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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
YES' FATHER, IT COMES ON THE TWENTY-FIFTH OF NEXT MONTH!
RACERS RUN TO FORM
AND LAYERS BEMOAN
Five Favorites Finish in Front Over at the
Emeryville Speed Foundry
Form was the prime factor at Emeryville yesterday, as five of the horses
selected by the talent and a second choice came down to the wire in front.
It was undoubtedly the most disastrous afternoon experienced by the layers
•since the opening of the season. From the outset the talent lined the
winners up. going along with Smiley Metzner. Pawhuska, Madeline Musgrave,
Black Mate, and missing the fifth, but getting Sir Edward in the last event
of the day. The only choice that failed the players was Red Walker's well
I backed entry. Apologize, which failed to' account for himself.
The racing was formful throughout the afternoon, and in direct contrast
with the sport of the preceding day. The mile event, which was the fourth
«»vent on the card, seemed to take the
attention of the crowd, as it brought
nut a good field of distance horses.
Black Mate. Lotta Creed and Anne Mc
<-j* e were making their debuts. The
former was selected to do it. and Lin
nell's horse ran right up to his eastern
form by going out and traveling the
• mile in 1:39 2-T>, in his first" start. This
happens to be the fastest time made so
far this season for once around the
. t^ack.
Black Mate was ready and the play
ers-were aware of it. He opened fn
I Ing at 2; but a good play sent his
to J» to B, and his performance
ied the price. Colonel Jack was
it 11 to 5 and came in for a good
Anne McGee made the early
ng, going out in front arid open
p a gap of several lengths. Black
was second, running easily. It
no effort for the winner, as soon
arner called upon 'him in, the
•h,. to go to the front and win
ly by a length and a half. ?Coon
J - very stoutly and showed im
\u25a0d form. Colonel Jack was third
an a creditable race,
the opening event C M. Folk's
, Smiley Metzner. repeated by
rig a big field at six furlongs. The
er was favorite at 2 to 1 and had
rouble in winning from : Black
i, which made the pace. Deneen
hird. V
Gabriel appears to iiave a very
shifty 2 year old in Pawhuska, for the
son of Chappaqua annexed another
race, which makes the third of the
meet. Jest was held an equal favorite
with Pawhuska. The latter opened a
bsg gap. but Jest closed very fast. The
latter was unable to get up, losing
first place by a half of a length.
Planter dropped into third place.,
Madeline Musgrave just got up in
time to take Hannah Louise's num
ber by a neck. The latter had no ex
cuses, for she was on* running and had
clear sailing throughout, but hounded
it the last hundred yards, when she
was pinched. Banorella showed im
proved form and finished third. '- V^
Red Walker's Ap.ologize was heavily
backed to win the mile and 20 yard
event, but the winner turned up in
Nebraska Lass, which appeared to be
much the best. The favorite's price
was hammered down from 11 to 5 to
6 to 5 while Nebraska. Lass drifted in
the ring from 2 to 4. After Royal
Ptone had retired after making the
early pace, Buxton sent the winner
along and she won as she pleased by
four lengths. Dovalta came with a
rush at the finish and nipped the place
from Apologize. ; '
Old Sir Edward was made an odds
on choice in the closing event. One
to * was the price at post time. He
never gave his backers any- concern
once the barrier was released, as \u25a0he
assumed the lead and >, finished pulling
up by four lengths. Sonia. the second
choice, was second and Maxims got the
show.
TRACK NOTES
The I»t W '«w fflrcn" « ro'astin- .vfstrrdajr
bj-CldcX Smith, wto attends to tin.- ttas.doiuss
JOE MURPHY
at Emery-rille. Some of them hare been petting
t<v» l«old and steps had to be taken to impress
them with the fact that the law must bo upheld.
There was a noticeable Improvement in the
conduct of the statues in the. ring.
• • •
Jockry Garner must be commended for his
consistent riding and his jrood judgment. Though
thin lad is a rider of the first magnitude, be
never takes any chance by easinjj up his mount,
eveu though he be leading by several lengths.
T. H. Stevens arrived with a string of 12
horses.
• \u2666 •
A telegram wan received yesterday from W. J.
Spier* of Chicago, stating that he: was on his
way here with some horses.
* * • *
Barney Sebrelber has been heard from. He
has sent word that he ih on his way from St. I
Louis with a string of 12 horses. Four more :
are coming down from his Woodland farm.
• • '\u0084~**«" - $
if. Nelson purchased El Mollno. E. F. Wright
purchased Ayame, and "Red" Walker has Mil
pitas iv his barn now.
"- • .'\u25a0*'• -\u25a0 ' i, • £V*
Among the spectators at Emfryvllle. yester
day was William Pinkerton. It was his first
visit to the track, and he was surprised. at the
prosperity of the sport under the present system
of tiettin'g. Pinkerton is a great admirer of the
runners. T - v "
\u25a0 v • -.' i" ' • - : - *\u25a0' • .\u25a0- -,
E. I/. Jones ran Madeline Musgrave np to
$600. but Owner Doss did not let her c» *t this
figure. ...
RoEen, Glass and McCarthy were fined $10
each. .*;--.;
Century Eleven Ready
For Brooklyns
The Century athletic club of Oakland
and the Brooklyn club of this city will
line up at the State league grounds in
Oakland tomorrow for a game of
American football to decide the club
championship of the bay cities.
The teams will line up as follows:
Onturj-. . Positions.- Brooklyn.
Parld Moir. Center ..Scnlamm
WJeben Rißht guard.. .......;. 8ut1er
J. Moore. Right tack1e. .......... . Adler
M. Moore..' .Rlpht end. ... .....Sehroeder
Stf Inbeck : . I^of t truard. ........ McKenna
B. Brozzone '. ..L«ft tackle.: ..Brnneman
Stewart Left end . . . . . Cerf and Judpe
William Molr ..Quarter. .... : . . Flatley
InceM .'. ..... .1>ft half. .McHutrh and Isaac
Dow Rlftht half. Woods
Burns -Full : . Daly
Western Athletic Gltib
Enters Wrestlers
The Western athletic club. will be.
represented by 14 wrestlers in "the
Olympic club's wrestling , tournament
for the Pacific coast champlonship.' : .This
large bunch' of entries will ; force the
club to hold" the preliminary matches
Monday afternoon" andevening. '
" The Western club's entries' are .as
follows: "'.[ -..".-." -'
Nels Jepson and Carl*Githaf. -in 15S- pounds;
J. C. BJonrues, Ernest Berger and N: Mattson.
heary weights; William: Fletcher, E. Halna and
Htrrey; Rocha.V l.Ti pounds: Robert SorenKon,;E:
3. Glaninl, T. \u25a0; Coombs,-; Roy; A: : Juvlnall . and
tifars", H.\ Chapman." 125 pounds;; ll: ; Lundon and
Ucorje' li;- Chapman 'in' 115 jrouuds. '-. "-\u25a0;' < ;
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1910.
THE CALL'S RACING FORM CHART
OAKLAND. Tiiesfiay, Nov. 22. 1910. — Ninth day. 1 Weatber clear. Track fast. E. C.
Hopper, presiding judge. Richard Dwyer, starter. .- . . :\u25a0 . . \u25a0\u25a0•- -. a
"?A£A TIRST ItACE — Six furlongs; selling; 3* yoar olds and upward; Talue to first $200.
Index.! Horse and Owner. [WtlSt. ij ; % % • Str. Fin. | Jockey. I Op- Cl.
(74as, (I)SMIL. MZXZNEK. 6- (Polk) H2i 2 .... 3% 2 JVjli ii l il 2 jArchibald' . . .1. 2 2
7457 Bla-~ksuc<?p. ", (J- Tisue) 109 1 '.'..'• 1 3 15 1 I^2 l^iKederis •?
7457 Deneen. .'. OV. K. Cotton) 109 S ... 10 % 0 3n 3 4 rJw; Cotton ,- », _5
7438 (2)EMMA G. 6 <L.' W. Bond). 100 10 ... S 2".« 1%6-2%-t h W. Gargan.. 3 (-
744S Calla, 0 (C. H. Widemana)... 109 3' ... 2 2 3 2 4 l»i-". 4 Glass ....... 10 . i
7364 Pal. a (.1. J. Marklein) ...... 109 5 -4 n * 4 .% slj « »Jarner \u25a0.. . \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 *.. ]-
.... Nettie Trarer, 4 (Flynn )..... 100 6 ... 6 I^3 11,47 2 7 1 V 3 D McCarthy. 20 4o
(7277) Phillistlua, 4 (J. Green) 10f> 7 ... 7^82 S2. 8.2% Callahan ... . . 1-| -?
(71R7) Titus 11. a fG. P. McNeil).. . 109 11 .... 9h104 10 2 n n .Tahnsen » !•>
742S Ladj Adelaide, "i '\u25a0 (Munson) ... 109 4 ... 5h7 Yj 9 t^io Corey ,15 -«
(7290) (3)COOL. 5 (Wright & H.).. 10!> 9 ...11 211211 211 3 Bedell 12 -^
7438 Woodlanfler. 4 IW. Cahill) \u25a0 .. . 110 12 ... 12 12. 12 12 Mentry la v}
Time— :23 4-.V :47 l-o. 1:132-5. At post .% -minute. \u25a0\u25a0 Off at 1:45? i. Smiley, 4-5^ Pjace. 2-5
show; Blacksheep. 2 place. 1 show; Deneen. 2 show. Winner hr. g. by B p<3 f, ck - c:a ' o , ra -
Trained by S. Polk. Start good. Won easily: Second stopping. Third easily. _ _Hls:tj
price— Metrner 5-2, Blacksheep 6. Smiley Meaner came through on the rail and breezed
home, i He is in extra good shape. Blacksheep had the speed, but began to back up at
the e-nd. Deneen ran a fair race. Emma G broke badly, had no speed, but was run nlD S
well at the finish under a weak ride. Calla ran her race. Pal not ready. Cool broke
poorly and never improved position any.' \u25a0'-'-\u25a0' - * , .
7465 SBCo:s " D RACE— Five and a half furlongs; purse; 2 ycarolds;' value to first $273. .
IMex.j Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. \j \u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0' '*& '% Str. Fin. | Jockey. | • Op. Cl.
i74r.2|i(I)PAWHUSKA <W. Gabriel) .11121 3 ... 15 1 (5121 '4 Garner .8-5 3-2
(7451)j(2)JZST (A. G. Blakely) (103 4 ."-..'. 2n 23 2426 Glass :. 3-2 .". 2
7449 Planter (WV Wa1ker) ....... ..11061 5 ... 4 3 2^3 7 Forehand \u0084.. •• «
Crex (Henderson & Hogan). . .IltH" 1 ... On 6 2 5 4 4 2 Pickftns . 15 ;>0 :
7452 (3) ST. HEUERiJ. Camden) . 103 6 ... 5^41 4Vi-5 8 Radtke ..... _S • 1 2 \u25a0
7434 Zlata Bran* (O. Turek).. .S7 X ... 8 8 64 6 8 Kederis . \u0084-£O, 100
rt.116 La Camargue-(MacManus)..... 112 2 ... 3 1^52 7 1 7 -M Archibald- ... 20 M
7441 Deadwood (G. B. Morris) 103 7 ... 7 2 .7 S 8 Bnxton ..... 12 ->
Time— :23 2-5, :48, 1:06. At post 1 minute. Off at 2:11. Pawhuska. 1-3 place, out show;
Jest, 2-5 place, out ghow; Planter. 3-5 show. Winner .'• ,b. c; by Chappaqua-Mercedita.
Trained by W. Gabriel. Start good. Won driving. Next two easily. High price— Jest
8-5, Planter 7. Pawhuska fairly flew down the hackstreteh. opening up a big lead on
his field. Garner was forced to work hard on him all finaT sixteenth, as Jest was closing
very strong and was gaining at every stride. -She is a game, filly. FUnter outgamed St.
Heller in the run through the stretch, as Radtke was not of • much assistance. Cres ran
a fair rac» and Is likely to improve, as he la", a bit high In flesh. \u25a0- '
"?^gg THIRD RACE — Futurity course; selling; . all" ages; value' to first $250.
Index.! \u25a0 Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. M Vt % Str. Fin. | ' Jockey. 1 Op- " Cl.
<7447>|(2)M. MXJSOEAVE, 4 (Doss). 109 6 .:. 32 3n 2 l^il n ,. (Glass ..:..-. : 5-2 c 7-2
7433 (I)HANNAH LOUISE. 4 (Chi) 107 3 ... .194 12 12 2 4 Selden...... § ,"*
7456 Banorella. 3(G. H. Strate)... 10." 9 ... 9 4 6% 5 n 3 n Callahan.... S 10
744<5 No Quarter. 6 (G.Bassett)... 10f* 2 .'.'. 4 h 4 2»44 2 4 3 Caranaugh .. • t>
.... Mis=s Sly. 3 (T. W. Flynn)... 105 4. . .. 2 4 2 3 314 5 h D. McCarthy. 15 20
7291 (3) NATIVE SON, 6 (Wilson) 115 5V5 V ..* .". l« 5 4 6 3 6 h Fischer ..... > 6 10
7441 Beatrice Soule. 2 (50u1e)..;.. 97 8 ... 8 2 8^7^73 Garner...... . 5 IS-5
(668.5) Rosamo. 4 (J. M. Crane). 114 1 ... 6 =& 7 n .9 5 S 14 Kirschbaum; 4 s 8 :
7457 Belle Kingston. 3 (Charles)... 103 7 ... 7. n 0 4 8 2 9 4 Forehand ... 10: 15 .
..:. ICaptain Miller. 2 (Maple S.).> 9110 ...10. 10 10 10 sW. Gargan.. SO- «.Q .
Time — :23 1-5. :47 4-5. 1:00. 1:10. At post 8 minutes. Off at 2:43Vj. Madeline, 7-5 place. 3-5 .'\u25a0
• show; Hannah. 3-2 place, 7-10 show; Banorrlla. 2 show. Winner br. m. by Vltltelbert-
Amerlcan Beauty. Trained by F. W. Dos!». Scratched— 7429 Novgorod. 7446 - Tilllnghast. -
Start good. Won driving. Second easily. Third driving. High price— No Quarter 8, Beatrice
Soule 6.' Winner bid up from $500 to $COS by E. L. Jones; retained. .Madeline Mnsgrave
moved up f«st entering, stretch and. standing a long, drive,-'' wore- Hannah I»uise down in.,
final 100 yards. Hannah Louise had the speed, but found It a bit far.-. Banorella came from
far back. No Quarter ran his race. Miss Sly is fast. Native Son failed to run up to his
- work, but will . improve. Beatrice. Soule broke badly and : made up. little or no ground, \u0084
going very wide last turn. Rosamo not ready.. ' ' -' ' \u25a0- • \u25a0 -\u25a0 ••- - \u25a0--'\u25a0 : ' \u25a0 -""
7A&7 FOURTH RACE— One mile; purse; all ages; value to first $275. ;. . , '-/Vv'"'
Index.! .Horse and Owner. ; |Wt|St. .Ij % "Str. Fin. | . Jockey. | Op. Cl.
6194 (2)BLACK MATE, G (prange) 10» 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 IXI, Garner ...... 2 ; 9-5 *
7454 Noon. 3 (W. - Wa1ker) ........ 104 7 4 2»£3 >4 3% 3 2V.2 2' Forehand... « : C'
(7442) (I)COLONEL JACK, 6 (Turek) 109 5 6 IW*MT4 n 42*3 2 Bore.l .::.... -5-2 11 : 5
\u25a0 Lotta Creed. 3 (Flynn)...'.. ..104 6 7 7" 7 5^43 D: McCarthy. 10 25 J
7455 Eddie Graney, 3 (Ransch)..;. 102 3 5 h 6 2 6 :% 63 " 5 Mi " W. -. Gargan. .] 7 SI
7335 (B)AmfE McGEE, 4 (Denver) 104 116 13 1 1 2n 66 Buxton ..... 4 5 i
7449 Roman "Wing, 5 (T. H. Ryan)|lo6 4~3 %5 2 5 1 7 \u25a0"-, \u25a0\u25a0• Gilbert ;....r 30 40
Time— :24 1-5. :4S 3-5, 1:14. 1:39 2-5. At - post 1 minute. .Off at'f.:o3. Mate, 7-10 place, 1-3
show; Noon. 2 place, 1 4-5 show; Jack,' 3-10 show.". ; Winner eh. .g. .by -First ..'Mate-Later. ,
Trained by E. Llnnell.;' Start good.': Won ridden: out. Second and • third handily. ' High . .
price — Black Mate 5-2, Anne McGee 6. .Black- Mate lay second to Anne : McGee^, till ' well
on. last turn, where he moved up quickly, took the. lead and held the ; contenders safe, but
Garner rode him. out- all last sixteenth,, ag closing rapidly, standing a drive gamely. "
Colonel Jack outrun all the way. but was gamer than the balance at the end.- Lotta Creed
made up some ground. . Anne McGee ; showed great ;; speed for - six furlongs, but began to ,
. hang out distress signals: entering the stretch and curled up very badly. . • :
74CQ FIFTH RACE — One mile and 20 yards;, selling; 3 year olds . and upward; value to
itOO first $250. \u25a0/'.-.-\u25a0-\u25a0.:;\u25a0' •\u25a0•;\u25a0: r-. \u25a0—\u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- :.-- .\u25a0.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-•-\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0-..; , : \u25a0\u25a0 .- \u25a0:-.-. .:-.' - !T \u25a0-- -•'
Index. l 'Horse and Owner. IWtjSt. ;\u25a0%\u25a0 \u25a0V> % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. Cl. !
(7448) (I)NEBEASKA LASS, 4 (Cnr) 107|,3 .2 IVj2 I 2 2^.1 I^l 4 Buxton 1 ..... :2 4
7402 Dovalta. 5 (C. H. Widemann). 107 I 1I 1 X r»- 5 4 52*/j5 iWz % Garner...... . ! 4 9-2 \u25a0
7456 (2) APOLOGIZE, 4 (Walker).: 110 5 414 4 2 3 h 3 2 3 h Page r.M. .".... 11-5 6-5
7448 Royal Stone, 4 (Fountain):... 107 2 14 .1 2^l \u25a0 1%2 Vt 4 Callaban -6 12
1-ioO Sir Wesley, 5 (Chappell) ...'.'. 107 8 65.72 7 2 0:1 51 Cavanaugh .. 20 60
7450 Irrigator. 4 (Polk & T.):. 107 9 0. 9 81 74 6 2V, Van jMisen.".. 7 S
(7450) (3) CHIEF DESMOND, 5 (Pltr) 107 fi 31^3 U 4 1!J4^7.1U Rosen *.-. T. :. 6 10 .
7409:' Sprlng Ban, a (Northwest)..;. 107 4 Bn, 8 h 9 BIS 2 Glass :...... 10" '40 :
5454 lAgreement. 5 <F1ynn). ........ 107[ 7 7 4 .". « % 6 .ff - - '/• D. McCarthy. 15 60
Time — :25. . :50, 1:14.-1:40 1-5. 1:413-5. -At post ."»; minutes. ;.". Off at 3:29>A. 'Lass. 7-s 'place.
3-0" show; Dovalta, 'B-5 place, a 4-5 show;. Apologize, out show. Winner".b^f tn. by Highland \u25a0„•
I/ad-Kittle > Bailie.' \u25a0 Trained bv'-J. J. Conner.; Scratched — 7463 Mllpitas. Start good. Won
'\u25a0\u25a0:.L easily.' Secondand third' driving. High price Dovalta 5, 'Ajiologire- 5-2. Nebraska ' Lass -
. forged, to the front at head of stretch and breezed 'home. .Povalta- had no . early .speed; but ';-'
closed very, strong. /Apologize showed improvement; Royal. Stove done at-'six furlongs. Others
showed \u25a0 little.- Desmond* stopping In -final .furlong. •\u25a0•\u25a0 -\u25a0, -.--.. •\u25a0 : ;. .'\u25a0 \u25a0 : =. \u0084. \u25a0*-. \u25a0\u25a0: .
7iCQ' SIXTH RACE— Six and a half furlongs; celling;. :3 year olds and upward; value to •
l*tPg flrsfs2oo; .\u25a0\u25a0•'\u25a0\u25a0-' \u25a0:-^-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0":\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0:•\u25a0'.\u25a0: .",;. -:.yv. - .». \u25a0: \u25a0 . -y..,: .- \u25a0-> \u25a0; ...>, r \u25a0-. ..\u25a0-,,-- \u25a0-.-. . .;: : .-.
J'Mlex.l Horse and . Owner. ' . |Wt|St. \i -.-. ft %\u25a0;\u25a0, str. .\u25a0 Fin; '\u25a0: | ? • ' Jockey. | Op.- -Cl. .
7444 1(1) SIR EDWARD, a (Walker) 1101-.;;- 1 2^1 ,2»41 3 14* IPage ...... 7-10 1-2
7453. (2)SONIA, 3' (Marks & C 0.).. lOT V 9 ;.;. :7^-6 2.33;2 *: Garner' ... 4 "5 •
7447 Maxims,- 4.(1. H. Miller).... 107 S ... 2 3 2.5 •'- 2 lVa3,i Matthews ... 10>20/ ,
7446 Sir -Fretful, -4 (Hamilton).... 107 3 ..: 3 n 4h-4h -4 4- Cavanaugh .. :15.: 15. ' 30>
7428 Zinkand,.3(F. J. Ne11)...:.. 103 7 .... S 2^B ifto n ..-.5 I\<, Glass \u25a0''.'.:'.' .'.". 10 . 20 .
.7453 Helen Carroll. 3 (Crane).;...'. 104 2....- 414 3 n 6 2%6 2 Kirschbaum 12 .30 ::
-6421 Prince r of Castile.^6. (Short).. 107 6 ... 9 9 7 1^,7 3 ' Van-Dusen... '20:.:60-
6741' Sully,.*3 '(Multnomahi stable);; 101 4 "... 6 3 7 2^B 2 S n Zeicler .... .20. f 100". ;
(7445) (3)L.- HXYWOOD. 3 (Walker) 103|,5^ \u25a0".-.". : 5h ; 5,1 '9 9 , [Seldetr v. . . . . : " .' 4W -:7.
Time — :24, ::48;.1:13 4-5. 1:20 2-5. ;At post H minute. Off .at 3:55»A. Edward. 1-5 place,; out; '
?, :show; -Sonla, 1- place,'; 7-20 -show;: Maxims; 2 show. ' . Winner b.'h *by Eddie- Jones-Motto.' '
Trained by W.~ Walker." Scratched— 7427 Yoltronie.- 7444 -Charles Green 1 7450 -Charles- J. '
\: '\u25a0] Harvey. Start, good; Won easily.; Second" and; third driving. ->- High price— SiriEdward 1 :
4"-5.T The, race was, only L a 'gallop; for Sir 'Edward. "r:;Sonia,.- as .-usual slow; to \u25a0begin.*: closed
tip a. big gap gamely. rMaxims. showed, good" speed: and hung on gamely. . Sir Ftetfulvran, '»"
a very.falr race.; Helen Carroll stopped, early.. v.l/>fty Hey wood very' deficient, in I speed as '
' \.i compared with? lasf race,'? which: was probably a' flukel *:•''.-.-.••' -'\u25a0:'".;--.\u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.- . -,-\u25a0 ". ;- -V .:".-• \u25a0'
T RRRATA — In race 7463 : breeding of winner should.be b. g. by The Friar-Lingerie. Trained ;
• hv F. Prior, f ' ;: .'•..;,\u25a0 \u25a0-'..":'->\u25a0--\u25a0— :/:•-"-"£> \u25a0\u25a0::-y. I.';-. . •. \u25a0 "-\u25a0..'" -^ -.\u25a0\u25a0.'. _--. -. \u25a0 \u25a0:*'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;. •;\u25a0,".'\u25a0.\u25a0-,.•\u25a0 .2 \u25a0< \u25a0\u25a0. '.\ : \
FOOTBALL - INJURIES FATAL^-T^banon. \u25a0 Ky.,
• Nov. 22,-f^ClarencP Hill, a All year old boy,
ij died '.today \u25a0\u25a0• of '- injurir* \u25a0 rt'ccivcd in a - school
j -'f jothall : game a week ago. ;._ ,;,
$250,000 WAREHOTJSE FIEEi-Winnippg,' Man..
NovJ-. 22.— Tho ' wholesale ' • warebwisc \u25a0; of -. the
'^Martindnleilrug company horej was ''destfoved
r by fire [today. -The loss v is^2so, 000- i> ?\u25a0:*.'''\u25a0"•
OTIS-WALKER LAW
HARD TO BREAK?
Attorney Declares That Three
Parties Are Essential to a
Violation of Statute
An intricate point of law involving
the validity of the Otis-Walker anti
betting law was raised before Judge
Shortall yesterday in the case of Ed
ward. I. Eva tt, who was charged with
selling pools on the races at 374 Rich
street by Detective Driscoll. Drlsroll
placed a bet with Evatt and produced
the ticket and money as evidence, as
well as a number; of form charts and
combination sheets. The evidence was
conclusive and Judge Shortall was
about to render^ a decision of guilty
when Attorney E. M. Epsteen interposed
an objection and pointed out that i« the
case of a bet made on a dog race Judge
Deasy had discharged the accused on
the ground'that it was not unlawful to
make a bet where a stake holder for
hire is : not linvolved.; . •
Epsteen argued that the Otis-Walker
law required three parties to the ille
gal transaction, namely, the man who
sells the. l>et,;the man. who buys the bet
and the stake holder: for hire. In the
Evatt case there were but two. parties
to the transaction, and Epsteen argued
that the law had not been'violated.
- Judge Shortall set the case next Sat
urday for further argument and . re
quested Assistant .District Attorney
Morris Oppenhetm to look up the law
on behalf of the state. Speaking of the
point raised. Judge Shortall said: '
"If the point raised by Attorney Ep
steen is well taken it will be very hard
to ( secure convictions- for selling bets
on the races, as the poolroom operators
seldom . If ever bring in a third party
as stake holder. If that is required by
law as a relevant part of the violation
I can -not see where convictions can- be
made, as reversal by. the upper courts
will : be certain on this one technical
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Low Prices for Crack
Harness Horses.
NEW YORK,* Nov. •22.— 0n a bid of
$1,100, .The Director General, a famous
stallion, was sold today at the second
day's session of the "Old Glory" horse
sale at-Madisori. Square garden.' A few
years ago The Director .General- was
bought for the Claiborne farm of Lex
ington. Ky.. for "|12.000. ; and it had
been expected he' woiild-bring at least
$10,000. Frank^McCloud of Dayton. 0.,
was- the successful ' bidder. . '
V Star Pat(ilien.-by Joe^Patchen, with
a pacing record of 12.05%, was bought
by J. R. Oakden of Corning, N. V., for
$1,000.: Charles' -R. Tweedale of this
city; bought Wilkes Star if or $1,500.
. . In^ a11,.-. so:. horses':, were offered; by
theClaiborne 1 farm, and; when' the day's
session closed 100 horses' had been, sold
for a total : ;bf;'s29,9oo,: of 'which $20,720
was 1 brought; by the : Claiborne" farm
stock. The -highest price of the day
was $I,6so,^ paid for, Bonalin,' a; 5 year
oldjbay mare] The 'purchaser was the
Walnut Hall*;farm'i of V Lexington, Ky.
Nella. Jay was sold to, the Dromore
farm for ' $i;5OO. 5 ;\u25a0 ' , ... ; ;
. ; Theannuairmeeting;Of 'the American
AssoclatlonTof. Trotting Horse Breeders
was. held at- the "garden rthis^af tern oon
and, all -the^former officers were; re
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CHESS GA3IE DRAWX
BERLIN, Nov. •22.^ : The [sixth ; game
of »\u25a0 the . chess * match :*be-'
tween'Liasker, and 'Jan© wski, {ad journed
|f rom r Sunday/ was «•- ; again - adjourned
today. :*. The ' position of the ; players was
considered equal and a draw Is 'looked
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V The iV^score:^ 1 La.sker,i 3;
'drawn,? 2."7. v -" : ; ;.'' .'. -.i .-" • .'>\u25a0,.,'..- '.'\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0 ;.\u25a0: '\u25a0
THE CALL'S HANDICAP FORECAST
DACIA— ABELLA— LOUISE B
FIRST RACE— Futurity course; belling: 2>car olds:
DACIA" ' On he^t'race Csurw to «to.
7^ "agSg^ i::: ::::::::-::::::-:::::lS o^*? «*».
7441 Lescar .........112 Could win on best form.
74°2 Great Cae=ar "*.".*.". .'. ....109 Ran well in the bushes.
7iHB Ben Grefnllaf -W Has n«t shown «*«£?«•
7441 Clara Hampton ...100 Form has been ordinary.
.7434 Conlsthaunthu 104 Outclassed.
COMBURY— CAPTAIN JOHN— GRAMERCY
SECOND RACE— Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds and upward:
Index Horse Wt Remarks
7440 COMBORY .111 Figures on top on recont races.
74* i CAPTAIN JOHN H4 fan win IT he runs his race.
745!) GRAMEHCY I°~ Rmindmg Into form.
7423 Buraen ...I.S "1 Showed early speed In last start.
7435 Electrowan l f '" Ma - V P roTe the s«Prlse-7457s«Prlse
7457 Harry Stanhope 11l Not at his best.
6773 Lookout HI Needs racing. v
5946 Nappa 114 First out after a letup.
7417 Who • HI l""** to t* UD asaln?ta s aln?t lf - •
7403 Hannibal Bey 11l Has not shown any form.
743S Aunt Polly 11l Looks to be up ajalast it.
6737 Bellsnicker 11l Hardly fit.
RESPONSFUL— RO Y JUNIOR—RALEIGH
THIRD RACE — One mile and 20 yards; all ages: selling:
Index Horse Wt Remarks
(7431) RESPONSFUL I^s Ran a crark ra-e la*t out.
(74D6) ROY JUNIOR H'> R'=ht at his tip top form.
7455 RALEIGH H (> Consistent and always a chance.
(7447) Madeline Musgrave 103 !Ij* b»-en showing good. form.
745fi Hooray 1*""> W 'H make the pace.
745« Redeem 103 Hardly at her best.
7455 Acumen I<>4 -May P™*** the surprise.
7431 Roseyale \u25a0+ 10 1 * IT»bnnly needs racing.
7437 'Edwin T. Fryer.. 110 A bad betting proposition.
METROPOLITAN— EDMOND ADAMS— TERN'S TRICK
FOURTH RACE— El Rio Rey handicap: flr? furlongs: all aces: . . .' .
Index Horse Wt Remark*
7454 METROPOLITAN 02 A rastly inaproTed youngster.
7430 EDMOND ADAAIS ..J f>f> Probably short in last race.
7451 TERN'S THICK "2 Flas a lot of ?peeJ. . _„
7443 Balronia !*> R"n a «s«n race last outr
7445 Thistle Belle 1 ( «> Will probably need the race.
7034 Early Tide W5 First start here this season.
SPECIAL DELIVERY—SAKE— ROYAL RIVER
FIFTH RACE — One mile and 70 yards; oeilias: 3 year oM> and upward:
Index Horse Wt Remarks
* 74<>O SPECIAL DELIVERY 100 Has nothing to beat.
7444 *SAKE • I |V * H as been running consistently.
7432 ROYAL RIVER X*> Figures to run close up on best form.
7462 Treasure Seeker lt« Last race «>nly fair.
7450 Onatassa .- 112 Fair form.
7450 Ladr McNally I'^O Played heaTlly to win her last start.
7447 Sir Angus 10r» Dull speed in last start.
74»;f) Pete. IW> improre today.
7457 Lady Rensselaer 103 Form has been poor.
744$ Nebulosus ; 105 Running below true form.
74".6 Nasmeriti. 10» Nofmwn. -v ;
74C2 Silver Grain 108 Shown nothing.
SWAGERLATOR— BISKRA— PLATOON
SIXTH RACE— Futurity course; selling; 3 year, elds and upward:
Index * Horse " \u25a0 .- Wt Remarks
(7340) SWAGESLATOR 11l Question of fitness.
74.1S BISKRA HI Roundlnsr to and will be right there.
73rtS PLATOON HI Royal chance on busa form.
6363 Chantilly 114 Probably needs racing.,
(7255) Roy T 11l Ha a speed.
740S All Alone 11l Ran well in. the bushes.
7423 Plume HI ' Showed speed In first start.
( 7440 Tramotor ..' • HI I)uI1 speed in last start.
7410 Roy Shumway HI Torm only fair.
742.1 E M Fry : ;...lU> Could do it. but usually qTiits.
«774 Redondo ..." ."-Ml Probably needs racinj.
74 46 Belle of Iroquois j -11l Needs racing.
•Apprentice allowance/
ST. YVES WIXS RACE
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Nov. 22.—
Henri St.' Yves, th>> French champion,
beat Joe Trent of Columbus, 0., and
Charles G3lena of Philadelphia in a 10
mile race here tonight by one mile and
two laps. His time was 56 minutes
42 2-3 seconds. Trent finished second
In* 1 hour 6 seconds. .
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VOUXG GOTCH WISS BOUT
W'ltiLJM ANTIC. Conn.. Nov. 22. —
Yo.jing' Gotch won a \u25a0wrestling match
from Bob Somerville of Boston her« to
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