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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, April 10, 1920 Daily Racing Form. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Triangle Publications, Inc., Chicago, IL 1920 drf1920041001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, April 10, 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  "Big Bill" Knapp Under Ban: Noted Rider Refused a License by Stewards of Jockey Club.; Loftus and Byrne Denied Rehearing--Other Jockeys and Trainers Hear Bad News. BIG BILL KNAPP UNDER BAN Noted Rider Refused a License by Stewards of Jockey Club 9Loftus 9 Loftus and Byrne Denied Rehear ¬ ing1 Other Jockeys and Train ¬ ers Hear Bad News NEW YORK X Y April fl Jockey William Pig JU11 Knapp wa yesterday refused a license to ride on the tracks under the jurisdiction of The Jockey Club This decision was handed down it the usual monthly meeting of the stewards Like the Ixiftns case which occurred at the March meeting the news was a decided surprise to fid lowers of the turf As customary no cause was s igned for the action of the licensing committee committeeKnapp Knapp is one of the veteran jockeys of the Amer ¬ ican turf nnil while he has been under the official bin before he was reinstated three years ago and since that time has done much riding for Willis Sharpo Kilmer and II P Whitney lie was tlio pilot of the famous Sun Priar in most of his races and also of Exterminator ExterminatorOn On account of his increasing weight Knapp did nut have as many mounts as usual last year only registering eightyseven engagements twenty five of which he won winding up with a percentage of 2 He did little riding after the Saratoga meeting last summer lie was taken sick at New Orleans last winter and announced that he would retire from the saddle and start a public training stable Evidently lie thought better of his intention and made niiidicatioti for a jockeys license licenseAt At the same meeting the applications of J Groth T Parriiigtou C Gilbert and X Herger were wereIllMidi IllMidi IllMidiThe The stewards also revoked the license granted Chris Kirschbaum March 11 Kirschbaum rode at Havana during the winter and only a few days ago arrived at Howie Maryland MarylandJockeys Jockeys I Iiftus iftus and Kyrne also will remain on the ground the stewards announcing that The Jockey Club has refused to reopen their cases or that of James M Collins who applied for a trainers license licenseThe The applications of V Hendricks Cecil Knight J MoDermit Frank Martin and Clyde Philip to train on the eastern tracks were denied deniedAlt Alt associations under the jurisdiction of The Jockey Club have been notified to refuse the entries of J C Sturgis SturgisW W Doyle the former jockey who at present is seeing that the rule governing toe calks is strictly observed at Howie was appointed patrol judge for the lt0 season on The Jockey Club tracks in ¬ takes the place left vacant by W Midgeley Jeffords Stable Reaches Lexington: Four Derby Candidates in the String and Twelve Two-Year-Olds. JEFFORDS STABLE REACHES LEXINGTON Four Derby Candidates in tho String and Twelve TwoYearOlds LEXINGTON Ky April With the exception of a slight fever contracted by Kinglets en route the twentvone horses belonging to Mr and Mrs Walter M Jeffords of Philadelpia arrived here in good iondition last night from the farm at Kerlin Maryland Ipon his arrival here trainer Mike Dalv took into the string the threeyearold chest ¬ nut filly Substitute by Stalwart Iliderstudy which William 1 Young has been training for Mrs Jeffords Substitute is a candidate for the Ken ¬ tucky Derby and the Oaks There are three other Derby candidates in the string namely Golden Iloom Hoodwink and Kinuonl Asked concerning Goiden Vroom the son of Sweeper Xuna by Ham ¬ burg trliner Daly said saidHis His feet are apparently all right again and he is training satisfactorily tlAis far However we Jiave yet to see whether or not he will stick the Ilerhv route As a yearling Golden Hroom could icatMan o War and in the early part of last year he could beat him and I am of the opinion that he now can beat him In taking the pressure off his deficient foot Golden Hrcom developed a kiifi ailment and he now is over that thatTrainer Trainer Daly said his Derby plans of course are subject to alteration dependent upon the manner in which the eligibles in his charge take their reparation but be let it be known tiiat he feels ike he lias a pretty good second string iu Hood ¬ wink the big son of Disguise Tamanamass by Mrcv Leg Claijiier and Dr Johnson are the fiveyearold members of the string while Kerensky Koutledge and Edgemont are the fouryearolds Edgemout lias never raced lie is a chestnut gelding by Superman Uicona Aside from tjie Derby eligibles the only threeyearold is Flying Flower The fol Jowing is a list of the twoyearolds twoyearoldsDiscretion Discretion ch f by The Manager Caution CautionKJthene KJthene ch f by Peter Quince Involved InvolvedI5u I5u Daisey eh c by The Manager Water liKskom liKskomLitsuiore Litsuiore ch c by Celt Clara Pelle PelleP P T Jtarnum ch c by Judge Wright Dicks Dicksperfection perfection ch f by Hallot Enterprise Iteprisal b c bv Helmet Kachclor Girl Kinglets ch f by Frizzle Tiideistudy Kock Foot b c by Flint Rock Amicita Snare br c by Fcrolo Delusion Two Feathers ch c by Superman Proud ProudWilil Wilil Heather ch c by Light Hrigatle Wild Thistle ThistleThe The saddle work for the stable will be done by jockey I Ensor Ral Parr Derby Pair Work Fast RAL PARR DERBY PAIR WORK FAST FASTBlazes Blazes and Paul Jones the threeyearolds which nre the hope of the Kal Parr establishment for victory in the Kentucky Derby and Preakncss worked impressively over the Pimlieo track AVednes day when they ran a mile in 140 under stout restraint Nominations To Saratoga Stakes: Total of 2,877 Entries Received For The Valuable And Much Coveted Array Of High Class Feature Races To Be Run Next August NOMINA TIONS TO SARA TOGA STAKES TOTAL OF 2877 ENTRIES RECEIVED FOR THE VALUABLE VALUABLEAND AND MUCH COVETED ARRAY OF HIGH CLASS CLASSFEATURE FEATURE RACES TO BE RUN NEXT AUGUST XEW YORK X Y April 9 Racing Secretary A McL Earlocker of the Saratoga Racing Associa ¬ tion has made public a list of the nominations for the stakes to be decided at the Saratoga meeting next August Entries for the leading stakes in most cases were better patronized than they were a year ago with tin exception of the Saratoga Merchants and Citizens and tin Huron Handicaps A grand total of 877 entries were received for twentyfight stakes seven of which were earlier closing events the re ¬ maining twentyone closing on March 31 The 0000 Hopeful Stakes for twoyearolds has H3t entries the largest number in any one stake The Inited States Hotel ami the Grand 1nion Hotel Stakes also received over LOO entries each However whatever the important handicaps may be lacking in numeri ¬ cal strength is offset by the high quality of the nominations for them practically all the best horses of the country having been included among the entries Commander Koss has named all his stars including Sir Karton Hilly Kelly War Pennant Koniface and others while the name of the champion twoyearold of lll Man o War appears iu nearly all of them The Hildreth and Whitney cracks as well as those of all the other big racing establishments east and west are also in the following list of the nominations to these important stakes SARATOGA HANDICAP 3000 ADDED 3yearolds and upward 1 14 Miles MilesWilliam William Kooths Gladiator GladiatorKronx Kronx Stables War God GodE E R Uradleys Py Golly GollyP P A Clarks Diiiiboyne DiiiiboyneC C W Clarks Pictor and Sway SwayClifford Clifford A Cochrans liersagliere and Fairy Wand WandW W K Coes Natural Hridge Over There Armis ¬ tice David Ilaruni Star Court and Cleopatra CleopatraThomas Thomas Cooks Jack Stuart StuartC C M Garrisons He Frank FrankS S C Ilildreths Purchase Lucullito Mad Mutter ThnndPrciap vonf Tassel andCIrnis W Jacksons War Plume PlumeMonfort Monfort Jones Kouleau KouleauFrank Frank J Kelleys Pastoureau and Krtinetto II IIWillis Willis Sliarpe Kilmers Clinrhino and Extermi ¬ nator natorJefferson Jefferson Livingstons Pcaumarais PcaumaraisGeorge George W Lofts On Watch WatchA A K Macombers Star Master and Koyce Kools KoolsW W Martins Pridesman PridesmanJerry Jerry J Mahers Tornado and The Trump TrumpC C F Marshalls Courtship CourtshipMrs Mrs C K Moores Cromwell CromwellJ J W McClellands Prince Pal PalThomas Thomas C McDowells St Augustine AugustineE E I McLeans The Porter and Siren Maid MaidNorth North Shore Stables May Roberts RobertsJ J W Parrishs Midway MidwayMrs Mrs W A Primes Trojan TrojanSamuel Samuel Koss Gnome and Sea Rock RockCommander Commander J K L Ross Sir Itarton War Pen ¬ nant Itilly Kelly Honiface King Thrush and Faisan Dore DoreMorton Morton L Schwartzs Audacious AudaciousWilliam William A Siieas Ormouda OrmoudaC C A Stonehiims The Young Cavalier CavalierThe The Peach Stables Sunny Slope SlopeW W Y Thraves Miuto II IIH H P Whitneys Damask Wildair John P Grier tpset Leviathan Amaze Vexatious Cobwebs Afternoon and Dr Clark ClarkGeorge George I Widencrs Iinus IinusK K T Wilsons Hannibal HannibalSARATOGA SARATOGA CUP 83000 ADDED Weight for Age 1 34 Miles MilesE E Alvarezs Ilerron IlerronX X K Reals Sandy Peal PealWilliam William Pooths Gladiator GladiatorGeorge George II Hulls Kilearn KilearnP P A Clarks Diiiiboyne and Sarmalion SarmalionG G A Cochrans Hersagliere HersagliereW W K Coes Natural Kridge Over There David Ilarnm and Cleopatra CleopatraA A II Diazs Hlne Wrack WrackC C M Garrisons He Frank FrankGlen Glen Kiddle Farms Man o War WarII II II Hewitts Travesty TravestyS S C Ilildreths Purchase LueulUle Mad llaller Thunderclap and Cirrus CirrusMonfort Monfort Jones Rouleau and Ethel Gray GrayFrank Frank H Kelleys Pastonreau and Irnnette II IIWillis Willis Sliarpe Kilmers Exterminator ExterminatorGeorge George W Lofts On Watch and Doiinacona DoiinaconaJ J J Mahers Xolawu and Tin Trump TrumpThomas Thomas Monahans Henry G GMrs Mrs C K Moores Cromwell CromwellJ J W McClellands Prince Pal PalNorth North Shore Stables St Allan and May Roberts RobertsKal Kal Parrs Plaes PlaesJ J W Parrishs Midway MidwayMrs Mrs W A Primes Trojan TrojanSamuel Samuel Ross Gnome GnomeCommander Commander J K L Ross King Thrush Faisan Dore Royal Jester Hilly Kelly Sir Harlon and War Pennant PennantMorton Morton L Schwartzs Audacious AudaciousWilliam William A Sheas Ormouda OrmoudaC C A Stonehams The Young Cavalier and Piff Hang HangThe The Heach Stables Sunny Slope SlopeJ J S Tyrees The Maenab MaenabEdward Edward M Welds Carpet Sweeper SweeperH H P Whitneys Damask Wildair John P Grier Ipset Leviathan Amaze and Vexatious VexatiousR R T Wilsons Hannibal HannibalMERCHANTS MERCHANTS AND CITIZENS HANDICAP 3000 3000ADDED ADDED 3yearolds and upward 1 31C Miles MilesA A L Astes Double Eye EyeWilliam William Hooths Gladiator GladiatorHronv Hronv Stables War Sod SodE E R Hradleys Ky Golly GollyCharles Charles W Clarks Pictor and Sway SwayGifford Gifford A Cochrans Hersagliere HersagliereW W R Coes Natural Kridge Over There David Ilaruni Armistice and Cleopatra CleopatraThomas Thomas Cooks Jack Stuart StuartA A II Diazs Hints Wrack WrackC C M Garrisons He Frank FrankGlon Glon Riddle Farms Man o War Diuna Care Dream of the Valley aiid Spinaway SpinawayS S C Ilildreths Purchase Lucullite Mad Hatter Thunderclap Corn Tassel and Cirrus CirrusFrank Frank J Kelleys Pastoureau and Hrunette II IIWillis Willis Sliarpe Kilmers Exterminator ExterminatorA A K Macombers Star Master and Royce Rools William ilaitins Bridesman Jerry J Mahers Old Kocuijr Nolawn and The Trump TrumpC C F Marshalls Courtship CourtshipMrs Mrs C K Moores Cromwell CromwellThomas Thomas C McDowells SI Augustine AugustineE E P McLeans The Purler and Siren Maid MaidNorth North Shore Stables May Roberts RobertsJ J W Parrishs Midway MidwaySamuel Samuel Ross Gnome and Sea Rock RockCommander Commander J 1C L Ross Sir Itarton War Pen ¬ nant Honiface Hilly Kelly King Thrush and Faisan Dore DoreJohn John Sanfords Pontypridd and Cordelier CordelierMi Mi lpuL Schwartz Vudauioiis William A Sheas Ormonila OrmonilaC C A Stonehams The Young Cavalier CavalierThe The Heach Stables Sunny Slope SlopeW W Y Thraves Miuto II IIJ J S Tyrees The Maenab MaenabEdward Edward M Welds Carpet Sweeper SweeperII II P Whitneys Damask Wildair John P Grier Ipset Leviathan Amaze Vexatious CobwYbs Afternoon and Dr Clark ClarkGeorge George D Widcncrs Lanius LaniusIt It T Wilsons Thunderclap Wyoming and Han ¬ nibal nibalMILLER MILLER STAKES Formerly Kenner Stakes 2500 ADDED 3yearolds 1 316 Miles MilesN N K Peals Sandy Heal HealAVilliam AVilliam Hooths Gladiator and Neddam NeddamRobert Robert Howers Grand Slam SlamE E R Hradleys Ky Golly GollyGeorge George II Hulls Kilearn KilearnP P A Clarks Sanitation SanitationG G A Cochrans Kersaglicre KersaglicreW W R Coes Armistice David llarum and Oleo patra patraDosoris Dosoris Stables Lovely LovelyGlen Glen Kiddle Stables Man o War WarE E X K Harrimans Feodor FeodorS S C Ilildreths Domiuiiuc and Krewer KrewerMrs Mrs Walter M Jeffords Golden Hroom HroomMonfort Monfort Jones Rouleau and Ethel Gray GrayFrank Frank J Kelleys Frank W and Drumfire DrumfireKilraue Kilraue Stables Irish Dream DreamGeorge George W Lofts On Watch and Doiinacona DoiinaconaJames James MaiManns Padriac PadriacJ J W Mays ViceChairman ViceChairmanThomas Thomas Monahans King Albert 1 W McClellands Prince Pal Hasten On The Trout and Richelieu RichelieuThomas Thomas C McDowells High Command and Dis ¬ tinction tinctionEdward Edward H McLeans Siren Maid MaidNorth North Shore Stables May Roberts RobertsOak Oak Ridge Stables Sea Mint MintRal Ral Parrs Hlazcs and Paul Jones JonesQnincy Qnincy Stables Anniversary and Captain Alcock AlcockSamuel Samuel Ross Herd Girl and Toueanot ToueanotCommander Commander J K L Ross King Thrush Irish Dancer Faisan Dore Royal Jester Trench Mortar and Constancy ConstancyWalter Walter 1 Salmons Hobey Kaker KakerJohn John Sanfords Pontypridd and Cordelier CordelierC C A Stonehams Hiff Hang HangH H P Whitneys Damask Wildair John P Grier Leviathan Amaze and Dr Clark ClarkGeorge George I Wideuers White Socks SocksK K T Wilsons Round Robin RobinW W J Youngs Captain Mac A compare list of sta for Saratoga for the yean lit and PtlO Saratoga Handicap Sl 70 70Sa Sa ra toga Cup CO COChamplain Champlain Handicap so 7ii 7iiMerchants Merchants and Citizens Handicap S3 71 71Delaware Delaware Ilandicai 103 Amsterdam selling I3 SI SICalskill Calskill selling lit 78 78Miller Miller formerly the Kenner 7 H Expectation new stake i1 i1Huron Huron Handicap 73 IM IMSaraitac Saraitac Handicap S S9 S9Mohawk Mohawk selling Ii3 17 17Seneca Seneca selling it 12 12Travels Travels iOS 1 1Alabama Alabama for mares 1 4 4rnited rnited States Hotel HH 2M Grand Union Hotel Jti Spinaway for fillies 113 113Grab Grab Hag Handicap subscriptions 10 ii iiHopeful Hopeful Saratoga Special subscriptions Adirondack Handicap 1 1Sanford Sanford Memorial 1 1Flash Flash 130 li Albany Handicap KM liS liSSchuylerville Schuylerville for fillies 94 134 134Troy Troy selling 00 7 Kentucky selling for fillies 7i i Total number of entries to 28 stakes stakeslOlO lOlO 1SI19 Gain in 1920 1ltt 1lttIn In 1919 geldings were eligible for the Traversi In 1920 geldings are barred V Perfect Racing Weather: Bowie's Sport Held Under Ideal Climatic and Track Conditions.; Star Realm Victorious in Best Race of Day--Consistent Ettahe a Repeater. PERFECT RACING WEATHER Bowies Sport Held Under Ideal Climatic and Track Conditions Star Realm Victorious in Best Race of Day Consistent Ettahe a Repeater HOWIE Mil April Perfect racing weather prevailed it Howie today uiil the sport provided a number of interesting contests The track was lpttcr than it has l oen the past few days and faster time was made in the majority of races The con ¬ sistent Ettaho added another race to liis credit when he disposed of a good band of platers in the fourth race coming from behind in a manner that showed him to he easily Iiest IiestWhat What wa perhaps the best race of the day was the fiftli at one mile which brought out useful racers Opinion was well divided as to what horse was best among tin starters it belli an unusually well balanced field The ultimate winner turned up in Thos Itrcnnans star Realm a horse that has been quite a disappointment for the past two years lie ran kindly today however being on the inside and Moso racing alongside kept this racer from bearing out until the stretch turn where he went wide losing much ground His jockev how ¬ ever continued to ride him hard and he drew away again to win by a safe margin Frank Monrort was second and Mountain Hose II was third Moscs chances were undoubtedly ruined when Star Itealm carried him out at the stretch turn ueeu Woiidefroni a P miu4mgjnning ranm exodleut nice making up iniicli ground throughout throughoutThe The victory of Star Itealm while somewhat of a surprise to many racegoers was a source of much gratification to his owner Thomas Kreiiiian who purchased the horse during the Kmpire City summer meeting of Last autumn Star Kealm showed that he was what horsemen term moon eyed and lie would run out in most of his races His trainer Frank Dayton had tried many different ways to iireveut him from bearing out but he would always do so in his races lie was probably meant for a highclass horse being well bred and a good looking individual individualHuzzas Huzzas away to a flying start in the first raee maintained his advantage all the way lint had to be hard ridden at the end True as Steel had no mishaps and held second place safe from Earnest which lasted long enough to beat Kirah for third money which made up considerable ground from a slow beginning beginningVerity Verity was saved in the second race to the last turn then rushed to the front when called on and scored an easy victory Courtdies ran well came from far buck and took second place in the last few strides Deckhand ran well and lasted long enough to withstand the final rush of Margery which was off none too well Ina Kay set the pace briefly and fell to the rear rearMARMITE MARMITE FIRST IN CLOSE FINISH FINISHMarmite Marmite had the best of the others that started in the third race opened up a gap but just lasted long enough to nose out Hope which was slow to begin and closed in cyclonic fashion Tiger Rose had sjieed but tired however although easily hold ¬ ing third money safe safeKttalie Kttalie won the fourth race after a hard drive with Ragnarok but the victory was a costly one for owner Kennedy as several horsemen bid the fovetie gelding up to JjirrOO the horse being re ¬ tained with the customary additional bid Kag uarok had no difficulty in securing second honors Mumho Inmbo ran his usual honest race but weakened in the final eighth to finish third Ponllncy ran an improved race raceHogart Hogart with an improved rider up won the sixth race from Austral and Paul Connelly The winner was underrated by Rodriguez and moved up rapidly when called on Austral came from far back u the last quarter Paul Connelly quit badly after showing good early speed and just lasted to get third place from Little Kd KdThe The rule passed by The Jockey Clnb yesterday regarding the change iu the selling race clause re ¬ lating to anyone but the owner claiming a horsi did not become effective here today as todays entries were made before the new rule was passed It will become operative with tomorrows pro ¬ gram gramThe The recent ruling by The Jockey Club refusing the further entries of any horses owned by 1 Stnrgis affects only one horse racing here that being Franklin FranklinRagnarol Ragnarol was retained by the Sunuylaud Stable for SOVi S A Cloplon retained Sylvaiio for 1S0 and Harry Kites led Amaekassin back to the 1 E Griffith barn for SI SOU SOUTrainer Trainer C Knxtoii was ill today and the horses he started were saddled by K A Smith SmithJockey Jockey A Tryon was s arrival from Havana and rode here today todaySamuel Samuel Koss disposed of tile twoyearold Attor ¬ ney to W L Saunders at private sale M Hackett will train the youngster youngsterJockey Jockey E Sande under contract to Commander J K L Koss came over from Laurel to enjoy an afternoons racing W Forinan has purchased the racer Ken Ilampson at private sale saleFormer Former jockey Willie Martin and jockey Guy Iturns were arrivals from Hamilton Canada Monfort Jones Horses To Kentucky MONFORT 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Capital City 7 Indolence Almino Willdo Ben Hampson Friday Work-Outs At Bowie Track FRIDAY WORKOUTS AT BOWIE TRACK 245 BOWIE Md April t Todays training gallop at Pjinve George Park included the following AVeather clear track fast ThreeEighths Mile 217AppIe Jack as as225Aunt IS 237 Lady AVard 39 225Aunt Deda 40 10 212Mock Orange 39 248 Bengali tS tS2tBrisk 242Morning Face 38 2tBrisk 35 15 240Plureen 39 39IS 2 IllCrystal Ford liS liS2t7lomlnicau 23SIInriblis 39 39MS 2t7lomlnicau SSS SSS2CdGain MS 234Safranor 43 2CdGain de Cause 3 3LMtHndas 159 243Silver Springs 374 374tS LMtHndas Bther JS JS2415Lady tS 243Susan M 42 2415Lady Brumel 4i 244Yvette 39 39Half Half Mile Miler2 213Allivan r2 243Mystie Follv 34 2H7Challenger 33 Tan Son 31 2iFell Swoop 57 24 I Tat tie 30 = 241lra AVilson 33 23iTit for Tat 31 243Irish Kiss 30 Top Sergeant 34 2ltMy Dear 32 211AVilldo 32 FiveEighths Mile M Chas lrancisl07f Oriental Girl 109 = 253Corson 107 i JllSilex II II242l 112 1122l 242l 2l ViindlverlOT I L 24 2MTim 3 Tim II II23Fair 109 = 23Fair Cliarltyl07 J 212Aalcrie AVcstlOl 21211 Go Lucky 104 Three Quarters Mile Mile1U 1U 241Manoevrc 241Manoevrc22SCol 22SCol llollowayl19 9 233Mark AV AVestl22 238Diadi 119 9 243 243Paddy Paddy 123 2iEI Mahdi 9 2 1 3 Parish 1 2S 2SI 2itGas Mask I j 242R traveler 117 117Ono Ono Mile 2ttAlma P 9 I 242Garbage 133 243 Dorcas 7 240Say AVhfill49 Derby Horses Work Fast: Sterling Surprises Onlookers by Good Gallop of Mile in 1:44.; Donnacona Makes Best Showing of All the Candidates--Damask Taking Things Easily. DERBY HORSES WORK FAST Sterling Surprises Onlookers by Good Gallop of Mile in 144 Donnacona Makes Best Showing Showingof of All the Candidates Damask DamaskTaking Taking Things Easily loriSVILIE Ky April St Todays workouts of Kentucky Derby candidates at Churchill Downs were by far the best of the spring season to date Donnacona On AVatch Prince Pal Sterling and Damask being called on to show their mettle in gallops of one mile each The time made by these horses with the exception of Damask was faster than even their trainers expected The Downs track was in better condition than in a long while although a hit flippy and every move of the lending horses in this section was a good one AYeather conditions could not have been improved upon uponDiiunacoiia Diiunacoiia and On AVatch ran the mile together in 11 Sterling in 144 Damask in 148 and Prince Pal in 144 144Sterlings Sterlings fast gallop was the surprise of the day He now takes rank with the members of the first division of the Derby prospects He was ridden by jockey G Pyrno who weighs almost 130 pounds His performance under this impost caused much favorable comment He began in front of the grandstand accompanied by Splendor a Kentucky Oaks candidate and the pair ran the first quarter in 23 seconds The half mile was covered in 30 and the threequarters in 1115 Splendor fell far back at this juncture and Sterling ran the rest of the distance alone After finishing the mile Byrne eased the colt up and he only can ¬ tered and finished the mile and an eighth in 139 To many it appeared as though Sterling was doing his best all the way but Pyrne said that he was not and he affirmed that he could have had more speed out of him had he cared to Ile wants a horse to rim with him that will look him in the eye and make him exert himself said Byrne and after his pacemaker drops back he seems to realize it itPRINCE PRINCE PAL SHOWS SPEED SPEEDPrince Prince Pal again worked by himself and for a change had jockey John Callahau on him This rider weighs only 100 pounds The Prince Palatine colt got down to business right off the reel as he ran the first quarter of a mile in 2 and he reached the half mill post in 111 seconds Tin time for fiveeighths was 1 and he made the threequarters in 117 He ran witli an even evenstride stride for seveneighths His ti was IMOr IMOrAt At the end of the mile Callahan took him up to practically a canter and he was timed for a mile and an eighth in 200r 200rThe The high early speed shown by Prince Pal gained him many new admirers AVhen he pulled up he seemed as fresh as when he started and cooled out in fine style styleConsiderable Considerable excitement was caused while Donna ¬ cona and On Watch were preparing for their workout as the former all but got away from jockey Cliff Robinson He took a notion to run the reverse way of the trck and darted out so uddenlv that Robinson was taken by surprise and ould not hold him The rider guided him to the mtside rail and managed to pull him up after a inssle which lasted for a quarter of a mile With On Watch he began in front of the stand and for the first time this season the G AV Loft Derby horses were allowed to move along at a rapid gait They ran the first quarter in 21 half mile in ilr fiveeighths in 104 threequarters in IMS eveneighths in 1 anil the mile in 11 Several horsemen timed them i shade faster They galloped out a mile and eighth ill 1 Donnacona led his stablemate throughout and made the most favorable impression as he was under restraint even while moving as fast as he did Jockey Newton Barrett shook his whip at On AVatch several times during the workout in order to keep him clo to Donnacona and this took some of the Inclination to loaf out of him He requires hard riding in his Avork and will not take it seriously even witli a pacemaker pacemakerFASTER FASTER THAN TRAINER WANTED WANTEDTrainer Trainer Max Hirsch said that the two colts an really faster than he wanted them to and he vas well pleased with their performances They ame out of the gallops m excellent condition ind within a few minutes after coming off the rack On Watch was taking his daily roll in the andpit which Hirsch installed just outside the oft stable stableTrainer Trainer Mose Goldblatt instructed jockey Eddie Ambrose to let Damask move along at a good speed for about a half mile or so although not at near his best The rider rode him the first quarter in 23 the half in 1 fivc eighths in li three quarters in 120 seven eighths in 1 and the mile in 1IS The colt was only cantering it the finish and he could have worked as fas as any of the other Derby horses and perhaps faster if allowed to He again took his work without blinkers blinkersThe The presence of the leading Derby clirribles on the track drew a large gallery to the Downs this morning and most of the horsemen forsook their duties with their own charges for tin time being to take a look at the high class threeyear olds in action It was the consensus of opinion that Donnacona made the best showing all things considered Many horsemen however expressed the opinion that Sterling undoubtedly proved himself of Derby caliber even though to them it Deemed that be was ridden out outOther Other nominees for the Derby to work this morn ¬ ing at the Downs were Atta loy II fiveeighths fiveeighthsin in 10 Minute Ma ib in 14S Grand Slam Slamthreequarters threequarters in 115 Simpleton threequarters in 121 and Augoii fiveeighths in 101 101Jockey Jockey William Crump was an arrival from Nashville Temi today He will ride as a free lance on the Kentucky circuit circuitThe The horses of F J Kelley will be sent to Lex ¬ ington on April 1 by trainer George Land while those of John S Ward will git the following day dayTrainer Trainer Max llirsch said today that he has not lecided on the date for shipping the Loft horses here but it probably will not be until a day or two before the Lexington meet in opens opensJack Jack Hare Ir made his appearance on the Downs track this morning looking better than ever before n his life He gave the spectators a sample of his speed by running fiveeighths of a mile in 103 haid held heldMost Most of the seats in the noilfoot extension of the grandstand were put in place today and the task of grading the spacious lawn in front of the new structure was almost completed The chief work to be done now is on the administration building buildingOther Other good workouts at Churchill Downs this morning in addition to those already mentioned were as follows Truly Rural and Cobwebs to ¬ gether threequarters in 117 Hereafter five eighths in liri Minto II threequarters in 118 Beaver Kill mile in 149 Sway threequarters in 122 Bine Paradise throequarters in 124 Green Grass threequarters in 1 2 Bueklaide three quarters in l17fe Matinee Idol threequarters in 1 AVhite Star threeeighths in 10 Piedra threequarters in 120 Hodge half mile in 33 Looking tp threequarters in IMS Out the AVay and Discussion together fivecijhths in 10 first half mile In 4Sfi Doctor Jim threequarters in 11 Bunga Buck half mile in 2 Tippity AVitchet threequarters in 121 Anna Gallup and Hidden Talent together fiveeighths in 105 Southern Gentleman and Ace lliah together half mile in 30 Racing Dates For 1920 RACING DATES Lower California Jockey Club Tijuana Mex MexBeginning Beginning January 21 and continuing for 100 01 01iniln iniln days Miiluels Southern Maryland Agricultural Association Prince PrinceGeorge George Park Bowie Md Aprill to April 13 Id days Mutuels M'Clelland's Stable Numbers Sixty: All but Nine Are Two-Year-Olds--Trainers and Jockeys Granted Licenses. MCLELLANDS STABLE NUMBERS SIXTY AH but Nine Are TwoYearOlds Trainers and Jockeys Granted Licenses NEAV YORK N Y April James AV McClel ¬ land was In New York today fresli from Havre dfi Grace where he had been to look over his string of nearly forty horses which have wintered on the shores of the Susqiiehanna River He reports them in excellent condition as well as all others now at the Harford County track trackAll All told we have more than sixty horses in training and with the exception of eight or ninu all are twoyearolds said Mr McClelland McClellandIf If looks are an indication I think we have a fine hand of young horses and some of them can run But all the horses seem to have a running fit on them Old Rosebud is tearing it off as he did when a twoyearAd and Eugene AVayland has his two threeyearolds Ilobey Baker and My Laddie moving along as if they threaten to do things when the time comes for action It would not surprise me in the least to see at least one of them start in the Kentucky Derby But the most promising Derby candidate in Maryland seems to be Com ¬ mander Ross Constancy They tell me she is working fine in fact it is reported she has worked a mile at Laurel in 1 2 Some seem to think Bcdwell is fitting her for the Derby But of all the horses I have seen Damask is the one that will take some beating He can do almost anything asked of him and it will not IK surprising to see him put in some sensational trial for tin race His only trouble is his nervousness while in the paddock paddockThe The Havana special has arrived from Cuba with Blue AVrack aboard All the horses stood the trip well wellThe The stewards have been appointed to represent The Jockey Club at the eastern meetings as follows Jamaica W S Voxburgh Belmont Park F R Hitchcock Aqueduct 1 E AVidener Empire City II K Knapp and Saratoga F R Hitchcock HitchcockAt At a meeting of the directors of the Metropolitan Jockey Club which owns the Jamaica track William G Street was elected director in conjunc ¬ tion with Matthew Corbett president George Dobson secretary and treasurer Eugene Wood and Adrian II Jackson JacksonFollowing Following is a list of trainers and jockeys granted licenses at yesterdays meeting Vrtliur James JamesVustin Kelly J JKelley Vustin A L Kelley M C CKennedy Baldwin 1 S Kennedy II J JLoibert Baxter L II Loibert Edw EdwLcighton Beal N K Lcighton Conover ConoverLivingston Hack J M Mtliiino Livingston Win WinLouie tliiino August C Ctola Louie lias liasMavberrv tola ml Jas JastotigliMiian Mavberrv J P PMcCafferty totigliMiian F Floylo McCafferty J J JMcDaniol loylo Harvey Harveytray McDaniol H HMcKeevcr tray Frank M McKeevcr Robert RobertMerrill rown L Ltuchanaii Merrill Clarence ClarenceMiles tuchanaii D Dtnubury Miles P J JMiller tnubury P C Clurch Miller K T TMiller lurch Preston Prestonlurk Miller John JohnMoore lurk Win 1 1lussey Moore Ed EdMurphy lussey J G GIyer Murphy Jas J JMurphy Iyer J JIyer Murphy Jas AV AVNiehans Iyer Nat L Ltyrnis Niehans A C COBrien tyrnis Matt Mattahill OBrien John JohnOBrien ahill AVm AVma OBrien Thus ThusPlnnkett a mill C W Warter Plnnkett N B BPolk arter J A Aasey Polk S SPolls asey C J Jhisman Polls Owen K KPorrctto hisman Roy Porrctto A C CPost ysna AV II IIhmssen Post AV II IIPriii hmssen Peter Peterlark Priii George GeorgeRandolph lark C F Fougdoii Randolph Henry HenryR ougdoii R Rongdon R lolph P S P PRegan ongdon AV II Regan Frank FrankRice olston Raleigh Raleighrawford Rice If P rawford AV A Richardson J F FReddecks rist Louis K Reddecks John JohnRiddle rosthwaite Ollie Ollieiinninghani Riddle Henry C CRldae iinninghani Win P Purl Rldae G M MRites url Jas Jasalv Rites I tarry tarryRobertson alv W C Caupsin Robertson Jas JasRuble aupsin W H Haytona Ruble F P aytona F Fenn Jiuseiu William WilliamRowulas enn A L Rowulas RowulasRyan odge G W Whniovan Ryan AV M MSanford hniovan J L Lnffy Sanford Chas ChasSchelke nffy John J Jugan Schelke Fred ugan AV AVuster Sihorr John F FShannon uster W P Parncy Shannon Thus J JShaw arncy Frank Frankirrar Shaw David DavidSherman irrar Frank Frankinwick Sherman Geo P PShields inwick Walter Shields Milo MiloSims risbie F C Cord Sims Walter WalterSmith ord John Johnord Smith Chas R RSmith ord J Harvey Smith Henry R RSmith ouliy Patrick J Jry Smith Robt A ASnyder ry H W Wlarrotf Snyder Chas L LSprague larrotf Frank Sprague C II IIStarita Harrison E H Starita Frank FrankStutter ass Jas Stutter J H iJeiitry Lloyd Suggs W E ESweeney iMlbson W S Sweeney Eugene EugeneTault Craham John JohnIlimmcllc Tault Tims J JTempest Ilimmcllc E Elackett Tempest Al AlPennant lackett M Mlanimond Pennant Frank FrankThomas lanimond Dee Deelarlan Thomas A V VTraveis larlan S P Plarrington Traveis W 11 11Triieinan larrington F Ftastings Triieinan Elmer ElmerItterbaek tastings John Johnlay Itterbaek Ernest ErnestVan lay maker L Llennessey Van Winkle O E EVivell lennessey Geo B Blewitt Vivell A II IIAValden lewitt Jas E Elogau AValden Robert RobertWalker logau W M Mlolmes Walker AVilliam A AWvant lolmes L M Wvant W C CAVoJibcr lackson Richard AVoJibcr Theodore 0 0Wilkins Johnston James Jameslohns Wilkins W E EWomeldorff lohns O F Fones Womeldorff D DWooilford ones B A Wooilford David E EAVoilev Jones E G AVoilev Arthur D DAoiing Jordan Matt Aoiing W Judge S Ambrose Edw E EUiderson Mason Robert Uiderson R M Mtell Motcair Jack tell John Johnoganowski Miller Chris C oganowski AVm AVmSitrke Moouey Joseph i Sitrke Jas II IIsntwcll Morris Lewis sntwcll Jas Jasiixton Murphv Frank II iixton Merritt Merrittarswell Murphy J arswell Duncan Duncanhapman Nolan Thos J hapman B Bhiavetta Paulcy Ralph J hiavetta Frank Frankonuolly Ponce Clyde onuolly Jess Riehcroek A avies Thos Rodriguez J Ivans Archie Archiea Romanelli R C a tor E Einley Sande Art H inley Albert Albertletcher Scliut linger Andrew letcher Irvin Irvinlamilton Schwartz Martin lamilton Harry Harrylaynes Sneidnian S laynes Everett C Cleupel Trvoii Alfred S leupel Jake Jakelopkins AVakoff Harry lopkins Dudley L Lluff AValK Geo Anthony luff Nicholas Nicholaslunt AVosler J lunt Fort Fortackson Whittingtou Clifford ackson has P AVilliams J lohnsoii Alfred AVoodstock F Kclsay AVm L ZoeHer 1 McCrann Roy Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Entries close on Saturday April 10 for the Har ¬ ford Handicap OOO added for threeyearolds and upward threequarters to be run at Havre de Grace on Friday April 15 15Michael Michael J Tully an oldtime jockey who Was a familiar figure on all the metropolitan tracks thirty years ago died last Tuesday in St Josephs Hos ¬ pital Paterson N J of heart trouble troubleMajor Major A C Benton a member of the Remount Board expressed the opinion a few days ago that the government experiment in breeding cavalry horses at Front Royal Aa must be classed as a failure After having looked Over the establish ¬ ment lie declared that the stallions were a bad lot long on the leg light in the midde and narrow at both ends endsA A large racing stable to arrive at Louisville re ¬ cently isthatuiiller lilcai6f trainer R N Dick Aestal which comprises fourteen twoyearolds the property of G L Blackford and I E Clark well known Texas breeders Aestal had his large string at New Orleans last winter but his representation In the juvenile races was meager because of tin bail condition of the track and they did not come to hand until well along In the FairGrounds meet ¬ ing Acstal has quarters at Douglas Park Thoroughbred Foundation In Cuba: Owner Bowman Gives Service of Top Hat a Free Gift to the Cuban Breeders. THOROUGHBRED FOUNDATION IN CUBA Owner Bowman Gives Service of Top Hat a Free Gift to the Cuban Breeders HAVANA Cuba April 0 Horse breeding in Cuba will be stimulated greately through the generosity of Mr John McE Bowman noted hotel man whose activities in connection witli the Blltmoru and other hostelries in the Inited States made his name well known here in Cuba long before lie purchased the Hotel Savllla and gave the tourist and local popula ¬ tion a home in keeping witli tin tastes of the pres ¬ ent day Mr Bowmans iid to the breeding in ¬ dustry comes in the gift of the services of the thoroughbred sire Top Hat a halfbrother to Tra ¬ cery recently sold by Mr August llclmont of New York to the Argentina sportsman S J Luzue for 2 3oo On his first visit to this is 1 Mr Bowman Bowmanwas was struck witli the appearance and quality of tin native or Criolhi horses which showed Andalitsian ancestry in Ihcir fine head and neck these having the characteristics of the Barb or Arabian in tin most uniform degree The tapering wellplaced ears luminous eyes delicate muzzle and fine face all bespoke qualities which generations of close inbreeding had failed to eradicate Nearly all were deficient back of the saddle however and Mr Bowman who is an acknowledged authority on the saddle type having been asked to serve as a judge at the coming International Horse Show In London determined to offer a thoroughbred sire to the re ¬ public in or er that a permanent foundation might be laid for the improvement of the horse breeding industry IU found that those in authority were eager to follow his suggestions and Ji s choice of a stallion fell on Top Hat a superb son of Hastings and the renowned English mare Topiary by Urine which be secured from Major Belmont chairman of The Jockey Club who had bred him at the Nursery Stud in Kentucky Mr Bowman was at ¬ tracted by the bone and substance of Top Hat quite as much as by his breeding and the fact that two of his halfbrothers had already achieved dis tinctiim on the race course and in the stud was an additional incentive incentiveTopiary Topiary cost Mr liclmont 1SCOO as a fouryear old and he was moved to purchase her because of the exquisite lines of blood in her pedigree She was by Orme a splendid son of Ormonde known as the horse of the century while her dam was tin famous French mare Ilaisanterie which had immortalized herself by winning the Cambridgeshire as a three year old witli 125 pounds up After producing foals to Bnshey Park and Melton Topiary was brought to Kentucky and threw in quick suc ¬ cession Trap Rock Tracery and Top Hat HatThetwo Thetwo former were by the Epscin Derby winner Rock Sand which cost Major August Belmont J123 000 while Top Hat was by Hastings sire of Fair Ilay which in turn has given the turf the reign ¬ ing sensation of IJlii Man o AVar AVarTRAP TRAP ROCK SUCCESSFUL SIRE SIRETrap Trap Rock performed well on the turf and then proved a successful sire among his children iRing Lucullite He is in the stud in Virginia and is regarded so highly by Messrs Ross and Walker that they recently refused to put a price on him Tracery was sent to Kngland a a yearling In the fiopo Kiat he would repeat the successes of his dis ¬ tinguished sire but while he failed to win the Derby he was generally conceded to be a hotter horse than Rock Sand and heat every good horse of his day winning the Dimcaster St Leger and other great races He was far in front in the field which included Prince Palatine in the race for the Ascot Gold Cup in 1SI1S when a fanatic opi opioscd oscd to racing leaped upon the course and seiz ¬ ing the horses bridle reins dung to them until he brought horse and rider to the turf turfIt It was Major Btlmi nts intention to bring Tracery home to take the place of his sire which had been sold to a syndicate of French and American spurts men for 130000 but the breeders of England were so eager fur his services that he was placed in the stud where his earnings have averaged 350l0l per year Several offers including one from Lady lane Douglass of 210000 wore refused for the horse but when Senor S 1 Inzue of the Argentine Jockey Club recently tendered mo of 3 000 guineas or 253000 in our currency at normal exchange it was accepted One of Tracerys sons The Panther winner of the Two Thousand Guineas had been already acquired by the Ojo de Agua Stud in the Argentine for nearly 100000 100000It It will be seen that the breeders of Cuba are fortunate in securing the services of Top Hat whose offspring are most promising Mr Bowman who purposes spending many mouths of each year in Cuba in his conference with General Eiigenio San dies Agramuntc Secretary of Agriculture Labor aad Commerce offered the services of the horse to the breeders of the republic for a period of five years stipulating that only approved mares be accepted and that the horse should be stood where he would be available to fanciers throughout the republic There will lie no charge for his services Already s me of the best thoroughbred mares on the island have been accepted by the governments agent The horse arrived recently in Havana and for the present season will be quartered at Juinta los Mulinos the beautiful botanical garden at the head of Carlos Tercero TerceroPresident President Meiiocal has personally approved of Top Hat as the proper type of sire to improve the Cuban horse and has through General Agrainonte expressed his gratitude and that of the breeders of of the island to Mr Bowman for his generosity and thought fulness Australian Rat A Real Fisherman AUSTRALIAN RAT A REAL FISHERMAN Once while duck shooting on one of the many lagoons which are common in the Nelson province of New Zealand I saw a demonstration of the fact that some rats are real fishers One in particular was an accomplished angler his method although primitive was very ingenious 1 was concealed behind a log which jutted into the lagoon waiting my chance to get a shot at some ducks which were feeding in seme rather thick clumps of reeds about forty yards distant when my attention was drawn to the peculiar gymnastics of a black bush rat which was sitting on the extreme end of the log After seeing him throw a sprat upon tin log using his tail as a rod it suddenly dawned upon me that here was an angler making splendid use of the tackle at his command I had a close view of the grand little fisherman and his methods were truly ingenious lie would sit on the end of the log with nearly the whole length of his tail in the water his first case was unsuccessful he having thrown his fish clean over the log I then saw him place the end of his tail into his mouth which apparently he bit for immediately blood appeared It was palpable this was our fishermans bait and I can truthfully add he was using it to some purpose too for he had grassed or logged three fish inside of half a minute After landing his fish he would twist quickly around anil the silver midget was instantly devoured A slight movement of mine frightened the little fellow which scampered quickly off the log taking his natural tackle with him Jolly Tail in llobart Tas Mercury Big English Steeplechase Fields BIG ENGLISH STEEPLECHASE FIELDS took in the big bigjumping oo IHIBC iicm i IIIHMB part jumping races this spring springIn In the UOO National Hunt Steeplechase of one mile and five furlongs at Cheltenham March 10 there were twentynine starters anil Prudhomme a sixyearold gelding by Pain Prudence third choice at 10 to 1 and ridden by the crack amateur Mr C Brabazon won easily by six lengths from The Twister 17 to 1 and Lucy Glitters the favorite Ten horses fell in the race among them Mothers Gift which divided favoritism witli Lucy Glitters GlittersIn In the Grand National a few days later there were twenty four starters and hardly one of tin big races have less than twenty in their starting fields fieldsIn In the 1300 National Hunt Handicap Steeple ¬ chase three and a quarter miles at Cheltenham March 11 only sixteen horses started The gelding Gerald L 5 by Captivation Laveuna ridden by the professional F Dainty and second choice at 7 to lj won easily by four lengths from Mythical the stout to l favorite and General Saxhum SaxhumIn In the field were eight Grand National candidates none of which was placed in the big race They were Gerald L General Saxham Chmree The Turk II Culprit Childlike AVavebeam and Schoolmoncy Seven horses fell in Has race among them jlourOo one of the Irish hopes for the Grand National But the Irish scored in the big Liverpool race as their first choice Troytown Avon Page 3 Bowie Form Chart BOWIE FORM CHART BOWIE MD FRIDAY APRIL 9 1920 Prince George Park Eighth day Southern Maryland Ag cultural anil Hreeders Association Spring Meeting of 13 days Weather clear temperature 50 ° Steward to Represent Jockey Club E C Smith Stewards Francis Nelson and Carter Hall Judg Joseph A Murphy G T Miller and J II Anderson Starter Kdward Tribe Racing Secretary lose McLeunan Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 130 p ni AV indicates whip S spurs 15 blinkers Fl lires in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse a Weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance A ± f ± l7 A FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlonp April 2 1917 107 3 100 Purse 104285 3ye Tcvf VP 4 TC olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 1 fourth 4285 Index Horses AWtPPSt Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equir Odds St 4 J342 HUZZAS wn u 115 0 1 Ill 1 1 = J Rods ez R J McCormick S9V S9V4C870TRUE 4C870TRUE AS STEELws 0 112 2 2 3J 3 21 2 13 Haynes AV H Cooper 210 2104fi02 4fi02 EARXEST w 1 113 a 5 4 4l = 3 O Walls C I McDonald 4XK 10 48 K1HAH w 3 102 ni f r 4 C AVhitfn J M Zimmer fo 4 48 SKA MIME w lOl 77 71 u = 5 I Xoeller M Jordan 1343 4 AXXARELLE wr 102 4 t 2 4 = fi4 J Heupel F PoiiKhsman 7T 4 7I LANDSLIDE w 7 1V2 S S 8 7s 7 ° 713 S Sndman J A McKntoe 5S407 4 r 8 KXOS wsr f 107 1 4 2 S S S J H llnrkc S Poll 127V 127VTime Time 24 48i 102 100 Track fast 2 nilltnels paid Huzzas 10 straight 7H place 470 show True as Stoel l50 place Khow Earnest 370 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Huzzas SO to 100 straight 2SO to 100 place 13i to 100 show True as Ste 12 to 100 place C5 to 100 show Earnest to loo sliow sliowWinner Winner Ir g l y Plaudit Ivabel by Ogden trained by J P Mayberry bred by Mr Jolin E Ma den denWent Went to post at 232 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third dri ing HUCAS took the lead at the start set a fast pace in the early running under slight restraint a drew away when challenged in the stretch TIUK AS STEEL raced in near pursuit of the leader and he mi gamely in the final drive EARNEST saved ground on the turns and finished fast KIHAII was poor ridden SEA MIME had no mishaps ANNAHELIE closed a gap and tired tiredScratched Scratched 10444 Iama 105 45IUW Comacho 107 4i li S She Devil 102 SECOND RACE 78 Mile Nov 21 1916 126 4 110 Purse 104285 3yea olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 10 fourth 4285 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Vs 4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Eqmv Odds St t10 30VKRITY ws sJ10fl 4 106 6 3 HI 1 1s D Hopkins AV H Flzer Flzerwn U2S OOURCELLES wn I 111 1114fi 1 4 4 4 i i r 3 rii J AVHHams C Buxton BuxtonWR 4fi r 2sDECKHAXD WR 0 7 10S 4 a nj 6l 2l 2 = 3 J II rurke S Polk Polkwr 4 47MAUCEUY vi wr 7 10P 777 7 nj 3 4 J Xoeller J Arthur ArthurWR 1B 27MEDDL1XG MISS wr 0 103 2 I 2l 2 4 4 r J Ileupel I M Holmes Holmeswn 1 J75TARASCOX wn 4 111 I Ci Ti 7 fi fii F Hunt F 1 Kearns Kearnsw lBfl2fis lXA KAY w 8 10 r 2 1 I ri 7 7 C AVhittn C X Freeman Time 25 4S 115 129 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Verity 1330 straight 750 place jfjRO show Courcelles 1140 place fG20 shov Dcrkhaiid 700 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Verity 5i5 to 100 straight 275 to 100 place 140 to 100 show Corncello 170 to Id place 210 to 100 show Deckhand 2il to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch f bv Ivan the Terrible Veracious by St Leonards trained by II Randolph bred 1 Mr F I Knight KnightWent Went to post at 302 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third drii the last turn and racing into the lead we ing VERITY moved up on the outside of the leaders on going away COURCKLLES under slight restraint in the early running finished gamely under pnnisl inent and outstayed DECKHAND in the final drive The latter had a clear course all the way and ma it game effort on the stretch turn but tired in the tinal sixteenth MARGERY closed a gap and tire MEDDLIXO MISS ran well TARASCON ran a bad race and can do better betterOverweights Overweights Margery 3 pounds THIRD RACE 78 Mile Nov 21 1916 126 4 11C Purse 104285 3yea olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 10 fourth 4285 Index Horse AWtPPSt U Str Fin Jockeys Kquir Odds Str 4 47 = MARM1TE i sr 4 10 4 1 I3 I4 I3 1s 1 S Sndman J 11 Skinkcr S 1 1tlfifiiil tlfifiiil HOPE vi 1C a I f G 2 F Hunt S H Jones 7701 4031 = TIGER ROSE VB 4 lor 2 4 2i 2i 2 23 D Hopkins J Robertson 2001 16008 PARKISH vis a 111 2 4 3 41 4i J Xoeller 1 L Solomon 1S201 ICIiV MILD EURETTA vi 5 lOfi 6 t 51 V J H l irkc C F Place 12131 12131Ji38 Ji38 CHALLEXGE vs 4 107 1 5 i i 4 ul I F IJryson AV L Saunders 41W1 41W1Time Time 24 47 114 129 Track fast 2 mntuels paid Marmite 370 Mrnight Kl place 230 show Hope 70 place S300 shov Tiger Rose 250 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Marmite 85 to 100 straight 55 to 100 place 15 to 100 show Hope 185 100 place 50 to 100 show Tiger Rose 25 to 100 show showWinner Winner 15 f by Sweep Henpeck by Delhi trained by AV A Hurttschell bred by Mr Clifford Cochran CochranWent and slow AVon driving second and third tl Went to post at 340 At post 3 minutes Start good same MARMITE took the lead at once and kept it all the way but tired badly in the stretch and ju lasted long enough to win IIOPK outpaced in the early running lin hed fast and gamely under pnnisl inent and would have won in another stride TICER ROSE meed in nearest pursuit to the homestretc and tired in the tinal drive PARRISH ran well but also tired in the last eighth eighthScratched Scratched Uif52 Huron II Ill 4ti 33 Lady Ward 111 A frrr7 FOURTH RACE e 12 Furlongs NOV 29 1917 ii9i5 4 112 Purse 104286 104286TtOO TtOO 4 3yearolds and upward Selling Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 10 fourth 4285 AWtPPSt U 14 vi Str Fin Jockeys Kquir Odds Str 4 2A ink G AVallj J Kennedy Kennedylii 4 fi 5iJ ETTAHE v r 117 3 4 JGTUK RAGXAROK w 4 107 C 1 1 lii i 2 L Morris Suiinyland Stable 4 47MUMRO JUMBO 0109 3 Ji lii li J Zoeller II Bilson 4i33 POULTXEY W 4 117 4 5 4 = 2n 4 1i 1 AVilliams G AV McSweeney 777 iiJ J Heupel E Loll LollI1 4 ii473BETSY v 4 102 1 7 40T38 SYLAAXO v 4 112 2 I1 ai 5 G J Rodgez S A Cloptou 44488AMACKASSIX w 112 7 2 i l 7 S SnMniiin J E Griffith Time 24 473 1H l21 l21a a Track fast 2 mntuels paid Ettalie 7SO straight S4iO place 330 show Ragnarok IIHI place snow Mnmbo Jumbo S3 70 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Ettalie 290 to 100 straight 130 to 100 place 05 to 100 show Ragnarol 50 to 100 place 125 to 100 show Miimbo Jumbo 85 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner H g by Lovetic Indian I iss by Locohatchee trained by O F Johnson bred by Mrs L Livingston LivingstonAVent AVent to post at 41S At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third th same ETTA UK under slight restraint in the early running closed up with a rush when called on am wearing the leaders down won in the last two strides KAGXAROK set the early puce and was mile used in racing with MUM HO JUMHO but finished gamely MUM HO JUMPO rushed into the lead on th last turn but tired in the last eighth POULTXEY ran well for a half SYLAANO was hard riddei The winner entered for 1000 was bid up to 2200 and bought ii FIFTH RACE 1 Mile Nov 23 1916 141 0 114 Benning Purss Purse 154285 4yearolds and upward Allowances Net value to winner 104285 second 300 third S150 fourth 50 Index Horses AWtPPSt U Vt 54 Str Kiu Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Str KM 00 STAR REALM wn 4 10 1 11 li 1 I1 1 = Miller T Brennan 5CG07 FRAXK MOXROE w I 107 2 1 I3 4 L Jl orris L A Sere ni HG lt ltKir Kir 883MrAIX ROSE II vr 7 100 5 4i 2J J Rodgez Ji A Haymaker 1 ZU HiKOO QUEEX BLOXDE wn 5 103 fi 7 7 7 4l 4r J Xoeller C AV Gasser 00K a1 T5 T M R Polls 2G05H Houpel l l 52 AXTOIXETT13 wr 4 102 7 4 07 I1OXG KOXG wr 4 110 3 4 f1 1 GJ G AAalls Winous Point Stable 20751C 20751C4iii3sMOSE 4iii3sMOSE wit 107 4 2 2 2 2 G3 7 J II Burke K Doyle 515K 515KTime Time 2C 51 11G 144 Track fast mutnels paid Star Realm ll40 straight 120 place 400 show Frank Monroe 1070 place show Mountain Rose II 2i0 show showEquivalent Miu Equivalent booking odds Star Real i S70 to 100 straight 515 to 100 place 130 to 100 show Franl Mountain Rose II 30 to 100 show showWinner Monroe 435 to 100 place 120 to 100 sho Winner Ch e by Star Shoot Conli lental by Yankee trninoij y A F Dayton bred by Mr John K Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 452 At post 2 m intes Start good and low AVon easily second and third driv ¬ STAR REALM away forwardly r ed MOSE into early defeat ami ran out when entering the home ¬ ing stretch but responded gamely to hard riling and drew away again in the closing strides FRANK MOX ROSE II in the liinil drive The latte tin I outstayed MOlXTAIX ROE came fast from eighth post an was under restraint in the early riiiinin and saved ground on all the turns QUEEN 15IOXDE closed i strides ANTOINETTE was pocketed in tin homestretch MOSE qui big gap and tired in the closing SIXTH RACE 1 11C Miles Nov 25 1315 143 4 110 Purse 104285 3ycar olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 fourth 4285 Index Horses AAVtlP AWtPPSt X Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equlv Odds Str I O OSIOGART SIOGART w 11 no 1 r G G3 i 1 = I1 J Rod OK B EChapmiii EChapmiiiK 4 37 AUSTRAL wn ii a 110 2 2Iii38 X S K 7 51 2i R Denyse R Goodlow PI J H IJurUc H Twynian Iii38 P COXXELLY w a 10 7 2i 4 2 i LITTLE ED wr 4 100 1 4 4 1 4s F Hunt J Reatle 1lii0GREEX M1XT wslt 4 10 4 3 1 = 2 r4 J Xoeller AV E Veascy Veascy2i 1CUUMPSALL w G 110 3 3 21 L 2i i G r3 J AVilliams Dosoris Stable Stablea1 20010 W483CHALLEXGER wit G 5 4 a1 G3 7 7ls 713 1 Heupel L M Holmes 48010 4 223 K1LKEXXY wi G 105 S G 7 7 8 S 8 A Tryon C Polk 20T10iJ 20T10iJTime Time 25 51 117 145 152 Track fast 2 mutuols paid liogart StiOO straight 310 place 300 show Austral tii w v 1030 show showEquivalent Paul Equivalent Connelly booking odds Rogart 200 to 100 straight 05 to 100 place 50 to 100 show Austral 250 t 135 to 100 show Paul Connelly J15 to 100 show showAVinner 100 place trained by R E Chapman bred AVinner Rr g by liannockbiirn Helle AVard by Luke Itlackburn by Mr Went Hartley to post Schreiber SchreiberWent at 527 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ HOGART well ridden saved ground on the turns then took the lead when called on and held the race ing safe to the end AUSTRAL outpaced in the early running slipped through on the inside in the and outstayed PAUL CONNELLY in the final drive The latter displayed excellent speed and stretch setting a good pace to the stretch held on well under punishment LITTLE El had a rough race and ran well CREEN MINT tired after racing into the lead CUUMPSALL quit quitScratched Scratched Kil3J Luther 105 4ii72 ItolierXaItreena SJ SJOverweights Overweights treen Mint 3 pounds SEVENTH RACE 1 116 Miles Nov 25 1915 148 4 116 Purse 104285 1042853yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 700 second 200 third 100 fourth 4285 Index Ilorsen AWtPPSt Ji te 54 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt 1GG3GPILSEX G 111 1 2 24fiG31PRUXES 1 = I I1 1 1 C AVhitfn F Farrir 4fiG31PRUXES 5 107 5 5 4 Is 2 23 2i J Zoellcr T E Crist CristGill CAPITAL CITY w Gill 3 4 G G 53 4 = 3 L Morris M Smith 4 0038 JACK K 111 C 3 2 2 i I 3J 4 J H Burke L A Seregni 4 0051 LADY AVARD G 111 2 1 14GGROSEM 31 3J 4 a11 H AVakoff E Lutz IGGoS 4GGROSEM STALAVARTw 7 107 4 G a 3 G C G F Bryson D Iontour IontourTime Time SSa 51 117 145 152 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Pilsen tW straight 30 place 250 show Prunes 540 place S3 30 show Capital City 250 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Iilseu 130 to 100 straight 5 0 to 100 place 25 to 100 show Prunes 170 o 100 place 3 to 100 show Capital City 45 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch by Dnval Helen Miller by Jean licmnul trained by F Farrar bred by Mr 11 F Guthrie GuthrieWent Went to post at 001 At i ost 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing PILSEN set a good pace saved ground on the turns and held the race safe all the way PRUNES moved up rapidly while rounding the last turn but could never get to the leader CAPITAL CITY closed a gap in the last quarter JACK K quit after going well for threequarters LADY AVARD quit badly badlyScratched Scratched HJfi75Courcelles 107 4G03S Ix Pleuet 92 English Sires And Their Fees: Sixty-five Stallions of the Better Class Which Are in Action Today. ENGLISH SIRES AND THEIR FEE Sixtyfive Stallions of the Better Class Which Ai in Action Today TodaySixty Sixty five English sftes of the first three classt drew fees of from 250 to 2000 last year J against fiftyfive of the name rank in 191S 191SHorse Horse Age Pedigree Fei FeiGay Gay Crusader 0 by Itayardo Gay Laura Lauraby by Rcppo 20 20The The Tetrarch 9 by Roi Herodt Vnhren by byPnna Pnna Aistn 200 200Polymelns Polymelns IS by Cyllent Maid Marian by byHampton Hampton 150 150Pommerii Pommerii S by Polymelns Mary Agnes by bySt St Ililare 15 15Sunstar Sunstar 12 by Sundridgc Doris by Loved LovedOne One 15C 15CSwynfonl Swynfonl 13 by John oGaunt Canterbury CanterburyPilgrim Pilgrim by Tristan 15C 15CTracery Tracery 11 by Rock Sand Topiary by Ornie 13C Plack Jester Ji by Polymeliis Absurdity by byMelton Melton lOC lOCChaucer Chaucer 20 bv St Simon Canterbury Pil ¬ grim by Melton 100 100Hurrv Hurrv On 7 bv Marcovil Tout Suite by bySainfoin Sainfoin lOC lOCLemberg Lemberg 13 by Cyllene Galicia by Galopin 10 Phalaris 7 by Polymelns Rroniits by bySainfoin Sainfoin 100 100Sunder Sunder 13 by Snndridge Divorce Court by byCommon Common 100 100AAillonyx AAillonyx 13 bv AVilliam the Third Tribonyx Tribonyxby by Giilliniile 100 100Roi Roi Herode li by Le Samaritaiu Roxehine Roxehineby by AVar Dance 100 100Spearmint Spearmint 17 bv Carbine Maid of the Mint Mintby by Minting 75 75Cicero Cicero IS by Cyllene Gas by Ayrshire 75 75Trodcnnis Trodcnnis 22 by Kendal St Marguerite by 52 52Pachelors 1 lermit Pachelors Double 14 by Tredennis I idy idyPawu Pawu by Le Noir iiO iiOllridge llridge of Earn 14 by Cyllene Santa SantaIrigida Irigida by St Simon 50 50Corcyra Corcyra 5 by Polymelns Pearmain by Per ¬ 5 5Cylgnd simmon Cylgnd 11 by Cyllene Gadfly by Hampton 50 Greenback 13 bv St Frusquin Evergreen by byRend Rend Or 0 0Grosvenor Grosvenor 7 by Cicero Sceptre by Persim ¬ 51 51John mon John o Gaunt 111 by Isinglass La Flcche Flccheby 51 51Lomond Simon by St Lomond 11 by Desmond Lowland Aggie by byAlloway 0 0Long Alloway Long Set 13 by Rabelais Hallo Perdue by byReverend 50 50Lorenzo Reverend Lorenzo 11 by St Frusqiiiu Pie Powder by byMorglay Morglay Poor Poy 15 by Pcrtli Philue by Ciilliard SOi Suntui 13 by Queens llirthday Merry AVife AVifeby by Merry Hampton 50 oninLaw 0 by Dark Ronald Motherin MotherinLaw Law by Matehniiiker i iValens Valens 14 bv Laveno Aalenza by AVink AVinkfield 0 0White field White Eagle 15 by Gallinule Merry Gal Galby 30i 30ileppo by Galopin leppo 11 by Peppo Chore Heine by Flori Florizel 251 zel 11 Ambassador by Dark Ronald Excellenza Excellenzaby 25 25Hay Hrion by Haut Hay dOr 7 by Payardo Dame dOr by byliend liend Or 25 25Ieppo Ieppo 17 by Marco Pitti by St Frusquin 25 link 5 by Sunstar Winkipop by AVilliam AVilliamthe the Third 25 25ramble ramble Twig 7 by Chaucer jtramble Jelly Jellyby by Isinglass 25 25annobie annobie 7 by Polyinelus La Roche by St StSimon 25i 25iJaptivation Simon Japtivation IS by Cyllene Charm by St StSimon 25i 25iMurissimus Simon Murissimus 7 by Radium Quintessence by bySt St Frusquin 25 25irlsy irlsy Dale 10 by St Simon Ismay by byIsonomy 2 2iailiunenos Isonomy iailiunenos 10 by Orby Donnetta by Dono ¬ 25 25Jarlu van Jarlu Mor 1 by Desmond AVeepins Ash by byAshplant 25 25arinian Ashplant arinian 20 by Gallinule Hellinzona by byNecromancer 25 25eather Necromancer eather Red IS by Kavensbnry Ked of Roses Rosesby Rose 250 250riar by Dog riar Marcus S by Cicero Prim Xuu by byPersimmon Persimmon 250 250lolden lolden Sun 10 by Siindridge Golden Lassie Lassieby by Pioneer 25C 25Cvildare vildare II 13 by Le Samaritain Royal Re ¬ quest by Royal Hampton 250 250ung ung William 12 by AVilliam the Third Glasalt by Isinglass 25C 25CCwang Cwang Sn 7 by Cicero Galicia by Galopin 251 Cassovian 7 by AVilliam the Third Aenera Aeneration tion II by I iveno 250 250Ceil Ceil Gow 13 by Marco Chclandry by Gold ¬ 25C 25Cidium finch idium 17 by Hend Or Taia by Donovin 250 Rochester 13 by Rock Sand Caparison by bySt St Vista 25t 25tJussley Jussley S by Miuorit Merry Gal by ialopin 250 linion Square 115 bv St Simon Sweet Mar Marjorie Kendal 250 250tedfast jorie by tedfast 12 by Chaucer He Sure by bySurefoot 250 250tornoway Surefoot tornoway 0 by Desmond Sisterlike by byI 2r0 2r0Trout I idas Trout beck 17 by Uidas Rydal Mount by bySt St Serf 250 250nrbine nrbine 17 by Speeil Simplify by Arklow 251 Ister King 13 by Persimmon fully IJMSS IJMSSbv 250 250olta bv Isinglass olta S by Valens Agnes Aelasqitcz by byVelasquez 250 250he Velasquez he AVhito Knight 17 by Desmond Pella by byHijckshot 250 Hijckshot In the United States Ashland Oaks Nominees This Year: Cotton Blossom, Distinction, Miss Jemima and Other Stars of 1919 in the Entries. ASHLAND OAKS NOMINEES THIS YEAR Cotton Blossom Distinction Miss Jemima and Other Stars of 1919 in the Entries With its added money materially increased Lex ¬ ingtons timehonored race for threeyearold fillies the Ashland Oaks was awarded a line entry list and should furnish an attractive and interesting race when its time of decision arrives For reasons well understood filly races in the spring are uncertain of outcome but making due allowance public form as shown in twoyearold racing is reasonably well upheld On last years racing Cotton Hlossom Distinction Miss Jemima Cobwebs Truly Rural Lorraine Miss Minks Thelma I Hlue Jeans Star view Lady in Plack Kallipolis Mile Dazie and Homely appear to be the pick of the fiftythree en ¬ tered particulars of the possibilities of the race being covered in the following followingJ J H Raker Cos b f Shrubbery by Ren Urusli The AVelkiu AVelkiuE E R Hradleys ch f Husy Signal by Cnnard Sweet Alice AliceE E R Hradleys b f Heaming Reality by Sweep Hellisario HellisarioH H J Hrannons br f AVild Flower by Magneto Lampover LampoverH H J Hrannons br f Little Hlossom by Dick Finnell Carrie Jones JonesJ J X Camdens b f Lorraine by Hen Hrnsb Amy J JJohn John Churchills ch f Spring Vale by Free Lance MescalLucas Mescal Lucas H Combs b f Diana by McGee Fly ¬ catcher catcherMartin Martin Doyles b f Miss Nell by Dick Finnell Miss Thompson ThompsonFrakes Frakes AVilliams b f Maxola by McGec Poouy Doon DoonCallaher Callaher Pros ch f Dresden bv Rock Aiew Polly Prim PrimJ J M Goodcs b f Miss Minks by Jim Gaffney Effie Paton PatonJ J S Hawkins Cos b f Cotton Hlosson by Luke MiLuke Crovvnlet CrovvnletJ J S Hawkins k Cos ch f Refuse by Olambala Lady Navarre NavarreII II P Headleys ch g I uly Mountjoy by Uncle Ixidy Paramount ParamountH H P Headleys b f Eyes of Youth by Uncle Ave Marie MarieJ J T Irelands br f Clearing Up by Rochester Sea Mist MistMrs Mrs AV M Jeffords ch f Substitute by Stal ¬ wart Understudy UnderstudyMrs Mrs AV M Jeffords ch f Flying Flower by The Manager Ancient AncientMonfort Monfort Jones ch f Thelma E by Harrigan Lady Maxim MaximMonfort Monfort Jones br f Ethel Gray by Hessian Sweet Marjoram MarjoramFrank Frank J Kolleys b f Drumfire by Aulcain Delusion DelusionA A L Kirbys br f Hlne Jeans by Helmet Handello HandelloKnchclkamp Knchclkamp Howertons b f Sweet Liberty by Plaudit looking Glass GlassL L E Krafts Wayne Stable b f Pig Idea by Hlack Toney AVayward I iss issDan Dan Lilians ch f Easter Flower by Free Lance Rose Ring RingJ J II Limbirds b f Peggy C by Jim Gaffney Jefferson HousewifeJefferson Housewife Livingstons ch f Starview by Rock View Starcadia StarcadiaG G W Lofts b f Germa by The Manager lima limaThos Thos C McDowells b f Distinction by The lanager Alanarka AlanarkaE E IS McLeans b f Siren Maid by Sea Kins J MasqueradeJ Masquerade W Mays ch f Head Over Heels by Celt Jelle Fleur FleurH H Montgomerys br f Rib by Dick Finnell Did AVomnn AVomnnII II Neustetcrs br f Keep by Pataud Posses ¬ sion sionS S K Nichols b f Clintonvilfe by Transvaal Maid Militant MilitantW W S Paynes br f Mabel G by Marta Santa Miss Present PresentC C E Rowes br f Miss Jemima by Hlack Toney John AnilnJohn Aniln AV Schorrs b or br f Lady in Hlack by oots and Saddle Yankee Tree TreeD D AV Scotts ch f Arrow Point by Handsel ixis ixisD D AV Scotts ch f Lady Hritain by Great Hrit in Nordlack NordlackJ J H Shreves br f Kallipolis by Glorifier or lt Puritan Girl GirlGeorge George Starrs ch f My Hallot by Rnllot 1avolara 1avolaraLuther Luther Stivers ch f Eye AVinker by Eyebrow Miff Maid MaidAV AV A Thraves ch f Mile Dazie by Fair Play Toggery ToggeryAV AV V Thraves br f Miss Patty by Robert Kay Martha Lee LeeAV AV A Thraves br f Lady Sweep by Sweep inearwell inearwellTreney Treney AValkers br f Abbess by Huckhorn limit limitMrs Mrs C Tngeiihafts ch f Diamond Girl by loldnn Maxim Diamonds and Rubies RubiesW W M AVallaces br f Aenice by Marcovil amphyle amphyleL L AVaterburys ch f Homely by Sea Kng Old iquaw iquawM M L AVheelers b f Alula by Aoorhees Hre rierhafen rierhafenH H P AVhitneys b f Truly Rural by Proom lick Sylvan SylvanII II P Whitneys ch f Cobwebs by Itntomslick lorningside Schuttinger to Ride for M'Clelland SCHUTTINGERTO RIDE FOR MCLELLANl IIAARK DE GRACE Md April Andre Schnt linger and T Jarvis will do the riiljng a Havre de Grace and Pimlico for the stable of lame W McClelland Sclmftingcr who has not been ii the saddle since he was injured in an accident her last September in which Philip Musgrave lost lii life has completely recovered his health am strength lie is exercising horses daily Jarvi is an MOpound youth from Dallas Texas He jolnei the division of the McClelland stable that raced a New Orleans in the course of the winter and showii such unmistakable evidence of talent McClellam has been moved to predict that he will be a head liner before the season is over Jarvis McClellaiu and has some notioi says sits on a horse admirably of pace Rest of all he knows how to get a hors away from the barrier No matter what it IIKIJ cost McClelland is determined to push the educa ¬ tion of this boy in jockeyship This determinatioi means that Jarvis is to have many mounts this year no matter what races he may toss off through in ¬ experience At New Orleans Jarvis rode in a dozei races and finished in the money four or five times McClelland has confirmed the report that lit had bought the entire yearling output of the stn of Major August Helinont This means that the twoyearolds of 1921 which otherwise would havi borne the silks of the chairman of The Jockey Club will race under the jacket of McClelland and in the interest of Mr McClelland Edward F Simms and Henry Oliver There are tremendous possibil ¬ ities in this string of coming racers One of the most promising of the band is Good Time a bay son of Negofol Hour Class II hence a brother of Honrless the John R Melenu Memorial winner of 1917 Another My Play a bay sou of Fail jlav Mahubah is a brother of Man o AVar the juvenile hero of the season of and the pro ¬ spective favorite In the Preakness Stakes of 1U20 Prelude a daughter of Fair PlajvSt Priscilla is a sister of Stromboli and a halfsister of Piiscil lian The others are all well connected These yearlings will put in the summer at Edward F Simms Xnlapa Farm They will be broken and trained at Havre de Grace General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY Fair tonight and andSaturday Saturday not much change in temperature prob ¬ ably frost tonight General Forecast Fair wen I her will continue until Saturday night in this forecast district from the Missouri Aalley eastward across I ike Michigan and Illinois but conditions will bis unsettled in the northern Rocky Mountain region and adjoining sections The temperature changes will be slight slightDespite Despite protestations of railway officials that ho peak of the socalled outlaw strike of Chicago yardmen had been passed and that conditions in Chicago yards were improving information from all available sources indicated that mole men are out today than yesterday and that slight progress is being made by union officials in their attempts to bring the insurgents back into the brotherhood fold foldFollowing Following adoption by the Senate yesterday of n resolution by Senator McCormiek of Illinois pro ¬ viding for an immediate investigation of the switch ¬ mens strike in hitago and elsewhere Senator Cummins of the Senate committee on Interstate Commerce said that he would appoint a subcom ¬ mittee to conduct the investigation and endeavor to have the committee in Chicago ready to ope its hearings Monday morning morningElaborate Elaborate ceremonies will mark the formal openin of the Olympic games at Antwerp next August according to the plans of the Helgian Olympic com ¬ mittee The date for the inauguration has been sot for Saturday August 14 and the event will be followed by more than two weeks of continuous competition in which the leading athletes of close to thirty nations are expected to participate participateThe The breaking of the Illinois levee at a point a mile above the high bridge which spans the Missis ¬ sippi River at Musentine Iowa had flooded 7000 acres of ground at 10 oclock yesterday morning and the overflow of fully 40000 additional acres lying below the district first affected cannot bo averted avertedRefusing Refusing bond offered by counsel two of tho Irish pickets arrested Thursday for picketing tho Hritish embassy at Washington Misses Mary Gul vin of Philadelphia and Maura Qiilnn of Jamaica Plains Mass were committed to Jail after a pre ¬ liminary hearing before United States Commissioner Richardson Page 4 Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Saturday, April 10. Bowie Entries and Past Performances for Saturday April 10 WEATHER CLEAR TRACK FAST Racing starts at 230 p in Chicago time 130 Superior iniul ruiuer X Good mini runner Fair niittl runner M Multibus Apprentice Apprenticeallowance allowance allowanceFirst First Race 12 Mile MileCandidate Candidate Purse Purse2yearold 2yearold Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record April 3 11S ISri 2 112 H5S23 Attorney M 11 0f 110 721 7214S03 4S03 Alcatraz 1K5X720 45003 = Madeline Lillian 104 4Sfc 113x71 113x714I55S2 4I55S2 Tan Son 115 Wh 3ir71 3ir71407S 407S Peerage 110x710 45532 Panhandler 117 4S 115x70 115x704C04G 4C04G Northern Lady Mlll r2 107 707 707Second Second Race 6 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Maiming MaimingTrack Track record Nov 29 1917 119 1 112 li0 Ptngali 7 10S 725 725K5I572 K5I572 IohciVarreeni 3 t3X72 45552 Huron II 107 1 2V m 4 113X7ir 45551 Corsin 4113X71 tuci siic ii 11412 t in 710 710483iM3 483iM3 AVldo Jr M i 103 710 45411 Miss Sterling MK r 123 10S70 35173 Myslk Folly 15113 700 700400CS 400CS iAVhite Haven M 4 10S700 10S700vI vI It Skinker and W K Matthews entry entryThird Third Race 612 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Nov 29 1917 119 1 112 45074 Kinih 3 98x72 455 Kiiigling II 113 122 7113X720 45547 Kditli K 100 124T 3 JISX715 15847 Kefngee 114 1110 i 7 313i7ir 313i7ir4I5S7 4I5S7 tCeltiva KI371 liLS fUiddiedee M 3 98 70 4050 Pokev Jane 93 12SM 3 98 70 45573 Juanita lit 113x701 15073 Alex Get 109123 7 10S0700 fJ L Thompson and F Farrington entry Fourth Race 78 Mile MileArmy Army and Navy Purse Purseoyearolds oyearolds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record Nov 21 15110 1 5 417 Toiicanct 101 7 45 0l The Archer 10 x7 IKKil The Lamb KM57 KM574iiI04s 4iiI04s Tattle 105X7 45570 = Kinds Champion Ill 128 Ii 111 7 451571 Arrowhead 105X7 105X74I5C01 4I5C01 AVcary 101X7 45000 Allivan 101 l32 m 105X7 105X7Fifth Fifth Race 1 Mile MileHowie Howie Handicap yearolds and upward upwardTrack Track record Nov 23 1915 141 5 111 1114i52S 4i52S BULLET PROOF 3 10SX 10SX4iSii 4iSii Irish Kiss 107 141 llirx 1553 Manoevre loo l9 if 4 112 iliClSl Komeo 99 l3S lf 4 100 X 4155151 AVar Mask 123 l39f 4 112X 415151515 Tantalus HIS 1311 I 10IX 15528 Bondage 107 137 f 0 112X 112XSixth Sixth Race 1 116 Miles Claiming ir 14S I 4ii5733 Wand 107 14 8 73 i K K4I5I5SO 4I5I5SO Capital Citv KiS 147 f 5 1C lii 2 lalitisi 107 147 if 4I5IS373 Yorkist 107 l2h r II 4530 Alma P 97 145 = Hr3S lc Uleuet 95 1 fs 3 f f4i57 4i57 Kczinh KIS 1IS 7 1 45531 Mailowmot 107 l47Js Ci 11 11Seventh Seventh Race 1 14 Milas 4yeacolds and inward CIiiming Track record Nov 30 191 2104 I Wn23 IndoltMice Ill 205 9 K K45l37 45l37 Willdo 10920 15573 Alinino 108 207 f 415538 AVaterproof 114208 X K 115572 ISeii Hampson 4I5C72 Arbitrator 4J 3 Ned Miliyhright Bowie Jockey Percentages. 1JOAV1E JOCKEY PEKCEXTACIES Ir in Jiiiuiry 1 1 1J to April 7 IliO I iuiisive locliey loclieyNicklaus Nicklaus A Coltiletti V UVoxler It Iutwell 1 Dominic 1 VliittiiiKton C Coeller oeller 1 ritor K Williams J 109 14 liodrisues 1 S2 CS Stirling I 1577 45 345 Myers II 218 Morris I 124 ir Jlitnr F 143 15 Itell 1 90 10 Mount v 1 71 Metcalf 1 2 13 llaynes K 195 19 Uichcreek A 410 43 1arrinnton T 12 5 13 rurke 1 II 110 II MiTtifrpart J JAValls 101 10 AValls C Obert AV McCranu It Jockey JockeyMnrpliy Mnrpliy K Iauley i Hopkins 1 AVeiner lliUiiiaii K Kirseldiaiim C Hofrior T Corey J Knuidman S Hanover J Henpel J 1 try son F Judjre 1 Carswcll 1 Miller C McDerniotl It Koinanelli K Ponce C AVakoff II Jackson C Schwartz M Mason It ISojranowski AV Sims A Gilbert C First Race [1st Bowie] FIRST RACE 12 Mile Candidate Purse 2ycarolds Allowances April 5 1913 48 2 112 Index Course Dist TimeTckOdds AVt St Str Fin Jockeys Started Order of Finish ATTORNEY b c 2 M 110 110Trainer By Streyhon Haversack by Martinet Trainer M Smart Owner S Ross 4u5S2 Howie 12 504ifast 26 116 G G GALCATRAZ 5 3J A Sims Tan Son Victor A Tutt ALCATRAZ ch c z us usTrainer By Von Tromp 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Richcrk SisIlelene Ireland PirateMcGee 44721 Pimlico 1 142 fast G GKEZIAH 97 S G 8 7 6 533 F AVeiner 10 Toiicanct 1C Champion Ireland KEZIAH br m 7 7Trainer 90 By Ildrim Kerchief by Lissak Lissak5J Trainer C AV Gasser Owner C W Gasser 4Cfl73Bowie 1 116 l531 fast J W 477 7 5J li1 Bryson S Almino Tom Brooks AVand 4CG30 Bowie Im70y 154 mud 17 302 S S G G 41 25 J Judge 14 Aerity Say AVhen Arbitrator 46145 Jefson 34 l15 igood 13 107 14 14 14 14 lla RRomellil4 Buck Shot Bond Alf Vezlna 45941 Jefson 34119 hvy 15 112 10 10 9 7 3 AV Obert 11 Kirah Barley AVater Midia 45702 FGnds 34 l14good 20 10GJ11 11 11 11 11 H J BurkeR Guy LaiiKden Ina Kay 45578 FGnds 1 110 154 hvy 7 71 717 L Morris Lucius Mountain Rose IL Pit 45554 FGnds 34 l16hvy 4J 4 410 H EricKsnlli Pilsen IIuronlL GAVinston 45359 FGnds 1 116 158 hvy 8 2 2S H Erlcksn 1 S de Aerdun Bombast Toddler 453SS FGnds 1 116 l54mud 15 101 3 3 3 3 3l 31 H Erlcksn 7 Tanlae King Neptune Bombast Bombast13i 45153 Jefson 34 13fast 20 102 7 12 13 13i i4i s wida 14 SenJuincs MGarner MWrlghr MALLOAVMOT br g G GTrainer 109P 109 By Cederstrome Kitsilas by Kitimat Kitimat3J Trainer W M Ryan Owner P G Magni 4GG31 Bowie 1 116 l56imud 5 105 1112 3J TJ J Judge S Indolence TigerRose Cnunpsall CnunpsallI2 4C602 Bowie Im70y l53 fmud 70 ICG 2 1 1 1 I2 1 J Judge Kingling II Primes Crumpsall 4522S Jefson 1 116 l47ffast 10 107 1 1 1 1 11 2 J Judge 1 D Roberts Benefactor DDodge DDodgeS 45217 Jefson Im70y l4lfast 5 103 G 4 G S S Se AV Heinch S Th Nighter Ca ital City Mab Mabli 45183 Jef son Im70y l45 fast G 101 511 1 li T F CltileUHO Tit for Tat Philistine Parrish ParrishS1 43153 Jefson 34 l15fast 12 107 13 9 9 S1 711 S Boyle It Senlames MGarner MWright 41512 Richmd 34 l16fast 115 1 E Smith 5 Baccarat H Bound M Challin 11511C 43S19 HdeGe Im70yl10sfast 94 11C 12 11 12 11 9 9 = AV Taylor 1C Mancholia Plycol SLightlll Seventh Race [7th Bowie] SEVENTH RACE 1 14 Miles 4ycarolds and upward Claiming Nov 30 1915 210i 4 102 INDOLENCE b g 9 107 107Trainer By McGee Princess Orna by Ornament Trainer 0 E Pens Owner E Loh LohJCG72 JCG72 Bowie 1 116 lr2fast 4110 lit 3 4 4 44CG31 3 J J Heupel 7 Nhalius BIIniiison Stimental 4CG31 Bowie 1 13G lr 6fernud 13 nt 5 5 5 3 34wSS 21 I1 J lleupel S Tiger Bose Crumpsall Yorkist 4wSS Bowie 1116152 fast 9 111 S S S 7 74C375 6 G J Heupel 11 Dorcas Napthalius M Bose II 4C375 Jefson 1 11G 1 47ifast S30 315 4654 G G1 L Lyke a Mab Redstart Napthalius 46239 Jefson 1 116 l4SHfast 75 117 9 G G 4 4460SS 31 Il L Lyke AVaterproof JackK BUampson 460SS Jefson 1 316 201 fast 2 113 432 1 1 = 1 J Heupel U ii Bey Wilhlo Tanlac 46011 Jefson 1116149 good G 111 3 3 2 2 13 1 = J lleupel i El Bey Lady Ward Daudreary 46020 Jefson 1 116 l471Sfast S 112 S 7 7 5 lOMO10 J Heupel 11 Caballo Charming Mab Mab4i 45917 FGnds 1 116 l50 mud 20 307 S 6 5 5 4i 47 J Heupel 11 AVHBiickner aballo Ilandfull 45730 FGnds 34 114 fast 50 114 11 12 10 10 10Bi J Heupel 12 AAlexander LMaudie LStriug LStriugBy WILLDO br g 7 112 112Trainer By Waldo Froken by Halma Trainer E L Snydcr Owner H B Holmes 07 Bowie 1 14 2165Slow 215 110 21 T J Rodgez 7 Austral Yorkist Ilandfull 40601 Bowie 3m70y 154 mud 12 106 7 73 C AVhitton i Sentimental Bogart TomBrooks 4 i415 Jefson 3m70y l45fast S 317103010 G CJ A RichcrklO Brickley Yorkist Pas de Cliance JC292 Jefson 1136152 hvy 12 112 S S G G4G19S 61 G13 J Rodgez HCBasch GolDawn Iwiniwin 4G19S Jefson 1 336 203 good 32 111 5 7 S S460SS 3 32 H Myers a WHBkner Grumpy Wterprf 460SS Jefson 1316201 fast 5 113 9 91010 10 10 Gl 35 L Lyke li Indolence El Bey Tanlac 4G037 Jefson 10 113 3 S 6 21 11 1 Lyke 0 ChBarkley DBobertg Gmnnd 45970 Jefson 1 316 205 11 20 109 7 2 2 4 5 5i H J Burke 0 Grumpy Ornery Caballo 45794 FGnds 1 1S l53 ifast 15 111 S 6 S 9 9ALMINO 9J 92 L Lyke 11 Capital City Doily AVaterproof AVaterproofBy ALMINO b g 1 112 112Trainer By Dr Leggo Norinne by Brutus Trainer F Farrar Owner F Farrar Farrar4GG73 4GG73 Bowie 1 16 l iafast 10 112 S 8 S 4 44G23S 1 Il J Rodgez S TomBrooks Wand John Casey 4G23S 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4344 4344465SS 4 C T Pargton Sentimental Pogart TomBrooks 465SS Bowie 1116152 fast 92 30530 931 11 S1 ST J II Burkell Doreas Naptlins MounBosell 46571 Jefson 1 316 207 6fast 12 110 4335 6 63 AV HeinchlO L AVard Prynlimah AVaterproof 40331 Jefson 1 116 Itfl hvy 10 106 4443 44434i239 310 314 A Richcrk Redland Napthaliiis Iwiniwin 4i239 Jefson 1 116 l4Sfast 25 312 1345 1345461M 4l 433 J Judge Indolence AVaterproof Jack K 461M Jefson 1 31 C 203 good 20 106 245 S S 8s J Judge l V II Buckner Grumpy Willdo 46149 Jefson 1 116 l Sgood 15 112 4556 4556ARBITRATOR 6 S11 II J Burke 1 Courcelles Th Nighter Bengali BengaliBy ARBITRATOR b g C 107 107Trainer By Statesman Apprentice Girl by Buddha Trainer A H Vivell Owner M F Mount Mount1CC72 1CC72 Bowlf 1 11G Iri2ifist nS 7 I C f f4C0 f 7 Jackson 7 Nthnlius ILUmjisoii Inuolenee 4C0 Bowie ImTOy 151 nuul 17 115 G 3 4 t 3l 41 C Jackson 11 Verity Keziah Say AVhen 46602 Bowio Im70y l5 mud 32 311 li S 8 7 1 Sl C Jackson Mallowniot Kingling IL Prunes 46356 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