and compensation paid by any person or persons association or corpora ¬ tion licensed as hereinbefore provided ami all pro ¬ posed extensions additions or Improvements to the buildings stables Improvements or tracks upon property owned or leased by such licensee shall be subject to the approval of the commission Said commission shall have power to compel the produc ¬ tion of any and all books memoranda or documents showiiig the receipts and disbursements of any person corporation or association licensed under the provisions of this act to conduct race meetings meetingsThe The commission may at any time require the removal of any employe or official employed by any licensee hereunder The commission shall also have the power to require that the books and financial or other statements of any person corpo ¬ ration or a oojat011 li jifit undfr the provisions of this act shall be kept in jjny manner which to the commission may seem best and that the commission shall also be authorized to visit to investigate and to place expert accountants and such other persons as it may deem necessary in the offices tracks or places of business of any such person corpora ¬ tion or association for the purpose of satisfying itself that the commissions rules and regulations are strictly complied with and the salaries and expenses of such expert accountants or other per ¬ son corporation or association to whom they are asiigned The said commission shall have power to sum ¬ mon witnesses before it and to administer oaths or ullirmaUons to such witnesses whenever in the judgment of the said commission it may be nec ¬ essary for the effectual discharge of their duties and any iverson failing to appear before said com ¬ mission at the time and place specified in answer to said summons or refusing to testify shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon indict ¬ ment and conviction in a court of competent juris ¬ diction shall be punishable by a line of not more than iOH or by sentence to jail for not more than six months or by sentence to both tine and im ¬ prisonment in the judgment of the court False swearing on tin part of any witnesscss shall be deemed perjury and shall be punished as such suchOther Other provisions call for a license fee of tfliOOO per day to be paid Infore the issuance of n license to race In addition the state exacts fifteen per cent of each racing associations net revenue As the bill was drawn it called for 11 racing days for the major organizations An amendment cut tin number to loo Last year the racing at Pimlico Laurel and Havre de Grace covered 11O days so the reduction amounts to ten days Fairs may be li ¬ censed to conduct racing for five days at a fee of 50 pur day The Agricultural and Mechanical As ¬ sociation of Washington County may have two meet ¬ ings of five days each However the heart of the proposed new law is in the sections quoted Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF f W Ioft left Havana Thursday on the Mexico and will go to New York YorkEd Ed Soule wintered in California but will be back in the East for the opening at Havre do Orace OraceDuring During the first fifty days 7f racing at Tijuana over 150000 was distributed among the horsemen in stakes and purses pursesReports Reports from i 1 Wideners Erdenheim farm in Pennsylvania say a majority of the mares there have slipped their foals foalsHorses Horses are numerous at Powie two carloads from New Orleans arriving Tlmrsday which could not be accommodated on the grounds and had to he sent to lienning lienningFrogtown Frogtown purchased by W S Kilmer last year to carry his colors ill Ihe Kentucky Derby is now in the stable of J E Widener and has been schooled for races through the field fieldA A L Austins filly Jean Corey was probably thf fastest twoyearold shown at Havana at least she ran the fastest threeeighths of the meet ¬ ing doing the distance twice in races in J5 J5The The great French horse show at Paris is now on witli all its prewar brilliance It is being held at the Grand Palais in the Champ Elysees and beginning last Saturday continues until April Maryland Burke Bill May Die MARYLAND BURKE BILL MAY DIE ANNAPOLIS Md April When Governor Kichie signed the emergency racing bill which enabled Howie to hold its spring meeting he an ¬ nounced that he would sign the Hnrke racing regu ¬ lation bill which passed the senate by n vote of 17 to 10 last Wednesday afternoon The Hurke bill passed the house the day before beforeThe The Hurke bill as amended is a hodgepodge and is said to be invalid It is now in tiie hands of the printer and will probably come back to ¬ morrow when it will come up On its third reading and if then passed will be sent to the house and referred to the judiciary committee In view of the turn of events and the fact that the measure as now drawn is not in good condition little inter ¬ est b being manifested in its fate The chances are it will die in committee If it docs racing will go on as before without the Burke bills taxation and limit Rain and Mud At Bowie: Changed Track Conditions Bring About Unexpected Results.; Wood Violet Takes Measure of Tailor Maid in Close Finish in Martha Washington Purse. jRAiN AND MUD AT BOWIE Changed Track Conditions Bring About Unexpected Results Wood Violet Takes Measure of ofTailor Tailor Maid in Close Finish in inMartha Martha Washington Purse POWIE Mil April 2 Favorites ilil not tare any too well it Howie today in I when Iiilor Maid suffered defeat from Wood Violet in the Martha Washington Purse the sharpshooters were in a rather perturbed state of mind The track conditions un ilorwcnt n decided change from that of yosterdav a lieavy rain turning it into deep mud This caused quite a change in the expected form of some of tin candidates and brought about 11 search through Ihe card for mud runners Many were found The going suited both Hetsinda and Wood Violet and their long prices was dm to doubt about their being ready for the going goingTailor Tailor Maid was a dotMod favorite and it is probable she would have beaten Wood Violet in a feu more strides as Hie hit I IT was tiring badly at the finish Allivan set a fairly fast pace followed closely by Wood Violet Tailor Maid anil Cobalt Lass On the home turn Tailor Maid ran up what looked like a winning dash Allivan gave way at that point and when straightened out Wood Violet took the lead wiih Tailor Maid coming up fast on the outside ISnt she was not quite eiual to tli task and Wood Violet verified the confidence of her lew supporters by holding a short lead leadThe The bad weather kept the attendance down n trifle but there wasu big ertiwd considering ihe track and weather conditions conditionsFavorite Favorite backers received a setback at the outset of the days sport when the heavily plaved Pullman from the Green tree Stable met defeat She was out pa ed from the start by losie Gorman and Marv Erh and could not catch the leaders although gain ing at tin end In the final eighth Mary Krb out gained losie ionium for the winning end of the piiiM Josie Connan holding second place safe easily from Cullinan CullinanOnico Onico displaying superior mud running abilitr made a show of her opponents in the second race winning in the easiest manner Sungold was the runner up throughout Kttalie came fast in the last quarter to take third place from Tarascon which ran fairly well wellManoevre Manoevre outclassed those opposed to him in the third race Last to leave the barrier he shot to the front at once and racing into a big lead easily maintained it to the end Kagnarok run ¬ ning forwnrdly throughout disposed of Honstelle in the stretch and got up for second place in the last few strides liagpipe came from far hack and just saved show money from Svlvano which ran well wellW W Fenwicks filly Pctsinda running to her best form easily accounted for the fourth race She set a fast pace for the going and held sway all the way Satana was dose up throughout anil was as easily second best Kagazxa which had a troublesome trip outlasted Hright Cold for third place The latter tired badly in the filial quarter quarterCLOSE CLOSE FINISH IN SIXTH RACE RACEIn In a sensational finish in which six starters fin ished heads apart 1 Hawsons Sentimental secured the decision over a cheap band of platers in the sixth Kogait with the apprentice Schwartz in the saddle closing rapidly in the homestretch secured second place and Tom Prooks took down the short end of the purse llandfnll the favorite ran forward ly all the way but met with repeated interference and could never clear passage passageMallowmot Mallowmot paying 11190 for in the tnutiiels furnished a huge surprise by leading all the way in the final race to win by a length over Kingling II and Prunes the two most favored by the talent talentSegurola Segurola Northern Lady Miss Adriaiine ami 1anl Connelly were placed on the schooling list bv starter Kdward Tribe TribeFred Fred Iitllefield the former jockey was a visitor from his farm at Middleburg Md I am anxious to get back into the racing said the farmer rider hut I find it harder to buy a horse than it is to pick a winner winnerDorcas Dorcas winner of the seventh race Thursday was claimed by J Kennedy for 1550 She will handled in the future by F Johnson JohnsonJockey Jockey Thurher is an arrival and will ride at the meeting meetingni ni Shea has signed up jockey T Iarringlon for the season and the lads outside mounts will In made by Dan McTaggart Pirriuglon i nnu of the old time riders who has lost none of his skill skillIirry Iirry lleinheimer has left for Ked Hank X J to take up three horses of C A Applegate and three belonging to A Setzer of Jamaica L I who is a newcomer among the ranks of the owners Keinheimer will train at Jamaica JamaicaI I idy Hrnnimel was severely kicked in the lower jaw while at the post in the second race Thursday which accounted for her running out something she had never done before ieorge Wagnon made a f lying trip from New Orleans arriving today lie shipped the horses of the 1ellcan Stable to Havre de Grace GraceM M Hayinaii is conducting a special car from Haltimore to Howie for the benefit of the officials and others via the W IS and A AJ J H Loucheim owner of the sire Granite and also proprietor of a stable racing here Is an ar ¬ rival from Philadelphia Movement In The Right Direction. 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Court Chicago 111 Price 100 Single copies by mail must be j jsent sent ns registered mail with an extra charge of ton cents for registration Not responsible I Ifor for hooks sent as regular mail I Bowie BOWIE The horses which ROVJC Md April 2 1 Priby Grand Pluribus Madeline Lillian 2 Tnttle Til Archer Kirah 3 FRANKLIN Itonstell C C Smithson and J JAV AV Bean entry I Arrah Go On Arrowhead Youneed 5 Frank Monroe Dorcas Tantalus C Napthalius Pilsen Waterproof 7 Tiger Rose Slingold Bogart BogartF F J Ortell OrtellBuffalos Buffalos IIindicii BlFFAIO N Y April 2 1 Repeat Panhandler Baby Grand Madeline Lillian 2 Weary Kirah Tattle Challenger ISonstello Poacher Jack K Pibroch 1 ARRAH GO ON Arrowhead Midnight Sun Incles Lassie 5 Dorcas Tsntalus Frank Monroe Gain de Cause 15 Pilstii Waterproof Parrish Napthalius 7 Tiger Rose Tit for Tat Bengali Suugold SuugoldOiscrvers Oiscrvers Handicap 1 Repeat Raby Grand Pluribus Panhandler 2 The Archer Tattle Challenger Riddle Franklin C C Smithson and J AV Bean en ¬ try IJonstelle Poacher 4 ARRAII GO ON Arrowhead Tildes Lassie Youneed YouneedT T Tantalus Frank Monroe Dorcas Fleer Napthalius AViterproof King Neptune Pilsen 7 Tiger Rose BoherNaHreena Marmite Tit Steeplechase Association's Meeting STEEPLECHASE ASSOCIATIONS MEETING At a meeting of ational Steeplechase Steeplechaseand and niiiit Association held April I the stewards present wen J E Widener J E Davis A II HiSKinsnn H AY Ftill and 11 J Morris Tlie AVestchester Racing Association anil the Saratoga Racing Association were granted iennissioii to give f meetings and Mr Frank steward to represent the theiSnlionttl iSnlionttl Steeplechase and Hunt Association at both iivcks iivcksGentleman Gentleman riders certificates were granted Henry Lee Alfred Bordcn R P Smith Jr S L Larrabee J S Casoy Rojcr H Bayly C Mahlon Kline Jacob E Ridgway Charles L Appletou Livjreuce B Smith AAilliam E B Lyon and William H AVidJey AVidJeyTrainers Trainers and jockeys licenses wcro grarted as follows Trainers C H Douglas S P IJarlan Uliii Hastings Charles L Siiyiier Harry Rites jajrney L Cole 1 J Donoluic J Carroll ind fAnthtiny Allen Jockeys ClarencifUones B Hayncs and1 and1AV AV J Ural Young Fillies In The Hinata Stakes: Many Well Bred Ones in Lexington's Stake Race for Two-Year-Old Misses. YOUNG FILLIES IN THE HINATA STAKE STAKEMany Many Well Bred Ones in Lexingtons Stake Hac for Two Year Old Misses Last year the first stake race for twoyearold run on the Kentucky circuit was the Hinata Stake for twoyearold lillies at Lexington 1irsuiiuilil the same arraiigrment will be in force this year although the dates for the running of the Lex ington stake races have yet to be made pnblii The Hinata was given seventyeight entries o well bred fillies As a matter of course ncarl all have yet to start in a race but a measure o public form is represented by the H P AVhitne fillies Sky Itlne Champagne and Cointreau all o which won at New Orleans Champagne taking botl of the races in which she started The prettj creatures which will soon be called on to sho what they can do for the credit of their ancestor are the following followingN N K PeiFs b f Jean Corey by Judge Wright Dolly Bultman BultmanPianchi Pianchi Williamsons b f Xambra by Lighi Brigade Beth Miller MillerG G L Blackfords ch f Miss Rankin by Meelicl Belle Kankin KankinE E R Bradleys chestnut illy by Cuuard Love not notE E R Bradleys b f Bit of Green by Cunard Santa Anna AnnaE E R Bradleys b f Bit of AVhite by Snnstai Dreamy DreamyB B J Iraiinons ch f Golden Dreams by Dicli Finnell Moonet MoonetB B J Bramions ch f Last Rose by Handsel Janice JaniceP P J Uraniums b f Dorothy Mines by Frizzi Absent Friend FriendDesha Desha Breckenridges brown filly by Dick Fin ¬ nell Affable AffableJ J H Pyrds br f Coeur de Feu by Ferole Black Lou r 1 N Camdens chestnut filly by Light Brigade BrigadeJ J N Camdens b f Bettina by Light Brigade EcaterinaG Ecaterina G if ford A Cochrans ch f Ciinmarron by His Majesty Royal Martyr MartyrGifford Gifford A Cochrans b f Scraphin by His Ma ¬ jesty Phione PhioneF F K Coinsons ch f Dagmar by McGce Wlilti1 Plume PlumeF F E Couivons ch f ClioClio by Jack Atkin English Esther EstherF F E Coursons b f Peppery Polly by McGec MirrorCrutcher Mirror Crutcher Oldhams Plun Grass Stable br f Miss Prosperity by Jim Gaffney Claxonette ClaxonetteCrutcher Crutcher Oldhams Blue Grass Stable br f Miss Hilarity by Ballot Bernetto BernettoNat Nat F A J R Dortchs ch f Little Ross by Zeus Sweet Pea PeaMac Mac Evertons ch f Sure by Great Britain Grace Cole ColeFletcher Fletcher Keenes b f Miss Muffins by Luke McLuke Carmen CarmenFletcher Fletcher Keenes ch f Loveliness by Charles Edwards Spanish Maid MaidFrakes Frakes Redmons ch f Tillie Parr by Rock view Attentive AttentiveGallaher Gallaher Bros br f Frivol by Trap Rock Little Siter SiterJ J M Goodes ch f Corilla by Ballot Top All AV C Goodloes br f Grace Minard by Fronte nac Ro cs csGregory Gregory vt Bruces ch f Countess by Olambala ReticellaJ Reticella J S Hawkins Cos b f Enterloper by Sweep II ErrenataII Errenata P Headkys b f Victrola by Vandergrift Oseetah OseetahH H P Ileadleys ch f Orchestra by Aauder grift Ornamental OrnamentalEmil Emil Hera b f Shortys First by Short Grass Gentlewoman GentlewomanH H H Hewitts ch f Hadhenvay by Trap Rock Lucky AVive AViveBaylor Baylor Hickmans ch f Pousse Cafe II by Fitz Herbert Cafean1ait Cafean1aitBaylor Baylor Hickmans br f Nancy AVyatt by King James Disillusion DisillusionMrs Mrs AV M Jeffords ch f Perfection by Ballot Mrs EnterpriseMrs Enterprise AY M Jeffords ch f Discretion by The Maimgfi Caution CautionAV AV M Jeffords ch f Ethne by Peter Quince Involved j jAV AV M Jeffords ch f Ringlets by Frizzle Understudy UnderstudyJ J J Keans Kean Stable ch f Josephine K by Martinet Hostility HostilityFrank Frank J Kelleys b f Goldeu Quince by Peter Quince Golden Bush BushAV AV N Kings b f Mary Gaffney by Jim Gaff ucy Grand Mary MaryA A L Kirbys b f Morning Face by The Picket Mary King KingKnebelkamp Knebelkamp V Howrrtons b f Betty Y by McG e MonaMona MonaMonaKohn Kohn Theiscns b f Rasola by McGee Tinkle AY L Lewis Cos b f British Maid by Great Britain Crystal Maid MaidJefferson Jefferson Livingstons ch f Vivian by Rock View Helena C CJefferson Jefferson Livingstons b f Roeeliff by Rock View Xenobia XenobiaJefferson Jefferson Livingstons b f Oriole by Assagai Hawksora HawksoraJ J AY McCllands b f Deloraine by McGce Pink Rose RoseJ J AY McCIellands ch f Acclaim by The Man ¬ agerApplause agerApplauseThomas Thomas C McDowells b c Princess Royal J y Uncle Kings Daughter DaughterR R P Marshalls Keystone Stable b f Cut Up by Yrack Janina JaninaR R P Marshalls Keystone Stable b f Sche haranade by Light Brigade Twolick TwolickR R P Marshalls Keystone Stable b f AYi ilows First by Smoke House Widow Moon MoonJ J C Milams ch f Pretty Peggy by Light Brigade Hernosa HernosaJ J C Milams ch f Pimenta by Light Brigade Allspice AllspiceMoore Moore Bakers b f May Jane Baker by Wrack Ellirslie EllirslieCharles Charles Nuckols b f Julia X by Peter Quince Nell VYihler VYihlerJ J W Parrishs ch f Gossip Avenue by Bulse Rosewood M I Richardsons b f Our Alice by Horron Alice Conical ConicalJ J VY Parrishs b f Marjorie McKay by Judge Wright Cain Chaser ChaserE E O Rhodes b f Rose of Horron by Horroii Rose Irim IrimJ J II Rossctcrs ch f Berryessa by Uncle liellisario liellisarioJohn John AY Schorrs b f Alberta S by McGce Ilyca tcher tcherJohn John AV Schorrs b f Johns Uuima by McGec Conclusion i iJohn John AY Schorrs b f Elizabeth May by Ormon lale Coat CoatD D AY Scotts br f Miss Chuckles by Judge IVrlght O Co Ee EeD D Y Scotts b f Handy Rose by Handsel rden Rose RoseAY AY G Shropshires b f Cremona by Dick Mnnell Frances Gaines A Thraves ch f Miss Fontaine liy Ivan he Terrible Super S 11 Yelies b f Fair Florin by Fair Play lorin lorinS S H Aelies ch f Mayflower bv Harrigan idy Hildieth HildiethH H P AYhitneys ch f Sky Plue by All Gold ilue Girl GirlII II P AVhitnevs b f Champagne bv Peter Pan BubbleII Bubble II P AYhitneys b f Cointreau by Rabelais Paradise 11 11AY AY J Youngs ch f Dainty Lass by Ballot Royal Dainty Hunting, Fishing And Sport. HUNTING FISHING AND SPORT Surrounding an illicit still recently found by revenue officers near Mobile Ala was a line of stcol coon traps the owner of which and the still is being sought by reward Coons are notoriously fond of the shimmy as it is called in the South aud which the stills produce produceDucks Ducks and geere have already beea seen as far no in as southern AYisconsin which is pretty good o idonee that spring weather is near and that sfion in w migratory birds of all kinds will be hus ¬ tling t their breeding grounds In the north in large i umbers The winter just past has IHHII i faVoril e one in the middle west fur game birds prairie chickens pheasants Hungarian partriilg and ijimil v Racing News From Australia: Crowds and Betting Enormously Increase--Doings of the Good Horses. RACING NEWS FROM AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIACrowds Crowds anil Setting1 Enormously Increase Doings of the Good Horses SYDNEY X S AV Australia Fob 15 Betting has enormously increased In Australia of lain anil in public throngs at tin various meetings are larger than over Crowils of 100000 arc ficiiicnt it the Randwick Flcmington anil Caulfield ronrscs anil the betting totals by machine which arc usually but half the daily sum of speculation frequently inn to the i250000 mark The total for Randwick alone is likely to be over S5UOOO0 Iast season it was 3527031 For the current season the machine take at Randwieks twelve racing days has totakil S3175SS1 Avith tin eight biggest days to come Here arc the comparative totals by meet ¬ ings at Randwick for the twelve days of 1111 and 1120 Meetings Days 1 20 Xattersalls Spring I 207750 182215 182215Australian Australian Jockey Club ClubSpring Spring 4 1371751 lHtWW lHtWWCity City Tattorsalls Spring 214 1S3 198450 Australian Jockey Club ClubAutumn Autumn 1 213 3l 100753 100753Australian Australian Jockey Club ClubSummer Summer I 2S274U 250411 250411Tattcrsalls Tattcrsalls Annual 2 435212 rl502 rl502Australian Australian Jockey Club ClubAnniversary Anniversary 2 151878 39001 39001Totals Totals 12 3175SSI 71S5S 71S5SA A llordern who won thf Huncaster Handicap with First Irinciple in 1014 is again taking up racing and last week bought ICeniford from his brother Sir Samuel llordern and the twoyearold Viclrola from II A Taylor The prices paid have not been made public but rumor places them at 10001 and a winning contingency for Aictrola and something like S7500 for Kenilford Kenilford was bought last spring by Sir S llordern for 15000 and a contingency when he appeared to have a good chance of winning tlie Melbourne Cup He failed in that nut is a good colt coltSurveyor Surveyor the New Zealand crack was unequal to winning the Wellington Cup for which ho started favorite but at the same meeting he ran first in one tiireeiiuarUrs race and second in another His racing did him good ami at the Tarauaki Club meeting last week he won tie Taranaki Cup at one and a Mtarter miles in which with 121 pounds up he beat Karo 131 pounds in 207Vi It is possible Surveyor may come to Sydney for the Australian Jockey Club meeting meetingAt At latest ioaming was on the easy list so it is safe to assume he will not be nominated for the Australian Jockey Club weightforage races and at Kossini has been sold trainer Mason will have nothing to make up a team for the big Australian meetings meetingsARTILLERYMAN ARTILLERYMAN AND RICHMOND MAIN MAINThe The sensational threeyearolds Artilleryman and liichinond Main an coming to condition again though the latter is still resting The Melbourne Cup pair are accounted the best of the threeyear olds but iKith have had mishaps Artilleryman wrenched his back but is at work and pointing for the St Leger which will be a gift to him if ready The best he has to meet in it are Whiz Iang and Clan Findou neither in the first class classRichmond Richmond Main which has not resumed work at Randwick has been withdrawn from his Australian Jockey Clui niitumn engagements Although he is making a good recovery from his recent injury he will not In trained again for some time timeCarbines Carbines skeleton will soon reach the authorities of tJie Melbourne Public Library and Museum and at the suggestion ol 1rofessor Woodruff Mr Nor ¬ man Falkiner will give tin carcass of Comedy King to the Melbourne Veterinarv School when that horse dies diesThe The totalizator turnover for the three days of the Wellington New Zealand meeting was SHi5M 7 against 5JJ15 for two days at the corresponding fixture last season The Douro Cup l tal on the second day of the meeting was a record for Welling ¬ ton KANGAROO Woodbine Park Stakes Close May 5 WOODBINE PARK STAKES CLOSE MAY 5 TORONTO Out April 2 The Ontario Jockey Clubs program for the spring meeting at Woodbine Park includes the running of nine stakes which close on May 5 as follows followsFor For tlirceyearolds and Upward UpwardThe The Toronto Cup 10000 added mile and an eighth eighthConiiiiught Coniiiiught Cup 3001 added for Canadian owned horses mile and a sixteenth sixteenthKing King Edward Gold Clip Siwhr added mile and a sixteenth sixteenthMinto Minto Stakes selling 200 added mile and a sixteenth For Threeyearolds ThreeyearoldsWoodstock Woodstock Plate 3000 added mile and a six ¬ teenth teenthTor Tor Twoyearolds TwoyearoldsVictoria Victoria XJikis S3ftOO added fiveeighths fiveeighthsJuvenile Juvenile Slakes X2niJ added fiveeighths fiveeighthsCoronation Coronation Stakes S2500 added for Canadian brcil horses fiveeighths fiveeighthsSteeplechases Steeplechases SteeplechasesStreet Street Railway Steeplechase L000 added two and a half miles milesIn In addition to this there will he run three steeplechases of SI 50 added and an announce ¬ ment is made that additional steeplechases will be run should there be sufficient jumpers to fill them themTiie Tiie overnight handicaps will range in value from SI 200 U rlrOO with 10IO the lowest of any overnight purse purseThe The meeting will commence 01 Saturday May 1 and continue to include Saturday May I IThe The Kings Plate 7500 addeil by the Ontario Jockey Club and fifty guineas donated by His Majesty King George will be run on Saturday May 22 and the Toronto Cup 1000 added on Wednesday May 25 Friday Work-Outs At Bowie Track FRIDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 238 BOWIE Md April 2 Training operations w rt curtailed this morning at Prince George Park ow UK to tlie rain and heavy condition of the track lit w ever there were a number of horses out for wo k the following being the best moves over the slipp r track trackWeather Weather rainy track sluipcry ThreeEichths Mile 25C baIt Lass 42 422iD 21Lura 41 41237Satana 2iD ckhand 4173 41732iE 237Satana 42 2iE e Opener t5 t52G 2 Susau M 44 44220Tom 2G rbage 41 41237Ji 220Tom Prooks 40 237Ji anita HI 41 4123iK 284 True as Steel 42 4223iVeary 23iK ngllne II 23iVeary 40 L35Lloyd George 41j 235 Youneed 43 22 BNaBreena 54 54235Diadi 232Maize 52 52237Midnight 235Diadi 5 237Midnight Sun 52 52235Pluribns Enos 53 53li3C 235Pluribns 52 5223iSiesta li3C Enrico Caruso 51 51237Fell 23iSiesta 5 523LSex 237Fell Swoop 55 55LllliKeziah 23LSex II 5 5235Aeteran LllliKeziah 54 54234King 235Aeteran 53 234King John 55 Five Eighths Mile Mile2SCourcclles 2SCourcclles 114 I 233Pilsen 105 105237Pecrless 237Pecrless One 10 23Poultney 111 o7Penelope 109 j 25iTan II 110 110ThreeQuarters ThreeQuarters Mile 237Comacho 123 LttiJLihk Boy I1 I123ISD 23ISD Aandivcrl24 23ilMystic Folly 1 123lFrank 23lFrank Monrocl24 233 Phantom Fairl25 2o5Grecn Mint 122 ISlShort Changel21 Changel213iGriffwood 3iGriffwood 123 23tISiiiiny Hill 23fiH Go Luckyl23 2153Vcnal Joy 123 123233Hcroismeil 233Hcroismeil i1 236Vuto 124 124235H 235H Brother 124 124Sovon Sovon Eighths Mile Mile237Margory 237Margory 133 Ono Mile Mile235Pallad 235Pallad l5l 235Ie Pleuet 151 151lTJ5Bolster lTJ5Bolster 155 237Yand 153 153235Jolil 235Jolil I Uayl55 English Handicap For Classics: Estimate of the Ability Shown by Leaders in Two-year-old Racing. ENGLISH HANDICAP FOR CLASSICS Estimate of the Ability Shown by Leaders in Twoyearold Racing LONDON Kng March 15 Here is the English free handicap by weight of the fortytwo best two yearolds which performed in races last season and now threeyearolds Many of them are in the threeyearold classics which are soon to begin and candidates for One Thousand Guineas Two Thousand Guineas and Epsom Derby aiul Oaks The Two Thousand one mile is to be run for at Newmarket Wednesday April 1 S the One Thousand one mile Friday April 30 Several threeyearold stakes of minor importance lead up to the Kpsom Derby one and onehalf miles at Epsom Wednesday June and Oaks one and one half miles Friday June 5 5The The favorites for tlie Epsom Derby in what speculation has been done over it almost follows tile lines the free handicap except that Prince Calahcad is classed by the speculative line as su ¬ perior to Orpheus Here are the Knglish figures figuresHorses Horses Handicap HandicapTetratema Tetratema gr c by The Tetrarch Scotch Gift Giftby by Symington 133 133Orpheus Orpheus b e by Orby Kleclra by Eager 121 121Prince Prince Calahad eh c by Prince Palatine Decagone by Martagon 120 120Galroy Galroy br c by Koyal Kealin Uallinata by Jallinule 118 118lUne lUne Dun ch f by Coreyra Blue Tit by byVildfowler Vildfowler 117 117Bright Bright Folly b f bv Black Jester Pright by bySundi Sundi idge 117 117Iximpctia Iximpctia br f by Orby Tzigane by Lavcnoll7 lie Goes br c by Prince Palatine Fcronia by byFariman Fariman 11G 11GSarchedon Sarchedon gr e by Tin Tetrarclr Perfect PerfectPeach Peach by Persimmon lid lidLacrosse Lacrosse b c by Long Set Harama by byPolymelus Polymelus 115 115Gleneskaki Gleneskaki b c by Glenesky Siinona by byMelton Melton 11C 11CFair Fair Simone b f by Farnian Simone by St StSimon Simon 115 115Wimasu Wimasu b c by Stornoway Waiontha by byFowlingpiece Fowlingpiece 115 115Southern Southern b c by Sunstar Pretty Dark bv bvDark Dark Ronald 11 11Archaic Archaic ch c by Polymelus Keystone II IIby by Persimmon Ill IllDynamo Dynamo b c by Turbine Amore by Amphionll2 Silvern b e by Polymelus Silver Fowl bv bvWildfowler Wildfowler 112 112Maxwell Maxwell b c bv Polymelus Jimena by byGallinule Gallinule lit litPrince Prince Herod gr c by Koi llerode Egglcstonc Egglcstoncby by Koyal Hampton Ill IllLight Light Hearted b c by Junior Verve by byVelocity Velocity 111 111Alen Alen y b c by Payardo Tagalie by Cyllene 110 Firework b c bv Prince Palatine Falling Star Starby by Rightaway 110 110Adopted Adopted b f bv Louvois Fair Offender by bySainfoin Sainfoin 110 110Tetrameter Tetrameter ch c by The Tetrarch Mandola Mandolaby by Lov Wisely 10J 10JMorganatic Morganatic Marriage br c by Koyal Realm RealmCountess Countess Zia by Callinule 10S 10SIJay IJay colt by Turbine Contessine by Count CountSchnmbcrg Schnmbcrg HIS HISSxvynbimi Sxvynbimi br c bv Swynford Mowsali by byFlying Flying Fox 10S 10SLemonade Lemonade b f by Leinberg Piatade by Per ¬ simmon 103 103Comrade Comrade blk e by Pachelors Double Soiir Soiirabaya abaya by Spearmint 108 108Lord Lord Thanet b c by Mareovil Felice by byKadium Kadium 1 107 107Ponteland Ponteland b c by Bridge of Earn Pright PrightAngel Angel by St Angelo 107 107Poltava Poltava gr c by Polymelus Tagale by Le LeSaucy Saucy 107 107Celestial Celestial br c by Sunstar Seraph by St StFrtisiiuiii Frtisiiuiii 105 105Roman Roman liachelor ch c by Pachelors Double Augusta by Kgerton IOC IOCGolden Golden Guinea ch c by Polymelus Miranda Mirandaby by Gallinule 1015 1015Fancv Fancv Man b c by ISachelors Double Painted PaintedLady Lady bv Velasquez IOC IOCCarborundum Carborundum b e by Simbriglit Carbide by byCarbine Carbine l ° r benhora b f by Charles OMnlley Pachelors PachelorsCherry Cerasus 105 105Pruce Cherry by Pruce Lodge ch c by Tracery Margaret Itcau Itcaufort fort by John oGauat 105 105Cinna Cinna b or br f by Polymelus Paroiiess I i iFleclie Fleclie by Ladas 105 105Sparwort Sparwort b c by Spearmint Monisima by lallimile ln lnI I ilv Phoebe b f l y Orbj Dona Sol by Ayr ¬ 1 3 shire Gravesend Track Sold For $2,250,000: Its Ninety Acres to Be Cut Up for Building--Mere Stables for Aqueduct. GRAVESEND TRACK SOLD FOR 2250000 Its Ninety Acres to Be Cut Up for Building Mere Stables for Aqueduct NEW VOKK N V April L Tin Graveseiid track sale was closed last Wednesday afternoon when 4500 of the 5000 shares of stock were voted at a meeting of the Prooklyu Jockey Club and tin board of directors afterward made the sale to W E Harmon Co real estate dealers The price was S SiOOll iOOll per acre for the ninety acres a total of S2J50MIO The land will be subdivided and sold for building lots lotsThe The new owners will take possession immediately but the track will not be demolished nor the stables torn down for three months James Shevlin presi ¬ dent of tlie Itrooklyn Jockey Club and of the Queens County Jockey Club Aqueduct course inserted this clause in the contract in order to protect the horse ¬ men who have stables there He insisted that they receive plenty of time in whcich lo find new quar ¬ ters Stabling on the property are more than 300 thoroughbreds belonging to prominent sportsmen sportsmenMoie Moie stables are to be erected at once at Aqueduct to accitmmcdate the hordes now stabled at Prooklyh ProoklyhTin Tin Gravesend track was one of the oldest in Xev York It is situated at Kings Highway and Ocean Parkwav and Gravesend avenue It was originally the Prospect Park Fair Grounds on which trotting races were held for several years In 1SS5 it lost some of its ground to make way for the Parkway and the next year the remainder was sold for a few dollars an acre to Phil and Mike Dwyer Kich ard Hyde and Louis lichman of the old theatrical firm of Hyde Hehman John McCarthy and James Shevlin Mr Shevlin is the only one of the or ¬ ganizers alive aliveIn In 18S7 the new owners organized the llrooklyn Jockey Club and held its first meeting Saturday May il of that year Its feature was the Urooklyn Handicap It drexv a record crowd to the course and furnished one of the most thrilling of thorough bred contests Dry Monopole Itluc Wing and Hidalgo were the placed horses Dry Monopole was the victor a head in front of Itlne Wing which was a similar distance before Hidalgo HidalgoFrom From 1 87 until 1 10 when the repeat of the Percy ray law caused it to close its gates Graves end was one of the most famous and popular courses in America At it turf history was made almost every year Great Interest In French Racing GREAT INTEREST IN FRENCH RACING PARIS France March IS March 15 the opening day of the Paris racing season at the Auteuil course such an immense crowd passed through the turn ¬ stiles that the authorities would not give the fig ¬ ures for publication The reason for this may be that the people of the republic might become curi ¬ ous as to what becomes of all the money Since the war the price of admission to French race courses has been greatly increased In the case of Longchamps and Auteuil the price of entry to the popular inclosures has been doubled The Paris Sport cstihiated the opening days gate receipts at 4 000 The value of the live races on the program was collectively less than 10000 large part of which is raised by the owners subscription fees There is thus a balance of nearly 40000 which after the deduction of a few hundred dollars for working expenses presumably becomes dividend The parimiitnels workers are of course paid out of the belting money which on the day In question February 15 execedd 10011100 As ricini takes rphiie practically every day of the year in France it may be assumed that the various racing societies lire making up somewhat for time lost during the thewar war Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD FRIDAY APRIL 2 1920 Prince George Park Second day Southern Maryland At fiiltural and Breeders Association Spring Meeting of 13 days Weather clear temperature 60 ° Steward to Represent Jockey Club E C Smith Stewards Francis Nelson and Carter Hall Judge Joseph A Murphy fl T Miller and T H Anderson Starter Edward Tribe Racing Secretary Jose McLennan Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 130 p in W inaicntes whip S spurs II blinkers Fis ures in parentheses following tlie distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse an weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 12 Mile April 5 1918 48 2 112 Purse 1000 2yearolds Maidens Fillies Special Weights Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 10 Index Horses AWtPISt Jfc 34 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 4G32fiMARY KRB 11410 2i 2 1 C Whiff nB A Jones 1S15K 1S15K4i5573MOSIK 4i5573MOSIK GORMAN 114 3 1J 1 2 T PargtonT J Klwarcl 27SH 27SHClLLlXAN ClLLlXAN 114 4 2 5 3 J F CltllettlCreentree Stable 90H 90H45D78 45D78 LADY GRANITE 114 S t fi f 45 J Heupel J II Loucheim 72S5N 72S5N4G32G 4G32G FADING STAR 115 fi 4 41 4i R Troxler J M Zimmer 17SOK 45130 KEI1OMA 114 5 1 fis J RodsesT W OBrien 8315K 8315K4GIM 4GIM MISS ADUIANNR 114 7 u 7 = 71 K Fator T Jackson fi2SOl fi2SOlSACAJAWKA SACAJAWKA w llfi 7 S Ss 8s 8 A Sims K Smart 1210lf 1210lf45K7 45K7 NQRTHBRX LADY 114 1 0 fl 9 C Jackson M F Mount 114SOK 114SOKSKGITROLA SKGITROLA w 114 2 Left at tho post J Metcalf A 15 Spreckels 27S51C 27S51CTime Time 25 51 Track muddy 2 mutiiols paid Mary Erli 3830 straight 1030 place 440 show Josie Gorman 380 place 20 show Cullinan 240 show showKiiivalcnt Kiiivalcnt booking odds Mary Erli 1815 to 100 straight 41 to 100 place 120 to 100 show Josi Gorman HO to 100 place 30 to 100 show Ciillinan 20 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f by Waldo May Siitton by Prlnro Ksher trained by 15 A Jones bred bv Mr J 1 Ilcnsliy Went to post at 232 At post 3 minutes Start poor and slow Won driving second and third th same MAUV ERR away well gained steadily and got up to win in the final strides under hard riding JOSIE GORMAN quickly took tlie lead and made the pace but tired badly in tho last sixteenth CITLM NAN met with interference in the first eighth and was shuttled back but closed up fast when straighteue out in the homestretch jind outstayed TATY GRANITE at the end The latter ran green in the early run niiig but closed up ground in the stretch FAI ING STAR had no mishaps NORTHERN LADY an SKlMROLA wheeled at the start startOverweights Overweights Fading Star 1 pound Sacajawea 2 AfKf7 SECOND RACE 34 Mile Nov 24 1917 112 1 122 Purse 1000 4ycaroW TcOOc7 4 and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt U 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str I 2S OXICO WH 5 103 22 VI 1 1s J Zoeller T Francis 3laU 3laU4G308 4G308 SUNGOLD wit 5 114 3 1 2H 2s 2 2s 1 Rod goW H Cooper 2S5Q1I 4 41ISKTTAHK wn a 109 fi fi 7 7 41 C WhittnW II Fixer 12310 4 25TARASCOX wn 4 107 S 4 4 = 4 f 4 F Hunt F J Kearns t010 4 342VAL1CRIK WEST w fi 105 10 V TP = D HopkinaJ P Lyons 191010 4023 1 PAUL CONNELLY w u IK 11 S S 8 S fii J H Burke Twyman Twyman4i0782 4i0782 DlCKHAND 11 f 113 t 11 10 9 = 7i 7i E Fator S Polk irr010 irr0104i047HlRON 4i047HlRON II s 4 107 5 3 I f1 S3 C Ponce G Peterson fiO10 4 308SHAXDON u 5 109 1 7 fi1 i2 9 J Judge T L Coyle COOO10 454 15CORSOX n 107 7 9 MJ 101 10 10 L Morris B C Bunbury 224510 15140 ALEX GETX w 7 111 13 li 11 11 = 11 = 111 H Wakoff T E Crist 880310 8803104G287PARRISH 4G287PARRISH n a 114 12 12 12n12l 12121 R Pauley J L Solomon Solomon5i347 5i347 BROOKLAND Ml 5 111 413 13 13 13 13 F CMtilettiL L Wise WisetMutuel tMutuel field Time 24 49 116 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Onico S0 straight 5l0 place 340 show Sungold 2070 place 730 sliow Ettaiie 2i0 sliow sliowEqiiivnlent Eqiiivnlent booking odds Onico 31 to 100 straight ISO to 109 placet 70 Jo 100 show Sungold 935 t 100 place 2fi to 100 show Ettahe 30 to 100 show showWinner Winner I5r in by Mtirtit Santa Tlie Pet by The Friar trained by J Arthur bred by Mr Thoma Clyde ClydeWent Went to post at 303 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ing ONICO showed the most speed in the going drew away into a long lead after rounding the last tun and won in a canter SlNCOLl raced in closest pursuit for the entire race and held tile others saf through the stretch ETTAHE began slowly but closed a gap and passed TARASCON in the final six ¬ teenth The latter raced forwardly in tlie early running but tired VALERIE WEST ran fairly well IIIKON II tired in the last quarter quarterScratched Scratched 4iillroultnov 110 40272 Charming 10 4li2 S El Malidi 114 45051 Betsy 102 45111 Ina Kay 10S 411375 Thistle Green lOti 41044 Ragnarok 104 THIRD RACE 6 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 119 4 112 Purse 1000 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt i = i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 401 10BAGPIPE w 107 a 4 fiK fis 510 3K J Heupel C N Freeman 1513H 44 4I SYLVANO w 4 112 f 1 4 4 3 F CMtUettiS A Clopton 5DO1 4343 IJOXSTELLE wi 4 110 2 3 23 2 2 = a15 C WhiffnT E Crist 24310 447 2CHALLEXGE w 4 107 7 5 f1 0s G i J Xoeller AV L Saunders lSC2fl10 1 3121ACK K w n 112 7 7 7 7 M Schwtzl A Seregni 577510i 577510iTime Time 24 49 115 1234 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Slanoevre 300 straight 340 place S270 show Ragnarok 2270 place 11S show llagpipe S show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Manoevre Sir to 100 straight 70 to 100 place 35 to 100 show Ragnarok 1035 to 100 place 4110 to 100 show 15agpipe ISO to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Sweeper Hcrodia by Adam trained by J F Richardson bred in France by Mr Herman 15 Duryea DuryeaWent Went to post at 332 At post 2 minutes Start goorl and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing MANOEVRE displayed excellent speed in the going raced I5ONSTELLE into early defeat and woi pulling up RAIJNAROK ran wide on the turns but finished gamely and outstayed RAGPIPE in the Hna drive The latter closed up steadily in the last quarter and finished resolutely SYLVANO was a for ward contender but tired after making a challenge in the stretch run 150NSTELLE showed speed bii quit badly in the last eighth eighthScratched Scratched 10114 The ISelgian II 117 4IU45 Margery 10 fOerQQ FOURTH RACE 5 12 Furlongs April 2 1917 107 3 100 Purse 1000 3year TtOOtFt olds Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Vi i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str 448ifi BETSIXDA w 89 3 2 1 = 1 P 1 F Hunt W Fenwick 51510 4il2SATAXA wi 109 2 3 2 2 2s 23 J RodseiG E Webb 3145101 31451014327RAGAXXA 4327RAGAXXA w 9S 1 11 8 fi = 44 3s C Ponce G Peterson 300KM 44811 BRIGHT GOLD 10011 5 fi Cl 4s F CHilettiW V Casey 2M5KK 2M5KK4fia 4fia 2VHO CARES 107 9 7 4i 5 C WhiffrK B Holmes 4rlO 14820 MARTHA LUCKT w 100 7 4 f 4 = 5i fi F Bryson P Harding 12310f 12310f4il51 4il51 HACKAMORE w 107 5 fi 7i 7i 7 = R Pauley K G Jones 5fi 0 IOC IOC4i352AXXABELLE 4i352AXXABELLE w 100 fi S ill OJ S 8 E Fator Boughsman tS55lOt 4 227OLD RED wn 103 49 11 11 11 9 J Heupel C H Spraguo 1 4 21ISSLGARM1XT wr 107 S 1 3h S 9 105 1 Williams McDonald nOO10 4C288 FLYING FROG wii 10S 10 10 10 10 10 11 G Walls P Leydecker lirSr10 lirSr10tMutuel tMutuel field Time 24 49 103 110 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Itetsinda 1230 straight 700 place 370 show Satana 2020 place 1010 show 0 show showequivalent equivalent booking odds Petsinda r15 to 100 straight 250 to 100 place 85 to 100 show Satana OK to 100 place 405 to 100 show Ragazxa Ml to 100 show Winning Witch by Itroomstick trained by W Fenwick bred by Mr John JohnWent Went 1o post at 4OS At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing 15ETSINDA flvored by her light weight raced into the lead in the first eighth held syay to the end and won easing up SATANA raced in nearest pursuit and finished gamely RAUAZ1CA was pinchcil initially improved her position on the inside ul easily passed IIRICHT GOLD in the last eighth The latter tired after going well for liveeighths liveeighthsMARTHA WHO CARES could never get up MARTHA LCCKETT quit as if short STCARMINT tioundered in i iScratched going Scratched 4li712Iomiiiican 102 4ii3273Kirali 102 Overweights Salami 1 pound Hackainore 1 Old Red 1 Snga FIFTH RACE 78 Mile Nov 21 1910 126 4 110 Martha Washington Purse Purse 1500 3yearolds and upward Fillies and Mares Allowances Net value ti winner 1100 second 300 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 11821 WOOD VIOLET wn 5 103 5 2 21 2 3 3 1 J Xoeller J B Dahlgren 21r100 21r1004i743TAILOR 4i743TAILOR MAID wit 4 101 4 4 4 2 21 2A F CltiiettiG W Atkinson 70100 434 COBALT LASS wi 5 109 1 31 43 41 31 J RodVcsJ Arthur fiiO100 4 2173QUKKX BLOXDE wn 1 105 3 fi fi G C 5 4 AV Obert C W Gasser 1300100 40413 ALLIVAX w 3 101 2 111 I1 1 1 5 C WhittnWinous Point Stable 405101 40292 AXTOIXETTE wis 4 10f 4 r 5 C fi J Heupel M R Pons 0390100 Time 25s 50 117 131 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Wood Violet 1470 straight 1050 place 520 show Tailor Maid 320 place show Wood Violet 2135 to 100 straight 425 to 100 place 100 to 100 show Tailor TailorMaid Maid 00 to 100 place 20 to 100 show Cobalt Lass id to 101 show showWinner Winner Ch m by Trap Rock Woodvine by Magnet izer trained by M Ilackett bred by Mr August Belllioilt BelllioiltWent Went to post at 441 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same WOOD VIOLET after Iwing saved behind the leader until straightened out in the stretch drew clear when called on but tired and just lasted long enough to withstand TAILOR MAIDS challenge The latter Mulshed with a belated rush through the last eighth COBALT LASS prominent from the start finished gamely under punishment QIEIN BLONDE began llatfooted and closed up ground but could never overtake the leaders ALLIVAN quit badly after going threequarters in the lead leadScratched Scratched 478 = Rubidium 3 3Overweights Overweights Cobalt Lass 2 pounds Alllvan 4 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards April 10 1919 145 4 107 Purse 1000 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt A te Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Oddi Strt 3EXTIMEXTAL w 4 IOC 7 2 1 1 1J 1J ih A RiehcrkAV M Rawson 12Ci BOGART 11110 2 fi 5 Ss CJ C 2 k M SchwtzB E Chapman 1045100 48381 TOM BROOKS wn 4 10 1 7 fil S 5 3 C Ponce It Roseacher 7923100 79231004G15G 4G15G JUANITA III wit 5 109 8 1 2 3 = 3J 3 4 J RodxezJ Arthur 1300100 13001004iri87HANDFULL 4iri87HANDFULL w 7 110 3 S 4 2i 2 2 5i F Bryson R V Haymaker 83100 831004G588 4G588 BEX HAMPSOX wslt C 111 C 4 31 4 4i 4 C1 T PargtonJ J Fa hey 1000100 10001004G415WILLDO 4G415WILLDO w 7 106 9 u 7 71 71 1 C AVhiff nK B Holmes 120100 1201004G13G 4G13G CAPT HODGE ws 5 111 5 9 8s 5i a1 85 So J Zoeller I F Wasner 241E100 241E1004G374 4G374 BLUE THISTLEwsn 11 111 4 8 9 9 9 9 P L Morris W Cahlll 12SO100 12SO100Time Time 25 52 120 148 154 Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Sentimental 2730 straight 1000 place 7fiO show Rogart 1120 place 700 nhow Tom Hrooks 30t0 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Sentimental 1205 to 100 straight 445 to 100 place 280 to 100 show Bogart 4 0 to 100 place 250 to 100 show Tom Hrooks 1445 to 100 sliow sliowWinner Winner 15 f by Marathon Animosity by Star Ruby trained by F Harrington bred by Mr Jerome 15 Respess RespessWent Went to post at 513 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third tlie same SENTIMENTAL set a good pace withstood repeated challenges and held on gamely in the final drive I5OOART was shulHed back on the backstretch but finished fast and gaining TOM I5ROOKS ran well and finished with a rush 4 1 ANITA IH ran a go6d race IIANDFULL was cut off several times when trying to get through HEX JIAMPSOX tired SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards April 10 1919 145 4 107 Purse 1000 4yearolds and upward Claiming Not valuo to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt V4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 45228 = MALLOWMOT W G 10G 5 2 1 1 1 1 1 J Judge P G Magnl C995100 46395 KIXGLIXG II wn 7 110 8 G 21 2 2J 2J 2J L Morris J P Mayberry 34V100 34V1004G238 4G238 PRUXES w 5 110 G 4 3l 3l 31 31 3 C WhiffnT B Crist 120100 46312 CRUMPSAlil w C 115 3 3 Ci 7l Ci u3 4 J RodBezDosorls Stable 20100 201004G 4G 88 SEM STAI WRT WK 7 111 7 8 7 a2 4 4 = 5 F Bryson D Montour 3490lOrt 3490lOrt4G4142CHICK 4G4142CHICK BARKLEY w a 115 9 7 5l 4 SJ fi 6J G Walls P J Miles 755100 44817 DALROSE w 5 IOC 1 5 9 9 9 84 71 W Obert M Jordan a7fin100 40155 ARBITRATOR ws G 111 2 9 8s S3 7s 72 S = C Jackson M P Mount N JlWlOO 4G332 BOB BAKER w 4 IOC 4 1 4l ijl S1 9 9 R Mason P T Purcell 8310100 8310100Time Time 26 51 i 117 147 l53 i Track muddy 2 mutuels paid Mallowmot 141SI straight 3520 place C0 show Kingling II 520 jdace 300 show Prunes 270 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Mallowmot 1005 to 100 straight IfifiO to 100 place 3SO to 100 show King ling II IfiO to 100 pface 50 to 100 show Prunes 35 to 100 show Winner Rr g by Cederstromt Kitsilas by Kitimat trained by W M Ryan bred by Mr W J Taylor Went to post at 545 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing MALLOWMOT rushed into the lead on the tirst turn held on gamely under punishment and out ¬ stayed KINGLING II in the tlnal drive KlNfJLINl II was prominent throughout and outstayed PRUNES lit the finish The latter was on the inside in the early running in the deepest going and fin ¬ ished gamely oh the outside CRIMPSALL closed a big gap in the stretch Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Saturday March 27 1920 Flftysecond day Lower California Jockey Clul Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J Rose L Wing J W Coffrotl Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary W W Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p m Chicago time 400 4004fiiRQ 4fiiRQ First Race 5 12 Furlongs June 2 xvuoo 1916 105V 3 118 Purse 40C 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value t winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd Iml Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4G 20 Candelaria 104 12 C Buell IfiiOlC IfiiOlC4ir 4ir 7 7sLion sLion 114 2J 1 Duggan 5001C 40482 Pnee Direct 111 E Smith 10GOK 10GOK4G5G4 4G5G4 Miss HerrmnlOS 4 = i W Hinphy TfiOK 4054 Red Cloud 111 5 R Carter 2SJOlf 4 573 Roy Johnnie 111 6 C Gross 41010 410104G5 4G5 2MIss Kruff 109 7 W Molntyre 1SO1C 2 mntuels paid Candelaria 3440 straight 2800 place 8 0 show Lion S520 place 38 show Prince Direct 080 show showTime Time 2G 53 107 114 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner A Lunds ch m 5 by Von Tromp Candlewick by Candlemas trained by 0 Neal bred by Mr Parker Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 202 Off at once Start gooi and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Miss Krug 1 pound dfi iQft Second Race 5 12 Furlongs June 2 Uc 7V 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value ti winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4 5 i Jean K 10 I4 C Thompson r nO10 4Gr 703Maud Smith 109 2J R Carter filOin 4 ilIaily Kileen 109 ij W Hinphy 5SO10 4G571 Old HomestdlOfi 4s C McCorkle HXW10 4i 4ll Prospero SonlOfi 51 C Duggan 3010 4057 1 Mineral Jim 111 fi1 P Martinez 20010 40570 MasFrnklin 111 7 R Guy 275010 2 mutuels paid Jean K 1300 straight 08i place 4 fill show Malid Smith 520 place 421 show Lady Eileen 480 show showTime Time 26 53 107 114 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner J Kerns b in 5 by Helmet What Left by Wadsworth trained by W Kern bred b Mr J 1 Stevens StevensWent Went to post at 225 Off at once Star good and slow Won easily second and third driv ing ingOverweights Overweights Maud Smith 2 pounds hird Race 34 Mile Dec 20 191C 111 3 110 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winne 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 453GShort Stop 119 1 = T Miilcahy 14011 140114f 4f 72 Sleeth 109 2i W Melntyre 192011 1920114G572Scarpia 4G572Scarpia II 104 3 = 1 C Duggan 2010 20104G572 4G572 Mex 109 47 E Smith 4150104G5GGSarasoti 415010 41HO104G5GGSarasoti 4G5GGSarasoti 11 f P Marline 4fOIfl4G5GG 4fOIfl 4G5GG Divland 104 C McCorkle 70010 2 mutuels paid Short Stop 480 straight 40 place 280 show Sleeth 1100 place 480 show Searpia II 240 show showTime Time 26 52 121 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner Richards Jiskens b g 5 by Oarr Herrmann Little Nell by Cederstrome trained b C C Richards bred by Mr J Howard Lewis LewisWent Went to post at 24 At post 1 minute Star good anil slow Won easily second and thin driving drivingOverweights Overweights Sleeth 1 pound dfi Q9 Fourth Race 4 12 Furlongs Jan 31 ± V JV 1920 54 6 114 Initial Sprini Sprint Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Ne1 value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight StraightCorncutter Corncutter 114 lt P Martinez tSiMX 4G537 TdHonneur 11 2 1 Frach S401CK S401CK4fi537sBurRoyne 4fi537sBurRoyne 107 3s D Connelly W1X W1X4r 4r 5033Hamilton A 114 4JJ W Hinphy KQW 44209 Dickie AV 114 S R Carter SSW10i SSW10i4G553Riposti 4G553Riposti H 6 W Mclntyre 1 fCoiipled in betting as C I Irwin entry 2 mutuel paid Irwin entry ii straight 34 place 220 show Tableau dHonneiir 580 place 220 show Iturgoyne 220 show showTime Time 25 25s s 52s 59 5 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner C 1 Irwins hr g 0 by Corrigan Irasscntter by St Carlo trained by A Rick brei by Mr C H Irwin IrwinWent Went to post at 311 At post 1 minute Star good and slow Won driving second and third tin Lfi Q Fifth Race 1 116 Miles June 24 tUtJQ 1916 145 3 110 Purse 500 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G57WBofBlarney 4G57WBofBlarney 105 lk P Martinez S1010 4G573ChoIrMster 112 2i C Thompson 47010 4G574IVermak 112 J Frach 24010 240104irii2D 4irii2D ruble Van S 4s C Duggan 1GO100 1GO1004G74MedfordBoy 4G74MedfordBoy 112 5 E Smtli wiOlOO wiOlOOf2 f2 mntuels paid Pit of Ilarney 1820 straight JSOO place SO show Choir Master iOO place 320 show Vorniak 200 show Time 25 52 121 152 159 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner C It Irwins b m 5 by Cunard Melton Mowbray by Melton trained by A Kick bred by Mr Edward R Bradley BradleyWent Went to post at 342 OfT at once Start good mil slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Hit of Ilarney 5 pounds Double Van 1 Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191C 59 3 97 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight4G538Xindo 4G538Xindo 114 I1 J Mulcahey 270100 27010040r 40r 2G ClrtheWay 109 2 C Buell 7PO1HO 7PO1HO4Gi38MissStathem 4Gi38MissStathem 103 31 C McCorkle 2701M 4G572Ogden Girl 104 4s E Taylor ClC100 ClC1004G56 4G56 = Damly Van 10 5s E Smith 730100 7301004G581 4G581 ColRkinBe 111 fi T Cummings 10lpO 4Gr 693Yukon 107 7 P Martinez 730100 2 mutuels paid Zindo 740 straight 340 place 5320 show Clear the Way i80 place 440 show Miss Stathem 320 show showTime Time 25 52 106 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner J L Wades br c 3 by Waldo Ziiula y Woolsthorpe trained by R Campbell bred by Ur J Prather PratherWent Went to post at 411 Off at once Start good niil slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Dandy Van 1 pound Yukon 3 59 3 97 Purse 400 3 year Ids and upward Claiming Net value to winner winneriSOO iSOO second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsTnd Tnd Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight StraightIG513 IG513 Crispie 115 1 = 1 P Martinez 4X100 404 r KliiR Dick 120 2 ° B Plnncgar 80100 G513 = Curlicue 112 3 C McCorkle UOlOO UOlOOG453 G453 Tiajan 111 4J E Taylor 3580100 3580100G308 G308 Tom Goose 111 5 R iLowe 1G30100 2 mutuels paid Crispie 10 50 straightv 280 place 220 show King Dick 2507laci 220 show Curlicue 220 show showTime Time 25 5 52 107 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner C B Irwins b m 7 iby HapshurK Stannel by Himyar trained by A Rickj bred by Mr J II McCarren Went to post at 438 Off at once Start good and slow Won easily secoud and third driving Two More Horses Die At Lexington: Dr. Levy and Lady Leons Pass Away After Arriving From New Orleans--Latest Gossip. TWO MORE HORSES DIE AT LEXINGTON Dr Levy and Lady Leona Pass Away After Arriving From New Orleans Latest Gossip LEXINOTON Ky April 2 Two more of tho horses shipped up from New Orleans are dead at the Kentucky Jockey Club track They are Dr I evy and Lady l oiia the former the property of Smith O liaker ami the latter belonging to Pat Dunne Dr Levy was a fiveyearold chestnut gelding by Marathon Attentive and Lady Leona a sixyearold bay mare by Peep oDay Battle Walker It was intended to mate Lady l ona to Under Fire FireTlie Tlie good twoyearold brown colt by Dick Fin nell Mileage by Rock Sand in the stable of Oallaher Rros is much better today and it now is believed that hi will recover recoverThe The track was muddy today though tho weather is bright and the gallops were generally at a twominute clip clipGeneral General manager Matt J Winu of the Kentucky Jockey Club is to be here tomorrow tomorrowJudge Judge William H Shelley who was expected to ¬ day phoned over from Louisville that he will be here Monday or Tuesday TuesdayCol Col K L Raker will be home Tuesday afternoon from Hot Springs He writes that he is greatly improved as a result of his sojouni at the southern Spa SpaChairman Chairman J N Camden of the Kentucky stati racing commission has returned to his home at Versailles He also was at Hot Springs SpringsK K F Simms left last night for Houston Texas after having spent a couple of days at Xalapa Farm in Itoiirbun County Thus far he has there eleven living foals as follows Filly by Spanish Prince Wainiiiiioineii colt by Star Shoot Elmaha filly by Ogden Helen Marie colt by Theo Cixik Cowl filly by Star Shoot Dismiss filly by reat Britain Lauretta colt by McOee Rose Leaves fillv bv Delhi Mixed Colors filly by Theo Cook Curve filly by Theo Cook Ituseli and a filly by Houfless lane Frances Moinen Star slipped twins to Theo Cook and Blue Plums colt by Theo Cook died two days after foaling foalingJohn John S Wallace who spent the winter at Havana in an official capacity arrived homo last night nightA A IJ Hancock today stated that thus far there are thirtyseven foals at his Ellerslie and Chii borne Studs of which twenty two are colts and fifteen fillies There are eleven colts and two fillies by the dead sire Celt The latest foal at laihnrne is a brown colt by Hilarious Darling bv Martinet Hester W Little Flower the dam of Hoots foaled a chestnut colt by Celt at Ellerslie and will be bred to Wrack WrackTo To date there are nine foals at Major August Ilelmonts Nursery Stud of which six are fillies filliesThe The first of the get of the English stallion Wormleighton has arrived at S C Lines Larch mont Farm It is si chestnut colt son of Daisy Iliitt a daughter of Marta Santa SantaCallaher Callaher Bros good mare Royal Captive by Golden Maxim foaled a chestnut colt this morning by Ballot at S K Nichols Spring Valley Farm where also Mr Nichols Day Dream by Ballot has a chestnut colt by Dick Finnell Answers To Queries. ANSWERS TO QUERIES J L K Kansas City Mo Tlie Kentucky Dirb will be run on Saturday May 8 8W W K B Toronto Out The greatest weight ever carried in the Grand National Steeplechase was 184 pounds in 1801 by LAfricaine and the greatest weight ever allotted was 185 pounds to Cloister in 1895 Statement STATEMENT of tlie ownership management circulation etc re ¬ quired by the Act of Congress of August 24JM2 of Daily Racing Form published daily except Mon ¬ day at Chicago Illinois for April 1 1020 State of Illinois County of Cook ss Before me a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid personally appeared Jennie It Brunei who having been duly sworn according to law deposes and says that she is the secretary ot the Daily Racing Form and that the following is to the best of her knowledge and belief a true statement of the ownership management and if a daily paper the circulation etc of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption required by the Act of August 24 1112 embodied in seetion 443 Postal laws and Regulations printed on the reverse of this form to wit 1 That the names and addresses of the pub ¬ lisher editor managing editor and business man ¬ ager are arePublisher Publisher Daily Racing Form Pub Co Chicago Illinois IllinoisEditor Editor Frank II Brunell Evanston Illinois Managing Editor C C Itiley Oak Park Illinois Business Manager Jennie B Brunell Evanstou Illinois 2 That the owners are Give names and ad ¬ dresses of individual owners or if a corporation give its name and the names and addresses i C stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or mi r of the total amount of stock stockFrank Frank H Brunell Evanstou Illinois Jennie B Brunell Kvanston Illinois Marion B Wilson Kenilworth Illinois I That the known bondholders mortgagees and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds mortgages or other securities are There are none 4 That the two paragraphs next above giving the names of the owners stockholders and security holders if any contain not only ihe list of stock ¬ holders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company but also in eases where the stockholder or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation the name of the person or cor ¬ poration for whom such trustee is acting is given also that the said two paragraphs contain state ¬ ments embracing affiants full knowledge and be ¬ lief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a liona fide owner and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person association or corporation lias any interest direct or indirect in the said stock bonds or other securities than as so stated by her 5 That the average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed through the mails or otherwise to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above i 12315 This information is required from daily publications only onlyJENNIE JENNIE B BRlNELL Business Manager Sworn to and subscribed nfore me this 31st day of March 1120 HENRY F WILL WILLMy My commission expires July 1922 Page 4 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, April 3. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Saturday April 3 3WEATHER WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK HEAVY TTho figures under tlio heading Rec in the entries below show the host time of each horse it the distance since January 1 1917 no matter j where it finished In cases where record was iriade on other than a fast or good track j jabbreviations abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 130 p in Chicago time 130 Superior mini runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance allowanceFirst First Race 12 Mile MileItowie Itowie Jtiuiur Purse PurseUyearrdds Uyearrdds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record Aiiril 3 IllS 4S l llii lliiTodays Todays TodaysInd Ind Horse AVt Itcc AAVtHan AAVtHaniiri iiri J2 Itepeat IIISXTLT Unit Panhandler 117 48 118X720 40211 Kaby Grand IDS IS 118X715 118X715413SO 413SO Omer K 112 rSlifli 1117in 1117in4C311 4C311 Madeline Lillian 101 4J lirXlO lirXlOICOI2 ICOI2 Mogens IKS 710 710lMH lMH Pliiribus 10S 48V lll70i 40101 Morning Face Face4i3ll 100 40 4i3ll Ky Opener 113 4 luTiSi Tntt M 110 40 Second Race 5 1 2 Furlongs FurlongsExpectation Expectation Purse 3yoarolds Allowanres Track record April 1 1I17 107 3 110 110iKx7r HH11 Tattle lo5 107 iKx7r iKx7r108X720 113 IS3 AVeary 107 108 108X720 4i327 = Kirah 101 107 = 108X71 4i270 The Archer 113X71I IC391 Challenger 113X710 Kill Kiddle M 111 110 10X710 4 1lStii ISti American 1oy 110 1OS 1OS437ir 113X70 43715 Calvert 111 lllfm llli 70 lt371 Enrico Caruso 1PJ 100 f 115X700 13013 Ur Hall 107 108 113J700 41007 Plummet 111 700 Third Race C 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Claiming Track record Xov 20 117 11 l IinS Poacher IOC lil r 4ISVAS P iistclle 1 1IJS10 IJS10 tlinroch lir 1L2 4 1111 Franklin 7 Wt Roc AWtHan 44S1M tProom Peddler 100 1 1 = 5U3 4050S Jack K 5 10Sx715 10Sx7154C301 4C301 Pokey Jane 3 03 700 fC C Smithson and J W Pean entry Fourth iRacc 5 12 Furlongs FurlongsToboggan Toboggan Handicap 3yearolds and upward upwardTrack Track record April 2 1917 107 3 100 4C5S1 ARRAH GO ON 115 110 im 7 10SX750 10SX7504ti83 4ti83 Arrowhead 110 105 i 3104X740 3104X740447SI5 447SI5 Midnight Sun 5 114X735 on Tildes Lassie 111 10 105 4 10SX735 Yoiineed 107 105ior lion 4 lliX730 IC584 Kill McCloy ior ioi f 5 KM 730 730I4liis I4liis Veteran 00 Ii09 4 101 725 725Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Xov 30 1915 14373 1 107 4IUSS Iorcas 7 101 71 71I 4J200 Frauk Monroe 111 l4K fs I 1 00X720 4 r S 3 Tantalus 10 145 4 111X71 4iiS Cain de Ciillst Ciillst4ir8 04 l47r 3 X7t 4ir8 Hong Kong 115 14 r 4 111X710 KirHiS Mistress Polly Polly4U1SG 101 148 If 1015X70 4U1SG Fleer 101 147 3 101X703 Sixth Race 1 1lGKiles 4yearolds and upward Claiming Tricjc record Xov 14S 1 115 4HT S Waterproof 111 147 8 107071 4IKWS Pilsen 11 148 h 5 10 IX 710 4155SS Xapthalius 11 147 1 iUlX7l3 4C507 P rrish 104 104147 147 5 5105x7 5105x74C5NS 105X71 4C5NS Cj pital City 108 108147 147 5 105 7 74i5SS 710 45SS K iig ng Xeptunc 1 11 15 1 l4i li 7 10I7 10J0710 10J0710II 40305 M ddliiig Miss II 00 149 5 0507 5700 43JI70 Al stral 8 l4i l4iSeventh Seventh Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards Yards3yiarolds 3yiarolds anil upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Xov 30 1915 11373 4 109 40587 Tiger Hose 4 103X715 4C587 Tit for Tat 5 105X7 0 41507 Sungold r 115X715 45587 Pengali 7 111 715 4 301 IoherXalrei 3 05X710 1C344 Le IJIcuet 3 SIS X 710 4li5S7 Marmite 4 103X705 103X705Ill 45ill Pogarl Ill 141 11 111x700 4C305 = Sophia Gatewi Bowie Jockey Percentages. HOAVJI3 IOCKI3Y PBUCKXTXGKS lroiu Iinuiry J 1J1 to 3Iaruh 1 1 O 1 Jockey JockeyCarmody Mts 1st Carmody T 384 05 Xuklius A Yliitfingtoii C CColtiletti Coltiletti F Troxler K Pickens A 310 rs Hut well J 315 SJ Kelsay W Wriixton 414 58 riixton M 354 r4 Dominick 1 140 Il Fa tor i 1 3 15 Stifling I 375 41 Pierce 1 371 45 Drever 7 315 41 Myers II 4S i I Morris I 100 1 Williams J 05 1i liodrigucz J 554 Xoeller J 110 Parringlon T 113 Hurke 1 II 101 11 liell J Mooney 1 liclicreek A 420 4 Metcalf J J41 14 llaynes K 102 10 McTaggart J 101 10 Hunt F 134 13 Murphy F 172 Hi Walls G J01 fl At or Over OverAVt Jockey JockeyOliert AVt Mts 1st Oliert W 105 McCrann It 105 105IOC Mountain M IOC i34 22 22HIS Pauley It HIS 171 15 151V2 Connors 1 1V2 153 14 Weiner F 92 Hileman K 1 10 1 9 14 Kirsclibaum C 111 il 5 Hoffler 1 93 i5 5 Corey O 105 201 21 2110S Hanover J 10S 181 13 13KM Sniidniaii S KM 77 20 lleupcl J 101 12i 7 Smith F 105 178 0 0OC Crswell 1 OC SO 4 Oiirrigun C 102 21 1 McDermott It 107 10 1 Ponce C 07 3S Miller C Wakoff II Itomanelli It Judge J Itryson F 05 Ji Jackson C 109 1 57 Schwartz M 85 12 Hopkins I 102 l Iogauowski W 102 14 Cilbert C Sims A First Race [1st Bowie] FIRST RACE 12 Mile Bowie Junior Purse 2yearolds Allowances April 5 1918 48 2 Index Course Hist TimeTckOdds AVt St U Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish FinishREPEAT REPEAT b f 2 103 By Onnondalc Copyist by The Scribo ScriboTrainer Trainer S A Clopton Owner S A Clopton 45925 Jefsou 31 f 45ilivy 45 106 1 1 1 = 1s F Cltiletti 4 Auntie May Joe Tag AVauatah AVauatah4r7C9 4r7C9 FGnds 3S 35fast 2J 1111 2 1 F Cltiletti 8 Morn Face Petunia JoeGodman 45701 FGnds 3S 35goodl35 112 4 25 H Troxler 9 Get Em Morning Face Aoorin 45172 FGnds 3S 37 slow 3i 112 1 4 33 li Troxlcr 11 Marg Uixon Joi Tag Get Em 45112 FGnds 38 36 slow 1320 102 4 3 33 F Cltiletti 7 Joi Tag Kiinmic Mackeluaine 45315 FGnds 38 37shvy 1 102 1 I5 I5 F Cltiletti 5 Uumiite XoFeoling JoeGoodman PANHANDLER h c 2 118 By Peter Pan PanTrainer PanrAdroit by Broomstick Trainer A D Worley Oxvner J II Eiff IClKJ Havana 11 ISiifast 12 117 C 1 11 1 AV lirown Vie Muuoz lt j 4 iXi llavanu s 3vfist 45 IK 3 4 l k I1 W Crump 5 Dorothy Lit Pointer Felix M 4iS02 Havana s sr fast c lie o 3 2 AV Gargan 5 JeanCorey GAgramte Painter 45GL7 Havana 3S 37 hvy 1 112 4 3 3 1 AV Gurgun 5 Little Pointer Dorothy Felix M BABY GRAND 1 c 2 By Granite Babe by McGce Trainer C F Clark Owner J H Louchcim 40212 Jefson 1 1 Il Il J Koilsez 5 Petunia LucyKate Hts 1oint 46113 Jefson 1 14COJ2 12 4Ssood j osi i 2 I1 I 1 ItodKex J 15 Valet Mackeluaine KOpener 4COJ2 Jofson 3 31 31455S7 f 42fast lSi3 113 0 03S C t1 3 J Kodgez 0 Mogens Pluribus Mach Gunner 455S7 FGMs 3 3S 3C3livy 40 112 4 43S = 3i W Lilley 8 QQfTniuips Whippet JGdmau 45518 FGnds 3 3OMER 3S 27 mud 50 103 3 5i l F Smith S JotTag S Springs MargDixoc MargDixocBy OMER K b c 2 By Beach Comber Degenerate by Tenny Trainer C Buxton Owner J Coburn lCSIt Jpfson f SlVsfaat 41 113 f 4 1 1 J Lyke 0 Loch Leven JoeOoodman Oh Yes 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Cmpagne SkyUIue QofTrumpa QofTrumpaS1 452G5 FGnds 3S 25 = ifast 12 115 8 S1 75i J Metcalf 0 Cointreau Oh Yes Q of Trumps 3IOGENS b c 2 113 By Dr lejrgo Priceless Jewel by Plaudit PlauditTrainer Trainer C W Carroll 0vncr Southland Stable 45012 Jefson 31 f 42fast 7 115 1 1 I1 1s J Metcalf 0 Plurilms 15 Grand Mac Gunner GunnerPLTTRI3US PLTTRI3US ch c 2 114 By Pluvious Sylvita by Electioneer Trainer T J Shannon Owner T W OB rien rien4G1SO 4G1SO Jefson SJ f 42 fast 12 113 2 1 1 1 It Troxler 8 M Gunner Trompcur W or Quit 40109 Jerson 12 47i fast 3 10S 1 2 2C 21 AV Kelsay 7 Tenite Petunia lien Valet Valet4G012 4G012 Jufosn 31 f 42fast 115 115 0 7 53 23 W Kelsay 0 Mogens IJabyGrand MacGunner MacGunnerHORNING HORNING FACE b f 2 108 By The Picket Mary King by Fatherless FatherlessTrainer Trainer W B Kitchell Owner T H Wilson Wilson4C101Icrson 4C101Icrson 12 49 goo l 135 10S1 5 4 1J J Rodgez S ADeda JGoodman Mckeluainc Mckeluainc4G1SO 4G1SO Jefson Si f 43 iooil 1 107 2 1 1s lk J Howard 11 Lucy 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77 77KIRAH s J uoa gcz i Ioutynndd Lunetta KaJJipoIia KIRAH ch f 3 108 108Trainer By Astronomer Mary Greenwood by iFaltetto Trainer A Zimmer Owner J M Zimmer 4C327 Jefson 5J f l09 hvy 165 108 4 44 4G2G7 Jefson 34117 slow 12 107 1 11 46213 Jefson 3i4 l14fast 1Q 105 1 7 9 46131 Jefson 51 f 109 good 1 106 1 33 4G03S Jefson 34114 Bood20 99 1 1 1 3J 3 J A RichcrKll Ablaze L Urumuiel lra = Wil3on 45U41 Jefson 34119 hvy 3J 90 2 1 1 2 li F Cltilettill Uarley Water Midia Buck Shot 45668 FGnda 341177 hy 6 1092 3 6 9JIOJ E AmbrselO Inquiry Grove A Maiz Maize MaizeBy THE ARCHER b g 3 113 113Trainer By Uncle Busy Lass by Meddler Trainer A G Blakeley Owner T H Cross 4G270 Jefson 1 11 C l48hslow 4 107 4 7 7 7 7 719 J Mooney 7 Simpleton Bread Man Allinui 46173 Jefson 34 l17hvy 1S5 102 6 5 35 5 4 = 3i J Mooney 8 Anticipate AVho Cares Sllclene 45979 Jefson I 116 pood 3i 112 5 3 31 1 iu iii I LyUe 13 Peccant II y Weapon UilJcans 45771 FGnds 34 l133ifast 20 101 G 10 9 93 614 Ar Obert 10 Alula Allivau Ace 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7 112 2 2 3 4 3i 44 J Rodgez 7 Gold Hoy J C Stone Sky Pilot 46133 Jefson Im70y l Gsood 10 113 5 6 7 7 7 7l AV AAright 7 OnlUgh Kimpnlong M Gingham 45931 Jefson Im70y 152 hvy 4 103 6 3 3 3 3 35 A Richcrk 7 Keep Prunes Deckmate 45638 FGnda 1 116 l5G hvy 4 100 764 4 2 3 = 1 J Pierce 7 Q Blonde AAads Last Toddler Toddlerlh 15592 FGds 1 14 214 hvy lh li S Boyle 7 Tanlac CaptHodge BrFavorite 45522 FGnds 1 18 l564 mud 2 2 F Cltiletti 8 Dottio AantHrer TanlncPlt MEDDLING MISS ch m 6 95 By Tony Boncro Busy Miss by Meddler MeddlerTrainer Trainer L M Holmes Owner L M Holmes Holmes4C395 4C395 Jefson 1 1S l543sfast 3J l7 3111 S1 lli8 J Mooney It Kgling II Redstart SGatewd 46070 Jefson 51 f l07fast 25 106 9 99 9i 94 J Heupel 12 Langilen Harrys Pet General 15813 FGnds 34 l16V3hvy S 110 2 45 61 STJ T Pargtonl General AVall Street Korfhage Korfhage455SS 455SS FGds 31 l16hvy 12 113 3 22 2 41 T PartonlU Mose Hlaisc Geo AVashlngton 45465 FGnds 1 116 152 hvy 8 105 3 2 2 3 4 4 i J Heupel 9 Jack K Hajazet HcownFavorite 45385 FGnds 1 110 153 hvy 135 104 1 2 2 2 Ol S2 J Pierce S Poilu Goldcrest Boy Parrish ParrishAUSTRAL AUSTRAL b g 5 102 By Dalhousie Australina by Montana MontanaTrainer Trainer F Harrington Owner R Goodlow 3970 HdeGce 1 14 2U7 slow 53 101 4 1 0 4 63 R Denyse 11 AVaterAVar LitCottage Zinnia 3S74 HdeGce 1 14 2OTfast 50 105 3 11 11 7 81 r8 AV Obert 1U Thrift Jack Mount Toddler Toddler43S2C 43S2C HdeGce 1 14 2OSfast 107 2 S 5 3 4l 4 ° R Denyse S Thrift Dalrose Boxer 43721 HdeGce 114211 mud 13 111 3 = R Denyse S Thrift Romeo Col Aalcntiiie 4200 Empire 1 116 l53Mhvy 40 108 G G 5 4 43 3 R Denyse G Cpnsciile AlbertA TallorMaid 43175 Empire 1 1S l50imud 50 lt7 G 6 0 G 6 O21 R Denyse G Mist Polly lohiilDay Conduit 42739 Clksber 1 116 l19fast 113 5 D Stirling 5 AVodan J AV Klein MMachree Seventh Race [7th Bowie] SEVENTH RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards 3yearolds and upward Claiming Nov 30 1915 143 4 107 TIGER ROSE br f 4 103 103Trainer By Bannockburn Sebastiana by Foul Shot Trainer J Robertson Owner J Robertson 46587 Bowie 7S 12H4G32S 12H fast 13 lt 7 5 S 6 i = 4 = D Hopklnsl Handful MiiiiiJnmbo SayAVhen 4G32S Tefson 34 116 116462SS llGVfchvy 1S5 li7 2 11 2 3 D HnpkinslO AAlexdcr General MGngham 462SS Jefson 34 11G hvy G 103 t 1 1 2s 2 D Hopkins 9 Htermanii Cortland MGgham 46132 Jef son 31 115 l15good = 12 112 5 1 1 22 2k J Mooney 11 M Garner A Plotter FranStar 49GG Jefson 34 34118 118 hvy 105 1 5 5 S C D Hopklnsll Aerity Grumb Ina MackGarner 45243 Jefson 1 1 l40ifast 40 30 101 31112 11 II5 H15 D HopkinsM Mtiniho Jumbo Saner Plenty 45179 Jefson 51 f 108 fast 5 109112 12 12 122 11 M Buxton 14 Med Miss FrancStar Pluviada 43026 Jefson 34 114 fast 20 101 9 779 9 C Duggan 9 Hillie H Subahdar Speedster Speedsterb TIT FOR TAT b m 5 106 By Chuctanunda Retaliation by Juvenal Trainer AV J Burke Owner J J Fahey 7 Bowie 7S 120 if ast 21 loo lH 12 i 11111 F Hunt K Handfull MumJumbo SayAVhen 46111 Jefson Im70y 146 fast 6 102 7 4 5 546C4G 4 G = 4J V HeinchPJ IndChant CParkley Hrynlimali 46C4G Jefson 1 116 lCOhvy 3 103 3 4 G G4C197 4 3 23 A Richcrk Hond Le Halafre Itookery 4C197 Jefson Im70y l45 good 7 KGi 1 2 3 3 24 25 AA HeinchlU H Thistle Umbala IndiaiiChant 45971 Tefson 1 316 205 hvy 10 102 1 1 1 2 3 351 A Richcrk S Napthaliift Lucius Hajazet 45917 FGnds 1 110 l504fmud 8 105 148 S 7s G ° AAr Moore 11 AVHHuckner Cabalio Handfull 43S61 FGnds 1 116 l52hvy 8 10G 4 4 4 3s 2i AV Moore lli Scourgemaii LEileen CHarkley 43793 FGnds linOy I4i4jfast 15 111 4 5 4 3 3 H J BurkelU Mab Handfull Nellie AVitwer SUNGOLD b g 5 11G By All Gold Vespers by Himyar Trainer C N Freeman Owner W H Cooper t Bowie 34 ll imul 29 111 1 222 2 1 RodsezlS Onico Ilttahe Tarascim 4GSOS Jefson 34 117 livv C 4 Gr J RodeKl3 Grumpy Le Halafre General 419S6 Jefson 34 l17fhvy 4 108 10 10 10 10 10ls F CltelettilO Jack K General Toombeohi 449SO Jefson 5 f 111 mud 5 104 4 4 25 1 F Cltiletti 12 M Wright Kultur SilShapiro 44S95 Jefson 34 l16slow 7 113 6 5 5 GJX H Stearns 14 KohiNonr MaudHcon InaKay 41321 Latonia Im70y l4G 5good 215 116 1 3 4 6 61 10 J AAilllamsl AVaterford Circulate Parrish 44077 Latonia Im70y l44fast 18 112 6 3 5 4 21 3l J Groth lli Hreeze Jackstraw Redland BENGALI ch g 7 111 Ey Cederstrome Halaspina by Brutus BrutusTrainer Trainer J Boland Owner P G Magni iG5S7 Bowie 7 s l29 ifast 10 111 13 7 7 S 91 9i C AAhiftonl Handfull MumJnmbo SayWhen SayWhen4GM9 4GM9 Jefson 1 116 llS5good 165 107 1 2 2 2 2l 3i AV AVright 9 Courcelles TNighter DRoberts 46115 Tefson 1 116 148 fast 3 107 111 1 21 2 AAf Wright 14 Indolence AVilldo Redstart Redstart451SO 451SO Jefson 1 116 l17fast 10 101 111 1 11 Int S Boyle 9 Hajazet Gold Hoy AVILHckner AVILHckner4FOS1 4FOS1 Jefson Im70y l4GVsfast C 103 1 1 1 1 1 li F Cltilcttiin EarlySight Montague Hefactor 44932 Jefson 34 34114 114 fast 20 109 4 33 2b 3 J Metcalf 111 Ina Kay Aerity Kiugling II 44517 Richmd 58 102 fast 116 IE Smith G Katahdin Aauseon Iron Hoy 41308 Richmd 34 llGV5fast 112 2 E Smith 7 Pntarcde Starcraft Rockaway BOHERNABREENA b f 3 9G 9GTrainer By Lovetie Lillie Hoy by Reliable Trainer T J Shannon Owner F B Capra 4C391 Jefson Im70y l4Gfist 12 98 7 7 5 I 2 2 A Richerk 9 Cortland AValdo Jr Challenger 46291 Jefson 1 11G l51hvy i ICO 4 4 3 2J 2s S AVida 7 Challenger Viola Gaffney Miilia 40267 Jefson 34 117 hvy 20 301 9 5 9 71 Gi F Smith ItKirah Har AVater Col Murphy 46191 Jefson Im70y 148 good IS 1 1 43 4 A RichcrklO RedDomino Challenger IVggyC 46151 Jefson 34116 M 116 fast 20 W6 It 13 10 81 CJ G AValls 11 llackamore A Gaffney RStride 46131 Jefson 51 i1 f 109 good 50 106 9 94C03S 88 S1 5 G Walls 10 Ragazza Flying Frog Plain Hill 4C03S Jefson 34114 good 100 101110 1011104S979 10 10 10 = 10 J Judge 11 Ablaze Lady Hrummel Kirah 4S979 Jefson 34 116 good 100 103112 12 12 13 12IC F Smith I T Archer Peccant IIAVcapon 45193 Jefson 34 113 l13ifast if ast 50 107 8 8LE 9 8 71 7i W Obert 11 151 Jeans Peccant Miss Paruell Paruellc LE BLEUET b c 3 98 98Trainer By Verdun Grand Source by Faucheur Trainer J Arthur Owner J Arthur 4H344 lefson 34 l15hvy 30 jo 5 A Rirhcrk L Hrnni I Anticpate AV Cares 433S2 FGnds 1 145 hvy 50 93 6 6 6 6 6 6 6s = s S AVida G Damask Hone Dry Simpletor 41827 Bowie 61 f l2tfast 39 90 4 7 7 = 6 A Richerk 9 AVeary Sis Helcne Amcri Hoy 44791 Bowie 61 f l21fast 7 106 9 G 5X 6 ° A Richcrklli Hetsiuda PirMcGec FstConsul 44753 Bowie 1 l45sfast 5 90 2 3 2t 4i A Richcrk SisHelene Ireland IirateMcGee 44721 Pimlico 1 112 fast 6 97 S 6 8 7 6 S3 F AAeiner 10 Toiicanet K Chiimpion Ireland MARMITE b f 4 By Sweep Henpeck by Delhi Trainer AV A Burttschell Owner J R Skinker 465S7 Bowie 7S l29ifast 710 103 4111 4111u 1 1 21 6 F Cltilettiir Handful MumJumbo SayAVhen 46237 Jefson u 51 f f4C214 107 fast 20 HI 5 6 666 6 Cl S AVida i Arnold Mahony Ticklish 4C214 Jefson 51 f f4G11G 107 fast 165 109 1 1 11 115S 1 3t 481 J Rodsez S TaLing Talisman Sugarmint 4G11G Jefson 58 584C016 101 good7 lit S 2 2 2 3 AV AAright 11 MaryinMay Trusty JeanBullant 4C016 Jefson 31 314592S l13fast S 101 2 1 11 11nS 1 4 4 = J AV Wright 10 TingaLing Goldvale Poultney 4592S Jefson nS nS1f195 l03hvy 910 107 1 1 11 1 28 2 F Cltiletti 4 Arrowhead TtheMark Lt Seas 1f195 Jefson 31 314f l13tffast 3 105 1 1 11 1 2 2 S Boyle 7 Port Light Bnnstclle Converse 4f OS2 Jefson 31 3144R51 l12fast 10 100 4 3 3 5 53 F Cltiletti r Pananian Mahony St Isidore 44R51 Bowie 1 l43fast 77 110 4 1 1 1 21 4 1 R Simpson 7 Dorcas Q of the Sea AVHdotts BOGART br g 11 111 By Bannockburn Belle AVard by Luke Blackburn Trainer B E Chapman Owner B E Chapman 4I1G01 Bowie Im70y 151 mud 10 110 r 5 S 6 i 6 2 M Schwt 0 Sintimtal THrooks Jnitalli 2 Jef son 1110153 hvy 4 115 1 3 4 I 3 3 C3 J Rodgez S Corson Kingling II Hob Hakcr S2 FGnds 1 116 l49Vffast 115 109 3 5 5 3 3 4nl G Stack S OpitalCity NelAVitwer Lttery 75 FGnds 1 116 l4Sfast 4 112 7 799 9 9 f G 61 5 L Lyke IS Charming Capital City Hajazet i 9 FGnda 1116159 hvy 3 112 244 1 144Sr0 1 IS 21 J Rodgez Hy Sister GcnHyng M Calvin 44Sr0 Bowie 1 110 151 fast 33 116 266 t ti 54 G10 A JohnsonlO Cnimpsall MormoiilOIdor IncIiM 44809 Bowie 1 1S 158 fast 7 112 3 334 3 4 C CSOPHIA 5 53 414 A Johnson 7 Lord Herbert Lucius Arbitrator SOPHIA GATEWOOD br m G 103 103Trainer By RadfordrDetcrmination by Rough and Ready Trainer P J Miles Owner P J Miles 46393 Jtf son 1 rS l51ifast 15 107 11 J 9 I 2 3 It RomelHM Kingling II Redstart Dr Rock Rock4C25 4C25 Jef son 1 3 15 202jfast 5 101 4 564 41AV Bogski 10 Lady Ward Sasin Rookery 46156 Jefson 1 11G 149 fast 20 112 1231 3 3 = 1 AV BogskilT Sia ITrchin Dragon Rock Corson Corson4G136 4G136 Jefson 1 316 203good 10 106 5 357 10101T J Mooney Hi AVaterproof LittleString Aerity 45211 Jefson 1 110 l47fast 185 101 1 G H 7 5 G = S Wida 14 IndianSpring HighVote Cabalio 43097 Jefson 1 310 2011sfnst 5 101 2 1 1 1 4 5n S AVida S Ttipt Hodge Ken Hoy CapCIty 44761 Bowie 1 14 213fast 215 106 4 3 3 3 41 58 F AAeiner G Ilkorymit DCruival FPrmco General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY DAYChicago Chicago cilv finmen virtually left Ihe uestioii f their vliolcsiilo resignations in the hands of Mayor Thompson when they sent a cominittoi headed by their secretary C L Framke to the citv executive asking for an audience with another set of their representatives of which George H Ilargan their pivsiiicnt was to be spokesman On the disposition shown by the mayor to bring about a satisfactory adjustment of tin salary dis ¬ pute depended the action of the fire fighters in handing their resignations to Marshal Thomas OConnor OConnorIn In a cell in the jail at Danville HI sits Hrnard Gordsen an eighteenyearold German lad waiting for a decision from the bureau of immi ¬ gration in AVishingtoi as to what disposition is to be made of him Heruard after enjoying four months of life upon American soil was arrested at Champaign 111 on AVcdnesday by immigration of ¬ ficers from Chicago who had baen searching for him the last two weeks The warrant for his arrest charges illegal entry Into this country countryLieut Lieut Col Robert L Campbell Iuitcd States military attache at the embassy in Mexico City his wife mil m American woman doctor named Paine were attacked by rebels a few miles from Mexico Citv but csiapid through quick work and iiuickness of action the State Department at AVashington was advised yesterday yesterdayAll All but 20 per cent of the railroad owned tugs and steam lighters which railroad representatives assert bring to Xtw York 90 per cent of its food supplies are tied up as a result of the marine workers strike J J Mantcll railroad managers representative announced yesterday yesterdayLieut Lieut Omar Xicgurth Hattle Creek Mich flyer lost in the Florida everglades ten days ago was brought to Arcadia Fla yesterday His condition was such that doctors ordered him to bed for twentyfour hours rest He was not allowed to talk or receive visitors visitorsIn In French circles tin expectation now is that the meeting of th allis supreme council in San Remo Italy will be called for April 19 to 12 Tin Turkish peace deligates it is understood will be invited to present themselves toward the cud of April to receive the peuce terms termsA A shipment of llOHlUOO in gold from Great Hritain arrived at New York yesterday on the Ciinard liner Saxonia making the total received during the week about 0000OnO Two more shipments bringing the total to 10000000 arc epcted soon soonJcla Jcla Kun former Hungarian dictator and his companions who have been in jail at Aicima have ended their hunger strike which began when the Austrian government refilled to consider their de ¬ mand for freedom according to the newspaper Abend AbendCharges Charges that the English government had in ¬ dulged in reckless extravagance at the pence con ferencc in Paris have been made in connection with its bill of triOSSSS about SlG3liOOO for the expenses of tin Hritish dflcgation dflcgationPremier Premier Mara of Japan has officially announced hat Japanese forces in Siberia will not be with ¬ drawn 1111111 the situation clears according to a Tokyo cable today to tlic Nippu Jiji a Japanese VtnJncular jiewspaper at Honolulu California Waters' Rare Fish: Many of the Immense Swarms in the Pacific Virtually Unknown. CALIFORNIA WATERS RARE FISH Many of the Immense Swarms in the Pacific Virtually Unknown That California is still ignorant of the vast resources of tin sea is evidenced by the large number of tropical fish heretofore unknown in our state coming to the State Fisheries Laboratory at Ijdiig Hcach Fislurmiii in southern California arc becoming interested in making new finds and are vying with each other In turning over to the laboratory new and unusual fish for identification identificationAmong Among the ran unknown fishes which have recently been identified is a snipe fish picked up on the bvach at Avalon Santa Catalina Island so called because of tin long slender snout at the end of which is found the small mouth This fish was first named from one taken near Laysau Island in tin Hawaiian group but the fish has a wide distribution having been found in Kast Africa the Indian Ocean China and the Mediterranean Ililike other rare fish taken in our waters it is so small and sloxv moving that it cannot well be a stray from far distant waters This heightens the interest Very greatly as it means the discover of what may In a new resident species speciesAnother Another fish known as the IJuimer was taken last spring off apt Sail Lucas Iowcr California Although belonging to the same family as our ycl lovtaii Jt has never before occurred on the west coast of North America AmericaA A crested band fish a rare and beautiful fish of strange form was discovered swimming in the breakers at Utug Reach on July IT 1019 This strange fish is about four feet long eight inches deep and only one and a half inches wide The skin is smooth without scales except for a single row against the dorsal fin and of a bright silvery color with purplish tints on the head The eye is large the mouth small armed with small bristle like teeth and the fins are bright red This is the first specimen which has fallen into the hands of naturalists in America In fact it is so rare that probably not more than a dozen speci ¬ mens have ever been taken An Italian scientist was the first to discover and name the fish fishOf Of equal interest is a deep sia monster captured in the fine mesh ints of the Fish and Saint Com ¬ missions patrol launch Alba cure So rare is the greatmouthed ferociouslooking creature that it has no common name It is known to scientists as Idiacanthus aiitrostomus This fish js about thrcu inches long jet black in color nud wiiriiilike in form A row of luminous spots are placed on each side supposedly supplying lisht for at I depth normally inhabited by this fish there is litlc lishl In 1SOO a specimen was taken nvar Catalinu Island at a depth of J03 fathoms and closely nlrted species have been taken in the midAtlantic at a depth of l7r 0 fathoms fathomsTile Tile plans for the new fisheries laboratory to be built at San Pedro call for an exhibition hall where I host and similar ruvties of the deep sea iliav In txhibitfd to tin1 public The fact that a corps of th stllos scientists are close at hand riiitly to identify the strange creatures captured ly southern California fishermen aTsufcs a wider knowledge of the suas resources Page 6 MARCH BOOK BOOKNOW NOW ON SAL m issued on the first day of each month with complete charts of the previous months racing in North America now carries an index showing each and every start of all horses in training with firsts seconds thirds and track conditions designated By means of this arrangement it is possible for the user of the Monthly Form Book to instantly determine a horses ability to run on any sort of track concerning which information is desired as shown in the following examples LAST SPARK ch r 5 hy llartimas Flicker H A Cotton X X33KU522 J30971 b 10SSli 331252m 3314r 32h s31497s 31fl3s 31C15 33KU522 3317293 331824 31843 sy 31933sh ° HJ r li 3iyis9s n3MtiO 320SG2 321472 P 32231 P323U3 32377 ° 329 324m5 32S15 i3283 32883 32944 J 3322R J3327 33r2 33430 3352011 3irr 3irrsh sh sh34G19 3S27 33902 34032 34139s 34357 34G19 34748 34S44 34S44HAPENNY HAPENNY ch g 6 by Rock Sand Half Sovereign H Lang X XP31740h c113001 31375 31432 C314705 3ir383 3ir383t31814s SlouG i 31rSSm P31740h t31814s iU8332 J319342 3197SS 331993 3207211 2094s 32lGii S3217i 32213 332243 J32S11 J32S11S332 332879 133029s S332 7 3309 P334G1 335tW5s 53i7 53i7i339G8 i339G8 34103m 34241s 34090 3439911 34751 ZODIAC ch g C by Star Shoot Lady Vincent M J Daly X 31350 = P31410 31457 31457J3202B 131510 = 3319S2 J3202B 320 2h 2hP32511sy 32128sh 32128shP32557 32483 h P32511sy 32513 32513P33C07 P32557 P32557P330772 l33402 P33C07 P33I512 P33I512l3442S P330772 340SUJsy 341399 34303 l3442S = sy 34541 34571 P34S17s h for heavy m for muddy sy for sloppy s for slow races not otherwise designated were over fast or good tracks The alphabetical sign before each race number shows the dist ¬ ance at which the race has been run according to the key below 38 Mile 78 Mile L 1 316 1 14 and 3 12 Furlongs 7 12 Furlongs M 1 516 Miles R 12 Mile 1 Mile N 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