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MATINEE IDOL THE WINNER Carries the Goldblatt Colors to Victory in Havanas Feature Last Ones Defeat in Secondary Attraction Brings Consterna ¬ tion Among1 His Admirers HAVANA Pnba March 6 The Union Club Han ¬ dicap of 3000 added at one mile and a sixteenth was the principal offering of a splendid Sunday program at Oriental Park It was witnessed by one of the largest crowds of the winter Ideal weather and track conditions prevailed and speculation was brisk and of Urge volume volumeCarryiu Carryiu the colors of Mos Goldblatt aud rid ¬ den by 1 Kennedy Matinee Idol ran a sparkling nice to account fcr the stake feature The Whit ueybred gelding was last to leave the iiost and far back in the early running Kennedy did not hurry him until passing the far turn where ho moved up with a great hurst of speed and racing into the lead in the stretch won by a length Ilvssius him hard at the finish was Walnut Hall the Armenia Stables representative being a prom ¬ inent contender throughout Osguwl took third inouey and he too ran well and was at all times dangerous dangerousTilt Tilt defeat of John Walters good threeyear old Last One in the Pardo Handicap tlie secondary attraction of the afternoon was as surprlnln as it was unexpected He was a warm oddson fa ¬ vorite and delighted his backers by quickly racing into u good l ad and showing the way at a terrific pace Knteriug the stretch it looked all over but the shouting when suddenly the son of Judge WrfifFii faltered aud tiring badly from his early efforts dropped Iwick The veteran Riverside which had been saved from the early fast pace then moved to the front and successfully resisting the fast closing challenge of Different Kyes crossed the winning line first in a great finish Belle of Kllzabethtown was third coming from the rear with a remarkable display of speed to nose out the tiring favoriin for the short end of the purse John purseJohn Ixiwe furnished the winner of the opening race in his Ivan the Terrible filly AvaR She was a pronounced choice in the betting Her backers were given several anxious moments right after the start when she failed to set into her stride as quickly as the others However she worked her way up steadily on the outside overhauled the leader in the stretch and after racing him into defeat drew away to rrin by a safe margin Tren tino wai second after a game and well run race Too much use of Treadwell in setting the pace ruined whatever chance he had to win as he tired badly in the last eighth after having a lead of six lengths at the half mile post postClose Close and hard fought was the finish of the second race After Double Kyo tired from setting the pace Flying Frog and Mdjor Domo took up the running Racing almost abreast through the last eighth the result was in doubt until the final strides the former getting the verdict by a head Although beaten Major Domo the favorite ran a good race as he was son going to the post A postA fast band of sprinters met in the third and Assumption ran quite a remarkable race to score by a small margin He stumbled and went to his knees at the start but quickly recovered and rush ¬ ing away in the lead held command throughout although hard pressed at the end Byrne was gain ¬ ing with every stride and just failed to overtake lie winner The Blue Duke forced the pace all the way and only tired near the finish finishAfter After three consecutive victories The Knqiilrer met defeat this afternoon when Chefa took his measure in the closing race The Knquirer raced into the lead m the backstretch but gave way when challenged by Chefa and was no match for the speedy Hessian filly in the final eighth the latter drawing away into a big lead right at the end Thirty Leading American Jockeys THIRTY LEADING AMERICAN JOCKEYS By riding ten winners during the past week L Penman not only carried off the saddle honors for I he period but advanced to a tie with F Wilson for second place on the list of the thirty leading rider of the year W Kclsay with seven winning mounts L McDcrmott and J Hvtipel with six each F Wilson and A Pickens with five each also figured prominently in the racing of last week The enforced idleness of the jockeys at Tijuana re ¬ sulted in several minor changes in the standing of the lending riders not however affecting the leadership of Marinelli as the following tabulation discloses the records embracing tho racing from January 1 to and including that of last Saturday Jocke3 Mts MtsMarinelli 1st 2d 3d Unp PCLW Marinelli B 256 256Penman OS 19 35 104 27 Penman L 201 201Wilson 39 39 33 93 19 Wilson F 100 100Taylor 30 30 34 87 21 Taylor K 224 224incastcr 224l 35 30 24 134 Hi l incastcr R 221 35 21 31 128 16 Kelsny W 137 137Pickens 30 22 21 54 22 Pickens A 140 140Slaughter 29 19 25 157 21 Slaughter M 159 159Kennedy 27 23 10 90 17 Kennedy B 122 122Francis 215 I IS 25 52 Francis J 200 200McDermott 2t 3 37 22 126 McDermott L 147 24 2 25 21 77 77Hi Jarviti T 109 109Martinez 22 Hi 13 3S Martinez P 22 22Ycargin 220 21 30 32 137 Ycargin 5 18 18llniipel 187 21 23 23 120 11 llniipel J 01 01Barnes 18 11 10 32 20 Barnes K 108 108Gross 17 10 15 57 16 Gross C 115 115Rowe 17 17 13 8 15 Rowe II 175 175Roberts Hi 22 18 19 09 Roberts J 04 04Hunt Hi J2 14 52 17 Hunt F 0 0Mooncy 00 Hi 10 12 52 18 Mooncy J J 125 125Thompson 15 Hi 0 53 12 Thompson C 107 107Karrott 13 14 IS 152 12 Karrott N 40 40Ponce 12 4 Ponce C 3 3Whittington 33 11 10 Whittington O 07 H 0 Hinphy W 8 8King 80 11 8 King H 57 57Fvdtfii 11 7 7US Fvdtfii N U ULyko US HI 9 Lyko L 41 S W 10 84 48 Winning Two-Year-Old History: Ten Leaders Of Sixteen Years of Racing--Colin The Largest Money Earner--Performances Of The Leaders From 1905 To 1920 WINNING TWO YEAR OLD HISTOR Y TEN LEADERS OF SIXTEEN YEARS OF RACING COLIN COLINTHE THE LARGEST MONEY EARNER PERFORMANCES PERFORMANCESOF OF THE LEADERS FROM 1905 TO 1920 Grouping the names of the ten leading moneywinning twoyearolds of each year from 1003 to 1920 epitomizes much of the racing glory of those years The winners of the greatest sums were not always the best racers of their age and years nor even are the best twoyearolds always the Ixst threeyearolds of their succeeding years However of the greatest money winners Colin in 1907 Sir Martin in 1008 Sweep in 1909 Novelty in 19JO Old Rosebud in 1913 Regret in ll 14 Campfire in 1010 Sun Briar in 1017 and Man o War in 1010 were champions of their resi ective years Highclass young horses they were Colin and Man o War being two of the best seen here or in any other land landBurgomaster Burgomaster was probably best in 1905 but the partisans of Mohawk II claimed tlfat honor for the good San ford colt In 1906 Electioneer won the big money but Salviderc was the real champion of that year even though such swells as Ballot and Peter Pan have to be taken into account He was beaten by Fountainbluc in his first race but after that unlucky start in racing was invincible and was a won ¬ derfully good twoyrarold but was a gelding It results that he is forgotten now while Ballot and Peter Pan still live in their admirable sons and daughters daughtersBallot Ballot was poor in 1011 and while Worth was the chief money winner and a good colt it is quite probable The Manager was his master They never met so the matter was not tested Helios and Hawthorn divided honors in 191 but Helios led in money won Both were exceedingly fast but lacking in stamina Leochares was their nearest rival ami is still playing an honorable part in our racing Some racingSome remarkably fast twoyearolds were out in 1018 Of these Eternal won high fame and the most money but taking the circumstances of their respective carvers into consideration Billy Kelly must IK awarded the palm of superiority This is not overlooking the fact that Kternal gave Billy Kelly a lick ¬ ing on the occasion of their only clash This was in the 10000 added John It McLean Cup at Laurel October 28 Bach carried It pounds and running its threequarters in 112 Ktenial won bv a short head with Billy Kelly gaining steadily but too late Billy Kellys better and real form was shown when he earned 135 pounds to victory in the Grab Bag Handicap at Saratoga and ran its threequarters in 111 111Man Man o War overshadowed everything in 1910 There is every reason to hold that the best twoyear olds of last year were of superior class classHere Here are the great moneywinning twoyearolds since 1504 Horse HorseBurgomaster 2d 3d Unp Won Burgomaster 0 0 2 30500 Onnondale 0 2 0 35660 Mohawk II 0 0 1 1101 Jacobite 2 3 4 20060 Security 0 2 4 20850 Kdna Jackson 1 t 5 1797r George C Bennett 11 Ii 3 t 1 17071 Running Water It 4 2 2 3 17390 Horse lid 3d Tup Won Klectionecr 301 53701 Salvidere 1 o o 5ios5 Water Pearl 2 ti 3 42560 Court Dress DressBallot 1 0 0 31094 Ballot 3 3 3 to 2o Peter Pan 111 29650 De Mund 4 2 2 28600 Oran 2 03 26835 Kentucky Beau Fountainlilue 1907 Horse HorseColin Sts 1st 2d 3d tTnp Won Colin 12 12 0 0 0 131007 Stamina 8 3 1 0 4 29265 Jim Gaffney GaffneyCohort 14 3 5 1 4 25445 Cohort Incle Fair Play Chapultepcc Meelick 4 3 S 1483 King James Koyul Vane 19D8 Horse HorseSir Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won Sir Martin 13 8 I II 1 78590 Maskette Ii 5 1 0 33140 Helmet 8 4 1 2 1 3192ij Trance 215 16 7 2 t 281471 Fayette 11 2 2 43 28050 Melisandu 1 0 1 J4900 Kdward 124 11223 Fit5 Herbert HerbertMediant 5 3 2 1373S Mediant 2 2 2 11490 Lee Rose 1 1 1 10850 1909 Horse HorseSweep Sts 1st 2d 3 l Unp Won Sweep 21 0 Rocky OBrien OBrienWaldo Waldo 13 s Ocean Bound ii 4 o Greenvale 12 4 3 Flying Squirrel Radium Star Schoolmarm Faimtlcroy Dunau Horse HorseNovelty Sts 1st 2d 3il Unp Won Novelty it 2 1 72130 Bashti S ii 0 0 272V Naushon 13 Ii Round the World WorldTextile 21 12 Textile 11 3 Footprint Iron Mask Semprolus 4 3 13245 Babbler I 7 111505 Zeus 1911 1911Sts Horse HorseWorth Sts 1st 2d Worth 13 10 1 Mfisant 17 10 2 The Manager ManagerAyiade 3 4 0 Ayiade 20 10 3 Calisse AldebaranCalisse Aldebaran Lady Ran kin 20 13 Froglegs 31 r Presumption 21 9 4 Lady Lightning 14 4 4 Horse HorseHelios Sts 1st 2d Helios 10 R 1 Hawthorn 10 14 3 Leochares 23 11 4 Gowell 34 7 C Yankee Notions 17 S 3 Rock View 13 5 3 lllngling 31 10 12 Miss Killtli 31 9 ii iitil Briar Path til i P The Widow Moon 13 7 u Id M Unp Won 2 0 0 19057 000 15880 Horse HorseRegret Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won Regret 3 3 II O 0 17390 Trojan 5 1 0 ifiofio Comely 14 4 i 1 3 14400 Pebbles 2 2 14325 Luke Sea Shell High Noon Kd Crump Chalmers Iidy Barhary 1915 1915Sts Horse Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won Dominant 32 0 0 18945 Thunderer 3 3 0 0 0 17385 Dodge 17 10 4 J 2 11355 George Smith SmithBulse 12 9 0 0 3 10140 Bulse Ii 5 0 King Neptune 23 S Ii Blaekic Daw DawIlromo 15 9 3 Ilromo Ormesdale Gillies 191C Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won 0 t 4 73ri 2 2 U57iO 00 141514 39 11 It 4 13 8330 1 11 2 i 0 3 S050 30 Ii 5 5 14 7855 0 0 7350 1 N 7230 1 3 70U 1 5 45015 Sts 1st 2d Unp Won 2 1 S50505 Tipplty Witehet 0 1 17403 Jack Haro Jr JrLncnllitc t 5 14800 Lncnllitc 1 1 12070 Rosie OGrady 9SOO Gipsy Queen 8 IS War Cloud i 4 1 Viva America 12 8 0 1918 1918Sts Horse HorseKternal Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won Kternal S ii 1 0 1 55137 Billy Kelly 17 14 0 1 33783 iMmboyne 0 t 32030 Hannibal 1 i 10725 Colonel Livingston LivingstonS 1 2 iytr S wet p On 2 i 167 Klfin Queen 0 2 1503li Lord Brighton 2 7 15lil War Pennant 1 3 14020 Pen Rose 1 0 10US4 1919 1919Sts Horse HorseMan Sts 1st 2d 3d Unp Won Man o War 10 1 0 0 83325 Miss Jemima 12 S o 1 3 20055 Constancy 13 5 3 2 3 10194 On Watch 13 5 3 0 r 18417 Bonnie Mary 7 3 2 0 2 15600 Blazes 2 2 13260 Dominique 1 0 1140S Marjorie Hyncs 2 4 10216 Canuandale 3 11 OSSt Cotton Blossom 0 1 9S20 1920 Horse HorseTrystor Sts 1st 2J 3d Unp Won Trystor 0 0 4002 Leonardo II 0 0 35078 Careful 0 4 34583 Prudery 0 t 2o050 Baby Grand 4 5 20183 Behave Yourself 1 3 17975 Grey Lag 13 4 2 2 17202 17202It Believe Lllo Hour HourStar 10 4 It f 17103 Star Voter 3 16452 Rangoon Starter Osborne Failing: Stricken Turf Official Unconscious and Losing Strength.;Shreveport Deserted by Followers of Racing--Near Ninety Horses Shipped to Mobile. STARTER OSBORNE FAILING Stricken Turf Official Uncon ¬ scious and Losing Strength Shreveport Deserted by Follow ¬ ers of Racing Near Ninety Horses Shipped to Mobile SHRKVKPORT La March 6 Starter lames Oslmrnes condition is much worse tmlay and his attending physicians fear that the end is near He has been unconscious inissibly all of the time since stricken with the exception of a brief period when h became semiconscious His strength is fast leaving him A specialist was called in consul ¬ tation today and heroic measures will be resorted to in an effort to save his life lifeMost Most of the layers who operated here will go lo Hot Springs for a rest after a strenuous experience which began last Thanksgiving day at New Orleans A few of them reaped a profit in the Crescent Pity but every odds qnoter here wound iip with a deficit deficitTin Tin race meeting which ended hen yesterday made a distinctly favorable impression on the busi ¬ ness men of the community and they are loud in their praise of the sport W R Ilirseh who is prominent in trade circles in this section issued a statement this morning in which he said that the racing not only brought considerable advertisement for the city of Shreveport but a heavy volume of business activity also alsoW W II Rovve who was responsible for the Shreveport meeting becoming a reality plans to send one carload of his horses to Bowie while a second will go direct to Havre dtr Grace 11 lU wv horses wilt leave here March 15 15There There was a general exodus of racing people from here today Mobile Louisville Baltimore and New York being the chief objective points So heavy were the departure that it was found necessary to add additional sleeping cars to the regular trains and by tomorrow tin entire turf colony will hare left Judging from the large number who went to Mobile tin meeting at that place which is scheduled to open on next Thursday wilt he of greater interest than was expected expectedJohn John Carey who is looking after the shipment of horses to the Alabama city sent ten carloafis there today at noon and several others left last night There will be about ninety horses all told go from here while others will lx sent over from Jeffer on Park New Orleans to participate in the meeting meetingAll All the officials who served at the local meeting have gone Judge Joseph A Murphy will preside in the stand at Mobile while racing secretary J It Campbell will hold the same position there thereWash Wash Xorvell and judge J Monck left today for Hot Springs Ark to spend a months vacation National Hunts Business: Licenses to Trainers and Jockeys--Brook Handicap Conditions Approved. NATIONAL HUNTS BUSINESS Licenses to Trainers and Jockeys Brook Han ¬ dicap Conditions Approved XKW YORK X Y March 15 At a meeting of the executive1 committee of the National Steeplcclnise and Hunt Association last Thursday the following licenses were granted grantedJockeys Jockeys N Brooks R IL Crawford A Campbell and TaylorTrainers Wallace Taylor Trainers James Beamish Joseph Brooks Jr J Carroll Barney L Cole T J Donohue C II Doug ¬ las J Woods Garth II William Garth Joseph Grandl J Hastings and K 5 Heidcr HeidcrThe The application of T 0 Moore for a trainers li ¬ cense was tabled tabledCertificates Certificates as gentlemen riders were granted to Herbert It Furse and William It Martin The application of G Fred Alpers was approved subject to the approval of the Hunts committee committeeThe The conditions of the Brook Handicap Steeple ¬ chase to which the Westchester Racing Association will add 10000 were approved approvedA A report was received from the rules commit tee and the revision and amendments were ordered pub ¬ lished in the Racing Calendar for consideration at the next meeting of the Iroard of stewards stewardsThe The following applieations as authorized agents were approved J Carroll for J W McClelland I F De Butts for General J A Buchanan T J Donohne for Mrs F Ambrose Clark William Gartli for Ral Parr J W Garth II for William Garth Samuel Jones for CII Douglas J T Kennath for R B Strassbcrger J Howard Lewis for J K Widencr W L Powers for J T Gwathmey Green tret Stable J K WIdener and Ral Pan G R Tompkins for K M Weld Promising Kentucky Derby Colt PROMISING KENTUCKY DERBY COLT LOUISVILLK Ky March 15 Here is a real dark horse for the Kentucky Derby John S Reardon Montfort Jones bought him last year from John W Schorr after he had been hammered around the circuit In twentysis races winning nine of them It took a colt of great stamina to stand this drilling as he was sent along through all kinds of going but camo out of it sound and well Mr Jones has placed him in the cipable hands of Cal Milani who fitted DerbyJohn Exterminator for his Derby John S Reardon has furnished into a splendid tlireeyeirold and is a credit to his sire the Fu ¬ turity winner Odmondale which is in the stud at Hamburg Place and in which Mr Jonea owns a half interest Senator J N Camdens Rangoon is also in the Milani stable and the trials of these Derby candidates over the Lexington track will be watched with a great deal of interest interestSenator Senator Camden has only one entry in the Ken ¬ tucky Derby but he has added the filly Bcttina and Dark Ben to the Latonin Derby list Bettina ran last year like a stayer and Dark Ben which Is one of the last of Ben Brushs promises u marked improvement over JilY twoyearilil form Page 2 DAILY RACING FORM Daily During Winter Months Dally Except Monday Balance of the Tear DAILY RACING FORM PUBLISHING CO 441 PLYMOUTH COURT CHICAGO ILL 157159 E 32nd ST NEW YORK CITY 74 EXCHANGE STREET BUFFALO N Y Entered as secondclass 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curried Indicates apprentice allowance 1 T rlRST RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purso 700 3yoarolds ami f C JL Q O upward Claiming Net value to winner 550 second 100 third 50 Index Horses t H c i 71 ink 2 isj W Kolsay J Lowo S1 3 sl 21 A Tryon i Uurton 33093 PLAXTARKDK wsit 5 115 U 5 3 = 1 Domick H AV Plant G C 6 2i C5 53101 STILETTO wii 5 IDS 7 71 i k 41 K LcasterH Shields fi fi C 2J C5 53147 TREADAVKLL wuJIO 4 C 1s 1 I4 55 J Dreyer WilliamH Bro 10 10 10 4 2 5315 FRANK BURKE vs fi 110 1 5 2l 2 45 G F Hunt C R Smith 10 10 10 4 2 2Sims Sims SHORTYS FIRST a S3 5 7 4 CJ 7J 7i H BrydgesMarianau Stable 2J 21 2i 1 12 33007 WHITE CROWN WB 112 HI 81 SJ S 3 AV MeehanEl Morro Stable S S S 3 S5 53121 BELLMATX WB 4 107 S 2 5 9 9 3 f Smith C H SpraKUe 20 20 20 S 4 Time 23 48 l15ls Track fast mutucls paid Avi R 00 straight S300 place 310 show Trelitiuo 1090 place 020 show Plautarede 590 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Ava R ISO to 100 straight SO to 100 place 33 to 100 show Trentino 443 to 100 phtec 210 to 100 show Phintarede 193 lo 100 show showWinner Winner Kr t by Ivan the Terrible Claudia by Star ICnby trained by J Lowe hred by Mr Fred ¬ erick 1 Knight KnightWent Went to post at 233 At post 3 minutes Start good and slow AVon easily second and third driv hig AVA It began slowly but worked up her way steadily on the outside and finishing with a rush was casing np at the end TItKXTIXO ran a game race but finished driving hard to outstay PLAX TAUKDK Tin latter made up ground and finished fast STILETTO finished with a rush after closing a big gap TRKADWKLL net a good pace to tlie last eighth and tired tiredScratched Scratched 53139 Kl Coronel llii 03079 Hosier 109 0309S James G 110 110Overweights Overweights Ava It H pounds SECOND RACE 34 MUe Jan 8 1920 lll 102 Purse 700 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 550 second 100 third 50 Index Hors H 2 st Str Fin Jockeys Owrurs O HOP S SO SFLYIXG FROG n 109 s 2 C Borel C Leydecker LeydeckerA 2 2J 2i 1 12 12S5 309 MAJOR DOMO w 5 115 7 1 1rSl47 A picluls JJ AlVare S5 S5 85 3 13 13r rSl47 SYBlL w 7 110 4 S SriHOJtl Fields AV H Hall r 5 r 2 i riHOJtl RAAIEAl wli 3 115 S 7 1 PelialverH K Davis 15 15 15 6 t 3314 33147SREDLAXD SREDLAXD wi 9 lir 3 0 4J 4 = 4i 5k j Domick G Holmes 222 71013 10473 DOUBLE EYE wi 4 111 1 3 I1 1 1J AV MeehanT H oil Re 15 10 12 5 21 5307 LIGHT FTAST1C wit 3 102 2 I fill 7 7J R LcasterA D Worley 7 7 7 2J a C5 5309 BIG IDEA wi 4 105 G 5 71 fink S S J Smith G C Denny 10 10 10 4 1 2 2Time Time 23 48 115 Track fast fastif2 if2 mutuels paid Flying Frog 010 straight 310 place flSH show MajorKomo WJ 0 place 320 sliow Sybil 440 show showKiiniviilent Kiiniviilent liookiiiR odds FlyiiiR Feds 243 to 100 straight 33 to 100 place 43 to 100 show Major Domo 75 to 100 place 00 to 100 show Sybil 120 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Froglegs Flying Colors by Star Shoot trained by V L Leydecker bred by Messrs Keeiie it Schorr SchorrWent Went to post at 303 At post 4 minutes Start j l and slow Won driving second and third tho same FIAIXtJ FIJOC raced close up from the start and in a same finish outstayed MAJOR DOMO at the end The latter ran a ROIM race and was sore when oiiifr to the post SY1JIL closed up Rroniid and finished with a rush KKDLAXI was caught in a jam soon after the start and was pulled up RAMKAU closed a bin sap DOP1JLK KYK set a fast early pace and tired as if short shortOverwciKhts OverwciKhts Lijiht Fantastic 4 pounds CA THIRD RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Purse 700 4yearolds and 5O O JLOVf upward Claiming Net value to winner 550 second 100 third 50 Index Hors AAVtlPSt Ji i i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H U I S 5U891 ASSUMPTION wu f 110 24 I1 lt 1 = ink A Pickens J S AAhatley 3 3 1 12 1253084BYRNE 53084BYRNE wu 5 10V 1 5 3U u nk G Fields Rosedale Stable C fi C 2 1 1C30C C30C THE BLUE DUKEwis 5 1U01 6 2 2i 2i 2 = 3i v Kelsay El Morro Stable 2J 21 21 1 12 8020AMERN EAGLE w U 111 S 7 7 7 = 4l 4 J Smith K Mock 777 21 G5 53009 SALVO 5 IDS 3 3 41 I1 0s 5l J Francis 1 Walters 2 21 21 1 12 53104 = HARLOCK w J 105 4 S oi 5s 5k G1 F Wilson J H Moody 2J 21 21 1 12 53125 HARAX wu 4 107 5 6 k 61 71 71 J Domick K C Griffith 20 20 20 S 4 4531B4IIOPE 531B4IIOPE we G SO 7 1 S S 8 S C Parrish D B Jones 50 50 50 20 10 10Time Time 23 47 113 Track fast 1 mutuels paid Assumption JfSoO straight 480 place 320 show ISyrne 1330 place oOO show Tho Itlue Duke 330 sliow sliowKquivaleut Kquivaleut l ookiiiR odds Assumption 300 to 100 straight 140 to 100 place CO to 100 show Kyrne 505 to 100 place 17 to 100 show The IJlue Duke M to 100 show showWinner Winner Ur K by Jack Atkin Arrogance by Golden Maxim trained by J S AVhatley bred by Mr J MacManus MacManusWent Went to post tit 327 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third tlm snwe ASSUMPTION stumbled and went to his knees at the start but recovered iiuickly and rushing to the front set a fast pace and tired in the last sixteenth I5YRNK finished fast and gaining and would have won in another stride T1IK ILIK DITKK raced in closest pursuit to the stretch and tired SALAO was cased up when entering the homestretch HAIJLOCK could never get up AMEU1CAX EAGLE ran a good race raceScratched Scratched r 3114P 3114Piliir iliir Cub 100 52951 Huford 100 53126 Stepson 113 113Overweights Overweights Hope 3 pounds Haran 1 The Illue Duke I1 CrOj Og FOURTH RACE 34 Mile Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 Pardo Handicap Purse 900 OO JLO J 3yearolds and upward Net value to winner 700 second 125 third 75 Index Horse Str Fin Jockeys Owners O H 0 P S BRIAERSIDE w 7 112 2 2f 4 3 = 21 A Pickens Armenia Stable 55521 f 3138 DIFFERT EYES 5 100 4 4r3102 21 21 31 21 AV Kelsay J D Millin 4 44 854 854S r3102 = B OF ELlXTWXw t 5 114 5 S 71 C1 Sn j Hoffler T Hoffler 0 C G 2 1 1I 53 138 LAST OXE w 3 107 3 I Is 1s 41 J Francis J Walters 71071071013 1 1i 53 83KORAX rio 1 i 4 k 4 = rU G Fields H Herdel 4 4 4 S5 4 4J 3070 MAYOR HOUSE w 5 107 7 J 5 51 = F Ail on C H Gilroy S 8 X S 53082 PEX ELOPE w4 MS 6 5 Jb 5 7 F Hunt J Gentler 15 15 15 U 3 31U HELEX ATKIX wu rt 103 SI 71 S 7 k s j Smith J T Buckley 15 15 15 G 3 3Time Time 23 47 112 Track fast fastSi Si mutuels paid Riverside 2380 straight 970 place i70 show Ijiffereiit Kyes 30 place 4 0 show Belle of Klizabethtown SSO show Kquivalent booking odds Kiverside 10JIO to 10O straight 385 to 100 place 1ST to 100 sliow Differ ¬ ent Eyes 21 to 100 Jdace 130 to 100 show Relic of Flizabethtown 190 to 100 show showWinner Winner Ch g by Von Tromp Uosegal by Jlveston trained by AY A Carter bred by Mr 1arker Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 3i3 At post 4 minutes Start good and slow Won driving second and third the same RIVKItSlDK after being saved close up to the stretch finished fast and gamely and outstayed DIFFKKKNT KYKS at the end The later came wide when entering the home stretch but finished with n rush JtKLLE OF KLIA1JKTI1TOWN began slowly but closed a big gap and made a remarkably fast finish LAST OXK tired of setting a great pace and racing into a long lead KORAX ran a fast half and tired Overweights Ienelope 3 pounds CrO CO FIFTH RACE 1 116 Miles Feb 3 1918 l44ls 3 92 First Running UNION tOJLO f CLUB HANDICAP 3000 Added 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 3100 second 600 third 200 Index Horses AAVtPPStli Ji vi Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II 0 P S 3070tMATIXEE IDOL w 0 114 1 1 G fi 5 = Ill1 1 KenndyM Gpldblatt 53070 WALXKT HALL 7 10 4 4 41 41 2 2 2 A Pickins Armenia Stable 21 21 21 710out VSIOI JOSGOOD 5100 3 2 3nk 5 31 3 = 3 R LcasterT Doyle 4441 out outrSlOJJMUMBO rSlOJJMUMBO JfMIO 7112 5 5 I1 1 4 k 4l 4 1 C Borel T Doyle 4441 out 312751PASTOUREAU w 5 10S G li 2 3h 5 = 5 L Penman M Goklblatt 71071012 13 out outu2533WAR u2533WAR ZOXE wn 5 111 2 3 5 2 6 G F Hunt R T NIckerson 4441 out fCoupled as M Goldblatt entry jtoiipled entryjtoiipled as T Doyle entry entryTime Time 24 48V 113 139 145 Track fast 2 mutuels paid M Coldblatt entry 330 straight 240 place AValmtt Hall 310 place no show nitltuels sold Equivalent booking odds M Coldblatt entry T t 100 straight 20 to 100 place Walnut Hall r 5 to 100 place placeWinner Winner I g by All Cold Matinee by Iroomstick trained by M Coldblatt bred by Mr Harry Payne Whitney WhitneyWent Went to post at 420 At post 2 minutes Start good and slow AVoii handily second and third driv ¬ ing MATIXKK IDOL was far back in the early running but moved up with a rush after rounding the far turn and racing into the lead in the stretch won ridden out WALNUT HALL ran an excellent race and won pressing the winner hard at tin finish OSCOOI raced to his best form and finished resolutely MTM1K JCMRO tired after setting a good pace to the far tnUi and tired WAR XONE raced into the lead but tired and was eased up when beaten Overweights Osgood 4 pounds STO OO SIXTH RACE 1 Mile and 50 Yards March 6 1918 141 5 117 Purse 700 t O JLOO 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 550 second 100 third 50 Index llors AWtlPSt Vi 9i Str Fin Jockeys O H C P r3I4PUXCTLAL w i 100 S G 1i 2 4 4s Il G Fields R D Carter 63 G5 G5 25 15 153llfiCHIMERA 3llfiCHIMERA ws 5 108 7 31 4 31 2 21 R L caster F At HerolU 3 3 3 1 12 33 12K AIGRETTE wi 5 10 li 1 2 1 Ill1 3 F AVilson G Price 41 41 4i S5 45 455aiiVJsSEM 5aiiVJsSEM STALUART S 110 4 S 71 7 G1 4 J Francis J C Eaton 3J Si 31 6035 6035r r aOIOlXCIXERATOR w 4 100 1 2 5U k iji 51 55 c Parrish I AVrispen 5 5321 53 1 50 AVAR TAX WU 5 103 5 7 4 3 21 31 fil II RobsonF Delbarriu 15 15 15 G 3 3oSlfiOJ oSlfiOJ ALFD CLARK wr 4 102 2 4 G 5 i 51 7 = 7 L Penman T Modgo 8883 85 8503103TIM 03103TIM J HOGAX w G 103 3 3 S S S S S j Smith G Warwick 10 10 10 4 2 2Time Time 23 48 115 141 144 Track fast ruiituels paid Punctual S700 straight 480 place 390 show Chimera 430 place 330 show Aigrette 400 show showKiinivalent Kiinivalent booking odds Punctual 230 to 100 straight 140 to 100 place 93 to 100 show Chimera 1 3 to 100 place 73 to 100 show Aigrette 100 to 100 show AV inner 1 f by Fayette Consistent by Calore trained by R D Carter bred bv Messrs Morris Walden WaldenWent Went to post at 440 At post 1 minute Start gooil and fast AVon easily second and third driving PIXCTlAL took the load at once but was taken back and saved to the stretch then came on fast and racing ino the lead won going away CUIMKRA raced forwardly throughout and made a game finish AHtRETTE raced into the lead on the backstretch hut tired in the stretch drive SEMPER STALWART closed a gap and finished with a rush AVAR TAX quit in the stretch Cl SEVENTH RACE 1 Milo and 50 Yards March G 1918 141 5 117 Purse 700 5O O JLOTc 3yearolds and upward Claiming Net value to winner 550 second 100 third 50 Index Horses AAVtPPSt 14 = i Str Fin Jockeys Owners O II 0 P S 53097 CHEFA 9fi e 4 4 = 41 2t 2s I F Wilson G B Foley 53i7THE EXQKER wii 3 2 2 V2i l Il l t r L Peni an T Doyle 71071071013 1G 1G53136JAKE 53136JAKE FELD wit 4 107 3 S S til 4 = 3 3 G Fie Is K J Sullivan 20 25 25 S 4 53103HUXTRESS w 10 110 1 1 31 3h 5it I ij Kel ay J J McCafferty 4 41 41 S5 45 4551018MISERICORDE 51018MISERICORDE WK 5 110 5 7 71 S 6 r = l W Me hanC J Hurrah 10 12 12 5 21 53125 JOE WHIPPLE wsn 1 K 7 J 51 5 7 51 F Hui G C Denny 15 20 20 X 4 453137PERIGOURDIXE 53137PERIGOURDIXE w 6 105 4 1 2 3i 7l 71 R Lc sterKontraere F Stb H 0 i 21 05 530S7 = LGHG EYES II w 5 103 S 5 Gl 7U g s 8 J Smith W R Padgett S S S S5 Time 23 47 113 139 l43ii Track fast 2 mutuels paid Chefti 510 straight 2iO place 270 show The inquirer 200 place 310 show Jake Fcld 1100 show showEquivalent Equivalent booking odds Chefa 155 to 100 straight 30 to 100 place 35 to 100 show The Enquirer 10 to 100 place 55 to 100 show Jake Feld 451 to 100 show Winner Br f by Hessian Old Squaw by Adsiiu trained by T McBride bred by Mr John E Madden MaddenWent Went to post at 511 At post 5 minutes Start good and slow Won easily second and third driv ¬ ing CHEFA was saved close up until after rounding far turn where she began to gain and coming fast through the stretch raced into a cantering load THE 12NQUIUKR showed much speed and raced into the lead on the backstntcli but gave way when challenged by the winner JAKE FKL1 closed a big gap In the hist half and finished resolutely HlXTItKSS raced gamely and finished close up PKlsicorrtDIXK quit after setting the early pace and racing well to the stretch stretchOverweights Overweights The Enquirer 1 pound Joe AVhipple 3 Chefa 1 Mlsuricorde 2 Havana HAVANA The horses which seem best in Monitors races Havana Cuba March 6 1921 1 Squaw Chief Oslolle Navisco 2 Fleer Presumption Frascuelo 3 Currency Cavan Boy Hnvanna 4 Fireworth Emma J Night Wind 5 Blazonry White Hayen Clare Boothe CANDLE LIGHT Exhorter Natural NaturalT T K Lynch LynchXevr Xevr Yorlc IImilieai 1 Squaw Chief Flaxy Mae Ostelle Bitter BitterBiting Biting 2 Frascuelo Fleer Hemlock Fickle Fancy 3 CURRENCY Cavan Boy Red Gold Stone t Fireworth Whipuonrwill Nfsht Wind WindEmma Emma J Monomoy White Haven Bounding Through ThroughIudr Iudr Hester 0 Natural Candle Light Buford Exliortef ExliortefChicago Chicago siml linflalo limn leaps 1 SQlAW CHIEF Flaxy Mae Ostello Fannie While 2 Floor Frascnelo Juanila III Presumption 3 Currency Ravanna Molinoro Coca Cola 4 Whippoorwill Fireworth Night Wind Zoic r White ilavcn Blazonry Bounding Through ThroughIiely Iiely Hester 0 Natural Elmont Caudle Light Buford BufordObKcrvcrs ObKcrvcrs Handicap 1 SQUAW CHIEF Ostelle Navisco Bitter Biting 2 Frascuelo Fleer Presumption Fickle Fancy 3 Currency Bill Hunley Ravanna Molinero 4 Fireworth Night Wind Emma T Whippoor ¬ will Blazonry White Haven BohernaBreeim El Coronci 0 Elmont Natural Candle Light Kxhorter KxhorterConsensus Consensus of Handicaps 1 SQUAW CHIEF Ostellr Flaxy Mae Navisco Fleer Frascuelo Presumption Fickle Fancy 3 Currency Cavan Boy Ravanna Molinero 4 Firoworth WliippoorwIII Nicht Wind Emma J ii Blazonry Monomoy White Haven Bounding BoundingThrough Through V Xntifral Candle Light Elmont Exhorter First Foal Prejudice: Biometrical Problem Considered Under Light of Records.; Figures Rather Sustain the Arguments Against Average Quality of First-Borns. FIRST FOAL PREJUDICE Biometrical Problem Considered Under Light of Records j Figures Rather Sustain the Argu ments Against Average Qual ¬ ity of FirstBorns j Here is a most Interesting thoughtful and ana ¬ lytical article by Maiikato the turf expert of tho Manchester Sporting Chronicle ChronicleThe The Stud Books afford a pplendid field for the study and solution of biometrical problems and one of these problems is the detcrminaton of rela ¬ tive value of first foals For example Brown argues that first foals are not equal in racing merit to those of subsequent birth rank rankWhereupon Whereupon loncs replies that the extensive list of first foals which have distinguished themselves on the turf conveys the impression that there are no grounds for presuming inferiority of firstborns firstbornsA A heated argument follows accompanied by the citation of the names of many celebrities Tones says What about Touchstone Filho da Puta Melbourne Satirist Tlie Baron Daniel ORourko Wild Dayrell Favonius Wool Winder Rock Sand and Gay Crusader all excepting Melbourne Derby and St Legor winners and first foals Then there was Vedette a firstborn and Snrefoot and Bon digo and Hampton too Werent they good enough V VPretty Pretty fair says Brown but you have for ¬ gottenall about Tlie Flying Dutchman Voltigour Newminster StoekweH Thotmanby Caller On Lord Clifdon Blair Athol Gladlateur Lord Ljpn Achievement Wenlock Marie Stuart Doncaster Bond Or Ormonde Petrarch Melton La Fleche Isinglass Persimmon Flying Fox Sceptre Pretty Polly Payardo Swynford Lemberg Cicero Orby Tracery Prince Palatine Pominern Gainsborough Keysoe Runstar and Grand Parade to say nothing of Isonomy Galopiu St Simon and The Tetrarch Not one of them was a first foal foalNotwithstanding Notwithstanding this formidable list Tones rely ¬ ing on the loose arguments of the essayists remains unconvinced and Brown on the other hand retires unshaken in his prejudice against first foals Neither has done anything to solve the problem problemIt It never seems to occur to either of the partisans that every mare that breeds at all must have a first foal She need not necessarily produce a second and the chances of her bringing forth a third fourth fifth sixth seventh eighth and so on become less with each succeeding birth rank until it readies zero Brown it will be observed swamps Tones by an aggregation of birth ranks ranksThat That is he pits all the subsequent foajs against the firstborns which wont satisfy the biometri cian In fact both Brown and Tones fail to lock nt the question from a point of expectancy K very fertile niare has a first foal therefore it follows that if firstborns are as good as the latter off ¬ spring then they should numerically be equal and in some cases far exceed the foals of any other birth rank In any given list of great winners winnersLet Let us now apply this test to the Derby mid St Leger for tlie past sixty years The two races give 1Jl winners including the deadheaters Harvester and St Cation for the Derby of 1SSJ Certain horses won both races and therefore are counted twice DERBY AND ST LEGER WINNERS 18601919 18601919First First foals Gay Crusader 2 Rock Sand 2 Wool AVInder Favonius total six winners winnersSecond Second foals Gainsborough 2 Spearmint Sain ¬ foin Ayrshire Mellon 4J Shotover Kingcraft Plair Athol 2 Hermit Troutbeck Cliallacombe Seabreeze Wenlock Pert Gomez St Albans total eighteen eighteenThird Third foals Aboynur Tagalio Orby Flying Fox 2 Donovan li Blue Gown Gladiatctir J Bayardo Wildfowler The Lamkin Robert the Devil lannotte total fifteen fifteenFourth Fourth foals Fifinella Lemberg Minorn Per ¬ simmon 2 Merry Hampton St Gatien Sir Bcvys George Frederick Dnncastcr Crcmormv Dunhar II Signorinetta Black Tester Tracery Prince Pala ¬ tine Pretty Polly Doricles Kilwarlin Dutch Oven Craig Millar Hawthornden Formosa Caller On otnl twentyfour Fifth foals Sunstur Cicero Sr Amant Or ¬ monde 2 Iroqnois 2 Kisber Hurry On Night Hawk Your Majesty Lord Clifden total twelve twelveSisth Sisth foals Pommern 2 Galteo Morn 2 Sir Visto 2 Harvester St Bhiise Kettledrum Kcy soe Rayon dOr Apology total twelve twelveSeventh Seventh foals Grand Parade Common 2 Scf ton Lord Lyoii 2 total six sixEighth Eighth foals Volodyovski Diamond Jubilee 2 Isinglass 2 Sir Hugo Btnd Or Thormanby Swynford Memoir Achievement total eleven elevenNinth Ninth fols Caractacus Sceptre Throstle La Fleche Ossian Petrarch Hannah The Marquis i total eight eightTenth Tenth foals Aril Patrick Ladns Silvio 2 Galopin Macaroni total six sixEleventh Eleventh foals Mariu Stuart total one oneTwelfth Twelfth foals Joddah total one oneSixteenth Sixteenth foals Pretender total one oneNUMBER NUMBER OF FOALS IN EACH BIRTH RANK RANKCounting Counting the dual winners twice the mares which bred tlie above 121 Derby and St Legcr victors produced 120S offspring distributed as fol ¬ lows s regards birth rank I should add that horses which were foaled abroad are counted as the last offspring of their respective dams for tho purpose of this investigation Thus Gladiateurs dam is only reckoned as having had three and Tra ¬ cerys dam four foals Favonius was the sole off ¬ spring of his dam Zephyr ZephyrAll All the other mares appearing in the Stud Book as brood marcs and enteriiiij into the data with which wo are concerned have had their full num ¬ ber of foals assigned to thorn up to 1010 which was the latest year for birth of a horse or mare qualified to take part in the Derby or St Legor of last year 1st foals 121 Uth foals HO HO2nd HO2nd 2nd foals 120 12th foals 13 13ird 13ird ird foals 115 ISth foals U U4th 4th foals 112 Hili foals v 21 21rth rth foals lOfl irth foals M Mtith tith foals 107i ICth foals 8 87th 7th foals 0 17lh foals C CSth Sth foals i ISth foals 9th foals S3 19th foals 1 130th 30th foals 71 71The The next step is to determine how each birth rank lias fulfilled its numerical obligations We can see at a glance that the winning first foals as judged by aggregates are beaten by every birth rank back to the seventh The eighth and ninth foals have also a higher winning incidence than the first foals But something more informative is required than can be gleaned from aggregates aggregatesTHE THE ANTICIPATED AND ACTUAL We want to know how far each birth rank has exceeded or fallen behind expectation Tlie answer may be obtained by multiplying tlie total number of foals in eaOli birth rank by 121 and dividing the iprodnco by 120S Having done this the expected winners and actual winners in each birth rank are placed side by Hide thus thusExpected Expected Actual Winners I 1st foills foills2nd C 2nd foals foals 1th foals foals5th 5th foals foalsfith fith foals foals7th 7th foals foalsSth Sth fouls fouls0th 0th fouls fouls10th 10th foals foalsllth llth foals foals12th 12th fouls fouls13th 13th foals foals4th 4th foals foalsnth nth foals foalslith lith foals 71 h foals foalsSth Sth foals foalsIJth IJth foals The numbers with which we are dealiiig arc somewhat small and hence the actual winners plot out into a not too regular curve Still they show so far as the Derby and St Legcr of the last sixty years arc concerned that first foals have been nt a marked disadvantages as compared with the second third fourth fifth and sixth offspring offspringTlie Tlie sqventh eighth rifntli and tenth come fairly closeto expectancy i e when the curve is leveled out to the mean between tlie seventh and eighth fonls and have done much better relatively and actually than first fonls We sec then from this investigation that the prejudice against first foals is not altogether unfounded It is of course true that a marc is less likely to be suitably mated in her first tliah in her sub ¬ sequent stud years but after allowing for this factor there still remains u balance against first foals as compared with the second third fourth f if Hi and sixth birth ranks ranksIt It may be urged that Biichan n first foal with a little luck would have won either tlie Derby or the St Legor that Hampton was a far bettor horse than bis younger brother Sir Bevys and that Albert Victor another first foal was quite as good as his brother George Frednrick This is all quite true But the answer is that you can only compare tilings which are comparable With each other otherIf If you want to bring in Buchan you must include nil the placed horses in the Derby and St Legor and tin same applies to Albert Victor which ran a dead heat with King of Forest for second place in the Derby to Favonius Tho inclusion of Hamp ¬ ton would entail the bringing in of a large number of oilier races and bests of horses and brood mares So the result in the end would probably remain pretty much the same as the figures given for the last sixty years of the Derby and St Legor Big French Stud and Stable: Baron Edouard de Rothschild Owns Nearly 150 Horses at De Meautry. BIG FRENCH STUD AND STABLE Baron Edouard de Rothschild Owns Nearly 150 Horses at De Meautry One of the most extensive brooding establishment in France is the De Meautry Stud owned by Baron Kdouard de Rothschild This year it is comprised of four stallions sixtynine brood mares and thirty yearlings There are in addition seventythree horses in training at Chtintllly fortyfive under the can of trainer JVC Watson and twentyeight under trainer Clement Duval Tlie American jockey Mat tliexv MacGoo in principal rider for the stable stableThe The four groat stallions at Do Meautry are areSans Sans Soiici II bay 1904 by I Uoi Solid Sanctimony by St Sirf SirfSaint Saint lust chestnut 1907 by St Frusquln frustithi by Le Saucy SaucyPrcdicatour Prcdicatour man 1009 by Ie Koi Koliel Per oraison by Tarporley TarporleyLa La Farina Chestnut 1911 by Sans Ssouoi II Malatesta by Isinglass IsinglassAmong Among the older mares are areFiancee Fiancee bay 1001 by St Fnisqnin Wise Virgin by Wisdom WisdomXingarn Xingarn roan 1901 by Le Saucy The Other Eye by Common Florotta chestnut 1912 by Florizel It Water hen by Gallimtlo GallimtloSantonica Santonica bay 1902 by Martagon Santona by St Simon s Purity bay 1903 bv Gnlllnulc Sanctimony by St Serf Younger dams have for sires Grey Leg War Dance Sir Visto Persimmon Simoiiuin Neil Gow Rabelais and Sly Fox Ten four and fiveyearold mares have just been added to the stables all excellently bred bredAassiirto Aassiirto liay lifi by Orby Glass Court by Isinglass in foal to Ciiutiobto has recently been added to tho band of mares The majority of the marcs are bred to San Sinn II and Predicateur Current Notes Of The Turf CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Al Guntlier who had been for several years witli the San ford stable has been engaged to train for Mr Tallies Butler this year and is in charge of the horses at Empire City CityPhoenix Phoenix Park Dublin famous in racing and polities derives its nuno from the Gaulle Kiotin Aisge pronounced FieiiIshk meaning clear water and applied no doubt to n spring springNo No more horses will be sent from England to this country for some time The foot and mouth dis ¬ ease quarantine bars are up again and no horse shipments are possible until the enilwrgo Is lifted liftedThe The Knglishbrcd stallion San Tangle by Flot ¬ sam Tangle II by Merman was recently pur ¬ chased by the Army Remount Service from the Modo Stable and shipped from Gravesend to Front Royal Virginia VirginiaTrainer Trainer W II Knrrick of the W R Coe and II K Kmipp stables is out again after a long aiid severe attack of neuritis He was at Belmout Park Wednesday to see his horses for the first time since December Miss Marguerite Carter sister of trainer Frank Carter and of the lute Alec Carter lias boon decorated with the Medal do la Reconnaissance Francaise in recognition of her services from Jan ¬ uary 1 1910 to November 27 1918 with tin armies at Creil and Buzunoy Miss Carter organ ¬ ized and maintained an efficient ambulance service during that trying period periodThe The weights assigned to the two French repre ¬ sentatives in 4he forthcoming Liverpool Grand National are Fonraud 1C7 pounds Kingdom II 144 pounds Other French horses engaged in Eng ¬ land are Glorious 121 pounds Imaginaire 120 pounds and Bold Boy 104 pounds all in tlie Lin ¬ colnshire Handicap ami Imaginaire 119 pounds in the City ami Suburban Delay In The Friar Rock Case DELAY IN THE FRIAR ROCK CASE LOriSVlLLli Ky March 0 The stallion Friar Rock jointly oynod by Tohn K Madden and T II Itossetcr may not reach Kentucky this spring al ¬ though the Now York Supreme Court decided the recent injunction case in Mr Maddens favor and appointed a receiver to go to California ahd bring the horse to Kentucky and deliver him to Mr j Madden at Hamburg Place Mr Rossoter took an appeal to the Court of Appeals and tho case will not be argued until April By the time a decision can be rendered the brooding season will be over j and even if it is favorable to Mr Madden he will lose the services of th horse for this year As a stud fee of 2500 wus agreed on before this litigation iKgan there promises to be a damage suit for at least 200000 Friar Rock is a sensational young stallion and it is difficult to estimate his value Madden and Rosscter have refused an offer of SlTiOOflO for him and Mr Madden only recently insured his onehalf interest for 12rM 12rMSpeaking Speaking of tlie Friar Rocks there are five of them entered in the Kentucky Derby Mr Uos seter has Montnlvn which is also in the Epsom Derby and Merchant Marino The Quincy Stable has Sunny Jim Commander Ross has Registrar and Mr Sinclair has Inchcape John Porter's Great Derby Record JOHN PORTERS GREAT DERBY RECORD John Porter the famous English trainer pre ¬ pared seven winners of tlo Epsom Derby besides eight candidates that rein second and two that were third So veil others ran unplaced Porter is still living a hearty old man is2 years old Bruce Lowe Fallacies: Figure System Considered to Be Full of Them by Salvator. BRUCE LOWE FALLACIES Figure System Considered to Be Full of Them by Salvator SalvatorTo To the Editor of Daily Racing Form FormCHICAGO CHICAGO III March r That thrilling serial romanre of Exiles the motivation of whose plot he has evolved from The Bruce Lowe Families deserves to rank among the production of Cnnnn Doyle Emilo Gnborlau Jacques Futarello Mary Roberts Uinehart and other purveyors of mystery masterpieces In many respects it has them all beaten to i frazzle to use tlie favorite phrase of our Into lamented Rough Rider For In all the thrillers by those writers the mystery in tho last chapter was invariably elucidated and everything explained to the full comprehension of the most childlike intellect But it would baffle even Sher ¬ lock himsolf aided J y the amiable Watson to make head or tail of tin great Bruce Lowe mystery Chapter by chapter one may thrill through It until ones vibrations excite in the reader a veritable fever of suspense But the denouement LIUi the core of that historic apple there aint goin to be none We end precisely where we began and when we have finished know no jot nor tittle more than we did at the outset outsetThat That the problems of breeding are cryptic no bfidy needs to be told The waters beforehand were sufficiently darkened by the unlimited excre ¬ tions of ink by the elueidators Since the Bruce Iowe propaganda became an issue however more can be discharged by those promoting it than on all other accounts combined The net result is Hut the conundrum How shall I breed a Dorbv or Futurity winner is more of u riddle than ever everThere There is one thing which must have impressed snll persons interested in the breeding of the thorough bred and that is that not all the figures of Bruce Ixiwe nor the tables of Herman Goos hnvenddeii one iota to the facility not to say certainly with which that rant avis i stakewinner can lie tru diucd As accessory after the fact I admit ti figures are n perfect wonder Onre the Derby or Futurity winner has won his or her Derby ir Futurity we get superb demonstration of the In fallibility of formulae But as yet I have to loam of any student of either the Tables of the Law or tht Systom of the Prophet who has immortalized himself by brooding winners or made himself n Croesus by picking em emNo No those who expertize in those subjects nro just as deficient in the ability to deliver the gOis as were the benighted breeder and tuif moii who antedated the Great Revelation what we might without being irreligious term the Mormon Bible stallion being notoriously polygamous in their habits of horsebreeding Has any fjgitrer ever surpassed the successes of many who might be named who died before figures were heard of I opine wot anil assert not not by a very long shot indeed And what is more to the poiit the long shot in bleeding continues to appear with disconcerting frequency Theoretically lie fig ¬ ures should have long since relegated him to hasbeenism But the critter remains ubiquitous as Banquos gho t Tl is pariah of course but like the pariah lie is ever wirh us CREED OF THE PHILOSOPHERS PHILOSOPHERSThey They say by they I do not refer to the hoi polloi but the philosophers that it is not iiecos snuy for a creed to be truo to be accepted All that is needful is for it to be solemnly iterated and reiterated in and out at all times places and seasons The hoi polloi by which classic term we may signify the mob of uninstructed race h trse breeders is marvelnusly suggestible to use the Jingo of the psychopathic sharps If Mt hoars anything often enough it will end by believing it take it for gospel That is with the exception of the Doubting Thomases pessimists cvnics and others from whose christenings the fairy yclept Credulity was absent These pestiferous people cortinue to pop up But for them the philosopher would always have had an easy time with the hoi polloi And despite them they do succeed in uialjiif the majority l elievo almost anything What anythingWhat a creed requires to become n living force is neither truth logic nor even credibility What it needs is propagandists nd prosolytcrfi Peter the Hermits fierly or interminably preaching the New Crusade to the Promised Land The original Pnter according to the very dry light of modern scientific history was merely i mad monk with a gift of the gab But he was successful in per ¬ suading practically the entire Christian world that If they would dispose of their goods and chattels and use the proceeds to outfit themselves and as many followers as the amount of cash realized would allow for a pilgrimage to the Holy Scpuleher ami the delivery of tho same from the hands of the Saracens their salvation was assured Whether we will find all tho Crusaders playing harps along the golden streets when we got there nobody knows But we do know that most of them luft their bones bleaching on the sands of Syria and that the result of the entire movement was one of the most inglorious and egregious failures of which history make mention The inspired Potor we now classify as a visionary or a quack or both while it is also asserted that he was in the pay of certain ulterior parties who profited largely by his labors laborsJust Just at present the Ark of the Covenant in tho breeding temple is the Bruce Lowe Figures While the law and the gospel are thundered from the pulpits by tlie preachers the acolvtcn stand in line swinging their censers and all the nniiti tnd of worshipers hear or see is the stream of eloquence and the clouds of incense As time passes the ritual becomes more and more High Church Except your pedigree be dipped in pur sang and written on Hie tablets of Weatherby you shall not enter the sacred precincts but re ¬ main howling in outer darkness forever and ever amen amenOf Of course then will always be the Devils Chapel just round the corner where the frcu thinkeis assemble and celebrate their Black Mass That way perdition lies and tlirse who consort with such abandoned company do so on peril of their souls It is true they may turn out Derby and Futurity winners as good it not as many as those of the oloct But these ure as sontid inff brass and tinkling cymbals Their seed shall not lie blessed neither slinil it increase and mul ¬ tiply but shall perish igiioininiously ind be for ¬ gotten and their names be as bywords and re ¬ proaches in the mouths of the righteous to the end of t1 SALVATOR Foals at Whitney's Kentucky Farm FOALS AT WHITNEYS KENTUCKY FARM FARMLBXINGTON LBXINGTON Ky March G Two foals have arrived at Harry Payne Whitneys Kentucky farm The first is a bay filly by Peter Pan Florence by the French sire Macdonald II and Fiosole a daughter of the great race mare Firenzi The second is n bay filly by Broomstick Waif 1 daughter of the English sire Greenback and tlie American mare Panasine by Peter Pan PanInformation Information from tho farm today is to the effect that tlie celebrated mares Tanya and Artful are both safely in foal to Broomstick French Keen For Ascot Gold Cup FRENCH KEEN FOR ASCOT GOLD CUP CUPFrench French sportsmen have already luid a keen pye on the Ascot Cold Cup and after the victory of Glailiateur came those of Mortemer Henry Boinnl Elf and Maximum II Gladiateur and Verneuil won in addition the Gold Vase and Alexandra Plate Tills year about ten of Frances best are to be nominated Page 3 Second Race [2nd Havana] SECOND RACE 5 12 Furlongs 3yearolds and upward Claiming Jan 24 1917 105 15 5 102 FLEER ch g 4 4Trainer 102F 102 By Astronomer Fleda B by Falsetto Trainer F Herold Owner F Herold Herold10S 3002 Havana 51 f l07sfaHt C C5S05C 10S G 6 6 4 = 1 R Lcaster S Nepc Lueie May Ualrack 5S05C Havana 51 f lOSMsfast S 102 7 4 3l 2i Tl LcasterlO TchersPct TopKung Wilfredu 52950 Havana 51 f 107 381 15 102 C 3 3SS C 7r R Lcaster S Stepson First Consul Talent 52879 Havana 31 l13 l13jgood jgood 2 SS 7 6 4 s 5i S Lowe Perhaps Driffield Finis 52717 Havana 34 l137ifast 10 10C2431 101 C 4 41 45J R LcasterlO Hainan Itread Line Smite C2431 Havana 51 f l03good C C52S51 89 4 4 3i 45J R Lcaster 8 ParCub Waterford PdeChaucn 52S51 Havana 1 142 fast 10 So 622 6l C S Lowe 11 Dewitt Roundel T J Hogau 62163 Havana 51 f l14hvy 6 100 4 1 110G 2 2h S Bullman 7 Gold Stone Zindo Omemc 52122 Havana 51 f l14hvy 35 35B2101 10G 1 1 2 21 H Garner C WakDream SayWhen Aigrette B2101 Havana Si f l13hvy 65 65B2015 110 4 1 I1 1 J Connors 8 TJHogan Aigrette MnjorFlslc B2015 Havana 51 f 108 fast 3 107 3 1 4 45J F Welner 8 Pcourdlne EdGarrisou PyJan FRASCUELO ch h 7 7Trainer 114E 114 By Plaudit Breezyland by Orlando Trainer W J Daly Owner E Alvarex 53058 Havana 34 l13Vsfast 12 110 1 5 Ink 2 A Pickens 8 Itlondcl Arion Pcrigourdino 52152 Havana 34 l14fnst 8 85230S 1111 6 6 5i J Pitz Pitzink 7 Pgotmline Stone NfolkBello 5230S Havana 51 f l07Vifast 3 321S5 116 2 3 ink 22 J ButWCll ti Langhorne ClarkM FkleFan cy 21S5 Havana 51 f 113 hvy 113 2 3 4 t 41 J Eutwell Eutwelllh tt Itlanzcaway Grauteod FFiincy 52124 Havana 51 f l15hvy 1 117 1 1 lh 1 J Butwcll C Dritlield La KIIISM Kewessa 52017 Havana 51 f ItOSrifast 4 115 3 2 2 41 J Uutwell i Polar Cub Avion Hocnir 51913 Havana 34 lllfast 4 115 3 0 6 651 J liutwell liutwell3l 7 Hocnir Blaeaway MarIIolllui 51753 Havana 5J t lllsood 3J 3l SJ J Butwell 0 Avion War Loan ilocnlr JUANITA III ch g 6 105 105Trainer By Sweeper Santa Anita by Irish Lai Lai7l Trainer 0 Tuggle Owner 0 Tugglo 53092 Havana St t l07fasl 15 109 7 7l 7s C Eamos 8 Nope Lucie May I la track 63056 Havana 55 f lOSfnst 31 102 2 S k 54 L Penman 10 Teachers Pet Fleer Top Runs 63018 Havana 34 l14fast 21 102 1 5nt 45J n Lcaster 7 Misericordf JakeFeld GyRump 62953 Havana 34 lllfast 12 100 1 C C A McLhlln 0 Loyalist SliprySilver Puncttuil 2949 Havana 51 f lOSfast ID 101 3 31 3J A McLhlin 9 Jill Hatrnck Director Jiiines C2911 Havana 51 f l071 faHt 7 102 2 7s S J A McLnlln S Ina Wood Superior MissWrlght 62773 Havana 24 l137ifnst C Kft 3 C4 4 LV Penman 0 MnrtyLoii CountBoris Driffiebl 62C35 Havana 31113 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Brooch by Cheviot Trainer S T Baxter Owner S T Baxter rSpso navai a 51 f lUS hfast S 110 3 BaxterI I HL 12 ji Kenndy 7 lorK W FIviiiKlVo Kayinaii I 62902 Havai a 5 f lLS sfast 5 103 G GrJ f 4 ri 9 r Fields 10 KailAcplI KMoKriilf Orlhsl i 62S 2 Havai a rJ f 109 fast 21 110 7 7 r 4i 3i F Hunt S Grey Uiinip Stliailor Uhatlaines 5J8 7 Havai a 4 l15URood 10 ldr 5 1 2 P S1 F Hunt Mniiokin Crysnny PrinIJoacro 6257 Havai a 34 l14ifast S IOC 4 1 2 li S5 J Francis 10 Superior Jarbnge Frank Purke j 62511 Havai a 4 l15UfaHt 5 1 U I 1 i auk j K Kenndy 10 Ilinctiinl Aunt Ptda Ilnmau 6240S Havai a 61 f 113 slow 12 10r r 2 2 2l C 1 Francis 8 Miss Wright Aigrette Human 622S4 Havai a 34 l16fast 6 103 5 55X 1 1 3fc C J J Francis S Kavensca ShortClise Jnltalll 620S7 Havai a 5X f l12mud IOC 8 0 f 7 S K Atkinsn Gus Scheer Huntress Hatrack 62013 Havana 51 f l09fast 2i 102 3 1 2 2 61 K Francis Uibbler Firuwortli Sentry SentryBy WAKING DREAM b f 4 108 108Trainer By Ildrim Phantasma by Ormondalo or Golden Trainer L A Daly Owner A Lezama ama Garter 62S79 Havana 34 iiKoU in 4 4 Ss S A McLhlin 0 IViliap s Drif field Finis f275S Havana 5J f 1 07ifaHt 1 C 7 7 = 7T1 A Mcl Mclfljlln fljlln t Kcrt I a Wood Chimera 52227 Havana 5 4 41 C 2 A McTlilin Gold Stone M Holliiw View 62122 Havana 61 t l14ihvy 45 2 2 1 1i T McThlln C Flter Say AVIun Aigrette 6 6s9 s9 Havana 31 l18i imid fi 2 3 2J 4 J McVlilln S FiekleFaricy Blazonry TIilooni 61S92 Havana 55 f l09faHt 5 3 3 3i 43J J Mclhllii 5 TtFancy IVlrisEyesII Driffield 61734 Havana Im5fly l512slow 8 91 4 4HEMLOCK 12 7 7 72 T McLhlln 7 Uolph Jellison SenipcrStnlwart SenipcrStnlwartBy HEMLOCK b e 7 113 113Trainer By Jim Gaffney Onadcrc hy Ornament Trainer J S Whatlcy Owner J JE2431 S Whatley WhatleyC E2431 Hava a 5i f hOiiK il C 110 fi fir214r C 0 7n 7JJ AAr Crump S ParCnb AVaterford PdpCliance r214r ITava a Iin50y liufi hvy 2J 109 2 2fJlL 21 2 2 2s II Tcnstor 7 LittleKd HarryfJlover Itlazonry fJlL llava a 5J r UlSrshvy 45 100 3 3 31 3s F Wilson FiekleFanoy HuiitPlatt Aviou DliS Hava a 5i f l21hvy 710 112 1 161COS 1 1 1s Il W Crump S Kewcssa Omenic Misericorde 61COS Hava a 58 113 hvy 1 114 3 2 1 I5 li AV Crump S MltrnsliGoldStone Uora i 61499 Havai a 58 lOChvy 2i 111 1 1E1194 1 2 l 3 = AV Crump 7 Sain Hose Doctor D Hulfjcr E1194 l itonia 1 110 l50hvy 10 1 V7 4 5 5 7s 7 = ° C Euel 8 Simonite Serbian Bombast 50145 licno 34 l14fast 19 112 3 M M thews SmiLMas Fireplace Plnytbinf FICKLE FANCY b m 6 10G 10GTrainer y Lovetie Fill by Qiganteum Trainer B B Rice Owner T Doyle i i7J 52033 Havana 34 l13fast 15 100 4 2 252Si 7J S2 I Penman S Itlondcl Frascuelo Avion 52Si Havana 34 l13 bfast 10 110 3 2 2S2G15 Sun oi AV Kelsay 7 Konndel Litholick Uingliorne S2G15 Havana 34 113 fast 15 110 3 7 7 71S F Merlmee 8 PMyrtle PeriKourdine G Stone 62431 Havana 51 f l09sood 5 110 1 2 5 5 i S Boyle S ParCub AAaterford PdeChance 52410 Havana 51 f l12fast 35 103 1 2 21 21 S Boyle 4 Byrne MilitaryGirl MerryFeast 623CS Havana 5i f l07fast 8 112 1 1 1 2 4s S Boyle 5 Langhorne Frascuelo Clark M i HUNTER PLATT br g 5 103 103Trainer By Peep oDay Daisy Platt by Marta Santa Trainer J W Naylor Owner J W175 Havana 34 114 fast 2d W S O5 A Oerrat 9 Elmont Roundel Norfolk Belle rcoa Havana 51 f lOGfast 13 9S 71 G73 A Gerrat 8 Peasant Currency Avion Aviona2 r 99 Havana Im50y l42 ifast 15 105 a2 C15 J Francis S Black Thong Chefa Lenora P PO1 5292U Jiavana lmrXy l43fast 10 103 O1 57 L Penman 5 Huntress Hocnir Paula V V4l 52759 Havana 5 f 107 fast 8 4l 42J E Barrier 8 Scarpiall SHpperySilver Avion 52534 Havana 51 f lOGfast 15 S S 2 E Barnes 11 Zindo Blondel Marion Hollins 52123 Havana 22 2J J Butwell G Fickle Fancy Hemlock Avion I I3s 52074 Havana 34 l15fast 5 3s li J Butwell 9 Driffield JuanitallL BHunlej j E2017 Havana 1 116 l4Sfast 12 IOC 5 3 4 6 6B 51 511 E Francis 0 BlkThoiiK Lariat TimJHoxaD i iBy B A JONES b s 9 102 102Trainer By Blues Zella Knight hy Free Knight Trainer J A Hall Owner J A Hall HallT3172 T3172 Havana 51 f lOSfast 7 10 0 4 4 4 H Gdwin l DiriCJamts Driffld MajFisk 53113 Havana 51 f l07fast 0 107 S 1 2 2rOSl 1 7s It Goodwin 10 Hatrark TwtySeVen Driffield rOSl Havana 51 f 1OS fast 20 104 5 50 504SS20 7 C ° l H Gdwin Tarascon Eddie McBridc Sybil 4SS20 KinjrEd Ab34 l17fast 34 112 1124J110 G13 E Smith t Blanehita PrBonero Galawuy 4J110 Dulferin Ab58 l03slop 19 310 3104SOS2 4s AA Hinphy r Lndylvan Murray Banyan 4SOS2 Dufferin AU5S l0slop S 112 1124MJ02 45 C Taylor i Presumption Dot IL Retreat RetreatT 4MJ02 Dufferin Ab58 103 fast 15 115 Pulled up T Buckles I Bars andSturs MurrayDelancey 47943 Dufferin Ab5S 105 fait 22 114 11447S39 G5 T Buckles 8 LcnoraP Rosemary TopRung 47S39 Thncliffe 51 f 1OS fast 11 102 813 C Duggan 10 Propaganda Murphy GDuncan ELGA ch m 5 103 103Trainer By Free Lance Illustrious by Galore Trainer 0 L Foster Owner O L Foster FosterS 575S Havana 51 f l07 fast IT 10S S S S 5 95 W Jarrell J Kid Ina Wood Chimera 5259 1 Havana 51 f l073jfast S lOf 11 115S 11 11 llMl0 J Francis lli S Stalwart Mar Lou Tnitalll 52140 Havana 5S 1OS hvy 12 107 C OSS S16 J Francis 8 AAaterford Dr D Juanita III 52075 Havana 34 l14fast 12 105 3 2 3 31 02 S Bullman Litholick GoidStone Count Boris 51933 Havana 51 f 107 fast 10 107 1 15S 134 = 51C E Francis 7 MilGirl GusSclieer SinnFeiner 51791 Havana 5S l01 KOod 4 lit 3 1 1 ink 4 = 3 v Jarrell 7 I an hurnt Avion Harry Glover GloverBy YIEW b B 6 6Trainer 108 108R By UcGee Parkview by Hamburg Trainer W W6306S R Padgett Owner W WII R Padgett 6306S Hayana f II f l07ifaHt 12 10S 4 5 Gk S5J A Pickens 0 PofComo CocaCola SlipSilvcr r9C3 Havana Havanar291C 34 m Tsfast 8 103 2 2il 5 3 31 56S T Smith 0 Loyalist SliprySilver Punctual r291C Havana il f l07fast 7 102 S Sil S S 7nl = 710 J Smith S Kd Garrison Lsuigliorno Ited 52409 Havana il f l12slov 7 112 f fii 077 1 A Pickens 7 Zindo Avion Lucie May 52227 Havana ii f l09 ifood 2 106 2 2il 3 3 2l 33J F Hunt 9 Gold Stone Marion Hollins Red 62049 Havana J il f l09 fast 85 110 2 1 1 11 1i T Carmody S Mnyrose JuauitallL McLelland i I 51932 Havana Havana61S11 34 115 fast 2 112 4 4il 1 1 I2 I1 J Carmody HryGlover Incinerator ClarkM I 61S11 Havana I il t 100 good 4 101 4 3 2 2 21 B Kenndy 7 Sister Susie Zindo MilitaryGirl Havana Entries And Past Performances For Monday, March 7 HAVANA ENTRIES AND PAST PERFORMANCES FOR MONDAY MARCH 7 WEATHEE OLEAE TEACK FAST The figures under the heading Rec in th entries below show the best time of each horse at tho distance since January 1 1919 no matter where It finished In cases where record wa made on other than a fast or good track Abbreviations show track conditions Racing starts at 1215 p m Chicago time 142 Superior mud runner X Good mud runner 5jS Fair mud runner M Maidens Apprentice allowance b Blinkers First Race 12 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Claimin Track record March 5 1921 17 17Ind 2 120 Todays Ind Horse Wt Rec Recr3133 AWtIIan r3133 SaUAW CHIEF 10 49 108 725 r31113 Flaxy Mae 107 4Mf 53111 0stelle 10S 4 52470 Fanuie White 3111 = Xuvisco 103 49 r2 OS Kmma W r2853 Xiionii K 3111 Bitter Biting 113 4t 5313 Betsys Pet 112 oO oORigodoii Rigodoii hr c by Hesperus Mamacita by St Syiu Second Race 5 12 Furlongs Furlongs3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 14 1917 l03 h 3 102 33092 bFleer 102 107 4 102X723 102X7233W3S 3W3S Fniscuelo 110 107 f 7114X720 33192 UTuinita III 9S 107 0 1O3X713 33173 lPiesumptioii 102 107 12 110713 110713330SO 330SO Terrible Susan M110 108 4 103 710 2S7I AVaking Dream 90 1087 4 108X710 52131 Hemlock 9 108 7 113 710 r 305K Fickle Fancy 112 l074f 0 10IJ703 3317S Hunter Platt 110 107 3 108 703 5172 B A Jones Jonesr27rS 111 l08 l08i i I 102X700 r27rS KIga 107 107 3 103x700 5300S Yiew 100 108 0 108 700 Third Race 34 Mile Mile3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Jan 8 1920 111 V 102 331492bCurrency 101 lll5 0 107X723 33112l Uavanna 111 113 3 93X720 33114 Molinero 100 l137s 3 100 713 33148s Coca Cola 3 102 713 33132 Rcd 99 113 3 103 Tin 33101 lill llunley 103 112 0 103 X 33038 bGoId Stone 93 113 5 103X ui 33173 bCavan Hoy 101 113 0 103X703 33000 Allsmoke 7 103 700 Fourth Race 1 116 Miles Miles4veurolds 4veurolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record Feb 3 1918 144 3 92 92327793bAVhippoorwill 327793bAVhippoorwill 103 148 0 103X723 33103 Fircworth 104 l30f 4 103X720 33128 bight Wind 107147 0 103X13 331 33103 03 x ie 93146 531t 3bKmma J 102 l4SVr 4 103X710 53103 1 1 01111 in 101 147 7 105X703 Fifth Race 1 Mile and 50 Yards Yards3yearolds 3yearolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track record March 0 1918 141 11 33170 = AVhit Haven 98 143 33170 bHluzonry 1111143 0113X7 33170 bHounding Through 103 140 4 102X713 33130 bLady Hester 103144 3 98X711 33139 EI Coronel 102 143 3 103X710 32429 Mommiov 111143 7 10307 1 1 33130 15olifrXaHrceiia 100 143 4 97X703 3139 hCIare Hoothc M 9 144 3 101X70O 33100 b oldeii Red M 0 108 700 33HISS Ouwa 7 108X700 108X700Sixth Sixth Race 1 Mile Mile3varolds 3varolds and upward Claiming ClaimingTrack Track rec rd March 23 1919 138 3 103 32898 = X tural 100141 3 88X723 331731 K1 unit 100 l40s 4 103 720 72033177s 33177s Ca idle Liglit 107 140 3 110 713 32931 Huford 1011138 7 113X710 33101 Kxhorter 103 140 7 103X703 33147 bSir AVilliam John ¬ son 113 110 10 110X700 Havana Jockey Percentages 1IAVAXA JOCKEY 1KUCl v From Jiinuary 1 1J O tu 31ircli 1 1O1 Inclusive At or Over Jockey JockeyWirth AVt Jits Wirth L 105 S Collins J 105V 30 liutwell J 111 758 Connors J I OS 183 Dominick J 100 410 Carmody J 110 355 Kennedy B 104 720 Piekens A 104 392 Wilson F 95 734 Garner II i 104 307 Media n W 108 118 Robinson H HCrump 102 JO Crump W 112 222 Penman L 90 244 Kelsay AV 108 455 Hunt F 95 313 Harnes K 101 559 Smith J 98 143 Ridenour AV 98 01 Merimee V 103 350 Miller C 11 110 189 McDermotr K 104 159 Lancaster R 99 329 Cordon I 93 40 Francis J 105 L4t Dawsoii J 105 172 172IS Fletcher I IS 282 lioyle S 105 1S2 Franklin AV 110 80 Archambuult G GWeiner 102 333 Weiner F 9S 397 Anderson AV 102 79 Atkinson B 101 440 Dreyer J 100 224 Mangan G 100 179 Kames C 108 230 At or orOver Over Jockey JockeyJarrell PO AVt Jarrell AV OS 93 Tryon A 08 loo Itiilcroft G 07 104 Iloffler J 07 93 Lowe S 07 93 40 Pitz J 07 104 107 1 1 ISurns T 00 93 31 2 OMahoney C 03 103 119 0 liarnes X J 01 100 130 0 McLaughlin A 08 Rorel C 23 1 Rail U 107 3 Kullihan S 03 90 Campbell J 03 110 Itrydges H 90 Hurley F Cameron T Carter K Ellis R Feldinan F Fields G Gerrat A Goodwin H Ilcrmandez F Hirst C Hughes C Hughes AV J JJacobs Jacobs A McCann J McMahon J Parrish C Penal ver J Scheffel I Scott R Simmons J AVakoff H First Race [1st Havana] The small figure under Str shows thovdistcjicc the horse was ahead of that next in the race j The small figure under Fin unless the horse won shows the number of lengths the horse was behind the winner Weight to be carried appears at top of column of weights in previous races I II I The U after the horses name means Maiden I FIRST RACE 12 Mile 2yearolds Maidens Claiming March 5 1921 47 45 2 120 120Inder Inder Course Dlst TimeTckOddi Wt St U K Btr Fin Jockeys Started Order of Flnli SaUAW CHIEF ch f 2 M 108 By Harmonicon Election Bet by Electioneer ElectioneerTrainer Trainer K K Karrick Owner W H Coe 135 Havana 12 48fast o lf 1 2U 3 F Wilson S Pacifier Pinnacle Lutta G 52091 Havana 12 49fast C 10 G 5 4l SJ F Wilson S Xoontime Athgarven TdeSuite TdeSuiteC 52935 Havana Si f 414ifast 20 112 C C C 4J R Scott G Col Chile Pacifier Pinnacle Pinnacleu2 52530 Havana 38 34fast 5 110 7 u2 5i F Wilson S Jon Jon Pinnacle Klias 0 52 70 Havana 3S 35fast 4 112 7 7FLAXY 72 gio p Wilson 8 Xoontime Hyeres Tout dcSuite dcSuiteByHarrigan FLAXY MAE ch f 2 M 105 105Trainer ByHarrigan Betty Fuller by McGee Trainer J A Hall Owner J A Hall 53111 Havana 12 40 fast 10 107 C 5 4l 33J H Goodwin lustina K Xavisco Hyercs OSTELLE br f 2 M 108 By Martinet Incitation by Hilarious HilariousTrainer Trainer P J Williams Owner Williams Bros 53111 Havana 12 4 fast 12 IDS 4 5l 5l J Francis 9 lustina B Xavisco Flaxy Ma 52JOS Havana 31 f 42fast 30 97 S 77 7 R Ellis S Coscorron Uyeres lustina K FANNIE WHITE b f 2 M 103 103Trainer By Hoiron False Siffht by Deceiver Trainer S T Baxter Owner S T Baxter G2170 Havana 38 35sfast 15 112 S 5 55 X J Prnes S Noontime Ilyeres Tout deSuilu NAVISCO br f 2 M 113 113Trainer By Trevisco Pitti by Plaudit Trainer F Grace Owner P G Julian 53111 Ha ana 12 49 fast 15 103 4 1 2l 2i R Iouster 9 lustina K Flaxy Mai llyeres 53091 Ha ana 12 49fast 25 KG I I3i 4 G11 C4i R Lcaster S Xoontime Athgarven SawChief 52908 Ha ana 3i f 42fast 20 103 1 C 63 5SJ J Collins S Coscorron Hyeres Justinu E 52716 Ha ana 38 36l5fast 20 112 2 3nt G7 R McDott 9 Arthgarven Coscorron Col Chile 52593 Ha ana 38 36fast SO 112 9 7J 73i J Dawson 9 Birch Hark Athgarven Hyerea 52530 Ha ana 38 34fast 5 110 S 7l 713 J Dawson 8 Jou Ton Pinnacle Elias O EMMA W b f 2 M 108 By Hesperus Athenia by St Symphorien SymphorienTrainer Trainer F J Wrispen Owner F J Wrispen SrjOS Havaan 31 f 427jfast 12 III 7 Lost rider C Eaiues S Coscorron llyeres lustina K NAOMI K b f 2 M 113 113Trainer By Horron Humored by Trap Rock Trainer J G Kurt Owner J G Kurt 52S33 Havana 38 GsfaHt 30 105 S 8 S22 F Merimee S Opulent Col Chile Pacifier PacifierG1 52819 Havana 38 33fast 12 115 7 75271G G1 Gi AV Crump 8 TdeSuite JustinaK Hyore 5271G Havana 38 3 Vbfast 20 112 S Sf 9 933 J Drcyer 9 Arthgarven Coscorron Col Chile f 24i Havana 14 23 fast 4i 112 G GV3 AV Crump 0 Hold Me Pinnacle WlterHitiug WlterHitiugBy BITTER BITING b f 2 M 113 By Lovotie Birdforth by Hazlchatch Trainer E W Padelford Owner P Powers 53111 Hava Havana la 12 40 fast ID llli 5 5C3PJ1 3 7 i1 6i T Camron 9 lustiua B Xavisco Flaxy Man C3PJ1 Huva la 12 49 = ifast 15 lot 7 G CJ 0 = 2 T Camron S Xoontime Athgarvcii SijwChief 52908 Hava la 3i t 42 fast 5 101 4 5 4l 4J T Camtrn 8 Coscorron Hyercs Jttstinii K 52716 Havana 38 3C3fast 3 105 7 752C53 51 7i J Pitz 9 Arthgarven Coscorron Col Chile 52C53 Hava la 38 SG3fast 10 105 3 3 3b J Pitz 7 Whispering Xoontime Hyercs 52593 Hava la 3S 3S7fast 12 107 7 65 G3J J Pitz 9 Kirch Hark Athgarven Hyeres Hyeres5nt 52470 Havana 3S 35faat 12 112 G 5nt cl R McDott S Xoontime Hyercs Tout deSuite 52214 Havana 11 23 fast 10 112 3 3BETSYS 4 3 A Pickens 0 Hold Me Pinnacle Justitme BETSYS PET b f 2 M 113 113Trainer By Palo Alto Lady Borgia by Borgia Trainer F J Stevens Owner E D Springer 53133 Havana 12 4SVfast 20 112 5 5RIGODON 5 G t 7 AA Meehan 8 Pacifier Pinnacle Sipiaw Chief RIGODON br c 2 M 116 116Owner By Hesperus Mamacita by St Symphorien Owner E Alvarez First start Page 4 Third Race [3rd Havana] THIRD RACE 34 Mile 3yearolds and upward Claiming Jan 8 1920 111 6 102 CURRENCY b g 6 107 107J By Sain Gold hy Golden Garter Trainer T J Brown Owner E J Sullivan 53149 Ha ana 51 f l06fast 2 110 4 11 IS 21 G Fields S Peasant JustFancy TchsPet TchsPetI 53093 Ha ana 51 f l00ifast 15 106 5 I 1 1s 2nk L Wirth S Peasant Avion Cavan Boy BoyII 53057 Ha ana 51 f l06fast 21 107 4 II I3 13J L Wirth 8 Bread Line Kcpc Triompliant 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2110 97 9 2 2 3 9i 11 F Bryson 11 Austral MarLnckett Indolence IndolencePOtOl POtOl ILdeGce 1 143 fast S5 US 3 2 2 1 1s I3 J Rodsez 8 Orenzo Arbitrator Zouave 0228 HdeGe Im70y 147 fast 32 111 1 4 2 3 3 2 T Pargton S Fizer lt to Pt ThistleQueen 50124 HdeGe 1 11G l49fast 8 111 522 2 2 12 D Stirling 10 Hundfull Nolawn AttoryMuir Present and Future Race Meetings Present and Future Race Meetings CUBAAMERICAN JOCKEY AND AUTO CLUB Oriental Park Havana Cuba From November 25 1920 to March 27 1921 110 days Books and mutuels mutuelsBUSINESS BUSINESS MENS RACING ASSOCIATION Mobile Ala AlaMarch March 10 to March 10 G days Oral SOUTHERN MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION Prince George Park BowieMd April 2 to April 15 12 days Mutuels MutuelsWHEELING WHEELING DRIVING CLUB Wheeling W Va VaApril April 14 to April 30 15 days Mutuels HARFORD AGRICULTURAL AND BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Havre de Grace Md April 16 to April 30 13 days Mutuels KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB Lexington Ky ° April 23 to May 4 10 days Mutuels 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JOCKEY CLUB Windsor Ont July 20 to July 27 7 days Mutuek v v v MARYLAND COUNTYTimonium STATE FAIR AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE COUNTY Timonium Md September 5 to September 10 5 days Mutuels HARFORD AGRICULTURAL AND BREEDERS ASSOCIATION Havrede Grace Md MdiSeptember iSeptember 21 to October 1 10 days Mutuols MARYLAND STATE FAIR Laurel Md October 4 to October 29 23 days Mutuels MARYLAND J1November JOCKEY CLUB Pimlico Md J1 November 1 to November 12 11 days Mutuels 4 t r v Hunting The Arctic Caribou: Great Migrations on Bering Sea Coast of the Alaska Peninsula--Like the Buffalo of Our Earlier Days. HUNTING THE ARCTIC CARIBOU 1 Great Migrations on Bering Sea Coast of the Alaska Peninsula Like the Buffalo of Our Earlier Days It was oir Monday November 1 lOlfi that I left Kins Cove Village with7 Oapl Charlie Madsen In liis 28foot power boat bound for Ilia extreme end of the Alaska Peninsula tlirousli the False Pass and Isanotski Strait and to the tundra lands of the Herinjr Sea side Our first attempt at this trip had ended disastrously anil ve were cautious if not a bit nervous as ve headed out past the cape and into the North Pacific in our small craft It was of course stormy as it ever is at that time of year and we bucked the big swells and white caps from daylight until dark arriving at last in the little cove on Knlinak Island at the entrance to False Pass which was our long days Journeys end Some time before we had anchored our boat there were two figures down on the bench and they soon pushed out in a dory to take us ashore Iete Johnson and his son are two real honestto RO pioneers of the treat North and the lios pitality of their comfortable barrabara for the throe following days that we were storm bound on Viiimnk Island will never be forgotten Neither will the way the wind can blow there And while Petes guest it may be interest ins to note I enjoyed a privilege which comes to not i great many persons that of sleeping on a genuine eiderdown mattress the eiderdown having been gathered from the rookeries on the island Mrs Johnson who is a descendant of the first Iussian pioneers to come across the Pacific is a fine hostess and as they had a phonograph and Petes sou is an adept m Hie ajf cord ion we thoroughly enjoyed our forced slay in that stormy most out ofthoway spot on the frontier of the Great North Leaving Pete Johnsons shortly after daybreak we headed straight into the False Pass and for the Isanotski Strait that separates the extreme end of the peninsula from the first if the Aleutian Islnads And here I wantjto mention the wonderful abun dance of aquatic bird life in that section There were ducks geese etc in thousands big eiders j j Stellers eiders harlequins old squaws etc some j of remarkably beautiful plumage And while we were bucking the currents and whirlpools in the strait we passed several big sea lions lying sleep ¬ ily ou some jutting rocks of a reef and a little band of fur seal swimming through to the Pacific en route to spend their winter in the south The Isanotski Strait is not the most pleasant one to navigate nor the safest It has a tide that runs j j at about ten miles per hour is narrow and obstruced by an abundance of rocky reefs is full of big whirlpools and has dangerous shifting shoals at cither cud Hut we managed to make it I without mishap and by dusk were riding the swells i I I into Morzhovoi Pay and anchored in front of the primitive little native village of the same name nameHEMNANT HEMNANT OF SEAL DAYS OF OLD OLDMorzhovoi Morzhovoi village is a remnant of the strenuous seal and sea otter days of old In summer it har ¬ bors a native population of probably seventyfive to one hundred individuals but in winter most all of these go out to their trapping grounds their uiTovlike barraharas being scattered at intervals along the coast The trapping grounds are pos ¬ sessed as we possess our farms and encroachment is a very serious offense offenseThere There is but a single white man in Morzhovoi village Fred Toggersbn a Scandinavian sailor who came there in the sealing days twenty some years ago married the chiefs sister and seems quite content In those most unusual surroundings And Indeed his hospitality was a credit to that great frontier frontierAVe AVe were up early the next morning and after a hearty breakfast I set out with Freds two oldest boys who vouched to show me caribou until I was tired of looking at them Following the beach to the bead of Morzhovoi Ray we struck across the tundra toward the hills At once we spotted a bunch of dark objects moving slowly along the foot of a hill which the binoculars showed to 1 e a band of about fifteen caribou I was intent on going after them but at my guides advice we continued ridgeWhen on toward the nearest low ridge When we at last readied the top a sight lay before me which will never be forgotten Spread out over the tundra between that low ridgo and the line of higher hills about two miles distant were probably one thousand caribou and within about six miles of the village villageOff Off to the west on Inimak Island rose snowy Mount Shishaldin with its ever present pennant of volcanic smoke off to the north stretched the rolling tumbling reaches of the Htring Sea already in the grip of winter storms and out in front of me roamed a thousand graceful caribou What more could a devotee of the great wilds wish for forFor For some time I stood and surveyed the scene with my binoculars rnd wished that I had a camera which would reproduce it just ax I saw it then in all its life and vividness that 1 might bring it Kick for the enjoyment and admiration of those thousands of my fellow admirers of the far places and the denizens of the wilderness wildernessoing oing over the ridge we a me onto another small detachment of the his herd seven or eight of them and they strode off upon sighting us And to my mind there is no other of the deer family that carries itself more gracefully than the curihou on this continent at least Head held haughtily high they strode off with a step and form that would do credit to the most highly trained stable prize prizeHut Hut as there was not an overly desirable member of this litle band and as they seemed to be intent on keeping a safe distance from us they were neither molested nor followed followedI I inquired if the big herd had just come to that particular vicinity but was casually informed that they had been there for some time And that caused me to stop and think just how fortunate these natives really were No high cost of living here An ideal moajt market at their very ba k door and ducks and geese and clams and fish and berries and everything as free as the flowers in spring springI I also inquired if the natives from the village killed many of the animals but was informed that they seldom went after them except Avhen in need of food foodPRACTICE PRACTICE SOME OUTLANDISH CUSTOMS CUSTOMSHowever However then are certain of the natives along the Jlering Coast who practice some rather out ¬ landish customs in regards to the caribou and the welfare of that species Most notable among these tire the following I The killing of numerous caribou to use us bait and tloiit which to set their fox traps tho killing of these animals merely for their tongues which are considered a rare delicacy of food and 3 the killing of pregnant does in the spring for the skins of the yet un ¬ born calves tile skins ot which are used in the making of fancy parkas fur coats In tluiso cases it is rarely if ever that the meat of the animal is used for food And a few hundred dol ¬ lars spout each year in game warden salaries would put an end to all this Further I am sorry to add these depredations are not entirely confined to the natives especially the first practice hav ¬ ing been ascribed to certain white trappers in the country One of the boys left us to make the rounds of his fox traps end the two of us started after the caribou Making a detour so as to have the wind In one r faces we began making our way down a rather shal ¬ 1 low ravine in the general direction of the herd lu places we were forced to crawl on our ha nils and 1 knees in the wet snow and once wo started a small band that strode suspiciously off to a safe I distance and then resumed their pawing for the white moss that was beneath the snow snowHut Hut is we sot farther out on the more level tundra land our little alley of approach became almost too shallow to conceal us So rnbbing snpw over our caps and shoulders we crawled up to where we could lay and watch them which wedid i for tome time without their noticing us I took f several exposures of the heard despite 1 lie fact that it was chiudyi and they were still a considerable distance away Hut as I looked over hem with t the binoculars I was able to locate several fine big bucks with elegant sets of antlers which was in itself a very definite incentive incentiveIt It was quite evident that the largest pnrt if t the herd was moving in a westerly direction and I probably would pass close to a point of the hill we had Just come over Assuming this we worked J otr way back over the route we had just followed and were at last in the creek bed at the point A where we hoped the herd would pass We squatted there for what seemed to be a terribly long time and still the herd seemed to be just as far away as when wo arrived arrivedThen Then as if struck by a sudden idea a part of the herd broke away from the rest and started working somewhat more speedily uj along the hill ¬ j side apparently intent on crossing Just above us Hut the rest continued their pawing and grazing grazingIt It was not long before the detachment was al ¬ most abreast of us They were for the most part i does and young animals with not a really good head in the bunch I took a couple of pictures of thorn and they soon passed over the crest Of the hill and out of sight As it was then approaching the middle of tlie afternoon and as the big herd seemed coming far too slowly I became a little restless and decided to try working on down the creek bed bedAfter After about an hours rather wet maneuvering J we fginul ourselves practically on the edge of the herd Then I was advised by my companion that we bad best not go any farther which had I been my own candid opinion for some time past j am very cautiously we crawled up on the bank to survey tho scene The nearest animals wijre j probably not more than fifty yards distant and I there were at least 200 of them within 200 yards of us I spotted a fine big buck standing some ¬ what by itself about 100 yards away and being able to Jocate nothing better I carefully slipped my gtin out in front of me and waited for an open shot I did not have to wait long and at the report he reared on his hind legs and wont over backward in a heap The whole herd wheeled and made off snorting and stamping but the most J of them stopped before they had gone more than a half mile a few continuing their grazing but the i most of them watching suspiciously or moving on to a safer distance as we went out to where our quarry lay laySHOWEp SHOWEp NO GREAT SIGNS OF FEAR FEARI I spent four days in the vicinity of this big herd and in that time the majority of the ani ¬ i mals did not move more than three or four miles They always made it a point to keep a safe distance away but showed no great amount of fear or signs of leaving the district on account of our presence I shot but two animals in that herd though there Was the opportunity of shooting dozens Hut the thorough enjoyment alone that I realized from just watching them and endeavoring to photograph them a thousand times repaid me for my time and ef ¬ forts On the last day the two of us walked in plain sight directly through the wide valley over which the herd was spread Part of the animals fled in front of us but a good share of them merely ook up onto the hills on either side to return 0 the tundra in the valley and there grazing not ong after we had passed passedHowever However on all the numerous occasions when I happened onto or stalked smaller herds of caribou especially on the Pacific side of the Alaska Penin ¬ sula I found them ever quite ready to take to their heels and put a safe distance lietwecn me and themselves themselvesOn On another trip out from King Cove we went up to the head of Cold Morofski Hay which with Izembeck Hay on the luring Sea side very nearly cuts off the end of the peninsula making t an island The isthmus connecting that which is to the westward with the mainland is a low strip of tundra land only alnmt eight miles wide while it is about twentyfive miles to the en trance of either bay bayWe We had been buying furs mainly fox and land otters from the natives and decided fo spend a couple of dnys after caribou on the Hering Sea walking across from the head of Cold Hay HayAfter After getting stuck in the mud flats several times we managed to find an anchorage in the large lagoon at the head of the bay It was then after midday but going ashore we were soon making our way across to the other side sideAVe AVe saw about fifteen caribou but due to the flat nature of the country we did not get a good shot the entire afternoon Returning to the boat early in tho evening I shot several elders other ducks and a couple of geese in the lagoon while Madsen was getting some coffee and andThat That was on the nineteenth day of December and there was a considerable amount of ice in the lagoon and bay that came in and went out with the tide crunchiifg and grinding against the hull of our boat throughout nightAVe the following night AVe were up early the next morning intending to go back toward the entrance of the bay get a caribou in the more broken country then pick up an Kskimo reindeer herder who was waiting for us at a natives barrabara ajid strike for home for Christmas ChristmasNARROW NARROW ESCAPE IN ICY WATERS WATERSMadsen Madsen went back to warm up the engine and 1 climbed out on the frosty deck and went up for ¬ ward to heave the anchor on board Having seen a big seal in an open space in the slush ice not far from tlu boat I took the rifle with me in the hope of getting a shot at him and my attention was divided between coiling a hundred feet of big anchor rope ou the deck and watching for the seal Hut he did not reappear and I at last started pulling the big anchor up onto the boat Hut catching on the boats low railing it necessitated my reach ¬ ing out to release it I got hold of the ring on the anchor and was lifting it out to clear the obstruction when somehow my feet slipped on the frosty deck and over I went head first into the slush ice and holding onto the end of a seventyfive pound anchor anchorI I came up sputtering and gasping the icy cold water going through me like electricity There was further nothing on the boat to which I could catch hold except the anchor rope and I immediately began the long handoverhand nice to the end ot that hundred feet of big stiff rope I knew that Madsen would never bear me on account of the noise of the engine and also that the severe cold water would soon numb me dangerously How ¬ ever I managed to reach the end of the rope and winding it around my ami waited until I should be found foundFortunately Fortunately Madsen came up on the deck before starting the boat found me hanging on for all I was worth half frozen in the icy water and man ¬ aged to pull me on deck Hut unfortunately when I had gone overboard 1 had taken with me nllof thi surplus clothing on the boat having put ou my extras to keep warm during the night And still more nufortunatejy we had already used almost tho last of our available firewood on the boat for cooking and being in the tundra country there was not a stick of alder or other wood within ten miles milesWell Well anyhow to make a long story short I had a mighty uncomfortable time of it for the rest of the day despite the fact that I got partly dried out at the natives barrabara Madsen got a nica caribou for meat and we got home late the next night fighting a blizzard and high seas most of the way Hut after I had something to eat and crawled in between the warm blankets I soon for ¬ got all about the discomforts of the past day and did not feel any the worse for my cold ducking Nevertheless those are the experiences that are more enjoyable us reminiscences than in actuality And actualityAnd despite the hardships etc that come in the courso of a days work Up There it is one Great and Grand Land The caribou is a wonderfully graceful animal highly worthy of adequate govern ¬ ment protection and the thorough enjoyment ot seeing them as I have seen them incidentally makes it much worth the while of anyone to go oub and beyond to where they are to be found in plenty and where the monarch of civilization has not yet driven them from their native heath Harold Mc Urackcu in Fiald and Stream Page 6 THE AMERICAN AMERICANRAGING RAGING MANUAL FOR 1921 The Encyclopedia of Thoroughbreddoin The 1921 MANUALS Handicap Tables have been brought up to date Instead of divisions of quarter seconds the three tables have all been modernized into fifths Before the tables and their application charts is an introduction and general directions for handicapping by the late Nin S Hand an expert of the firstclass who recently died in California Engraved Diagrams of thirtytwo leading American race courses with their loca tions capacities chutes stands width of tracks and length of stretches in detail ITS REGULAR FEATURES ARE All Scales of Kacing Weights 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