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WHAT THE FOURTH PROMISES IN A GREAT CITY
THREE MEETINGS FOR
BIRTHDAY OF NATION
Beating at Aquatic Park, Harness Races
At Stadium and Athletic Contests
THERE is to be a great celebration of the anniversary of the nation's
birth tomorrow for all who are fond of first class athletic sports.
Three excellent programs have been arranged — one in the' morning at
the aquatic park at the foot of Van N*« aw««- *u~ *~~ 1 „*. *u_ "JVZaiZZ*.
sp«ed track at noon and athletics in
the afternoon on the Golden Gate park
.The following is the program for
jjg* roving races at the aquatic park,
c^mrnencinj? at 10 o'clock
JUKIOH BABGE BACE— C(mr»e, l»i Milei,
_' • With Turn.
\u25a0.••\u25a0-ALAMEDAS— W. t». Wrirht, rtroke: H.
Young. 3; F. Kacke, *J; S. W. Brown, 1; H.
DOLPHINS NO. I— A. Aguirre. stroke; J. Sie
bfrt. 3: W. Jofcascn. 2; X- Kocca. 1; G. Kenlff.
\u25a0Dolphins n». 2— c. Gbisein. stroke: E. Gbi
rr-'i'A: 3; H k Gustlni, 2; B. Muir. 1; J. Kcniff.
•;60UTH ENDS N". I— J. Lnndy. 1: J. Stephe.
C". I>. Eoidy, 8; Ed Barrity. 4; V. Mead, cox-
POUTn ENDS Sn. 2— M. F. R»pp. 1: A. Col-
Jp.v. 2: F. Dai if, 3; C. Varncy. 4; H. Jones,
SEKIOB BARGE HACE
\u25a0" ALAMEI»AS— H. G. Nielson, ftroK»": H. Hers,
S: H.O. Somffier, 2; A. W- Brampton, 1; H.
DOLPHINS— W. Harri*. stroke; T. Harris. 3;
A. Kagcrdorn. 2; Oscar McLr. 1; G. Keuiff, cox
ynfTH EMffi-SL r. Kapp, l: A. Colley. 2;
V. If wirif. 3; C. VtrnfT, 4: H. Jon«>s. coxewaiu.
JTTKIOS 6KITF KAUE
AUAMEDAS No. I— H. O. Sominer.
ALAMEDAS No. 2— A. V>. BrampioD.
ARIEUS — Henry Wilson.
DuLPHIXS No. I— H. W^llman.
DOLPHIXfi No. 2— S. Vicinl.
?nl TH ENDS No. I— D. Benedict.
\u25a0JSOCTH ENDS N«. 2— D. Reidy.
IKTEBMEDIATE BARUE BACE
\u25a0ALAMEDAS— W. TJ. ' WrUbt. «r<*e: K.
K»-hr«»s. 3; A. Rettig. 2; Harry Voong. I; H.
• DOLPHINS— A. Hagprdorn. stroke; O. Heper
<iorn. 3: H. Gwd*»s. 2; E. Rayrjaud. 1: G.
SOt;th ENDS— S. Lnndy. 1: J. Stephe. 2; D.
IVnfd'-. .''.; E<l Burrity, 4: V. Sleml. coxswain.
\u25a0 "\u25a0"'\u25a0 SENIOR SKIFF BACE
: ..iI-AM^r>AS No. I— Henry Hrss.
iALAMKDAS No. 2— Henry G. Nielsen.
ASIELS— Cbarlr? Wlls.m.
i><)l.i>HlN!S No. 1— I>o
JKH-.l'inNS No. 2— O*ear Mohr/
OFFICERS OF THE DAY
-i^rptfrtent. <hari<'i« K. X. Crciphton: rice pr«>si
rtnit. E. B. TliorninK; olislrman reception com
nilTtee, 4f>hn S. Ptiillips: rpf^ree, Alpi G. Boll;
»t«rtpr, IM J.-Cyach; mirfhil. James J. Cronin;
av«l;.tar;t insrsbfil. A. T. Brown. -^_.
ludgfs at finish— V . It. Grant. Al Herbert. H.
\. MrKevirt. Aur. Mngan.
Judges at turn— Rudoljih H. Koard. John R.
yon Stamen. Msrio 80110. J. Ortmin.
Timers— A. Kifcn. William McKee. Adsm L«.
•^'-hunpfrt. I». Kcitb.
K ror . rs _(;h»r]M 11. Smith, N. A. Denrir,
Track C Stclb. Robert Illlng.
The annual harness horse race on the
tpeed track will be started at noon. The
entries for this event, which are for
th«* best three in five to finish in five
heats "or lees, are:
FIRST RACE, 2:20 PACE, OKE MILE
Cnlrifi' — R. P. tJJovannoni's tiolden Buck.
K. C <'hßM>*f JJollie. P. Kobn's Alfred D. J. V.
;allndo> Patery. J. Perrj-'* Littlo Medium.
. \~ Bordens Robert*. J. F- Heenan'* Joe
>i<*k. D. C. Hoffman's Dictatum. N. Burks' Jim
:•-.-. i- r Jr . W. HigpinbottomV Per TeufeJ. John
KraaiPrV Olia K. H. M. I-«d<J'F lllnprofe, D.
Joberts' Chartpy J. I- Uirhard^on"s Sable King,
"* *EECOXO "RACE. 2:2S PACE. ONE HUE
r.ntries— T. B. I>slrier* John T. T. H- Cor
rnritfs C«li'-nte Girl. G. Tassi> Lady B. A.
•>aFon> J. Arthur. P. E. Hoffman'* Balboa,
J. B." Campodnnl^o's l.we?f>. H. Boyle's Zoe
>*>:!. T. I». Sexton's Sirter \V«a. W. J. Ken-
P (.y> W J K. H. Srhot tier's I.uln S. G. B.
riiffnr.r* Amy B. Bert Edwards' Baldy Mit
ihfl\. 11. D. CUas'-'K Don C.
THIRD RACE. FREE FOR ATI. PACE. MILE
Fiirrie* — C. .Tames' Rny McGregor. S. H. •
< osrpll'o Kerrnit. Luke Mariseh's IJttle Pick. 11. >
Ritl*'b TUfKjen. 1. L. Borden's Cresoo WllkM, i
J, 'V. (iilindo's Pilot. Geors" Kitto's Deroll,
';<^>rce "ilanninl's Ceorjre Perry.
TOURTH RACE, FREE FOR ALL TROT, MTT.E
Ertrieo— C. E. Crlia's MaJ'>r Cock. H. Boyle's
Modirum. F. Bcrton's Walter \u25a0VVtlkeP. F. Ouh
\u25ba tsllerV Wild Bell. C. Becker's Cherley E. A,
Ottinper"* < - riari»y T.
FIFTH RACE, 2:20 TROT, ONE MILE
Entries— F. W. Thompson's Lady Washington;
!"•. E. Hoffman> Dr. O'Brien, V. Verllbsc'* Dr.
Hsmmimd. ft yon Issendorfs Clta Dillon, J. V.
Gallndo'* Harold K. F. I~ Matthes* Raymond M,
A- Ottincer's I^idy Irene, 11. C. Ahler's Sunset
Helle. M. W. Herzog's Lady Nell. E. Cerceit's
( alifornia Girl. Matthes & Berkley's Walter
«:. rr«>d <n©t<:r** Monk. T. Murphy's Babe Ben
ton H. Sf-arfh M*. Georpe I»wrey's
Perir.t?.^P*J. W. M<*Tig» p *« Dar!>y Me. J. W.
SaieiHc^ Vifi Velvet, B. Consani's Dividend,
G. L. Rufwirn Queen.
The athletic events on the stadium
which -are scheduled for 2 o'clock in the
afternoon, will make one of the best
programs that has been arranged in
years* There will be strong efforts in
all classes to break old and ivake new
rer-ords. The events are: :
120 Yard Dash — O. F. Snedfpar, O. C; William
"Becker Jr.. S. F. T. V.; Hoy Cohn. O. C: Cecil
\u25a0CaldwelJ. O. C; wnilam Dickson. O. C; Walter
I>can. unattached; W. D. Kant. O. C: Jsmes
;I>onahue, O. C: F. E. McNamsra. O. C: Ray
i oolisk, O. C; Claude Uttlepase. O. C; Russell
Bonn. Lick school: Charles Claudius. 17. C;
Hslpli Hupj>. P. A. C.: otto Walln^ch. O. C.
' 100 Yard Dash for Ncviees— A. 0. Harkhi. un
titts-'hed; J. A. FinlajKon, unattached: William
B. Teall. Ssn Mateo hlpll school; >larvhi Wat
mii, unatts.ch<d: Unymond Toskett. unattached;
Orral Baumbauph. O. C; Ray C. Robinson. P.
A. C: Jamee Mnir. unattached: Walter Dean,
unattached; Alfred Vielra. unattached: William
Bar-ker Jr.. 8. F. T. V.; C. H. Horst, unat
tached; Raymond Scott, unattached.
Five Mile Run (Scratch)— G. H. Chapman, W.
A. C; James Cole, unsttached: William Hoburg,
O. «.".; Robert Howdeu. Acme c!nl>: H. J. Damon,
V. M. O. A.: George Bantel. Diablo Indians; Al
»*rt Goi-se, V. V. A. A.: Edward Hildebrandt,
V. V. A. A.: William Garvln. O. C:; Charles
Walbridpe. unattached: <"he«er Lawsoo. I. A.
C; William Rehbcrs. V. V. A. A.: Charles Ruis.
U. C-: James Mapee. I. A. C: John J. Burke,
Taroslpais Indians: Harry Wood. O. C: Joseph
Trscey. I. A. C; A. C. Schramra. W. A. C; J.
Johnwrn. S. A. C. C. C.-; A. Gustafson, S. A. C.
C. <:.; A. Sederman, S. A. C. C. C. ,^
4io Yard Sash (Scratch)— Edward Macsulay.
O. C; E. A. McGregor. S. U. : Claude Litll«"pa?e.
O. C; Oiande Jloss, O. C. ; Mervyn Joy. O. C;
A. F. Gstes. S. A. C ; James Fi&layson', unat
tached: F. E. McNamara. O. C. ; James Donahue,
O. C.: W. C. Dean, unattached: Jam** Mnlr. un
>>ttacii«Hi: Roy Robini'oe. Plymoutli; athletic c.lab;
«'. A.'aldw*ll. O. C. ; Charles Morri*, unattached;
V jniam Hoburc O. C.
120 Yard Hurdle* (Scratch)— Edward Beeson.
O. <j-~. Jim^ Donaiiae. O. <\; Charles Morris, un
uttnehed: P. B. O'Connor, unattached; Frank
Brewil. O. C.
Hirh Jump (Scratch) — Charles Claudius. U. C.~
(Jrortre Horine, Stanford: Dave Martin. O. C; i
Frank Bres*i. O. C. : Claude Llttlcpare. O. C: '
Jamts Donahue. O. C. ; Orval Baumbaugb, O. C. ; 1
Robert Wing. I". C; Rodney Kcndxicfc, 0. C;
Edward Bceson, O. C; W. I). Kant, O. C;
| Grover Sahlender, S. P. T. V.
J Javelin Throw (Scratch)— O. F." Snedlgar. O.
' C; Raymond Scott, unattached: C. H. Hurst,
j unattached: James Donahue, O. C. ; Gus Hubbe-'
j nette, S. A. C; M. Joy, O. C; Otto Wallfisch,
Sack Race, 75 Yards— Roy Cohn. O. C; Otto
; Wallfisch, 0, C; Frank Bressl. O. C; Claude
I Littlepase, o. C: James Donahue. 0. C; Orval
I Baumbaugh, O. C; Ray Conlisk, O. C; Alfred
[ Vielra. unattached: William B. Teall, San Mateo
: hlffh school; Herbert Williams, O. C; C. H.
i Hurst, unattached.
Mile Run, (Handicap)— Elliott Craig, O. C.
j scratch; William Garrin, O. C. I*o yards; Harry
I Wood. O. C, 20 yards; William Hoburg, O. C,
I 33 yards; L. H. Price. Stanford. 20 yards; Wil
liam B. Teall. San Mateo high school, 25 yards;
John J. Bnrke. T. C, 35 yards; Herbert Wil
liams, O. C-. CO yards; Charles Nunan, S. A. C.
C. C. 60 yards; A. Soderman, S. A. C. C. C,
65 rarda; A. Gustafson. S. A. O. C. C. 65 yards;
William Rehberg, V. V. A. A., 65 yards; L. B.
Wright, W. A. C, 65 yards; George Bantel.
Diablo Indian*. 70 yards; James Colo, unat
j taehed. 70 yards; Ronald Fraser, S. A. C, 70
j yards; Arnold Bowhay. unattached. 75 yards;
i Alfred Vieira. unattached, SO yards; Charles
j Jurl. unattached. SO yard*.
I Half Mile Run (Handicap) — E. A. McGregor,
j Stanford, scratch: William B. Teall. San Mateo
I high school, scratch; Edward Macauley. O. C,
. scratch; Claude Moss. O. C, 15 yards; M. Joy.
i 0. C. 13 yards; William Hpbur*. O. C. 25
I yards; William Garvin, O. C. 25 yards; Charles
1 Morris, unattached, 25 yards: A. F. Gates, S. A.
1 C, 25 yards; James Muir. unattached, 30 yards;
F. E. Mr.Nainara. O. C. 30 yard*: Antone Peters,
unattached. 3o yards; John J. Burke. T. C, SO
yards; Herbert Williams. O. C. 40 yards; A.
Soderman, S. A. C. C. C. 40 yards; A. Gustaf
son. S. A. C. C. C, 40 yards; Alfred Hopper, un
attached. f.O yards; William Becker, Ss. F. T. V.,
50 yards; C. H. Hurst, unattached, 50 yards; L.
B. Wright. Western club. 50 yards; Ronald
Fraser. S. A. C.. ."0 yards; Arnold Bowhay. un
attached. r-5 yards; Alfred Vieira, unattached,
Shot Pet (Handicap)— O. E. Sncdigar. O. C,
| scratch; Rcymond S.-ott, unattached, 6 inches;
j W. D. Kant, O. C, 18 inches; Otto Wallflpch.
O. C. 20 Inches; Frank Gressi. O. C 24 inches;
James Donahue. O. C. 30 inches: Charles Mor-
I ris. unattached. H6 Inches; R. Toskett, unat
| lachPd, 3'J inches; Charles Claudius. U. C. 40
i inches; G. Hubbenette. S. A. C. 30 inches; P.
O'Connor, unattached, 40 inchec.
Hep, Step and Jump (handicap) — P. O'Con
nor. P. A. C. New York; O. P. Snedipar, O. C;
Orval Baumbaugh. O. C. scratch; D. Buckley, I.
A. C. 24 inches; James Donahue. O. C. 3C
inches: Dan O'Neil. l v A. C 3G inches; C. Cald
well. O. C. 06 Inches; Edward Beeson. O. C, S6
inches; Arnold Bowhay, unattached; W. D. Kant.
O. C. 36 lnckes; Dave Martin. O. C. 40 inches;
R. Kendrick, O. C, 40 inches; E. A. McGregor,
Stanford, 40 Inches; F. L". McN'amara, O. C, 40
Abbreviations — O. C, Olympic club; S. F. T.
' V.. San Francisco turn vereln: U. C, University
of California; P. A. C. Pastime athletic club;
W. A. C. Western athletic club; V. V. A. A..
Vlsltaclon Valley athletic association; I. A. C..
Irish-American club; S. A. C. C. C, Swedish-
American cross country club: S.- A. C. Sacra
mento athletic club; Y. M. C. A.. Young Men's
Christian association; T. C., Tamalpais club.
LIST OF COKTESTAATS WITH NTJMBEBS
K-Edward Macauley. Olympic club.
2 — A. Wallflsch. Olympic club.
3 — Ernest A. McGregor. Stanford.
4 — A. Soderroan, Swedish-American club.
5 — A. Gtistafson. Swedlsh'American club.
*i — J. Johnson, Swedish-American club.
7 — D.iO'N'eil, Irish-American club.
&— D. Buckley. Irish-American club.
9 — A. C. Haskin, unattached..
10 — James McGee, Irish-American club.
11 — James Martin. Olympic club.
12 — G. Hubbenette. Swedish- American club.
13— Ralph Hupp. Pastime athletic dab.
14 — Churl™ Claudius. University of California.
15 — Rueiell Rodgcrs,- Lick school.
16 — A. C. Schramin. Western club.
17 — A. 1". Gates, Sacramento athletic club.
IS — J. A. Finlayeon. unitttsubed.
19 — Joe Tracy, Irish-American club.
20— M. M. Joy, Olympic club.
21 — Elliott Craig. Olympic club.
22 — Claude B. Moss. Olympic club.
23 — Frank Bressl, Olympic, club.
24 — Claude Li ttlepage. -Olympic dob.
25 — Harry Wood, Olympic club.
26— L. B. Wright. Western club.
27 — George L. Horine. Stanford university,
2S — John J. Burke. Tamalpais club.
29— R. F. Conlisk, Olympic club.
30— Robert Wing. University of California.
31 — F. E. McXamara, Olympic club. \u25a0
32 — Charles A. Ruiz. Olympic club.
S3 — William B. Teail, Fan Mateo high school.
34 — Rodney Kendrick, Olympic dub.
»5— L. H. Price, Stanford university.
36— William Rehberg, Visttadon Valley ath
37 — Chester Lawson,. Irish-American clab.' : rv v
3S — Arnold. Bowhay, unattached.*
39 — James Donahue, Olympic club.
40 — Marvin Watson, unattached. . ~
41 — Raymond Toskett. unattached. •
42 — Charles Juri. unattached. -
43 — Orval Baumbaugb, Olympic club.
44— P.. Robinson,. Plymouth athletic club".
45— Ray Robinson. Plymouth athletic club.
4« — Edward Beeson. Olympic club.
47— Herbert Williams, Olympic club.
4S — Charles Wallbrldge.. Cloverdale.
40— R. Fraser, Sacramento athletic club.
50— Grover Sahlender. Sa>i Francisco tnrn ver
51 — W. D. Kant. Olympic club.
r.2 — William Garvin, Olympic club.
5:5 — Antone Peters, unattached.?
r.4 — James li. Muir, unattached.
55— Walter C. Dean, unattached. -
50 — E. Hildebrandt, Visitacion Valley athletic
association. . --\u0084.-
57 — Alfred Vieira, unattached. .
. A>f> — Alfred Hopper, unattached. .
59 — William Dickson. Olympic club. \u25a0
60 — Cecil Caldwell. Olympic club.
61 — George Bantell, Diablo Indians.
C2— Roy Cohn. Olympic club.
63— William Beecker.'San Francisco turn ver
eln. * ->v '.--•
«54— H. J. Damon, Yotjng Men's Christian asso
ciation. X-" . . .
C5 — Charles Xunan, Young Men's Christian
association; --..-... v
M — O. F. Snedlgar. Olympic club. "• •
C7 — Robert Howden Jr., Acme club. • . '
CS— C. H. Hurst, unattached.
.U9—W. H.Hoberp. Olympic club.
70— Raymond Scott, unattached.
71— Charles Morris, unattached.
72— James Cole, unatrschtd.
'\u25a0 73 — G. 11. Chapman, Western club.
74 — P. B. O'Connor, unattached.
. 75 — Albert Gorse, Visitacioo Valley \u25a0 athletic
association. ,-. '
OFFICIALS OF TH2 DAY
.Referee — John Elliots.
Starter— Robert Weaver.
Clerk of course— Joeepti R. Hickcy.
Assistants — Clarence Leuiaelster, Thomas B.
Smith. .-' \
Judges— Bert Kerrigan. William Minnehan,
Nlek Prendergast. - . .- .-, . ; ,
-'Timers — John ."A.- Hammersmith. L., A. .Wolff,"
Harry McKenzie, Wallet Christie, : Edward Moul
ton. '. \u25a0" , - • - . . : \u25a0
THE SAN FRANCISCO tCALL; -SUNDAY,; JULY /3,C1910
ALAMEDAS IN LEAD
IN CRICKET CONTEST
Encinal Team f s Victory Over
Wanderers Practically As-
sures Them Championship
STANDING OK THE CLUBS
Clvb — Pluyed. Won. Los. Drwn, Points.
I— Alameda ... 7 6 1 0 12
2— Wanderers . K» 8 2 0 12
3 — Barbarians .7: 4 2 19
4 — S. Francisco. S 2 6 0.4'
o—Gold.0 — Gold. Gate. 8 0 7 1 1
Had the Barbarian-Golden Gate game
started on time when they met the re
sult of the game might have been dif
ferent. "Even allowing that extra time
was allowed to make up for the start,
yet this is rfever the^same as if games
The result of tlie delay was that the
game way unfinished and the first
"drawn" game of the season registered.
The Golden Gates evidently appre
ciated the delay, as their performance
was easily the best, showing that the
team has Improved this season, and it
managed for the first time to place
three figures on the score board/. -
K. Kaufmann played a useful inning
for 24 not out. His inning was slow,
but his steady defense practically
turned a defeat into a drawn game.
A LA MED AS DEFEAT WANDERERS
At the Alameda grounds the principal
struggle of the second round was fin
ished in favor of the Alameda team.
The Wanderers' evidently had &~tage
fright, as their performance was by no
means up to their usual standard with
In the bowling departments both the
Wanderers and the Alameda teams did
good work. Howard and Deane bowled
particularly well for the Alamedans,
and Deane made short work of the
Wanderers* tail end men.
Charlton and Stuart had the brunt of
the bowling for the Wanderers, ;and
when these men go^ the strong Ala
meda team out for less than 70 runs it
was naturally supposed that the former
could equal the score. They were mis
taken, as none of the batsmen could do
anything with the deliveries of Howard,
Nield and Deane. • . .
The victory practically places the Al
ameda team in the lead for the cham
TWO GAMES TODAY
Two championship, games are to be
played today, one at the stadium, be
tween the Barbarian and Alameda
clubs, the other at the Alameda grounds
between the Wanderers and the San
Francisco team. There Is difficulty In
g<(tting representative teams together,
and it is probable that the sides will be
short some of their best players'. The
Golden Gate team has a bye. '
The revised batting and bowling av
erages brought up to date are as fol
' & a g n g % \u25a0
name : « I § : »
: : | ?: : :
I|B. rrnnington.. Wanderers. 3 1 59 112 56
2 B. IVtprsen..... S. F 7 210115430.8
.311. Renwlck..... S. F 10 0 43 19S 19.8
4IS Charlton Wanderers. 9 1 66 143 17.8
5 It. Stuart Wanderers. 10 0 43 174 17.4
6A. .Stnlil .'.'. Alsmeda... 5 0 42 87 17.4.
7'F. Galley. (Barbarian*. S 1 42 118 16. S
SR. Kaufmann... lOoldgnOatc 6 3 24 36 12
pW. Meld ..lAlamwla.. . 11 ,0 37 127 11.5
lOW.Dustin . .jWanderecs. 8 1 20 SO 11.4
lljT. Price;.; |Alameda... 11 1 30 106 10.6
12[D. Uatuaway |Wanderers. ;7 0 24 7010
. . ~ \u25a0 2 ' 'g' .-g ? .2! 5- :
BOWLERS ' ' 1 ' | 5
1 1 W. Howard.. lAlameda .. 542 14 187 49 3.8
2'P. Clements.. I Wanderers 246 18 51 12 4.2
3S. Stewart... | Barbs ..... 132 0 87 " 8 4.6
4D. rapem... . S. F 2OS v 8 73 13 6.6
5 W. Nield ... Alameda-..-. 393 15 105 "18 5.8
6S. Charltoa. -.1 Wanderers 458 21 116 20 5.0
7D. Hathaway. Wanderers 214 3 89 14 6.3
BR. Stuart. . . . Wanderers 537 13 208 32 6.5
! fl S. Deane... Alameda. . 272 11 75 11 6.8
i lftlW. Newman:. Barbs .....580 21 216 31 6.0
11 B. Ollerdesscn Barbs ..... 167 3 50-8 7.3
12 H. RenwJck.. S. F. ..... 330 4 160 21 7.6
18' A. Anstey. Barbs ..-..; 463 17 191 24 7.9
14 E. Peterscn.. S. F. ...... S3O 10 115 .14 8.2
ISA. Sterling .. S. F. .. .. . 206 3 142 17 8.3
16 A. 8ird...... Oold. Gate. 347 15 150 17 8.8
17 C. 1ri5h...... Alameda .. 143 1 84 ' 0 9.3
Officials Chosen for ;tiie
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, July;2.— At
a- meeting of the resident -stock hold
ers of_the, Cheyenne jockey club held
here , yesterday the, following': officials
were" appointed l for the Cheyenne race
meeting: 1 .; . - ":-\ .\u25a0-.-;-.
Frank St D. Skinner, presiding: judfee
and ; handicapper; ; J. W. Mainard,' asso
ciate : judge; Walter .-.Weaver,.- clerk ?of
scales; Joseph Webber.'starter;; Charles
Campau, general manager and -clerk' of
course.-' >'. ;\u25a0' . '. • • J '- ' -' '.',- < '-':
': The meeting will .begin^on' July 23
and runfor 19' days. After-the meet
ing at.Cheyenne the horsemenlwill ship
theiricharges to . Denver, ; where » a run
ning meeting - will be given"' in 'con
junction;, with ithe state l fair.,' to, open
on September: 3 , and -continue -for -13
daysiv ,:,^v \u25a0;.:;;;\u25a0:::;• ;v-; v -/ :\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0 ,;
>VILIj 1-OOK OUT FOR CROOKS
At the request of Chief/Pat
rick Kindelon^ of the \u25a0 Southern ; Pacific
detective .force Chief f- Martin": has -de
tailed Detectives '. T. • Ij. Ryan,'- Jeremiah
Dinan.T. F/Feagan arid. Day Sullivan
to go; to": Reno today to; look after. pink^
pockets arid other: crooks 'on- the 1 trains/
BIG MEETS KEEP
Numerous Picnics Today and
Tomorrow Have Hundreds
Today and tomorrow will be busy
days for several branches of athletics
about^he bay. At 1:30 this afternoon
the letter carriers of this city will hold
their annual athletic games and picnic
at Shell Mound park. The entry li6t
contains the names of 105 registered
amateur athletes, the largest number
ever known to participate in picnic
games on this coast. Three years ago
the letter carriers held their first set
of amateur games and since then the
excellent prizes that have been offered
annually to the winners of 'the 'various
events have increased the entry list
until it has reached a record breaking
Five heats have been drawn in the
one lap scratch event. " Cecil Caldwell
of the Olympic club appears to be the
class of the field. • Conlisk and Mc-
Namara, from the same club, are looked
upon as likely contenders.
In all the other running events the
track will be crowded to the limit, for
there is notone of them that has less
than 40 odd entries; the mile alone has
52 -contestants. These large numbers
of entries are going to work consid
erable hardship upon the scratch men,
especially in the quarter and half,
when it will be exceedingly difficult
for them to pick their ; way through
the scattered field. William B. Teall.
the Academic, league champion .half
miler, running 'under the colors or the
San Matep high school, with, his ,13
yards handicap, and Ed Martin, the
former St. Mary's star, who is now
running: for the Irish-American ath
letic club, look good in the quarter,
though- it would notbe surprising to
see some youngster' with the -limit
handicap Blip In a winner,
i Both the half and mile present a
claesy list of entries. ',
. Elliot \ P. Craig,- the Olympic club
champion, and L. H. Price, the Stan
ford university athlete, should make a
pretty race in the mile. Craig, who is
undoubtedly the faster of .the two men,
was beaten early this season by the
cardinal athlete in the Olympic-Stan.
ford dual meet/ and ever since has been
anxious to yet^another chance at the
college runner. There are a large num
ber of dark horses from the. Century
fclub, the Visitacion valley; association
and a number of unattached men who
may surprise the wise ones and breast
the tape first. \u25a0
The poor facilities for pole vaulting
make that contest an uncertainty.
Tom Rogers of the Irish-American
club, W. D. Kant,' the former Califor
nia \u25a0 track man ., who now wears the
Winged O, and Orval Baumbaugh, from
the same club, ought to place in the
running broad jump.
The relay race should prove a gift
to the Olympic club team.
Tomorrow morning .athletic, events
will be inaugurated at Aquatic park at
the foot of Van Ness avenue." Hefo the
crews of the Dolphin, South' End, Ariel
and Alameda rowing clubs will hold
forth and struggle in their skiffs, shells
and barges for ; the rowing supremacy of
the bay. , These, events, start promptly
at 10. o'clock, and either the Hyde, or
Polk street cars will take spectators
to the scene of the contests. . : -;
At 2 o'clock in : the afternoon
stadium will be: the center of athletic
activity, and here the Olympic club star
track men with a mixture of outside
entries will " entertain the ': athletic en^
thusiasts. I* . \u25a0;"'•• : *
Over at Shell Mound park the annual
games of the Scottish Thistle club will
be held.' r Here; some 60 odd amateur
athletes f roVni i the various clubs about
the bay will .be ( on; hand ttopartlclpate
in • the popular ' Thistle /games/ :
At Fairfax park under the auspices of
the Ancient Order of Hibernians there
will be ; a series of . amateur athletic
events which', will be participated In
mainly' by members«of the Irish-Ameri
can athletic club. > : :!' :"
Today ' Marysville - is the scene of -a
large 'gathering of Sacramento valley
athletes under the: auspices of the "citi
zens' committee of that city. A. F.
Gates of the- Sacramento athletic club
is 1 handling thef events,, the principal
feature of which Is; a 10 mile marathon
race;--- ;\u25a0'--\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0/\u25a0*-^- ;\u25a0 \u0084;";\u25a0>; "•• •;'-•- !;: C.
Handicap baiting by a ; number . of
local I amateur runners undoubtedly, will
be ; lnvestigated • at this week's ; meeting
of the Pacific athletic association's reg
istration : committee/ 'On Ik days, when
there are , two or; more -.sets > of -games
being tun; off the athletes enter in them
all ?\u25a0• arid ; after ; the :; handicaps are pub
lished In the papers pick out the one. in
which "ithey figure i to i make jthe -.best
showing and' give the >others .the -go by.
This is a violation of amateurj rules, and
s e veral athletes wil I• be called upon for
an explanation^ The • new; registration
committee"? of ; the i association, which is
composed of George" Schlitter,: who i has
been-appblnted a delegate; at large, Al
fred Skalf c : and \u25a0 George I James, ; Is get-;
ting down to; work 'and; holding- meet
in'gs^every'l Thursday. I .The .;; committee
Intends to i be 1 strict i in \ its i manner •: of
handling -registrations and will inves
tigate all applicants. .' ; \
WELL ksOWNiHORSEMAX- HU .RT.
. PiTTSBURG,':iPa.i. ' July v 2."^— George
Watson Jr. ofj New city, 2a: s well
known. horseman.^lles! Injured jtoday^ in
a"; local!* hospital,>ther result;- of; being
thrown ',from his mount^which; stumbled
while .taking; a; fence : on;' the "Parkway,
hunt idub'siCOursefatiTMcDonald,; Pa: :
His \u25a0; Injuries,";: while serious, ' will * not
terminate ;f atally.' . /„ / " t [ . \u25a0'..." '}.'''
Several Clubs Plan Cruises to
'Upper Bay and Races Will
The bow of nearly every yacht upon
the bay was turned Vallejowards early
yesterday afternoon and today the up
per bays will be dotted with white
wings. Volante is the objective point
of the San Francisco yacht club. Val
lejo will be the anchorage tonight,
while tomorrow the various boats will
race home in two classes.
The Aeolian and Corinthian fleets
have the same cruises upon their
schedule. Army point was last night's
anchorage and today the boats will
proceed through • Montezuma slough
with Vallejoas the destination. The
Sausalito yacht club made Vallejo Its
headquarters last night and will race
The California club wiy have open
house today and its annual high jinks
The citizens of Vallejo are to be the
hosts of the various yachting organiza
tions that are visiting Vallejo and the
clubhouse of the Vallejo , yacht club
will be thrown open to the visitors.
-\u25a0 v . ;*; * * •. .
The dilatory -tactics of the Pacific
Interclub yachting association have
caused some sharp criticisms from the
active yachting men about the bay.
Every year the association seems to
become mere of a farce. The members
of the Aeolian yacht club are talking
about withdrawing from the associa
tion unless it /assumes, more active
steps 'toward boosting the game. The
annual cruise which was scheduled for
today ha 3 fallen through just through
the rank * carelessness of the officers.
President iErskine has let everything
slip by unattended and the absolute
failure of this year's cruise is to be re
gretted by every lover of the yachting
-•The. new. yawl Mollilou is well on its
way south , and from now on until the
ocean race has been finished the local
yachting fraternity will watch with
anxious eyes for news of the Aeolian
club's entry. Commodore Louis T.
Ward is confident of victory and. lf the
Aeolian burgee" is not the first one
sighted off; Diamond head it will be a
great disappointment to the Alameda
tars. The^Mollilou will probably be
the smallest of the four yachts entered
and consequently will receive a pretty
good . handicap. "Ward is thoroughly
familiar with the course, having spent
many years at sea on all sorts of craft.
The Corinthian yacht club has ap
plied, to the federal government for the
use of the revenue cutter McCullough
as a convoy for, its fleet in. the ap
proaching race to Santa Cruz. ;
Entries for the race close on the
16th with William Barlage, 240 Bran
nan street. T
The sloop Harpoon of the Corinthian
yacht club ; has "been sold to E. A.
Ticker, a former Honolulu yachtsman,
who is now located here. The boat will
still fly the Corinthian flag. ' .'
The Aeolian yacht club held an en
joyable smoker onFrlday night at : its
monthly meeting. The club member
ship is rapidly Increasing.
The \u25a0 Santa ' Barbara yachtsmen
through the Hotel Potter country club
have issued.invitations to the Aeolian,
San Francisco,' Corinthian and* Califor
nia, clubs, to 'send entries for their, an
nual regatta, which will be started
on August 13 .with arace, from San
Pedro to Santa, Barbara. A power boat
race has been added. to the program. A
number.-.of new prizes. have been re
ceived, among.' which -are 'a first for
yawls: and .six second place Cups. ' .
TENNIS r CHAMPION ; BEATEX
[Special Correspondence of . The Call]
\u25a0 HONOLULU, June, 26.- r -Edward ; Jor
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versity, who ; passed through Honolulu
on his way" to his* home : in the colonies,
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game ; by. Alfred \u25a0 Castle, . the \u25a0 Hawaiian
champion. '^Jordan was not In the best
of .form, having just finished eight days'
sea .voyage. > The score; in three sets
played.was: ;,; First set, Castle 6, Jordan
2; second set, Jordan. 6, Castle 4; third
set, Castle 6,?! Jordan 2.
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AT LATONIA TRACK
S pence and Merchant Ruled Off
Course for Alleged Drugging
of a. Race Horse
LATOXIA, July 2— Judges Price and
Dillon of the Latonia jockey club today
ruled off the course Kay Spence and J.
S. Merchant, owner and trainer of the
horse' Charley Hill, which fell in the
last race yesterday and was killed. It
is charged that the animal had been
given a stimulant and the officials were
told by a veterinarian that the effects
of the drug caused the horse to fall.
Six other horses In the Spence stable
were included In the order of banish
ment. , ;-
In the fifth race "today Madman, the
favorite, stumbled and fell directly in
front of the grandstand, when he was
in second place, half a length behind
Merrlck. Jockey Knapp's arm was
- A fine racing day was provided for the
Cincinnati Trophy stakes for 2-year
olds, and a big crowd was out to see
Governor Gray run in it Summary:
. First race, fire - furionsrs— Princess Industry,
straight $11, won; Alice A. Dale, place $9.30.
second; The Royal Trlnce, show $20. third. Time.
1 :0Q/3-5. ' . - \u25a0
! Second race, mile and 20 yards — Collne,
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$3.70. second; Camel, show S3.BQ, third. Time,
> Third" race, one mile awl 20 yard* — Snapdale,
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second; Slnf ran, show $3.70. third. Time. 1:42.
Fourth -race, the Cincinnati trophy, five and a
half fnrlongs — OoTernor Gray, straight $3.40,
won; I*nold, place $20.40. second; Golden Egg,
show $4.70, third. Time, 1:06 4-5.
Fifth race, six , furlongs— Merriek. straight
$13.90, won; Milton B, place $l«.4O. second: Jack
Parker, show $3.40, third. Time, 1:12 3-5. -
Sixth race, one and three-sixteenths miles, sell
ing — Nadzn, straizht $19. won: Markle M, place
$6.40, third; Third Rail, show $2.60, third.
Time, 1:58 3-5.
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Suburban Winner Also Captures
Commonwealth Handicap in
Fast Time of 2:02 4-5
SHEEPSHEAD BAY, July 2. — Olam
bala, winner of the Suburban handicap,
added another stake today to his long
list, when he easily won the Common
wealth handicap. 1 1-4 miles, defeating
a good field. The time. 2:02 4-5,
equaled the world's record, which was
made by Broomstick at Brighton Beach.
July 9, 1904. Broomstick was a 3 year
old and carried 104 pounds, but 01am
baTa today carried- 122 pounds. He
was admirably ridden by Butwell.
The start was poor. Hilarious, as the
barrier was sprung-, reared and was
practically left at the post, while
Fashion Plate went out to make the
pace, followed by King James and
Olambala trailing. As the field swung
into the stretch, King James was lead
ing by a head, but here Butwell let
Olambala down, and he gradually drew
awaf to win easily by two lengths.
First race, six furloac*. Futnrity course — Mr.
Golijhtly. 5 to 1. won: White Wool. 7 to 1, sec
ond; Feather Duster. 8 to 5. third. Time. 1:13.
Second race. Hunters' steeplechase, about two
and a h«lf miles — O. X.. 7 to 2. won; PaprJkx.
6to 1, s«cond; Pall Mall. 6 t;> 1. third. Tim*.
Third race, five furious*. Futurity coarse —
Bashtl, 11 to 5, won; Round the World. 9 to
10. second: Jest. 7 to 1. t&ird. Time. 1:00.
Fourth race, mile and a quarter — Olambala. 4
to 5, won; Kin? James. 17 to 10. second: Fashion
j Plate, 15 to 1. thirds . Time. 2:02 4-3.
Fifth race, mile and an eighth, turf coarse-
Cheek. 4 to 1. won; .Wilton Lacta.ro, 3 to I, sec
ond: Dull Care, 8 to I. third. Time, 1:58 2-5.
Sixth race, mile — Biack Kate, S to 1. won;
Krikina. 4 to 1, second; Frank Purcell. 7 to 1.
third. Time. 1:39.
TURF CLASSICS. FOR SARATOGA
NEW YORK. July 2. — It is rumored
In racing circles that the Coney
Island jockey club, because of th« de
cline of racing in the metropolitan
district, will transfer the futurity and
several other turf classics of the Coney
Island jockey club to Saratoga, to be?
run there after the regular summer
meeting closes the latter part of Au
gust. Under this arrangement It is
likely that there will be no racing at
Sheepshead Bay this fall. Conflrma- ,
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