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MANY WOMEN OUT
TO SEE RACES
BOOKMAKERS HAVE LITTLE TO
' DO IN BIG CROWD
Ascot Officials Making Fight Against
the Newspaper Men — Track
Agents Would Bar Fair.
Minded Writers
lIT FOIIK*T tOWRT.
Despite the fact that the weather
yesterday whs all that could be desired
for outdoor sport, only a fair sized
crowd attended the races. The grand
utand, however, was crowded to Its ca
pacity by women patrons, who were
admitted free. Men were at ft premium
and the books handled little money.
When the day* sport was over the
bookmakers reported a bad day in the
betting ring.
Outsiders Win
Four outsiders nnd two favorites got
the money yesterday nt the local track.
Declmo, third choice In the betting In
the steeplechase race, bent Flea a
length, with Allegiance third. The
winner was reserved for the run home
nnd did not move up to a contending
position till after taking the last Jump.
He then flashed Into a winning lead and
held the others safe.
Sun Fire, at 6 to 1, got the long end
of the purse In the 2-year-old race,
second on the card. Search Me was
second and Cello, starting for the first
time, third. Royal Income and Astral,
from the Btable of C. E. Durnell and
always favorites, were unplaced.
E. M. Brattaln finally got into a race
that was to order for him and as a
result he easily disposed of Borghesi
and Lustlg. Brattain closed favorite
at 4 to 5, with Borghesl second choice
at even money.
Position and Ripper went to the post
equal favorites In the Brooks course
race, fourth on tho card, but neither
of the well backed horses got In the
money. The winner turned up in Invlc
tus, who i went to the post at 5 to 1.
Bugle Horn was second and Freesias
third.
Frank Regan's Cotillion won the
seven furlong selling race, fifth on the
card, from Kingthorpe and Maggie
Mackey. Cotillion was always favorite
and went to the post at 4 to 5.
Bailey finally won a race by getting
In where he belonged. He went to th«j
post at 6 t0.1.1n the sixth race and
easily disposed from Dixelle and Belle
Dixon.
Trotter Sold at Chicago
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Feb. 21.— Gazote (2:l6>i)
.has brought the top price at the open
ing day oC the trotting horse sale at
the stock yards.
Most of the horses sold were from
the stable iof the late D. W. Brenne
man. There were forty head in the
consignment, the average price per
head being $460. The best sales follow:
Gazote (2:16 1 / i), br. h., 3, by Nozote-
Lulu Wilkes, by George Wilkes — G.
Heusens, New York, $6100.
Highwood (2:21%), br. h., by Nut
wood-Dalphine, by Harold— W. A. Wil
liams, Kansas City, Mo., $3000.
Chlmere (bl. f., 4, by Chimes-Dark
ness, by Mambrino King— W. H, Whit
tington, Decatur, 111., $1000.
Baseball at Compton
This afternoon at Compton the base
ball team of Woodbury Business col
lege will endeavor to lift the pate locks
of the Compton high school boys in
their scheduled game. Ganahl and
Ewlng will form the battery for the'
local business college team. The game
■will be called at 3:30.
King Edward Buys Jumper
By Associated Press.
LONDON, Feb. 21.— King Edward,
•whose steeplechaser, Ambush 11, died
Saturday in Ireland, today purchased
the Australian jumper Nolgal, now
favorite for the Grand National steeple
chase to be run at the Liverpool spring
meeting, March 31.
Rockenfeld Goes to St. Louis
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 21.— The St. Louis
American league has adjusted matters
satisfactorily to Ike Rockenfeld, the
coast league lnflelder, who will report
here to make the training trip with
the club to Dallas, Tex.
Drunkards
Curcdjiecretly
Any Lady Can do it at Horne — Costs
Nothing to Try
1 A Family Raitorad to Happlnats by • ■
S tho Great Halnet Cure for ft
A new and tasteless discovery whirl) can ba
given In lea. i-offen or food, llturtliy In-
i|..rs...| by W. f. T. U. and all temperam-a
workeri. It doea lt« work io ellgntly and
kurely that while the devoted wife, nlater. or
tlaught'r Inoka i.n. tli« drunkard la reclalnKxl
even avalnat lil» will and without hla knowl-
edge. f>ni.| your n.-iniM and addrena to Dr.
1. W. llaln**. azis (llenn Hl.in , Cincinnati.
U., and he will mall a trial package i.f Uuiden
Bpeclflo free, to Know bow easily It la to
cure djruoktrda w itli ttali remedy. .
POLO TROPHY TO BE PLAYED FOR TODAY AT RIVERSIDE
HERALD RACING CHART
ASCOT r.\RK, Tuesday, February 21. 77th day. Wpnther cloudy. Track fast. A. W. Hnmtl
tnn, rreslilltiß Judge. .1. J." Hnltmnn, Starter.
Ae"J FIRST nACE-Fi-pp Handicap Streplcchas?. Short cotirs?. Foui-y?ai-olds and up-
Hi*4 ward. Value to first *.12».
Index. Horse a"nd Owner. Wt. St. 4 6 Sir. Fin. "! Jockey .' Op.' Cl.
Tw Declmo. r, i7l~Stnvcr) 1M 2 4 2 2~4 I~h 1 t Fiilkn 2 7-2
4:w Flea, 4 (V. Qllhert) 183 1 34 In 23 2h Sullivan 3 3
421 Allegiance, 6 (Davlcs Co.) H7 5 ft 10 420 3 5 3 S I>aytnn *2 6-2
4:t:> Jim Hozeman, a (P. Olsen) I ! 'S 4 21 !1, t» 4!5 '"nllls 4 6
409 Dr. IxjnK. « (C. V. Tannner) 13" 3 c S h 5 Russell 6 7
43S Suave, a (T. A. Davtes & Co.) 13) 6 11 Kan out. Tully
•Davios entry. . ______
Poet 1:40. Off at once. Tlmc-3:OS. Declnm place fi-5. show 3-5. Flea place 1. show
1-2. Separate. liottlns;— Allegiance show 3-r,. Suave show 1. Winner, b. g. . 5, Darenln—
Sophie. Trained by J. M. Shields. Scratched-Llmerick Town. Start good. Won driv
ing, serond tho same.
Declmo In a gooil position and in a hard drive outgntneri Flea In the end. Latter was
net up. Jim Rozeman showed npeed for a mile then stopped badly. Suave ran out at the.
sixth Jump* l'r l^nc no prcsptit Recount ovor tlis stopplf*chns(* coursi* ', pt*(*f**rH t iip lmrn ips,
A KB. SECOND RACK— Three and a half furlongs. Purse. Maiden colts and geldings
130 two years old. Value to first }325.
Ir.dex. Horse and Owner. Wt. St. !J »i Str. Fin. Jockey. Op. CL
"41« Sun Kiie, 21 (McLaughlin) 114 3.. .. 12 1 2>j W. Ducnn fi «
427 Search Me. 2 (linsatioin) 110 1 .. .. ' 2 4 23. J. Hooker 3 11-2
... Cello. 2 (Moormead Kami) HI 2 .. .. 4 1 3 'i Fuller 6 20
... Koyal Income, 2 (Durnoll) UH S .. .. 3 142 Prior »3 18-5
427 Astral, 2 (C. B. Uurnollj m.l 6 .. .. 7 2 5 4 McDanlel • •
319 Prince of Coins, 2 (G. & OH.) HI 7 .. .. 6'i B 4 rtt-nprmp 6 8
... I.isaro, 2 (13. J. Haldwln) 114 S .. .. fi ', 7>i .1. MoMrlde 6 5
... Hill Perry. 2 (A. Forbes & Co.) IK 4 .. .. Rfi S 2 llelgeraon 10 10H
... J. K. F.. 2(0. Stubpnliord) 114 11 .. .. 9 2 !> 4 Kunz 6 12
... Howell Waters. 2 (Waters) lit » .. .. 10 1 10 3 Nevlns 10 7
... Uesmages, 2 (C. IJeraazes) 11110 .. .. 11 11 Uarton 15 ICO
•Durncll entrj'.
Post 2:10. At post 1 minute. Time— :24'i, :42. Sun place 6-5, show 3-5. Search Me.
place 11-5. show 1. Cello show 4. . Winner, eh. c. 2. Henry of Navarre-Sun Finn. Trained
by Jas. Mclaughlin. Srratched— Thatswhat. Start good. Won easily, second the same.
Sun Fire beat the harrier, which won for him. Search Me away Hying easily held the
others safe. Cello ran a good race and will soon win. Royal Income hung on well.
Astral no excuses, others no chance with start.
*et\ THIRD RACK— Five and a halt furlong 3. Purse. Four-year-olds and upward.
to? Value to first $32.'.
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt. St. M X Str. Fin. JocKey. Op. Ci.
447 E. M. Hrattain, 6 (Millln) 109 7 2h 1 2Vi 12 1 2"i Fuller 8-5 4 5
443 Borghesl. 4 (Moormead Farm) 10s 4 31 4 3 3 2 2 l'j Miller 7-5 1
218 Lustlg, 4 (S. M. Williams) ion S 4 2!a S!i 4 4 '3 314 \V. JJugan 10 20
443 Nellie May, a (Lamar Bros.) 107 3 1 n 2 1 2'} 4f. Herbert 15 50
355 Isabute, 4 (Kitzjwald & T.) lo.t 6 B I' 4 514 5 ]'i 5 4 J. Kelly 15 60
422 Etnel Becht, 4 (Bla3inßame) 10.1 2fi6 612 613 68 Croathwte 20 100
354 Frank Mayi, ft (Anseleno Stable) 11l 8 8 8 8 715 llelserson 20 i:,l)
385 Habe, 6 (W. L. Oftz) 109 17 10 78 74 8 Hobart r.O »J0
Post 2:40. At post 1 minute. Time— :24V4, :4S}i, l:01& 1:07. Brattaln nnd Borghesl out
place and show.- Lustlg show I. Winner, xr. g., 6. Capllvo-L*ora. Trained by owner.
Overweights— ljustla 114, Frank Mayo 2. Start good. Won easily, second the same.
well, soon overhauled the pacemakers and then stood them on their heads. Horghesl ran her
race. 1-ustlg closed s.^utly anil on the end was running great guns. Nellie showed speed
but stopped when real racing began.
A tin FOURTH RACE— Brooks course. Selling. Four-year-olds and upward. Value to
lOU first J325.
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt. St. \t »j Str. Fin JooKey. Op. Cl.
442 Invlctus, a (Mrs. F. Galiriel) SS 2 111 11^ lUJ I|, .1. Kelly 4 9-»
431 Bugle Horn, (B. V. Hobart) 10ii 3 r, 2 5 3 3Hi 2 IVi .1. Mcßrlrle « 10
47.1 l Freeslas. 4 (J. A. Wonbeig) 100 1 3 1 iV\ 2\, 111 McDanlel r, R
442 Position, a (U A. Hi.nsack) 112 6 6 6 6 4 3'i Fuller 3 4
(407) Helgerson, 4 (C.us Lanka) 102 444 41 SI r, 1 Moiiarily 4 (j
450 Ripper, 6 (W. It. Linton) 105 r, 2 1 214 42 G Herbert 3 4
43! Chub, a (Mont Tennua) :W> 7 Pulle.l up. j. Clark 10 9
Post 3:03. At post 2 minutes. Time-:2:.. :.v>. 1:17. 1: 1314, IM'v. Invlctus. pluce 8-5,
show 4-5. Bugle place 3. show 8-5. Freeslas show 1. Winner, lilk. g., a. Inspector B -
lowa. Trained l.y W. Gabriel. Start good. Won driving, second ratlly.
Invlctus always in front and on tho end had enough left to smil off the fast coming
P.ugle. Tho latter closed stoutly In on the rail Freeslas about r«n her rare. On the
end she was tiring probably. Chub pulllcd up. Hipper l.unipn! Invlctua right after start
461 FII '" rH RACE— Seven furlongs. Selling. Thrcß-year-oldn. Valuo tiT7l"i^t~*32o"
Index. Hone and Owner. Wt. St. '.i, «4 Sir. Fin. Jockey! Op. a.
424 Cotillion, 3 (Frank Regan) 03 G 5 h 3 o'i 24 114 McManiel 1 "7* r .
417 Klngthorpo, 3 (J. J. Ellerd) W) « 1 .-. IS 1 2'i 2 4 Herbert J-- r. "■>
422 Mac Mackcv, 3 (Htubenboid) 93 3 3 2 2h 3 5 3 1 Morlarlty « S .">
410 Spring l/>af. 3 (Gorman & Hro.) 95 4 7 6 h 4 1 4 2 M. W0...| c V.
428 Heraain, J (B. Bchrelber) 9:- 1 4h 7 on r. 2 VonUrairiT'lS 40
422 l*.ly Nlnora. 3 (J. B. Harris) 9:. 761 42^ r, IV4 610 Hnh-nmb ' 40
... Plotter. 3 iKn.-belkamp Co.) »!■ 221 5 h 7 7 J.M'Brlda 10 23
Poat 3:35. At post 2 minutes Tlnie-:2IU. :4:i. I:l3'i. I:;S'.,. Cotillion place 1-3. out
show. Klnglhorpe place 9-10, show 1-3. Maggie 3-r,. Winner, eh. t., 3. Klnmtnii-Merrv I
Dance. Trained by owner. Start good. Won handily, second easily. uverwelghti-
Cotillion In a soft »pot. In clone quarters first part and did not appear »n have 1, „|m n, -.
at head of stretch. Gap opened up, large enough t.. drive a truck through whirl. PHictkallv
presented him with iac». Kinglhorpe In a .lr.g r,f the first water. Mackey stopped
462 SIXT " RACE -° n# mlle - Selllln c' Tiiier-j ear-olds and upwurij."~"A : a"lTieT ) rnr.t |3^
Ir.dex. Horse and Owner. Wl St. '4 % Kir. Fin. Jockey! Op. f\
453 Bailey. 31P. K. H«lrrt) / SS 72 2 2 h 1~ Mi ivToTllrli^ 4 i
m Dl»ell.. 3 IW. S. Price. Sill 3JI 3 4 «1 "1 \\- , ,'.*„ J "
13S Hello IlU.n. 3 I. r. L. l|o|lan«l) »l 1 »ij B'i 62 3 1 W Mlll»r4 II 5
4.13 Namtor, (, if. H»isAn) 113 3 4.1 41, 414 4 2 \\" 1 ., La, « in
4o» Undver, ( (V. W. I'ooper) S3 9 7'i 6', f, v, r, ,■ niiiun n J
K>T Hindoo Prlnrenn, -i IS. Pulk) 102 4 n. 11, 3 1(4 gl 4 Uunz i ,
420 Alheit Knrlfht, « (Martin) ft • 5 8 h In 71 7ti llolcnmh «7\ „
4..S Ulloa, a 1.1. .1. Klleid, IM X 9>j 9 2 li I 8.1 l|e,',o t I 5
S:l3 Anlra.l. 4 (T. A. Dhvlpi « ('«,) 10;. B]o I |0 1 (I, -, 6 w ,:'.., ,'' £
354 Prince Palailne. « «>wl St.) ill in II II in \,i iiePi,.,..,,! i! ;«
4*) C.Minlel P .,l>e, 5 111. Hooker) 111.-. 3 >», } j Brk down .1. Kelly «t S 3
I'ost 4:0r,. Al post 3 minutes. Tlitio - :2r,. :.Mi. I:|.Vi, ];K\. naU.~\- ninra'Tl IZZ.
4S. Ulielle lOsce b. »how J'i. Dlxon show 1. winner, eh, g., 3, IVrint-Bh/na V»T
Trained by ownei. Scratched- Fonnlla. Nullah. Mix* May Bovvdlsh. Kturt 'a-util u*«
drlvlng. KK'ond handily. Ov*rwelght»-Prlnoa J'alHtliie 4'i. "
Bailey Lent. (Jot through on Blrclrh hund nml euxlly held nthen saTe tlironirh t i,.. k
nix.lle ran her race and never had a chance, ix.rscy put up H good "id"! "?„ In mou. PL»
not there. llelle clo»t-c» atoutly. Namtor atopreU, C;ount«r|KjUe almost knocked to knee*
Basketball at Whittler
The boys' basketball team of the Los
Angeles lilkli school will go to Whittler
today to play the team from Whittler
cullege for the championship of the
luteracholastlu league?. I tot li teama
have been practicing faithfully for the
game antl will be In the bent of condi
tion. Although the Whittler team Is a
fast one and know* all the fine points
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY aa, tgos-
of the game, the high school boys are
confident of bringing home champion
ship honors. The following players
will enter the game for the high
school: Johnson and Cortelyou,
guards; M. Mitchell, center; B. Mitch
ell und HusKiy, forwards.
If yon tvaut la it, cast, o. H.jd,, r iL.
A««nt lllluol. Central H. it. 11l 8. Bering.
HANDSOME POLO
CUP DONATED
FRANK MACKEY, CHICAGO MIL
LIONAIRE, GIVES TROPHY
Will Be Played for Annually by Teams
of the Btate— First Game for
Mug Occurs Today at
Riverside
special to Tii* Herald.
niVEUSIDB, Feb. 21.— 1n mi effort
to stimulate more frequent competi
tive matches between the polo teams of
Soulh"ni California, Frank J. Mnckey,
tho millionaire polo fiilhiislnsl of Chi
cago, has offered a valuable trophy cup
(o be playad for by the polo olubs of
the I'aeiflfl coast. Mr. Mackey lias rec
ognized the advantages offered by the
climate of Southern California for the
enjoyment of the game Irrespective of
season, and Is hopeful that the new
cup will prove a needed incentive to
the polo organizations of. the state.
The cup Simula sixteen InehOi high
and in of solid silver with golrl lining,
and Is mounted upon a base of ebony.
Mr, Mackey Is one of the best known
Polo player* of the United States and
has play.ad ngalnst the famous English
Htullnßham team In international
mutches. The first contest for the cup
will occur tomorrow, when n <cam
composed mainly of Englishmen now
repldlnsr In Riverside will meet thp reg
ular tpam of the Ulver.iide Polo club.
The style of the English cracks' work
with the mallet has been closely
watched by loral enthusiasts and n
hard and exciting game Is anticipated
tomorrow.
Annual Tourney for Cup
It is planned I" makp thn tournament
for the jMarkey trophy the feature of
the game In Southern California. Los
Aiirplps and Redlnnrls men have ex
pfessed the Intention of entering the
lists In the future, and as the contpst-
Ing teams nre not limited to any one
FPctlon of the state, It Is not lmprob
ahlo that the famous Burllngame team
will junket southward in an attempt
to lift the coveted trophy.
With the exception of Frank Mackey
the so-called "English" team Is com
posed entirely of men from the "tight
little isle." Sir George Prescott, Cap
tain de Crefiplgny and F. Menzles are
the Britishers who complete the line
up. Captain de Cresplgny has been
prominently identified with the game
in England for years and Is considered
one of the cleverest men who wield
the mallet in equestrian polo. \ Menzies
and Prescott are equally well known
as polo enthusiasts of more than ordi
nary ability.
Flo-.vers, Redmayne and Pattee are
the three men who, with F. D. Hud
son, will form the hope of the loyal
Riverslders in tomorrow's game. These
are all experienced and have proved
their metal in many a hard-fought
contest.
ASCOT ENTRIES
First race, purse, maidens, one mllo:
.Index. Horse and owner. Wt.
243 Los Angeleno (Tucker) 10y
418 .Skeptic (Moormead) 108
353 Sinicado (Wood) 108
462' Prince Palatine (Owl stables). 107
433 Bailey (Baird) 105
343 Count Rudolf (Thompson) 104
350 Auro (Beall) , 103
... Telephone Belle ......' 103
184 Gleeman (Lanka) 103
433 Dissipation (Gorman) IC3
389 Josic Wheeler (Pratt) 102
Second race, purse, 2-year-olds, four
furlongs:
(403) Wee Girl (Stubenbord) 121
451 Annls (Stubenbord) 97
(451) Ala Russell (Williams) lU7
... Karl Rogers, b. c, Saln-Slster
to Uncle Bob 105
451 list (El Rio stables)... .V.'UOS
284 Azuba (Wood) 97
Third race, purse, six furlongs:
454 Kenllworth (Stover) ll'i
... Burlington 105
... Angeleno 102
424 Ernshee (Wernberg) 102
(418) PrlnceES Tltanla (Mlllin) 100
413 El Chihuahua (Miss Thomp
son) U3
452 Tim Hurst (Blute) ffi
452 ltulph Reese (Pushing) !)J
34 LericlH (Stubenbord) 'Ji
410 Head Dance (Henshall) !i2
452 West Brookneld (Carey) 92
441 Tyiolian (Schawacker) 90
419 HlloiiH (Bonsack) 87
Fourth race, $1250 added; Santa An
ita handicap; Brooks' course:
(393) Hchoolmate (Price) 123
454 Hequiter (Williams) .: 116
448 Pasadena (McLaughlin) lit)
339 lira KB (Curl.) 10S
310 Foncasta (Curl) s»7
450 , Sheriff Bell (Mlllard) 103
449 Brlarthorpe (Crysler) 102
397 Nitrate (Tennes) 10>i
436' Dlmnunte (Spiers) 10')
448 Kehallan (lloeland) »S
459 Burghegl (Moormead Sta.) 96
Fifth race, purse, 3-year-olds, Slau
son course:
(429) t'lgHillghter (Miller) 11.)
441 Tramator (Blute) 107
(452) Fireball (Williams) 10'>
(411) Witch linzel (Hpgnn) 100
434 Smithy Kunn (Hull & Co.) 97
Sixth race, selling, one mile and fifty
yards:
(450) Oro Viva »107
(445) Padua (Price) »107
456 Palmist (Tonnes) 101
450 Olnclnnatus (Blute) *10u
(412) Dutiful (Murphy) »97
449 Urlarthorpe (Crysler) *9ti
431 The I^ady Rohesfti (Henshall). »33
431 My Gem (Oushlng) »8»
•Apprentice allowance.
Guesses at Llfe't Problems
Tha man who paid moat for Ills experi
ence la generally the cue who la willing to
•ell It rooit cheaply. IJajMmKMligl
TODAY'S PROGRAM OF
' SPORTS
;; Oroldental-tT. 8. C. field day at
"Methodist ovnl, 2:30 p. m.
J; Lou Annelen Driving; Hub matl
>'nee, Agricultural park, 1:30 p. m.
',', Amateur Rolf championship tour-
I > nament on I^os Angeles Country
! ', club links.
II li«crojii«e Rd me, Shamrocks vs.
', ! Los Angeles high school, Flestft
1 1 park.
, ', Auto raced at Coronado Hench,
J | San Diego.
$ Tennis at Central courts, I'nsn
f dena.
'■ . Jtunnlng races ot Ascot park.
;| l'olo tournament nt Mverslde.
• > Bicycle road race nt Oovlnd..
; J Driving matinee at San Ber
• • nardlno.
',', Amateur baseball at I'ragrrpark.
BAD DAY FOR THE
FAVORITES AT OAKLAND
One Out of Six Successful and the
Long Shots Have an Inning — Mr.
Dingle Finally Wins a Race .
By A»socirite<S Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 21.— 1t was 11
had day for favorites, only one neliiß
successful. Weather clear; trrfck
hrnvy. Summary:
First rnep, three and a half furlonß*
—Chief Wlttman, no (Bonner)i 18 to 5,
won: Southern Lady, 102 (Alvnratlo),
8 to 5, second; CagaZKQi 110 (Hoffman),
30 to 1, third. Time, ;46. Novl, La-ly
Caltherln, Semllune, Miss Topsy und
Ifl.i silfjo ran.
Second race, futurity course, selling—
Mrada, 86 (Barrett;, 8 to 1, won; Slli
cnte, 103 (Knapp), 11 . to 2, second;
Agnes' Mark. 107 (H. Smith), 7 to 2,
third. Time. 1:16. Batldor, Sktpme,
The Hawaiian, Goldenbuck nnd Edu
cate also ran.
Third race, seven furlongs— Hlppon.
109 (Alarle). 9 to 2, won; Toto Qratlot,
Jl2 (BpID, 30 to 1, second; Hulford, 101
(WrlßhU, 9 to 10, third. Time. 1:34^.
Mr. Farnum, Cuban Quppii, Bob Pal
mer nnd Brown Patsy also ran.
Fourth race, selling, mile and twenty
yards— lsabelllta, 107 (Knapp), 6 to 1,
won; Trapsettpr, 102 (Barrett), 6 to 1,
second; Barney Dreyfus, 99 (Grannm),
7 to 2, third. Time, 1:51. Frangible,
Cloche dOr and The Fretter also ran.
Fifth race, selling— Mr. Dingle, 107
(Jones). 13 to 5, won; Blackthorn, 112
(Knapp), 9 to 1, second; Jack Littlo,
108 (Otis), 16 to 5, third. Time, 1:49%.
Hungarian, Homage, Foxy Grandpa
and Playball also ran.
Sixth race, Futurity course, purse-
True Wing, 105 (Birkenruth), 16 to 5,
won; M. A. Powell, 110 (Bonner), 5 to
2, second; Duplex, 100 (Knapp), 40 to 1.
third. Time, 1:16. Andvari, Celerea, St.
Denis and Cloudlight also ran. Detec
rlna left at post.
Oaklawn Results
By Associated Press.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 21.—Oak
lawn results:
First race, three and a half furlongs
— Quinn Brady won, Peter the Great
second; Never Seen third. Time, :48 3-5.
Second race, five and a half furlongs
— Mlrs Connell won. Inflammable sec
ond. But Well third. Time, 1:19 4-5.
Third race, one mile— Tocsan won,
Gus Heldorn second, Turrandol third.
Time, 1:57 3-s;|H||2jp
Fourth race, three furlongs— Ossinko
won, Lady Charade second, Minna
Baker third. Time, :40 3-5.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs —
Platoon won, Voltaire second, Orches
tra third. Time, 1:19 3-5.
Sixth race, mile and qne-elghth —
Nameokl won, Memphlan second. Pro
ceeds third. Time, 2:13 3-5.
Crescent City Winners
By Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb." 21.— Crescent
City results:
First race, one mile — Conundrum
won, Gladiator second, Arachuet third.
Time, 1:51 2-5.
Second race, six furlongs— Chamblee
won, Ogontz second, Safeguard third.
Time, 1:21.
Third race, six furlongs — Flying
Charcoal won, Belle of Portland sec
ond, Dusky third. Time, 1:20.
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs —
Right Royal won, Jake Sanders sec
ond, Dapple Gold third. Time, 1:19.
Fifth race, five and a half furlongs-
Song and Wine won, Charlie Dlxon
second, Matador third. Time, 1:12. ,
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth—
Ralnland won, Barkelmore second,
Merry Acrobat third. Time, 1:58. •
' City Park Results
By Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 21.— City Park
results:
First race, six furlongs— Harpoon
won, Padre second, James H. Reed
third. Time, 1:20 2-5.
Second race, one mile— Saladin won,
Bazll second, Lou M. third. Time,
1:50.
Third race, five furlongs— Savir Fire
won, Yorkshire Lad second, John Ly'le
third. Time, 1:05 1-5.
Fourth race, one mile — Rightful won,
Hessle Me second, Togo third. Time,
1:60 2-5.
Fifth racr, mile and an eighth—
Chunley won, The Hebrew second, Re
morse third. Time, 2:05 3-S.
Sixth race, six furlongs — Benmora
won, Sid Sliver second, Midnight Min
strel third. Time. 1:18 3-5.
TRACK NOTES
Suave bears watching at the Jumping
game, as she showed a lot of speed and
li a clean Jumper. Walt till the price
1b longer.
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Itoyal Income (by King Eric), the
same sire of tho world famed Dick
Welles and Ort Welles, ran a good
race for the first crack out of the box
and will do better next time out.
Howell Waters, heavily played by
the rallblrds on the strength of a fast
morning trial, ran out at the head of
the etretch. In A grand looker and
will make good soon.
Ltsflro Is a fine looking colt and ran
«p If green. T« ft reported crackerjack
and should rr.Ake Rood soon.
Herbert allowed Nellie May to «tum
bl« at the start, which cost her the
show.
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J. K. F. hnd no chance with the start
n« he wo« practically left. There was
ft hot tip on this one.
Lustlg Is good and fit and when
placed where he belongs will win.
Invlclun was much the best horse In
the fourth, Awny flat footed Hipper
bumped him badly, throwing him out
of his stride. J. Kelly took him to the
front and In a hard drive just lasted
long enough t.o finish first by a nose.
He should have won going away.
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Throw out Rlpppr'R rate, an he can do
better. Herbert rndo him all over the
track and ran him Into n pocket.
Tab Spring Leaf. This one is ready
to win and when placed where she be
longs will earn brackets.
Maggie Mat'kpy was thp touted good
thing In the fifth race mid wag henvlly
backed from 6 to 4 to 1, but the best
she could do wns to show.
"Hal" Booker bought Counterpoise
from Green B, Morris before the last
racp. The horse wns away well but
was cut riown badly on tho first turn.
He Went on well until the three-eighths
polo, where he broke down completely.
Hindoo Princess ran a grand race ami
performed as If short. This one will
win soon.
The California Dprby Is to be run
today at San Francisco. If there
should be no more rain there wouM
be n. chance for a good track, In which
event the race would have a more open
look. If the track Is muddy there Is
every reason to believe that Dr. Lpk
go can beat Pasadena, nnd Oxford
over again. However, the California
Dprby should prove to be more of a
contest than the Ascot Park Derby.
The class will not be any better, but
Dr. Legßn will be called upon to take
up five more potinds. He beat Pasa
dena at even weights at Los Angelas,
but he will have to give the Ren
Strome colt five pounds today, whllo
Oxford, who carried five pounds more
than Dr. Leggo, will meet him on even
terms. At this distance It looks us
if Oxford has trained off. He was
certainly not as good a colt as when
he won the handicap, or Pasadena
would not have beaten him.
The California Derby will have a
value of $4000. The event last year was
won by Bombardier, and the year be
fore by Claude. It looks as If the fleitl
today will not exceed half a dozen.
James • McLaughlin will doubtless
bring up Jockeys Dugan and Fuller to
ride his derby candidates.
Thomas Brannan, better known in
racing circles as ."Plum Puddlns
Tommy," lies on a cot at the Central
Emergency hospital at San Francisco
In a critical condition from hemor
rhage of the lungs. He has been
stopping for the last few weeks at 114
Ellis street and was taken to the hos
pital from his lodgings yesterday after
noon. In early years Brannan gained
distinction as a Jockey of quality, but
liquor proved his undoing and the last
few years has seen him In the cate
gory of the "back numbers." .
GOLFERS PLAY FOR
THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Knights of the Niblick Will Begin the
First Day's Play This After,
noon on Local Links
The annual meeting of the Southern
California Golf association, for the
amateur championship will commence
today at the links of the Country club.
A good entry list is promised, including
all the experts from Pasadena, Santa
Barbara and this city.
Today's piny' will consist of J two
qualifying rounds of medal play to ae
lect sixteen players, those having the
best medal scores, who will fight It
out at match play for the champion
ship.
A handicap competition will be car
ried on at the same time for special
prizes offered by the local club and
all contestants will compete for these
prizes as well as for the chief trophle3.
The course is In fine condition and
some good sport is expected. Draw-
Ings for playing partners will be made
this morning: by the association offi
cials.
FORM OF THE HORSES
First Race— Dissipation, Bailey,
Sinicado. ,
Second race— Ala Russell, Wee Girl,
I la.
Third race — Princess Titania, Kenil.
worth, Tyrolian.
Fourth race — Pasadena, Schoolmate,
Requiter. . • .
Fifth race— Fireball, Cigar Lighter,
Witch Hazel.
Sixth race— Dutiful, Tjdua, The
Lady Rohesia.
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OCCIDENTAL AND U. S. C. TO
ENGAGE IN DUAL MEET
First Intercollegiate Field Day of the
Season to Be Held This
Afternoon
. ' ■ ■ ;. ■•■ ■ 1 ■
On tlie Unlv-prslty of Southern Cali
fornia oval this afternoon will be held
the first Intercollegiate track and field
meet of this season. Occidental and TJ.
S. C. will compete for athletic honors,
and while the students and supporters
of both Institutions profess to enter
tain no doubt as to the ability of their
representatives to win, the "casual ob
server" without partisan affiliations is
not apt to hazard a prediction In con
nection with the final outcome of the
dual meet.
The University men count upon at
least six and probably seven firsts this
'afternoon, but Occidental Is anything
but alarmed over these prognostica
tions.
Prof. Holmes, the athletic tutor of
the University of Southern California,
has his men In fine condition . and jis
Bine that they will give a creditable
account of themselves. He thinks his
pupils have a fine chance of annexing
the long end of the score, but is not
inclined to make light of Occidentals'
prospects.
An active service delegation of
trained rooters will accompany the
Highland Park athletes and urge them
on to victory at the critical moment.
Every preparation has been made to
handle and accommodate the large
crowd which Is sure of attending tha
meet. The U. S. C. track is now, proba
bly as fast as any cinder path in the
west, the recent rains and the warm
weather both combining to harden
and put it in perfect form for today's
events. The meet will begin promptly
at 2:30.
Following are the order of the events
and entries:
120 yard hurdle— Hagerman, Spauld-^
ing, Moffat, Occidental college;- Elliott,
Hamilton, Miller, U. S/ C. .
100 yard dash— Roberts, Thatcher,
Cummings, O. C; Parsons, Dunn, Wil
son, U. S. C.
Mile run— Clelland, Winn, 0.-C;
Klitten, Curl, Weaver, U. S. C. ;.'.,•;■**
440 yard run— Bird, Crane, Garth, |O.
C.I Dunn, Parsons, Nordahl, U. S. C.'
220 yard dash— Roberts, Thatcher,
Cummings, O. C; Parsons, Dunn, Wil
son, U. S. C.
880 yard run— Roth, Clever, Connor,
O.'C; Hlggins, Bovard, Adklnson, U;
s. c. :.!": .!"V J i<
Two mile run— Roth, JefCers, \Wolf,
O. C,i Hubbard, Starr, Rosenkranz, U.
S. C.
220 low hurdles— Hagerman, Spauld
ln, Beal, O. C; Elliott, Hamilton, Funk,
v. s. c. ..iv'^;"'
High Jump— Hammack, Glbsen.'Mc-
Kee, O. C: Miller, Comstock, Broder
nen, U. S. C.
Pole vault— Merrill, Gorden, Phelps,
O. C; Montgomery, Comstock, Len
nox, U. S. C.
Broad jump— Hagerman Spauldlnß,
Beal, O. C.J Butler, Broderson, Coop
er, U. s. c. "■"■■!■{' •
Shot put— Bacon, Thatcher, Merrill,
O. C; Ferguson, Black, Brodersen, U.
S. C. ' -.- ' .'' ' '' .
Hammer throw— Petty, Crane, Bacon.
O. C.i Ferguson, Webb, Brodersen, U.
8. C.
Mile relay race— Hagerman, Bird,
Roberts, Bacon, Thatcher, Iloth, 0. C.J
Parsons, Dunn, Nordahl, Ferguson,
Uovard. Hamilton," U. 8. C.

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