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WARMING UP AT SARATOGA Popular Summer Track Now the Scene of Much Activity Sir Barton Shows Himself Ready Readyto to Come Back to the Races Racesi Racesin i in Good Form f BY J L DEMPSEY DEMPSEYSARATOGA SARATOGA X Y July 9 Saratoga at present is undergoing the change from a convention rendez vous to a racing Mecca due to the constant ar ¬ rivals of racing followers and horsemen and the exodus of delegates to the Republican state con ¬ vention whose business was finished yesterday The Knight of Pythias convention concludes its ses ¬ sion tomorrow and this will release the leading lintel facilities necessary for the accommodation of the immense throng expected to be here for the opening day on Monday MondayThe The advance brigade of turfmen is not as numer ¬ ous as in the past two years and it might be duo to the fact that the Canadian tracks are in full swing this year However predictions by the wist net supposed to be fully in touch with conditions nre that this will be the banner season here and that the Saratoga Racing Association will be called on to entertain the biggest racing attendances in the local history of the sport This may all be true HO far as the general public is concerned but it is almost certain that there will be a falling off In the professional element that has contributed to the success of the racing here in the past four years yearsRacing Racing star thatliava perfprracd n cr ry track in tnls country will find a common meeting ground here and the sport should in every sense come up to the roseate advance notices The easternowned tracks however are conceded to be superior to the invaders and the richest plums will probably be Karnered by horses owned in this section of the country countryKcntuckians Kcntuckians usually counted on to give eastern owners a tussle for turf honors here are decidedly in the minority this year and with the exception of the stables brought here by E R liradley M J Lowenstein 1 S Ward 1 Keono and Ed Trotter will not figure to any noticeable degree Many of the Kentuckians preferred resting their strings or engaging in the Canadian racing while the meeting is in progress here hereThere There will be no shortage of horses but they are not as numerous as they were in past years The riding colony is also plentiful and in this respect Kentucky will hold its own for jockeys like L Lyke C Robinson Stack H Kennedy F Wilson and others who have been riding steadily at Lexington Louisville and Latonia will carry silks here and measure up to the full standard of their eastern rivals rivalsIDEAL IDEAL WEATHER PREVAILS PREVAILSPresent Present weather conditions are ideal and the main track was all activity this morning Fast trials were the order in numerous instances and the easterners were forced to take notice of J O Keenes Pagan Pun which covered fiveeighths un ¬ der the minute mark The outstanding trial of the day however was that of Sir Barton which turned a mile and a quarter in easy style in 0ii hard held The gallop showed that this sturdy J K L Ross mainstay is back in good racing fettle and must be regarded seriously for the opening day feature in which lie is intended to make his Saratoga debut Mad Hatter and Wildair were also opening handicap eligible that showed fine preliminaries this muming Wildair moved along faster than trainer Rowe desired and the rider had to be flashed a signal to slow down downArrivals Arrivals of horses were numerous during the day and included the big freight special of year ¬ lings from Kentucky intended for the sales next week They are miscellaneously owned and are reported to have shipped exceptionally well wellIlarrv Ilarrv 15 Laudellan who prior to ten years ago was an unusual visitor was among the ar ¬ rivals from Cincinnati and will remain for the meeting Others from Cincinnati included Joe ISrill and Henry Welnhoff WelnhoffGreen Green 15 Morris the dean of trainers in this country came this morning He has not misscc a season of racing here since the beginning of Saratoga racing according to his own statement 30000 FOE BEACH STABLE HORSES HORSESConsiderable Considerable speculation has been indulged in as to the price paid by former jockey Lloyd Gentry for the horses formerly nicd in the silks of J 15 Elwell From an authoritative source it is learned that Gentry paid the Elwell estate 30000 cash for forthe r Il wlli wllibe the string of r be sold off by bymore more will be campaigned by Gentry in ms own owncolors colors and interest Edward 15 McLean alid his family were arrivals for the season yesterday and are domiciled in the pretentious Piitman cottage It is the intention of Mr McLean to add extensively to his racing and breeding establishment The Porter the star of the stable is in good p condition and will make an early racing appearance appearanceSecretarv Secretarv A U McEarlocker opened his office this morning and began his preliminary duties Most of his extensive staff are still at Empire City engaged in shaping affairs to facilitate the open ¬ ing here hereA A considerable number of Chicago turf enthusiasts who are motoring to this section have willed a halt in their journey to be on hand for the opening day dayAs As a result of the democratic state convention to be held next week the hotel lx okiiigs are up to the greatest in the history of any racing period here After the convention there will be ample room for the regulars regularsThe The Flnrisant stable in charge of Ed Trotter consists of twentysix horses which aiv expected to give a good account of themselves while here hereCine Cine car of racers the property of 1 nines V Mc ¬ Clelland got in from Empire City tills morning The three carloads of yearlings brought here by Continued ou secoud page WARMING UP AT SARATOGA Continued from first page trainer Charles Hughes from Xalapa Farm Paris Ky were transferred to th Siiiims racing estab ¬ lishment today and their preliminary racing educa ¬ tion will begin at once onceThe The great Man o War is expected to arrive this afternoon and his quarters have already been pre ¬ pared paredThe The highpriced Inchcape is said to be suffer ¬ ing from a sever cise of skin disease that may affect his racing here hereWilliam William A Pinkcrtcn head of the organization who had charge of the policing at all The Jockey Club tracks has been here for nearly a week and will be here during the entire meeting meetingCharles Charles AV Clark whose horses will be cam ¬ paigned here for the first time is expected to ar ¬ rive tomorrow Trainer Barnes is due to arrive with the horses from Latonia Saturday The con ¬ signment will include the good twoyearold United Acrde M ml tlie threeyearold Yiptnhi Mac MacPaul Paul Jones Ibis Suburban winner woi Modern Handicapping Ways: Well-Known Mathematician And Racing Student Gives Suggestions And Some Rules To Guide---Notable Example Of Figures Fitting A Race N. 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Hand MODERN HANDICAPPING WAYS WELLKNOWN MATHEMATICIAN AND RACING STUDENT STUDENTGIVES GIVES SUGGESTIONS AND SOME RULES TO TOGUIDE GUIDE NOTABLE EXAMPLE OF OFFIGURES FIGURES FITTING A RACE By N S HAND Less than twenty years ago the general public looked upon backing a race horse as demoralizing and an extremely hazardous gambling business wherein the public had practically no chance of permanent success successToday Today through the development of handicapping this same public have been taught that racing spec ¬ ulation as a whole is conducted on far more legitimate and honorable methods than any other line of speculation and in addition has the advantages of open avenues of investigation concerning the records class and form of all horses in training which obviously gives the operator more reliable lines of calcu ¬ lation than can possibly be obtained in any commercial or general business businessThe The idea that racing is immoral is fast being dissolved by these and other truths and the fact that more persons attend the races today than ever before proves conclusively the masses are daily becoming more educated and appreciative of racing and racing methods and must prolit by so doing otherwise the average annual attendance would necessarily decrease decreaseHandicapping Handicapping is an expert business based on scientific and mathematical principles not judgment guesswork or opinion In order to be successful it requires diligent application careful study and a clear unbiased mind as well as long practical experience and a personal knowledge of the individual peculiari ¬ ties of men horses and tracks throughout the entire country countryTurf Turf sport in addition to being a most delightful healthful and pleasant amusement affords oppor ¬ tunity for profitable investment provided of course operations are based on good figures and systematic business principles The largest and most successful turf operators of today are men who depend and rely exclusively on such principles regardless of conflicting private information or tips and while it is practically impossible to win continuously the general results are invariably in favor of handicap figures The development in handicapping has laid bare the supposed secrets of racing and enabled the operator to accomplish that which was previously considered practically impossible without being on the socalled socalledGENERAL GENERAL HANDICAPPING RULES AND SUGGESTIONS SUGGESTIONSThe The most important items to consider in handicapping are class and disposition of the horse his ability to do what is asked of him carry the weight his like or dislike for the distance condition of the track behavior at the post and any peculiarity of nature or disposition that may be of sullicient impor ¬ tance to impede his progress or mar his chances of winning winningConsideration Consideration of the kind of race stake purse or selling size of the field jockey who rides and last but not least the ability of the owner trainer and jockey are important These conclusions can be reached by noting the general action of the horse in a block of races and by the general reputation of those who care for him As a rule however all estimates should be based on the supposition of universal honesty and freedom from prejudice prejudiceRemember Remember that horses are not machines but like men have their individual peculiarities of disposi ¬ tion and ups and downs of health At times horses become nervous and bad tempered under excessive racing or irregular treatment It therefore does not follow that because a horse is favorite lie is always the best or even figures to win the race for favorites as a rule are on the decline or going back and may have previously shown their best It is almost impossible to keep any horse however sturdy in winning condition for an indefinite period periodAlways Always favor horses that are coming on and have shown marked improvement In races not work ¬ outs as horses often work miles in 141 and get beat in 143 with less weight and a good jockey up Sometimes the reverse is also shown Many good race horses are bad work horses horsesThe The distance a horse is beaten is not always a reliable criterion for he may have been out of his class short eased at the finish or had bad racing luck such as interference or a bad start If no reason can be given for a bad defeat throw the race out outAllow Allow from live to ten pounds for winning easy and a like amount for beaten horses that were cased at the finish as the circumstances warrant warrantFigure Figure only on the best recent races taking those run at the same or nearest distances excepting those only that are thrown out outFor For every days travel and confinement of a horse in a car deduct live points from his handicap per ¬ centage when figuring his first start on a new track This race as a rule should be thrown out in futuru calculations calculationsUp Up to autumn young horses rarely run to form with aged ones unless they outclass them no matter how light the weight weightLong Long delays at the post are detrimental to heavyweighted nervous and young horses but are usually beneficial to rheumatic aged animals with a fancy for going a route routeIandagcs Iandagcs whether artificial or natural caused by firing serve to strengthen the joints and are of great benefit to semicripples and weakjointed animals animalsQuick Quick breakers bad actors and nervous horses are usually unreliable in longdistance races racesGood Good mud horses usually perform well on the turf or grass grassSulkers Sulkers bleeders cripples and jumping racers ars usually unreliable in fiat racing racingSlow Slow breakers and longstriding horses are usually best in long races especially when the pace is slow slowLongstriding Longstriding horses as a rule are not good on a sloppy track trackWarm Warm tips before a race indicate the present condition of the horse and an experienced observer can obtain much valuable information by noting the appearance and movements of the different horses in such warm ups upsUnskillful Unskillful boys often ride good races and experienced riders more often ride bad races but a good boy seldom wins on a bad horse horseVicious Vicious animals and cowards run best in blinkers blinkersHumane Humane and kind treatment will do more toward the development of a highclass horse than all the punishment and stimulants that can be administered Evidences of this fact are to be found almost daily in cases of changes in owners trainers or jockeys The term of racing usefulness of the average horse varies from five to eight years according to the care and treatment he receives Under proper handling he should be in his prime between the ages of four and six sixRheumatic Rheumatic horses do best in a dry or warm climate climateMares Mares and fillies arc best after the summer season seasonNever Never attempt to figure out probable dishonesty in a race There is as much or more honesty ou the turf as in the commercial lines linesTen Ten pounds of lead or dead weight are equivalent to fifteen pounds of live weight horses and jockeys being otherwise evenly matched matchedAccept Accept no tips in conflict with your figures no matter how reasonable the authority Owners and trainers opinions are usually biased All other tips are usually mercenary or worthless worthlessDo Do not let long odds prevent you from playing your selection but do not imagine your selection cannot lose and overplay yourself no matter what you may hear to strengthen your belief There is no sure thing in a race Even should your horse win he may be disqualified disqualifiedThe The greater the speed a horse makes the less the allowance for reduction in his weight thus if a horse attains his highest or near his highest speed with 1HO pounds up it does hot follow that with 100 pounds he will run a twentypound better racp In such cases the allowance for reduction in weight be ¬ comes pnutically n matter of judgment giving due consideration to tlio conditions ami circumstances class and disposition of the horses horsesGENERAL GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF HORSES HORSESA A really highclass horse is one that is intelligent reliable consistent game courageous gentle Continued on fifth page MODERN HANDICAPPING WATS Continued from first pace obedient mid at all times willing and able to go any reasonable route with weight up maintain a high rate of speed mid overcome all ordinary obstacles under adverse conditions The handicap horse is a shade inferior to the firstclass horse but with his general quality A selling plater is a horse having hut fair or little class inclined to bu erratic that canine relied upon only under favorable conditions and at certain distances The majority of all horses running cornel under this class I IA A bad horse and there are many such in daily action is one having no class lie rarely wins When he dogs he is lucky and benefited by some accident This even holds good when among his own kind Such horses beat one another regularly and are wholly unreliable and unsafe to support except in rare instances Even then they win only under the most favorable conditions It is best to leave them alone One of the most important features to be considered in all estimates is the changes of track and conditions This is the greatest stumbling block with which the average handicapper has to contend In proof of this you rarely if ever find two of them agree on anything but a fast track When a horse is a known mmUler allow his fast track figures to stand when otherwise deduct from five to fifteen pounds from his fast track figures using your own judgment as to such allowance In case of a tie on points play the better jockey If jockeys arc equal take longest odds at post time timeIn In case of overweight make deductions according to the table used though it must be remembered some horses are affected by weight less than others Hake only onehalf thcs deductions when applying them to good weight carriers ILLUSTRATION OF HANDICAP FIGURES FIGURESIn In order to sharply demonstrate the value of correctness of handicap figures the folio wing example is given It conies through the race for the Louisiana Derby run at New Orleans March 17 last TJ e starters were figured overnight Handicap Table No 1 being applied In the actual race six starters ran first second third fourth fifth and sixth as the table figures declared that they would Here is the table and chart of the race The truth of the illustration is for the reader to figure for himself himselfAMERICAN AMERICAN RACING MANUAL TABLE NO 1 CM I co CO T Tri ri r 300 47 S3X 100 106V iis 120 126H l33Ji 140 141 144 1483 1534 lWK 206 297 X 54 XXX H 127 Vt V yt yt 147 H 200 Vt Vtvt 294 Vt X Vt 107 H vt K v x x K y x x xK 291 f K X X X K VtM il42 145 H154 H 207 288 48 X 101 Vt 114 121 5i M 141 H VA H X K 285 X 55 X X H 282 Vt X Vt 108 Vt 279 X Vt X X a 135 143 145 y 165 H 208 276 49 X 102 Vt 115 122 H 142 M H J4 H 273 V 56 X M129 Vt V Vt Hl49 H 202 yt yty 270 Vt X Vt 109 Vt y x x y u H 267 X Vt X X VtlM AIM 147 H158 H 209 264 50 X 103 X 116 123 5 J4143 H H H H X 261 Y Y25S 57 X U 130 Vt Vt Vt 150 Vt 203 Vt VtytXytKXx 25S X Vt 110 yt ytXytKXx 255 Va nX X X Vt 137 145 148 Vt 157 H 2 10 252 51 il04 yiin 124 K HIM H H H X H 249 X 58 XXX 24131 Vt H Vt y151 yt204 V 246 X Vt 111 Vt V X K K A X X X X 243 H X X X X yz138 146 149 W158 Vt 2M 240 52 5105 H11B 125 X 145 X XX X XX 237 X 69 X Hi M132 Vt X Vt H152 H205 Vt 234 V X HiX K112 Vt Vt X X Vt X X XX XX 231 X H X X X X 139 X l 150 y159 Vt 212 228 53 106 Vt 119 126 X X 146 X X X X X X 225 X 100 X X X X 133 Vt X Vt Vt 153 H 206 H 222 V X Vt 113 yt X X Vt X X X XX X 219 X Vs X X X X ys140 Jil48 151 H200 H 213 GENERAL ESTIMATE One point for one pound two points for one length Irish Kiss The Winner: Sunnyland Stable Gelding Takes Kenilworth's Closing Feature.; Defeats Estero and Besthoff in Tight Finish--Fine Sport Witnessed by Immense Crowd. IRISH KISS THE WINNER Sunnyland Stable Gelding Takes Kenilworths Closing Feature Defeats Estero and Besthoff in Tight Finish Fine Sport Wit ¬ nessed by Immense Crowd WINDSOR Out July 29 Irish Kiss the five yearold Orpiment Soligena gelding carrying jockey L Morris in the colors of the Sunnyland Stable added 4 L0 more to the coffers of that establishment this afternoon winning the 5000 added Detroit City Handicap at a mile and a six ¬ teenth that featured the final days racing at Ken ilworth Park Estero and 15esthoff finished second and third thirdIrish Irish Kiss was outrun to the far turn where he moved up on the outside of the leaders and coming around them into the straightaway got up in the closing strides to win by a neck expertly hand ridden Estero which had followed closely the early pacemaking of Wynnewood in a contend ¬ ing position looked like a winner an eighth out but tired thereafter and barely lasted to save sec ¬ ond money from Itcsthoff The latter close tip throughout dropped back as if badly beaten in starting for the far turn but came again witli splendid courage under hard urging Irish Kiss was favorite in the betting Regalo the second choice was away a bit slowly from the extreme outside position and was outrun in the sprint for position at the far turn and being compelled to go wide the entire journey never assumed a contending position uThre7iteningclondswwhiclrLbegaii to gather over the course about post time in the initial race drove in immense crowd to cover before the fourtii race and again when the field for the handicap was parading to the post The rain was light and of short duration however and had no bearing on the result of the big race raceJockey Jockey Morris victory on Irish Kiss was his second of the day He was first home in the opening dash with Loch Leven which beat Nurse Jane u neck in a driving finish A fall marred the running of this race Capon going down when an eighth out Jockey S McGraw who had the mount on Capon escaped with a severe shaking up and was able to ride old Top o th Morning to victory in the fourth race raceGRAND GRAND FINISH IN CANADIANBRED RACE RACEThe The mile and seventy yards dash for Canadian bred threeyearolds and over furnished a redhot finish less than a half length separating the first three horses at the end Salvo after setting a fast early pace seemed to tire when an eighth out and appeared beaten when Itengali passed her However to the surprise and delight of her back ¬ ers he came again and finishing courageously under a splendid ride got up to win by a head Ladder of Light was right there at the finish and gaining with every stride stride15y 15y Jiminy again proved a disappointment finish ¬ ing unplaced in the third race in which he was well supported Runqoi was the winner having a head advantage over Jean Corey which was pressing the Seifert colt hard at the end endJack Jack Kearney of New Orleans leaves for Saratoga for the coming meeting meetingEdward Edward W Cole New York newspaper man who has been serving as one of the judges here leaves for Saratoga tonight tonightJoseph Joseph McLennan and Julius Reeder depart for Hamilton tonight tonightJockey Jockey F ISrysons apprentice allowance expired yesterday when he piloted Sweet I5ouMnct first to the wire in the second race Dick Williams is negotiating with S A Clopton for the purchase of his contract contractMiss Miss Mae Kelly has bought Glastoi from H S Koppin KoppinThe The shipment of horses from here to Hamilton will begin tonight Included in the first consign ¬ ment will be the stable of Mike Seifert SeifertG G II Robertson and George Phillips will go from here to Hamilton with their strings stringsWilliam William Newman W Mikel I E Chapman arid J L Coyle send their stables from here to Mon ¬ treal to participate in the meeting at Mount Royal RoyalJockey Jockey Arthur Collins was given a five days suspension by the stewards yesterday for interfer ¬ ing with My Rose while astride Old Chap winner of the first race New Orleans Racing To Prosper NEW ORLEANS RACING TO PROSPER WINDSOR Out July lilt Advices received here from n person closely in touch with the situation at New Orleans indicate that racing will prosper i there next winter Governor John M Parker is re ¬ ported to he still favorable to the conduct of rac ¬ ing on a high plane 15etting will be continued as in the past Purses at the Fair Grounds will be tin same as last Winter namely three 700 three 800 and one 1000 purse daily with the probability of three or four 5000 stakes spread over the winter program It is rumored that a raise in purses will be made at Jefferson Park No dates have beqn set yet but it is probable that the opening will bo staged at Jefferson Park on Thanksgiving day and at the Fair Grounds New Years day There is little chance of a second meeting being held at Jefferson Park in the spring since sentiment is strongly against racing in Lent Peter Pan Colt Tryster Overlooked PETER PAN COLTTRYSTER OVERLOOKED OVERLOOKEDIt It is apparent that James Rowe did not con ¬ sider Tryster the Peter Pan Tryst colt among the topnotchers in the II P Whitney stable at least sud must be surmised when glttncing over the Sarat ga stakt engagements of the Whitney youngsters Tryster is entered only in two Sara ¬ toga stak s the Troy and the Saratoga Special tht firsti itntioiud a selling stake Yet this same Peter Pai colt lias won four straight victories without t isting defeat Three of Ills successes were aclii ved in stake events the Juvenile Keeiie Keeiiei i Memorial and Youthful and his total winnings tg diite amounting to 10730 Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Dally Except Monday Balance of the Year DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO ILL 74 EXCHANGE STREET BUFFALO N Y Entered as secondclass matter April 2 1890 a the postoffice at Chicago Illinois under the Act o March 3 1879 NEW YORK CITY OFFICE 157159 East Thirtysecond Street StreetAll All dealers 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ORLEANS LA LAO O E Hill 10S St Charles Street StreetWorld World Xews Co r CHICAGO ILLINOIS JULY 30 1920 j CHARTS OF MONTHLY RACING I Ij j The Monthly Racing Form containing I charts of all races run on recognized tracks in North America during the month of July Sylll be on sale Monday noon August at Dally Racing Form office 441 Plymouth Court Chicago 111 Price 100 Single copies by mall must be sent is registered mail with an extra charge of ten cents for registration Not responsible for books sent as regular mall Empire City EMPIRE CITY The horses which seem best in Fridays races are Empire City Yonkcrs N Y July 29 1 Rustler Joaqnina AValk Up 2 AiRUM Tetloy Frank AAaters 3 Rubidium Jadda Penelope 4 St Allan Carmandale Leading Star 5 War Club Tnfter El 1rimo 0 Eternity Quicksand Thimble ThimbleF F J Ortell OrtellChicago Chicago Handicap 1 RUSTLER Joaquina Hope Princess George GeorgeBovee Bovee 2 Tetley Aurnm Tom Brooks Tnfter o ladda Ieneloiw Rubidium 4 AVar God Captain Hershlcr St Allan Turf 5 AVar Club El 1riino Tnfter Iorte Drapeau C Eternity Thimble Quicksand QuicksandXevc Xevc York Handicap 1 Rustler Hope Princess Joaqnina Marv Head 2 Bright Gold El Priino Tetley Auium 3 Rubidium Jadda Penelope 4 Leading Star Carmniidiilf Turf St Allan 5 El Trimo Tufter AVar Clnb Porte Drapeau ETERNITY Thimble Quick Sand SandItalTaloti ItalTaloti Handicap 1 RUSTLER Joaquina Hope Princess George GeorgeBovee Bovee 2 Tetley Aunim Tom Brooks Tufter 3 Jndda Penelope Rubidium Rubidiumj j Var God St Allan Captain Hershler Turf 5 AVar Club El Primo Tufter 5 Eternity Thimble Quicksand QuicksandOliKcrvcr OliKcrvcr Handicap 1 Rustler Joaqnina Hope Princess AAalk Up 2 Bright Gold Tetley Anrnni El Primo 3 Jiidda Rubidium Penelope 4 St Allan Carmandale The Boy AVar God 5 El Primo Porte Dnipeau Tnfter AVar Club J ETERNITY Thimble Quicksand QuicksandCoiiMciiKiiM CoiiMciiKiiM of Handicap 1 RUSTLER Joaquina Hope Princess George Georgeliovee liovee 2 Bright Gold Tetley Aurum El Priino 3 Jadda Rubidium Penelope 4 War God St Allan Leading Star Cannan Cannandala dala 5 Id Primo AVar Club Tnfter Porte Drapeau C Eternity Thimble Quicksand Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Mr and Mrs Hart Dernham will motor from Del troit to Saratoga They left AAindsor Thursday ThursdayJockey Jockey AA Ormes was suspended for the re mainder of the Reno meeting for rough riding in a race on July 24 Jockey AA Median had a soft thing of it at the Mt Sterling Ky meeting accepting twelve mounts and riding five winners finishing second four times and tliird three times without being unplaced once onceThe The Little Boy ringing incident which occurred at Connaught Park during the first meeting there still continues to hold some attention on the Cana ¬ dian circuit It is believed now that the horse which ran under the name of Little Boy is Kililee a thoroughbred sold by R T AAilson in New York YorkCommander Commander J K L Ross Uncle Xarco filly Tiarco is highly regarded by trainer H G Bedwell judging by the number of her stake engagements at Saratoga This promising Miss has been named for nine of the most important juvenile races at the Spa She has not been under colors as yet yetIf If P Whitney appears to have more than an equal chance of carrying off the majority of the twoyearold specials at Saratoga Certainly no other stable can boast a more pawcrfnl collection of youngsters than that which will curry the silks of Use master of Brookdale Stud Latest Work-Outs From The East LATEST WORKOUTS FRORI THE EAST NEW YORK X Y July 29 The following workouts took place at the Empire City track this morning AAeather clear track fast Throe Eighths Mile 353Belle Roberts 39 338Lady Lovitt 35 353111George 3111George Bovee 3SH 347Silelice 38 ft ftHoney Honey Cell 38ft 2fiOStephen 3C 3C353Hendrie 353Hendrie 30 = i 332AAhlrl 30 Jadda 30 353 v vHalf Half Mile 4 341Ncrthern Lady 353IrClia jAAells 575 352quieksand 49 = 343Hong Kong 55 553 Sea Sinner 53 53279Jaciues 279Jaciues 51 73 354St Allan 51 513S3Manoevre 3S3Manoevre 51 331ThimbIe 51 51Mackey Mackey B 49 FiveEigiiths Mile 329Cinderelia 107 sVsRancocas 103 103354Driimm6iid 354Driimm6iid 16775 353Staunch 103 103354Draftsnlau 354Draftsnlau l0t 52Ten Buttons 103 103348Genie 348Genie AV 10 340Victor S 110 110ThieeQuarters ThieeQuarters Mile Mile353AIgoa 353AIgoa 12275 353Mahdalay 122 122353Gaine 353Gaine Chick 118 353On AAateh 113 113352Jeweler 352Jeweler 115 352Recount 119 119353LovsLaneII 353LovsLaneII 123 353The Lamb 115 353Madam Byngl23 Byngl23SevenEighths SevenEighths Mile Mile34CTitle 34CTitle 130 130One One Mile Mile354GoldcrestBoy 354GoldcrestBoy 147 354Rafferty 144 354Minto II 144 353Tom Brooks 147 Large Crowd At Empire: Halu, Despised Outsider, Easily Takes Wakefield Handicap.; Talent Further Shocked When Natural Bridge and Cromwell Fail in White Stone Handicap. LARGE CROWD AT EMPIRE Haiti Despised Outsider Easily Takes Wakefield Handicap Talent Further Shocked When Natural flNatural Bridge and fl Cromwell Fail in White Stone Handibap XEW YORK N Y July 29 A large mid ¬ summer day crowd saw the races at Empire City track today which was featured by the AAakefield Handicap of 3500 for twoyearolds and the AVhite Stone Handicap an overnight race for three yearolds and over G AV Lofts Halu one of the long shots in the AVakefield won by a length from Ilnribus with Knohbie third Halu set a fast pace from the start opened up a good lead around the lower turn and had enough spied in reserve to withstand Ilnribus challenge at the end Ilnribus moved up steadily on the outside when clear but tired during the last sixteenth Moody the favor ¬ ite was the victim of some interference during the early racing which caused jockey Coltiletti to offer a protest of foul on the part of Rice who was astride Knobble The stewards after hearing the patrol judge and Rico dismissed the protest protestThe The talent received a shock in the AAMiite Stone Handicap when the first and second choices Natural Bridge and Cromwell failed to finish in the money The winner turned up in Ballet Dancer II well considered which set a fast pace after racing Tableau dHonnenr into defeat in the first quar ¬ ter and won handily from Under Fire by a length and a half The latter showed an improved race came with determination in the stretch drive and run as if he would prove dangerous in most any company in the future futureThe The first two races resulted in close finishes In the opening dash Youneed at comfortable odds got up in the closing strides to defeat the oddsoii choice Arnold by a head In the second race for maidens King Albert fought out the finish with Sweet Music the pacemaker The winner was coupled with Royalty as the Moiialinii entry and was stanchly supported Beaumarais a French horse which had never started was made the favorite on the report of his fast trials trialsJames James AVadsworth Sr chairman of the New YorK State Racing Commission was a visitor at Empire City tra k today todayJ J II McAvoy trainer for Thomas Monahan will ship the Monahan stable to Saratoga today todayS S A Mopton will whip Iantalette Moody and Quicksand the II 1 Whitney twoyearolds he is training to Saratoga Saturday He also will take along AVhite Socks and Rubidium two of his own horses horsesR R J AValden has purchased two English marcs from 5 A Cochran which he sent to his Golden Brook stud in Maryland to be mated to Transvaal TransvaalJ J AA McClelland left for Saratoga yesterday tak ¬ ing with him the major portion of his eastern string Trainer Kimball Patterson will depart witli the remainder of the stable next Sunday SundayJ J AV May leaves with his stable for Saratoga Saturday Max Hirsch trainer for G AV Loft has shipped most of the Loft horses to Saratoga He kept On Watch here to start in the Mount Aernon Handicap the feature of the closing days session at the hilltop track King Edward Park Form Chart KING EDWARD PARK FORM CHART CHARTMONTREAL MONTREAL Quebec Wednesday July 28 19SO Seeond day King Edward Jockey Clubs Sum ¬ mer Meeting of 7 ln Weather clear clearPresiding Presiding Judge Sheridan Clark Starter Edwan Tribe Racing Secretary Sheridan Clark ClarkRacing Racing starts it 300 p m Chicago time 200 49057 First Race About 58 Hile Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Allowances AllowancesNet Net value to winner 400 second 70 third 30 30KqutY KqutY Oddn OddnInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48820Btains Allj125 13 j Dominicjt irOlOC 488202Chantour 321 2 J P Ryan 105KN 18874 Galopin 112 iJ AV Dunkinson SCO1CC 18820 Mayante UO 4 = O Bulcroft 1GCO10C 48937 Player 107 f = E Haywiird S13KK 48874 Monu G llp fi Burger JOIOC 2 miitnels paid Britains Ally 500 straight 250 place S270 show Chaiitonr 270 place 25 show Galppin 510 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Britain Ally 150 lo 100 straight 25 to 110 place 35 to 100 show Chan tour 5ii to 101 place 25 to 100 show Galopin 55 to 100 show showTime Time 59 Track fajt fajtWinner Winner 15 A Jones ch g 5 by Bassetlaw My Honey by Yo elRey trained by I A Jones bred by Mr Harry Giddirigs GiddirigsWent Went to post at 308 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon ridden out second and third driving drivingScratched Scratched 48282 Flare 111 49058 SoconJ Eace About 58 Mile Purse 5CO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 400 second 70 third 30 30Equiv Equiv Odds Jnd Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48905 3R k Owen 115 1s K Moore 4880 = Dixie Flyer 103 i J P Ryan 475i7 Kernan 110 K Haywarcl IL00ICO 48980 II McCarty 108 41 K Atkinson 2000 100 48 8iMondaine 103 5 G Bulcroft 950100 2 mntnels paid Robert L Owen 310 straight 240 place 220 show Dixie Flyer 250 place 230 show Kernan 290 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Robert L Owens 55 to 100 straight 20 to 100 place 10 to 100 show Dixie Flyer 25 to 100 place 15 to 100 show Kernnn 45 to 100 show showTime Time 59 Track fast fastWinner Winner T Gargans ch g 5 by Blues Lemon Girl by Madstone trained by VY Gargan bred by Mr Benjamin A Jones JonesWent Went to post at j3t At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing ingScratched Scratched 1S7S7 King Worth 110 48752 Miss Wright 10S 10SOverweights Overweights Dixie Flyer o pounds 49059 Thir 1 Race About 58 Mile Purse 500 500v v 4yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingNet Net value tp winner 400 second 70 third 30 30Equir Equir Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48781 Barnona 311 I1 J Dominick 7 100 48780 Fairy Prince 107 22 13 Tlaywanl 500lCO 489G2 Roadmaster 113 3 = H Dennler 100100 48850 Miss Leqla 10 4i N Burser rSSlTO 48671 Allen Cain 113 5s C H Thomas 13CO100 48302 Ridgelancl 116 6 M Simmons 1560100 2 mntnels paid Ramona li50 straight Sii40 place S00 show Fairy Prince 0uO place 300 show Roadmastcr 270 show showEquivalent Equivalent looking odds Ramona 725 to 100 straight 220 to 100 place 50 to 110 show Fairy Prince 225 to 100 place 0 to 100 show Redstart 35 to 100 show showTime Time 106 Track fast Winner J Cannons b m 7 by Meeliek Wrangling Dncliess by Tangier trained by J Can ¬ non bred by Mr George L Blackford BlackfordWent Went to post at 4OS At post 1 liiinutc Start good and slow Won handily second and third driving drivingScratched Scratched 5SS70 Hosier n07 n07Overweights Overweights Fairy Prlnrc 2 pounds 4Q fifth Fourth Race About 34 Milo Purse ± I7UUU 500 syparolds and upward Claim in Net value to winner 403 second 70 third 20 Eqniv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48852 General 111 I3 E Hay ward 13V100 48851 Lobelia 113 2 = J Dominick 1701CO 48957 Assumption ill 3t3 J Connors ir100 49038 Mary Mallon 117 4J J Davis 2740100 48073 Kcnward 112 5 J P Ryan 18K100 2 mntnels paid General 470 straight 270 place 220 show Lobelia J150 place 220 show Assumption 220 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent booking oddSrGeneral 135 to 100 straight 35 to 100 place 10 to 100 sliow Lobelia 25 to 100 place 10 to 100 show Assumption 10 to 100 show showTime Time 116 Track fast fastWinner Winner W Frenchs b s 10 by Ort Wells Anna Loretta Daly by ISen Brush trained by W French bred by Mr F D Knight KnightWent Went lo post at 430 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv drivScratched Scratched 1897S Bronrt Line 103 Overweights Mary Mallon 5 pounds kHflfii Eft Race 1 116 Miles Purse 500 yiouua oycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 400 second 70 third 30 30Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48937 FandWmer 109J 1 H Garner 193100 49043 Truant 115 2J II Dennler 170100 48902 Steve 1CS 3 A Casey 4101CO 48907 Regent 115 4 C Martin 7700100 48902 MontUBiie 112 5J N Foden 4051CO 49043 AVPMgmy 1 3 6 K Atkinson 3SOO1CO 2 mntnels paid Fair and Warmer 500 straight 320 place 230 show Truant S320 place 250 show Steve 240 sliow sliowEquivalent Equivalent becking odds Fair and Warmer 19 to 100 straight CO to 100 place 15 to 100 show Truant GO to 100 place 25 to ICO show Steve 20 to 100 show showTime Time 154 Vi Track fast fastWinner Winner Williams Rorris ch f 4 by First Biglit Fair Annie by Hawkswick trained by J K VhatIey bred by Thorncliffe Stable StableWent Went to post at 508 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won easily second and third thirdScraTched ScraTched 1S785 Christie Heritors HO 4S912 Capitania 112 112Overweights Overweights Fair and Warmer 4 pounds Steve 3 rtnJRO Sixth Race About 58 Mile Purse OUU i 500 yearolds and upward Claim ng Net value to winner 400 second 70 third 30 30Equir Equir Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 89C2 Joes Sister 111 I W Taylor 383100 38310087SlDohC5rafton 87SlDohC5rafton 111 2 X Foden 10010 19037 BrooUcress 111 3J E Hayward 450100 l87813Gas Mask 107 411 E Moore 350100 18505 = Xcccsslty 111 5 II Garner 800100 2 mutuels paid Joes Sister 970 straight 5 ilace 270 show Donna Graf ton 310 place 230 ihow Krookcress 80 sliow sliowEipiivalent Eipiivalent booking odds Joes Sister 385 to 100 straight UO to 100 place 35 to 100 show Donna iraftoii 55 to 10 place 15 to 100 show ISrookcress 0 to 100 show showTime Time 100 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner P Delaneys ch in by Icep o Day lanoverine by Hanover trained by P Delaney DelaneyWent Went to post at 53C At post 1 minute Start w il and slow Won driving second and bird the ame I IScratched Scratched 18982 Guardsman 113 IQflfi Seventh Race About 34 Mile Purse 500 3yearolds and upward Claim rifr Net value to winner 400 second 70 third 130 130Equlr Equlr Odds Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48957 Pierrot 115 1 E Atkinson JMCO 8980 NCR 110 V A Casey 1133100 18787 July Fly 10S Si E Moore 5100 890 Early Sight 117 4 J DaVfs 400lCO 8957 L Eyes II II1 a E Hayward 1400100 897 3Qlivc James 103 C3 N Burger 1GOO1CO 8977 liomam 115 7 W Taylor 2500100 18939 Flying Frosl07 LeftJ Schlcssor 10W10 2 iniitncls jiaid 1lerrot 380 straight iOO iOOlace lace 310 show Xeg 900 jilace 530 show nly FJy 580 show showKiiuivaleut Kiiuivaleut buokinu odds Pierrot 00 to lUJ straight 50 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Xeg 350 to 100 place 105 to 100 show July Fly 10 to 100 show Time 1175 Track fast fastWinner Winner IS K Grahams b g ti by Galveston Phantatma by Ormonde or Golden Garter trained by 15 K Graham bred by Mr James B Haggin HagginWent Went to post at i03 At post 1 minute Start good for all but Flying Frog Won driving second and third the same sameScratched Scratched 48550 Tanice Logan 105 4fi958sVirse 10S 10SOverweights Overweights Early Sight 2 pounds Reno Form Chart REN0 FORlw CHART CHARTRENO RENO Nevada Fridayj July 16 1920 Eighth day IUno Jockey Clubs Summer Meeting of 19 days Weather clear Stewards L Wing L 0 Henderson and AA W Finn Starter Harry Morrissey Racing Secre ¬ tary AV AV Finn FinnRacing Racing starts at 230 p in in48Q1fi 48Q1fi First Kacc 5 12 Furlongs Oct 3 ± 00 ± V 191G 1OG 5 105 Purse 300 3 yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 210 second 60 third 30 30Equiv Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Flu Jockey Straight Straight487CSDuly 487CSDuly FashnlO I3 W Mclntyre ISOlOO 48910Dinah 107 2 C Thompson 800100 800100489122Good 489122Good EnoughlCn 3J J Glass 70100 48877 Sprtly Miss 107 41 C Eames 70GO100 48828 Ida Brown 102 5i Perry 33SO100 33SO1004887C 4887C Prospcro SonllS 62A J Mulcahy 1S401CO 48010 Lago Vista 110 7 E McGowan 21CO100 2 mutuels paid Duly Fashion 700 straight 300 place 220 show Dinah 540 place 2Ct show Good Enough S220 slio y yTime Time 24 48 101 108 Track fast fastAVinnerr AVinnerr L L Allens ch g 0 by Rey del Shasta Queen of Fashion by Maxnlc trained by 1 Kane bred by Mr L L Allen AllenWent Went to post at 225 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Lago Aista 3 pounds Prospero Son 4 48Q1 7 Second Race 38 TMile Oct 3 1917 Utyj 34 4 11G Purse 250 2year elds Maidens Net value to winner 175 sec ¬ ond 50 third 25 25Equiv Equiv Odda OddaInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jockey Straight Straight487G1 487G1 Sir John Jr lie I1 W Mclntyre 210 = 100 48882 Belle Flower 113 2 J Glass S40100 48882 3Brolaski 1JG 0J J Mulcahy fOW 48882 H K Asher 11G 4J II Slaughter t 48882 Dixie Mason 115 f t B Pinnegar 1COO100 48882 Two Eyes 113 C5 C Eames 250101 48882 Saint Pierre 110 7 R Carter 30CO100 30CO100tConpled tConpled in betting as I X AAiiliams entry 2 mutuels paid Sir John Jr 020 straight 420 place 320 show Itclle Flower 800 place 38 sliow I X AVillidms entry 2 SO show showTime Time 23s 36 Track fast Winner Pransoii Ripples ch c by Sir John Miss Sby by Illowaho trained by B Guest bred by Mr Ar T Branson BransonAAent AAent to post at 254 At post 1 niinute Start good and slow AVoa easily second and third driving drivingOverweights Overweights Dixie JIason 2 pounds 48Q1R Third Race 5 l2Furl3nes Oct 3 yODJo 1916 100 5 105 Purse 3 00 3 ycarolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 210 second 60 third 30 30EqulT EqulT Oddi OddiInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Stralglit 48883 Ben Payne 114 J Mulcahy 7120100 48878 2Move On 100 23 Perry j0100 j0100488833Chas 488833Chas CannelU14 3 J Glass 220100 48883 Rochester 117 43 B Pinnegar HOGOlOO 48884 Montana 110 55i A Zeigler 44GO100 48877 Okla Irish 112 G = i C Eames C7 I100 48883 Choir Master 114 7 C Thompson 950100 2 muiucls paid lien Payne 15040 straight 2800 place 9JO show Move On 320 place 240 show Clins Cannell 300 show showTime Time 24 48 101 l07is Track fast Winner T F Millericks b Si by Tim Payne Gottlieben by Rubicon trained by II Bell bred by Messrs Lawrence Comstock ComstockAACut AACut to post at 320 O f at once Start good and slov AVon driving second and third the same Overweights Montana 3 pounds 4 8 0 Q JJI7 1 Q Tcurth Race 34 Mile July 19 1910 112 3 111 Purse 200 3year olds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 210 second 60 ttiiril 30 Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Vt Fin Jockey Straight Straight48878lke 48878lke Mills 110 I1 W W Wright 220100 48878 Little Gink 110 2 E Taylor 270100 270100488853Mex 488853Mex 115 33 11 Carter 1100100 1100100C48887Minerl C48887Minerl Jim 115 4 J Mulcahy 230100 48887 O HmesteadllS 5s J Glass 130A100 130A1004757C 4757C Patsy Mack 115 G C Thompson 1200100 2 mutuels paid Ike Mills G40 straight 340 place 300 show Little Gink 340 place 300 show Mex 500 show showTime Time 24 48J 114 Track fast fastWinner Winner C L Dickcrsons b g 5 by Stem AVindcr Ida D by His Highness trained by C Dickcrson bred by Mr H H Trowbridge TrowbridgeAAent AAent to post at 342 Off at once Start good and slow AAon easily second and third driving 48Q9n Eifth Eacc 5S Mile Juno 26 1918 cu 4u 59 8 111 Purse 350 3year olds and upward Claimirij Net value to win ¬ ner 245 second 70 third 35 Equiv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48881 Sm Maggie 107 Is E Taylor 340100 48885 Muriels Petll2 23 E McGowan C20100 48881sCy Merrick 115 3 B Pinnegar 190100 i88812RingleacIer 114 43 W Ormes 550100 48884 Emily M 109 5t R Carter 900100 90010018884Emma 18884Emma Weller93 G Perry S30100 2 mutuels paid Smiling Majgie SSO straight 4 ifl place 280 show Muriels Pet 740 place 400 show Cv Merrick 2 show showTime Time 23 48 100 Track fast fastAAinner AAinner X W Hurkharts ch m 7 by Smile Margaret M by AAoolsthorpe trained by K AV liurkhart bred by Mr Clayton Morris MorrisAVent AVent to post at 423 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third ilriving ilrivingOverweights Overweights imily M 2 pounds Cy Merrick 1 59 S 111 Purso 400 Juvenilo handicap 2yearolds Net value to winner 280 second 80 third 40 40Equlv Equlv Odds OddsInd Ind Horse Wt Fin Jockey Straight 48882 VOld Squlrrell04 1 C Thompson C20100 479GG3Lctty Ree 100 2 = 1 AAT Mclntyre 4SO100 l796CKirkwood 112 3 = i J Glass 140100 140100C479 C479 C Ethel BrwnllO 4 Perry 270100 27010017098sRoy 17098sRoy Dewey 100 5 H Slaughter 1210100 2 mutuels paid Old Squirrel 1240 straight 8 20 place 20 show Letty Rce 500 place J2SO show Kirkwood 240 show showTime Time 24 48 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner F Morris ch c by Flying Squirrel Emily Buckler by Buckley trained by F Morris lired by Mr F Morris MorrisAVent AVent to post at 455 Off at once Start good ind slow AVon driving second and third the same sameOverweights Overweights Letty Itee 1 pound 1 R Q 9 9 Seventh Race 58 Mils June 26 1918 0t i 593 81n purso 250 3ycar 3ycarIds Ids and upward Claiming Net value to winner l75 seccnd 50 third 25 25Equiv Equiv pails pailsInd Ind Horse AAt Fin Jpckey Straight 48832 G Favorite 1H 1s E McGowan 70100 8912 Dpc KendaillOS 2 J Glass 260100 7978 Lazy Ben 114 3 C Thompson 1S20100 88843Little Jake 114 4S J Mulcahy 24010 7950 Valll V 112 56 R Carter 1020100 0317 Virginia cVOrlCo C AV Ormes 22W100 2 mntnels paid Grays Favorite 140 straight 300 place 2GO show Doctor Kendall 1220 ilace 540 show Lazy Ben 440 show showTime Time 23 48 101 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner 11 Shorts hr g 10 Bonnie Joe ilyra Blackburn hy Mordotte trained by E Sliurt ircd by Mr Henry Beatty BeattyAVent AVent to post at 5 0 At post 2 minutes Start ood and slow AVon easily second and third Iriviiig IriviiigOverweights Overweights Airginia dOr 3 pounds Page 3 Empire City Form Chart EMPIRE CITY FORM CHART YONKBUS V Y THURSDAY JULY 29 1920 Fourteenth iliy Euinlru City Racing Association Sumiuer Meeting of ll days Weather clear temperature 80 Stewqrd to Represent Jockey Club II 1C jKuann Judges E 0 Smith and C Cornehlseii Startpr Mars Cassldy Itacing Secretary Y E Schauiriburg Itacing smarts at 230 11 m Chicago time 130 p m AV indicates whip S spurs 15 blinkers Fig ¬ ures In parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weight carried Indicates apprentice allowance ICiAQA FIRST RACE About 34 Mile July 2S 1918 107 5 128 123790 Added TbJjVOfvF 3year61ds and upward Selling Net value to winner 100790 second 200 third 100 14 Str Fm Jockeys Owners 49000IYbUNEED WSB 4 111 5 3 348552ARNOLD 2J I1 1 1 C Ponce G Peterson Petersonli r 7 7 48552ARNOLD w G 131 4 1 14904sDIFFERENT li 2 2 21 A Johnsonlslip Stable Stable3l 71091035 4904sDIFFERENT EYESw 4 11G G 2 3l 35 3l 3 T Rice J D Millin MillinC 5 G 4J 4 0103POCATELLO wn 3 110 3 4 C 4i 4 i T ParirtonS Louis Louis5l 12 20 15 4 8924 3 LIBERT Y GIRL w 3 107i 2 5 5l 4i 53 53 N Barrett I AVela 30 30 30 48925CHARLIE SUMMY w 4 121 1 G 4 G G G J Zqeller Maryland Stable Time lilO Track fast AVinner R c by Ogden The Nurse by Yankee trained by G Peterson bred by Mr John E Mad ¬ den AVent to post at 233 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same YOtfNEED prominent from the start took the lead on the last turn held on gamely and out ¬ stayed ARNOLD Jit the vd ARNOLD set the pace fast under slight restraint in the early running but tired when called on for the filial effort DIFFERENT EYES raced forwardly from the start but ran wide ou the turns and lost ground P0CATELLO gained rapidly in the stretch LIBERTY GIRL had no misliaps CHARLIE SUMMY quit badly after going threeeighths threeeighthsScratched Scratched 1845U Ace of Aces 111 48801 AiceChairman 115 115Overweights Overweights Liberty Girl iJ4 pounds SECOND HACE l Milo July 19 191G 138 5 110 Fiirsb 123790 SyearoISs and upward Maidens and Winners of One Race Allowances Net value to winner 93790 ocond200 third 100 Index Horses AAVtPPSt 14 i Str Fin Jockeys 0 II G P 4892C KING ALBERT v 3 10S C 5 i 3J 3J48C523SAVEET 1 F CltilettiT Monahan 48C523SAVEET MUSIC wn 3 101 2 1 1U 1 = 2J L McAtee W R Coe BEAUMARAIS w 5 109 G 2 3 21 21480992ROYALLIEU 3 = 1 T Rowan J Livingston 480992ROYALLIEU wn 1 115 4 8 Gi 7 4l C Portl T Monahan 48945 FRANC TIREUR wn 3 111 S 7 7 C 5s A SchugrG E Half 15 15 S 2 1 1If 45722 SWIRL wn 3 IOC 7 4 41 5 C4 C Ponce J McDonald If 20 20 7 2 489471CADDIE wn 5 115 13 2 4l 71 J Zoeller F Williams 25 30 39 12 G GGO 49048 RUNECRAFT w 5 112 3 5 8 S S48C80 ° 8s S10 8s G Walls J J OToole GO 100 10010040 100 40 20 2048C80 48C80 CONVOY wsn 3 103 599 9 9 9 9 H King P Dunne 20 50 50 20 10 10tSent tSent out in entries as Paddv JCoupled in betting no separate place or show betting Time 24 48 114 140 Trrfck fast fastWinner Winner R c by King James Rosecrest by Goldcrest trained by J II McAvoy bred by Mr Henry T Qxiiard Went to post at 300 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow for all but CONVOY Won driving second and third the same KING ALBERT forced wide on the first turn saved ground on the other turns and gradually improving his position finishqd gamely under hard pressure mid outstayed SWEET MUSIC in the final drive The latter set a fast pace and raced into a big lead while rounding the last turn but tired when challenged BEAUMARAIS showed speed but tired after going threequarters ROYALLIEU moved up rapidly after turning out of the backstretch and was not persevered with in the homestretch homestretchScratched Scratched 18907 Cheriibino 111 48837 Winneconne DS DSOverweights Overweights Reaumarais 2 pounds Runccraft 5 THIRD RACE 5 12 Furlongs July 22 1918 105 2 119 Twelfth Running WAKEFIELD HANDICAP Guaranteed Value 3500 2yearolds Net value to winner 2770 second 450 third 200 Index Horses AWtPPSt 14 14 54 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II C P S 489G3 HALU WB 112 5 4 3 1J I1 I1 N Barrett W 1oft 7 12 12 3 1 148803PLURIBUS 48803PLURIBUS w 124 2 2 4 = i 23 2 = 21 A JohnsonT AV OBrien 951351151215 951351151215489C5IKNOBBIE 489C5IKNOBBIE w 117 41 2i 4 = 43 33 T Rice Quincy Stable 4J G 4i G5 25 254880GMOODY 4880GMOODY wn 115 1 3 1 3 3i 4 F CltilettiH P AVhitney G5 75111013 out 48905 DARK HORSE w 11G 3 5 5 5 5 5 A SchugrA H Morris 15 15 12 3 1 1Time Time 22 48 101 107 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner B c by King James Adelinette by Melton trained by M Ilirsch bred by Mr Henry T TAVent AVent to post at 340 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won handily second and third driving HALU set a fast pace from the start raced into a clear lead while rounding the last turn and gamely withstood a challenge from PLUR1RUS The latter moved up steadily on the outside and made a game effort but began tiring in the last sixteenth KNORRIE away forwardly met with in ¬ terference in the first quarter but recovered quickly and finished gamely MOODY on the inside in the early running was shuttled back on the turn out of the backstretch and could never improve his position afterward DARK HORSE was outrun all the way wayScratched Scratched 4S9G5TenLec 123 489G53Eternity 112 VVO FOURTH RACE 1 Mile July 19 1916 138 5 110 White Stone Handicap 4oUofO 143790 Added 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 145290 second = 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtlPSt 14 1 Ji Str Fin Jockeys Owners X Hi r S 48891 BAL DANCER Ilwn 4 93 1 Z 4 J 3 I1 I1 l1 S Whin J Fitssimmons G 8 4i 8545 49001 UNDER FIRE wn 4 104 2 G Gi 4 3l 2 2i II Kin r P Dunne 15 20 20 8 4 48099 TAILOR 1MAID wn 4 93 C 3 31 Si Cl 4 = 3J F CMtilettlG W Atkinson 12 15 15 C 3 3489GC3CROMWELL 489GC3CROMWELL w 4 1QG 7 4 2 IJ 21 3i 4i N Barrett C K TIpore 1353 3 1 12 48790 KAL1IPOLIS w 3 100 8 5 ru C = G2 f = 5 C Ponce J H Shreve 20 25 20 8 4 49001 NATilAL BRGE WB 4 115 3 7 7J 73 74 7 G3 C Fblher W R Coe 3295751214 4899 T DHONNEUR wn t 105 4 1 1J 2 4i G1 7s A Zoeller F Hutchings 12 12 12 4 2 48925 = ALBERT A wn 5 107 5 8 S S 8 8 8 A SchiisrR Cook 5 7 7 2i G5 G5Time Time 24 48 114 l40 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner R f by Sweep Rallet Girl by St Leonards trained by J Fitzsimmons bred by Mr P PWent Went to post at 4OG At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing BALLET DANCER II after bejng saved behind the leader in the early running rushed into the lead when entering the stretch jinil held UNDER FIRE safe at the end The latter moved up gamely In the homestretch but was tiriiiK in lip closing strides TAILOR MAID saved ground on the last turn and finished fust CROMWELL tired badly in the last quarter KALLIPOLIS met with repeated inter ¬ ference NATURAL BRIDGE ran poorly poorlyScratched Scratched 1SU25 Ralco 59 59Overweights Overweights Albert A 5 pounds FIFTH RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards July 20 1918 142 5 117 Purse i23791 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 93791 second 200 third 100 x Index Horses AWtPPSt M 14 StrFin Jockey O H G P S 489C3TAN H w u i03 4 2 3 3l 3 = 2i I1 C Ponce II Roseacher 7 S S 3 75 484Tn MOSE wit 5 110 8 3 23 2 1 I1 2s J Zqollor L Sperling 4 5 1G5G5 35 48904 BEN GOAV WB 5 10S 2 1 I1 li 23 3l 3 = A SchugrB Davis 5 G 4i 85 45 18947 THE WIT WB 3 100 7 G 4 = 4 4i 4 4 = F CltilettiT J Hertz 8 12 10 4 2 2f f 48957 VAIR MAN w 7 118 1 4 5 5 5s 53 51 A JohnsonB Matheney 1353 1154525 49011 BERLIN w G 115 C 5 GJ G1 G1 C G ° N Barrett R J Homer 344 75710 757104896JNORTIVN 4896JNORTIVN BELLEwn 3 i 2 5 S S 7 7i 73 7l L Coney AV C Daly r 0 100 GO 20 10 104K70EL 4K70EL PRIMO w 4 110 3 7 7i S 8 8 S T Jarvis G Peterson 20 25 25 10 5 5Time Time 24 40 113 140 144 Track fast fastAVinner AVinner Ch g by Rock Sand Tanya by Meddler trained by II Rpseacher bred by Mr Harry HarryPaylVeiittollppst PaylVeiittollppst at 431 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow for all but NORTHERN BELLE AVon oasil v second and third driving TAN II gradually improved his position in the early running and coming with a rush passed MOSE in the stretch and won going away MQSE after racing in close pursuit of the early leader took the lead in the homestretch but tired when TAN II challenged REN GOW showed the most speed for threequarters and had no mishaps THE WIT Iinished with a rush on the outside AIR MAN was never prominent prominentScratched Scratched 49045Aurum 115 4SOC4 Young Adam 110 48802 War Club 113 gff f SIXTH RACE 58 Mile July 25 1918 59 2 1180 Purse 128791 2yearblas 417 II cf O Maidens Claiming Net value to winner 93791 second 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtlPSt li 14 5iStrFin Jockeys O II G P S 48788 AVEDGWOOD w 112 3 2 2wit S AVitU J J Murphy 13585 45 49049 THORNIIEDGE wit 115 9 4 4w M Rowan T F Farley 12 5 2i 483G8 = THE COOK w 115 L G Gw N Barrett R Parr 95 71025 49015 CELIAA w 112 11 3 3w li I1 2i 4 T PargtonS Louis S 3 85 49015KATE FRALEY w 107 4 9 9wr S 7 Ci r H Kintr P Dunne 20 S 4 48923 LADY FRAPPE wr 112 7 1 1WB 2l 3 4 G A TolinsonForeign Stable 15 G 3 489083SALESMAN WB 115 2 7 7W 93 8 = 8 = 7 T Rice J E Davis 5 2 45 48793 MARY HEAD W 112 1 5 5wit 55 Gi 7 8 G AValls Pelican Stable G 2i C5 488 0 VICTOR A wit Hr S 11 11w 11 10 3 9 F CltilettiS A Clopton 25 10 5 48530 FRIAOLOUS w 115 G 10 10WB 10 11 11 10 C FbtherOneck Stable 20 8 4 489 8 FRIPPERY WB 112 10 S 7i It1 10 = 11 J Zoeller Palm Stable 20 12 G 48721 GLADYS vU 107 12 Left at the post T Jarvis M E Dwyer SO 20 10 Time 24A 49V4 102 Track fast Winner Ch f by Rallot Majolica by Watercress trained by J J Murphy ° rrWent to post at 01 At post minutes Start good and slow for all but GLADYS Won driving second and third the same WEDGWOOD a forward contender from the start came with a rush tlirouli the last eighth and wore the leaders down in the closing strides TI10RNIIEDGE raced CELIVA into defeat in the early running and took the lead but could not withstand the winners challenge THE COOK iii tight quarters in the early running finished gamely when clear but was badly jumped on behind and pulled up lame CELIVA set a good pace and tired tiredScratched Scratched 49012Toreador 115 49015 Lady Algy 112 4J015 Blue Relle 112 49002 Sir Mortemer Kenilworth Park Form Chart KENILWQRTH PARK FORM CHART WINDSOR ONT THURSDAY JULY 29 1920 Kenilworth Park Seventh and last day Kemlworth Park iRaciiig Association Summer Meeting of 7 days Weather clear temperature 75 ° SlHwinl Reiiresenting Canadian Racing Associations Francis Nelson Stewards of Meeting Diaries Price and Samuel Mcllride Judges P E Callen and E W Cole Starter James Milton Racing retary W R Norvell Racing starts at 245 p m Chicago time p mJ AV indicates wnip s spurs 11 nnnuers fig ¬ ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate date track record age of horse and weiclit carried Indicates apprentice allowance v4WVtf1 FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs July 30 1917 105 C 110 Purso 1200 4tjlP 7O 2yearolds Claiming Net value to winner 900 second 200 third 100 TIW Index Horses A AWtPPSt tPPbt U 14 Str Fin Jockeys Owners Equiv Odds Strt I LOCH LEVEN W 115 1 C R F Coppage 48969 NURSE JANE w 111 5 4 2 = li 1 2i J Gruber D E Stewart 49004 SEA COURT w 111 12 5 4i 5 33 3s J Heuj 5l M Seifert 004 ANETTES SISTER w 108 S 7 74890aGOLDEN 8i S1 Cl 41 L Gauge Kirkfield Stable 4 4890aGOLDEN AUTUMN WU 101 4 S W Heinch G F Knebelkamp WB 111 7 11 7 71 S3 r = R Simpson E Brown BrownAV 2290100 22901006151CO AV 111 11 1 G3 4 4 7 JButwell D Lojisjiv LojisjivWB 6151CO WB 102 8 12 102 10 J 83 G tono H Neuuteter Neuuteterw 1170100 w 115 i 10 12 H3 103 9 = AV Hiniihy AV Newman Newmanw J1360100 w 107 2 9 1 2l 51 103 C Dusgitil Nevada Stoi Stock Farm J1360100vt vt 48404 3H OF THE NORTH w 107 in a 11 = 12 11 11 C Millet B Beamolt 49010 CAPON WB 107 9 2 5 k Gi Fell S McGraw AV C AVeant 2SCO1UO 2SCO1UOtMutuel tMutuel field Time 24 48 iC95 Track fast 2 mufuels paid Loch Leven 0 straight 480 place 30 show Nurse Jane 1000 place 020 show Sea Court 410 show Equivalent booking odds Lpch Levcn 350 to 100 straight 140 to 100 place 80 to 100 show Nurse Jane 400 to 100 place 210 to 100 show Sea Court 105 to lOD show AVinner R f by Meelick Dona Hamilton by Donald A trained by O Johnson bred by Mr George LTlackford AVent to post at 230 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow AVon driving second and third life same LOCH LEVEN raced close up from the start and in a close finish outgaiued NURSE JANEtin the final drive The latter passed SHIFTY when entering the homestretch anil made a gauie finishubut tired in the last eighth SEA COURT ran well aha was going the best at the end GOLDEN AlJ tlMN was off badly and closed u big gap CAlON stumbled and fell at the head of the stretch SHIFTjY set the early pace but quit in the stretch stretchOverweights Overweights rGolden Autumn 2 pounds Annettes Sister 1 Dan Jackson 1 SECOND RACE 1 Mile and 70 Yards July 24 1917 143 6 132 Purse l30bs 3yearolds and upward Allowances Foaled in Canada Net value to winner 1000 second 200 third 100 Jfu Index H9rses AWtlPSt 14 V i Str Fin Jockeys Owhcrs Eqiiiv Odds Strt 48895 S SALVO w 4 118 4 2 1 li 21 1 O Willr G M Ilendrie 340100 48930 BENGALI w 7 115 5 1 2i 2S 2 I1 2n E Fator P G Maepi 700300 48742 LAD QF LIGHT w G J21 G 4 Ent 3i 3 3 = 3 = J Butwell G W Bearrfmore 420100 4201004UOOC 4UOOC ANTIPHON w 4 113 1 3 4 41 4 4i 4i P Kenndy II AVarrier 2055100 48131 ST PAUL wn 3 113 2 5 5i 5 5 5 R Romelli II Giddings 115Jft3 115Jft34889r 4889r 3AZRAEL w 4 118 7 G CJ C Gi Gs G = AV Prnrse T Murphy 48808 ALL SMOKE w C 1U 3 7 7 7 7 7 7 C Miller G Iryin 3060100 3060100Time Time 23 48 113 139 144 Track fast fv 2 mutuels paid Salvo 880 straight 4r0 place 310 show Rengali 020 place 350 show Ladder of Light 290 show Equivalent booking odds Salvo H10 to 100 straight 125 to ICO place 55 to 100 show Rengali 210 to 1M place 75 to 100 show Ladder of Light 45 to 100 show Winner R g by Charles Edwiird Shoo Fly by Meddler trained by J Walters bred by Mri Gebrge M Ilendrie AVent to iost at 307 At post 3 miifutos Start good and slow Won driving second arid third the same SALVO after setting a fast early pace seemtd to tire when an eighth out but cariie a aiii anfl Iinished gamely under vigorous riding J5ENGALI tired slightly in the rmpl drive hilt ran iin excefi f race LADDER OF LIGHT close up all the way came around the leaders on the Jast titfii and was gaining st the end ST PAUL was Vhullled back at the start and coiiltl never get iip afterwdrd THIRD RACE 5 12 Turlongs July CO 1917 10514 0 110 Turse V406 2yearolds Allowances Net value to winner 1100 second 200 tliird 100 Index Horses AWtPPSt 14 74 Str Fin Jockeys Eciuiv Odds Strt 49020 RUNQUOI w 115 3 4 2U ink li lat j Heupel M Seifert 49020 JEAN COREY wn 112 4 G 3 2i 23 2 L Morris A L Austin 49017 JUDGE BUDROAV wli 115 G 3 1 4 = 3 = Si II Ericksn M C Moore Moore7nt 48803 BY JIM1NY w 112 2 7 7nt c1 4nk 4i B Kenndy E F Whitney 49017 MADELE LILLIAN w 112 7 1 149004NAPOO 8 1 5 5 J Butwoll J B Dunn DunnGJ 49004NAPOO w 115 1 5 5SIKHIM GJ C G3 C = AV Jteinch R D Williams SIKHIM w 107 5 8 848G30 3 1 7 C Miller T Brpnnan 48G30 JOE AVHIPPLE w 107 S 2 AV P Johnson Time 23 48 101 l075 Track fast 2 mutiiels paid Itunqiioi 810 straight 440 ilace 330 siiow Jean Corey 1810 place 720 show Judge Rudrow 570 show Equiyalent booking odds Itiiiiqnni 305 to 100 straight 120 to 100 place 05 to 100 show Jean Corey 805 to 100 place 200 to 100 show Judge Rndrow 185 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch c by Ruhnymode Potiniuoi by Star Shoot trained by M Seifert bred by Mr Adolph B Spreckels j jAVent AVent to post at 342 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same RUNQUOI saving ground on all the turns tbbk the lead on the far turn anil held on gamely ih a long and punishing drive JEAN COREY showbig great improvement was a forward contender throughout and finished fast and gamely JUDGE JRlDHOW set a fast early pace and fired BY JIMINY and MADELINE LILLIAN were shutned back at fhe start and ran iniich below their true form SIKHIM showed speed Scratched 4S020 Frivol 112 4S949 Miss Rankin 104 48740 Petrarch 107 FOURTH RACE 34 Mile July 24 1917 Illi4 110 Turse 1600 3y6arbld iind upward Claiming1 Net valuer to winner 1200 second 250 tliird 150 Index JEIorses AWtlPSt Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 49008T 0 TH MNG WR S 117 12 3 f 21 I1 S McGraw AV C AVeant 2K 10 10490D8 490D8 KAMA w 7 110 2 1 1s IJ 1J 2 J Heup J Mclllmurray 450100 450100490083KUKLUX 490083KUKLUX w 5 115 3 3 f 4l 4s 3 AV Hinphy C AV Hall C lOO 49008 KING HEROD wn G 112 5 4 2J 2i 3 43 R Simpson J AV Bean 145100 48897 C LEYDECKER w 5 112 4 5 4J 5 55 J Butwell J Artlilir 620iOO 620iOOTune Tune 23 47 113 Track fast 2 mntnels paid Top o th Morning 780 straight 420 place 280 show Kama 520 place 290 show Kuklux 290 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Top o th Morning 290 to 100 straight 110 to 100 place 40 to 100 show Kama 1 10 to 100 place 45 to 100 show Kuklux 45 to 100 show AVinner Ch g by Peep oDay Lady Ralgowan by The Commoner trained by W C AVeant bred by Mr Charles D Clay ClayWent Went to post at 417 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won handily second and third driv ¬ ing TOP O TH MORNING if Wrbcing outrun fgr tliuflrst half mile inoved lip while rpuhding f lie last turn then came fast through the stretch aiid won going away iinder a mild sliakiilg iip vKAXEi set a fast pace to the stretch but tired in the last eighth KUKLUX wils outrun from tlieistarf but finished gamely KINO HEROD began slowly anil tired froin being rushed lip to the leaders tbo fast CHARLIE LEYDECKER was last away and did not iiiiproye his position FIFTH RACE 1 1 1C Miles July 31 1917 1445 5 110 Tirst Running DETROIT CITY HANDICAP 5000 Added Syearpias and upward Net Value tbwlntier 4620 second GOO third 300 fourth r150 Index Horses AWtlPSt 14 Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 48i 35 IRISH KISS w 5 124 4 4 1 5 4 5s Ink L Morris SUnnylana Stable 265100 26510048973SESTERO 48973SESTERO w 3 100 5 5 3i 2J 2 2l 2 R Romelli G M Hijndrie 515igp 515igp488983BESTHOFF 488983BESTHOFF w 3 105 3 2 2nk 4J Cut 41 3i B Kenndy R A Mppire 580100 49007 AVYNNEAVOOD AVII 4 100 7 G I3 1ilnt n 41 G Yeargin J T Strite itfiQfOO 48932 REGALO w 4 111 2 8 Gt 8 7s G1 Pt C Biiell J C Galialier 303100 30310048973MY 48973MY DEAR w 3 101 1 1 4i 3i 3i 3i G5 J Heupel F Musartte 1585100 1585100490072BREEZE 490072BREEZE WB G 103 G 3 51 G5 G 7 73 AV Heinch G H Abbott TSSlOO TSSlOO48D53 48D53 SMART MONEY w C 102 S 7 S 7 S S 8 E Barries G Holmes 1935180 1935180Time Time 23 48 113 139 146 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Irish Kiss 730 straight 420 jilace 310 slibw Esttro 500 place 390 show Resthbn 400 show Equivalent booking odds Irish Kiss 215 to 100 straight 110 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Estefo ISO to 100 place 95 to 100 show Resthoff 109 to 100 show showAVinner AVinner 11 g by Orpiment Scligena by Solimah trained by R A Smith bred In England by Major J S Cape CapeAVent AVent to post at 450 At post 1 minute Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same IRISH KISS met with interference while going to the first turn and gradually improved his position while working his way up on the outside then finished with a rush through the lastjsixteeuth and got up to win in the final strides ESTERO ran a fair race hut tired af tar Juicing WYNNEWOOD into defeat in the first seveneighths liESTIlOKF also ran well and outgariied AVYNNEWODp aVtUe end The latter set a fast pace to the stretch REGALO closed a big gaj Scratched 18932 Slippery Elm 112 48953zFern Handley 111 111Overweights Overweights Rreeze 1 pound SIXTH RACE 1 Milo aha 70 Yar s July 24 1917 143 6 132 iirse IjSdO 3yearords and iipward Allowances Net value to winner Op secorid 200 third 100 Index Horses AWtlPSt 14 Str Fin Jockeys Equiv Odds Strt 48952 PHILISTINE wit 7 110 2 1 li li I1 W 1i C Bueil M Kelly GSO100 49009 = GOURMAND wsu 4 102 4 4 4i 4t 4k 5i 2t B Kenndy J L Paul 195100 19510048432DIONE 48432DIONE wn 4 100 1 G 5 t 51 3l 2l 3 E Fator S Polk fKlOO 49009 BABY CAL w 7 110 y 2 9J S 5J 3i 4 S McGraw AAT C Weant 6W100 6W1004900GSG 4900GSG M 1IILLER wsu 13 113 3 7 7 i = 7 8 G4 5i J liutwell J Kennedy 736100 48934 DOTTAS BEST w 4 107 10 10 Si Gi G1 4l C5 E Barnes R L Nelson 4195100 48933 RETTA B w 4 105 7 5 G1 91 0s 9 7i AV AVright J C Ferriss 3340lQO 3340lQO488473ArERlTY 488473ArERlTY wn 4 IOC 5 3 2l 3 7 8l 8l G Mangan C Knight 7 48951 SHANDON wu 5 109 C 8 3i 2i 2i 7l Sr AV Hinphy J L Boyle 87 HW HW49005LADY 49005LADY KATHERN v G 108 S 0 10 10 JO 10 10 R Diiggan H Emerson 6333100 6333100Time Time 24 48 114 140 146 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Philistine 1500 straight 700 place 510 show Gourmand 380 place 320 show pione 510 show showEqiiiralcnt Eqiiiralcnt booking odds Philistine CSO to 100 straight 250 to 100 place 155 to 100 show Gour ¬ mand 90 to 100 place CO to 100 show Dione 155 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Samson Flower by Goldfinch trained by T F Rornman bred by Mr L R Garside AVent to post at 530 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv ¬ ing PHILISTINE set a fast pace and withstanding a challenge from GOURMAND won going Sway GOURMAND was outrun for the first half but made a fast llnisli DIONE ran well hut tired right lit the end RARY CAL closed a gap and finished close up G M MILLER iinished gamely AtKRlTY and SI1ANDON quit badly and both can do much better Scratched lS J75sTack K lid 4SSC5 Courtly Lass 100 48974 Rond 113 4S954 Le Ralafre 107 4SS07 James Foster 107 107Overweights Overweights Shandon 2 pounds SEVENTH RACE 1 18 Miles July 22 1920 153 8 100 Piirso 1500 3year olds and upward Allowances Net valuei to winner 1150 s6cond250third 100 Xquly Qdds Strt 49007 SUMMER SIGH wsu 4 100 G S 71 7i C C489r l t G Yearsin AV Walker 489r r2MARAUDER W t 5 110 799 G = f 2i E Fator Fator3J S Polk 49021 njUBMNG LOUDER 5 105 9 4 53 3 I I490222GLASTOI 3J J H Ut l J Mapterson 490222GLASTOI 5112 2 G 1 21 4 C Buell Buell5i II S Koppln 48955 KEEP 3105 4 5 41 4 4 448951SKEER 5i F Bryson II Neusteter 48951SKEER FACE w 7 1C9 S 3 2l I1 1 41 Gi S McGraw AV C AVeant 489 489r r T SH NOT PASS IM02 1 1 Si tf S S3 7 7l A Richcrk J A Parsons 49005 AVENONA1I WB 7 10 10lV 5 7 3i 5 7i 8 8 H Kenuay A Keith 1650100 165010048933AIRDRIE 48933AIRDRIE WB 3 101 3 2 G1 GI 9 i 9 3 9 H EricLsn G F Baker GtSOlOp GtSOlOpTime Time 24 49 114 140 l545 Track fast 2 mutuels paid Summer Sigh 20lt straight Sf0 place SU show Marauder 490 place 320 show Rubbling Louder 350 show Equivalent booking odds Suiiiiiier Sigh 45 to 100 straight 330 to 100 place 140 to 100 show Marauder 145 to 100 place CO to 100 show Rubbling Louder 75 to 100 show Winner Ch c by Ormondale Slimmer Night by Star Shoot trained by W Walker bred by Mr Addison Johnson JohnsonAVent AVent to post at 011 At post 1 minute Start good and slow AVon driving second and third the same SUMMER SIGH began slowly but closed a big sap and coming around the leaders in the stretch just got up fn time to win MARAUDER also came from the hsir and liiVislied fast and gamely ItUB RING LOUDER ran a good race lint tired slightly in the tinal drive GLAHTOI was cut offiou the last turn then came again but tirtd SICKER FACE raced into the lead on the backsti etch but quit J In the stretch Scratclied 18973 Mysterious Girl 100 49054 Garbage 114 4S901 Thanksgiving 105 105Overweights Overweights Airdrie 4 pounds v Page 4 Empire City Entries And Past Performances For Friday, July 30. EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES AND PAST PERFORMANCES FOR FRIDAY JULY 30 WEATHER CLEAX TBAOK FAST The figures under the beading Bee in the entries below show the best time of eacb horse at the distance since January 1 1918 no matter where it finished In cases where record waa made on other than a fast or food track j abbreviations show track conditions j Racing starts at 230 p m Chicago time 130 0 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance b Blinkers BlinkersFirst First Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongsyearolds yearolds Soiling Track record July 22 1918 103 2 110 Todays Inil llorso Wt Rec AWtHan 40049 tRUSTLER 110108 112 7 721 40040 JoaquiiiM 103 108 Ji 109 7 71 48023 Hope Princess 108X7 108X713 4 0C licorKc Hovce 100 110 102X7 102X74S734 102X710 4S734 tiding Star 108109 108X7 IOSX70j 40010 Walk Up 102 109 108 7 7400r 705 705101X700 400r Mary Heart M 104X7 104X7W 101X700 W II Fizen entry entrySecond Second Race 1 Mile and 70 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds anil upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record July 20 1018 142 5 117 1174S0072 4S0072 Tetloy 103 14 145 4 1077 10772r 40045 bAiirum 10 100 1426 5 114 7 720 48804 liTom Brooks 102 147MS 4 4107X71 107X7 48044 Tufter Ill 147 i 5 100X7 100X74SOli7 100X715 100X7154SOIi7 4SOli7 lAlma 15 9l 140 0 102X7 102X715 48773 bFnink Waters 00 l481f 5 107X7 107X715 490143 Bright Sold 90 140 3 08X7 08X710 08X7104SOII7 4SOII7 HOUR Kong 04 145 4 107X710 40094 Kl 1riino 4 107 710 7104S9I7 4S9I7 bKdith Baumann 95 140 7 102X710 49 4S = t Xelle Yorke M102 l3h 4 07 710 48894 bHeauty Sleep 10014014 4 102 703 Courting Colors Cliirnbiuo 18098 bJ ulge David M 109 147 4102X70 49045 Liola 3 93 700 48907 Millraee 105 145 5 102X700 102X7004S008tl 4S008tl Clnre Boothe M 91 148 4 07X700 fJI Konililoom entry entryThird Third Rave 1 Mile MileHillsdnlc Hillsdnlc Purse Purse3ycarolds 3ycarolds Allowances AllowancesTrack Track record July 10 1010 138 5 110 1104S043 4S043 Jadda 112 140 120 48904s bPenelope 85141 115X745 40001 Rubidium 103139 102X740 102X740Fourth Fourth Race About 34 Mile White Plains Highweight Handicap HandicapAll All Ages Track record July 22 1918 107 5 128 48940 War Sod 125 l12h 5 118X7rO 45520 Captain Hershler 3 107X743 107X74348999s 48999s bSt Allan 118109 3120X745 49010 Turf 108 109 5 114 745 49040 Carniandale 103 109 3 132X740 45440 bThe Hoy 110 110 4 110735 48830 Manoevro 107 111 4 1150730 48837 Cherry Creek JI 113 113 3 105 720 4S999 uLeading Star 115110 4 120 715 715Fifth Fifth Race 1 116 Miles Miles4yearolds 4yearolds and upward Selling SellingTrack Track record July 11 1014 144 0 121 1214SS02 4SS02 War Club 101 147 4 110X725 40004 El Primo 114147 4 105 720 48041 Tufter 09 14G 5 105X715 49013 bPorte Drapcau 112 147 5 100 705 705Sixth Sixth Race 5 12 Furlonjs Millbrook Purse Purse2vearolds 2vearolds Track record July 22 1018 Ii05 2 110 48005 Eternity 114 108 105 7 48023 = Tliimble 102 720 720Quicksand Quicksand b f by Whisk Broom II Sandria by Sandringham 100 Empire City Jockey Percentages. EMPIRE CITY JOCKEY PERCENTAGES From January 1 192O to July 23 192O Inclusive At or Over OverPO Jockey JockeyKumincr PO Wt Mts 1st Kumincr E 33 100 3 1 Kebgli V 30 110 10 3 Sande E 30 111 100 51 Ambrose E 29 103 140 Lyke L 24 111 302 Fator L 22 105 118 20 Carmody J 21 103 478 08 Coltiletti F 20 08 344 58 Rice T 18 109 141 f Rodriguez J JTurner 18 110 437 Turner C 18 107 174 32 Barrett N 17 107 104 IS Ituxtun M 10 107 141 22 22SO llowan T 10 108 SO 13 Kusor L 132 20 Wilson F 307 45 McAtee L v 134 20 Schnttinger A 15 107 100 10 Wida S 13 94 472 03 Robinson C 13 109 173 23 JCelsay W 13 10S 196 20 Moore E 12 102 8 1 Hopkins I 12 105 82 10 Pierce J 11 105 Ponce C 11 105 123 io McCabc J 11 107 28 3 Myers II 11 107 140 17 Zoeller J 11 103 300 32 Johnson A 11 10S 121 13 At or Over OverPO Jockey JockeyKing PO Wt Mts 1st King H 11 101 142 10 Fairbrother C 11 111 54 6 Corey G 10 103 104 10 Walls G 10 110 98 10 Miller C H 00 110 34 3 Hayncs E 08 112 104 8 Sncidmau S 08 107 01 5 Callaban H 08 90 13 1 Kirschbaum C 08 110 37 3 Parrington T 08 111 97 8 Mooney J 07 100 295 21 Weiner F 07 90 130 10 Rowan M 04 109 23 1 Jarvis T 03 95 39 1 Ball R 103 38 0 Borel C 110 8 0 Caldwell 0 100 Coney L 100 Evans A 92 Gordon C 112 Jackson C 108 Josiab E 100 Wakoff H 104 Lancaster R OS Lang W 107 Moran E 103 Peters 7 100 Reilly F 95 Ritchie J 100 First Race [1st Empire City] FIRST RACE 5 12 Furlongs 2yearolds Selling July 22 1918 105 45 2 119 119Index Index Course Dlst TimeTckOdd Wt St U StiuFln Jockeys Started Orderof Finltk RUSTLER ch c 2 112 By Transvaal Rusila by Puryear D DTrainer Trainer H Randolph Owner W H Fizer 49049 Empire 5 t 108 fast 1G5 110 6 41 I1 I1 A Johnson 8 Arnrta Joaquina Morning Face 48593 Aqduct 58 l02 fast 165 113 S 8 S10 S11 E Sande 11 Faunus PollyAnn MorningFace 48410 Aqduct 5S l01slow 3 110 11 5 3 = 33 J Peters 11 Morn Face HPrincess Mambi 8221 Jamaica 5S l0lgood 41 115 2 11 I1 1 = A Johnson 7 JimDaisy MarjM LadyLovitt JOAdUIHA br f 2 109 109Trainer By Garry Herrmann Joannlna by Voter Trainer S A Clopton Owner S A Clopton 4049 Empire 51 f 108 fast b 109 S S494S 3 4 31 3 = F Cltiletti S Rustler Arada Morning Face 494S Empire 51 f l09hvy S 116 4 44SS10 4 o 5 47 F Cltiletti 5 Arada Sacajawea Ballynew 4SS10 Empire 51 f lOSfast 135 100 7 74S734 1 1 I2 1J F Cltilettilu MorningFace Arada OmerK 4S734 Empire 51 f l07fast 1C5 105 3 2 2 2 = 2 = 1 F Cltiletti 8 Jim Paisy Rama Superwoman 48491 Aqduct 5S l00yjmud 7 112 8 4 71 713 F Cltiletti 9 PollyAnn HPncess CRmbler 48333 Aqduct 5S 59fast 45 101 2 2 ink 11 F Cltiletti 8 Polly Ann Kavanna Arada 48040 Jamaica 58 l01fast 10 113 11 11 11 11 II1 C Turner 11 CColours Sacajawea DSaving 47S03 Belmont 4Jf st 51fast 20 107 Left at the post H Hamtnll Jacobina Mvourneen Runatrix HOPE PRIKCESS b f 2 108 108Trainer By Bard of Hope Prinzessin by St George Trainer C Buxton Owner W Epperly 4S923 Empire 58 l01fast 75 111 4 2 21 421 M Buxton S Morning Face Thimble WalkUp WalkUpV 4S721 Aqduct 58 l01fast 1310 114 2 V 33 3 = 3 J Zoeller 0 Thimble AVise Dove Walk Up 48491 Aqduct 58 l00ysmud 135 107 1 15S 2 21 2J M Buxton 9 Polly Ann C Rambler MFace 48410 Aqduct 5S l01slow Jl5 104 3 2 22 2 B Kumnmll Morning Face Rustler Mambi 47508 Belmont 4Sf st 53fast 165 1071 2 4 4 31 31 M Buxion 8 Eye Opener Inglecrest Ramkin 47410 Jamaica 58 103 mud 25 109 2 12 I1 Il M Buxton 4 Segurola MaryErb DreraCrepe 46922 HdeGce 41 f 56mud 14 108 2 2 2 22 I1 J Williams 5 Eye Opener Inglecrest Peerage 46S66 HdeGce 41 f 53fa3t 20 1081 8 7 8 81 7 ° M Buxton 10 StarVoter BabyGrnd MLillian MLillian4GS16 4GS16 HdeGce 12 50slop 8 1081 2 1 1s I1 C Knmmer 9 Tige Hunters Point Victor A AGEORGE GEORGE BOVEE ch g 2 102 By Harrigan Minnolette by Mindora 43002 Empire 58 102 fast 8 100 1 1 1 H 3i C Ponce S RossR WalkUp PeggyRives 4S840 Empire 51 f l08fast 25 103 2 2 3 61 12l ° A Johnsonlo Joaquina Morning Face Arada 4S6S1 Aqduct 5S l00 fast 12 102 1 2 31 47 C Ponce 7 Uallynew Gen Average Rama 4S410 Aqduct 5S l01slow 10 110 5 7 6 711 J Sheleptsll MornFace HPrineess Rustler 4S250 Jamaica 5S l00 4fast 15 105 3 3 51 6 J C Ponce 11 Snare Slieba Omer K 4S094 Jamaica 5S l02fast 15 105 2 1 2 4 In C Ponce 8 MornFace MaryHead Segurola 47985 Belmont 5S st l00fast 15 107 2 2 31 5 C Ponce 6 Day Lilly Polythia Chow 47827 Belmont 5S st l02mud 4 110 2 2 1 I1 2 C Ponce 4 FadStar Rosecliff L Fantastic 47701 Belmont 4 f st 52fast 8 110 3 3 3 C Ponce 11 Tidings Day Lilly Hard Guess FADING STAR b f 2 108 By Sweep Flying Star by Star Shoot Trainer H Randolph Owner W H Fizer JS734 Empire 5J f l07fast 15 10S 8 S S G13 C Turner S Jim Daisy Joaquina Rama 47827 Belmont 5S st l02mud 45 112 4 4 4 4 1 = C Turner 4 G Bovce Rosecliff L Fantastic 47701 Belmont 41f st 52fast 12 107 10 8 S1 C1S D Hopkinsll Tidings Day Lilly Hard Guess 47533 Belmont 4lf st 53fast 41 llfi 7 7 5Z 551 L Fator 7 DreamCrepe WalkUp GBovee 47412 Jamaica 5S l02mud 6 106 5 4 3 21 11 C Turner 6 Am Maid MBKent Ballotcar Ballotcar4V288 4V288 Jamaica 5S l01fast 20 111 8 888 8 D Hopkins 8 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Fuller494I5 494I5 Kmpire Ab 34 111 livy 12 125 10 12 11 II1 83J C Robsonlii Ticklish Carmandale St Allan 466 0 Tijuana 1 116 147 fast C5 132 715 F Fuller 7 GUberts JakeSchas MistMark JC614 Tijuana 1 1S 204shvy 35 1S5 r ° D Connlly 1 Jack Reeves Jake Schas Breeze 46524 Tijuana 1 l40 ifast 35 133 I1 D Connlly 0 Mter Mark Freedom JakeSchas JakeSchas4G203 4G203 Tijuana 1 l4t slow 15 129 1 = D Connlly 7 Breeze Jack Reeves Yermak Yermak461S8 461S8 Tijuana 41 f OCslow 910 910126 126 la D Connlly 7 BUlie B Myrtle A JEllsworth CAPTAIN HERSHLER b c 3 107 107Trainer Trainer J H McDonald Owner W Tolmie 45520 FGnds 34 l15 imud 115 S7 1 1 6 6 6J1 F Cltiletti 8 WhoCares Discussion WarMask 45127 Jefson 1 IMOvsfast 85 1071 111 1 1 1s I4 M Buxton S Burgoyne Maize Peccant 44917 Jefson 5J f l07KOpd 41 113 1 1 1 Il is M Buxton 8 BreadMan LinBlack VPMaid 44635 Churchl 34 l144fcmiia 11 109 4 7 7 75 7s D Connlly 9 DrHickman Lorraine Starview 425R7 Saratoga 58 C8fast 3 115 7 4 3 3 33 A Schuer 0 Truly Rural Star Court Germa ST ALLAN b c 3 By Bridge of Allan St Aelwena by Chaucer Trainer J Hewitt Owner North Shore Stable 4S9U9 Empire Ab 34 l097afast 165 US 2 5 = 3J T Rowan 10 Daydue Slvestra Tbleau dHr 3S946 Empire Ab 3J 111 hvy 10 127 2 24S790 2l 31 C H Millerl Tlcklisli Carmandale Pickwick 4S790 Empire Ab 34 l10slow 12 111 1 14S735 2 1s 12 T Rice 8 OnWatch Edwina FortChurchill 4S735 Empire 1 l40fcfast 15 10S 3 3 3 331 C Ponce 4 Donuacona SMint GlorFrance 48710 Aqduct 1 138 fast 15 93 3 7 7 7S3 T Jarvis 7 Arethusa MadUatter IjGrtrnde 48596 Aqduct 1 l37fast 12 95 1 14S55C 2 2h 31 F Weiner 4 Gladiator Fair Gain RoyalDuck 4S55C Aqduct 1 SS fast 41 110 5 3 35 31 T Rowan G Dinua Care Feodor CaptAlcock 48465 Aqduct 1 l3Sfast 8 120 4 4 2s 3 i T Rowan r Fair Gain Dinna Care Feodor 48161 Jamaica 1 110 147 good 3 107 5 4 4 4 41 5 F Lux 5 Bayard Gallagher Alphee 47311 Pimlico 1 18 l51fast 48 114 8 9 8 5 8 S40 D Stirling 9 Man o War Upset Wildalr WildalrBy TURF ch c 5 114 114Trainer By Star Shoot 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1L Ticklish St Allan Pickwick 4SS28 Empire Ab 34 l09fast 12 105 3 34S790 1 11 21 F Wilson 8 IrishDreain Dof theV PRose 4S790 Empire Ab 34 l10slow 12 117 7 3 5 = C Turner 8 StAllan OnWatch Edwiua 31 lllfast 16 105 3 1 lit 4J F Wilson Linden Torice Ginger 4S582 Latonia 34 114 hvy 21 107 4 447S20 1 4 4 F Cltiletti 5 Angon Furbelow Linden 47S20 Latonia 34 l15mud 4 111 4 6 7s 711 J Howard 8 PWeidel SCombsLadyFairPlay 44867 Bowie 6i f 122 fast 1310 126 2 1 1 1s W J OBn 7 Kallipolis My Dear Gallagher 44798 Bowie 7S l28Vsfast 2710 126 5 1 52 6 1 L Ensor J KsChmpion SMald Rubidium 44723 Pimlico 34 lllfast 10 10G 8 6 7i 715 S Wida 10 Ophelia Valor Tippity Witchet 44690 Pimlico 34 l15slow 65 117 6 2 21 3 W J OBn 7 Dnriiasb Kinnnul His Choice 44484 Laurel 34 l12fast 145 118 2 1 1THE 1 1s 11 W J OBn 6 Cobwebs RTraveler RRRo e eBy THE BOY ch c 4 110 110Trainer By Celt Sand Dune by Rock Sand Trainer N Turner Owner N Turner 45440 FGnds 34 l17hvy 125 115 3 3 48 47 J Butwell i Converse Discussion Osgbod 45394 FGnds 34 117 hvy 4 116 1 2 2 Il Li Lyke 7 MiuMau Arwhead CLeydecker 45361 FGnds 34 119 hvy 8 114 2 2 31 ° 311 G Walls 4 Enmity JHare Jr Drummond 45280 FGnds 34 112 fast 21 120 2 3 51 6 J J Rodgez 7 MarMiller At Boy II Assume 45242 Jefson 34 l12Hfast 45 117 2 1 1s Hi J Rodgez 5 Assume WarGod WWHstings 45167 Jefson 51 f l05 fast 6 108 2 2 11 lll J Rodgez C Tacqlt Arnold Trollus 45062 Jefson 51 f l05fast 41 110 1 3 2 3 J Rodgez 5 Tacola Arnold Enmity 45028 Jefson 34 l13fast 5 105 3 2 21 in G W Carl 8 Iwin Maliony Tacola 45015 Jefson 34 l14good 8 112 3 1 I1 11 J RodBezlO WarGarden IraWilson Discusn DiscusnI 449C9 Jefson 34 114 fast 3 100 1 I 1s 1 F Cltiletti 5 Iwin BalletDancerll Franklin 44942 Jefson 12 104 4 5 4nk 4r 3 E AmbrsQ 8 Arnold Tacola The Boy 44835 Jefson El f l10hvy 6 3 31 4 1 J Breyer fi Enuilty Ultima Thule Tacola MANOEVRE ch it 4 By Sweeper Herodia by Adam Trainer W Livingston Owner S Louis 4 8 Empire 1 11C l47fast 15 110 a 5 6 64S772 4 71 711 T Pargtontl Recount Claquer Thrift 4S772 Empire Im70y l48Vsmud 1 110 3 2 2 2 2 22 T Pargton u Penelope Tetley Thrift 48415 Aqduct 1 l3SsloV 15 115 4 3 4 44K65 4 4J 5 ° T Rice 6 Kashmir Thbearer PasSwain 4K65 Aqduct 1 116 l46fast 12 108 6 8 S 5 G1 6 N Barrett 9 Claquer TomMcTnggart Tetley 48143 Jamaica Im70y l45 slow 12 111 9 4 2 2 2 23 E Sande 9 Title Asterisk Tapageur 47324 Jamaica 34 113 fast 45 110 5 7 6 5l 510 J McTagt 7 Sunnyland Assume Jack Mount 47139 Pimlico 34 l14fast 215 118 7 5 a 3l 32 C Kummer S St Quentin DiffEyes Youneed 47082 Pimlico 1 142 fast 9 120 5 3 3 4 51 6 1 W Kelsay 9 KTlirush Anversy Rubidium RubidiumBy CHERRY CREEK br or b c 3 105 By Leone Boney by Ban Long M Trainer A Wheeler Owner C E Perkins Perkins4S837 4S837 Empire Ab 34 111 fast 50 115 7 13 13 12 121 O CaldwelllG Universal Double Eye CarlineS LEADING STAR b c 4 By Sweep Star of Runny meado by Star Shoot Trainer J Fitzsimmons Owner J Fitzsimmons 4f9ti9 Empire Ab S4 l09fifast 2 115 5 54S1C6 9 9l 97i T Rice 10 Daydue Salveslra StAllan 4S1C6 Aqduct Cl f l18ifast 3 103 3 4 42 4 i J Mobney t Jadda Arnold ViceChairman 48363 Aqduct 61 f l18 fast 6 99 4 44S223 2 21 23 J Moqney 9 Constancy Ima Frank Super 4S223 Jamaica 34113 good 12 104 5 4 63 4J J Mooney 11 W Marvel Quietude DiffEyes 1071 Jamaica 34 113 fast 10 102 7 6 7l 523 J Mooney 11 WMarvel DifEyes PasSwain 47799 Belmont 34 st l09fast 31 113 7 5 61 5 T Rice 7 Lion dOr Pet Piper WMarvel 47617 Belmont 34 st Ill7sfast 12 110 3 4 3 3s T Rice 8 0 Rosebud PetPiper HastOn Fifth Race [5th Empire City] FIFTH RACE 1 116 Miles 4yearolds and upward Selling July 11 1914 1 44 35 6 121 121WAR WAR CLUB br c 4 110 By Javelin Torpenhow by Torpoint TorpointTrainer Trainer J G Wagnon Owner Pelican Stable 4SS02 Empire 1 116 14H fast 10 105 11 7 9 10 103 II4 J Zoeller 14 War Smoke Veto Ben Gow 48770 Empire 1116153 mud 135106 221 1 I8 I5 J Zoeller 4 PDrapeau Court Fool Wodan Wodan473S 473S Empire Im70y l47 fas t 50 us S 9 10 10 10 8 G Walls 10 War Suiokc Gath Sunny Hill Hill4S072 4S072 Jamaica 1 116 147 fast 20 103 9 10 10 8 8 8 J Zoeller 10 Kashmir Claquer PoorBtterfly 47325 Jamaica 1 116 l47 faFt 50 101 2 3 4 5 7 7 1 J Zoeller 7 Wyoming Crystal Ford Thrift Thrift4C968 4C968 HdeGce Im70yl44 fast 12 103 5 5 4 5 6 6 J Zoeller 6 Irish Kiss WPcnnant TDescrt 46236 Jefsdn Im70y l45fast 7 10S 3 5 4 4 7s 7 G Walls 8 Docod Dixie Carroll Fort Bliss 46144 Jnfson 34 l15good 85 115 9 31 Il G Walls 14 Sataua Repeater Bob Baker 45880 FGnds Im70y l45fast 7 103 3 1 1 1 I1 2li F Smith 8 Duke John SlrGrafton Yaphank EL PRIMO ch c 4 By Irish Exile Hcda by Ravelston Trainer G Peterson Owner G Peterson S809I Empire Im70y l41fast 25 110 7 7 S S S S = ° T Jarvis 8 Tan II Mose Ben Gow 18792 Empire 1 116 l50slow 10 112 9 6 4 4 r 4 = C Ponce 11 Siliola Oceaniia Great Gnll Gnll4S649 4S649 Aqrtuct 1 116 IMe fast 15 114 9 9 8 4 3 4 = J C Kummer 14 Air Man Favour Great Gull Gull4S437 4S437 Aoduct 1 116 l47ifast 20 107J 4 43 3 3 4 W Kelsay 12 Mosp Rogrcso Tenons Bon 4SO9 Jamaica 1 11C 147 fast SO 310 8 S 8 9 10 112 J Zoeller 11 Debadou Royallieii YoungAdaui Jelmr Ab 34 l17Mfist 11 107 22 E Haynrd 0 Redstart MyGracie Pliedoden 47542 Delmr Ab 34 l16 good 42 106 32 E Haywrd 5 Plicdodeh Circulate Sedan 47191 Tijuana 78 129 fast 9 117 Sl C Gross 9 GoodEnough PrDirect Emelda 47180 Tijuana Im70y l45fast 21 ill 4 C Gross G Sam Hill Reydo Miss Stathem 47153 Tijuana 1 l10 sfast 16 111 1 C Gross 8 Zetetic Maudie Marie Cbunell CbunellTUFTER TUFTER b fr 5 105 By Macdonald II Rose Pompon by Rock Sand Trainer F Byer Owner R L Bresler 18944 Empire Im70y l4S1shvy 15 109J 556 C 71 fiJ D Hopkins 8 Ftygibbet Ballybell Sea Queen 48252 Jamaica Im70y l45fast 115 111 G ti C C4S195 5 tl 5 E Huyncs 6 Major Domo Mose Dorcas Dorcas4S195 4S195 Jamaica 1 116 148 mud 7 113 3 5 5 5 51 T Rowin 7 Claquer War Smoke Chasseur 47884 Belmont 1 l40 l40sfast = sfas t 6 109 1 2 2 2 23 lu T Rowan S Yoiinied Auruin Favour 47645 Belmt 78 MC l2aVtust 12 112 7 S 9 8 75 714 T Rovan 9 Torchbearer Stepson Assume 47140 Pimlico 1 1in l49Vsfast 13 115 3 9 7 = 72 W Ridcnr 9 Dorcas King John Kilts II J0559 Havana 1 11G IMSVifast 2i 101 3 3 3 32 3J A Finlcy Mis Pattv Cromwell TIiPTrump 4P543 Havana 34 l13 good G 100 2 22 2J A Flney 6 Ima Frank Basil Surplice PORTE DRAPEAU b h 5 100 100Trainer By Sunstar Bright Cherry by Ayrshire Trainer F Dunne Owner P Dunne 59013 Empire 1 11G 147 fast 40 24 4 4 4IS G Corey 4 Lcatherfjice Recount Kashmir 4t 67 Empire 1 18 156 slow 20 10S 2 2 2 9 12 12 N Barrett 14 Air Man Tetley Regreso 4SS94 Empire 111614 i fast IS 10710 410 11 lll 12lfiL Coney 13 Tenons Bon GreatGull AirMan to Empire 1 11 l475ifast 7fjfast SO 101 4 2 3 S 92 9 5 H Kinsr 11 Recount Cliquer Thrift 4S770 Empire 1 110 153 mud 7 1021 112 2 2 23 H King 4 WarClub CourtFool Wodan SG4G Latonia 1 116 l4igood 4 112 1 1 1 1 2 2 A Collins 12 LazyLou Bombast GreyEagle 4S550 Katonia 1 11C l4335mud 15 112 1 4 5 5 fis 91 K Hayncs 10 WHPearce Slaghll GEagle 4 OC 3 Latonia 1 11G 147 fast 11 110 234 G Cnt s17 L Ijyke 8 Brad Choice HBgone Aander 47521 Churchl 1 116 148 fast 215 113 2 2 2 2 24G391 31 S14 L Lyke 12 Meluira BubblingLouder Byrne 4G391 Jcffon 1 l40fast 13 5 110 4 1 1 1 2 3 J J RodpezlO Gourmand PromteeMe Orenzo 4G146 Jefson 5S 101 good 13 1H 11 11 11 11 11 = 5 L Lyke 11 MarvinMay Trusty Marmite Sixth Race [6th Empire City] SIXTH EACE 5 12 Furlongs Millbrook Purse 2yearolds Allow ¬ ances July 22 1918 105 45 2 119 ETERNITY blk c 2 By Ballot Golden Francies by Gold Heels Trainer K Patterson Owner J W McClelland McClelland4S965 4S965 Empire Ab 34 l10 low 4 110 G 5 G y 31 C Fbther 7 TenLcc Kiiohbie Hnlu Hnlu48MO 48MO Empire Ab 34 111 fast 13 112 3 11 1 = 1 C Robson 7 Wapiti By Jove LEclair LEclair4SSOC 4SSOC Empire f l07fast 3 111 1 2 8 V 2 A Schugr 13 Moody BMcLaughlin Guvnor Guvnor4S530 4S530 Aiiduct 34 l13Vbfast 30 115 8 23 3i 3 A Schug r 10 Kirklevn Bluffer MagicSiience 48388 Aqduct 58 l01Vifast 30 lit 9 9 9 915 A Schugrll Dmesdalc BGeral Mhiavelli 47347 Jamaica fiS 101 fast 15 115 5 556 5l ° A Schugr 5 JGMGomez EstVlew Frizlet THIMBLE b f 2 102 By Hupn Sandspot by Rook Sand SandTrainers Trainers M J Murphy Owner F Flannery Flannery4S923 4S923 Empire 58 l01fast 112 fi C 4 I 2 = C Kbaum 8 MornFncc Walk Up HPiiwss HPiiwss4S721 4S721 Anduct H8 l01fast 125 102 3 2 1 int McAtee i WiseDove HPrincess Walkllp Walkllp4SC47 4SC47 Aqdtict 58 l02J4fast SO 109 S 7 y a J Callahanl3 Walk ITp Salesman Arada 8557 A iduct 58 lOHfnst 7 115 14 12 12 1214 J Callahanl5 Joan Marie Fluff Fright 48442 Aqduct 58 l00 fast 15 113 1C 13 13 13J J CallahanlO Tamarisk Fluff Rockland QUICKSAND b f 2 M 100 By Whisk Broom II Sandria by Sandringham Louisiana Derby Race At New Orleans. LOUISIANA DERBY RACE AT NEW ORLEANS FIFTH RACE 1 18 Miles Dec 15 1919 153 3 114 First Running LOUISIANA DERBY 45caO Added 3yearolds Net valu to winner 4975 second 700 third 300 fourth 150 Index Horses AWtPPSt V4 StrFin Jockeys Owners 4G018DAMASK WB 118 4 2 I1 1 I3 I3 I6 E AmbroseK P Whitney 72025 15 out 46720 BULLETPROOF WE 118 C 3 3 3l 2 ° 2 2 F CltilettiS A Clppton 6 8 8 3213 4G2702BREAD MAN w 118 1 C 5s 4l 4 3 32 O Willis O B Potts 10 10 10 85 35 46270 3ALLIVAN vll3 2 1 21 2i 3i 4l 41 J RodgezWinous Pt Sta 20 30 30 02 46216 KINGS CHAMPN VB 118 346 C 6 55 5 S Wida J MacManus 12 15 15 3 i 46310 ST GERMAIN vu 118 5 5 42 a5 5 J G 6 J Mooney K Bain 20 GO 30 6 2J 2JTime Time 24 48 l13 i l38fi 1513 new track record Track fast AVinner Br ir by All Gold Crinoline II by Broomstick trained by M Goldblatt bred by Mr Harry Payne Whitney Went to post at 403 At post minutes Start Rood and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing DA31ASK ran as if he outclassed the others and won eased up through the last sixteenth BUELET PROOF raced up with a rush after going a half mile but was easily held safe BUEAD MAN was invay poorly and bad to close an immense gap ALLIVAN tired and was away with an advantage ST GER MAIN and KINGS CHAMPION were away poorly and outclassed j X Scratched 4G270 General Glenn 118 Present and Future Race Meetings Present and Future Race Meetings u RENO JOCKEY CLUB Reno Nev July 9 to July 30 mutuels vi i i 19 days daysEMPIRE EMPIRE CITY RACING ASSOCIATION Yonkers N Y YJuly July 14 to July 31 oral l 16 days daysKING KING EDWARD PARK JOCKEYCLUB King Edward Park Montreal Que r rJuly July 26 to August 2 mutuels 7 days daysHAMILTON HAMILTON JOCKEY CLUB Hamilton Ont July 31 to August 7 x mutuels i 7 days daysVANCOUVER VANCOUVER JOCKEY CLUB Brighousc Park Vancouver BC V July 31 to August 7 mutuels 1 days daysSARATOGA SARATOGA RACING ASSOCIATION Saratoga Springs N Y August 2 to August 31 oral i 26 days daysLONDON LONDON JOCKEY CLUB Maisonneuve Park Montreal Que QueAugust August 6 to August 13 mutuels 7 days daysNIAGARA NIAGARA RACING ASSOCIATION Fort Erie Ont OntAugust August 11 to August 18 mutuels 7 days daysBACK BACK RIVER JOCKEY CLUB Mount Royal Park Montreal Que QueAugust August 14 to August 21 mutuels 7 days daysWINDSOR WINDSOR JOCKEY CLUB Windsor Ont August 21 to August 28 mutuels 7 days daysKEMPTON KEMPTON PARK BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Kempton Park Montreal Que QueAugust August 23 to August 30 mutuels 7 days daysVANCOUVER VANCOUVER JOCKEY CLUB Brighouse Park Vancouver B C CAugust August 26 to September 4 mutuels 7 days daysMONTREAL MONTREAL JOCKEY CLUB Blue Bonnets Montreal Que QueAugust August 31 to September 7 mutuels 7 days daysWESTERN WESTERN RACING ASSOCIATION Devonshire Park Windsor Ont September 1 to September 8 mutuels 7 days daysWESTCHESTER WESTCHESTER RACING ASSOCIATION Belmont Park Queens L I ISeptember September 2 to September 15 oral 12 days daysWEST WEST VIRGINIA STATE FAIR Wheeling W Va VaSeptember September 6 to September 11 mutuels 6 days daysDORVAL DORVAL JOCKEY CLUB Dorval Park Montreal Que QueSeptember September 8 to September 15 mutuels 7 days daysTHORNCLIFFE THORNCLIFFE PARK RACING AND BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Thprncliffe Park Toronto Ont OntSeptember September 11 to September 18 mutuels 7 days daysCONNAUGHT CONNAUGHT PARK JOCKEY CLUB Connaught Park Ottawa Ont OntSeptember September 16 to September 23 mutuels 7 days daysQUEENS QUEENS COUNTY JOCKEY CLUB Aqueduct L I ISeptember September 16 to September 30 oral 13 days daysKENTUCKY KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB Lexington Ky T TSeptember September 18 to September 25 mutuels 7 days daysONTARIO ONTARIO JOCKEY CLUB Woodbine Park Toronto Ont i 4 4September September 25 to October 2 mutuels 7 days Page 6 With Gulf Coast "Cajuns": Hunting and Fishing in Baratarian Swamps and Uncanny Pirogues.; Game in Plenty and Only to Be Reached in Boats Which Mere Trifles Upset. Hunting and Fishing in Barataria Swamps and Uncanny Pirogues Game in Plenty niiil Only to B iienclieii in Bonts YVlilch Mere Trifles Upset When my friend Tony La Font of Isle Caminadn wants a new boat to go after the French ducks an ilos gris back in the deep swamp of the floatin prairies where the foot of no man may tread anc no ordinary craft can navigate he takes his a and chops one out of a handy tree just as hi father did and his other hardy forbears reachin back to the days when the pirates of Jean La Fitfc hewed them the same indispensable pirogues witl which they stole up the cypress jungles of Bara taria to traffic in illicit goods with the merchant of the New Orleans of ISOH ISOHA A Cajun of the Louisiana Gulf coast without hi pirogue would feel as helpless as any commute would if tlie 720 local train was strikebound lit couldnt get off his isle to run his trapllnc or fol ¬ low a terrapin trail or sound out the run of the shrimp or paddle doyn tlie bayou to tlie trade store or to his neighbors for gossip or any other of the practical affairs of living Within twentyoighl hours travel from Chicago there are shy clannisli families who live under palm thatches and whc depend in large part not only for locomotion but also livelihood upon a water craft not only the most ancient but one of the prettiest and most practical in the world a hollow tree trunk unsinkable un ¬ breakable in any ordinary usage light enough to be swung on a trappers back and dragged where solid footing is to be had and shallow enough to skim over the bottomless mire of the tidal flats and eternallyflooded forests of Baratnria BaratnriaTony Tony doesnt consult a soul when he wants a new duck boat he sharpens up his ax and selects his cypress log and sometimes if lie doesnt find one of the right seasoning and grain in his native forest he will disappear northward for a few days and then one of the towsteamboats that fetch the rafts across Lake Salvador to the mills along the Mis ¬ sissippi will 10 short a nice stick of timber And Tony will reappear innocently again down on his south coast island wjth his pirogue log neatly wedged in halves reaily for his skillful shaping In three days no lumberman would ever recognize that Xypress length in the two beautifully molded thinly carved canoes which lie on the shell beach before Tonys palmroofed camp facing the gulf gulfPLENTY PLENTY OF LOGS FbR PIROGUES PIROGUESNom Nom tie Dieu The best logs will go adrift and the bayou tides will slip them down the coast When I asked Tony La Font one day as I sat under his hurricanetorn shed at La Caminada where lie got his big log to build me a duck boat there sixty miles from the nearest cypress swamp he shrugged and said saidI I catch him me meWell Well how do you build em emI I chop him mo moWell Well how do you trim em up so fine that a fellow has to have his hair parted just right to keep em balanced as I know because Ive had pirogues buck me out four times when I readied for my pipe incautiously or sneezed or tried to look over my shoulder suddenly at a duck getting out of the cane caneMe Me I loan know fo nuttin I chop him and chop him and smooth him wif my handadze Msieu Wen I get him right lie done doneI I gave up then and watched the artist lie chopped and hacked leisurely away a day and a half with his old ax and handadze and when he was through he gave me a needlelike little boat that weighed sixtyfour pounds was thirteen feet long and twentytwo inches wide and drew less than three inches of water with me and my duck stuff in it A famous runnin pirogue it was that I could drag where I couldnt paddle and ride where I couldnt walk and which was as finicky as an opera star Avhen I didnt obey her whims and as steady as an old shoe when I did At that Ive seen the darn thing tip herself upside down while tied peaceably to a dock just to show she couldnt be trusted if she didnt want to toA A runnin pirogue is what the leanshanked men of the deep swamp want just as the Cajuns of the more open waters of the coast islands want a more seaworthy craft and Tony will gnaw the old cypress log Into cither shape without any more measurements than his eye his thumb and a piece of rosean cane give him Tony cant road or write even in the Cajun patois or figure above 5x5 but he can fashion a hull as clean and graceful as any ¬ thing Herreshoff ever designed or Lipton sailed I watched nil one afternoon while ho whacked mine out and the halfInch thickness of the sides hardly varied tlie slightest fraction and tlie bow strength of two inches needed for crashing a pirogue through wrecked forests did not differ from the stern di ¬ mension Tony notched out the spots where he hung the single seat about twothirds of her length aft while continually assuring me that lie didnt know fo nuttin about it but when I crawled into the teetering log it lay as true along the water as if he had weighed and measured me for it My runnin pirogue would not hold two iio passengers thanks I tried to ferry a fellow ashore from a launch in it once and it stopped in midstream trembled slightly and side ¬ slipped us both overboard from no cause whatever except temperament just temperament She wasnt maile for two and she wasnt going to ride two so one wriggle and she was free of the burden Mac and I swam ashore thinking of sharks and sting ¬ rays and accused each other of having had a heavier thought on one side of his head than the other which was sufficient excuse for our craft to MUST BALANCE THOUGHTS IN PIROGUES PIROGUESAnil Anil as for shooting from a runnin pirogue after five seasons paddling poling and grassdrag ¬ ging one across the trembling prarie the isles flottantes of the watery wilderness that stretches westward from the Mississippi passes to the Sabine Kiver I still have enough cautions respect for the uncertain craft to abstain from all save two shoot ¬ ing positions dead ahead over the bow and over the left beam with Ihe body braced to allow for the guns kick Manys the easy shot Ive let go by rather than take the chance of an upset into the Barataria quagmires with not a foot of soil in five miles that would offer safe footing And trying to right and crawl into a capsized sixtyfive pound dugout filled with sucking mud the chilling bot ¬ tomless mud of a Louisiana winter morning is no fun Fellows have gone back to the feeding x nds in the deep swamp and never been heard of since from just such mishaps mishapsButMhats ButMhats where the ducks are and a pirogue is the only means of access through the prairie cane jungles Standing upright in his tiny canoe shov iug with a forked pole against the grass roots a Barafario llnner wlll break Trail Into the mos impenetrable snot snotOn On tlie scclmled little islets and shell chenieres tlie only habitable snots in this lonely region th Cajun families cannot be induced to part witl their best and lightest pirogues When the hunting and trapping season is over they are packed away mider covers of palmetto so that the semitropii summer sun will not crack them and the ordinarj dugouts eighteen or twenty feet long are used stout craft that can even carry a sail In the early summer when the natives hunt terrapin foi the traders gas luggars a youth will put ofl for the swamp prairies witli his three turtlf dogs and sail miles before a light breeze steer ¬ ing the outfit with his paddle over the stern quarter I myself tried this once and a family dispute be ¬ tween two of the mongrel hounds put us all over ¬ board in Bnratnria Bay I kicked the muslin sail free and swam for a shell reef dragging the over ¬ turned canoe behind me and five fine diamond back terrapin went joyously back to tlieir native marshes but tied up in it gunny sack sackThe The two old Manilaman hunters back on tlieii platform camp at Petit CoQuille who watched this disaster shook their heads silently when I waded to the shell reef n fellow who would upset a pirogue under any circumstances ought not to be left unwatched in the Barataria swamps Tlieir brownskinned kids of seven will take a pirogue and paddle it anywhere and up in the more habit ¬ able bayous toward the Mississippi one will find old women paddling to market with a dozen eggs in a basket or a dozen chickens tied to the thwart If the twentymilesperhpur launch of some Yankee reclamation engineer shoots along the old lady will carefully poke about to catch the resultant swell dead bow on and then resume her course muttering maledictions in the Cajun patois Tlie Baratarians have no faith in these ambitious efforts to reclaim tlie salt swamps from the gulf and tliere arc vast tracts today given back to the inuskrats and ducks where thousands of dollars have been wasted in trying to build levees across the sinking prairies prairiesBARATARIANS BARATARIANS AGAINST RECLAMATIONERS RECLAMATIONERSThe The good Gpil gave this land of dying forest and saltcane jungle to tlieir forefathers who followed Pirate La Fitte down into iVarataria think the hardy natives and rpt to raise corn or potatoes SQ they shrug when they see the Yankee dredges trying to ridge up the soft mud wondering just how long it will be ere the Mexican Gulf comes rolling in to flatten everything again below the grassroot levels As for Msieur Tony La Font Jhc West Indian hurricanes do not bother him greatly 1 piles his family bedding cooking pots inuskrat traps and pirogue into his stout luggar and goes drifting inland witli the gale Sometimes the morning after a hurricane finds Msieu LSI Fonts luggar resting on a sea of grass five miles from open water and he then has some months labor iligging a way out but as for the wrecked home back on La Caminada facing the gulf well a few poles and planks and tlie palmettoes cut from the higher chenieres sopn form another domicile Vhy worry about a house when that treacherous bine gulf is alwayspromising a frolic in September and there is no land in all the coast region high enough to reach above the hurricane tides tidesI I was on a relief expedition hurried from New Orleans to Grande Isle after the record hurricane of 191 when the wind hit a clip of 122 miles an hour in bursts and we found the natives of the erstwhile pirates island all safe and sound imidst their battered homes among the oaks that aved them from the rushing waters but the Ju slant clamor was Wherc were theboats2i There wasnt a luggar or a converted gasoline craft left in the shallow anchorage behind the isle and the pirogue runners went searching at once miles find miles northward over the grassy swamps for their bigger craft and discovered most of them safe and sound but in all sorts of exasperating places to retrieve from It was weeks before the islanders ceased sending their hardy young pirogue men into the untraveled tidal lakes and bays for the lost ones onesAnd And as the fishing was ruined for a time and the tiny gardens among the oak groves buried in sand and salt water the islanders had to depend once again on tlieir pirogues The head of the family would iwddie around the marshy inlets seeking tlie mullet schools and once among them lie would stand upright in the little dugout and swing bis castnet after the dinner for the day Give a coast Cajun his black drip coffee and a coubouil lion and he doesnt want any other fare Coffee an onion and a handful of rice and Octo or Leon or Tony with his castnet and pirogue will pick up i living in any spot the gulf storms drifted him himDucks Ducks in the winter terrapin in the spring shrimp Mstnotting in the summer all the minor occupa ¬ tions depend oh his tiny canoe of cypress One of the comical sights I onca saw Was when 1 crept clumsily along a grass trail the walls higher than iiiy head polling a pirogue to a grass hiimmock which was slowly sinking under the weight of three Manilaman kids and four turtle dogs all jelling and barking about a fiveinch diamond back who was too disgusted and startled to dive to safety when the trailers came on him Tlie little grass islet settled clean under the muck finally and there was a hullabaloo getting dogs ind kids back into tlie dugouts wet black with iiiid but successful successfulDees Dees ol turtle Msieu de trade sto he give 3cto and me two dolleh fo decs turtle heh fails failsIleh Ileh yaas smiled Octo who had gone to his tieck in the muck when he couldnt shove his pirogue aver it any longer Diit ol turtle he sho got to slide fast to get away from dees ol turtle dawgs Msieu MsieuIt It took me an hour to pole my pirogue back ver the trail into which these adventurous lads if twelve years had followed looking for terrapin HI the grass luimmocks Once in tlie open water of ay des Islettes they hoisted a flimsy red sail m each of tlieir dugouts and were in camp long jefore I arrived Uiding a swamp pirogue calls or just about the same sense of balance as does id ing a bicycle aiid you only get the same sense f security from experience with them themSCENERY SCENERY EXPERIENCE AND DISASTER DISASTERIt It was after a friend and myself haiKmade a four nonths paddling trip through the south Louisiana iwamps from near the extreme end of the Mis ¬ sissippi delta westward and then up through the tchafalaya lakes through tlie real primeval cypress nngle that I felt cocky enough to tackle a job with ur pirogue that I never finished and couldnt We lad worked the little green log back to tlie coast siands again this being a dugout of slightly more seaworthy build than the ninnin pirogues and Aere in camp on Grand Terre Island just at the Hiss to the gulf where Pirate La Fitte and his fort wfore the war of 1812 when Mac bantered me into irying to cross the pass through tlie breakers that oiled up on the adjacent bars barsIt It was no place for a craft that didnt have three Inches freeboard in the smoothest water but after nspecting the flood tide setting up Barataria Bay figured that the worst that could happen would w to have n collision with one of the twoton lorpolses that were bobbing up and down every few ards and if that came the pirogue aiid I would cling to each other fondly and drift ashore on one of the shell islets inside the bay if I only could ride the craft through the Hirf line lineIf If that was a big If I paddled away from the cove all right leaving Mae smoking on the ruined wall of the fort aiid a couple of Cajim shlrmpers silent before this latest lunacy of us two Yankees It wasnt their Idea of sport nt all as they later remarked And O Id Man Milliet of the light house fit Grand Terre said hed never seen such fool proceedings since Heck was h pup Sitting crosslegged and braced with a paddle dug firmly down in the undertow the little pirogue followed the receding surf out over tlie flats like a dog after a bone and met the first little roller coming in steadily enough though the water danced along even with the gunwales and wet the edge of my kiiees kiieesXow Xow for the big boys I yelled and dug in with the cypress spikes and flotsam of hurricaner my best licks to meet tlie breakers in deeper water over the last bar If I kept my seat through these fellows I thought the swiftflowing halfmile of the pass would be easy So on came another nice wave which rolled smoothly under tlie thirteenfoot log still meeting eni head on and I threw up the paddle balanced the sideways twist and prepared o meet the third roller Well it came along all ight a big one and it grabbed the stern of that pirogue yanked it under a smother of suds and whirled it shoreward with the bow sticking tip at ibout fortyfive degrees I sat tight aiid steady is a man would try on a bucking broncho deter ¬ mined not to be spilled out Sideways and the bow icpt risingstraighter and the stern sinking lower jntil this fool pirogue did a complete back somersault the bar under that comber an awful wallop that took most of my shirt and some of the skin off ny shoulders and when the backwash let me see daylight I certainly did kick through it for home hanging onto the cypress canoe with one linhd Maci was loping along in the shallows trying to snapshot the performance and when I waded ashore around the point in calm water he remarked regret ¬ fully fullySay Say you spoiled a great reputation for us with this stunt After I told these natives that we had poked a trail through the Atchafalaya cypress forests for four months with this log they said we were great becg pirogue runners But since you tried to navigate the gulf with one just now they think were just Yankee bluffers Charles Tenuey Jackson in Outers Recreation Record Catch In India Waters: One Hundred and Nineteen Pound Mahseer, Sixty-Four Inches in Length, Caught Last December. RECORD CATCH IN INDIA WATERS One Hundred and Nineteen Pound Mahseer Sixty Four Inches in Length Caught Last December The largest fish caught on rod and line in India was a 119 pound mahseer The fish was caught by Colonel 1 S Rivett Canine in tlie Convery about thirtyone miles from Mysore on December 28 1919 It was sixtyfour inches iii length fortytwo inches in girth and its tail was twenty and onehalf inches long The mahseer is the king of Indian waters and a letter to the Fishing Gazette telling of Colonel Camacs catch says saysThe The fighting powers of the mahseer is almost proverbial aiid one can just imagine what a fjsh of 119 pounds would do The Colonel is a man of powerful physique but the strain told on him con ¬ siderably I am not quite sure how long it took to luiiil tliis fish although I was keeping time It was twentyfive minutes when the fish was first brought in closc enough to see and when eventually 3Ir P F Itowring the deputy commissioner of My ¬ sore gaffed the fish and It was pulled ashore the excitement was so great that timing was quite forgdtteii We were simply astouhiied at its pro ¬ portions The fish liad a most pronounced hog back and the body was almost cylindrical The next surprise was when it was scaled the hundred ¬ weight scale went flown with a click and the needle flew right away from the 112 pounds poundsThese These big hen fish are called Thai Meenn mother fish in Canafese Immediately after the big fish was landed Major O Jackson V C had a run in the same spot probably another Thai Mcenii which took out over ICO yards of line and after two hours of hard work got round a snag and broke Colonel Itivett Carnacs ifish tried none of these tactics but fought gamely to the end endIt It was about three hours before the fish was weighed it had been in tlie wind and sun all this time and finally had to be cut in two and the weight of both pieces totaled 119 pounds The fish must have lost weight during the tinie which elapsed from landing to weighing aiid also in blood on being cut in Uvo for which of course no allowance could be made Had we suitable scales when the fish was landed I do believe it would have scaled 120 pounds Odds And Ends From Everywhere ODDS AND ENDS FROM EVERYWHERE Tliere are 550000 more hien than women in Canada CanadaThe The raising of stags for their horns is a curious Chinese industry the horns being cut while soft each year and used in the manufacture of medi ¬ cine cineWhen When a man walks a mile he takes on an aver ¬ age 2203 steps but when lie rides an average gear lie covers a mile with an equiva ¬ lent of only 027 steps stepsIn In 1919 7025 new books and 909 new editions were published in America in all 8591 Britains output amounted to 7327 new books and 1295 new editions in all 8022 or twentyeight liiore than America AmericaChina China exports tea in solid lumps like bricks for consumption in Tibet and Siberia The tea leaves are pulverized mixed with water and molded into hard cakes The bricks weigh about five pounds each In this form tea can be carried overland more easily as it occupies much less space The cost of the Prince of Wales Canadian tour 25000 is modest compared with the expendi ¬ ture involved in some previous royal journeys King Georges visit lo India cost nearly 1250060 King Kdwards visit as Prince of Wales to India in 1S75 cost 1500000 1500000Tattooing Tattooing in some countries is a useful art In Samoa when a woman is married several tattoo marks are placed dn her and Irath in Fiji and Samoa the birth of each child is registered in tnis way on the mothers hand At Tahiti serious crimes are punished by tattooing a murk upon the forehead of the delinquent Bull Fighting As "Sport": Spain's National Pastime One of Carnage and Much Precaution.; The Quarry Has but Little Chance and the Public Effect Debasing and Cowardly. BULL FIGHTING AS SRQBT i 4 It Spains National Pastime One of Car ¬ nage and Much Precaution 3 f s the Pduilc KlYeet BeYmslusT Sitting nt breakfast with a shipmate one Sunday morning in a hotel in Granada in southeast Spain my eye was caught by a group of men weariifg a curious coiffiire their liair betas plaited into a soYt of diminutive pigtail on the fop of their heads headsWho Who on earth are they 1 said to iiiy eoiii How slionld I know lie replied Lets find out outThe The waiter was wiser and informed us with much pride that they were no less than Giierrlta Ihe famous matador of Spain and the members of his troupe also that a great bull fight would take place that afternoon in which the great Guerrita would play the star part partStrolling Strolling about after breakfast posters advertis ¬ ing the great fight met us at every tiirii aiiil bear ing in mind flic gruesome stories w had heard about disemboweled horses at bull fights we de ¬ bated whether we shonld spend diir Sabbath after ¬ noon in watching one but finally decided to see part of it at any rate If only to be able to judge for ourselves rinding that tliere were two prices for admission the higher for seats in the simile and the lower for seats in the sun and it being a blazing hot day we chose the former Long be ¬ fore the appointed time of 4 oclock people began streaming into the bull ring which had a seating accommodation of 14010 I believe that of Va ¬ lencia holding 18000 is the biggest in rSpaih blit practically every town of any importance lias its bull ring A Spaniard will sell his shirt to see a bull fight and the women are no less ardent In ¬ deed as wo sat waiting for the fight to begin watching the spectators in their thousands it seemed that we liad never yet beheld such a number of women at once And certainly never such a bevy of darkeyed beauty robed in vivid colors witli lace mantillas and flowerdecked hair with fluttering fans like Jeweled butterflies in the sunshine hail delighted our eyes before beforeXo Xo sooner hail the Lady Patroness the wife of the Governor of Granada taken lier seat in the state box than into the arena to the strains of a band riiarclied the great star matador followed by his attendant satellites and halted before her One and all were gorgeously attired in satin aiul gold lace like their own figures 011 a Spanish fan Behind the matador marched the banderillos wav ¬ ing long beribboiied darts Then came the picadors armed with lances and mounted on sorrylookiiig steeds Toreros witli scarlet cloaks then gayly decked mnles driven three abreast brought up the rear the mission of the mules being to haul dead bulls aiid horses out of the arena as the fight progressed progressedMATADOR MATADOR PLEDGES TO KILL SIX BULLS BULLSThe The matador having pledged himself according to custom to kill six bulls singlehanded was xluly presented by the patromiss with the key of tlieir stalls These opened on the ring and the picadors lances in liand took up their position The toreros nrmed only witli red cloaks stood by ready to draw away the bull when things began to look serious for any member of tlie troupe troupeThe The spectators began to get excited and all yes were fixed on tile first bulls sYall Siidileiily there rushed from it a inost magnificent beast black as ebony with horns of enormous length lengthTansing Tansing for aii instant as if dazzled by the brilliant sunlight it spied a picador across the irena Quick as a flash it lowered its head and charged straight for the horse which being a miserable anil decrepit animal and blindfolded to boot could offer no resistance to the bulls furious inslaught Nor was it intended that it should for horrible though it seemed to us the spectators cveled in it Women even stood up holding their ihildren to get a better view The picador whose legs were cjicased in light armor to avoid being crushed against the side of the ring received the Ihargc on the point of his lance This weapon s not intended for serious work and beyond giving the biill a slight flesh wound had no effect what ¬ ever Burying its horns in the animals stomach he bull lifted both horse and rider clean off tile round It seemed as if the man too would be oreil as he lay helpless but for the wild raving f red cloaks by the toreros which drew off the jull jullApparently Apparently it is their cruel and horrible habit if ihe horse can by hook or by crook be got on its egs again fo bolster it up by gruesome method such as replacing its entrails and stuffing up the ivound with straw and t sit the picador on its jack again and make the poor beast once more face he bull After the first horse was dispatched wo or three others suffered the same torment This part of the fight whs to our miriils too evoiting for words aiid we were both thankful iVhen the carnage was over overTlie Tlie iiext move was to the Imndcrillbs one of iVhom took up Ills position facing tlie bull with a lart in each hand As tlie infuriated beast charged le drove them with great dexterity into either ihoulder This requires great skill aiiil if flie larts are badly placed or do iiot strike home he spectators express tlieir disapproval in no neasured terms terms3ULLS 3ULLS TORTURED AND NOT GIVEN A CHANCE CHANCEShould Should the banderillo pause a second too long n his eagerness to judge his aim the bull wbiild issnredly get him Hut to impress the spectator le does a lot of galleryplay Sitting on a chair vith his legs crossed lie smokes a cigarette and illows the bull to charge within a yarilbr two be ore springing to his feet driving home the darts ind skipping to one side When the bunderillos Kill finished their work the bull hairlhree Or our dlrts dangling from each shonhler aiiil was deeding freely freelyGoaded Goaded to fury and baited on all sides the beast it last began to show signs of distress A trunippt all then announced that Gnerrita the great imita lor would now take the field fieldAdvancing Advancing to the center of the arena his long larrowbladed sword hidden under a scarlet cloak iiierrlta enticed the bull to charge meeting its onslaught with just a sweep oT his cloak to one lide still standing his ground Tlie bull of course Irove furiously at the red rag avoiding therniaii altogether After a little more piny of tliis kind lie niitulur allowed hiniself to bo chased across the arena llic llorns of the bull oiily a foot from liis body Skillfully swerving from side to side lie completely baffled thu furious beast and after a fruitless chase it came to a standstill glaring at its tormentor as though acknowledging itself beaten whereat the spectators showed tlieir appre ¬ ciation by much cheering and clapping clappingThe The bull having played its part the time had now come for it to die The matador once more enticing it to the center of the arena waved his clonk in its eyes and drawing his sword froni beneath Its folds stood ready to give the coup de grace As the bull charged be drove the sword into its shoulder stepping to one side only just in time But the thrust was not a fatal one and the beast still showed plenty of fight so the crowd received this failure to deal the denth blow wifh hissing and booing booingSome Some skillful manipulation of the cloak now be ¬ came necessary to regain possession of the sword That done the matadors next attempt was more successful He drove it in up to the hilt With a shudder the bull snnk on its haunches and fell The wildest enthusiasm prevailed The whole of the 14000 watchers rose to their feet to a man shouted till they were lionrse and the air became blnck with tossing hats Taking advantage of the interval when the pandemonium reached its zenith my friend ami 1 slipped out neither of us feeling inclined to witness five repetitions of that spectacle nor to bear again file agonizing screams of terror from the tortured horses dumb animals that we had learned to love loveThe The impression seared on my mind by that bull fight was this the cruelty to the horses is Bolshe ¬ vist in its intensity and the bull is never given a sporting chance chanceThe The bull enters the ring a doomed animal no matter how good a fight it may put up Should it succeed in outwitting the matador or the bande rillos there are always the men with the hated red cloaks to distract its attention and divert it from its purpose I must confess my sympathy was chiefly with the bull and J longed to see it get some of its own back by just tickling up its tor ¬ mentors with those sharp horns At times indeed it seemed as though nothing could save a man from being gored but just as the bull was about to dis ¬ patch its victim a flourish of a clonk would chock it At certain points round the sides of the arena wore what may be described as funkholes exits of stout planking just wide enough for a man to squeeze through but too narrow for the bulls wide horns hornsI I admit that a great deal of nerve and pluck is necessary on the bull fighters part to carry through a fight to the satisfaction of a Spanish crowd an extremely critical one on these occasions Cases of serious injury occur now and then but we were told that fatalities were few fewIf If only tlie cruelty to the horses were done away with the sport would find1 more favor in the eyes of Britishers But this I am sure would greatly detract from its effect from a Spaniards point of view The cabman who drove us to the station that evening probably voiced the popular opinion on the subject when he argued that these animals were unfit for further service as cabhorses and that the bull ring was the most fittinjr and useful end for them Badminton Magazine Page 7 Black-Tailed Deer In California BLACKTAILED DEER IN CALIFORNIA It is generally conceded that the California Na ¬ tional Forest contains a larger number of black tailed deer than any other locality of equal size and that the conditions in the forest for propaga ¬ tion and protection are unequaled in the West Embracing as it does large areas of heavy brush which provides protection from natural enemies and almost unlimited forage during the entire year large glade areas which remain practically snow less during the winter months providing an abundance of winter feed when not fed too closely by domestic stock and large hreas of open timber well stocked with succulent weeds and grasses it can well be said to bo ideal as a locality adapted to the perpetuation of this valuable game species speciesThe The mating season for deer in this forest ranges from late September in the1 foothills to November at the higher altitudes The bucks shed their horns from January 15 to March 15 and the new growth is noticed by June 1 The horns become hard about August 1 although at the higher ele ¬ vations they are still found in the velvet during the latter part of August and even up to Septem ¬ ber 10 Tlie fawns appear from June 1 to the end of July and in most cases are in pairs pairsThere There are few black and brown bear in the for ¬ est but they can hardly be taken seriously as a game animal In fact they are used by unscrupu ¬ lous hunters as an excuse to go into the mountains with packs of hounds during the winter season when there is no doubt that many violations of the game law are committed These bears are often troublesome to sheep permittees and settlers within the forest who raise hogs as the older ones fre ¬ quently develop predatory tendencies It is prob ¬ able also that they are responsible for many of the kills of deer made by panthers as they feed on the deer killed by the panthers and disturb it iu such a way that it is no longer palatable to the panther which makes a new kill killTlie Tlie most important game bird in tlie forest is the mountain quail It is found in all parts of the forest above the brush line which surrounds the forest on tlirce sides and during the past two years have shown a gratifying increase This is attributed in part to the destruction of ground squirrels and other small eggeating animals by the United States Biological Survey SurveyValley Valley quail are common at the lower elevations and they also are on the increase English Racing Dates For 1920 ENGLISH RACING DATES FOR 1920 Meetings Dates 3 3Brighton Brighton August Tuesday August 3 Nottingham Summer Monday August 9 9Stockton Stockton Summer Tuesday August 17 York August Tuesday August 24 Derby Summer Tuesday August 31 Doncaster St Leger Tuesday September 7 Liverpool Autumn Wednesday November 10 Western Ayr Wednesday September 15 Derby November Wednesday November 17 17Newbury Newbury Autumn Friday September 24 Nottingham Autumn Monday October 4 Haydoek Park October Wednesday October 0 0K K inpton Park OtobT Friday October Newmarket First October Tuesday September King Of Canadian Woods: Big Game Sportsmen From All Over World Visit the Northern Forests to Hunt the Moose. KING OF CANADIAN WOODS Big Garhe Sportsmen From All Over World WorldVisit Visit the Northern Forests to toHunt Hunt trie Mbbse I Hig game moose in pmJcnlar is a valuable asset of our Canadian neighbors because visiting sportsmen from the States from Europe and even from tlie far parts of the earth and the islands of the sea visit the outlying provinces of our neigh ¬ bors in search of sport the like of which is to be found nowhere else if ws except the northern woods of Maine MaineThey They come hunting the moose monarch of the forests of the Dominion and king of all antlered H animals the world over and they leave a train of shining dollars behind The money paid for rail ¬ road fares for guides for provisions and all that by those who get and also by those who do not reaches an almost unbelievable total and our broth ¬ ers across the lilies are not overlooking any bets when it conies to a question of cold cash cashTlie Tlie lawmakers of the Dominion while making small liriiit bags put no obstacle in the way of the hunter who wishes to take his trophies home the heads the horns the hides the hoofs for the reason that a single good head hung at the club or in the library of the shooter is a fure that may draw across the line and to the moose woods a dozen or more parties the following year yearThe The limits indeed are small two bull moose iu the northwestern territory in all or nearly all the other provinces oie And mind you it is a very serious matter to break the game law or in fact any law in Canada Mining men in tlie north ¬ western woods though seem to be exempt They must eat and boast that Mining camps know no game law for fresh meat is scarce and when tlie miners have a chance they get while the getting is good It is to be re ¬ membered also that they are a long way from civilization aiid it would be hard to get a jury to convict no matter how clear the case 1er liaps the game suffers but as a rule the enforce ¬ ment of the law is rigid everywhere and all kinds of game are on the increase all over Canada CanadaTlie Tlie seasons are short except in the far north where moose shooting is permitted for seven months September 1 to April 1 In Alberta it is only fortytwo days the month of November and twelve days in December In Manitoba it is still shorter November 20 to December 10 In Nova Scotia it lengthens out Oct l or 1 to November 20 and in Now Brunswick it is from September 15 to November 30 In spite of the short seasons how ¬ ever 1230 moose were repotted as killed in Nova Scotia last year and in all tlie provinces those reported and those killed for meat of which no record was kept for every piece of big game killed is not registered in Canada or anywhere else undoubtedly would reach a total of 10000 head Yet the natural increase more than offsets this thisTEN TEN THOUSAND MOOSE Think of it Ten thousand moose ten mil ¬ lion pounds of moose meat But it is the heads the horns the hides the hoofs a sportsman most desires The flesh is a secondary consideration Appreciating this Itlio Dominion government makes the export iTiilfus oYriliese trophies light usuaTly i or 5 Nor is the cost of a nonresident shooting license excessive 23 in Quebec Saskatchewan On ¬ tario British Columbia and Manitoba d iu Nova Scotia 50 iu the northwestern territory and Now Brunswick and an even 100 in the Yukon country Guides also are required to pay a small license fee usinllyx5 or less As a sort of offset to this in many of the provinces no payments are required froni resident farmers farmersOne One thing that is in favor of the inoose is the fact that few fall victims to predatory animals Occasionally when pressed by hunger a band of wolves will try and pull down a moose As a rule all animals are satisfied to leave them alone even a grizzly hesitating before matching his strength against that of a fullgrown bull moose which is far from being flic case with deer for with them the loll of the wild is oftcu more than double that taken by man and his gun gunPaddling Paddling in the shallows along the border of some quiet lake when the season first opens is a favorite way of mose hunting with many The lily stalks and leaves are green and jiiicy smart weed abundant water grass plentiful and all suit the taste of the moose He splashes along talcing a nip of the one and then a mouthful of tlie other while the canoO the hunter in front and the guide in the stern 5 Iying his paddle moves noiselessly stealing along the edge of tfie weeds like i ghost working against the wind so the animal will not get a whiff of the man scent scentWhen When the critical moment comes there is always a chance in the uncertain light for a novice to overshoot Some experts say Chalk your fore ¬ sight Others recommend nickel or ivory fore ¬ sights and some who can afford it say gold As for me in what afterdark shooting I have done mostly at muskrats in the water I found using phosphorus on the sight of my shotgun to be a great help Not too much of it only a little touch That and remembering that one must shoot low always spelled success It looks as if the same thing coupled with the same care would work equally well on moose or any other kind of big jamc in night shooting shootingCALLING CALLING TRICKS THEM ALL ALLFor For daylight shooting at certain seasons nothing will bring the game be it moose or duck within easy range like calling Making the game come to you instead of trying to go to it itA A yelpcr will draw wild turkeys to the gun when all other means of getting a shot fails A caller brings ducks to decoys they would other ¬ wise pass A guide who can honk causes many a shy old goose to leave his fellows and go to his doom The same general principle applies to all game A monster mOose as well as a tiny teal is tricked by it But in November when the weather is cold and the marshes all frozen then the old hunters say If you want a moose stalk him Only take care that he does not become the hunter instead of the hunted huntedTlfe Tlfe wind must blow from moose to man That gives him only sight anil hearing to depVnd on The other way from man to moose his wonderful sense of smell is worth fr protection twicowhat sight and hearing are makiiiz it wellnigh im ¬ possible to come within range rangeTlie Tlie stalking not only requires skill but endur ¬ ance and patience as well An adept at stalking says Go into the woods jirepnred to follow your game for several days Take food matches salt a knife and compass An electric flashlight is ni good thing to have in your knapsack Thou stick to it even if the going is bad and you have to do fifteen miles or over a day Above ail if you thVnfr you are lost dont get rattled but sit down and figure in which direction camp is then lay your course and keep to it If you are wrong it will bring you out soriiewhere to a river a road a trail that can be followed and is better than wnn deriug around in a circle until you drop exhausted exhaustedAfter After the weather becomes cold and the ground snowcovered the moose of a neighborhood yard up the yard consisting of hardwood ridges with sloughs and swamps on each side and sometimes containing us many as fifty moose These big ani ¬ mals tramp down the bushes and weeds making beaten roads to their feeding grounds nearly always going and coming over the same route They would be easy to waylay and shoot when traveling but for the fact that they usually yard after the open season has closed then they are safe safeThe The moose of British Columbia and the Yukon are said to be the largest in the world A hunter to avoid following the tracKs of a female think ¬ ing them large enough to be those of a male and having his labor for bis pains should know the foot ¬ prints of a bull moose are more round and blunt than those of a cow which rre long aiid pointed E T Martin in Hunter Trader and Trapper Scales Of Weights For August, 1920 SCALES OF WEIGHTS FOR AUGUST 1920 One Half Mile MileTwoyearobis Twoyearobis 9S 9S 9SThreeyearolds Threeyearolds 121 121 121Fouryearolds Fouryearolds 120 12U 12UFiveyearolds Fiveyearolds and upward 120 120 Three Quarters Mile Twoyearolds 102 102 102 Threeyearolds 123 123 123 Fouryearolds 130 130 130 Fiveyearolds and upward Threeyearolds 118 118 118 118F6uTyearolds F6uTyearolds 12ft 120 125 125Fiveyearolds Fiveyearolds and upward 120 120 120 120One One and One Quarter Miles MilesThreeyearolds Threeyearolds 117 117 117 117Fouryearolds Fouryearolds 120 120 120 120Fiveyearolds Fiveyearolds and upward 120 12f 120 Z + t Ono and OneHalf Miles MilesThreeyearolds Threeyearolds 110 116 lio lioFouryearolds Fouryearolds 120 120 125 125Fiveyearolds Fiveyearolds 120 120 120 120Sixyearolds Sixyearolds and upward 125 120 120 Threeyearolds 112 112 112 112Fouryearolds Fouryearolds 125 1 ° 1 ° Fiveyearolds 125 li i iSixyearolds Sixyearolds anl upward 125 125 1 1THE THE JOCKEY CLUB CLUBIn In races of intermediate lengths the weights for the shorter distance be carried In races exclusively for threeyearolds or four yearolds the weight shall be 120 pounds and for twoyearolds 122 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps and in races where tlie con ¬ ditions expressly state to the contrary fillies two years old shall be allowed three pounds and fillies and mares three years old and upward shall be al ¬ lowed 5 pounds before September 1 and 3 pounds thereafter Mares of all ages shall be allowed three pounds poundsWelter Welter weights shall be 28 pounds added to the weightforage In heavy handicaps the top weight shah not be less than 140 pounds In all handicaps when the added money exceeds 000 the top weight shall not be less than 12G pounds poundsNo No gelding three years old and over shall be qualified to start in any race closing seventytwo hours or more before the date of running except handicaps and selling races This rule shall not apply to horses gelded prior to February 13 1919 1919KENTUCKY KENTUCKY STATE RACING COMMISSION COMMISSIONIn In races of intermediate lengths the weights for the shorter distance be carried carriedIn In races exclusively for threeyearolds or four yearolds the weight shall be 120 pounds and for tvoyearohls 122 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps aiid in races where the con ¬ ditions expressly state to the contrary fillies two years old shall be allowed three pounds and fillies and mares throe years old and upward shall be al ¬ lowed 5 pounds before September 1 and 3 pounds thereafter Mares of all ages shall be allowed three pounds poundsWelter Welter weights shall be 28 pounds added to the wcightforage Iu heavy handicaps the top weight shall not be less than 140 pounds In all handicaps when the added money exceeds 000 the top weight shall not be less than 126 pounds poundsNo No gelding three years old and over shall be qualified to start in any race closing seventytwo hours or more before the date of running except handicaps and selling races This rule shall not upply to horses gelded prior to February 13 1919 1919CANADIAN CANADIAN RACING ASSOciATlbNS ASSOciATlbNSIn In races of intermediate lengths the weights for the shorter distance be carried carriedIn In races exclusively for threeyearolds or four yearolds the weight shall be 120 pounds and for twoyearolds 122 pounds poundsKxcept Kxcept in handicaps and in races where the con ¬ ditions expressly state to the contrary fillies two years old shall be allowed three pounds and fillies and mares three years old and upward shall be al ¬ lowed 5 pounds before September 1 and 3 pounds thereafter Marcs of all ages shall be allowed three pounds Welter weights shall be 28 pounds added to the weightforage In heavy handicaps the top weight shall not be less than 140 pounds in all handicaps when the added money exceeds iOO the top weight shall not be less than 120 pounds poundsNo No gelding three years old and over shall be qualified to start in any race closing seventy two hours or more before the date of running except handicaps and selling races This rule shall not apply to horses gelded prior to February 13 1919 1919CUBAAMERICAN CUBAAMERICAN JOCKEY CLUB CLUBIn In races of intermediate lengths the weights for shorter distances shall be carried carriedIn In races exclusively for twoyearoTds 118 pounds poundsIn In races exclusively for threeyearolds 122 pounds In races exclusively for fouryearolds 120 pounds poundsFillies Fillies two years old allowed three pounds poundsFillies Fillies and iriares threeyearolds and upward allowed five pounds before September 1 1Fillies Fillies and mares threeyearolds and upward allowed five pounds before September 1 1Fillies Fillies and mares threeyearolds and upward allowed three pounds after September 1 1LOWER LOWER CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB CLUBIn In races of intermediate lengths the weights for the shorter distance shall be carried carriedIn In a race exclusively for twoyearolds the weights shall be 118 pounds poundsIn In a race exclusively for threeyearolds or four yearolds tlie weights shall be 122 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps and in races where the weights are fixed absolutely in the conditions fillies two years old and geldings of all ages shall be allowed throe pounds dnd fillies and mares three years and upward shall be allowed five pounds before Septemlier 1 and three pounds thereafter thereafterWelter Welter whights shall be 28 pounds added to the weigutforage weigutforageIn In heavy handicaps the top weights shall not be less than 140 pounds poundsNEW NEW ORLEANS BUSINESS MENS RACING ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONIn In races of intermediate lengtlis the weights for the shorter distance shall be carried carriedIn In races exclusively for twoyearolds the weights shall be 122 pounds poundsIn In races exclusively for threeyearolds or four yearolds the weights shall be 126 pounds poundsIn In handicaps wlien tlie added money exceeds 000 the top weight shall not be less than 110 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps and In races where the con ¬ ditions state to the contrary fillies two years old and mares three years old and upward shall be allowed five pounds before September 1 and three pounds afterward afterwardSTEEPLECHASE STEEPLECHASE WEIGHTS WEIGHTSAt At the eastern tracks all steeplechase races ore run under the rules of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association which provides these weights weightsFor For steeplechases less than three miles From January 1 to August 31 inclusive three years 135 pounds four years 149 pounds five years 157 pounds six years jind over 102 pounds From Sep ¬ tember 1 to December 31 inclusive for three years 137 pounds foiir years 154 pounds five years ICO pounds six years and over 102 pounds poundsFor For steeplechases of three miles and over From January 1 to August 31 inclusive four years 143 pounds five years 155 pounds six years and over 100 pounds From September 1 to December 31 in ¬ clusive for four years 149 pounds five years 158 paunds six years and over ICO pounds poundsFor For hurdle races From January 1 to August 31 inclusive three years 135 pounds four years 142 pounds five years 152 pounds six years and over 156 pounds From September l to December 31 in ¬ clusive three years 142 pounds four years 155 pounds five years and over 161 pounds In races exclusively for threeyearolds the weights shall be 145 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps and in races where the weights are fixed absolutely In the conditions marcs shall be allowed five founds before Septem ¬ ber 1 and three pounds afterward afterwardFor For races on the flat under Ilant Club nuspicea the scale of weights adopted by the Jockey Club shall govern and iu respect of such races welter weights shall be 28 pounds above the weight for In the west the weights specified by the Western Jockey Club anil the American Turf Association Tire Identical and are as follows followsJan Jan April July Jct JctAge Age Feb May Aug fov fovMarch March June Sept Bee Bee3yearolds 3yearolds 125 129 134 140 1404yearolds 4yearolds 147 149 151 154 1545year6ids 5year6ids 157 100 163 164 164Cycaroids Cycaroids and up 168 170 172 172 172The The rules of the Canadian Racing Assocfaticfea governing steeplechases aiid hurdle races provide that no horse shall be permitted to start in any steeplechase or hurdle race carrying less than 130 pounds When a scale of weights for age is not fixed by the regulations of any course or by the conditions of a meeting or race the following scale shall govern governFor For steeplechases and hurdle races less than three miles from January 1 to July 31 inclusive four years 145 pounds five years 150 pounds six years and over 106 pounds From August 1 to December 31 inclusive three years 138 pounds four years 155 pounds five years 103 pounds six years and over 160 pounds poundsFor For steeplechases of three miles and over Janu ¬ ary 1 to August 31 Inclusive fdur years 138 pounds five years 157 pounds six years and over 1CO pounds From September 1 to December 31 inclusive four years 149 pounds five years 101 pounds six years and over 106 pounds poundsExcept Except in handicaps and in all races where the cciditions expressly state to the contrary mares shall be allowed five pounds before the first of September and three pounds thereafter Geldings allowed three pounds General News Notes Of The Day GENERAL NEWS NOTES OF THE DAY The Japanese government has received a communi ¬ cation from the United States pointing out among other things that America is unable to recognize Japans occupation of the northern half of the Island of Saglialian The Nichi Nichi says of the nature of the protest however that the impression exists here that the communication is not really a protest but rather an exposition of the American viewpoint on occupations of Russian territory with something of Americas attitude toward tins terri ¬ tory to be occupied occupiedGeneral General Ludendorff is reported in a Berlin dis ¬ patch to the Paris Journal to have made an offer to the British charge daffaires at Berlin to raise an army of 1000000 mtii to fisht the bolshevik in Russia in exchange for tlie return to Germany of Posen Hid the annulment of certain clauses of the Versailles treaty among them the ones dealing witli Danzig DanzigSecretary Secretary Wilsons report on the coal r5titon in general with particular emphasis upon conditions in Illinois and Indiana was sent yesterday to Presi ¬ dent Wilson It was intimated at the department of labor that among the recommendations was one that the award of the bituminous commission be re ¬ opened openedA A soviet revolution has started at Kovno where the Lithuanian government has been overthrown according to a report reaching Warsaw Page 8 RACINE FORM FORMTHE THE INTERNATIONAL AUTHORITY ON AMERICAN RAGING Circulating in the United States Cuba Philippine Islands Canada Mexico England France Germany Austria Hungary Australia India Argentina Chile Peru etc etc Annual Racing Form Formhas has been oversold for the past few years and the attention of prospective purchasers of the 1920 edition is respectfully called to the desirability of placing orders early earlyVOLUME VOLUME L 1920 Is Now on Sale THIS BOOK CARRIES CARRIESindexed indexed form charts of all recognized racing in the United States Canada Cuba and Mexico has supplanted all others for the use of racing officials and is universally used by jockey clubs throughout the world Compact accurate perfectly printed with absolutely correct index on linen paper lettered and bound in flexible leather Contains besides charts of all recognized racing on American tracks the American and Canadian time records scales of weight of Various governing bodies and records of jockey mounts in the United States Canada and Mexico for the year The Special Attention of Students of Form Formis is directed to the method of indexing the charts The index shows each and every start of all horses that have raced with firsts seconds thirds and track conditions designated on the occasion of each and every start By meant of this innovation it is possible for the user of the Form Book to instantly de ¬ termine a horses ability to run on any sort of track concerning which infor ¬ mation is desired as shown in the following example exampleLAST LAST SPAEK ch g 5 by Martimas Flicker H A Cotton X 180971 l 310SSh 131252m 131453zh 31497B 31523B 31015 131032 131728 131824 81843 J 31933h ° 319C5h 31989s 132000 32086 132147 P 32231 P32305 32877 82399 324191 32815 P32836 32883 32944 133226 133270 33352 33435 0335201 33655h 133827 33902 34032 34139s 34357 34504 134574 k 34610 H84748 084844 HAPENNY cL g 6 by Bock Sand Half Sovereign H Lang X 31300 31375 31432 S31470 31538 31550 M3l58Sm B31740h 1814s 31833 131934 31978 131993 32072h 32004s 132123h ° 32105 32175 032213 132243 132811 132879 330291 3313GJsj t33267 33309 334G1 33568Z 33G70 33778 k33822 33928 S3968 34105m 34241 34290 k34399h 344221 i34011k 134631 184717 184751 184751ZODIAC ZODIAC ch g 6 by Star Shoot Lady Vincent M 7 Daly X 31079 31179 31228 31S09 31350s1 P314101 31457 P315401 31009 131G88 131G88181743h 181743h 131913 J31082 13202G O32062h 3212S h 1322091 32250 ° 32281 32458 32483h P32511sy 030543 P3257 03305811 332G8 33309 33388 P334G01 P33007 P33007P33012 P33012 P33G771 P33745 033972 340808y 34139 034303 P34428sj 34541 k84571 84688 034749 P34817g P34817gh h for heavy m for muddy iy for floppy for ilow raoei not otherwise designated wart wartover over fait or good tracki trackiThe The alphabetical mlga before each race number iho vs the dlataae at Trhlch the race ha been run according to the key below t 14 and 38 Mile 3 12 Fnrlonffi From 1 Mile SO Yard TO 12 Mile 1 Mile 1OO Yards O 4 12 Furlong 1 11C Miles P 58 Bllle 1 18 Miles Q 5 12 Fnrlongra 1 316 1 14 and 1 516 Miles K 84 Mile 1 12 Miles S 6 12 FurlonK 1 58 and 1 34 Miles T 78 Mile 2 to 3 Miles V 3 to 4 Miles V PUBLISHED IN TWO VOLUMES Price Per Volume 10 Copies by mail must go as registered matter with an extra charge of ten cents for registration Not responsible for books sent as regular mail DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 Plymouth Court Chicago Illinois 157159 East Thirtysecond Street New York N Y 74 Exchange Streets Buffalo N Y Monthly Form Book BookWill Will Be On Sale SaleMONDAY MONDAY NOON AUGUST 2 MONTHLY RACING FORM issued on the first day of each month with complete charts of the previous months racing in North America now carries an index showing each and every start of all horses in training with firsts seconds thirds and track conditions designated By means of this arrangement it is possible for the user of the Monthly Form Book to instantly determine a horses ability to run on any sort of track concerning which information is desired as shown in the following examples LAST SPAEK oh g 5 by Martimas Flicker H A Cotton X J 10971 3108Sh 3108ShJ317291 J3122m 13Mr 2h K11407a K11407aB3184387 n31523a 31H15 31H1531989s 131632 J317291 131821 B3184387 31t33ah oilB5h oilB5hP32305 31989s 132000 320S62 032147 P 32231 P32305 32377 32309 32410 32815 P32830 32883 32914 32914J 1 33221 133270 33352 33135 3352011 33fl55 h J 33827 33902 34032 341398 34357 34504 134574 134574H k 34010 34748 34844 HAPENNY ch fir 6 ty Eock Sand Half Sovereign H Lang X X31740U 31300f S31375 131432 31470 3ir38 3ir38K318149 31S5C 3iri88m 3iri88mh32072h 31740U K318149 R31833 131934 131934C3217r 31978 131993 h32072h K320948 132123 h h3313Uij 32155J C3217r 32213 J32243 J32811 J32811S33207 J32879 133029s 3313Uij S33207 33309 334 U 3350S2s 33070 S33778 33S22 33928 h34105 m 34241 134031 J34751 ZODIAC ch e 6 by Star Shoot lady Vincent M 3 Daly X XP315403 ° 31070 ° 31309 31350 P31410 31457 P315403 31609 131913 131982 132020 O32002h O32002hP32511sy h32128 P315403h32128 h hP32557 132209 032458 o 32483 h P32511sy 032513 032513P330071 P32557 ° 3305Sh 33309 k33388 P331001 P330071 P33fil2 P32557P33077 P33077 P 33745 34080Jsy 34139 a 034303 P34428 sy 34541 P33077k34571 k34571 034088 P348178 h for heavy m for muddy sy for sloppy s for slow races not otherwise designated were over fast or good tracks The alphabetical sign before each race number shows the dist ¬ ance at which the race has been run according to the key below 38 Mile 78 Mile L 1 316 1 14 and 3 12 Furlonaa 7 12 Furlonas M 1 516 Miles R 12 Mile 1 Mile N NFrom 1 12 Miles S From 1 Mile 20 Yds 1 58 and 1 34 58 Mile to 1 Mile 100 Yds O Miles T 5 12 Furlonaa 1 11C Miles P 2 to 3 Miles U 34 Mile 1 18 Miles Q 3 to 4 Miles V 6 12 Furlonas THE PRICE REMAINS UNCHANGED 100 100Singie Singie copies by mail must be sent as registered mail with an extra charge of TEN CENTS for registration Not responsible for books sent by mail without registration DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 Plymouth Court Chicago Illinois 157159 East Thirtysecond Street New York N Y 74 Exchange Street Buffalo N Y Translate 2000100 Won Dr Hicltman 1890 100 Won Chasseur G00100 Won Wonwore wore lliroc nice ones reported in lik OS9 Get a acopy copy of new book today 3u everywhere TODAYS FOKM 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