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Page  Bradley Stable's 1919 Record: Busy Signal The Leading Money Winner In The Big Stable Of The Western Owner And Breeder BRADLEY STABLES 1919 RECORD BUSY SIGNAL THE LEADING MONEY WINNER IN THE BIG STABLE OF THE WESTERN OWNER AND BREEDER Mr Edward R Hradleys stable won a total f SiiJJtSO in the racing of last year This was not bad in itself but the previous year his horses won t7IS7 so there was a falling oil of close to 5000 An ¬ nually the Hradley stable makes a similar respectable showing but he has never yet been vouchsafed an extra good year in our racing Nearly all of the horses Jie races are of his own breeding and his Idle Hour breeding establishment is about as well equipped with richlybred stud matrons and good stallions as any in the country From there he has sent many good horses into racing but no real topsawycr as yet May be it is reserved for his tine young English stallion North Star III to furnish him a racer or two of that description before many years roll by Certainly his patience and liberal outlay richly en ¬ titles him to tlmt joy dear to the turfmans heart Last year his speedy any Husy Signal was his best money winner her easy victory over Prince Pal Orlova and thirteen more of the best twoyearolds in Kentucky in the Coldon Rod Handicap at the Churchill Downs fall meeting being a distinctly meritorious performance His good threeyearold tilly Iwin won but a little lesthan Pusy Signal and Pinding Tie Hy Colly Pnlldoze and Hlnshing Peanty all much more than paid their way the record of the stable being Horse Col and Sex A Pedigree PedigreePusy Pusy Signal h f Hy Cunard Sweet Alice by Flying Dutchman Iwin br f t Py Dr Leggo Hremerhafen by Sandringham Hinding Tie b f t Py Helmet Stumpy by Handsome Hy Colly b c 2 Hy Helmet Acntissima by Forfarshire Hulldozo br f 5 Py Fariman Violet Schomberg by Melton Hlnshing Peanty ch f 3 Hy Cunard Miss Ringlets by Handball Host Pal b 2 Py Helmet Padnla by Laveno Hounding Through br f 2 Py Helmet Lady Languish by St Simon Porte Drapean b c 4 Py Snnstar Hright Cherry by Ayrshire Pusy Joe blkni 15 Hy Sain Handcllo by Kingston Hullet Proof b g 2 Py Helmet Itachelor Cirl by Proomstiek Polieve Me Cirls b c Hy Helmet Lovenot by Voter Hlne Jeans br f Iv Helmet Pandollo by Kingston lrotli rlai5WSSm cittgrvt Pv Cunard HaiHlellbrby Kingston vf jivrrt jivrrtHiddledee Hiddledee b f Iv Heach Comber Crail by Atheling Hone Dry b c Hy lteacli Comber Melton Mowbray by Melton MeltonHy Hy Heck b o t Hy Helmet Lady Languish by St Simon Hatter Cake b f 3 Hy Huckwheat Macaroon by Marco Hill Rendered ch g t Hy Marco Forecastle by St Angelo teaming Heauty b f Hy Sweep Hellisario by Hippodrome Better Relieve b f 2 Hy Helmet Lovenot by Voter il inn wand ch f t Py Louawand Mintless by Minting 3ig Idea b f 2 Py Itlack Tenoy AVayward Lass by Sir Dixon Bullet Proof Once More: Scores Second Victory of Bowie Meeting in Easy Fashion.; Rain and Cold Weather Reduce Size of Fields--W. H. Fizer Scores a Double. BULLET PROOF ONCE MORE Scores Second Victory of Bowie BowieMeeting Meeting in Easy Fashion i iRain Rain and Cold Weather Reduce ReduceSize Size of Fields W H Fizer FizerScores Scores a Double HOWIE Mil April r Additional rnin which fell Sunday night made the going sloppy today The weather was much cinder than Saturday but he attendance did not seem to suffer to any material degree degreeFavorites Favorites were conspicuous during the afternoon for their success Hullot Proof which raced well at New Orleans made a show of his opponents in the afternoons feature which was a purse raop at seveneighths Coinir into the lead at once he was never seriously threatened winning in a canter The race stamps him as one of the best threeyearolds hereabouts over a muddy track Fort 1liss running a surprisingly good race over a track that he was not supposed to fancy was second throughout to Pullot Proof and linns on well while Chief took down third money after being liailly outpaced in the early running runningThe The other races all proved formful although scratches reduced the number of starters in some of them to small fields fieldsSea Sea Mime from the stable of M Ionian proved easily best in the opening dash for maiden three yearolds The daughter of Seahorse II moved to the froit after going a quarter and quickly opened up a commanding lead which she had no trouble in maintaining to the end apt Evans made up ground gradually to fnish a fastgoing second while Short Change had no opposition for third money The heavily backed favorite Head ¬ man refused to start and was left jit the post postEttahcs Ettahcs victory in the second race signalized the initial success of AV II Fizer in the East for somi time The gelding made a show of his opponents and was only cantering through the last eighth ten lengths in advance of Coneral which easily held Ina Kay safe for place honors honorsOnico Onico made it a second win at the meeting when she scored in the third race from Tarascon and Huron II Xoollcr sent her to the front shortly after the start and although challenged by Tarascon in the last eighth shook him off but had to be ridden out to win Tarascon ran a good race from a slow beginning and outgamed Huron II for sec ¬ ond place in the last stride strideBELLE BELLE ROBERTS WINS FOR PELICAN STABLE STABLEThe The Pelican Stable scored its first victory in Maryland when Ielle Roberts cantered home first in the fifth race at oiie mile and twenty yards winning by a wide margin Nebraska running in improved form easily disposed of Kingling II for second place The latter quit badly in the final racing John I Day was short and the race will do him good The Pelican Stable retained Hell Koherts for SlOOr SlOOrVerity Verity made it a double for AV II Fizer when she annexed the sixth race winning in a canter while the favorite Croon Mint was always outrun outrunThe The horsemen at Howie have petitioned Covornor Richie to appoint Carter C I hill a member of the Maryland State Racing Commission under the HurkeJanney racing bill recently passed by the legislature Mr Hall is now acting as one of the stewards at the Howie meeting and has long been connected with affairs pertaining to racing in this state stateA A AV Peaudry treasurer of the Darval Jockey Club is an arrival and while here will confer with Joseph McLennan regarding the meetings to he given at Dorval this year The question of the purse distribution and other matters will be con ¬ sidered by these gentlemen gentlemenKttnhe Kttnhe changed hands after his victory T Ken ¬ nedy securing him for liir from AV II Fizer by the claiming route routeRcdland Rcdland was also claimed after he was beaten in the third race Paul Miles getting him on his bid of SllMl SllMlThe The racer Imbala while IMMMSJ shipped by freight from New Orleans sustained a dislocated hip when lie was thrown in the car at Penning PenningT T AV OHrien had the misfortune to lose by pneumonia the promising lilly Miss Pluvious Satur ¬ day night ene Lntz is an arrival from New Orleans bringing three horses horsesTiger Tiger Itose was ineligible for the sixth race today and was sera t died the recent runups being the cause causeThree Three cars of racers have arrived at Arlington Md from Havana HavanaThe The Pelican Stable and the horses owned by K Moore arrived at Havre de Jraue yesterday Metropolitan Turf News: Many Horses Start Training at Belmont Park and Gravesend; James Fitzsimmons Has Forty-three in His Stable, Including Some Promising Juveniles. METROPOLITAN TU8F NEWS Many Horses Start Training at Belmont Park and Gravesend James Fitzsimmons Has Forty three in His Stable Including Some Promising Juveniles NEW YORK X Y April 5 The opening of Mnryland racing season last week at Howie Howier r is awakened interest in local turf circles and the thel l spools for the coming spring meetings over the theMetropolitan Metropolitan tracks are now being discussed Every ne is agreed that the season of W2tt will be the thel l st since the repeal of the PercyCray law in inPlliS PlliS PlliSAt At Pelmont Park there are quite a large number o horses the training of which is progressing quite itisfaetorily despite the late start due to the nn isiiallv long and seven winter The track has dried out quickly ami trainers an now giving their charges i iiinchneodod outdoor work S C Hildreth has i s big and formidable string including Purchase Dominique Lilciillite Mad Hatter Corn Tassel Iriidorhinl and others in fine bodily health and it itI I not be long before they will be galloping at a pace paceTom Tom Healey has twentyfour horses in Richard T Wilsons barn including a dozen youngsters which w re bred by Mr Wilson at his Kentucky farm T m Welsh has fourteen b longing to Joseph E AVidenor Jack Joynor has seventeen in Ceorge I AVilliam Karrick has forty fortyfc fc charge belong to AV 11 oo A few an the property of H K Knapp KnappJerry Jerry Carroll has Translate and Sea Jiieen belong irg to Howard Marshall This pair will soon have s une stablematos for Mr Marshall is now in quest of several twoyearolds and a few older horses horsesJohnny Johnny Hastings has a big string belonging to Morton L Schwartz including Audacious and Enfi ¬ lade and several goodlioking juveniles Hastings has the ritimns filly which C K C Hillings lit from A R COP for LTi XK last fall fallEd Ed Nash has several including a t woyearolil of high promise He is by Fair Play Roxane He is named Honnington ard bears a striking re ¬ semblance to last years juvenile champion Nash Nashys ys the colt can run fast loo and expects him to Tvin several stake stakePlii Plii Ilogan has eighteen of P A Clarks horses in training including Diinboyne Honnie Mary and i half dozen highly bred youngsters Sandy Mc Nalighton is working sixteen belonging to Mrs AVilfrid Viau Mod Henderson and Hill Henry hivo some jumpers which thev are tuning up on the flat flatMARSHALL MARSHALL HORSES ARRIVE ARRIVEScot Scot Harbin arrived at Bolmont Park on Friday wit witii ii a dozen belonging to AV Marshall of Phila ¬ delphia Willie Midgley will arrive this week with a big string owned by Mrs Payne AVhitney nd Louis Feustel will bring Samuel Riddles string fnni Herlin Md to Itelmont Park before May 1 Mr Riddle will not race extensively in Maryland lliis spring In fact Man o War will be the only liirse to carry his colors there He will ship the champion from Helmont Park to Pimlico for the Preaknoss PreaknossAt At Cravesond James Fitzsimmons has the largest sifng He has forty three in his stable and all of them are in fine condition and working well oi the track every day His string belongs to sov inl sportsmen including Herbert L Pratt Capt Joseph E Davis AV II Maxwell Mrs J E Davis nd the jnincy Stable In his charge are several twoyearolds which promise to give a good account of themselves in the rich stakes this year yearFitzsimmons Fitzsimmons also has a relative of Man o AY r He is a bay swayback by Fair Play Mis ¬ sion He also has four fine looking colts by Friar Rock sou of Rock Sand The best looking of this quartet is Sunny Jim a handsome bay dam Lucy M Ho was named after Fitzsimmons wno earned that sobriquet by his pleasing disposi ¬ tion at the various tracks tracksAmong Among the most promising threeyearolds in the Fitzsimmons barn are Anniversary and Doughboy Anniversary has grown tremendously over winter and is now one of the best looking colts hereabouts He gave promise of being a really good twoyearold lint went wrong after finishing third to Man o AVar it Helmont Park and was turned out for the re ¬ mainder of the season Doughboy is going along well and is likely to stand a hard campaign campaignFrank Frank Weir Jim Poden Dick Miller Jimmy Murphy and Jack Coldsborough have their strings at Crnvesend working them for the Maryland meetings meetingsCone Cone AVaylaud had AValter J Salmons string of eighteen at Jamaica during the winter He worked them there a few times and then shipped them to Havre do Crace where ho will race all of them They are a fine looking band especially the juveniles and AVaylaml expects to win many stakes and purses with them Many Entries To Pimlico Stakes MANY ENTRIES TO PIMLICO STAKES PALTIMOKE Md April r The Pimlko stakes have closed with an exceptionally long list of nomi ¬ nations In the six features including the cVecn Spring Valley Steeplechase there are one thousand and eleven entries with more than eighty different interests represented representedThe The Pimlico Nursery received tin largest number of nominations a total of 37S The Spring Juvenile is next on the lit with 215 and then comes the Preakness with 118 The presence of Man o War in Pimlicos big threeyearold race probably kept down the number of entries to the figures named above Fiftynine entries were made for the Pim ¬ lico Oaks while the Creen Spring Valley Stecplo ohase received sixtyeight sixtyeightThe The order of the running of the Pimlico stakes lias been announced as follows followsPimlico Pimlico Nursery Saturday May 1 1Pimlico Pimlico Spring Handicap Wednesday Hay 5 5Jreen Jreen Spring Aalley Steeplechase Saturday May S SSpring Spring Juvenile Stakes Wednesday May ll llrimlico rimlico Oaks Saturday May 15 15Preakuess Preakuess Stakes Tuesday May IS Snow And Cold Wave At Louisville: Wintry Weather Halts Training Operations at Both Churchill Downs and Douglas Park. SNOW AND COLD WAVE AT LOUISVILLE LOUISVILLEAVintry AVintry AVcather Halts Training Operations at Both Churchill Downs and Douglas Park LOriSVILLK Ky April I Snow flurries and a high biting cold wind which sent the tempera ¬ ture below the freezing point within a few hours put a damper upon training operations at both Churchill Downs and Douglas Park this morning What horses wei out wen only given limbering up gallops by exercise boys and jockeys clad in heavy sweaters and overcoats and by 10 oclock both tracks wen clear of thoroughbreds thoroughbredsThe The snow fell intermittently throughout the day but it did not stick because the ground was not frozen The wind dried the two tracks out fairly well lint the outlook is for more snow and colder weather in which event the tracks will freeze and be in bd order for several days yet yetFor For the third time in four days the schooling of the twityearolds had to be abandoned as none of the trainers cared to expose their charges to the elements anv longer than absolutely necessarv Assistant starter AVill Hamilton arrived from Lex ¬ ington and had a barrier up at Douglas Park but it was not needed this morning morningRacing Racing secretary AVilliam II Shelley leaves for Lexington tomorrow morning to open his office then for the coming spring meeting lie is taking with him the promises of most of the larger racing establishments here to send either all or part of their horses then to race including quite a few Kentucky Derby candidates which an entered in the Hlue Crass Stakes In addition to these sev ¬ eral of the big eastern outfits have advised him that they will ship direct to Ioxington from New York or Maryland MarylandAn An application for a riding license in Kentucky for 10 0 was received today from jockey Andy Schut finger who has been out of the saddle for SOTIH time with a broken leg Schnttinger is the contract pilot for the J AV McClelland Stable and i is inoiighi that he will come here to ride Prince Pal in the Kentucky Derby as this colt is owned partly by E F Simms who is associated with McClelland in the latters big thoroughbred hollings hollingsWilliam William Dondas whose horses raced with much success in Havana last winter got in this morning from his home in Latonia His racers are at the I itonia track where they were sent from Oriental Park lie reports that there are a large number of horses at the Milldale course most of which will be sent to Lexington in the near future futureJohn John C Ferriss arrived from Nashville Tenn where he spent several days since leaving New Orleans OrleansJockey Jockey Mack firmer eame from his Imine in CMI lerville Iowa today lie has not affiliated him ¬ self with any stable as yet for this spring but ex ¬ pects to do so in a few days as he has several offers to choose from 1 X Murphy local architect who superintended the erection of the new grandstand and other buildings at Churchill Downs has gone to Lexing ¬ ton to look after some improvements which will be made at the track there Only work that is abso ¬ lutely essential will be done between now and the opening of the Ixxington meeting but other changes are in prospect after the spring racing there ends Pimlico's Two-Year-Old Stakes: Maryland's Expanding Breeding Industry Well Represented in These Juvenile Features. PIMLICOS TWO YEAR OLD STAKES Marylands Expanding Breeding Industry Well Represented in These Juvenile Features HALTIMORE Md April Marylands rapidly pxpanding thoroughbred breeding industry is hand ¬ somely represented among the nominations to the Pimlico Nursery and Pimlico Spring Juvenile Stakes for twoyearolds that will be decided at Pimlico in May as features of the Maryland Jockey Clubs spring racing William Woodwards Helair Stud which is domiciled at the show place of southern Marvland in Prince Ceorge County contributes fil ¬ lies by Celt Ileno anil Proomstiek Richard F tarmans Carmandale Stud which is in Montgom ¬ ery County contributes three fillies and a colt all of them by Meridian and the colt a brother of the speeclv Carmandale which also is Maryland bred Robert AValdens Howling Hronk Stud which is established in Carroll County and is the oldest thoroughlned nursery in the state is represented by fnnr colls and two fillies by Transvaal a colt by Hallot and a filly by Light Hrigade The youngsters from Helair will bear the silks this year of Philip A Clark who bought them at public auction last summer The Howling Urook colts and fillies will race under the scarlet jacket of Alfred Ilennen Morris of New York Mr Carman will race his Carmandale twoyearolds himself himselfCommander Commander J K L Uoss who has at Ross Farms in Howard County the most considerable thoroughbred nursery in Maryland and of the great studs of the Iviist will not have any Maryland bred twoyearolds racing this year Cudgel and AVigstone are only beginning stud service at the Ross Farm this spring Hut the Canadian turfman is a liberal nominator to the Spring Juvenile and the Nursery of twoyearolds from his Canadian stud which is at Vercheres in the province of Quebec The Aerehoros twoyearolds he has named are sons and daughters of The Ciirragh Calgary Aleppo Malamont Pryn Mawr etc etcNo No twoyearold stakes run in Maryland in the past have attracted nominations from such remote parts of the country as have these Pimlico specials of 1JEIO Two aliforriian nominators are Adolph Spreckels proprietor of the Napa Stud and John II Rosseler proprietor of the AVikinp Stud Mr Spreckels has mimed a Ifiid of V IIIU TS In s already successful young Aotcr Stallion Rtninymcdo Mr Rosseter has named the first friar liot i yearold colts ami fillies that will come to the races Two of the Friar Rock colts and two of the Friar Rock fillies named by Mr Rosseter are so well thought of they have been nominated for next years running of the Epsom Derby and the Epsom Oaks OaksAnother Another farwestern nominator is Ceorge AVing fiold of Reno proprietor of the Nevada Stud and still another is AV It Coe proprietor of the Shoshone Stud of Wyoming Mr AVingfields nominations are sons of the stallion Honey wood Mr Coos homebreds are youngsters by Poly melian and Harmonicon Other nominators of greater or less celebrity are Harry Payne AVhitney Ceorge I AAidcner Ral Parr James F Johnson Joseph H Elwell the Quincy Stable Thomas Clyde Joseph E Davis A II Diaz of Havana Mrs Herbert L Pratt Robert L Cerry J Edwin Crif fltli Walter M Jeffords Mrs AValter M Jeffords Monfort Jones It A Jones AVillis Sharpe Kilmer Ceorge AV Loft James AV McClollaml H K Knapp AValter J Salmon Edward It McLean Ed ¬ ward M Weld Kdward F Vlutney and Itichard T Wilson WilsonHoth Hoth of the costly yearlings of last year Commander lloss Sunstar Marian Hood colt and Frederick Johnsons Ultimus Torpenhow filly are in the Pimlico twoyearold races So is Comman ¬ der Koss son of Short Grass and Kllan gowan So is a brother of Man o AAar in Jai les F Johnsons Juincy Stable which was bought ri vately last year How many of these higiipri ed youngsters will be ready in May it is difficult i iv to say Hut they are all in training Probably he fittest twoyearolds that will race in Maryl ml this spring are in the AAingfield Rosseter nd Spreckels stables They wintered and trained in California A Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey I Connelly the leading rider at Tijuana is now on his way to Kentucky when he will ride this spring springJockey Jockey Ornies was fined SI 00 and suspended for ten days at Tijuana by starter Harry Morrissey for disobedience at the post postTrainers Trainers at Cravesend track sire beginning to look for new quarters owing to tin sale of the old track They have ninety days to vacate and most of them will go to Jamaica or Aqueduct AqueductJockey Jockey P Martinez was suspended for the re ¬ mainder of the Tijuana meeting for rough ridln last Sunday Jockeys Mnlcahey and Perry wore alsi disciplined the former for ten days the latter in ¬ definitely definitelyHeniiington Heniiington a twoyearold son of Fair Play Roxane In training at Itelmont Park is said to be a promising youngster He has been entered in a number of the important juvenile races to be run in the East this spring springThe The horses of Montfort Jones that wintered at Hot Springs are reported 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II Huckner Gain de deCause Cause 0 Yorkist Hen Hampson Ilandfnll AVilldo 7 Paul Connelly King Neptune Tom Hrooks HrooksYorkist Yorkist Serenest Dies At Lexington Track SERENEST DIES AT LEXINGTON TRACK LEXIXGTOX Ky April 5 The fourth of the horses shipped here from Xew Orleans died Satur ¬ day at the Kentucky Jockey Club track It was the sixyearold brown mare Serenest by Trap Rock Souveraine the property of Pat Dunne DunnePresident President Johnson X Canideu and vice president and general manager Matt J Winn of the Ken ¬ tucky Jockey Club were at the local track Saturday and discussed matters preliminary to the spring racing season which is to open here April 24 24AAV AAV R Cues Masked Dancer has arrived at Himyar Stud to be bred to Polymelian Polymeliantliaur tliaur Morris has yold to Lucius V Dick of Meeker Colorado the voimg mares Ijily Pataml and Jesse Atkins They are to be shipped lo Colo ¬ rado and bred tu a saddle stallion DrJ C Cariicks Henoni lias foaled a chestnut cvlt bv Great iritaiu Idle Hour Stakes' Many Candidates: Nearly a Hundred Two-year-old Colts of High Breeding in Its Entry List. IDLE HOUR STAKES MANY CANDIDATE Nearly a Hundred Twoyearold Colts of Higl Breeding in Its Entry list Tin Idle Hour Stakes is Lexingtons closed met for twoyearold colts and geldings I tst yvr it was won liy tin Dick Finnell colt Chisca his on success of tin year It vns then i dish of foil Mini n half furlongs lint for this yciir the distane has liron cut down ti a half mile Of its iioiiiinatloiis John S Reardon possibly n good colt won three races at New Orleans Voorin am Whippet two each Htinga Iuck Iliiiupy harlot A Byrne and Ien Valet one each while Spugs tool two at Havana Among those which liave no faced the starter is the colt Southern Gentleman liy ritiinus Tsarina which cost LMntW at tit Saratoga sales last August lie is reported to b lining well There are others in the dark divisioi of which track rumor speaks highly and the Idl Hour seems destined to furnish an exciting scnrr wlien brought to the point of decision Its noiut nations are areI I C Arnolds br e All Right Sir liy 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and Sir Galahad in Same Stable. FAVORITES FOR THE EPSOM DERBY English Opinion Divided About Tetratema and Sir Galahad in Same Stable It will IK generally conceded that the three yearolds for IJlit are superior to those of last year and the classic races will be anticipated with keener interest than usual although as yet no bet ¬ ting on the Derby has been published Some more or less substantial business has however been done at the offices and as was to be expected Tetra ¬ tema is favorite though only fractionally so from his stable companion Prince Galahad and li to 1 would I imagine be a full offer against the two coupled Hitherto Chattis Hill has not been fortu ¬ nate with its classic horses Seaforth The Totraroh and Stefan the Great all havijig disappointed but undoubtedly the ffcculiarly marked gray was the greatest of these It is to be hoped that his son Tetratema will steer clear of misadventure for he too won all his races last year and could travel at a great pace but no tyo animals could offer a greater contrast The father was of the impetuous character while the son is a regular sobersides disinclined to overexert himself and gifted with that beautifully smooth action wiikh takes nothing out of him His fore joints may not be quite perfect but no other fault in his conformation and it was alawys a treat to see him and Carslake to ¬ gether Kverything the colt did was well done from the time he smashed up I irty Phoebe in the Na ¬ tional Hreeders Produce Stakes to the day In treated Southern Light Hearted Swynburn and Morganatic Marriage like so many hacks in tin Middle Park Plate It remains to be seen if Tetratema will stay but all his work has been accomplished in the smoothest style without the least sign of tiring and if his sire was deficient in that essential which after all is problematical his grandsire Koi llerude could stay forever foreverMost Most people were surprised when Messrs Itoliiu son and Clark sold that good and game oolt Galroy for iUO 0 but the wonder was dispelled within a fortnight when it was sun olear that they owned his superior in Prince Galahad which had made such a brilliant debut at Ascot and in spite of giv ¬ ing many lengths a way at the start won the Chesham Stakes easily Tin colt was then kept away from racing until the autumn when he out ¬ stayed Orpheus Southern and others in the Dew Imrst Plate As a matter of fact he won in a cau ter and nothing could have been more business like than the performance and in the knowledge that an offer of BOIIUO had been refused for Oryhiiis it is not surprising even in these days of mammoth prices that another huge offer did not tempt the owners of Prince Galahad to part with him Like his stablemate Prince Galahad is unbeaten and al ¬ though through Orpheus there is a collateral line which favors the gray no twoyearold retired for the winter with greater promise of improvement than Mid this Prince Palatine colt which is of the stoutest blood on the dams side also being the sec onil foal of the Martagon mare Decagone bred by K Sherwood and bought as a foal by Messrs Uob inson and Clark She had a short racing career only running thrice as a twoyearold and winning the Hrocklesby Stakes in moderate company Vigilant in London Sportsman Sunday Work-Outs At Bowie Track SUNDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 240 POW1E Mil April r Sunda i workouts at Prince George Park were over a loppy track and included the following followingWeather Weather cloudy track sloppy Three Eighths Mile 44 23Lloyd George l3iHullet Proof 23SMargery 25SComancho 40 2HSPeerless One 2tlFort Hliss 44 2SPcmlope llLord Herbert HerbertlirLittk 14 14s s 22SSay When lirLittk Ed M 2STTiif as Steel Steel3V Lady Vara 3V snWaukeag 237 H rook land 23 1 Morning Face Face211On 2Hiiondage 211On High 23 Indolence 2SSPIurecn 237Joan of Arc 218 Pas de Chance 2SJohn I Day FiveEighths Mile 23SConreelk 1 S I 27 Verity 1 229Paddy 111 I IThree Three Quarters Mile 2i7Aigrotte 127 I 23S Maize 1 1I2f4i 2Almino I2f4i 23JOLittk Amil Dundraggou 123 23fiSaiiily Mae Mae23SKcziah 23SKcziah 1 2i 238Sunny Hill HillKSUibeIIa KSUibeIIa 12 SevenEighths Mile 102Cousin of Minel3 1 2t7St Qncntin Qncntin28lleroisme 28lleroisme IIS 2iVWar Mask MaskOno Ono Mile Mile235liclle 235liclle Uobertsl 1 2SlSar Realm 2lillaekamorc lt 2iSWand Monday Work-Outs At Bowie Track MONDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 241 POWIE Mil April 1 Todays training at Prince George Park included the following AVeather rainy track sloppy ThreeEighths Mile Potsy 11 11MIengali 237 rrish MIengali 12 122C 2XS iiltney 2C Leydecker 13 2H p Traveler 23 Cobalt Lass It 23 ibidium 23 tDuc de Guise 12 12l3 22 I isary l3 Franc Tireur 44 234 i isemary 23 Garbage 13 132rGrav 23 d Domino Domino23Silex 2rGrav Gabks 42 422Lady 23Silex II 2Lady lone 3S 237The Pelgn II 23 Littie Maudie 4V3 23liWhite Haven 23rOmer K 23 iAlcatraz ittSIura 237Auuabelle iM Luther 23iFreemantk 237Manoevre 288 Fell Swoop 23Mock Orang 233KiIly Gordon 23i Jiieen Hlonde 23SKing John 23iiShandon 237LiveIy 238 Weary 23SLink Hoy Five Eighths Mile 240Comacho 107 1140 Lord Herbert 111 liKiEiUtli K 107 23iStepson lll 233Ira AVilson on 112 23Sugar Mint 108 KlfiIrisli Kiss ss l I ii I 238Tan II 113 lli I 235lltra Gold 110 110Three Three Quarters Mile 240 Holster 1 12875 23 2347Early 241 Peerless One 121 121ightl28 47Early Light ightl28 1 28 38lhantom Fairl23 Fairl23rroRl2S 232Flying Frogl rroRl2S 240 Paddy 127 23Gas Mask k 1 125 25 38Aenal Joy 12 238Griffwood id 1 128 28 23lSAViIldo 123 240 Penelope 1 2ti One Mile 237Antoinette 15 I 207S de Aerilunli AerilunliAmackassin Amackassin 158 23SAeto 158 1582Clean 2Clean Gone 154 Wintry Weather At Lexington, Too WINTRY WEATHER AT LEXINGTON TOO LEXINGTON Ky April 5 At the Kentucky Jockey Clubs course this morning it was snowing the weather was cold and raw and the track muddy Accordingly there was nothing in the exercise of the horses that would be of service to the work watcher from a time point of view The order of the day ami track condition was a twominute clip How ever none of the trainers were willing to miss a workout The time is here when they cannot af ¬ ford to indulge their charges lest they risk a state of unprcparedHcss for the spring racing just three weeks off Sunday morning the track was muddy but the weather was mild and there were numerous moves of which the following are given as best bestThreeQuarters ThreeQuarters Mile AVailsworths Uist 123 Indio 124 Harvest King Aiva America Paris Maid 125 Regalo Warlike 126 Zuleika Golden Floss Kinburn 127 Herald Ixmie Lou Serbian 12S Sands of Pleasure 120 Hourbon Lad King Gorin 130 130Five Five Eighths Mile Anna Sweep Finis Captain Rums 114 Oriental Dress 115 115Half Half Mile 11 V Anderson Hounding Through Tfi Chisca 50 ThreeEighth MJle Coiivvy 43 Cebrian Horses Going To Kentucky CEBRIAN HORSES GOING TO KENTUCKY SAX FRANCISCO Cal April 5 Edward Pibrlaii is making a cleanup of all his thoroughbred stock at Mini Monte Stock Farm Santa Clara County as he has turned over the property to A K Macomber who purchased it from him last fall He lias shipped to John S Parbees place on the old Haggin farm in Kentucky two threeyearold fillies that will be bred two broud mares and four twoyearolds that will be raced making eight head in all Ten yearlings will lie shipped when the weather in Kentucky has moderated moderatedThe The threeyearolds are by Von Tromp Charm and Von Tvomp Candhwick One of the two yearolds is liy Marse Abe a son of Yankee dam Honsetta by Masotto Ron Ron by Hindoo Hour lion HeHe Ron Ron was a sister to the mighty Hanover The other twoyearolds are by Von Tromp from mares shipped last fall to Kentucky All of the youngsters are fillies The yearlings nine fillies and one colt are also by Vim Tromp TrompMr Mr Cebrian has received word from his manager in Kentucky that the mare Rosegal by Galvestou Rosorinonde by Ormonde is safely in foal Rose gal raced successfully henaiioiits some years ago in the colors of Walter H Jennings and is one of the most highly prized of the brood mares belonging to Mr Cebrian She will be sent to the court of the imported stallion Trout hock this season Thirty Leading American Jockeys THIRTY LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS The close of Havana racing m Sunday March 28 left Tijuana with a clear field and the jockeys at that far western track had a splendid chance to gain on their idle rivals C Duggan made a suhstaiiti il gain when he piloted ten winners as did P Ma tinea with six and C McCorklc with five Tie standing of the loading riders f the year fro n January 1 to and including the racing of Satnrd y last is as follows followsJockey Jockey Mts 1st 2d 3d Ilnp ICLAV Ca rin oily J 320 82 53 130 21 AVida S 271 45 34 135 11 15 0 Coltiletti F MO 81 22 1 Murray T 18 48 81 23 2 23 0 Duggan C 20 8 31 87 112 1 10 Connellv D 18 ili 25 0 Martinez P 1 88 1 15 Rodriguez J 181 28 2S 31 7 15 4 Lyke L 114 28 15 10 lil il 24 0 0PI MeCorklc C 157 27 24 1 PI S7 17 5 Stack G 170 2i 28 21 KMi 15 O Tliurber II 151 25 M 1 R I5 15 I Pinncgar P 13 51 24 0 Ambrose K Chia vet ta F Pickcns A 22 23 18 42 Harnes K 21 81 21 715 Lowe R 21 18 15 87 Gross C 17 20 23 7 Atkinson E 17 15 81 18 Garner II 17 14 12 78 Prown W 17 12 1 88 Fletcher J IOC 17 12 121M 11 it Riohcreck A AWils 1M K 23 23KM 35 115 Wils F KM 15 18 18Hil 11 02 Collins A Hil 15 17 21 10S Ryan R 125 14 24 Hi 71 Pierce J 13 14 18 Hunt F 13 14 II Kederis 1 How Do Birds Think And Reason?: Sense of Rocks and Swank of Turkeys--Pliny's Tale of Eagle's Suicide. HOW DO BIRDS THINK AND REASON Sense of Rocks and Swank of Turkeys Plinys Talc of Eagles Suicide Nature is full of mystery She sets conundrums which man with all his learning is unable to answer satisfactorily satisfactorilyCrows Crows when at rest on the treetops or when foraging in the fields Invariably have sentinels out to give warning of danger AVhy has nature gifteif these birds in this distinctive way How do the crows arrange the duties of the sentinelsV sentinelsVAVhen AVhen nAikshootihg begins the firsh shot will send the whole colony of birds into the air in a panic but as soon as they reach a height which is beyond the range of the guns the cloud of birds will pause and remain at the same altitude although shot may be spluttering In the treetops for an hour IIoW do they know when they are at a safe altitude altitudeThe The most conceited citizen of the bird kingdom is the common turkey cock He is powerful arrogant aggressive ever seeking a quarrel but usually the first combatant to run away when a battle really takes place Why has nature endowed him with such a strange medley of qualities qualitiesWhy Why is it that the common male barndoor fowl has been singled out by nature to be a perpetual demonstrator of the art of politeness to the weaker sex As soon as the cockerel grows a comb and a voice which can crow he begins to pay marked attention to the opposite sex He tends them hunts for them and declines to eat until they have satisfied their wants For ages mankind has been killing off cockerels but the chivalry of the barn ¬ door fowl remains untarnished untarnishedPigeons Pigeons have been used and studied for ages but who can explain by what mysterious sense the homer sets his courseV A young bird has been sent away 100 miles and liberated in strange surroundings jnd within a few hours has been found safely perched in his own dovecot How did In find his way home homeSwifts Swifts will nest year after year under the caves of the same building In the spring they cross the ocean and take up their old abode in Kngland Close observers have noticed that they return each year within a few days of the date of their first arrival How do they time a journey of a thousand miles or more with such uncanny accuracy V VLet Let us hark away to the sandy wastes of tropical countries A wornout horse falls dead liy the wav and the caravan passes on Within a few hours spicks may be seen on the skyline They grow larger and draw nearer They are the vulture4 natures scavengers which devour the dead body bodyWho Who can say what sense it is which enables them to track down a corpse lying on the ground sohres of miles away from their haunts hauntsWho Who too can say why the cuckoo hen deposits her eggs in the nest of small birds and never by any chance hatches them herself herselfWhy Why has it been arranged that powerful birds which live by killing are lacking in courage as compared with the tiny torntit who will tackle a bird three times his own size and beat him Hints of tin rapacious kinds are rarely known lo engage in combat with their equals in size and strength They prey upon the weaker tribes tribesQuestions Questions of this kind could be multiplied by the score and the mysteries which lie behind tliim have troubled mankind for ages causing strange superstitions and evolving queer stories storiesKagJes KagJes an suposed to be cold cruel and without emotion at all times Pliny however tells a story which whatever its merits proves that he did not share the common belief about eagles He states that an eagle was brought up by a girl in the city of Sestos It became much attached to her and would hunt ijame and carry it to her The giti died and when her funeral pyre was burning the eagle flew into the midst of the flames and was consumed to ashes with the corpse of its mistress Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD MONDAY APRIL 5 1920 Prince George Park Fourth ilay Southern Maryland Agri cultural iinil Breeders Association Spring Meeting of 13 days Weather cloudy temperature 50 Steward to Represent Jockey flub K C Smith Stewards Francis Nelson and Carter Hall Judges Jcsepl A Murphy G T Miller and J II Anderson Starter Kdward Tribe Racing Secretary Josep McLennan Racing starts sit 230 p in Chicago time 130 p in AY Indicates whip S spurs 15 blinkers Fig ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse an weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs April 2 1917 107 3 100 Purse 51000 3yearolds Maidens Special Weights Net value to winner S700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses a Str FJII Jockeys K tiiv Odds Str 44748 SKA MIMK will 1 2 1s 1s 1 T Firtfton M Jordan 53310 44525 CAPT KYAXS wr llrt 3 5 7 4J 2 2 C Walls 1 T Sullivan 73010 45703 SHOUT CHAXGE v 110 4 3 11 fi1 1s s 1 Kodsez M Slofert 101i10 45371 TKACHICRS PET A s 111 7 1 2J 2s 51 4s 1 AYillinins A L Denny SIO 41142 ACLSHLA III v 111 5 t5 0 7 7 r1 A Riehcrk It Goodlow 22SO10 22SO10I47 I47 PRIMITIVE v 111 S 7 4 5J C1 5 S Sndman E Sweeney 351510 351510J J JKO1 POLAXYM v 111 2 1 11 3 3s 7 1 H Burke 1 McKeever 400010 13820 HEADMAN v 115 C Left nt the post E Hnynes E R Thomas 10310 10310Time Time 24 49 J lilSs Track muddy muddyS2 S2 nintiiels paid Sea Min 1310 straight ii5 place 470 show Capt Kvsins 40 place 53i show Short Change 550 sin v vLiiuivsilent Liiuivsilent booking odds Sea Mime 55 to KM straight 215 to 100 place 135 to 100 show Capt Kvans 370 to 100 place 155 to 100 show Short Change 175 to 100 show showWinner Winner ISr f by Seahorse II Mimesis by Ogden trained by M Ionian bred bi Gvati y yWent Went to post at 231 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow for all but IIKAT1MAX Won easily easilysecond second and third driving SKA MIMK raced TKACIIKRS PKT and POLYNYM into early defeat thei dr w away into a long lead and was under mild restraint at the end CAIT KVANS shullled back a t ic start closed a big gap SHOUT CHANGK finished gamely TFACHKRS IKT tired badly in the las eighth IIKADMAX refused to start startScratched Scratched I5371l ominian 115 45035 Sosc d Ill 4553 Sandy Mac 11 SECOND RACE G 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 1195 4 112 Purse 1000 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt 4 V vi Str Fin J E iuiv Odds Str HVJ7 ETTAHE ws 5 I0l 1 P I ll D Hopkins AY H Fixer 45370 GEXKRAL v I1 115 5 2 4s 2 2s 2s 1 Judge T H Wilson 235KX 235KXC 15111 1XA KAY V S 107 2 4 2 3 3 = 3r C AYiiittn C X Freeman flaaKH flaaKHT 53i7KARXFST v j 112 i 3j 4 410 i T Pargton C L McDonald G22310 4 50 IS LITTLE ED wr 4 110 7 J S1 5U 5U15051RETSY C Miller J Reatle SS1510I SS1510IJ 15051RETSY w 4 101 5 S Sl S CUG1 J Heupel E Loll llt 10 54855 REFUGEE wr 7 112 S C 7i fii 7 7l587 J Ilodpez W Fenwiek 7iO10 l587 PLUREEX w 4 105 47 C2 7s S1 1 Xiieller T W Oslrien WIOKK WIOKKF 1535 1 APPLE JACK w 10i 5 rs 7 9 F Uryson W P Cunningham 2i 0KH 0KHTrack 1 Time 24 48 115 122 Track muddy muddy2r0 S2 miitnels paid Kttahe 540 straight S330 place 2r0 show General 330 place 270 show showfi Inn Kay 320 show I iiirileiit hooking odds Kttahe 170 to 100 straight fi to 100 place 25 to 100 show General 01 tf 1100 place 3 to 100 show Ina Kay iO to 100 show showWinner Winner 1 g by Iovctit Indian Lass by Iocohatche trained by II Ita Ipii brtil by Mrs L A iiv ingston nt to post at 303 At post 1 minute Start gooi 1 ami slow Won cantering second and thin iviig KTTAIIK quickly raced into a long lead and won wonIirsitiiil pulling ill GHNKKAL gradnally improved hi and outstayed INA KAY through the Immcstreti h The latter was hard ridden all the way Iirsitiiil ARNKST showed early speed Scratched 4f07 Yalerie West 102 45312 Huzzas 111 4i22 Kilkenny 10 Overweights Betsy 4 pounds THIRD RACE 6 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 1194 4 112 Purse SlOOO 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Lulex Horses AWtllSt U 74 Str Fin Jockeys Kquiv Odds Str K 7OXICO wr 104 S 1 2 1 1 = I1 J Xiuller J Arthur K1K 4 sr 7 TARASOX wi 107 n 7 1 2 K Hunt F J Kearns fli7510 i5l7HLRX 11 w 4 107 72 I1 J X 3s O Pom G Peterson 1SH51IX 1SH51IX4iOSMEDDLIXG 4iOSMEDDLIXG MISS wr 104 4 3 41 2n 4s 4 J Heiip l L M Holmes Jl5lCi Jl5lCiIr Ir 8REDLAXD wii S 115 r 7 7 C 5J C Whiftn 1 Ramlolph olX olX4C171 4C171 MISS WRIGHT w 5 101 2 C 5 41 iV D Hopkins J D Misick 2Sinllif 2SinllifJi287 Ji287 IOHX J ASEY wit r 10 S S S S 7 M Schwtz P E Chapman 70SOHK 70SOHKM7 M7 IMILD ELRETTA wis 110 1 4 5 7 = S J Judge C F Place 1 fCoupled in betting as F 1 Kearns and C F Il ice entry entryTime Time 24 481j l16Vs 12 Track muddy 2 inutuels paid Onico 310 straight 2S I place 20 show F 1 Kearns and C F Place entry s7 place ifISO show Huron II S440 show showKliHWlcnt KliHWlcnt booking odds Onico to 100 straight 40 to 100 place 2 to 100 show F J Koarns and C F Ilace entry 33 to 100 place 140 to 100 show Huron II 12O to 100 show showWinner Winner Kr in bv Marta Santa The Pet by The Friar trained by 1 Arthur bred by Mr Thomas Clyde ClydeWent Went to post at 339 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv in ONICO took an easy lead after rounding the far turn and kept it to the end TAUASCON began slowlv and worked his way up 01 the inside and outstayed IHKON II in the linal drive The latter set MIP early pace and held on gamely to the tinish MKDDIIXG MISS raced wide all the way RKDLAXI li ked enrly speed but linished fast fastScratched Scratched UM97 Deckhand 112 4iK7i Thistle Gieen 107 KJll Margery 107 4 22 Frcnchy 11L FOURTH RACE 73 Mile Nov 21 1910 126 4 11G Jubilant Purse Purse 4662 1500 3yearolds and upward Allowances Net value to winner 1000 second 300 third 150 fourth 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U K = 4 Str Fin Jockeys Kquiv Odds Strt HlLLT PROOFwsr 3 103 111 I 1s I3 1 = F Cltiletti S A Clopton J058I FORT IJLISS L Morri J R Sldnker 45585 CHIEF G Walls M J Murphy 15 5 8 5 MY DEAR F Hunt F Mus m HiS rOXDAGE J Hods 1 Arthur Time 25 49 115 130 Track muddy f vj in tiit s 7o place yj20 show Fort Ilis Kquivalent booking odds Bullet Proof TO to 100 straight 35 to KM place 10 to 10ft she 310 to 100 place S5 to 100 show Chief 35 to 100 show showWinner Winner I g by Helmet Bachelor Girl by Broomstick trained by S A Clopton brei Patrick PatrickWen Wen to post at 413 At post 2 minuies Start good and slow Won easily second i third driv ii PriIKT 1 PROOF favored avore bv y the going took the lead in the first eighth and easily ld the race racethe sife to tin end lOKT BLISS raced nearest pursuit of the leader and held on gamely the stretch stretchMY drive CHIKF after racing well back ilosed iiji rapidly when called on in the last quartc MY DKAK tired badly in the stretch BON DAG K KScratched Scratched ItilSOli Yoiineed 104 104Overweights Overweights Fort Bliss 2 pounds FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 20 Yards Nov 30 1915 143 4 107 Purse 1000 46629 1yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses 94 Str Fin Jockeys Kquiv Odds Strt 15585 HELLE ROPERTS w 3 107 3 2 1 = 1 1s 1 G Walls Pelican Stable 40110 40110Kins Kins XEIIRASKA v t 11 I 2 2i 2J T Purntoii F Musaiitc 11 3100 31004iiO2 4iiO2 = KXGLlXG II wr 7 IDS 1111 Li 3s 3 r L Mortis 1 P Mayberry lxlOO lxlOOH747IOHX H747IOHX I DAY wi 5 112 421444 1 Uodsez W V Casey S151CO S151COTime Time 26V4 52 118 147 150 Track muddy 2 inutuels paid Belle Koberls 2MI straight S2 place Nebraska r 0 place no show mutiicls sld sldKiuivalent Kiuivalent booking odds Hello Roberts 40 to 100 straight 25 to 100 place Nebraska 175 to 100 phice phiceWinner Winner Ch in by Master Robert Chestnut Belle by Pirate of Penzance trained by M J Murphy hrrd by Messrs John i Can Rro RroWent Went to post at 447 At post minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing BKILK ROIKRTS was under stout restraint for the entire race and won pulling up NKBRASKA gr dually improved his position and outstayed KINGL1NG II under hard riding K1NGLING II tired after going a good threequarters JOHN I DAY high in llcsh tired after going a half halfScratched Scratched 4i 02Mallowmot 101 4I55U8 Bagpipe 101 4i5S Sylvauo 112 SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yarils April 10 1919 145 Vi 4 107 Purse 1000 1 4yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt Vi Si Str Fin Jockeys Owners Kquiv Odds Strt s I 103 IS 1 21 21 I3 P D Hopkins AY H Fixer 151 45 KKZ1AH wsn 7 102 4 S S fii G3 41 21 J Judge C W Gasser 1S100 IfiSS SAY AYIIKX it 4 102 3 3 I1 lr 2 2 = 3s F Rryson C J Brockmiller 1529100 15502 ARHITRATOR vs fi 115 S i 31 4 43 3 I C Jackson M F Mount 1740100 Jfi41VPAS DE OHXCE vs 5 104 13 4 HU 51 G V O AYhiftn A Mistier tTiiVlOO 45155 LMA P T 5 103 10 13 131 10 S S C1 F Hunt G AY Atkinson t t453172GREEX 453172GREEX MIXT i 4 110 12 5 111 7 71 7 J RodKe AY K Aeasey 2T100 15511 3TOM I5ROOKS T 4 102 I 7 71 S1 i S3 C 1once H Rosesieher 1100100 11001004H88L1XDLY 4H88L1XDLY wr 7 10 21114 12 10 103 111 J Xoeller 1 J Crcighton C0IOO 45502 lOi BAKER 4 105 7 10 10 = 11 14 14 10B R Mason F J Purceil t t451HAX1TA 451HAX1TA III 0 1 2 4 3J 31 Ill4 M Schwtz J Arthur 775100 455 7 ALEX GKfX ws 7 101 511 ill 12 111 12 J Herpet T K Crist t 45271 CHARM1XG 1510S G 5 12i 131 13113 1M1 F Murphy C Martin 2003KH 45502 SEM STALAYART 41131112111 7 11 = 12 II J AYillisuns D Montour t ttMutnel tMutnel field Time 25 5115 118 149 154 Track muddy 2 inutuels paid Yerity 2100 straight 1200 place 1020 show Kexiah 1570 place 1430 show Say When 1150 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds Yerity 950 to 100 straight 500 to 100 place 410 to 100 show Kezinh 733 to 100 place 515 to 100 show Say When 475 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f by Ivan the Terrible Yeracioiis by St Leonards trained by II Randolph bred by Mr F I Knight KnightWent Went to post sit 524 At post 1 minute Start good and slow A on easily second sind third driv ¬ ing YK1UTY took an esisy lead on the fsir turn sind held the race safe to win in a canter KIOIAH a slow beginner gradually improved her position and outstayed SAY WHKN in the final drive The latter raced into si long lead in the early running but ran out on the last turn losing considerables ground ARBITRATOR ran well wellScratched Scratched 15537 Corson 113 45587 Kebo 107 45iS72Wand 107 4500Tigor Rose 107 Af + f SEVENTH RACE 1 116 Miles Nov 25 1915 148 J 11G Purse 1000 4year fj3 i olds and upward Selling Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt V4 k Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 4 058 8 IXDOLEXCE A it S 114 15 l1 J Hjupel E Loh 4550 TIGER ROSE i 4 103 4 2 D Hopkins J Robertson Robertsonu 45502 CRUMPSALL 5 110 1 u J IlodsfZ Dosoris Stable 4 T A Ar Thonuis Pargton 4 04 15 = YORKIST 5110 5 45502 MALLOWMOT 5103 2 55 J Judcre P G Magni MagniC1 4i502PRUXES f 105 8 4 C1 C AYhittn T E Crist S S R Paiiley R A Y Haymaker 0lW 45501 HAXDFULL w 7 110 7 3 8 S 71 40507 I 0197 CORSOX wi 4 103 3 S 4 4 41 C1 8 J Zoeller 1 C TJunbury 1030100 1030100Time Time 26 52 119 5 151 15C J Traclt muddy Si inutuels paid Indolence 2720 straight ll iO place 70 show Tiger Rose yl place 550 show Crumpsall 550 show Kquivalent booking odds Indolence 12tiO to 110 straight ISO to 100 nlace 3S5 to 100 show Tiger Rose 355 to 100 place ISO to 100 show Crumpsall 175 to 100 show showWinner Winner B g by McGee Princess Orna l y Ornament trained by O K 1ons bred by Mr Hal Price Headley HeadleyWent Went to post at 557 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing INDOLKNCK under slight restraint in the early running was brought around the leaders when called on a id drew clesir in the closing strides under hard riding TIGKR ROSK away slowly saved much groun 1 on the lirst turn and took the lead but was tiring when the tinal drive came CIJlMISALL slipped thrt ugh on the inside in the stretch and would have been second in smother stride YORKIST csime fast i i the stretch MALIOWMOT set the csirly pace and quit quitScratch Scratch M HiO SPKingling II 105 4523 Courcelles 105 J 50sBogart 102 45530 Alma B 101 Mirza 107 Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Monday March 29 1920 Fiftyfourth day Ix wer California Jockey Cluo Winter Meeting of 100 days or moret moretStewards Stewards L J Ros L Wing J AY Coffroth Stsirter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary W W Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 200 p in Chicago time 400 400R R R 1 R First Race 5 12 Furlongs June 28 28uujo uujo 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value t I winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd OddInd Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Straight 4 558 = Lion 113 1 C DugRan 1 01 451J8 F Johnson ins 21 E Taylor 5SO10 45510 Stirrups IOC 3k T Cuirimlnps U5401C 45457 RelPleastn IIS 4 AY Mclntyre 1DO1C 4 5580 3 John L 101 5 = 1 C MeCorkle 710K 45533 Irish Daisy 113 5 = 1 AY Hinphy 1075010 45011 Anna Lou 113 7 AY AY Wright 31SO1C 43187 McLelland 115 S J McRride olOOlOi olOOlOili li inutuels paid Lion 500 straight 380 place 280 show Freda Johnson place 341 show Stirrups 5I50 show showTime Time 26 52 i 106 113 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner T Proctors b h 5 by Anipelion Pota inides by Minstead trained by T Proctor brei in Kngland by Mr W Wliilemaii WliilemaiiWent Went o post at 201 At post 5 minutes Star good and slow Won easily second and thin driving drivingOverweights Overweights John L 1 pound 1 Q Second Race 5 12 Furlongs June 23 v 1916 105 3 118 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value tc winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Kquiv Kquiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4580 = AYMtfomy 110 1 J Roberts S010 S0104Xri 4Xri = Conchi 10S 2s C MeCorkle 2SC10 4 Bees AAinf 5 31 K Taylor 13JO10 45405 Tours 115 47 AY Hinphy 09CO1V 455 12 Homndation 110 51 AY AY AYright 4S0KX 4S0KX455073sphiiin 455073sphiiin 101 fi C Duggan 42010 4201045JO 45JO Borel 115 7 II leffcott 34flO10 2 inutuels paid Woodie Montgomery 3 Id Idstraight straight 240 place 221 show Concha 2 5l 5lplace place sj50 show Bees AVing 400 shmv shmvTime Time 25 52 113 Track heavy heavyAVinner AVinner Polk Ashleys eh g 7 by First Chil Duchess of Montebello by ICamistar trained bj bjT T Polk bred by Mr S Waring WaringWent Went to post sit 22 At post 2 minutes Stan good sind slow Won driving second and thin the same sameOverweights Overweights Borel 4 pounds Bees Wing 3 4fifi9ft Third Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191 tuu u 59 = i397 purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to wiunc 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odd OddInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 45581 = Ivanmist 10S ink c MeCorkle 20010 200104554Cl 4554Cl the Way 101 2 = 11 Huberts 10010C 10010C4i181 4i181 Duly Fashn 115 G Warren 113301UC 15458 Little Spider 113 4J W Mclntyro 501X 45571 Rochester 118 r2 15 Iinnojsir HiiDIH 45581 3Mannikin II IUC C AY Ilinphy 1101 J 2 inutuels paid Ivainnist S7H straight 300 place 20 show Clear the Way S2SO place 2IO show Duly Fashion 720 show showTime Time 25 51 104 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner II McCrossons b in 5 by Ivan the Terrible Mountain Mist by Magnetizer trained by R II McCrosson bred by Messrs Parmer liendrie liendrieWent Went to post at 255 At post 1 minute Start good sind slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Mannikin II 1 pound ARR91 Fourth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 OO iJ 400 4 ill3 110 Purse yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third C5 C5Kquiv Kquiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 45515 Phmtagenpt 101 13 J Roberts 31X1100 31X11004i57KCh 4i57KCh Hollers 107 2 1 AY Hinphy 10010fl 4 555 3 Hemlock 10 3 = AY Ornies 455l = Sleeth lOl 4 AY Mclntyre 4 5 3 Miss Ilrush 1 2 31 C Duggan 10201UO 4551 Little GinU KU W C MeCorkle 400100 4i55 Ideal 107 7 C Gross 501CO 501COL L inutuels paid Plantagenet fJiO straight S IiiO place 3SO show Christie Holters place 7SO show Hemlock SI 00 show showTime Time 25 51 118 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner C Ilowells 1 s by Ogden Mamie Worth by St George trained by C llowell bred by Mr John K Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 322 At post 1 minute Stsirt good and slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Christie Hollers 1 pound Sleeth 2 ARR99 Fifth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb UU6 2 1920 143 6 122 Purse 400 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 seocnd 80 third 50 50Kquiv Kquiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Straight 45517 Rutld Arms 111 ll C Gross KO100 4 ll = SuniiiierSish 1W 22 C DuRRan liiUOO 45572 Onwa lol 3 = 1 C MeCorkle iliolOO iliolOO455753Astraea 455753Astraea 107 45 C Buell IOIW 45511 Gomul 10 5 = J Itoberts 3750100 45513 Audrey 1C 112 5 AY Mclntyre S70100 2 inutuels paid Rutland Arms S12CO straight S4HO place 4K sliow Suminer Sigh 3150 place i3l0 show Onwa S420 show showTims Tims 25 50 118 147 l51s Track heavy heavyAYiiiner AYiiiner M Webbs b g i by Thrush Luscinia by Sr Simon trained by M Webb bred by Mr Fredrick Hardy HardyWent Went to post at 311 Off at once Start good and slow Won easily second sind third driving 4flfi9 Sixtl1 Race 58 Mile Jan 8 191G UU O 59z397 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Kiiuiv Kiiuiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Kin Jockey Straight I553Slurdee 110 11 W Mclntyre 20100 201004i55Crispie 4i55Crispie 112 21 R Lowe 10100 4i47 Ijiura Miller 107 H Csirter 4i5013Scarpia II 101 4 C Duggsin 310100 45451 1 AY Harper 115 5 P Pinnegar 4SO100 inutuels paid Sturdee S700 straight 320 place S2SO show Crispie S2SO place i2o show Liura Miller flSO show showTime Time 25 51 l0425 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner 1 Irbys b g i by Havoc Kate Kittle berry by Cersisus tniined by C Irby bred by Mr Joseph K Seagram SeagramWent Went to post at 4 I At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving Overweights Crispie 1 pound Laura Miller 4 AfiRQA Seventh Race 58 Mile Jan 8 19IC y00 y 5S 3 97 Purse 500 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 Eqniv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4 594Zindo 102 I3 J Majestic 530100 5301004552Corncutter 4552Corncutter 11 21 II Lowe 1201CO 1201CO455lShort 455lShort Stop 115 3 = AY Mclntyre 2IC100 45482 Klenr Lake 107 41 C MeCorkle 350100 l528G5Buckliorn II 104 5 AY Hinphy 25SO100 45385 Gold Flush UO G C Duggun 23SO1CO 2 inutuels paid Xindo S12CO straight 5 0 pbice S240 show Coriicntter 421 place 220 show Short Stop S220 show showTime Time 24i 50 104 Track heavy heavyWinner Winner J L Wildes br c 3 by AYsihlo inda by Wo dsth dsthirpe irpe trained by 1C Campbell bred by Mr J Prather PratherWent Went to post at 435 At post 1 minute Start good sind slow Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights ISuekhorn II v 1 pound Corncut ter 1 Monster Nipigon Speckled Trout MONSTER NIPIGON SPECKLED TROUT PORT ARTHfR Out April 5 Fifteen minutes sifter he made his first cast A S Brown of Kings ville Out sin amateur fisherman hooked the speckled brook trout that woii for him the cele ¬ brated Xipigon trophy The trout was 241 inches long sind weighed Gt pounds poundsHendrick Hendrick Hudson of Syoiset N Y silso caught a trout of the same weight sit the same spot Airgin Falls It mesisiired 21 inches in length and was si magnificent specimen But he used si cocca touche bait while Mr Brown used a fly and as the latter is more difficult to handle Mr Brown was declared the winner winnerW W G H Browne of Toronto caught a trout that weighed half si pound more than the winner but the catch wsis made just after the close of the trophy period so he was out of the running but is going after the trophy again this year yearAwarded Awarded anmmlly by the Canadian National Rsiilways the conditions provide that the fish must lie si true speckled brook trout must be caught In Nipigon waters by rod and line witli cither a fly or a single hook with bait Latest News From Lexington Track LATEST NEWS FROM LEXINGTON TRACK M Judge William II IIShelley Shelley will not be here until Wednesday to take up his duties sit the Kentucky Jockey Club trick in preparation for the spring meeting meetingO O L Foster sirrived here today from Havana He reports that his good twoyearold Kay S is so sick thai he had to be taken from the train yester ¬ day at Jacksonville He is expecting the car t arrive here tomorrow tomorrowThe The horses of W F Poison John T Ireland and Bob Allen are also on the way here from Cuba CubaPresident President J X Camden of the Kentucky Jockey Club left here yesterday for Xew York to be gone several days daysGeorge George Terry former sissistant stsirter who before that was for si number of years assistant to Jack Adkins sind other trainers has been placed in charge of the stallion Mont dOr and the thoroughbred mares belonging to Joseph K Widener at Klmen dorf Farm FarmJ J 1 Troxler arrived here last night from Xew Orleans with his horses horsesCharles Charles II Berrymans Knterprise has a chestnut colt by Ballot Giant Eels Of World's Waters GIANT EELS OF WORLDS WATERS There may be some who class with fishermens yarns the story of the diver at Tobermory Kngland who was recently attacked by a fifteenfoot conger eel There is no reason for doing so Congers grow to a gigantic size and eels of all sorts are ugly customers customersSome Some years ago i giant conger was caught in the shallow water off the beach at Snettisham in Nor ¬ folk Kngand It measured S feet S inches in length and weighed 14S pounds Such a brute if caught on a line and drawn injo a lioat would be a danger ¬ ous capture Congers half that size have been known to bite a mans hand in two and to have driven their teeth through the blade of an oar oarIn In 1513 KakananiNku the champion Olympic swimmer of Honolulu was attacked by si giant eel which dragged him under water si ml held him there for nearly two minutes lie escaped at last hut at the cost of the first finger of his right h 1 1Kcls Kcls sittain an immense size in the rivers of New calami and have been known to attack bath ¬ ers Many cases of bathers being drowned occurred in a river near an outstation owned by a relative of Colonel McyseyThompson sind it was at last defnitely ascertained that eels dragged them down downIn In April 1913 sin eel caused the death of si fish ¬ erman at Singapore The man wis fishing off Swet tenham pier with i line which he had foolishly fastened siround his wrist An eel estimated to be ten feet long swallowed the honk and despite his struggles he wsis dragged in sinil drowned His dead body was afterward found under the pier with the line now severed still sittached to his wrist Joying With Nature In Woods: Naturalist-Fisherman's Tribute to the Lovely American Water Ouzel. JOYING WITH NATURE IN WOODS NaturalistFishermans Tribute to the Lovely American Water Ouzel A man was seated beside a swift mountain stream in the far west eating his luncheon A bird note like the tinkle of a silver bell struck his ear He was always interested in woodland music so he paused with a sandwich halfway to his mouth listened and watched for the songster The note was one that he had never heard before In a few moments a slate gray dumpy bird about tin size of a robin with a short curved beak and an upright wrenlike tail alighted on a boulder in the stream not far from where lit sat The bird was tlu American dipper or water ouzel ouzelNow Now the man had read of the e pilslto song of this bird but had ever before heard it The little fellow threw up his head poured forth his liipiid clear tinkling note the very spirit of the wild He was presently joined by his mate and the two sat upon the rock and watched the man They were quite tame and they came to pick up the crumbs tossed to them A few rods below the stream ran about the foot of a bassalt cliff Tin female dashed across the stream alighted on a shelf of rock and entered a tuft of moss that hung just above the water so near that the spray dashed over it In a short time she reappeared apparently satisfied that the man had not molested her domi ¬ cile and joined her mate Ity looking closely he could see a round opening among the moss mossHe He waded across the stream on a voyage of dis ¬ covery The tuft of moss was a nest so cunningly devised and so adroitly hidden that it was well nigh invisible Four milk white eggs reposed on a soft damp Ixd The pair made much ado about the mans intrusion but he left them in peace peaceHABITS HABITS AND BEAUTY OF AMERICAN DIPPER DIPPERThe The American dipper is one of the most inter ¬ esting and peculiar of all our native birds The bird is shy ami retiring It frequents the swift mountain streams of the Kocky Mountain region and never approaches human habitations Only the angler who penetrates the unsettled mountain regions is familiar with these birds and he knows of them only as he hears their noisy clatter as they flit from rock to rock rockAlthough Although the dipper has no web feet it is an expert swimmer or rather flier beneath the water for it seems to make use of its wings to move about in that element No matter how swift the current the little chap tumbles in pellmell and scrambles si bout on the bottom in search if food One day this man surprised a halfgrown dipper sitting on a rock in midstream where the water poured down in a torrent He promptly plunged in and tin man lost sight of him He watched downstream expect ¬ ing to see the bird come to the surface tossed about like a chip but he did nothing of the sort sortAfter After several minutes the man occupied the rock he had vacated and prepared to cast his flies into the foot of a considerable fall Sitting demurely on si narrow shelf of rock was his bird How he man ¬ aged to make his way there against the rushing water was a mystery lie seemed so much at home in the water than the man decided to try an ex ¬ periment He chased the bird from his perch and into Ihe water he went In a few seconds the little creature was seen lieinath tin fall making his way across the stream He came out on the opposite side and scolded the man for his impertinence impertinenceIt It is iiile common to see these birds in winter when the streams sire partially frozen feeding be ¬ neath Ihe ice They creep silong the liottom picking up insects stud are plainly visible through the clear ice and water waterIn In scientific classification the dipper occupies a position midway between the wrens and the thrushes and his name comes from his peculiar habit of bowing or dipping gracefully when he meets you He has another most amusing habit that of winking in a roguish manner Page 4 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday, April 6. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Tuesday April G GWEATHER WEATHER CLOUDY TRACK HEAVY Tho figures under the heading1 Rec in tho entries below show the best time of each horse at tho distance since January 1 1917 no matter vhcro it finished Iii cases where record was niado on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 2M p m Chicago time 130 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 12 Mile Mile2yearolds 2yearolds Selling SellingTrack Track record April PJ1S 1S 2 112 112Todays Todays Inil Horse Wt Rec AAVtHan lCMi Repeat HIS il 111X72 111X724r51S 4r51S Marguerite llixon 101X721 liCOj Panhandler 117 4S 105X71 105X7145iSl 45iSl Auut Deda 104 4A JI7X71 lill Morning Face HUH 4 111 710 l ot Omer K 112 ilh 111 703 10 S2 Tlllt M 110 J iat 1 05 X 701 701Second Second Race C 12 Furlongs Furlongs5yearolds 5yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Xov 2U H17 lli 1 112 45111 Poultney 110 l21f 4 115X725 4tii27s IIiiron II 4CW74 Uidy Ward 10 l2lf 112X71 KilMKi Cobalt Lass 10 121 m 112X7K 112X7K4ii 4ii i7 Fleer t io iX7o i Ui l Who Cares S 102X70 102X701U7 1U7 Xed Mileyhright 10IX7JO Third Race 31 Mile MileAdvance Advance IMirse IMirse15yearolds 15yearolds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record Xov 21 1 17 112 1 122 122HSVKM HSVKM BETSINDA Hill 11 Hirx7L CVW3 Hagazza 10 114 ll rX71 lfi SK Hubby Allen 111 115 liX71l liX71lIf5 If5 ua Sataiia 107 lli 110X710 icons Ira Wilson 114 4VH5S Tlie Iinili IK 40SI5 ivccant itm iii iiiFourth Fourth Race G 12 Furlongs Governor Kicliie Handicap Handicap15yearolds 15yearolds and upward Track record Xov 20 HI17 lllf lllfH H S Slippery Kim HI 1 22h 451505 Arrah Go On 11 1 IS if 45 IS Manoevre Ill lllf lllfIVJl IVJl Heroism Fifth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards YardsItyearolds Ityearolds ami upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record April 10 ISIlfl l ir Vi 1 107 llil073 Cain de Cause Ii 147 5 17X725 45i2 Itelle Roberts 100 115 5 1015X720 4tiSOS3 Pilsca 111 151 5 108x715 4ti07 Mistress Polly 4OJ11 W 11 Ituckiier 105 147 11 X700 lOrSt Krcemanlle 10SX700 Sixth Race 1 14 Miles 1yearolds and upward Claiming ik record Xov J0 I15 210 I Ailstral 105 07 5 llandfull 102 14 h 7 apt llidge 102 07 5 Ben Hampsoii HampsoiiVilldo 110 Vi C Villdo 10 7 Sohpia Gatcwood 10 0i 5 Yorkist Seventh Race 1 11G Miles Jlyearolds and Claiming Track record Xov 118 4 11C 1151502 Cliick Harklcv 122 Red llomiuo KiOl Tom Trooks lidOS Waterproof II5I50S King Xeptime KiliOS Capital City t0 Ie Bleuet Bowie Jockey Percentages. 1IOAVTIC JOCK13Y IKHCluNTAGKS Miiry JlOIJt to ZVIareli 5t 15 1 Inclusive At or Over OverPO Jockey PO Wt Mts 1st Carmodv T 25 102 5S4 515 Xicklaus A 25 10 S 2 AVhlttingUil 21 100 4 Coltiletti F 1 S2 470 01 Troxlor R 1 Ill 225 42 Pilkens A 17 105 5I S SHi Butwcll J Hi 312 T15 S2 Kelsay W 15 HIS 444 58 Buxtoii M 1 IDS 35t 54 Dominick 1 15 107 II 22 Fa tor K 115 105 125 Hi Stirling I 12 10 75 45 Pierce 1 12 105 1571 45 Myers II 12 105 2IS 2 Morris I 12 IOS 10 i5 Williams 1 12 IOS 12 12H Rodriguez T H HIS 554 0 Zoeller 1 11 1 11 K Iirriiigtnn T 11 112 115 12 Burke J II 11 101 102 11 Bell 1 11 110 S 10 Moouev 1 10 It 715 7 Richcrock A 10 K1 42 42 Metcalf T 10 112 211 24 Hay nes K 10 111 12 19 McTaggart J JHunt 10 IOS 101 HI Hunt F 10 0 154 H5 Mnrpliy F 0 HI 172 Ii Walls C 00 110 201 20 At or Over OverWt lockey lockeyObert Wt Mts 1st Obert W 105 McCrann I 105 Mountain M 1015 234 22 2210S Iauley 1 10S 171 l Connors 1 112 liKl 14 Weiner F 02 214 IS Hileman K 110 ICO 14 Kirsclibaum C 111 01 Hoffier 1 an 05 05HK Corey O HK 201 Hanover J HIS 1S4 r rIOC Sueidman S IOC 277 20 Heupel J 101 120 7 Smitli F 105 178 0 0IC Carswcll I IC tO 4 Cnrrigan C 102 MeDerinott 11 107 1once C Miller C Wakoff II iromauelli IS Indue 1 Itryson F Jackson C Kcliwartz M Hupkins I 102 24 liogaiiowski W 102 u Cilbert C Sims A First Race [1st Bowie] FIRST RACE 12 Mile 2yearolds Selling April 5 1C1C 4S 2 112 112Index Index Course Dist TimeTcUOdds Wt St Yi i Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish FinishREPEAT REPEAT b f 2 111 By Onnondalc Copyist by The Scribe ScribeTrainer Trainer S A Clopton Owner S A Clopton 1U50 liowie 12 4yKood21ll HIS 7 7 7 f i V critllettl S Ilurilms Mad Lillian Mogcns Oi Jefsou 3 f 43 hvy 45 If 1 13S 1 P I3 F Cltlletti 4 Auntie May Joe Tag Wiinatah 47Cy FGnds 3S 2osfist 2i 111 1 13S 21 F Cltlletti S Morn Face IVtiu Ii JoeGoMmau JoeGoMmauLi 45701 PCnds 3S 35good 135 112 4 4SS Li 2l II Troxler 0 Cet Km Morning Face Voorin 45472 FGmls SS 37 slow 3J 112 1 13S 4 t 3 U Troxler 11 Marg UJxon Jo Tag Cet Km 47112 FGnds 3S 3G slow 1320 102 4 43S 3 3s F Cltiletti 7 Joe Tag Knimiic Mackeluainc 45345 FGnds 3S 37hvy 1 102 1 1 P F Cltiletti 5 Ittinmk NoFooling JoeGoodman MARGUERITE DIXON ch f 2 101 101Trainer By Harrigan Tender Bloom by Sir Dixon Trainer B A Jones Owner B A Jones 45S1S FGnds S 3 mud Hi5 10J 5 3s 3i T Howard S JoeTag S Springs CAUyrne 45172 FGnds JS 3 slow Gf 107 5 3i 1 J Howard It Joe Tag Repeat Cet Km 454f KGnds 58 3 TJlliud 135 113 1 1J 1 J Howard S JGoodman JMancini J Gorman 45IU12 FGnds 3S 3 Vihvy S 115 2 2 2J 1 Howard 5 UofTrumps SkylSltie Marylload 43319 FGnds 3S 3 hvy 20 114 5 4 43 II Garner 10 Cmpagne Skylilue QoCTrumps PANHANDLER b c 2 105 105Trainer By Peter Pan Adroit by Broomstick Broomstickf Trainer A D Worlcy Owner J H Eiff HG03 Uoie 12 4Ko d 15 US 0 f Pi J Xoclltr S Iliirilus Mad Lillian Mogens 401 1C Ha ana 12 4S fast 12 117 C li 13 W Urown VicMunoz Koseate Firefly II 4WS5 Ha ana 3 S 35fast 45 110 r r3S 1 1s W Crump i Dorotliy Lit 1ointer Felix M 1SG2 I la ana 3S 35 fast C Jlfi 5 53S 3 2 Ar Gargan i JcanCorev GAgramte Iaiuter 45C27 Ha ana 3S 37Hillvy 1 112 4 4f y 1 W Gargan Little Pointer Dorothy Felix M AUNT DEDA b f 2 97 97Trainer By The Manager Little Daughter by Ogden Trainer T Hodge Owner T Hodge a Jefson 4 W Htincli 0 Omer K Loehlcven J Goodman 4GWG Jefson 12 50 hvy S5 102 2 2 2s o Vida Joe Tag Coomls Maudie Wilson 4C192 Icfson 12 49sood 4 101 3 1 1 2i F Smith S MFace J Goodman Mckeluaine 4C109 Jcfosn 12 47fcfast 7 101 4 43S 3 4 Ci F Smith 7 Tenite Iluribus Ictunia 45741 FGnds 3S 3Tfast 10 109 2 23S H 2 S Vicla 11 Champagne LLeven Joe Tag 45C20 FGnds 3S SS mud 3 M 4 43S IS lt G Staelc 7 Alcatra Tenite Tutt 45573 FGnds 3S 37hvy 31 114 4 43S 3l 4 R SimpsonlO Miss Dora Tenite Josie Gorman 45505 FGnda 3S 35fast 15 113 5 4i 4 F Cltilettill Joe Goodman Get Km Teuite MORNING FACE b f By Tho Picket Mary King by Fatherless Trainer W B Mitchell Owner T H Wilson 46101 Jefson 12 4J ood 135 1 1 4 3i 11 J Bodge S ADeda TGoodman Mckeluaine 4G130 Jefson 31 f 43Kood 1 107 2 2459C5 1 I3 lk J Howard 11 Lucy Kate FadingStar Aoormel 459C5 Jefson 31 f 43 hvy 115 6 645S42 4 2i 23 J Howard 10 AuuMay MAdrianne MAVilsou MAVilsouJ 45S42 FGnds 3S 37 hvy 41 111 Fell FellOMER J Howard 0 Blemished Xo Fooling Tutt OMER K b c 2 114 114Trainer By Beach Comber Degenerate by Teany Trainer C Buxton Owner J Coburn 4010 Uowic 12 124SU HHsgooa ss lit 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3 SJ F Murphy 12 Freddie Coombs Aera Twyford 46014 Jefson Si f 43fast 4 115 7 73S 5 G1 5 i F Murphy 8 Aoorin Freddie Rungeorge 45812 FGnds 3S 37 hvy 10 HOi 1 13S 31 Z F M urphy 0 Blemished Xo Fooling JsUmraa JsUmraaoJ 45789 FGnda 3S SO fast 12 1IG C oJ GJ F Murphy S AVhite Star Hen Aalct Jetsam Jetsam3i 45721 FGnda 38 3 fast 10 110 5 3i 23 F Murphy U PungaBuck FrankMoody JoeEsh 45701 FGnda 38 35good 10 110 S 7 = 675 T Parsion 0 Get Em Repeat Morning Face Second Race [2nd Bowie] SECOND RACE G 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Claiming Nov 29 1917 119 4 POULTNEY br c 4 115 115Trainer By Bryn Mawr Galgris by St Gris Trainer E Moore Owner G W McSweeney 46111 Jefson 31 l13fast S5 112 1 31 314G01G 1 I3 L Lyke 0 Shandon InaKay AAlexander 4G01G Jefson 34 13 fast 7 112 7 G 4 3J 3 D Stirling 10 TingaLing Goldvale Marmite 45967 Jefson 51 f l09hvy 10 103 9 S G 41 21 S AVida 11 Bonstelle A X Akin Blalse 45622 FGnda 34 l19Smud 31 117 7 63 63454SO G1 G l K AmbroselO Hoiistelle Hadrian General 454SO 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St Germain Franklin Cerlnut CerlnutBy NED MILEYBRIGHT b g 5 5Trainer 109W 109 By Little Dutch Cloistercss by Carlton Grange Trainer AV Gargan Owner W Gargan irgan 4fC7 Havana 1 l41Mfast 5 54Ci02 110 r S 7 7 7IOS 9 9 AV Gargan Zodiac Timothy J Hogan Zoio Zoiov 4Ci02 Havana ImSOy 117 slow G5 IOS 5 v 4 3 31 S2 J Carmody 5 Iianca Manokin Ralph S SG 4G1G2 Havian 1 11G l4G9ifast 1 102 I G 5 G G10G GIS 4i A Tryon 7 FKmbry DainlyLady SkFace SkFaceS 4C054 11 a v ma ImOy 143 fast 20 10G S S S S 713 7J F Merimee S Hill Hunley Dione Dimitri 457SS Havina Im50y 143 fast S 100 3 6 5 G G G = F Merimee 5 Hope Lariat Lucky Pearl 45712 Havina 1 115 147 Rood 23 9 5544 4 G 51 F Merimee 5 Poacher Jellison Don Thrush 45633 1Iavma Im50y l13 Rood20 7 7 715 F Merimee 7 Dione Lariat Bierman Third Race [3rd Bowie] THIRD RACE 34 Mils Advance Purse 3yearolds Allowances Nov 24 1917 112 4 122 BETSINDA h f 3 105 105Trainer By Rockton AVinning AVitch by Broomstick Broomstick1s Trainer AV Fenwick Owner AV Fenwick 405 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9 Overcast B Through Sub Rosa RosaBy RAGAZZA br f 3 105 105Trainer By His Majesty Hcnpeck by Delhi Trainer G Peterson Owner G Peterson 46599 Bowie rl f 110 mud 3 9S 11 S I 3 C Ponce 11 Metsinda Satana Itright Gold 4G327 Jefson 51 f l09 fhvy 910 113 2 3 Il Il L Lyke 5 Plain Hill Kirah Col Murphy 46213 Jefson 31 111 ifast S 109 4 1 11 2 i J Uodgezll Blue Jeans Peccant Cortland 46131 Jefson 51 f 109 good LO 103 G r 11 1 U RomellilO Fly Frog Plain Hill RDivision 15300 FGnds 34 l13fast 30 102 7 3 Hi 123i v Heinchl2 Ina Kay Little Maudie Uadrian 45110 Jefson JefsonBOBBY 34 l14ifast 50 107 3 2 2ch 4 4s C Ponce Edith K MParnell ScdgeBrjyss ScdgeBrjyssBy BOBBY ALLEN ch K 3 113 By Harrigan Mae Irwin by Banquo II Trainer H AV Fry Owner H AV Fry 4C 83 Bowie 51 f 1OS fast 7 110 2 r G F Murphy 7 BulIroof Arwhead LPrmmyt 46192 Jefson 51 f l0ufast 3 10 1 2 2M 21 2i F Murphy 8 SweetLiherty Trust Assumu 4C373 Jefson M f lGGfast 15 09 2 2 2rl 4 4J A Bichcrk i Arnold Binding Tie Ticklish 4G110 Jefson rl f 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Kelly Fifth Race [5th Bowie] FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards 3yearolds and upward Claiming April 10 1919 145 4 107 GAIN DE CAUSE b c 3 97 97Trainer By Aveu Cremone by Cupbearer Cupbearer3l Trainer J Arthur Owner J Arthur Arthur4CG07 4CG07 Bowie Im20y l47 iRood 25 f G 4 2 2 24G5SG 3l 331 A Bichcrk 7 Tantalus Dorcas Frank Monroe 4G5SG Bowie Im20y l43fast 115 31 C G 5 4 0 5 A RichcrklO Irish Kiss My Dear Tantalus 46372 Jefson 1 140 fast 15 99 S S 7 7 S S 3 A Richcrtk S Dixie Carroll Tattle The Plrato 46307 Jefson ImOy l49hvy 35 112 5 5 4 1 14SSO 1 1 J Rodgez J5 ThqPirate MountGirl Kepeater 4SSO FGnds Im70y 1 4r ffast 20 7 7 5 fi fiiFiVnds Bi G H A Richcrk S Duke John SirGrafton WarClub iFiVnds 34 l1S hvy m 1W 5 G G G 4 1 Bodgex K MIu Man UTravelrr in Glenn 1 FGnda 34 l17 hyy fill 7 75 7544SGI5 C1 G 3 J ItoKcex 7 Simpleton Bullet Pn r Myltfar 44SGI5 Bowlo 1 l44faat 23 17 7 7 S 7 744S2J 4 31 A Bichcrk S Weary Peregrine Hctslnda 44S2J Bowie 1 l43good 37 90 2 S S 7 G1 0 4 A Bichcrk S Pen Rose Peregrine Star Realm BELLE ROBERTS ch m 5 By Master Robcrt Cliestnut Bell Trainer M J Murphy Owner Pelican Stab le 1GG21I Howio Im20y 150 mud 25 107 3221 32214G1SC ska Kingling II JIDay 4G1SC Bowie Im20y l45fast 14 10 412 3 4 47 G AAnlls 10 Irish Kiss Jly Dear Tantalus Tantalus1s 45363 FGnds i 116 157 hvy 4J 101 1 1 1 1 1s I3 S AAida S Deckmate Astraea AVads Last Last2l 45324 FGnds 1110152 hvy 175 103J 2 111 2l 2 G Walls fi Astraoa Iwiniwin Poilu 43317 Jefson Im70y 117 mud 31 107 2333 2 2 G Walls DlamdGirl DVandvor Medusa 45121 Jefson Im70y 14C fast 7 109 1 2 3 5 7 7 3 G Walls 8 Yowell Medusa T P McMahon McMahonS 40030 Jefson Im70y IMSlifast 10 105 2448 244844D5C S S G Walls 10 Comnie Ci Ncpperhan Astraoa 44D5C Jefson 34 l14fast 8 109 5 C 4 44454S 5 Go J Zoeller 7 Orderly Port Light Subahdar 4454S Empire 1 11G l49mud 3 10S 2 3 1 1 1 1s J Zoeller S PDear KohiNoor Lucius LuciusG3 44408 Empire 1 11G l4Sfjist S 107 7 7 7 5 5443S5 G3 2nk J Xoeller 9 Orelerly AVhimsy TMcTagart 443S5 Empire 1 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Pierce MISTRESS POLLY b m 5 105 105Trainer By Duval Polly Prim by Pirate of Penzance Trainer S A Clopton Owner S A Clopton Clopton4GG07 4GG07 Howie Ini20y l17good 1G HO 1 7 7 7 74G5SG 6 r F rltllettl 7 Tantalus Dorcas Gain de Cause 4G5SG Kowie Im20y Il5 fefist 5j 101 S 7 S 9 = F Hryson 10 Irish Kiss My Dear Tantalus TantalusG 45508 FGnds 1 140 fast 15 108 5 C C G G451U G C3 F CHiletti C Made Miller Eulogy CobaltLass 451U FGnds 1110155 hvy 185100 5 G C 3 3 2 F Cltiletti 5 Chief AVoodtrap Cerinus 45103 FGnds 1 lin hvy 4 101 5 434 4 53 F Cltiletti ii My Dear Stickling DuchessLace 45335 FGnds 1 l4G mud 5 IOC 5 5 5 5 31 2J F Cltiletti S Madge F Higlelea Tailor Maid MaidS1 44909 Jcfson Im70y l4Ggood 10 109 S S 9 9 944S5G S1 S11 C Ar Carl 9 Chief Ilono Hov Sans Peur II 44S5G Jefson 1 l47hvy 1310 113 2 4 4 4 4 2s G AV Carl 4 Chief Flyaway Trusty TrustyI2 4465 Church 1 1 12 240mud 05 IOC f 4 2 1 144G11 I2 1 S Ho le 1odstart Preeze Omond 44G11 Churohl 1 11G l4Sslow S 111 9 9 9 S S44fG 42 3J AV Kidenr 9 Hreezc Eulogy Texas Special 44fG Churchl 1 11G 151 hvy G 11 11 11 10 9 9444G2 1i T Murray 12 Grace Arravan II C Uasch 444G2 Latonia 1 18 202 hvy 17 112 G G G 6 3l 3 H Thurber C Jlleffering Linden HMcDwell 44420 Latonia 1 1S 200mud 125 110 6 G 5 2 2 lk L Ensor 7 Flapper Sk Face H C Haach 44339 Latonia 1 18 l53 mud 6 102 6 6 6 4 4AV 4 4 ° J Mooney 0 General Haig Haider Omond OmondBy AV H BUCKNER br s 5 H3 By Radfrel Determination by Rough and Keady Trainer AV Lewis Owner J 0 Byrne 4G91 Tefson 1 l40fast S 111 4 5J S Wida 10 Got i 4Cln Jefson 1 310 203 Rood 4 103 IiliA Uichork 9 Jri mpy Willdo Waterproof 4COSI Jefson 1 11G l47ifast C l 5 5l Ci G Stack S Col Ivale Goldorest Hoy Caballo 40917 FGnels 1 11G lr0 imud 7 107 7 I1 1 AV Obert 11 Cal allo llandfull Indolence 45120 Jefson 1 116 l47fast 10 109 S S450G3 4i 4J J Mooney ICuigali Itajazet Golderest Hoy 450G3 Jefson 1 11G l47 fast 15 105 2 Si 3 S TJoyle 14 Drag Itock Statim Sea Urcliln 45004 Jefson 1 1S l57slow 20 10S 3 344S55 6 fi = J Mooney i StsItridKe Mercliant JCStono 44S55 Jefson Im70y l55hvy 3 112 1 1FREEMANTLE 21 4 i U Gilbert 7 KXeptuue Yowell Audrey K FREEMANTLE ch h 5 108 By Free Lance Fedalma by Alarm Trainer F Boughsman Owner F Boughsman 4 3SG ro if Iin20y l5lifast ll ll4C2G3 10 S S 7 = E Fator 10 Irih Kiss My Dear Tantalus 4C2G3 Ha ana 1 11G l4G ifast 2 24fi0 2 r 5 a 3i lii p Chiavta TS ceial HorLereh Salvatelle 4fi0 Hu ana 1 11G 145 fast G G4I12S 4 7 7 7 7 r F Chiavta S Ialailiu Cromwell Knford 4I12S Ha ana 1 11 C l45fast Si Si4G011 4 f 5 G 3 n 2 A IMckens 7 Alvord Tuford Major Domo 4G011 Ha ana 1 140 fast 2J 2 G G G CU S i A Collins 10 IJally Alvord Poaeher 45919 Ha ana 1 11G l53 fchvy 45 454H7G7 1 1 1 1 1 1 J Carmody Drlae tJeotchVerdiet WSpirit 4H7G7 IIi ana 1 11G l45ffast 2i 5 3 4 4 21 i J Carmody 7 Cromwell Legal Jellisou 45GJ5 Ha ana 1 l41slow SJ 10 4 5 4 4 31 2S J Carmody 7 JSally Scotch Verdict Legal 1 1S l50fast 2J 100 3 2 2 2 3s 3 J Carmody Puford Legal Monomoy Page 5 Sixth Race [6th Bowie] SIXTH RACE 1 14 Milos 4ycarolds and upward Claiming Nov 30 1915 210 1 102 1USTRAL b g 5 103 103Trainer By Dalhousic Australina by Montana Trainer J Rcddick Owner R Goodlow GoodlowCO CO IS Howie 1 11 l4igood 54 02 077 G G4W70 5 3J A ItichiTk S XapCialius Pilsen AVaterproof 4W70 HdeGce 1 11 207 slow 53 104 9 4 4 f 4 = G13 K Denyce U VaterAVar LitCottage iimia iimiaSI 4 S74 HdeGce 1 14 2OGffast 50 105 U 11 7 741S2G SI C8 AV Obert 12 Thrift lack Mount Toddler 41S2G HdeGce 1 14 2OSfast 9 107 2853 41 410 j Denyse N Thrift Dalrose Itoxer 43721 HdeGce 114214 mud 13 111 = i 11 Denyse S Thrift Itomeo Col Aalcntinc Aalcntinc4s 43200 Empire 1 11G l53hvy 40 10S G G 5 4 4s 3 n Denyse G Vpuseide AlbertA TailorMaid TailorMaidG 43175 Empire 1 1S l5Gmud 50 1U7 G 6 6 G G C R Denyse 0 Mist Polly John Day Conduit 42739 Clksbs 1 11G l49fast 113 113HANDFULL 5 D Stirling Tt AVodau J W Klein MMaehrce HANDFULL oh e 7 107 By Royal Flush III Motlreda by Sir Modrcd Trainer L Haymaker Owner R V Haymaker 4CGi Uowl 1 11G liSG mud 7 110 J S S S4GC01 S 71 II 1aacy S Indolence Tixcrltose rniupsaH rniupsaH2J 4GC01 Iowie Im70y 164 mud 45 110 4 2 2 24CK7 2J ui F Hryson 9 SeiitisiKntal Uogart TomlSrooks 4CK7 Howie 7S l29 fcfast S 113 9 10 5 4 4 1 J llodri zlTi MiiniTtiinlo SayWheu TigKose 45517 FGnds 1 11G l50 inud 4J 104 3 2 1 2 245SCO 2 = C1 A Richcrkll AVlIlJckuer Caballo Indolence 45SCO FGnds 1 11G l50hvy G5 111 444 5 4 = 4 ° G Stack Napthals SeiitimenI ItTliistle 45735 FGnds Im70y l43 ifast 75 111 1 4 4 2 24wll 2 2s A Itichcrkl2 Mab Tit for Tat Nellie AAitwer AAitwerI1 4wll FGnds 1 116 l47fast 5 109 G 2 1 1 I1 2 A RicherklO Itrown Favorite Mab Philistine PhilistineS8 5430 FGnds 1 11G l54 l54smud smud s 114 8 5 S 8 8CAPT S8 718 J Rodgez 9 Counterbalance Midia Prunes CAPT HODGE b g 6 103 103Trainer By Fitz Herbert Irish Eyes by Isinglass Trainer J R Thornby Owner L F AVagner AVagner4CG01 4CG01 Howie Im70y 154 mud 21 111 S r 1 r 5 S13 S J HwIKr Sentimental Poiravt TomUroolvS 40180 Jefson 1 31G 203ood IO 109 0 11 9 9 9 S2 S13 W HelnchlJ AAaterproof LittlcStriiiK Verity Verity4G071 4G071 Jefson Im70y l43tfast 25 109141414 14 SJ 7 L Morris 14 Philistine Triumphant FPriiice 45795 FGnds Im70y l43 fast 15 111 12 12 11 11 11 10 J Pierce 1J Mab llandfull Tit for Tat 46625 FGnds 1 1S 202mud 1S5 107 2 4 4 3 3 3 J Xoeller K Plenty ISombast El Key 40582 FGds 1 14 214 2147 hy 7 104 4 7 6 3 3BEN 21 3 J J Pierce 7 K Xeptune Tanlae HrFavorlte HrFavorlteBEN BEN HAMPSON br g 6 103 103Trainer By Ben Trovato Margaret Hampson by Nasturtium Trainer AV J Burke Owner J J Fahey 4 001 Uonir Jn70y 154 mud 11 Ml 4 3 4 I I4CiSS 4CiSS Howie 1 11G 152 fast S2 105 10 9 11 11 114G371 S 8 1 H Huruell Doniis Naptlius MounKosell 4G371 Jefson 1 31G 207sfast 12 110 4 3 3 5 54G331 6 G1 AV HeinchlO L Ward Itrynlimah AVaterproof 4G331 Jefson 1 116 l51hvy 10 IOC 4 4 4 3 34G239 3 314 A RichcrU r ICedland Naiitlialins Iwiniwin 4G239 Jefson 1 110 l4Sfast 25 112 1 3 4 5 54C19G 4l 432 J Judge 9 Indolence AVaterproof Jack 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F AVtiner i Ilkorynut DCrnival FPrinee FPrineeBy YORKIST b g 5 109 109Trainer By Yorkshire Lad Lady Kilmarnock by Kilmar Trainer A V Thomas Owner A V Thomas as nock nockG 4GG31 Howie 1 110 1 imud 22 110 7 G G4GJ15 G 53 4 1 T 1argton S Indolence TigerUosc Crumpsall 4GJ15 Jefson Im70y l45fast 13 112 589 2 3ii 21 II Myers 10 Hriekley IdeChnee Tomphant 40317 Jefson 1 11G 1 50 hvy 3 107 S 10 10 G a 55 A Richcrkll PGKing Green Mint Prickley 4G30S Jef son 34117 hvy 7 11510 G 9 9ilO K Pauley 13 Grumpy Le Palafre General GeneralS 4G111 Jefson 34 1 13fast 40 109 7 98 S 81 S11 R Pauley 9 Poultiiey Shandon Ina Kay Kayo5i 41299 Reno 1 l40 fast 195 110 o5i AV Mclnre S SamHill Gold Chance PromMe 44245 Reno 1140 slow 1 111 4J AV Mclnre DickieW Gold Chance SamHill 41239 Reno 58 l03slow 175 US US440SO 2 AV Mclnre Nellie H ClearLake Praetorian 440SO Reno 1 l41fast 2910 112 lt AV Mclnre 0 Little Abe Sam Hill Curlicue Seventh Race [7th Bowie] SEVENTH RACE 1 11C Kilos 3yearolds and upward Claiming Nov 25 1015 148 4 110 CHICK BARKLEY b li 5 ICG ICGTrainer By Toddington Mary Lo Bus by St Savin Savinr Trainer P J Miles Owner P J Miles Miles4IW2 4IW2 Howie Im70y l5imid S 115 7 7i r G GJ G AValls 9 Mallowmot Kingling II Primes 4114 Jef son lin70yl4G fast 5 112 5 3 2 2 2s 22 J Rodgexll Ind Chant Prynlimali TforTat 40115 Jefson 1 11G 14S fast S 117 4 2 3 4 41 fiJ J Kodgezlt Indolence El Key AVilldo 40037 Jefson 1 11G l49slow S 117 433 43345SG1 2 IJ 2i J Hutwell 9 AVilldo Dur Roberts Gourmand 45SG1 FGnds 1 11G l52hvy 115 111 S 5 G 5 71 47J G Stack 12 Scourgeman TforTat Lfilleeu 45774 FGnds Im70y 145 fast 12 115 233 4 S1 45i C Jackson S Nepperhan Sir Grafton Keep 45747 FGnds 1 18 155 fast S 110 3 5 4 4 4J 31 C Jackson S Lucius Golderest Hoy Lotterj 45GS6 FGnds 1 11G l50good C 113 1 1 1 1 2J 2 C Jackson 7 Alhena Contestant Trentino 45510 FGnds 1 11G 147 fast 30 115 755 5 7J 71 S Sndman 9 Antoinette Toddler James JamesRED RED DOMINO ch g 3 104 By Olambala Fantasque by Disguise DisguiseTrainer 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R RomellilO LadyWard Hrynlimali HetliIliU HetliIliU3s 1239 Jeffcon 1 116 l4sysfaat S 117 S S 7 3s 2Ji R Romelll 9 Indolence Jack 1C KenUampsou 196 Jcfson 1 316 203 good 5 119 6 5 4 4 4 = i R Romelli 9 AAr II Huckner Grumpy AVilldo 4G136 Jefson 1 310 203igood S 115 7 4 3 3 3s IJ R RomellI12 Little String Aerity Sasin 4604S Jefson 1 316 202Sfast 7 112 S 5 3 4h 4t J Rodgez S Sky Pilot Contestant JOStone 45971 Jefson 1 316 205 hvy 2 115 5 545S1S 6 G 6 52 F Smith S Napthalius Lucius Tit for Tat 45S1S FGnds 1 18 200 hvy 165 113 6 3 1 1 1 F Smith 8 Lorena Moss Hotnbast Luther LutherBy KING NEPTUNE br g 7 114 By Sea King Toots by Top Gallant Trainer C N Freeman Owner C N Freeman FreemanWOS WOS Howie 1 116 l53 igpod 22 lui 7 6 I 4 = r J Heupel S Napthalius Pilsen Austral Austral4G58S 4G58S Howie 1116152 fast 20 113 7 C 9 10 9J 9 J Rodgczlt Dorcas Napthalius M Rose II II4G311 4G311 Jefson 1 316 2OHihvy S 111 222 1 2 2J J Rodgez t Tantalus Rookery Cterbalauce Cterbalauce4P176 4P176 Jef son 1 310 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10 9 94MS4 G G5J J Pierce 11 HarOne Geld Hoy Cnterbalauce CnterbalauceI 4MS4 Jefson 1 316 203 good 2 107 1 4 7 6 645SS2 I 54i J Pierce S GoldHoy HubIxmder Prunes PrunesI1 45SS2 FGnds 1 116 l49 fast 1310 712 5 4 4 2 I1 I3 J Pierce 8 Nellie AVitwer Lottery H Hogart 45794 FGnds 1 1S l53fast 5 109 0 11 10 7 7LE 41 I1 J Pierce 11 Doily AVaterproof Otsego OtsegoBy LE BLEUET b c 3 DG DGTrainer By Verdun Grand Source by Faucheur Trainer J Arthur Owner J Arthur Arthur4GG09 4GG09 Howie Im20y lIS2sgood R 9S 3 4 5 5 54C344 4s 4 A Richcrk S Tiger irose Marmite Hogart 4C344 Jefson 34 l15hvy 30 105 2 5 f f453S2 5 5 A Richcrk i L Hrmnmel Antiepate AV Cares 453S2 FGnds 1145 hvy 50 93 6666 666644S27 C 6 6s = s S AAida C Damask Hone Dry Simpleton 44S27 Bowie 6S f l21fast 39 W 4 S 7 7 G A Richcrk AVeary Sis Helene Ameri Hoy 44791 Bowie 6 f l21 4fast 7 106 9 7 0 oi G10 A Richcrkll Hetsinda PirMcGee FstConsul 44755 Bowie 1 IMS fast 5 90 2 4 4 3 2 t 41 A Richcrk li SisIIelene Ireland PirateMcGee 44721 Pimlico 1 142 fast G 97 8 6 S 7 7PAUL 6 = 533 F AAeiner 10 Toueanet K Champion Ireland PAUL C9NNELLY br g 5 103 103Trainer By Ballot Lampover by Lamplighter LamplighterS Trainer C Phillies Owner H Twyman Twyman4G597 4G597 Bowie 34116mud llf 113 S S S SJG231 S G J II BurkeKJ Onico Sungold Ettahe JG231 Jefson 34 114 fast 20 112 11 11 It It45S45 II1 ll10 II Thurber it Kedland AAlexander General 45S45 FGnds Im70y l49hvy 8 112 C C G G G45GGO G3 6 D Stirling 7 Frank Monroe Hadrian Keep 45GGO FGnds 1 1S 201 hvy 7 113 2 1 1 1 31 3si II Thurber S J C Stone Lucius Grumpy 45622 FGnds 34 l19mud 8 111 8 99 7 5 s H ThurberlO Hoastelle Hadrian General 45559 FGnds 1 110 l52 ihvy 41 113 4 S 8 S 72 718 L Morris 10 Hombast HrownFiivorite Prunet Odd Fishes Of English Lakes: Denizens of Clear Deep Water Almost Unknown to American Anglers. ODD FISHES OF ENGLISH LAKE Denizens of Clear Deep AVater Almost Unknown U American Anglers Inhabiting the beautiful waters of the English lake district are several species of fishes that an comparatively little known except to those wh make a study of ichthyology and to the smal body of anglers who luive at times made a spe ciilty of angling for them Among these species which an very rare except in particular localities and waters may be mentioned the char the powan and the vendace These are rather uiironimoi members of the piscine tribes and doubtless anglin readers will take something more than a passim notice of these few remarks concerning the same sameIt It is interesting to review if only superficially the peculiarities and habits of these uncommoi fishes that inhabit the deep still lakes of Cumber ¬ land and adjoining counties The iliar which i said to vary somewhat in appearance in differen waters is a most iMautiful fish Pretty as tin motthd and crimson jeweled trout can be tin chat goes one better in beauty of coloring Nature has indeed painted this superb fish with a lavisli hand and he must be an undiscerning angler win fails to exclaim with admiration upon first viwin the varied ami beautiful tints adorning this deep water fellow This fish is found exclusively in mountain lakes and deep tarns and in the lake district is principally met with in AVinderm re the likes Collision Ennerdah llaweswatir Llls water and various smaller sheets of deep water in Cumberland and the neighboring Westmorland WestmorlandThe The char is casily distinguished from the trou by the bright red and orange color of the abdomen especially in the hiveding season In genera appearance the buck is of dull olive green niergin into sea given on the sides shot with silver reflec tlems and spangled with red spots brilliant carmine and a tint resembling orange stain the under parts Tlie vcnlral and anal fins nv eif a reddisli color the pectoral fins greenish splashed witli red and the dorsal and caudal fins are of a darl green hue AVhen fresh caught this fellow U real beauty and well worth looking upon AVha a pity it is nor more spurting spurtingGenerally Generally speaking char haunt the deepest part of the lakes and seldom fiviiuent the shallow except at the time of spawning Doubtless till is the principal reason why they are not angle for to any great extent In some parts of tin world char an taken in nets and find a readv sale in the markets for if not greatly esteemed from a sporting point of view char are higtil priaed by epicures Putted char has been ivekume a delicaey in some districts for generations generationsCHAIt CHAIt POAVAN AND VENDACE OF LAKES LAKESAHlHHish AHlHHish KH rtsnteu do not pluct char high uj in thf ranks of game fishes thiy rceintnlae it as it fish of sr at beauty nitd mysterious habits Haunting as tliev do the Idiukest depths of the great sheets of water lying in the hollows of thf ageold hills char savor something of a mystery and as creatures of somewhat peculiar habits are very attractive and interesting to the trojit angler on the lakes when bv chance or getod luck he happens to find his keen barb fast in one In Windiimcrc and other lakrs char may be taken best by spinning deep with a kind of triangular spinner similar t those used for mackerel Anot her fNi of deep water is the powan This fish savors of the mysterious also haunting a it does the deeper parts Like the char it inhabits only certain waters and these the deepest lakes and tarns In the lake district it is most nu ¬ merous in Illswatcr and Ilaweswater lu habits and charaeteristies the powan rescmbles the char keeping much to the blackest depths of the lakes leaving those parts only for the shallows at the time of spawning usually late autumn H is however sometimes observed swimming quite near o the surface in warm summer weather feeding on gnats flies and other insects It is an extremely goodlooking fish and one observer describes it as of a iKautiful glossy brown slightly tinged with delieate pink iridescent anil silvery below the lateral line belly pun white gillcover bright s Ihvry eye large with white irides Hoth the char and the powan would rank high in the list of game Hies if only they were more easy of access aiid more spotting As it is their angling value is nothing great and few anglers speciale in fishing for them Inhabiting as they do the deeper recesses eif the great lakes and defp tarns little is actually known of their habits their principal food etc To anglers anil others with a penchant fir studying the ways of the piscine tribe these fishes an creatures both interesting and mysterious mysteriousAnother Another peculiar fish of the same genus is the vcndace So far as appears known this fish emy inhabits a group of lakes in Scotland and several of the English lakes namely AVindermere Derwent watcr Hesseiithwaite Lake and also the Kiver Greta In ways and habits this peculiar fish resembles the char and the powan and retires to deep water except eluring the breeding season when it haunts the shallows It is said to be givstiriwis and herringlike in its movements It is a pntty fish somewhat ivsembliug its near kin tin powan from whieh it is distinguished by its rather large scales and by a slight projection of the under jaw jawThe The vendace is seldom if ever angled for the few that are captured being taken in nets Although of little sporting value it has long been noted for its edible properties being aceeiuuted a dainty delicacy Many years ago there existed a society known as the Vendaec Club It was not quite in the tjitfgory of angling clubs but onee a year at least the members met and held a feast this peculiar table delicaey forming the staple portion of it This odd club has now ceased to exist Arthur Sharp in Fishing Gazette General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY Swift termination of the hysterical strike of 00 Chicago switchmen leel by John Griiuail was forecast today with the arrival of COO union switch ¬ men from out of town tet break the outlaw strike Switchmen are coming into town in such numbers that the bae kboue of the strike will be hrokin to ¬ night said A F Whitney vice president of the Hrotherhood of Itailreiail Trainmen who is ceinduct hig the fight to save the contracts of his union from violation Every carload of stock that eu ters the stockyards will be handled promptly by i reserve crew of union switchmen he saiel and we expect to have the COO idle locomotives going in short order orderFloods Floods of dangerous volu appeared HkeIv ves vesterday terday throughout the dozen midwest states which were covered with snow and ice by the Easler blizzard as the thermometer started to rise with the prospect of returning to a springtime point before night All weather bureau records for April snowfalls were broken to smithereens In the storm area the Easter day fall was measured at from six inches to three feet with elrifts piled up let leu feet A sudden thaw sueh as is in prospect would pom into the streams in a day more water than in normal seasons is drained off in a month monthChinese Chinese of future generations will write in phonetic script and use a typewriter with olilv thirtynine eharacters instead of plying a brush to draw 10000 or more hieroglyphics if mission workers sueceed in an effort they are making lo revolutionize handwriting in use in China for more than IOItO years The work of the missionaries is at last beginning to rrceive official sanction and they entertain hopes that eventually tin Chinese brush ink block and ink tablet will have to go to give plaee to more niodern methods of com ¬ municating ideas ideasWeather Weather Forecast Illinois Fair tonight prob ¬ ably followed bv rain Tuesday or Tuesday night slowly rising temperature General forecast The northwestern disturbance will probably move south ¬ eastward so that conditions will not yet become settled in this forecast elistrict from Like Michigan and Illinois westwanl over the middle west The temperatures will moderate slowlv in the middle states statesAn An cneoimter resulting in a number of casualties in wounded occurred early yesterday outside the fonign offiee betweeii extreme Socialists and the police A police motor car was overturned anil eiistnyod and two policemen were badly beaten Itevolvei wemnds were sustained by a few of the demonstraters This is virtually the only instance so far of apparently premeditated violence during the crisis in Copenhagen CopenhagenA A huge bundle represcntiiig the resignations of 12iS Cliiengo fire fighters intended to go Into ef ¬ fect Sntiird y lay unopened Monday on the desk of fire marshal OConnor lit and John F Cullerton imuiiigcr tif properties in the department who has hrt charge of itgot iat inn with ll e men declared the slip of p nr turned in by the men lute Satur elity would not b eemsidered as resignations resignationsThe The Hritis Sminlist pnrty Ims adopted a resolu ¬ tion that the time is opiHtrtune to organize Soviets in every town it was announce bv the organi ¬ zation yesterday It was decided to arm the workers for the coming trugglc which is in ¬ evitable The Socialist leaders said that the work ¬ men must arise as a result of the European A traniatlaiitic aerial liner with capacity for 100 or TliO passHiigers propelled by entrines of 12 000 horsepower was described Sunday by Gianni Caproni as a probability of the near future at an Aero Club dinmr in New York Signor Capremi announced the invention of selfadjusting motors and pro ¬ pellers for machines ued in altitude flights flightsA A Canadian air fom is to be formed immediately The personnel will be drawn from volunteers from tin ranks of men formerly in the royal air force resilient in Canada The foree wiUprobably be lim ited in the beginning to about 000 men and the training centers will not number more than one or two to begin with withA A 1 M02 M0 pension bill was presented te day in the House Theie biuefitiug under it number Cl1427 Representative Cannon Itep of Illinois stated adding that this was lIvlCS less than this year The total appropriation however was only 1110001 less than that for the present fiscal year yearMany Many square mills of country has been buried fathoms deop by the tremendous lava flows from Kilaiieatt voleaao thirtytwo miles from Hilu Island in Hawaii which began spectacular erup ¬ tions luring the latter part of October 1U19 and are still eontiuuiiig eontiuuiiigAn An eniergeney appropriation of 42tiUUO000 was asked of Congress yesterday by S wager Sherley director of finance of the Itailroad Administration to meet payments of standard returns ami either claims due to railreuids or becoming due before Septembei 1 1President President AVilson is having difficulty in finding men willing to give up their business to serve em the railroad labor board as representatives of the public AVhite House officials said today in explain ¬ ing the delay in nominating the members e f the board boardCharges Charges eif perjured testimony and a doctored rec ¬ ord in the trial of the five Socialists expelled last week from the New York assembly were coiitaineel iu a stateincut isMieel today by the national execu ¬ tive committee of the Socialist party partyLike Like Michigan roeked bv the Easter blizzard today gave up the body etf Jeanne Anna DeKay the missing heiress whose disappearance from Hull House December SO caused a nationwide search that held public interest for weeks weeksEstablishment Establishment eif a transcontinental air mail serv iee at the ceist of lliOtMl is provided in the annual posteiffiee appropriation bill agreed to yes terdav afterneioii by House and Senate conferees at AYashiugton AYashiugtonOne One hundred and eightyeight easualties mostly slight oecurred as a result of a conflict in Jeru ¬ salem on Easter Sunday The military is in centred of the situation situationThe The French foreign office adheivs to the belief that the Utilir qtustieiu will not result iu a renewal of hostilities betweeii Germany and the allies the opinion being expressed that Germany is about to back down Most Wonderful Tree In The World MOST WONDERFUL TREE IN THE WORLD An Anurican hunter has diseovered in the clmreh vard of the village eif Santa Maria del Tule semth eru Mexico a cypress tree which is estimated tet be betweeii 000 and COOO years old oldThis This hoary patriarch 5s as active and flourishing now as it was fifty centuries or more ago It is easily the eddest living thing In the world worldThe The amazing tale this aifcieut tree could tell had it the power eif speech would be more enthralling than any story to be found in the pages of fictiem It would eemtaiii priceless information concerning those early revolutions in Mexico and the rise and fall ef monarchies and civilizations iu tropical America AmericaAVhen AVhen it first commenced to push its nose above the soil abeiut the year liOOO H C King Menes was reigning iu Egypt AVIieu Cheops drove his myriads of slaves with the lash to the labor of building the Croat Pyramid it was a slender stripling of 200 vears And it had attained a youthful age of a lucre liOO years when the Hebrews made their first exodus frcni the valley of the Nile NileAVhen AVhen the tree was last measured it was found that its trunk four feet from the ground had the astounding girth of PJli feet It was first dis ¬ covered by IlimilHildt 100 years ago whit nulled a wooden tablet to the trunk This tablet is n w alnfost covered by a growth of bark which shows that Hit tree has by no means ceased growing Thirty-Mile Run Of Foxhound THIRTYMILE RUN OF FOXHOUND A wonderful feat has been perfeirmed by a Hleneathra North of England foxhound a third season hound Unity a descendant of euie eif feiur fetxhoiinds presented at the death of the famous John Peel bv his trustees to the late Srie Cro zier The Hleiicathra after a great elavs hunting killed two foxes at Wauthwaite Crag but Kuly had left the pack In the Thlrlniere Aalhy and elimbtd out over Helvellyu for Mattenlale and was not seen again that tlay She turned up next day at the home of a farmer in Hraithwaite Aallcy who had walked her when she was a puppy and after ¬ ward news came that Uuby had run a fox to New ¬ ton Kigg iu the Penrith district and kille d The fox was a I wester and it is estimated that tin hound could not IIHXV traversed less than thirty miles before she pulled U down London Sports ¬ man Page 6 MARCH BOOK BOOKNOW NOW ON SAL t issued on the first day of each month with complete charts of the previous months racing in North America now carries an inde 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 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