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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 7, 1920 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 drf1920040701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 7, 1920 Daily Racing Form. Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognition (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has been done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Page  The Price of This Newspaper Is Ten Gents Everywhere Bronzewing And Family: Good Race Mare and Four of Her Offspring in Same Stable.; Sentiment Responsible for Dan Lehan Keeping This Interesting Little Group Together. BRONZEWING AND FAMILY Good Race Mare and Four of Her Offspring in Same Stable Sentiment Responsible for Dan DanLehan Lehan Keeping This Interest ¬ ing Little Group Together LOriSVILLK Ky April n Dan Lehan veteran turfman of this city has perhaps the only racing strtblo in America in which a brood mare and four f her o fsprlng ranging in age from ten days to three yeas are quartered Hronzewing nineyear old mtiro by Stalwart Miss Dolly is heid of the thoroughbcd family in question and two sons and a daughter an lie found in adjoining stalls to her in the Lohin bnrn at Churchill Downs while an ¬ other dauplitcr of only ten days existence shares her stiill with her Incidentally the latter has the distinction f being one of the few race horses really born tin a racetrack as she was foaled in the stall wlich she now occupies The Hronewing family is nude up of Alex Jr threeyearold colt by Hnllot Humphrey twoyearold colt by the same sire a yearling filly which was sired by lluon II and the Buckling filly mentioned above of which Ualjli is the sire sireSentiment Sentiment i responsible for Lehnn keeping the mare and her fvils together and he will not separate them under a ay circumstances Pronzewing was oxvned by the lite Alex r Humphrey Jr prominent in law and smal circles in this city and also an amateur rider if note in the Kast Lehan was his trainer and dixest friend and when the young sportsmtu w s killed while practicing aviation stunts in t4M Ill ted States army his thoroughbreds became th imp ty of their caretaker caretakerPronwWinp PronwWinp win always the favorite horse of Ir Humphrey aivl she likewise is held in high esteem by Lehan When the first foal came he named it Alex Jr after his deceased friend and the next one was treated in the same manner it being called Humphrey The yearling filly has not been named as yet am it is far too early to even think of a name for tle suckling Several offers have been made for Alex Jr but to them all he turns a deaf ear His fondness for Mr Humphrey prompts him to keep the progeny of his favorite ld mare and when her offspring finish racing Lehan will keep them on hi farm near Jofferson lown Ky KyALEX ALEX JR IN KENTUCKY DERBY DERBYHe He has named Alex Jr for the Kentucky Derby and while he may not be of Derby caliber he is training in a manner that indicates u good season for him as a threeyearold Humphrey has been nominated in several stakes in Kentucky for the coming meetings and good judges prodicr a bright future for him himJust Just outside of the Lehan stable at the D wns is a large paddock and on bright days HronzowiMg and her suckling foal can be seen scampering around in it They attract a lot of attention and both seem to be aware of it as they almost come to a jiiise while being looked over by visitors The t Ie filly is a uoodlooking individual and experts in turf affairs hare commented favorably upon her Most pcaiMiiicMost pcaiMiiic owners of race horses have to wait until they get them on the track before they are able to win r lose a wager on them but not so with Lchnn and this youngster In less than sixty seconds after she was born he was 10 loser on her He wagered this amount with Pete Coyne trainer of the Ceorge J l mg stable that the foal would IM a coll Coyne was more than casually interested in it because of her being sired by Kalph which he trained for Mr MrLong Long and which is now st ling at Hush ford Manor ManorFarm Farm FarmProiiowings Proiiowings best season was when she was a threeyearold ill Till I That spring she was of stake caliber as she won the Ashland Oaks at Lexington lite Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs and finished third in the Kentucky Derby to Old lioseblid and Hodge The latter two are still racing while she has a quartet of foals Kacegoers in this section remember her well as she was such a slow beginner that she would appear hopelessly nut of a race until turning off of the backstretoft ind then she would come with a great rush The thrills that she afforded her admirers were numer ¬ ous and many times she performed what looked like the seemingly impossible for them Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF It is reported that there is little chance of trainer J tnieiisetter getting Sam Freedman ready for the Derby as the colt has had no outside work thus far farThe The Ogden Stable will be shipped from Louisville to Havre de Crace today and jockey Clifford Ko inson the contract rider for that establishment will leave for the Maryland track at the same time timeKntries Kntries close on Saturday April II for the Har ford Handicap 1111 added to be run at Havre de Crace on the opening day Friday April Hi for thrccvcarolds and upward at threequarters of a mile mileJohn John W Schorr who intended to stay at Hot Springs until April 15 was suddenly called back to Memphis on a business proposition lie will go direct to Ioxington from Memphis where his horse will be ready for the spring meeting meetingAmong Among the wellknown members of the racing fraternity who are still at Hot Springs are Col Itobert L Paker Fred Cood John Carey paddock judge at the New Orleans track Frank Keagan IM Thornton A J Kiley and Jack Adler AdlerEighteen Eighteen horses belonging to O M Hendrie have arrived at Louisville from Callatin Tenn in charge of trainer John Walters The good handi rap horse Handier is included in the string The Hendrie horses are stabled at Douglas Tark TarkJockey Jockey T Murray contract rider for Kay Spence has goiie to Hot Springs Ark where he will re ¬ main until the opening of the Kentucky racing sea ¬ son Murray has been bothered with boils and is hopeful that the baths at the Springs will rid him of them The American Stud Book's Story: How American Breeding Records, Born In Philadelphia In 1815, Came On Through Skinner, Edgar, Stafford, Taylor, Herbert, Wallace And The Bruces To The Jockey Club Salvator THE AMERICAN STUD BOOKS STORi HOW AMERICAN BREEDING RECORDS BORN IN PHIL PHILADELPHIA ADELPHIA IN 1815 CAME ON THROUGH SKINNER SKINNEREDGAR EDGAR STAFFORD TAYLOR HERBERT HERBERTWALLACE WALLACE AND THE BRUGES BRUGESTO TO THE JOCKEY CLUB My contribution to Daily llacing Form of March l0 in which I considered the law in the breeding of Hanover connected with the pedigree of Wild Medley sire of Ophelia his fourth dam has I observe attracted the attention of Kxile whose excellent articles on br ling subjects are so highly appre ¬ ciated by all readers interested in that ide of the racing sport His comments upon my article contain many points worthy of attention and taking certain of them as my text I may beg tlnr privilege of a further statement statementIn In the lirst place Kxile has been evidently misinformed in regard to the original date of publica ¬ tion of the American Stud Pook He sys American breeders failed to provide themselves witii a means of properly registering their bloodstock until so late a date as 1SSI The first volume of Pruces Stud Hook did not appear until that date whereas the lirst volume of the Knglish Coneral Stud Pook was published in 18 7 There is absolutely no excuse for the failure of American breeders of blood ¬ stock to make provision for a means of registration until 1SS1 In view of such a misapprehension of the facts upon the prt of so generally wellposted ai authority as Kxile it is perhaps a timely moment to relate the genesis of our American Stud Hook HookAs As early as LSI efforts toward the publication of an American Stud Prok were made in Philadelphia but never got beyond the stage of a prospectus Hut similar attempts continued in subsequent decades J K Skinner of Haltimoro in lSi began the publication of his American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine and he too projected a stud book and issued a prospectus but never got farther with the work In his magazine however he recorded all the pedigrees that he could obtain Finally in 18 t Patrick N Kdgar published his American Kaec Turf Ucgistcr Sportsmans Herald and Ceneral Stud f pjojieer collection of pedigrees nailer such a title In ls7 S a man named Stafford of ofWashington Washington 1 filtered the llelil He went to the extent of haxing several sample pages of his stud book set np for advance circular purposes but this was as far as he ever got gotA A few years later Penjamin Ogle Tayloe one of the most famous of our early authorities upon and writers about the thoroughbred who contributed to Iorters old Spirit of the Times over the pen name nameof of Observer decided to c pile a stud book and did a large amount of research and collation Hefore Heforehe he had completed it however he was obliged by pressure of other affairs to abandon it and he then placed his manuscript unfinished in the hands of William T Porter of the Spirit Mr Iorter was supposed to have turned it over to W II Herbert famous as Frank Forester In his Horse of Amer ¬ ica published in IJCili Frank Forester gives a list of all stallions and mares that had been imported up to that date which ho states had been compiled from all available authorities lie does not mention the Tayloe manuscript as it was unpublished but doubtless he utilized it This was the lirst list of its kind ever published in book form and covers over 100 pages of Vol I of the work in question Frank Forester died two years later and the Tayloe manuscript which in a way must have been invaluihl owing to its authors opportunities and abilities seems about that time to have disappeared for Jiu trace of it could ever afterward be found certainly a great genealogical loss to oir racing breed breedJOHN JOHN H WALLACES SHARE IN THOROUGHBRED BREEDING WORK WORKlu lu the latter fifties John II Wallace then living in Mnscatine Iowa and a pedigree enthusiast conceived the idea of compiling a stud hook He had been a student of racing genealogies for a number of years and was a contributor to the Spirit then as it for many years had been and long con ¬ tinued to remain the chief exponent of Americas sporting activities Keceiving considerable encourage ¬ ment ami some financial assistance he set to work and brought out Wallaces American Stud Hook Vol L in ISO after several years of compilation the publisher being C K Woodward of New York This was a large volume of over 1IKIO pages well printed and bound and with a number of steelen ¬ graved illustrations Pages to 1117 were devoted to i appendix of pedigrees of trotters trottersWallaces Wallaces work though a sincere effort to fill a longfelt want was not a success The compiler decided not to follow the Knglish precedent of giving a list of mares with their produce recorded below their names but listed all stallions in one alphabetical rostt r and all mares in another with a separate additional list of all tho e of both sexes whose pedigrees were not extended This was not popular with turfmen and breeders who had become familiar with tin Knglish system while the fact that the im ¬ ported and native animals had not been kept separate and distinct was also unfurl mule The venture therefore was a failure and while Wallace completed the mannseript of a second volume containing many additional pedigrees and corrections of others it was never published and he turned his attention to the compiling of an entirely original trotting stud book which he entitled Wallaces American Trotting Kegistcr This was an enormous success lie published the lirst volume in 1S71 and nine more between that date and ISll when he sold out his business to an organization of breeders formed for the purpose which paid him 0000 cash therefor thereforThen Then was however another reason in addition to those given above for the failure of Wallaces Stud Hook In 1S Sanders 1 Hruce had been born in Lexington Ky lie began business life there as a crockery merchant anil later became the proprietor of the Phoenix Hotel which for generations has been and in its renascent form still is horsemens headquarters in the Plue Crass region lie became prominent in local politics and was elected county clerk of Fayette County When the Civil AVar broke out he espoused the 1nion cause although his wife was a sister of the famous Confederate cavalry gen ¬ eral John Morgan while his own brother Penjamin C Urnce also entered the Confederate army this being only one of thousands of families of the border states divided against themselves by that con Ilict S I Priice organized a regiment of Federal troops ami served with distinction until retired by illness toward the end of the war with the rank of colonel colonelColonel Colonel Irnce had always been an enthusiastic admirer of he thoroughbred and early in life became deeply interested in pedigrees He recognized and deplored the lack of an American stud bold and de ¬ termined to compile one In this Held liis labors began as early as the forties and hi continued them assiduously accumulating through correspondence investigation and research a vast amount of material The war put a stop temporarily to his endeavors but upon its conclusion in ISC he removed to New York City and there founded the Turf Field and Farm which for over thirty years thereafter was one of the most inllnential of American sporting periodicals His brother Kcnjimin C Pruce remained in Ken ¬ tucky and at Lexington founded anil for many years edited and published the Live Stock Keeord later kiiowi as thf Thfroughbrod Keeord and still actively published in the interests of the thoroughbred thoroughbredAs As soon as he had got the Turf Field and Farm well established Col Pruee resumed the work of compiling a stud book and pushed it vigorously his weekly being of great assistance to him in giving it the required publicity lie had his lirst volume almost ready for the printers when AVallace anticipated him by publishing his work but this spurred him to fresh efforts and the following spring less than a year later the preface is dated May PJ 1SS he brouglit out Vol 1 of The American Stud Hook HookCHICAGO CHICAGO LEGAL BACKER AND CHICAGO PUBLISHER OF STUD BOOK BOOKPy Py a curious chain of circumstances this book was printed and published by K H Myers Co of Chicago Col Hruce had to have financial assistance in his undertaking and one of his backers was J J McKinnon then a prominent lawyer in Chicago and a breeder of thoroughbreds he owning the stallion Ked Kye by Hoston the famous matron Magenta by imp Yorkshire etc etc Myers Co were law booksellers and publishers and it was through the influence 01 of McKinnoii HCKIIIIIOII that inai they iney became ovcamc the tne publishers puuiisners of ISruces work workThis This original Vol I of Hruce now scarce and dillieult to find was a handsome volume in getup much suerior to those which later followed it It contained Git pages well printed upon excellent paper was illustrated with steel engravings portraits of the most renowned Pritish and American progeni Continued on second page THE AMERICAN STUD BOOKS STORY Continued from first page tors and racers from the Godolphin Arnbian down to the date of publication It was arranged on the model of the English General Stud Pook the main body of the work being devoted to an alphabetical list of mares with their produce extending to the end of the letter K with separate lists of imported Stallions and mares and an appendix of Stallions from A to K Whose Dams Have No Names NamesJust Just previous to the publication of this volume the late Joseph Cairn Simpson had purchased a half Interest from Col Bruce In the Turf Field and Farm lie became interested in the Stud Pook also and the Preface to this Vol 1 though ostensibly from the pen of Bruce himself was really written and that gentleman wrote mi some years before his death in PMJIi tjint he wrote it on a train en route westward from New York to Chicago The statement is made in this preface that the compilers effort had equaled the laltor of Sisyphus and there is no doubt that yds was no exaggera ¬ tion for it represented over twenty years of arduous research and conftdlation conftdlationThe The publication of Brilces lirst volume was at least a success of estimation and he went busily to work to complete the second and final one as originally planned This took him live years and it did not appear until 1S73 In the meantime he and his Chicago associates hail fallen out and an almost lifelong feud between him and J C Simpson eventually evolved from it Bruce however got hold of tin plates of this first volume and when he brought out his second volume in 1S73 in New York under the Turf Field and Farm imprint he reissued it revised and corrected in uniform style And in order that those who already possessed the original lirst volume might not simply buy the new second and thus complete their set he adopted the expedient of lidding to the revised lirst volume the mares under the letter L As the original book had only included those under K it was necessary to have both volumes of the new edition to have a complete work Another interesting sidelight is obtained by comparing the ded ¬ ications of the two publications That prefixed to the original Vol L which like the Preface was written by J C Simpson ran as follows As an Humble Mark of Respect to the Memory of f One Who Labored Long a fur the Improvement of the Blood Horse and Who Earnestly Str the Sports of the Turf Above Reproach and as a Toli Token of Friendship and High Personal Regard This the First Volume of a Work that lias Required the Labor of a LifeTime Is Dedicated to the late Robert Aitchcson Alex Alexander of Woodburn Kentucky and John J McKinnon of Chicago Illinois by The Ant That prelixed to the revised issue of IS73 was printed from the lame plate but the name of John J McKinnon was tii leted and only that of Mr Alexander retained HOW THE JOCKEY CLUB BOUGHT THE STUD BOOK FROM BRUCE BRUCEThe The revised and corrected Vol I of the American Stud Rook contained SSI closely printed pages typographically inferior to the original issue and without illustrations Vol II cuntained 037 As above stated they appeared in 1S73 but in lSS1 a new edition witii some additional matter was printed and this undoubtedly is what has led Exile into supposing that America had no stud book until that date dateAs As a matter of fact a third volume had previously been published in 1SS2 It contained 421 pages and the title page stated that L C Bruce was coeditor this was Col Pruces son Leslie It should also he noted that his brother Benjamin had assisted him in the compilation of Vol I and II but nonotlicially Vol IV containing ViS pages appeared in 1SX4 the same year as the rev Neil lirst two volumes Vol V containing S pages came out in ISXi nnd Vol VI containing 1212 pages in ISJI ISJIThe The expense of publication had been great and but for linancial assistance furnished by prominent breeders including the late August Belmont D D Withers Pierre Lorillard and others Col Bruce would have been unable to continue the work Shortly after the sixth volume appeared or about that time this country experienced a great linancial depression Equine values were among the tirst to suffer and the Turf Field and Farm began to meet with reverses Coi Bruce was unable to carry the Stud Pook farther on the former basis and endeavored to sell the property to The Jockey Club The inside his ¬ tory of this somewhat deplorable affair need not here be gone into tullice it to say that the parties interested at last took their grievances into the courts and the verdict was in favor of Col Bruce It was appealed but the stewards of Tin Jockey Club to the credit of their better judgment decided to settle the case out of court and did so by paying Col Bruce the sum of OalflO ami becoming the owners and publishers of the American Stud Book which has since been their olltcial publication publicationSuch Such is tie history of our standard repository of racing genealogies Exile as I think he will gladly admit has done American breeders and breeding some injustice in his statement that no effort was made toward recording or registering our thoroughbreds until 1SSI lie al t lalxirs under a mlsappre hensiou in stating that the lirst volume of the English General Stud Pook appeared in 1S27 It was originally publ publir ir in VS03 ami the edition of 1 27 was the third Wlten we consider however that t history of the British turf antidates that of the American by nearly two centuries the Markham Arabian and Places White Turk were imported into England in the reign of James L who ascended the throne in 1 3 previous to which the sport was an oldestablished one in Britain was it not the English who comparatively speaking were the more dilatory in the matter of a stud bonk and not the Americans The EngiNn had no stud book until lSd while efforts toward one for America were made as early as ISli That these failed was not unnatural The conditions made that inevitable Racing in England was confined to a small extent of longsettled nnd thickly populated country while in America it was in the early days widely disseminated over an immense area and its various centers often separated by thousands of square miles of virgin wilderness this situation obtaining within the memory of some men still living Nor should Exile look down ton contemptuously u our native families which alas do not sport Bruce Lowe figures I sometimes think the Figure System has done far more harm than good to modern breeders and most especially American breeders It has now reached that stage where it re ¬ sembles the magic word Abracadabra with which mediaeval wizards used to work their spells If yiu have the Magic Number you are all right if you havent you are all wrong Meanwhile a whole lot of performers that are all wrong keep on getting there just the same And why should British breed ¬ ers except f r t chauvinistic reasons which Exile imputes to Americans scorn our native born Their own are stabled so to speak in glass housts so far as pur sang is concerned Some years ago an iconoclastic person with a genius for figures not of the Bruce Lowe variety sat down and did a littln bit of calculation over the pedigree of Eclipse and when he had concluded he announced that on a mathe ¬ matical basis that famous progenitor was at least seventy and possibly ninety per cent unknown or non oriental in blood And there are a lot more of the founders in the same boat Governor's Day At Bowie: Slippery Elm Meets Defeat in Principal Race of the Day.; Jockey Rodriguez Has Field Day, Riding Four of the Seven Winners. GOVERNORS DAY AT BOWIE Slippery Elm Meets Defeat in Principal Race of the Day Jockey Rodriguez Has Field Day DayRiding Riding Four of the Seven SevenWinners Winners POWIE Mil April C Today was Governors Day at Howie and a box was especially decorated for the Maryland executive and while he was unable to attend a large number of the state sen ¬ ators were on hand and enjoyed the afternoons sport The track had dried out somewhat but still remained slow while the weather was quite an improvement over that of the day before beforeThe The main event of the day was the Covernor Kithie Handicap at six and a half furlongs which brought out some speedy horses Slipperv Kim being the top weight atllJl pounds The running of the race however found the more lightly weighted Manoevre in front at the finish a scant neck before Slippery Kim The latter was outpaced while going down the bickstretch but made up ground gamely in the stretch and fin ¬ ished wearing Manoevre down poor riding and his heavy impost over a difficult track belli re ¬ sponsible for his defeat Arrah Co On quit badly after leading for a short distance distanceJockey Jockey Kotlriguez had a field day winning four races with Cobalt Iiss Satana Manoevre and AVilldo AVilldoForm Form followers received a setback in the first race for twoyearolds when S A Cloptons Kepeat failed ffise re AuntDMit at lucrative odds took up the running early and held on gamely to the end Omer K ran forwardly throughout Kepeat met much interference but finished a fast going third thirdCobalt Cobalt Lass the popular choice acconnled for the second race in handy fashion She moved to tin front on the back stretch and was never seriously threatened thereafter Who Cares caught Mose tiring in tin stretch and disposed of him and easily took second place Mose showed the most early speed but tired in the fintil racing racingSatana Satana with a fine display of sliced shot to the front at the start of the third race and held sway throughout The Lamb away flatfooted made up ground steadily but the effort told and although going fasest of all at tin end he could not catch the flying leader Hetsinda easily held third platu safe from Peccant which came from far back in the stretch stretchDOUBLE DOUBLE FOR PELICAN STABLE STABLEHelle Helle Cohorts running right back to her last race again made a dmlde for the Pelican Stable Trainer Murphy sent a fast horse to the post and she shook off all contention drawing away easily when momentarily threatened by Mistress Tolly which came frim far back in the last quarter Cain de Cause ran prominently and tired when the pinch came but held the short end of the purse purseKodrigue5 Kodrigue5 made it four for the day in the sixth when he brought Willdo up with a well timed rush in the first long distance race of the meeting at one and a quarter miles to win from Austral the favorite and Yorkist Austral had no excuses and easily disposed of Yorkist in the final quarter quarterS S rouse the racer which broke down during tin last meeting at Hot Springs has been shipped here to S A Clnpton who will send him to tin Devers Farm at Havre de Crace to be turned out outThere There are fiftysix horses of the Koss estab ¬ lishment at Laurel under the care of trainer nv Hedwcll Mike Lynch has been ther schooling the twoyearolds for the past nth The three yearolds in this stable have all grown and filled out during the winter and trainer Hedwell reports that he did not have a sick horse horseThe The purses tomorrow will be increased to the extent of ti which will go to the horse finish ¬ ing fourth in the different races in addition to the S10 which is scheduled for the fourth horse run ¬ ups being the contributing cause of the increase increaseThe The hallermeu were busy after the fifth race Claims were lodged for three of the starters in that race but only Mistress Iolly changed hands C W Forman secured her for SJOd Helle Koberts was again retained by the Ielican Stable for SLtKtl and J Arthur retained Cain de Canst for 1010 1010The The condition books for the last six days of the Howie racing and first eight days of the coming Havre de Craee meeting were distributed by sec retarv Joseph Mclxnnan 1 T West arrived from New Orleans with the plater Tippo Sahib yesterday Horses Perish In New Orleans Fire HORSES PERISH IN NEW ORLEANS FIRE HOT SPKIXCS Ark April C II Kuebel kamp associated with L Howerton in the owner ¬ ship in an extensive string of horses was advised this afternoon ly long distance telephone that Un ¬ stable his hors s occupied at the New Orleans Fair Crounds h d been destroyed by fire and that Lucille 1 Preci us and Hetty Y the latter a two yearold filly b McCee Monomono for which an offer of iU 0 1 ad recently been turned down were burned to death The extent of the conflagration at the Fair Crounds was not learned but it is thought that other owners also suffered as a result of the flames for the bam in which the Knebel kampIIowerton charges were 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Gold I War Mask Chief Wood Vjdet The Archer Stepson Yeuneed C NEBRASKA Kingling II Capital City 7 Itttahe Antoinette General GeneralF F J Ortcll PIFFALO N Y April li 1 Cnllinan Dora Charlotte C Miss Adriann 2 MTMB JTMISO Miirmite Refugee Ixiwtidu Rngnzzii S a Mime Bright Gold Kirah 4 Bolster War Mask Chief Bondage The Archer Veteran Younced Stepson li Crninpsall Nebraska Kingling II Jack K 7 General Huron II Ettahe Deckhand DeckhandObservers Observers Handicap 1 Cullinan Charlotte C Fading Star Mis MisAdriannc Adriannc 2 MtMRO J IM BO Manaite Green Mint Mar Margery gery RagaKza Kirah Plummet Challenger I War Mask Chief Bolster Romeo The Archer Rubidium Yoimeed Stepson Jack K Kingling II Crnmnsall Nebraska 7 Ettahe General Huron II Antoinette Wingfield Horses At Havre Track: Nevada Turfman's Siring Reaches Maryland Course After Long Trip from Sacramento, Cal. WINGFIELD HORSES AT HAVRE TRACK Nevada Turfmans String Reaches Maryland Course After Lonj Trip from Sacramento Cal HAVRE DE GRACE Md April The stable of George Wingfield of Reno whose Nevada stud is one of tho greatest thoroughbred nurseries of tin far west has arrived at Havre de Grac track from Sacramento It is made up of ten twoyearolds nnd one threeyearold and it is one of four powerful trans Rocky establishments that will race in Mary hind and alxuit New York this spring and next sum ¬ mer The other three are the stables of Adolph Sprcckcls proprietor of the Napa Stud John H Rosseter proprietor of the Wikinp Stud and Edward Ccbrian proprietor of the Mira Monte Stud all of California The sprinter Fort Churchill a son of Honeywood Tamiga and winner at Havana will presently join the Wingfield stabb at Havre de Grace The Wingfield Rosseter Obrian anfl Spreckels horses are sun to cut an important fig ¬ ure in the early racing in the Kast They wintered in California and in the South and they are ready for tin colors The Wingfield threeyearold that has come on from California is Watenvood a son of IIoneyyood Shasta Water and a half brother of Bubbling Water This threeyearold and the two yearolds are in the charge of Walter S Heath formerly foreman of tin stable of II G Bcdwell The twoyearolds are areAnna Anna Wood b f by Honeywood Anna May MayBees Bees Nest b or br f by Honeywood Busy Bee BeeCalmlan Calmlan b g by Honeywood Alice Carey CareyDora Dora AV b or br f by Honey wood Dora Islior IsliorIloVity IloVity Island b c by Honey wood Island Queen QueenPlanliHin PlanliHin b f bv II ywood Jeanne ilArc ilArcSiii Siii Boiird b c by Deiitschland Polislena PolislenaShifly Shifly br or blk f by Honeywood Thrifty ThriftyYcra Ycra Wood eh f by Honey wood I illy Vera VeraWuudross Wuudross ch f by Honeywow Ro Iuwu Monfort Jones Stable Is Promising: Rouleau Looked Upon as a "Dark Horse" for Kentucky Derby--Gusher Well Liked. MONFORT JONES STABLE IS PROMISING Rouleau Looked Upon as a Dark Horse for Ken ¬ tucky Derby Gusher Well Liked HOT SPRINGS Ark April The Monfort Jones horses in charge of Snappir Garri Garrion on onleft left here M lay night in a special car for forChunhill Chunhill Downs where they will occupy the stalls vacated bv John E Middens twoyearolds which have been shipped to Belmout Park N V The Thestars stars of the J s aggregation of thoroughbreds thoroughbredsare are Rouleau and Rrookholt the two Kentucky Derbv candidates These two horses worked a mile before being loaded on the car in 141 pulled up They went the first threequarters together in 117 when Rouleau easily pulled away from his stable mate Hoisemen said that this performance was a good one in view of the fact that neither horse was permitted to extend himself at any part of the route Many believed that Rouleau wilt duplicate the performance of Sir Barton owned by 1 K L Ross who won the llll Kentucky Derby Rouleau only started three times as a twoyearold and who have watched never won a race Turfmen the work this year of Rouleau pointed out the fact that Sir Barton also never won a race as a twoyearold twoyearoldTlio Tlio complete list of the Monfort Jones stable follows Rouleau Brookholt Black IIfckle Ethel Gray and Thelma E and ilso the following two yearolds yearoldsRcimoiit Rcimoiit by Lght Brigadi Five Aces AcesBristow Bristow by King James Arietta AriettaGusher Gusher by Plmdit Meritorious MeritoriousMareella Mareella Boy by Light Brigade Wnldena WnldenaMemphis Memphis by Sir Wilfred Futurist FuturistThe The most likely prospect among the twoyear olds is the Plaudit Meritorious colt Gusher GusherThe The Monfort Jones two Oaks candidates Ethel Gray anil Thelma E are also both well advanced advancedA A brother to Sir Barton is also in the Jones collection This horse is a yearling now and the name of Sir Henry has been registered for him Gravesend Track Sale Not Closed GRAVESEND TRACK SALE NOT CLOSED NEW YORK N Y April i The reported sale of the Gravesend race track was prematurely pub ¬ lished while negotiations are going nil for the dis ¬ posal of the property So far nothing blit a propo ¬ sition has been advanced and the stockholders are willing to sell but no transfer has yet been mad or decided upon The report that horsemen have but ninety days remove their stock from the old track is premature After the sale if it is consummated due notice will be given to horse ¬ men menAt At the meeting of the Jockey Club which is sched ¬ uled for next Thursday the change in the claiming rule whereby owners cannot claim their own horses will be discussed and possibly approved approvedApplications Applications for jockeys and trainers licenses will nKo be n part of the business to be transacted transactedJockey Jockey Rutwolls application which was laid on II table at the last meeting will probably be bniught up again as his offense was a minor one involving according 1 report from an official source a financial misunderstanding between But well and an owner of lior es which had to be straightened out Judge Pettingill At Hot Springs: Illness of His Wife Cause of His Retirement from Sport After Long and Varied Career. JUDGE PETTING1LL AT HOT SPRINGS Illness of His Wife Cause of His Retirement from Sport After Long and Varied Career HOT SPRINGS Ark April I Judge C II Pet tingill who has been one of the judges at all the New York race tracks for many years will not ut In that capacity this year Mr Pettingill has been compelled to relinquish his position on account of the illhealth of his wife The judge is here with his invalid wife and will remain in Hot Springs for some time after which he intends to take an extended trip to California CaliforniaDiscussing Discussing the racing situation in the East for the coming seascn Judge Pettingill said saidThe The racing season in the East will probably be one of the most prosperous ever held in the his ¬ tory of the turf In the past one of the drawbacks for racing in the East has been tin small fields in selling races due to their claiming rules I am a firm believer in the Kentucky claiming rules and I hope that The Jockey Club will eventually adopt the Kentucky rule ruleAnother Another bad feature of eastern racing is the scratching rule1 whereby horsemen are permitted ti scratch their horses up until a few minutes before post time 1 believe that if the Kentucky scratch rule was adopted larger anil better fields would be seen in action There would be few twit and threehorse races which has often taken place because the Kentucky scratch rule was lacking in the East According to the Ken ¬ tucky rule a lnrse cannot In scratched after 1030 a m unless the thoroughbred has been injured or excused through illness This rule would do away with the small fields that have paraded to tin post in the past pastJudge Judge Pettingill who has reached the age of 70 shows wonderful agility for a man who has been identified with the turf in almost every ca ¬ pacity lit at one time or another has been owner trainer starter secretary and judge Hot Springs Racing Next Year Sure HOT SPRINGS RACING NEXT YEAR SURE HOT SPRINGS Ark April li The gates of Oak lawn Park racetrack will be thrown open next year according to wellinformed persons here The racing situation which was a complicated one this year has been somewhat clarified Both busine s men and county officials have Informed turfmen that the resumption of racing is assured assuredA A committee of city and county officials it was learned today is going to Kentucky this summer and investigate tin parimntnel machines The object of the trip it was hinted was to possibly inaugurate tin same system at Oaklawn Park next spring Meantime men who are interested in bring ¬ ing racing back to Hot Springs will go before the legislature at Little Rod and introduce a bill which will legalize racing in Garland County where beau ¬ tiful Oaklawn Park track is situated Scores t f members of the legislature have informed Hot Springs business men that they are in favor of racing racingBy By next year tho local political tangle which prevented the resumption of racing here for 1SI20 will lu amicably settled according to pcreuiis who are In touch with the situation With those facts almost a certaihty racing at Hot Springs will bu a positive fact Lexington's Leading Handicap Race: Excellent List of Good Racers Awarded Nominations to the Camden Handicap. LEXINGTONS LEADING HANDICAP RACl Excellent List of Good Racers Awarded Nomination to the Camdcn Handicap Tin principal race of the Lexington spring mcctin is the Camdcn Handicap for threeyearolds am over at n mile and a quarter Last year It hai 2000 added and was won by Exterminator In duel vitli Midway only tin two starting For till year the addod money lias been increased to 5 H0 making the Cainden a race well worth striving for It lias been given fifty nominations and all tin requisites for an excellent race are included Ex terminator is not in this year but Midway Is am such others as Sway Ticlor By lolly Rest Pal lack Stuart Stockwell The Swimmer Donnacnna On Watch Irldesnian Buford Unond Raider Mess Kit Damask Truly Rural Cobwebs Zuleika Plenty Cinder and Precious fast racers one ami all are among those awaiting the official handl cappers climate of their relative prowess as expressed in i uinds to be carried Tim horses entered their owners and breeding are the follow in inK K K Bradlcys b c By Golly II by Helmet Acntissima AcntissimaK K K Bradloys br g Best Ial by Helmet radiilu radiiluI I I Bn oils oh K Kingfisher 0 by Sea Kz Ida I It 1 rrannons b h Drastic by Hastings Dragnet DragnetC C W Clarks b g Sway 4 by Vnlcain Rub Kisht KishtC C V arks b g Pictor 1 by Picton Whiti Veil VeilTlieo Tlieo Cooks b h Jack Stuart 4 by Valcnp Sweet Sauce SauceMrs Mrs M Dat tners b g Ilenty I by St Amant Hearts Desire DesireIat Iat Dunnes ch g Ccrlnus 4 by Transvaal Cerina CerinaGallahcr Gallahcr Bros b f Kegalo 1 by Sweoi Udy Strathinore StrathinoreM M Gohlhlatts b g Matinee Idol 5 by All Cold Matinee MatineeM M Goldblatts ch g Atta loy II 3 by ICahelais Tanya 1 M Gomles b g Sands of Pleasure 7 bv Kair 1lay Golden Sands 1 S Hawkins Cos ch e Stoekwell I by Iallot Janice JaniceI I S Hawkins Cos blk f Delico I bv Celt Dainty Dame DameT T 1 Hayes ch g I thair 1 bv Bourbon iean The fashion fashionII II I Headleys b g Lord Hamilton I by tnele Lady Savoy SavoyT T I IIenrys ch c The Swimmer by Ivan the Terrible Anna Kay KayII II II Hiwits ch c Ginger I by Coy Lad Lucky Wave 1 T Irelands br g Dark Hill i by Fowling piece Pitch Dark DarkMrs Mrs W M leffords b h Claqucr bv Ilandit Olga Ncthersole NcthersoleMrs Mrs W M Jeffords b g Kerunsky I b IMaudit ResultLawrence Result Lawrence Jones b c Klnglike I bv Hijipodromc Searchlight SearchlightFrank Frank 1 Kelleys br c Pastourean 1 by Flint Rock Irickly Iear IearFrank Frank 1 Kelleys b f Drumfire 3 by Vnlcain Delusion DelusionFrank Frank 1 Kelleys b c Frank W 3 Ur Marathon Maid of Fortune FortuneKncbclkamp Kncbclkamp Glenns ch in Preeous by Iallot Graziosa GraziosaL L K Krafts Wayne Stable ch c General Glenn by Magneto Mattie Glenn GlennG G W Lefts b c Donnacona 3 by Prince Pala ¬ tine Kildonan KildonanG G W Lofts b c On Watch 3 by Colin Uubiu Granda 1 W McClellands br g East Indian 3 by Delhi Killiecrankie KilliecrankieR R 1 1 M Mackenzies b g Piedra 3 by Magellan Premiere Marche 1 McPhersons ch h Woodtrap bv Trap Rock WoodvineWilliam Woodvine William Martins br e Bridesman 4 by Lona wand Fleiir dOrange dOrangeII II Neusteters b g Prospector li bv Mushroom Clef dOr 1 W IMrrishs ch h Midway i by Ballot Thirtythird ThirtythirdPaul Paul Wiedemanns br h WMIiain S Culbertson 5 by Snnstar Cannie Lassie LassieT T 1 Pendergasts ch g Warlike bv Ivan Hi Terrible Rebellion RebellionV V F Poisons ch h Inford ti by Ballot Ollie Belle BelleMrs Mrs O is Potts b v Pread Man I by Goden Maxim Evelyn IWris IWrisM M Juinns ch c Omoml 4 by Lomond Gates head headJohn John W Schorrs K c Jim Hastings by Luke McLukc Winnecook WinnecookC C Straus b g liiider li by Criffel Miplmnzi Toloii Fernandez Armunia Stable br c Mess Kit 3 by Tracer Moneta MonetaW W V Th raves b c Legal 4 by Hilarious Kespoiisfiil KespoiisfiilW W V Thraves br g War Spirit 4 by Vnlcain Treaey Thirtythird ThirtythirdTreaey Walkers br in Dahahiah II by Helmet Altiora AltioraII II P Whitneys br e Damask by All Cold CrinoMne II IIII II P Whitnevs l f Truly Rural 3 by Broom ¬ stick Sylvan SylvanII II P Whitneys ch f Cobwebs 3 by Broom stic Morningside Morningsider r Hal Woodfords ch f XulciUn 4 by Neil G ivv Turkish Princess PrincessW W 1 Youngs cli c Captain Mac 3 by The Manager Royal Dainty Tuesday Work-Outs At Bowie Track TUESDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 242 BOWIE Mil April i Cold weather and a hi track confronted trainers at Prince George Park morning and only the following few workouts recorded recordedWeather Weather cloudy track heavy and frozen up Three Eighths Mile 22 Cullinan 3 211Mock Orange Orange210Lobelia 210Lobelia 40 210Star Realm Realm240Margcry 240Margcry 3 37r 7r Top Sergeant Sergeant23fMarmite 23fMarmite 40 241Weary Half Mile Coombs 54 23i Romeo 5i 5iC C Uydickcr 3 i 235 Valerie West 55 55Fait Fait Accompli 51 238 Veteran 55 55Jean Jean Bullant 345i 227Wood Violet 53 53Ormouda Ormouda 57 j live Eighths Mile MileFell Fell Swoop 114 I 234Woudstone 1 05 05II II Goluckyl10 Three Quarters Milo MiloD D Vandiverl25 23SMidnight Snnl IS ISGrumpy Grumpy 1 2 223Ragazza Ill IllKs Ks Champ 123 211Rap Travelerl 11 11Iidv Iidv lone 12T3 237Tiilor Maid1 II IILink Link Boy 121 23SYonneed Ill IllOne One Mile MileGarbage Garbage 15 I 241TBelgian II 1 57 57Hildas Hildas Brol5 240Wand 1 33 33Svlvano Svlvano 151 I Norwegian Fishing Seaplane Scouts NORWEGIAN FISHING SEAPLANE SCOUTS j u ncimig IIMIIIIK ru ii is now in full swing off the west coast of Norway and for the first time seaplanes are to 1 used regularly in conjunction with the fishing fleets fleetsNot Not nily will they locate shoals of herrings and guide the fishermen to them but they will also be able to warn the trawler against mines many of which are still adrift adriftA A large canning cumpany has lxiiglit some sea ¬ planes which will also operate between head ¬ quarters on land and their fleets at sea The machines can alight alongside the boats deliver messages and bring back replies without delay Correction In Bowie Chart CORRECTION IN BOWIE CHART In race 415581 the distance twenty yards and not one mil the concy filial titu being lji Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD TUESDAY APRIL 6 1920 Prince George Iark Fifth day Southern Maryland Agri ¬ cultural and Breeders Association Spring Meeting of 13 days Weather cloudy temperature 50 ° Steward to Represent Jockey Club K C Smith Stewards Francis Nelson and Carter Hall Judges Joseph A Murphy G T Miller and T II Anderson Starter Kdward Tribe Racing Secretary Joseph McLennan Racing starts at 230 p ni Chicago time 130 p in AY indicates wliip S spurs I blinkers Fig in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance FIRST RACE 12 Mile Appril 5 1918 48 2 112 Purse 111984 2yearolds Sellings Net value to winner 76984 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 Index Horses AAYtPPSt U L i Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqniv Odds Strt 4038 ArXT DKDA V HT 2 r 1 1i P Hunt T Hodge 1215100 10003 OMKR K v 114 4 2 21 2 1 Wllliiiius T A Coburn lifl100 40003 REPEAT 111 fi fi 3 = Is ii F Cltilettl S A Clopton 120100 40003 PAXIIAXDLTCR v 107 21 1 31 i D Hopkins 1 II Eiff 2100100 4 iM MORXixa PACE in 4 41 J r r Rodgez T H AYiison s3ioo s3iooiiar iiar IK MAUClTE D1XOX 101 7 7 fi1 ti Cl C AYhitfn I A Jones 2 10i l 58i TlTT w 107 15 777 P Murphy II AY Pry 2CGO100 2CGO100Time Time 24 50 Track slow 2 iniitiiels paid Aunt Deda 2830 straight 1150 place 550 show Omer K 1730 place OSO vriimv Itepeat 2IO show showKqnivalent Kqnivalent liookiug odds Aunt Dedi 1315 to 100 straight 17 to 100 place 175 to 100 show Omer 1C OT to 100 dace 1MO to 100 show Kepeat 4 to 100 show Winner 15 f by Tin Manager Little Daughter by Ogdcn trained by F Johnson bred by Mr homas C McDowell Went to post at 230 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AYou easily second and third driv ¬ ing AlXT DKDA began clear of interference and racing into the lead in the stretch was going away fjt the linish OAIKR K was a forward contender all the way and finished gamely under hard riding JBlKAT began slowly but closed a big gap on the outside in the first quarter and outstayed PAX MAXDLIR in the linal drive The latter set the early pace but raced in the deepest going throughout iid tired finally MARGfKRJTi D1XOX was llatfooted at the start The winner entered for 1000 s hid lift to Sl30 i anil bought in SECOND RACE 6 12 Furlongs Nox 29 1917 119 4 112 Purse 111984 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 76984 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 Inlex Horses AWtPlSt i Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt IlJOCORALT LASS wn 5 112 I 2 II I1 1 T Rodgex T Arthur AYHO CARES wi 3 103 24 4 I 21 T Xoeller H R Holmes HT0100 1 1SMOSE SMOSE wr a 112 71 I1 2 2 1 II Burke S Doyle 17i5100 l I 1 POlLTXEV wr I 115 a 3 2 3 4 4 ° 1 Williams G W McSwceney 1C 100 100jl jl FLHKR wn 10 fi r = r I5 rl C AAhittn P Lpydecker WiMOO WiMOOICJTDLADY ICJTDLADY WARD w 0 112 1 a fi I r s fil H AAakoff E Lutz 7100100 710010040307XKD 40307XKD MILnRIGIITw f 10 li 7 7 7 7 7 1 Judge AA Young 11280100 11280100Time Time 24 49 llG 5 123 Track slow slowS2 S2 mutuels paid Cobalt Lass 430 straight 320 place 200 show Who Cares 730 place 370 show Mose 470 show showKqnivalent Kqnivalent booking odds Cobalt Lass ll to 100 straight CO to 100 place 30 to 100 show Who Cares 205 to 100 place S5 to 1M show Moso 135 to 100 show showWinner Winner 16 m by King Cobalt Iidy Rosalie by Handspring trained by 1 Arthur bred by Mr Grant Hugh Rrowne RrowneWent Went to post at 301 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing HALT LASS was saved behind the leaders until entering the stretch then rushed past tin leader wlHii called on look the lead and held the race safe to the finish WHO CAKKS was in close quarters in r i rv running but came to the outside in the stretch and finished fast and gamely MOSH showed the ji t peed but tired in the stretch drive 1OILTXKY quit after going well for a half halfScratched Scratched 10027s Huron II 110 O4 THIRD RACE 34 Mile Nov 24 1917 112 4 122 Advance Purse Purse Odb 111984 3yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 76984 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 Index Honses AWtPlSt A d 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt wn 110 3 1 I3 1 1 1 Rortsez G E AVebb AVebbw w 113 fi ft H A 21 I AYhiftn R 1 Horner 405 9BI2TisIXDA w 105 r 1 2i SJ P Cltiltstti AA AV Femvick Femvickw110 2rfi100 2rfi100058fi 058fi PKCCAXT wn w110 110 6 2 U fi fi 4 G Walls T I Solomon WOlOO Ii038 IRA W1IPON w 113 4 r 4 41 I ii SI T T1 T Williams C Buxton Buxtonv liO100 liO100105K 105K inlRY AI1EX v 113 1 4 21 2 i1 i F Murphy It W Fry v KMlOO KMlOOTime Time 24 48 i 110 Track slow slowv v iniitiiels pakl Sntana 4150 straight t30 jdace 330 show The Lamb 3 0 place 200 show ISetsridii SlOO slHiw slHiwKinivalent Kinivalent boiking odds Satana 1I7 to 100 straight 3i to 100 place 0 to 100 show The Lamb 7 to 100 place 30 to 100 show Ietsinda 30 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch o by Le Lorrain Soda by Mordant trained by 1 Arthur bred in France by Mr G 5 Konsnetzoff KonsnetzoffWent Went to post at 335 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing SATAN A showed the most speed in the going and raced into a long lead but tired in the last eighth and was ridden out at the finish THK LAM1 began slowly and was brought extremely wide when en ¬ tering the stretch but finished with a belated rush 15KTSIXDA was in nearest pursuit of the leader in the early running but tired when forced to a drive IKCCAXT lacked early speed but saved ground on the stretch turn and finished resolutely USA WILSON swerved behind the leaders in the last eighth I5OI5KY ALLKX tired badly badlyScratched Scratched niVJFUagazza 105 FOURTH RACE G 12 Furlongs Nov 29 1917 119 5 4 112 Governor Richie Handicap Purse 161984 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 111984 second 3CO third 150 fourth 50 Equiv Odds Strt 1058MAXOEYRE w 4 110 4 4 2 1 I3 li J Rodgez 1 P Richardson Richardsonli585SLIPPERY li585SLIPPERY ELM w 7 123 2 3 4 3 2 = 2s L Morris Sunnyland Stable Stable4i 4i 0iARRAH GO OX wn 5 114 3 1 1 2 3 T3 E Haynes B Harding Harding1V 1V 15 HEROISMS wu 4 100 1 i3 4 4 4 1 Williams C Buxton BuxtonTime Time 24 48 114 122 Track slow 2 mutuels paid Manoevre 1370 straight 430 place Slippery Kim 250 place mi Equivalent booking odds Manoevre to 100 straight 115 to 100 place Slippery Winner Ch g by Sweeper Hcrodia by Adam trained by J F Kichardson bred in France by Mr Herman 15 Duryea DuryeaWent Went to post at 40l At post 2 minutes Start g 1 and slow Won driving second and third the thesame same MANOKY1JK moved up rapidly on the backstretch and slipping through next to the inner rail on the last turn raced into a long lead and tired but held on gamely and outstayed SLIlIKKY KLM in the linal drive The latter was saved in the early running and closed up rapidly in the stretch but lost be ¬ cause poorly ridden in the final drive AKKAH CO OX showed the most early speed but quit when challenged IIKIIOISMK showed speed and was eased up when he tired tiredOverweight Overweight Heroisme 1 pounds FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards April 10 1919 145 4 107 Purse 111984 46638 Cyearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 76084 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 AAYtPPSt U Is Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt JOOiBELLE ROBERTSw f lOi 3 1 11 1 1 = 1 1 G AVals Pelican Stable fir100 10007 MISTRS POLLA wr a 10 2 fi fi fi 5 V 2k F Cltilettl S A Clopton MO100 4 07SOA1X DE CALSKwi 3 7 a 3 3 = 2 t S 2 = 3 = 1 A Richcrk T Arthur S73100 S73100irOOSPILSEX irOOSPILSEX w C 10S fi 1 2ii r 2 4 C AYhitfn F Farrar n2r 10 10403JH 403JH AY II BCCKXER w 5 113 4 2 4 I I5 41 1 RodKes J O Byrne 2175101 2175101405HOKREEMAXTLK 405HOKREEMAXTLK w a 10S 1 4 e C fi r 1 Judge F Bonihsmnn IlfiOlflO IlfiOlflOTime Time 25 52 113 146 151 Track slow 2 mnlnels paid Relit Roberts 330 straight 310 place 230 show Mistress Polly 5SO place 311 shtiw Gain tie Cmse 251 show showequivalent equivalent booking odds Pelle Roberts 05 to lOtl straight 55 to 100 plan 15 to 100 show Mistress Polly 1IO to 1110 place 55 to Kill show Gain de Cause 25 to Kill show showWinncrCh WinncrCh ni by Master Hubert Chestnut Rell bv Pirate of Peiizaiui iraineil by M J Murphr bred by Messrs lolm 1 Can Pm PmWent Went to post at 443 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AYou handily second and third driv ¬ ing PKILi RORKRTS look the lead at Hie start set a g I pace under slight restraint in II arlv arlvrunning running and gamely withstood MISTKKSS POLLYS challenge The latter was far back in the early rnn ning lint gradually improved her position in tin last half and finished with a rush GAIX OH CAlSK raced prominently throughout but tired after making a rush in the homestretch P1LSKX tired in the last quarter SIXTH RACE 1 14 Miles Nov 30 1915 210 4 102 Purse 111984 4year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 76984 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 Index Horses Js i Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 40001 AY1LLDO w 7 110 3 r fil fi a5 21 1 = J Rods o H B Holmes ISOId HiliOKAUSTRAL wr li fi 3 4 3 21 i 2 J Judge R Goodlow lfiO10 40031 YORKIST wT Ill 1 I 3 11 I1 11 SI TPargton A A Thomas WHMfl JOi3lIIAXDFLLL w 7 107 1 2 5 31 r I3 M SchwU R V Haymaker 70K iiOIrKX IIAMPSOX Wi fi 101 711 2 4 Is a1 1 II Burke 11 Fahey fiir 1000ICAPT HODGE w 5 103 77 7 fi = fir fis I Zoeller L F Wagner 132511 1325114000SOPHIA 4000SOPHIA OATEWDw fi 102 2 fi 2 4h 7 7 7 W BoKsk 1 1 Miles 2r10 2r10Time Time 25 52 120 117 216 Track slow 2 mutnels paid AVilldo 1100 straight 440 straight 20 show Austral 340 place 200 show Ynrkist 370 show showKquivalent Kquivalent booking odds AYilldo 4SO to 100 straight 120 to 100 plree 45 lo 100 show Austral 70 lo 100 place 30 to 100 show Aorkist 85 to 100 show showAYinner AYinner Pr g by AYaldo Froken by llahna trained bv K L Snyder bred by Messrs II C Field FieldAYent AYent to post at 515 At post 2 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driving AYILLDO well ridden slipped through on the inside when entering the stretch and saved savedn n h ground then responded gamely when called on and drew into a clear lead in the last eighth eighthAISTRAL AISTRAL weakly ridden and interfered with several times closed up gamely in the strelch YORKIST raced into the lead but tired when challenged IIAXDFlLL was shuffled back on the stretch turn and came again in the closing strides SOPHIA GATKWOOD pulled up lame A OO SEVENTH RACE 1 116 Miles Nov 25 1915 148 4 110 Purse 111983 dfcOOOO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 76983 second 200 third 100 fourth 50 AAVtPPSt i4 V i Str Fin Jockeya Equiv Odds Strt RED DOM1XO WEI 3 104 6 a 3 3t I3 1 = 1 = J Zoeller J J Farrell Jr 250100 250100TOM TOM BROOKS wn 4 104 1 2 5 fi = 31 21 2 C Ponce H Roseacher 11 5100 5100CAPITAL CAPITAL CITY ws C 103 3 3 7 = 7s 31 3 = L Morris M Smith ir00ioo ir00iooAAATERPROOF AAATERPROOF wsll S 114 2 8 S S S G1 1 = E Haynes C Smith 195100 195100PAUL PAUL COXXELLY w 5 100 S C 2s 2 ii 4 = 5 = J H Burko H Twyman 2SOO100 CHICK BARKLEY w 5 IOC 4 1 4 4i 61 5 6 AY Bogskl P J Miles LtWOlOO LtWOlOOKING KING XEPTUXi wr 7 114 r 7 fi = 51 rl 71 7 J Roilgez C X Freeman 570100 570100LE LE BLELKT wi 3 KG 7 4 1 li 4l S 8 A Richcrk J Arthur 14331CO 14331COTime Time 25 52 119 147 154 Track siow mutuels paid Red Domino 700 straight 440 place 400 show Tom JSrooks 1200 place 880 show Capital City 0 0 show showKqnivalent Kqnivalent booking odds Red Domino 250 o 100 straight 120 to 100 place 100 to 100 show Tom llrooks iiUO to 100 place 340 to 100 show Capital City 210 to 100 show showAYinner AYinner Ch g by Olambala Fantasque by Disguise trained by 1 Gorham bred by Mr Richard T AYilson AYilsonAYent AYent to post at 54S At post minutes Start good and slow AAon easily second and third driv ¬ ing RED DOMINO was saved behind the leaders until entering the homestretch then raced into a long lead then ran out and lost much ground but drew away again when straightened out and won easing up TOM 15ROOKS saved ground on all the turns and outstayed CAPITAL CITY In the final drive The latter finished fast through the last quarter AYATKRPROOF closed a big gap 1AlL CONNELLY tired LE ISLEtET quit after making the pace to the far turn Tijuana Form Chart TIJUANA FORM CHART TIJUANA Mexico Tuesday March 30 1920 Fifty fifth day Lower California Jockey Club Winter Meeting of 100 days or more moreStewards Stewards L J UOM L Wing J W ColTroth Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secretary W W Finn Racing starts at 200 y in Chicago time 400 4004fifi 4fifi ruuu Q y First Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 592i397 purse 400 syearolds syearoldsand and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second G5 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight J 47 Beat Lucille 312 1 = W ilclntyre HW100 4C5 3Xeenali 101 2 = E Smith 1SO1DO i 203Duly Fashn 114 G Warren 220lf0 45570 Appletto 114 4 R Carter irruO100 443 Ambuscade 214 H3 J Majestic 0120100 IfirMSStirrups 1W = T Cummings T W101 KilK3 Korin 112 7 W Anderson C470KK 2 mutuels paid ISeatrico Lucille 520 straight 300 place L20 show Xeeiiah 2SO place 220 show Duly Fashion 220 show showTime Time 24 49 103 Track slow slowWinner Winner C It Irwins ch in 5 by Jack Atkin Toots Mook by Tithonus trained by A Uick bred by Mr Itarney Schreiber SchreiberWent Went to post at 1 5 At post 1 minute Start good for all but Korin Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Stirrups 1 pound Xeenah 2 4fifi4fi zuurtu Second Race 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 593q7 purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 4 5783eAComKvy 114 li C Thompson fiO100 Ii508 Aline B 107 2 C Duggan 220100 40018 Irish Daisy 107 3 E Taylor 20W100 WilOHds 1 AVin M 4 = C McCorkle 1120HH 10313 Phil Martin 114 r R Carter 1210101 40502 Paradigm III f H Jeffcott i4r0lflfl 40570 Ann S 107 7 C Ruell sJO100 2 mutuels paid C A Comiskey 320 straight 2l0 place 240 show Aline 15 200 place 200 show Irish Daisy 020 show showTime Time 24 50 103 Track slow slowWinner Winner C II Dennisons blk s 5 by Dick Welles Sweet Xell by Kslier trained by C II Dennison bred by Mr Thus Piatt PiattWent Went to post at 225 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Paradigm I pounds Heads I Win 5 hirri Rare 58 Mile Jan 8 1916 97 Purse 400 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind IIorse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight40570L 40570L HarriganlOl 1 C McCorkle 30 1 0 40594 Yukon 102 2 C Duggan 410lon 40572 3Hgans Heirlll 3 Gross ISclOO ISclOO405JM 405JM Ogden Girl 104 41 J Roberts SXMOO 105 Dandy Aan Ktt 1v AY Manders 22 01CO 40383Cancion 10 fi1 1C Smith 370101 370101400103Ely 400103Ely D5 7 T Buell 5100100 2 mutuels paid Iidy llarrigan SSOfl straight 400 place 340 show Yukon 380 place 220 show Ilarrigans Heir 300 show showTime Time 24 50 103 Track slow Winner K K Majors ch f by llarrigan Lady Ilildreth by Coldcn Carter trained by K K Major bred by Mr Heiijainin A Jones JonesWent Went to post at 2r 0 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Dandy Aan 5 pounds 4fifid9 Fourth Race 34 Mile Dec 20 1916 auu lll3 110 Purse 400 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner SOO second 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse AYt Fin Jockey Straight 4 50Iean K 102 1 G Archarnbt 1210100 4047 M Machree 113 21 C AYarren iiJOlOO iiJOlOO4OI5Coronado 4OI5Coronado 110 3V C Uuggan r0100 r01004fi5S 4fi5S of fitId 310 4 = 1 Roberts 120100 40505 Tiajan 107 E Taylor 1120100 40000 Little Abe 10l fi R Guy I3101CO 2 mutuels pai I Jean K 2080 straight 10M place 300 sho v Mother Machree 500 place 320 show Com lado 300 show showTime Time 25 50 110 Track slow slowWinner Winner 1 Ki ns b in 5 by Helmet Whats Left by AYadswi rth trained by W Kern bred by Mr J D Stevens StevensWent Went t post t 315 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AYon driving second anil tilled the IfirtAQ Fifth Race 1 116 Miles June 24 ± 00 0 1916 145 3 110 Purse 500 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 370 second 80 third 50 50Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 40574 Don Dodge 110 I1 C Duggan 200100 200100405J3Yermak 405J3Yermak 107 2 C Buell rfif100 4 riSjChoirMasUT 107 3A C McCorkle JHI1W 40010 Lady AYaldklOi 41 C Gross irC100 4 5i Double Aan 101 = i E Smith i ± 100 100405yDehra 405yDehra 107 fi AY Hinphy ilOOMCO 2 mutnels paid Don Dodge SOOO straight 300 jtlaee 20 show Yennak 540 place 300 show Choir Master S2SO show showTime Time 25 49 116 144 150 Track slow slowWinner Winner W Walkers b L 5 liy Toddinglon Miss Oertel by Handsel trained by W Walker bred bv Messrs Stone t Uucker UuckerWent Went lo post at 341 Off at once Start good and sUxv Won driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Dehra pounds Dtuble Van 4 4O044 fi fi 4 A Sixth Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Feb 1920 143 6 122 Purse 400 4ycrrods and upward Claiming Net value to winner S300 second 05 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight400173Patsy 400173Patsy Mack 11 I1 R Carter 100 40578 First TroopJOS 2 AY Hinphy 270100 4058 MissIIerrmn I7 3 C Buell 710100 4tiOri = ArBoiit 103 41 C McCcirklo 1410100 400I03Mtana BellelOl s5 J Roberts 2SO100 40240 StClairBflle 10 3 E Taylor lSr0100 40577Stanley S 10S 7 C Duggan r20ltXl 2 nmtuels paid Patsy Mack 840 straight 420 place 300 show First Troop 500 place 310 show Miss Herrmann 301 show showTime Time 24 50 116 145 149 Track sloxv sloxvWinner Winner Matthews Dunlaps ch g SI by Andrew Mack CotilUon by Kingston trained by L Matthews bred by Mr David Ilogan IloganWent Went lo post at 401 At post I minute Start good for all but St Clair Ielle Won easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights First Troop I pound ARRAK Seventh Race 4 12 Furlongs Jan 31 tOD J 1920 54 6 114 Purse 400 4 ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 300 seconn 65 third 35 35Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight Straight405issPhne 405issPhne AVard HI I1 J Roberts 110100 40537 Billie B 11C 2 II Tullett 220100 4 0592 T dHounourllS 3 1 Frach SSOKX SSOKX40537JMge 40537JMge Ellsth 124 4s R Carter 3SGO100 40024 Corncutter 11 5 AY Mclntyrc t0100 4i5 J2 Riposta 119 C Duggan t 40208 Merr Lass 12 7 G Ytargin 4GrO100 15 Irwin entry y mutnels paid Phrone Ward 500 straight 200 place 2lil show Pillie 15 320 place 200 show Tableau dHonneur 280 show showTime Time 23 48 55 Track slow slowWinner Winner 15lackwell Crippens ch f 4 by Pros Prosj j LU Ma rr by Florist trained by C W WCrippin Crippin bred by Mr Samuel A Heckham HeckhamWent Went to post at 432 At post 3 minutes Start gooil and slow Won drlvins seton and third the same A South Sea Island Fishing Experts: Some Queer and Skillful Ways of Catching Fish by Pacific Ocean Sportsmen. SOUTH SEA ISLAND FISHING EXPERTS Some Queer and Skillful Ways of Catching Fish by Pacific Ocean Sportsmen The South Sea islanders are as adept at fishing as they are at canoeing They go out in frail canoes outside the reefs where sharks usually lie and catch these ugly monsters from three to fiftc n feet long lia lancing with a marvelous ability o white man could ever hope to emulate the natlv s will play huge captives on their crude hooks at d eventually draw them alongside and kill thei i Sometimes the boats are capsized As th shark charges the man in the water the man dives under it and rips open its stomach Infortnnately for the islander the sharks are very cunning and gen rally a dozen of them attack a man at once when of course he has not a chance for his life and is quickly torn to pieces The shark teeth are used by the natives to put a cutting edge on their spears spearsThe The islanders troll with pearl shell hooks to lure the albicorc bonito sea pike and coryphoena The last named is the most remarkable of fish changing all colors of the rainbow when dying It has long been misnamed by sailors the dolphin dolphinMiny Miny of the instruments used in making nets are almost identical with tlm v used by the crofter in thi north of Scotland Tl is we find that people separated by the width of the world of different race color and intelligence make articles almost the same sameMany Many and ingenious are the fish traps used in the South Seas Square traps are used by the natives of AYashington Island and the Gilberts They are made from bamboo held together by coir string Some are used to catch the castor oil fish one very difficult to take as its habitat is a hundred fathoms down The traps are similar in design The circular entrance runs about three quarters of the length of the trap and narrows gradually Reyond its end bait is placed The fish swims in and passes out of tin circular tube inlo the larger confines of the trap trapTraps Traps are used by the Solomon islanders for taking small fish The crab trap consists of a small net inside which is placed a medium sized clam shell rather a small one for in this part of fhe world clams attain to the weight of a ton The shell inside the net is lowered to the bottom of the lagoon opening automatically as it strikes the bottom AVhen a crab enters the net the mouth of which is kept open by the extended shell the watching fisherman pulls on the string thereby closing the shell with the crab inside it Fish are also speafcd by many of the islanders islandersFloats Floats are also used by the Solomon islanders Attached to the bottom of these floats are baited hooks A fisherman puts a lot of these out at once lie knows a fish is taken when the float becomes violently agitated It is made large ami buoyant enough to hold a fairly large fish Thus by spear net trap and float do the South Sea islanders get one of their chief sources of food from waters abundantly stocked with a great va ¬ riety of edible fish General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY A Yea t her Forecas northern and rain in southern portions Tuesday night probably followed by fair Wednesday colder in south portion tonight and Wednesday General Forecast Kain or snow is indicated for the I ike Michigan region and the middle Mississippi Valley tonight but otherwise mi precipitation of conse ¬ quence is expected in this forecast district westward to the Itockies during the next two days The temperature will continue below the seasonal nor ¬ mal malPublishers Publishers at Los Angeles announce that the price of morning papers on streets and newsstands would be advanced May 1 from 3 to 5 cents on week days and that the price of the two after ¬ noon papers now selling for two cents would be advanced to three cents while a third afternoon palter now selling for one cent would bu advanced to two cents centsSecretary Secretary of State Colby today refused to com ¬ ment on the report from London that the Inited States has sent a protest against the French occu ¬ pation of towns in the neutral zone as a result of the German government troops advancing into the Ruhr district I cannot say anything at this time was the only comment Secretary Colby would make makeInless Inless the Southern Pacific of Mexico Railroad and its striking employes come to an agreement and trains are started running within seventytwo hours the Mexican federal government will seize the railroad and operate the trains with soldiers according to an ultimatum served on both sides by federal judge Carlos Aelasgo at Nogales Sonora yesterday yesterdayChicago Chicago began to feel the brunt of the outlaw switchmens strike yesterday as attempts were made to end the blockade by rushing union switch ¬ men here from out along the roads As far as freight traffic is concerned the city virtually was isolated Shipments of milk butter eggs meats other foods ami fuel were held up by the strike strikeFrench French troops under orders from Marshal Foch mived swiftly into the German neutral zone yester ¬ day and occupied five German cities namely Frank ¬ fort Darmstadt Homburg Dieburg and Hanua Karly reports Indicated that the various occupations were accomplished without any opposition from tin Germans Germansllerr llerr William Mayer German charge daffaires at Paris reported yesterday that he had received a note from Premier Millcrand stating that French occupation of Frankfort Ilanna Darmstadt lloni burg and Dieburg will end as soon as the Herman troops are withdrawn from the Knhr district districtNews News of the French occupation of Darmstadt was received here at noon The French Ithine fleet appeared before the town and troops quickly entered Tin French forbid tlie use of telephones and no further details have been received receivedJapanese Japanese troops nn Monday occupied Yladivostok after eight hours of severe fighting in all parts of the city The Japanese imperial flag is flying in the place of the Russian ensign from all gov ¬ ernment buildings buildingsFederal Federal Judge Killits yesterday ordered the To ¬ ledo Railways and Light Company to restore street car service Wednesday morning threatening to name a receiver if the company refused refusedA A general strike was called at Wiesbaden capital of the Prussian province of HesseVassan yester ¬ day as a result of the news that the French had started an advance from the Khine KhineThe The Iliited States transport Mercury will leave Prest Friday for the Inited States with the bodies of 315 American soldiers who died in France FranceFrancis Francis Onimet of I5oston won the North and South gold championship at Pineliiirsl N C yes ¬ terday defeating Sam Graham of Greenwich in the final round of thirtysix holes Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES FOR 1920 Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mex MexRegaining Regaining January 24 and continuing for 100 or ormore more days Mutuels MutuelsSouthern Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince George Iark Rowie Md MdApril April 1 to April 15 13 days Mutuels Ilarford Agricultural and Breeders Association Havre de Grace Md MdApril April It to April 30 13 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Lexington Ky KyApril April 24 to May 5 10 days Mutuels Maryland Jockey Club Pimlico Md MdMay May 1 to May 18 15 days Mutuels Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill Downs Louis ¬ ville Ky KyMay May 8 to May 29 19 days Mutuels Metropolitan Jockey Club Jamaica L 1 1May May 15 to May 22 7 days Oral Ontario Jockey Club AAoodbini Park Toronto Out OutMay May 22 to May 20 7 days Mutuels Page 4 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday, April 7. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Wednesday April 7 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK GOOD Tho figures under the heading Roc in tho entries below show the Lest time of each horse at tho distance since January 1 1917 no matter wherb it finished In cases where record was made on other than a fast or good track abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts it t3l p in Chicago time 130 Superior mud runner X oo l mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 12 Mile Milelyoarolds lyoarolds Maiden Fillies Special Weights Track record April PJlS 1S 112 Horse Wt Kec KecCuliimn Culiimn Ill r1 r1Charlotte Charlotte C Miss Adrianne 101 iO Fading Star 112 Sacajawca 11 rtni rtniNorthern Northern Lady 110 rSm Doin br f by Kock View Carolyn P by Lamplighter Second Race G 12 Furlongs 3 year olds and upward Claim record Nov 2i 117 11 MUMBO JUMBO 110 122 122Edith Edith K ioox7ir Refugee Ill 120 120Marmile 7 lliX71i Marmile 100 121 121Lowtide I 110X71 Lowtide 110 120 120Margery I 117H Margery 10S 1 1M if ifKnrly 7 1100710 Knrly Sight 7 lir0710 Celtiva Kir 710 Betsy 101 l2 jm jmGreen I KirxTor Green Mint I 11X70 0ur Little Ann M 1 10070 Aigrette t iorx7or Frcnchy 1 00 1 2 1 r rAlex r 11 700 Alex Get a luu 123 123Third 7 1100700 Third Race 34 Mile Nov 1M 1I17 112 1 Kagazza 10 114 i iright Cold ColdKirali 117 114 Kirali 110 111 Vi Sea Mime 107 111 101U15 Wt Rec AWtHan AWtHanToday Today H 40207 Barley Water 1 110 SIHX70H 4107 Plummet 27 27IOC KM Flying Frog M10C IOC 118 112 700 700lir 40001 Enrico Caruso lli 117 110X700 Fourth Race 1 Mile MileCapitol Capitol Purse 4 yearolds and upward Allowances Track record Nov 23 PllO 141 0 114 4 111 4 Bolster r 114 1US2 40S4 War Ma k 123 13 4 mx74r 4C02S3 Chief IPS 13 ll74r ll74rIns liif07 Tantalus Ins 10S 13 4 111X740 111X740i lliriS Uoiueo i 13 4 101x740 101x740Violet 4iOO Wood Violet VioletlOOOH 100 141 ISX740 ISX740Maid lOOOH Tailor Maid iiS 13S 4 1 10i 0i X l2rl Crystal il Ford Ford40I2S 117 l40Mn I 101 73 73ge 40I2S Bondage ge 107137 0103X735 0103X735Fifth Fifth Race 34 Mile Terminal Purse unl Nov L4 1W17 112 122 10001 Tin Archer KU 11 3 103X72 40000 Veteran 110 114 4 113 720 4 0000 Vimneed 110 112 4 110X71 110X71los 405S1 Stepin los 11 1 v 4 n7io n7ioKM 40ioi Weary KM 11 1 its x 710 4or si Mok Orange 100 iM 3 looxor 447SIS3 Rubidium Ml Sixth Race 1 Mile and 20 Yards 3ycarolds and upward Claiming ik record Nov 30 IH 1 13 1 107 40 ill2 N 113 1 in 0 111 72i 72ilit 4tls C lit 140 f 15 111 Ill 40iOi3 M Mack K 110 1 20 f f400211s h 1 1 10SX71 400211s Kiiigling II 101 147 1474003S3 7 100x7ir 4003S3 Capital City 100 l42n403S1 l42n 113 7ir 403S1 IIope 103X70 40030 Bob Baker M 4 101700 10225 Kilkenny 101 141 100X700 Seventh Race 78 Mile Mile4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Clui CluiTrack Track record Nov 21 110 l2i l2i40li27 1 110 40li27 Huron II 4 103X72 I0020 General 10 10l7l0 40020 Kttahc 110X71 4002 3 Kiiigling II 10VJ7 Deckhand 10000 Anloinette 2 1 4 104X710 10027 Mildred Kuretta 00X710 I0i30 Juaiiitii III 110133 V10liX7U Bowie Jockey Percentages. J1OWIIC JOCIvISY PKRCKATAOKS From January 1 1Jl J t i 3Iaruh il 1J O Inclusive Jockey JockeyCarmody Mts 1st 1st3S4 Carmody 1 3S4 15 15S Nieklaus A S U Whitthiglon C CColtiletti 43 Coltiletti F Troxler 1 3 10 TS TSrir Iutuoll J rir sa Kclsay W 414 OS iuton M 354 rl Dumlnick 1 140 ± i ritor K Stirling I Tierce 1 llrever J Myers II Morris L 100 13 Williams J 01 11 Rodriguez J 54 CO Zotllcr J 11 13 1arriiigton T 113 IL Uiirkf J II 111 11 11SO Hell J SO 10 Mooney J 715 73 734L0 Itlclicreek A 4L0 41 41Ill Metcalf 1 Ill 14 14lOJ llaynes K lOJ 10 McTaggart J JHunt 101 10 Hunt F 131 13 Muipliy F 171 10 Walls G At or orOver Over OverWt Jockey JockeyOlert Wt Mts 1st Olert V 105 McCrann It 105 Mountain M 100 1134 L2 Pauley U 108 171 15 Connors J 112 153 14 Weiner F Hileman K 110 Kirsclibaum C Cllofflur 111 01 5 llofflur J 03 05 Corey I IOC 1191 Jl Hanover J 108 ISl 13 Sneidman K 100 t77 10 I cupel J 101 120 7 Smith F 105 17S l lJIO Carswell I JIO 80 4 Garrigan C 101 I 1 McDermott J JIonce 107 10 1 Ionce C 07 3S Miller C Wakoff II Itomanelli It ItJudge Judge 1 ryson F Jackson C 100 137 137S5 Schwartz M S5 42 Hopkins 1 102 24 1oganowski W 102 34 Oilbert C Sims A First Race [1st Bowie] The small ficure under Str shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next an the rice riceThe I The small figure under Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengtlis tho horse wai behind tho winner Weight to ho carried appeari at top of column cf woighti ih previous racet The M after the horses name mesns Maiden FIRST RACE 12 Jlile 2yearolds Maidens Fillies Special Weights April 5 1918 43 2 112 112Index Index Course Dist TimeTckOdds Wt St 4 Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish CULLINAN ch f 2 M 114 By Celt Diamontina by Eon EonTrainer Trainer S A Ciopton Owner Grecntree Stable Stable4f 4f 51ir Bowi 12 51mud 1110 111 2 7 T F tilcitil0 MaryKrb IGniian IdyGranitc IdyGranitcCHARLOTTE CHARLOTTE C br f 2 M 114 By Dr Lcggo Abbas by Big Chief ChiefTrainer Trainer C W Carroll Owner A B Spreckels Spreckels4C170 4C170 Jefson 3 f 45 hvy S 111 1 3 3s 4s T Pargton S Lucy Kate Gladys MisslIuvioiis MisslIuvioiis45MG5 45MG5 Jef son 3 f 43 hvy 7 11510 10 10 9 I Lyke 10 AunMay MornFce MAdanne 45721 FGnds 3S 35sfast 20 112 S Sl 7J J Metcalf l Iunga Buck Tutt Frank Moody MISS ADRIANNE br f 2 M 114 Ey Dick Finnell Damo by His Highness HighnessTrainer Trainer H Randolph Owner T Jackson JacksonV6 V6 Bowl 12 MVsmud IE lit 7 r 7 = 72 K Fat or H MaryKrb JosicGorman Ciillinan Ciillinan4C191 4C191 Jefson 12 4V5S d K4 7 f G5 Gu J Mooney S Morn Face ADeda JoeGoodman JoeGoodman4GOS2 4GOS2 Jef son 31 f 4 fast 12 112 5 Si 71 7MW MeehanVJ Freddie Coombs Tutt Tutt459G5 459G5 Jefson 3J f 4 hvy 30 IK 5 2 3 = 38 F Murphy 10 Aunt May MornFace MWilson MWilson4rCSl 4rCSl FGnds 3S 35tOod 50 111 S S S15 S Sndman S Teuite Loch Leveii Blemished Blemished454i2 454i2 FGnds 3S 3G fast 20 11G S 9l 9 J n SimpsonlO SkyBlue IGorman RubyMiekow 45425 FGnds 3S 3Gmud 40 11C 5 CJ G U Simpson S MDixon JoeGodinan JManeinl 45319 FGnds 3S 37 hvy 12 114 10 10 101S W WaronlO Cmpagne SkyBlue QofTrunips 45265 FGnds 3S 35fast 20 115 9 9 9J R Gilbert J Cointreau Oh Yes Q of Trumps TrumpsFADING FADING STAR b f 2 M 114 114Trainer By Sweep Flying Star by Star Shoot Trainer A Zimmer Owner J M Zimmer ZimmerBo Bo wit 12 rljinud IS llf I IU 4h T l li Tiixl T 10 MaryKrli JosivCormau Ciillinan U Jefson 31 f 43hvy 7 110 n r 5 11 Troxler S Ioch leven Mary Krb IettyUee 10 10J S7i K Troxler li Humpy Oh Yes Twinkle IJlne 4C1U1 Jefson 12 4D ood 15 112 S 7 7 I13 W Hcinch S MornFace ADeda JocUoodman 4G1 J Jefson 3 f 43KOod 12 112J G G3i 7 3l 3 ° J Uutwcll 11 Morn Face Lucy Kate Voonne1 45SG5 Jofson 3i f 4 hvy 20 nr 4 43S 7 7s 01J J Butwell 10 AunMay MornFce MAdanne 45311 FGnil3 3S 3Gmua 40 112 S S J Butwell 8 SSpings WhiteStar LandsKud SACAJAWEA b f 2 M 114 By Vandergrift Virginia Fairfax by Tournament TournamentTrainer Trainer M Smart Owner K Smart 1G5U6 Bowie 12 51imud 12 11G S S S30 S1S A Sims 10 MaryErb JosieGorman Ciillinan CiillinanNORTHERN NORTHERN LADY b f 2 M 114 By Jim Gaffney Snowflakes by Batts BattsTrainer Trainer A H Vivell Owner M F Mount Mount4i5iG 4i5iG Bowie 12 SHiinud 115 114 H y J 9 C Jackson 10 MaryKrli JosicGormaii Ciillinan Ciillinan4IS7G 4IS7G FGnds 3S M fast 30 113 C = 55 C Jackson IP Centimeter BcnValet AlbertaK AlbertaK45N22 45N22 FGnds 3S 37 mud 25 114 1 4J G i C Jackson 7 Petunia Alberta S MatBKeut MatBKeutDORA DORA br f 2 M 114 By Rock View Carolyn B by Lamplighter LamplighterTrainer Trainer W Livingston Owner McBride El ward First start LOWTIDE ch c 4 115 By Sir Wilfred Sandy Bar by Carbine CarbineTrainer Trainer F Tcnnant Owner C Smith SmithMSly MSly Howie GJfl22 Rood lff lir 12 12 12 i 1 1 J5 gnilmanir Pibroch Duke John Little Ed Ed1HG4 1HG4 Empire Im70y IMvJjfast 100 112 II S 10 10 C II MillerlO Chief Diydue Vetenui 41425 Kmpire Ab 34 112 slow CO 10713 13 13 11 M T Uowaii 14 Adele XSimplex Helen Atkin 44301 Jamaica 34 113 fast CO 10 11 12 12 li li C II MillPrll Rack 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