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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
LEW POWELL COMES
HOME FOR A FIGHT
"Any of Them Look Good to
Me," Says the Willing
\ Mixer
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
Lew Powell, one of the most , for
midable candidates for lightweight
championship honors, arrived last
nigin from New York, and like the
rest of them lie was beside himself
with joy at being home once, again.
Powell was away for nearly four
monthss, during which time he had four
engagements in Gotham. He was a
sensation in three of them. In fact,
the San Francisco boy displayed so
much class that *all the toprxotchers
sidestepped his advances and he had
to come - all the. way back home in
search of action.
Powell looks good, better In fact
than when h» went away. He is the
same quif-t, demure chap. and he has
more to say about others than about
himself. He is full of praise for Owen
Moran and he does not even knock
Wolga.Pt. the champion, whom * they
have all been slamming during the last
few months.
Powell is ambitious. He thinks lie
ha? rea<-hod the stage when he should
he entitled to a chance against one of
the .higher ups in the lightweight di
vision. Following out this idea the
auburn haired local lightweight is out
with a- challenge for either Moran or
Wolp-ast next month. His choice is
Wo'gast. though away Jown deep in
his.- heart he knows very well that the
lightweight champion will not start.
If he can not land one of the heavy
fish in the lightweight pond. Powell
will be very well satisfied to get on
with One Rou!:'J Hogan, Frankie Burns
or in fact an; one who has a liking
for his game. Lew's aim is to keep
busy and he will not* turn down any
reasonable offer. *
"I went against Jack Goodman in
New York last Friday night with but
three days to train in and I beat him,"
said Powell. "The weight was 135
7*^unds at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
ai\ I weighed only 131. Goojman
bai\ly made the weight. He is a; big,
tough felloe, but hmorc than held my
own \u25a0su-tl: him. 1 I wanted to give him
a return match, but he would not ac
commodate me. so there was nothing
left for me but to come home.."3gW*
"I tried my best to get on with
Harlem Tommy Murphy. Leach Cross,
Sammy Smith. Packey McFarland, or in
fact any of them; "but it was the same
old story each time — they, all stalled
me. -I like New York well enough, but
I must say there is no place like old
San. Francisco.
"According to the eastern gossip Wol
gast is suffering from a bad nervous
breakdown. They tell me that he is in
hiding and that he won't come out till
he is straightened out. T understand
that his* theatrical trip put the crusher
on his health. He is geting a panning
all along the line from everybody In
the east. They all seem to think that
the first live one who gets a crack at
Wolgast will take the championship
aw*y from him. I only wish that I
could get on with him."
If Powell does not secure a match
here within the. next month or so he
will go to Los Angeles to box for Tom
MeCarev. The southern promoter wants
to put Lew on with George Memsic or
some other good one in the Angel city
during the latter part of next month.
As Powell has .beaten Memsic three
times such an engagement wotild b«
soft for him.
While in New York Powell went
against Young Otto on two occasions
and also had the mitts on with Johnny
Marto anJ Jack Goodman. Lew got
oft to a bad etart in his first engage
ment, which was with Marto, but after
that time he 6howed up so very well
that all the crackajacks gave him a
wide berth. He was too good to get a
match. . *_
LIEN OX COMISKEY
CHICAGO. Dec 30.— Claim for a me
(efianic'B lien of $64,754.31 was filed in
t'.ie circuit court today against Charles
Comiskey, owner of the Chieagro Amer
ican league (White Sox) baseball team,
by the Wells Brothers coraoany. con
trartors. The claim set up is that in
ItuilflinK Comiskey's new south side
baseball plant out of a total cost of
f2Si,7&iJi only 5130.CC0 was paid.
Showing the Only Man Who Gets the Best of It Every Mnute of Eve^
LEVINSON VICTOR
IN JUNIOR TENNIS
Wins Handicap Singles Tourney
After Hard Fought Match
With Strachan
For the last two days the members of
the junior tennis club have been en
gaged In a handicap singles tournament
on the park courts. Forty-three of the
youngsters took part.
\u25a0 Young Levinson was the victorious
player, beating the best player of the
club, John Strachan, in the finals.
Strachan is deserving of a great deal of
credit for reaching the finals, as he was
packing a very heavy handicap and had
an uphill fight in all of his matches. In
the final match he owed SO and gave
15 3-6. Despite the handicap he won the
first set. but it proved too heavy for
him, and he lost the match after a hard
fight in the second set.
Levinson is also deserving of a great
deal of credit for his victory, a? he
played from owe 30 and 3-6, which Is
some handicap.
Probably one of the best matches of
the tournament was In the first round
between Greenberg and T. Foley. They
were both playing from behind scratch,
and the match was a hard three set af
fair, two of which went to deuce a num
ber of times.
John Strachan's defeat of W. Fottrell
was somewhat of a surprise, as he
played with a handicap of owe 15 and
give 15, and won with ease, 6—l,6 — 1, 6—2.6 — 2.
Marvin, who does the handicapping,
certainly knows the ability of the boys,
as the closeness of the majority of ti<
matches will show.
The results of the matches were as
follows: '
Preliminary round — MeCaw (15) beat Randall
(owe 30), default; Johnston (special) beat Mor
gan (15). 6 — «, 6—3:6 — 3: Strauss (15) beat Blume
nan (15 and 3-6). default; Henry (15) beat Brun
(owe 30). 6 — *. <}— 4; Levinson (owe SO and 3-6>
beat T. Roberts (15). 6—l. 3—6. 6—l; Hall
(owe 3-6) beat Thomas (15J,. default: Strachan
<6peclal> bfat Hudson (owe 15 and 3-6). 6—o.
6—3: W. Fottrell (opecial) beat Huff (owe 40).
default: Pohll (15 3-6) beat Mighl (15), 3—6.
C — 2. 7—5:7 — 5: Pritchard (owe 30) beat Ragaa (15
and 3-6)1 6—l, 6—4.
First- round— Karsky (151 beat Wilson '(15),
10—8, 5—7,5 — 7, 6— 1:--Greenberg (special) beat T.
Foley (owe 15 and 3-6), ,6 — 1, C— B, 9—7; Smith
(special) beat Parker (30), default; Heacock
(SO) beat Carrigan (15 and 3-6), default; Ahrend
(15) beat Boyle (30) % default; W. Foley (15)
beat McCaw. default; - Strauss beat Johnston,
6—o.6 — 0. 6—l;6 — 1; Levinson beat Henry. 6—3.6 — 3. 6—3;
Stracbsn beat Hall, default; Fottrell beat Pohli.
6 — *, 6—4;6 — 4; Bull (on*e 30, and 3-6) beat Kendall
(15), 6— 2. 6—l; Kendall (15) beat Collins (15),
6—4,6 — 4, 6—3;6 — 3; ; Wilson *15) beat Hotaling (3-6),
default; Roseoblum (30). beat Wlssing (15) de
fault; Applefleld (30) beat Colby (30). default-
Delttick (owe 15) beat. R. Roberts (scratch).
6—2. 11-O.
Second round— Kar*ky . beat Greenberg, 6 — t,
C — \u2666; Smith beat Heacock. default; Ahrendt
beat W. Foley. 3—6, 6 — !. 6—3; Levinson beat
Strauss, « — 3. 6 — *; Stracbjm beat W. Fottrell,
6—l,6 — 1, 6—2;6 — 2; Bull beat Kendall. B—6.8 — 6. 6—3;6 — 3; Rosen
blum beat Wilsou, default; Dettrick' beat Apple
field, 6—2. 6—l.
Third round — Kareky beat Smith, default;
Levinson beat Ahrendt, 6—4. 6—l;6 — I; Straeban beat
Bull, l-*«. 6 — t, 6—3; Deitrlck beat Rosenblum.
6—l. B—6. - - , - \u25a0 \u0084 • •- .
Semifinal ronnd — Levlnsnn heat Karsky, 6 3
6—3; Strachan beat Deitrick. 5—7.5 — 7. 6—3, 6—3. '
Final round — Levinson beat Strachan. 3—6
6— 4, 6— 2.
Joseph McGee, Turf man,
Drops Dead
Joseph McGee. well . known turfman,
dropped dead yesterday morning while
waiting for a car.- He was standing:
at the corner of Eddy and. Mason
streets, -when he was seized: with an
attack of heart failure. Before medical
aid could b» summoned McGee had ex
pired. —
McGee, who was i50i 50 years ; old. was
known on neatly every track in Amer
ica,* having: followed the runners for
more than a score -of jrears. He had
been associated •with Joe Rose up to
the time of his deaths
:*: * He^is survived- by a widow and a
daughter. .He lived at 743 Polk street
DECAMPE. BEATS MANXOLD
v Doctor Dkampe handily defeated Leo Han
nold In the tournament pool game at the Graner
last night by a score of 60 to 47.E.Tiie medical
man proved a repnlar sharp shooter and played
a steady: game throughout. « starting offiwlth a
I^a<l aod holding lt>to;tb« finish,, The next game
of the tournwncat will ; be played : Tuesday even
to*. , \u25a0
the- san g?kg^
BEAUTIFUL PROSPERITY CALENDAR
I THE CALL'S RACING FORM CHART \
OAKLAND. Friday, Dec. 30, 1910.— Forty-second day. ; Weather . clear.' Track fast. »E.
C. Honper. presiding Judge. J. J. Holtman. »tarter. \u25a0 ' . : .-\u25a0.•>\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -?_
7842 FiasT RA.CE— Six furlongs;^ selling; all ages; - value v to -first, ?S0?;--.v,,: -r.
Index. .Horse and Owner. -|WtjSt.-% V, % Btr. Fin. I_• Jockey. | Op. 57
?ITq J^SSSt 1 . 0^ 8411 '/' 2 (Wrg) 104 *' ••• 11 « 18 ' % 1-m Glass-....,.. .4.18-5
--1- «>SO"E-aTO.'*-(1J1yna>...127 2 ... • 4 2V43 2 2 4.2 6 W. Mclntyre. 3 5
mi 4 (W. Cahill) . . . 124 6 ... 6 2V6« n4n 3n Mentry ..... 6 6
jm WBEDA, a (J. O. Walker) 120 7 ... 5 n^s 1%5 24 h Tapun , V R 8
iiii Arthur Hyman, 5 (Reno). 124 3 ... 2 n 2 n 8 Uis 4 Taylor 4 5
: 6J3 131 Paisanca (McParlin). . . .. 124 9 ... 8174 74 6 4 Frach ... " ' 40 60
7750 Alder (Julch. 3 (Elk Lake 5.).: 120 1 ... 3h4ls 6% 7 4 King" - 6 8
i'*i Queen Alamo, a (W. M. Cain) 119 8 „... 10 5 0 3 918 3 Rosin "^ 30 60
iS 4*4 * Mossbsck. 5 (T. Jackson) .... 124 11 ... 11 1011 1010 39 4 D, McCarthy. 8 "10
773H TemWo, 5 (Martin 4 C0.)^... 124 5 ... 7 n 8M 8 2% Knapn 30 40
7734 Lucille Manley. 2 (J. Tigue).. KM 10 ... 9 %10 411 1011 8^ KederU . ' ' " ?K Ig
7591 [Albetto. 2 \u25a0(Wilson \u25a0& C 0.) .... 104 12 ... 12 12 12 12 V Pickens ....'. -60 V 100
Tlm^Zi? 4 ;, : - 7 fs'f 5 ' I ;V 3 ,K" 5 \ At -J?-^ ll^ mlnuteß - Off at 1:46 %- Cawar. 8-5 plkce. 4-5 show;
Run 11-o place. 11-10 show; Woodlander. 6-5 show. Winner b. g. by Cesarlon-Grandma II
Trained by EF. Wright. Start good. - Won driving. Second easily. Third driving High
price— Great- Caesar 5, Beda 10. ( Winner entered for ?400;- no bid. Great Caesar went to
the front at once and under a powerful ride Just lasted. Glass* clearly outflnlshinc Me
_jgg ?J l °^: a &%?2i S^ ld baTB but MclnWwasou^d^
7343 SECOXI) RAGE— Five and a half furlongs; selling; 2 year olds; value to first $250.
Index. Horse and Owner. - |WtjSt. % % str. Fin. I Jockey. I, On Ci"
774« (2)PRESTOLITi: (Oakwood)..-. 115 6< ... 6%,6 M 2 V. -1-8 pi cc k kegD g a a
7597 (3) ST. HELTER (J. Camdenl. 10+ 1 ... 4n554 n2 h' ''^ \u25a0QKrl
(7746) (l)H. HAWKINS (Caybigan). 109 4 ... 3 1&4 \u25a0 fal nI3 1% KiSaunl" " 6?
7820 Frank Ferris (B. SchreiberJ ... 102 2 . . . .23 2h 3 1%4 TapUn 4 .92
7Slo Summertime (A. G. Blakfly). 96 9 ... 9 9 T2 5 % DlgKius*""" « ii
..... Roeey Posey (H. Fallehy)..... 109 5 ... 543 h:- 5 I*6 4^ D McCarthY 1% ift
7520 Dolly V B,(J. R0bb1n5) ....... 97 8 ... 8 I^B 18n,7 2' W. Gaigan 10 ll
7734 Gyptls (Avalon stable).. ...r. 97 3 ... 1 h 1 l%fl % '8 %' Seiden 30 \u25a0 fin
7512 Dublin Minstrel (MacManus). . 97 7 ... 7%73 9 'I : olner '.'.'.".'. -U? ' 5
3 Btts-,.:4S8 tt s -,. :4S ~" 5 - i; 06 3 "^- JA £ pt>st 2% m!nn tes. \u25a0 Off : at 2:14. , Preßtolite. ' 3. place, 8-5
show; Heller. 7-5 place. 3-5 show; Hawkins 8-5 show. Winner eh. c. by The Fo/-E^aroln
Trained by W. P. Maxwell. Scratched-7820 Rltta,£_ Ben'- Wilson,' (7735 V BeaMcVSle"
Start good for all but Summertime. Won cleverly. Second driving?- Third sto.-ainsT ' HiLh
price— Bosey Posey 20. Dolly.V B. 15; Winner entered for:$600:-no bid: PrestcSite came
' f rom b S hiD , d li flnia - tntlang and under a good ride outgamed . Helen Hawkins and won OTt
in handy fashion St. Heller best horse, but Thomas got \u25a0: him . pocketed in the T stretch and
had to pull up and go outside. He closed very strong. Helen Hawkins : stopped baolr in
final 100 yards. Frank Ferris short: will do fronv now on. \u25a0 Summertime ahnost left ran
a very smart race. Rosey Posey showed good speed; probably short. Jl'
7844 TUIRD RA CE— Six furlongs; selling; all ages; value to first $200. — ~
Inrtei.l Horse and Owner.- |Wt|St. % V> % Str- Fin. | Jockey. ~~j~Op — HT
( If)S ) 880 - 5 (Lamar Co.). 124 3 ... 1% 1 3 14 12 Pickens 7.5 iilift
7820 (I)MEDIA, 2 (G. W. Berry) . 104 6 ... \u25a06 2 o^2 n2 % Glass' "* id
T-% S", 0 , 18 '. 2 (T ' Tummlre)..'.... 104 5 ... 7h 7n5% 3VA sJ£L'\V.V 5,8
7762 Belleraicker, a (J.: Robblna)... 124 9 ...10 8 V^A •% 4 n 7^ Lp e dT 1-. "2A
7751 Oswald B, 3 (Dennison C 0. ) .. 115 "8 ... 8 3 9 162 siu Focartv""" Jl2 2n
7747 Evran. 6 (O. Pendarvis) ...<... 131 1 ... 5 n 4 h 7 ,% 6h£ Riddle ' «' «
7707 Colonel Jack. 6 (O.'Turek) .. . 127 10 .. . !9h 10 10 7 2 Mentrv?" '"" '"\u25a0\u25a0 10 • "o
2i?« <3)EDDIE MOTT; 2 (Van Gor) 104 2 ... 2 n 2n.3 1 8 2 Kir.chbaum" -10 10
1178 Don't, 2 (Henderson & H.) . . . . 107 7 , ... 425h 8V 9 4 Taylor ™°. ' :15' 20
7.53 Tltns 11. a (G. P. McNeil).-... 124 4 ... 3 I^3 1%9 210 >; Archibald \". !lO 12
Time— :23 4-5. :47 1-6, 1:13.- r At i post-2%- minutes. Off at 2:37J4. . Bambro. 11-20 place '"iX
show; Media. 7-5 place.. 7-10 show: Dacia. 7-5 show. Winner< <<h. g. - hv^ Alvescot-li-pne
Trained by C. P. I^mar.' Scratched— 774fi A cademist, 7800 Swaperlator. Start Won
driving. - Second same. Third cleverly. High price^-Dacla 1 7. Eddie Mott 12 'fitus* ll* 1%
Winner entered for $400; bid up to $803. by A. L. Denny; retained. -Bambro set the Dace
all the way and always held field safe, although Pickens took no chances whinnlne -him
fora'htndred yards from ; the wire. Media, outrun early, -closed ' well. Dhcla made no
• ground gamely, under a weak" finish. Bellsnicker • ran a - good race. So did \u25a0 Oswald 1 R
under a very weak ride. Evran has gone stale and needs a letup. \u25a0 . Wi ir aia _\u25a0 D
7845 \u25a0 f^^Hoi^ 0^ 0116 \u25a0 and a ; <iu"ter miles; ; selling; 3 year olds and upward ; -.ralue
iudex.l-.- Horse and 'Owners |Wt|St. Std. M V* Str ..Fin. I Jockey. -|-Op. ci.
.inOH^Pl^ 3 8
( i.^ 22) WCABIN. a. (J. Umensetter). 103 2152 % 2 1%2 1^2.1% Pickens: ... . 6 R
7516 Miss Offidons. 6(B. Moyne). 97 3 3 I^3 23 n 3 2*3 1 Garner ..:... 4 9.2
Z^2 footloosp. 4 (T. Martin)'. ..:.. 103 1 42^4 n 41^4 lU4 %,Selden. \u25a0....; 50 DO
iBS. 2- T - -Fryer, 6 (Walhauser).. 103 fl :0. -6 n8 «;6 l^B n Taplinc... ? 3 «
i'S2 Tansy. 3 fStowe & C 0.) ..-.-;„. 92 8- 8 2^,5 5# 5 I^6 4 W.^Gargan;-
7803 WBEXLEVIEW, a (Crane).. 104 56n 191 9 \u25a0 9 •?. 8 3^7 \u25a0 Kixschbaum V 'fi 7^>
Jfjf I; C. Clem, a (J. F." Ooburn) . . 98 ie 5 ?4-8 2 : 61^7 n ",S Z- Kederis ..... 32 15
«Sl6 Sir Angus. 5 ( J. : Rohbins) . . . . 113[ 7 7 2 -7/h \7^% 91 : 9 :JV: J V Leeds:.;..'*:, ilO : 20
Time— :2s, :51 3-5. 1:16 8-5. 1:42 2-5, 2:07. At post .-minutes, v Off at '3:om. Molesey"
I 11-10 place. 1-2 show; Cabin, 3. place, 8-5 show: :' Officious,: 4-5 -show/ -Winner eh c br
Kinsston-SylvabeUe. TralDed by A. G. ,Blakely; • Scratched— (7B32) Buckthorn 7732 Spring
Ban, 7516 Merlingo. * • Start : good. Won easily. Second ; and ' third handily. /: Winner entered
ror 5400; no bid.; -Molesey rated- in . front.and.always held; his field safe, -winning well
In hand. Cabin ran right to his notch. 1 Miss Officious- ran .her .' face. .; Footloose made -a"
very good showing. .. Edwin :T. " made a.good>stretchsrun.l!;Tansy wellcnn 1 allilast
peren furlongs. \u25a0• Bellevlew- refused to eiten^MtnseUV.. Better 'in? mud. . : .
7346 FIFTH RA.CE — One mile; selling; 3 year olds and- upward; -value to first $200. , -\u25a0.. v,
Indei.j Horse and -Owner.,-; |Wt|St. ,% \u25a0 -. sVt - % Str. Fin. : I Jockey. - | \u25a0 Op. Cl.
7513 I(1)LOTTA CREED, 3 (Flynn) 104 6 .1 2^3 h-3 3 1 1". 1 S^JKederis ..... -5-2- 3
-Si? i sir John - 4 (Northwest)..... 112 12 6 n 6 n-6 2%3 2- 2 2;- Page'..\..;v. .> 8 5-2
:JJ-? Ff pDf% h Cook, 4 (Engstrom).V. 112 1 33 12^1 2^2 I^3 4S Taylor,-.....'. -8 10
"<\u25a0> (2)FRT£ZE,4 (Kees &"Co.):; 109 5 9 I^B. % ? 7. h> 5 2%4'2:.- Garner/....'.'. '5 7
if!o TNT N , cttln S« a (H. Froelich).^... 109 3 Z.% 2 2 '2,1^4 2% Pickens'.,..-. 10 '2o
i?IS Harry;EogerE,,4 (Brophy)'.... 104L9 8i; 94 9 2.. 9 3 63> Whlteivvh;. '30 60
i-ll ')^v B ii°P- * '<J- :- MacManus); 110 7' 4 h v.4;% 4 l nv 7 :-n^7,V'.' Arcliibald'... 6 f.
n32 ( (3)DAVE WEBER,- B;(Wmch) 109 8 7 3 7 I^B n• 8 h- 8 2-^ Taplin-.. j ;'. . 6 . 12 "
- i|s2 Ro ral ; Stone, . 4 ( Fountain).:.-. 1(»9 '4 31 5 2^5 h 6n 9 45* Riddle V.....'. 15" '25
<523 Roy T. 4 (Wright &H.):..::. 109 10 10 >1Q : ;1Q . ,10 , 10- - . Glassy-;:; . . . 12^15
lime— :24 4-5. :49 2-5. 1:144-5; 1 ;40. * -.-\u25a0At -post 1 minute. Off ; at 3:27. - Creed, i 7- 5: place- 7-10
show; John. C-5 place, > 3-s^nhow; Cook. 2 show. TW!nner?ch.:«f. by Hammon-My Fair^ Ken-;
tucky. Trained by J. P. -Jones. Scratched— 7Sl8 N Lady \u25a0 McNally/i 7819 c Calla.< Start - good.
on' easily. Second: and 1 third: same.. High* 1 price-^-LotU; Creed : 16-5, -Sir ,« John?- 7-2.T Mr
Bishop 8, Roy T2o.ft/Winner enteredfor;s4oo; , no bid. vl^tta* Creed avoided the early
pace sft'by French Cook, but took the lead at^wlll^inUhe stretch' and 1 galloped - home, Sir
John ontgamed French Cook --In? final sixteenth.' '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084. ..- :'\u25a0-? .- •*• ,-\u25a0\u25a0 - c ! -'' :\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-'-^*:-.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--.-': -.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--.-'
*j"Q^y SIXTH RACE— One mile;, selling; 3 year olds and.upward;, value, to first. s2oo.
Index.! Horse and Owoer.^ \u0084.*.• |Wt|St..J£ . .-. '*,-/,% - - Str. Fin. I ' Jockey. -^ | pp. /oi
-ci!' I <?) OCEAN VIEW. 3 (Beckwth) 104 3 4 2%4 2 , 3- 1 1 \<t Selden . ..-.'. 4" 13:5
!®*> Nasmprito, :4 <p. Zimmer) . . : 109 :1 2 1^43 4-2 I^2 n' 2 ns- Kirschbaum . : 8 10
il2? J=«cntive..4 (Elk • Lake (.table) 109 233- 2% ' lT2>il'l^3:s' Garner V..... "S -7
"<4 CataUne. a (Butterfield )...:;. 109 12-9 %8 %,6'S' 5 u- A 2 : Taylor' ...... "7 ' 12
uj& Bnena,. 6 (Indlanola" stable);. 104 10- 8 H!9^iß I^9 2^9 S^ Plourd' !Mv* ;.- r2Or 20 25
iolo S'ljer * Grain, :3 (McNeil)-.;. 107 ;6V.7 h t 6hlO 310510 6% Pickens ;..:. .8 12
ifil Brighton.^. (Kellyf&;Co.)'.T;-. 109 910 WlO ; %lt: 1011; 15112 0; Fogarty;..T.-. ;i5 30
18IS Davie ; Andrew. 4 , (WomnckV;. in 712 a!^l2> 12 vi 4 Frach^: :.V. .j-: 40 60
Timo— :24 3-5. ,:4»:. 1:14 4-5, v1:411-5. At ;po»t 4" minutes.;,-; Off *at t 3:. r >S.V;-View.' 6-s^ place, V 35
show; -Nasmerito.- 4'place,t2 show; ; )lacentive.i3-2 : show. :g. sby^Kiamct-Helen^G.
. li-ainpd by G. - Summers. ;; Start ; Kood. a Won driving.". -. Second ; same. Third stopping." High
- j price— lncentive ; 10. ,^Winner, entra-p.i; for.; $400;^ --no J bid.: ~ Ocean Vlew.t outrun s-early. 1 - ' saved
' ground turning '• for home \u25a0•\u25a0 and * ontsnuvd v Incentive j »ad i Nasmerito \at -\u25a0= tho < end ".s Nasmerito )
>.\. \ provt-d campr, than ; Inconti ve ; at ! the jfinish. -• ; Incentive ; had " uo ; excuse, fexuept >< lack i of • heart. \u25a0
tatalin<<; best of .the balance."-- "=; Too "far 1 for GalenV Gale. of -I Castile tkot^awar^
1 V : :«lowjy : an(i^raa-a<Teiy^pwr = race.^ " '\u25a0; .-.\u25a0-, _-7 \u25a0.\u25a0^ -;.--. \u25a0\u0084-.-. /.\ -."-"*\u25a0.\u25a0" \u25a0,-.. *"^.
FOUR FAVORITES
FINISH IN FRONT
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Form Players Finally Have • a
Good Day Over at Emery '
Mile Track ,
JOE MURPHY
Favorites* finally had an Inning and
four of' them found ;their .way down to
the .Vlre- in: front yesterday at Emery
ville. . The.; af ternoon'B , sport started
off auspiciously when Great Caesar,
heavily played Into favoritism,, won a
nose decision from' 4 Home Run.' ' The
other choices to win were Molesey,
Lotta Creed and Ocean View.
: With Buckthorn- out- of the: mile and
a quaxter race Molesey, with Glass up,
was Installed favorite." A heavy
plunge was I made 1 on ) Bellevlew, which
opened at. 6 to 1, but was backed down
to 7 to 2. The, play wag misguided, as
Belleview^ was . never at. contender, \u25a0 re
fusing to extend' himself at- any part
of the journey.: Glass rode a ; perfect
race on Molesey and - Henderson ;&
Hogan's 'clever distance -performer won
by two lengths from ' Cabin. Miss Of
ficious was- third. - .'. - _
; The r layers offered 3' to 1 against
Lotta Creed in the . fifth * event at a
mile and,' It -looked ; a /liberal, j price
against Flynn's - entry. ;- The race
proved a \u25a0: romp for.- her,, as ; she came
down in front five -lengths ahead of Sir
John. French Cook, which made the
pace, was third. ' .
The 1 Oakwood stock ; ranch's consist
tent --\u0084 colt r Prestolite won -another
bracket, by/ beating a ; shifty field v:of
youngsters In the \u25a0. second event, .with
odds of 8 to ' It- being " offered 2 against
him. . Pickens \u25a0 ' rode i- the 'winner and
made his move In ; the: stretch;^ , where
Prestolite .- ran * over the • pace makers.
St.-Helier was given,- a poor ride -,by
Thomas, but managed to -get second
place . from the • fast tiring Helen Haw
kins. ,\u25a0-\u25a0'\u25a0•- •\u25a0.- : -. -\u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-,;\u25a0 ' :,
,7 Bambro is a pretty shifty^sort of a
sprinter. He J shouldered 124 v pounds
in < tho ; third event; and? ran the : six fur
longs ln:l:13: flat.- He : , was favorlte^at
11-.-, t o, 10 and ) justified- the r play, as "i he
made \': the ; pace k and -,won C- easl ly .. from,
Media,, which ran jup^ to her
form.- K Dacla. another . Ughtwelght
took third place. - ' r :X
The final event- of- the day brought
oat as cheap "a field -of platers as <• are
stablod at 1 the transbay track. * Ocean
View :; was -the "a medium : of, ; a i plunge,
being- backed from; s to 1 andUSVto 5
He delivered by 'beating: Nasmerito and
Incentive, i- The J latter ilooked ' a winner
in the stretch, -but- closed s like a>jack
knife 50<feet; from: the -wire.
TRACK NOTES
\u25a0 A few New j. Year : gifts were : handed - out yes
terday by the officials |at | Emeryville [to . several
followers ' of ; the -, turf ' who \u25a0 have -. been* under the
ban.' T. H. Ryan, who ; startled the • turf world
during the early part of \u25a0 the : month "*by '- puttinu
over a gigantic killing on Roman .Wing,- has been
allowed a to i return t with :\u25a0 his r horses , to the races
Daddy Glp, ; : which ran a peculiar, race as an odds
on favorite, has been reinstated. - Jockey BuxtoD
who "rode Roman VWlng « when; the \u25a0 killlne ' was
made.'has been reinstated and .will be allowed to
take mounts 'from now on. r-;.=-,\u25a0r -;.=-,\u25a0 . ~:-r':~ ----- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0
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. Jockey.BaneyV'ajrapprentlce.'suftVml a broken
leg yesterday, morning ras i the \u25a0 result ? of : a \u25a0 clash
between := two", horses . t which ".were ;\u25a0. being worked
out. ' Bailey. was : on : a ; morning glory wheli ; a : boy
named 'James •» McDonald, .;. on ,< Fontello.l collided
ith \u25a0\u25a0 him. \ Bailey's • Injuries were . the more J seri
ous, ij The • horees were , a bit shaken up, -as was
McDonaJd.;'-:- :;:/^- - ;f--^:; f--^ : : ";' j \u25a0 ''\u25a0 -.^". \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -\. \u25a0
-* Prudeui : and \u25a0 Juan * have " been placed on the
schooling list. - r . •
•; ; .-Kirschbaum.was fined, by Uhe starter in the
third race, for misbehavior at the 'post.
* C. ; P. : Lamar denies • the* story : circulate? that
be isgoing to leave for 'Juarez. /Ho says ?he is
satisfied game right here. -
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J. Donohue has purchased Sue Larton
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" XT. Gabriel sold Gertie to C. p.' Lamar.' '>•'\u25a0;..
Eire Ihterruptsßaces at
•Jacksonville '
i \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 JACKSONVILLE;?! Fla.; Dec.?; -30.—
Considerablefexcltementlwasicaused^at
Moncrieflparkithlsiafternooniwhen^ihi^
mediately; after;thelflrst'.race,*flre broke
out" In the association's ; feed and impie
I THE CALL'S HAN DICAP FORECAST \
BURNING BUSH— FERENO— ADENA V
FIRST RACE— Six furlongs; selling; all ages:
Index Horse Wt Remarks
i%s HS°. B .'™.::::::r.v.::::::::iS ' SPJSiyr,?
.1|05 ADENA 109 Can do it on beat form.
(.523) Lord. Clinton 105 Won last race in slow tlma.
,lilf "t^ise B 89 Has been rnnnin* b«low her form.
(18IS) Tellow Foot in© Beat a cheap field last out
7763 Roy Shumway ....109 Fair form.
7P23 Harry Stanhope lfio Apparently very cheap sort.
7715. Ben Stone .....: 100 • Form, only fair.
7750 Banlady V. ; 105 Done nothing.
7812 Sue Layton 89 • Form poor.
7817 Ironbound 109 Form poor.
KEEP MOVING— ELGIN— LISARO
SECOND RACE— One mile; S year oldsr selling:
Index Horse . Wt Remarks
7804 KEEP MOVING 106 . Bad luci in last race.
7904 ELGIN , -..'....106 Recent racS have been good.
7817. LISARO ....109 Look, dangerous.
7832 Responsful > .* 101 Played in last race.
7822 Miss Picnic ; ..,.104 May do It.
7747 Young Belle ......101 Fair form..
JB£4 Miami 106 No speed In last raw.
7823 Jim Cafferata :... 97 Not much.
7738 Kalserhoff 108 No form.
7733 Camera, .......: .^ 97 Not much.
SEYMOUR BEUTLER— THISTLE BELLE— NO QUARTER
THIRD RACE— Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds and upward:
'Index Horse Wt - Remarks
7833 SEYMOUR BETJTLER.... 110 Looks beat on last rac*.
JS2J THISTIi : BELLE 113 Looks like the contender.
7821 NO QUARTER 100 All races good.
.805 Binocular 93 May surprise.
\u25a0700 l . Early Tide J ..112 .Has not run its race.
(781. ). Sir. Fretful 104 Ran well in last start. -_
.819 Combory ..._ 99 Very faint hearted.
778K Good Intent .„. 95 No form.- 1
ARASEE— JIM BASEY— RALEIGH P D
FOURTH RACE — Seven furlongs; Briar Sweet handicap; an ages:
• Index ' Horse _ .Wt Remarks • /
7803 ARAST-r: \u25a0_. ._. ...........110 . Distance and weight «ntt exactly, a-.
(7802) RALEIGH P D.... 108 Should b« clos* x&. ~ /
7815 Marchmonet-.. 100 Last race a good one; has a rood «hancj.
7785 Black > Mate 99 Last race not much.
(7814) Raleigh ..101 Good, honwt bars*.
7803 Endymion II ....102 Looks to be up against tt.
ANNE . McGEE^-JOE MOSER— HANNAH LOUISE
FIFTH RACE — Six furlongs; telllna; all ages:
Index: 'T 7 Horse Wt Remarks
7748 AHSE McGEE ...:.109 Should last it oat today.
7821 JOE MOSER ...109 Showed a world of speed trt last start.
7835 HANNAH LOUISE .......100 ' Has a good chanc*.
7535: Emma G .'. \u0084.«....^.~..^...1«9 Oonalstent and a fast ftob^er.
7817 Father Stafford ............. .^..«. 109 Has an outside charce.
7783 Blackeheep ...1 ............._.109 Ran Its best races in soft going.
7817 Native Son .— 109 Has not ran its race.
7820 Pleasant 89 Clever youngster.
7782 Swede Sam 109 Hardly good enough,
.... Daneon 109 First start here.
4407 Little Jane ....109 First start.
5328 Laura Clay ...109 First start.
: / " METROPOLITAN— SETBACK— PHIL MOHR :
SIXTH RACE— Six furlongs; pone; 3 year olds:
Index Horse : Wt Remarks
- 7833 . METROPOLITAN 110 Should beat this kind.'
7787 SETBACK .......~~..~. 105 Good chance.
(7815); PHIL MOHR ......102 Won last start.
.... Fountain Square .....X 95 Ran well east. ,
7635 * Judge Henderson ...................110 Has not done anything.
7541 Alaxie ..." - .97 . Done nothing.
.7819 Mlnnedoda v. ....\u25a0» ..97 Up against it.
6768 Doweresa 9g First start. .
ment stables along the turn out of the
back stretch: The heat -was so intense
and the smoke so dense that it was
necessary to delay the races for one
hour. . .
. Several horses, stabled in the burned
buildings, were led to safety. The fire,
which' for a time threatened the large
horse stables, but was driven in the
opposite direction by- a -strong wind,
was allowed to burn itself out.
; The damage -to." feed' and buildings
will not exceed or, ?4,000.
Today's card was made up of five
selling races and a breeders' purse af
fair and some good sport resulted.-
Summary:
\u25a0 First ;• raca,-, five I and a half furlonjrs — Morn
ing Song. ,7 to 5, won;. Dance Away, 2to 1, sec
ond ; ; Escban. 10 to 1, third. Time, 1 :0J>. -
Second race, six furlongs — Huda's Sister. 12- to
5, ;won; E. T. ; Shipp, 6 to-1, second; 'lnferno
Queen, 20 to-1," third.— Time, 1-5. .
Third race, six furlong*— Detect, 11 to 5, won;
.Ben Lomond, 5 to 1, , second; . Mason, 12 to 1,
third: .Time. 1:14 2-5.
- Fourth race, mile and 70 yards— Flashing. 7 to
2, won; Henry Crosscadain. 8 to I,' second; Made
line L. 6 to 1. third. - Time. 1 :47 3-5.-
Fifth race. | six furlongs — May 'Amelia. -7 to 2.
won;- Starboard. 12 to 5, second; Manhelmer, 5
to I," third. Tlme,n:l4 3-5.
Sixth - race. ' one and , a ' sixteenth miles — Ardri,
13 to 5. won;My GaL 8 to I.* second; Ed Keck.
30-to 1, third. Time, 1:48 4-5. -
JUAREZ RESULTS
— —
JUAREZ, Mex..*Dec SO.— Dubols. in'the first
race.- was the only successful first choice to win
•at Terazas , park < today. Clint > Tucker. «* OT r? n »
sudden improvement, won^ the' seven rurions
race at odds of 13 ', to 1. ; Summary :
- First race— Five " and a half " furlongs :
Odds,- Horse, 1 , Weight and Jockey. • »in. \u25a0
7-2— Dubois. . 105 (Moleswortn • *
'T-I—Mockler, 108 (Ganz)....- ••••\u25a0•••• X
6-I— Fritz Emmet,' ICG (RJce)....-. :---•• ••.• i
Time 1:06 4-5. Deadwood. Canapa. Ed ««h
ers, Scarlet PimperneJ. Complement, fin
ished-as; named.:/ * ' '
- Second /race— Selling, siX T furtongs: " __
Odds. •Horse.> Weight and Jockey. ... Fin.
t 7-I— Doer AUen.' 105^(Rice) •_: ;• -. J
V7-J^-Kyle,- 100. (Forehand) . . . ••\u2666•\u2666»;,»•«» ;,»•«« \u2666 L ;;rr] ?
?&£?X*™ sYan^:^-bla--Mck^NeJ
Carmac'k Fred Maier. Benflower.-Cheswardine.
Sp^ntag ' Lifts ; Fusilier, finished as mamed. --.
\u25a0'- Third race— Selling. ; seven . furlongs : .
6dds.v Horse., Weigrht^and Jockey Fin.
i£.l_Clint- Tucker. 105. (Murphy).... ....1
to JZwork Box. ' 112 (McCu110ugh) ...... ... . . 2
9-2^ExVcute. : 1U \ (T. Smith) -\u0084. .......... . . ; 3
-Time ' 1*25 1-5. Lucky > Mose, X>*\ . Cruzador.
Chepontuc, ? General - Marchmont,- jOtilo, finished
as>named.. ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 f "\u25a0!\u25a0:'. , \u25a0 , -— • - _ - t
fourth*' race— Selling, "\u25a0 six furlongs :
Odds. -Horse. "Weisht and: Jockey.^ ;r" Fin.
11-2— Tube- Rose, 93 ' (Allen) ..-...-, 1
16.1^-Joe -Woods. 1U- (Reid) . . . . : ..TT^ir.TZZ^ 212 1
,2.1^-Cathryn Scott. 100. (Forehand) ..•..; . .» .3
' -.Time, «; 1:13 2-5. :Smiley Metzner.,. He Knows,
MUSEUMiHANJWOMY
<~ .\u25a0' r . (CRIATCR THAN CVCXh
V//r?S! \u25a0'- We*lc»i«« or any contracted <titn M
tUJa . -•. -.;." positively cured br ih« c4d«t
{^ . tpttUEtt ea the Coast. - EiUbli*h«4
fJS^Spji fifty y»»r».
IS D^EASES OF HEM
'/ feMC^ rt CoimulUuob fre« and »tridJy private.
JJ w»T- (j) Treatment p«n«asj)r «r by Utler. A ;
;>^^ "^4 positive cure In e*«y «•*« «*•
,(^!J7 vdcrUkcn. ' .
JSI&S WrU « *<" *»*>l<- PHILOSOPHY
'4 ffifyf Or ' MARRIAGE. imuW /i7«-<»
-ll f Jij , ; »»lu«U« bock loiytifiO . - . -; •
WILLIAM J.
SLATTERY
, Hlf h Calture, : Slak Spring, Plam», flnlibed **
named.
fifth race — Selling. on» mfle:
Odds. Hone,, Weight and Jockey. Tin.
X 4-1X 4-1— Irrigator. 102 (Rlc*> 1
5-2— Buna. 102 (Murphy).. 3
S-2— Alma Boy. 102 (Read) 3
Timti, 1 :4O 4-5. Clamor, Taskmaster, Bed
Hussar, finished as named.
Sixth rac*— Selling, six fariongs: '% , .— li '
Odds.- Horse. v Weight and Jockey. Fin.
3-I— Uncle Ben. IU (T. Smith) —-. I
7-I— Cat, 103 (lUc«)..: '•\u25a0 2
6-.V— Rne, 111 (Molerworth) 3
Time. 1:12 3-3. The Hague, Bert Getty, Pit
apat.- finished as named.
HARVARD-PIUNCETON GAME
NEW, YORK, Dec. 30. — College foot
ball men who have been here while the
Intercollegiate athletic association was
In session have had numerous confer
ences, one result of which. It was m'
today, was the prospects for a foot;]
game between- Harvard and Prlncfy
next fall had been greatly tmpro-«
November 4, at Princeton, Is the 'stl
gested date and place for the game.v
one is finally arranged. There ls-saftu
however, to be little probability #of a
gridiron meeting between Harvard and
Pennsylvania.
CINCINNATI ITINERARY FIXED
CINCINNATI. Dec 30.— The Itinerary
of the spring training trip of the. Cin
cinnati baseball club was completed to
day. After the team finishes its pre
liminary work at Hot Springs, ' Ark., it
will open its ante-season games at
Louisville March 25.
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