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y alg Amphitheatre Has Been
Transformed Into a Scene
That Will Delight the Hearts
of All Sportsmen
J The sportsmen and tile anortswmrien
t are holding high carnival At Madison
I Square Rarden today The ninth an
nual exhibition of the Sportnmens As
p sociation la on In full blurt and yester
day the carpenters and the plumbers
II1the painters and the other wonder
worker finished their labors Now one
can roam at will through the Maine
s woods climb the nockiea or take
f a epln on Lake Huron In an Indian
The show trua officially opened Satur
day but nothing was In shape until to
day Yesterday was spent In fixing up
t the big artificial lake and putting In
tho mountains and patting all the ex
i hiMni of boats and fishing tackle nnd
guns and other things dear 10 the
eporiimans heart In place
The entire amphitheatre has been
transformed Into a mountain camp nnd
overhead one can almost Imagine the
11 biff blue clouds floating about The ef
I fect haabeen prettily arranged by the
Use of hundreds of yards of cheese
i cloth
There will be many things to enter
i tain the sportsmen besides the exhib
it A band of Ojlbway Indians will
Ins the play Hiawatha The largo
chorus has been well trained by Prof
V Burton The scene of the cantata Is
l laid on the shores of lake Huron The
0j S
t iJJesldes the bout between Kid Mc
Coy and Jack MeCormlck In Philadel
phia five other contests will attract
the attention of the admirers of the
port The contestants In all are well
known One bout In particular that
S will be watched Is the tenround battle
s between < Matty Matthews the exwelter
f weight champion and Tom Couhlg of
t Dunkirk N Y which Is to bo decided
h 1a btfore the Allegheny Pa A C These
I i men have fought twice before the last
ono resulting In a victory for Couhlg
OJsvon Fight In Enslnnd I
f M In London there will be on Interna
tional battle fought George DIxon the I
xfcatherwelffht champion who re j
cently fought Harry Ware tho English i
i Ji bantamweight a fifteenround draw j
will meet George Proctor the clever
English fenthcrwelght In a twenty
round bout DIxon has been taking good
care of himself In England and as M
has been training hard It would not
be asurprise If he outpointed Proctor
It ho Is successful Matchmaker Hot
Unson of the National Sporting Club of
j London says be will give him a chance
ta fight Will Curley In a fifteenround
bout during the latter part of next
1k month f
Other Three Fights
If The other throe fights are as follows I
f George flyers the colored middle
1 i weight will meet Charley Haghey of
Boston In a tenround bout at Law I
rence Mass Tommy Felti of South
S Brooklyn will box Chester GoodwIn a
i ten r und bout at Salem Masa HIM
rc Jack Hamilton of Troy who recently
boxed Austin Rice a fifteenround draw
h will meet Fred Dryson a promising
featherweight of tloston In an eight
t round bout before the Essex A C of
Boston All the principals are said to
both good shape for their battles In
f4ia event of Haghey defeating Ben
r lie WIll be matched to meet Phlladel
i i > hla Jack OBrien
OOrleu 1ela flus >
S Philadelphia Jack O rlnhae
IC Urted In to nrrnngH as many matches I
Y aa fie can Ie has so far clinched three
and expectp to cat more on The first
pi bout will be with Al Wlcnlg the Uuffulu
tIghter In a sixround bout before tho
Broadway A C of Philadelphia on
1J Thursday night On March 4 he will
I inset Jim Jeffordn fur ten rounds be
Ilc fore the Allegheny Pa A C and on
S the following night he will box Jack
Duller of Brooklyn ten rounds before
S the Leicester Pa A C
t Vulcntt to Fight
Joe Walcott who has not foutfit In
several months will don tho mitts again
hortly He has been tJgned by his
J manager Willie Pierce of Boston to
irs meet Twin Sullivan of Boston In a
I twelveround bout before the Maverick
4 A Apf Boston during the second
H week In March Walcott has been do
ing light work In Buston for the last
ii tow week
i47i Jeffrie llreoU Up Slinrr
t st JIm Jeffrie will In all probability ar
rive I1thlo city In a few dayi lie
p itM growil dlgguated with the Inter
f er < nee pf the Ohio authorities In rufus
Jog to let him rive boxing exhlblUoni
laob ntiilmmons In that State
Hi haf abandoned his tour with Kits
F Mifrlti announced last nJgbt at Rich
jpivnd Ind that lift would not engage
114 lmor toxins exhibition with
I YtJv1oii and would probably go
pUiiML to New York to arrange a
lOll with Jim Corbett or any uthi
i t thst f willing to meet him
Ott for thItW s
i fr lha lufflWlt 11111 btatywaljbt
7S4LHtI for Victor Cell whir
ia IIcIt lorW Wllllami Ida
i 44e pmir CIa In JI
o4 pw iilgb liaise
huM 11 he IILiiIi II bool
1 Ioek4 051
i t
effect Is really beautiful and the odor of
the pine trees makes everything mOle
A merles of tilting matches has been
arranged under the direction of E T
Keyscr of the Knickerbocker Canoe
Club All canoeist are Invited to take
port In these games which prove exclt
ing Interesting and laughable to the
The fly outers will be given an Inn
Ing to try for prize find many of the
best eastern have boon practising for
some time to take part In the event
Gulden from all parts of the country
will be on hand nnd sportsmen can Ret
all the Information they want about the
hunting In all part of the Union and
can have everything In guns and am
munition explained to them
All sorts of stuffed animals are on
exhibition and thtre Is a big collection
of trophies of many famous hunters
that wll pleaiie every one There are
also many prizes won In big yacht raCe
and In athletic games of all sorts to
be seen There Is no branch of sport
that Is not represented In some way
nnd all records for attendance should be
broken during the next two weeks
r t
i George Dixon Will Be the Principal in Another
1Ui dJiY I Bout in an English Ring
flata Fark and on Octtn mere tn Bin Fran
due Young Corbett ifao mists Sidle Kan
Ion on Friday nlihl In Trlico Iou begun
boxing Kith Mont Atttlt the 105pound brother
of Abe AUell Corbett eilll far rift a trifle more
> ih thin he should weighing about 133 penal
despite the fact tint he hal been doing duets
ant leventren miles a day for the Uit three
dept In addition to working with the bag and
gymnaalum apparatus
Cyclone Kelly the California middle
weight wbo was recently defraleJ by bilk
Sohreck In St Joule has another nuUrh on
hla band lit hai been etrurvl by Match
maker Andy MuIHcan 01 the Tiltttngton Park
A C nf lint Spring Ark to meet Darniy
Fun the Cincinnati fighter la a twenty
round bout before hat club on WedneatUr night
Kelly claim he was In no a4p when he
fought Schreclt ami IntenJi to nuke goal for
that defeat by bIDE Purer In quick time
0 C S
lim Kwtrne the ntweltht flghter of Hoe
ton Hill continue to win flghla In the Wojt
Mil latest victory was ortr Kid Illack of
Milwaukee whom he put to ip In one round
Ifora the Milwaukee A C lunch ass no
match for K tarn a who pun chd him when and
where he pleaaol Jolt before the bell aounAtd
for the end of the round Knarna landM a right
wing on mack Jaw dropping him to the
floor where he lay until be was counted out
Ketrna ii matched to fight Art fllmmi the Akron
llghlwetgfct for six round before the lame
club nest Monday night
I Jack OKeeff the Chicago HrtUwHgJ who
la matched to fight Jimmy Drill the champion
llg1Uw ght of California la a ejityround
haut before the rrlm4 A C of Portland
Ore on Ma reft 9 has begun training for the
bout at a gymnasium In that city In a letter
to a rlend In Chicago OKeefe eayi he intrude
to get Into the but of eihape for the battle s
he reallifi that If he la euctnaful In beating
Hrltt he can make thousand < of duller on the
Ooaat and bildea can get a match with cham
pion Jo Oana
e e S
Kid Larlgne the eillghtwelght cham
plon who li In England will be match In s
few day a to meet Jack Robert the Cngllib
lightweight In a flft nrouo4 bout before the
National 8 port Inn Club of London In three
seek luvlgne was In have been matched to
fight tttn Jwlan on I > rby night In Kngland
but aa they could not agree on the weight the
conies Sac called off and Terry McOottro wai
e t e
The Hoeton A i will hold an amateur box
Inc tournament In He clubhouia on Saturtliy
night Many boier from thli city will take
lire In the tournament The Menu A C
nil entered three of Ita hn lighters and ei
peelS to win In alt thr claaac In which tta
men art iiir4 The CahUra who e lll rep
recent the A > unla A C are II T etill In
the llODoun clau II fugaiy In the HJ
pound elm and H Wilson In the J5 pouaj
Were Eleven and Twelve Years
Old and Brothers Were
Taken to Childrens Society
Two fights In nrlvnte were held on
Saturday night The police raided one
ruin arrested the principals They were
so young that they were sent to the
rhlldrens Society to await examination
which Is net for tomorrow The fight
er were Peter nml James Iantolrmln
twelve und deven years old reipcthe
Iy of Xo 420 Jones street llobnken
The raid nat made ihortly after mll
night Htlurday The boy had jlJlI
nnlaheil lighting when arrested With
thorn was taken Charley Bleger tlm
Ilnboken lightweight and another
laid to be the alleged manager of Union
Hall No U7 Uletcker street where the
fight look place
JJarly yesterday morning at CJutten
burg Ni J a fight between Hob Oliver
of harlem and Jack Carroll of Out
tenburg look place The battle tailed
aJtUlVtr two mlnutei Oliver knock
Ing tat Carroll with a rlghUhind swing
0uthe JAW The men fought Lr a side
etof I1M and ball the rt ceili which
944 tot9 Ab9ut one jjundred
Both Men in Good Shape and Each Confident
of Winning in Their SixRound Bout
in Philadelphia
Kid McCoy the heavyweljrht boxer who Intends to fljftit six times tills
year wHl engage In the first of the contesls at the Washington Sporting Club In
Philadelphia tonlght where he will meet Jack McCormick of the Quaker City
In a sixround bout
It will be the first fight McCoy had engaged In irtnce last May when he was
badly benton by Kid Carter In a sixround bout WcCoy was In no shape then
It wan only luck that saved him from being put to sleep by Carter who floored
him a number nf times tIming the bout The close call was a leon to him
and he decided then to train In the future for battles
McCoy has been working as hard as ho ever did In his life hefore and will
enter the ring tonight In fairly good slmiw lIe realizes that McCtrrmlck Is a
dangerous man ith a good punch He know that by experience A few yearn
nE < > he nun hilled to sleep by the crash of MqCorailcks right nfnilnst his jaw after
ho had been In the ring for atoout two minutes McCoy evened matters a year
later try entliiR McCormlck In seven rounds
The battle tonlgiht ought to be hard fought McCormlck never before felt
Our Own 927
Prestos city 922
Westchester County Wheel
men 913
Delmar city 912
1 < 0 Ko city 906
Cyclones 906
Auld Clootie 882
Hyperlon I 879
Mutual 0000 0000 876
West Ends Newark873
Port Richmond Staten Island869
Actives city 869
Milford Brooklyn 867
Corinthians city 857
Municipals L I City 854
Tae record for high roIling In The
Evinlng Worlds free bowling tourna
ment remains at the mark sot tho first
wtk of the game bu thn schedule for
this week gives promise of some excel
lent scores
While It ti true that tho scores have
not txen high nnd no records have been
broken the eros of bowling en
tliLalasts that nightly packed Amann
rreoJa alleys have had nothing to wish
for In the way of exoltement and close
ThN have ton nightly frames where
only n fn w pins Bepsnvteil contesting
teams and not a few thnts have g < ums
boon in doubt until the very last boll
was rolled
Ice on Verona Lake Is in Ex
cellent Condition for Annual
Championship Events
I Verona Jnke near Montclalr X 3
will he the scene tItle nternooii of the
Annual xp ml kuthm contest for the
hamplonnhlp of America Tna cream Df
UIIII III1e material of mnny Slates has 1 i
been eli I ti ei and each man premises to
ni 1 ko t ii ill old for tnc honom involved
lid IracK will be inc I iiri of a mile
In vlrjumftrenre in iudr I ° oonfonn
with llui Idea nt the Iliiiicllin enttlex
Ilirry IlufniHjir ana of tha old Kut Iii
In amateur apoit will be the referco of
tilt meet nnd this fnut alone Inaurxs de
i lunH of lliu Klruil oharictcr for all
com erne J
Morrii WOOlS the now famous expert
on alee runner U the local favorite for
the trio of rhaipjilutiKhlps Involved
llernlu 11 cIa ri Ii a a former champion
promises In ba hlu it run Cccl opiionent
ably auppiirlrd by dwmy Swan ilc
linald and other Mercury foot men
livuryUiIng Is In iradlneM for tho
competitions which will start At ISO i >
M Train over the Delaware lcka
wanna and Western Ilallroad to Mont
clair at frequent Intervals
Kyenti of S special nature will call
out Vfnt competitive abllltlr ot Jack
McCulloujh of Winnipeg Johnny
Nllntn the KQf ilon T champIon
ltltlr Wnnlrud and other < t rtla ax
Jr i Mlffl
so confident of anything as he Is that he will take McCoys measure He has j
trained Wmtelf Into excellent condition and will be strong at least He weighs
Just 200 pounds He will have Tom Qhaikcy as his chief adviser and according I
to the cxSwJIors view of the fight McCormick will give McCoy the hardest
battle he has had In many a day
McCoy will leave for Philadelphia on the 412 train this afternoon He will
be accompanied by a large crowd o J sporting men Including George Consldine
Dick Bernard George Grant Manny Chappelle Johnny Connldlne Eddie Burke
and many ollhers All will be ready to bet that McCoy stops McCormlck before
the end of the last round
Our Owns Still at the Top of the List While
Braun Continues to Hold First Place
for Individual Scores
There are still no changes In tho
standing of the leaders although further
down In the list many teams have
Tilt Our Owns are etlll hUrh with 927
hut the Prestos are In second place only
five pins away
Ilraun still leads for the Individual
prizes but ho had a narrow escape H
II Hatch pushed his score close
Kramer ofthe Delmars worked Into
third place with 116
This being Washington Birthday
there will be no games tonight Tno
complete schedule for the week will bw
announced In Tho Evening World to
The stand the committee has taken In
the matter of the loaded tall being used
In this tournament will have a ret
ilMl of uelKht in the convention at
I lid In n apohls
Iho coming meeting of the Amerlan
Bowling Congress will either make or
itnmUcn the game as the muchagitated
lou < l < ll > ill question will no doubt be
settled mice for all and it It is made
legal there can be little doubt that the
Ist will step down and out as not one
In u thoiiruiil bowlers fa von Its adop
tion It remains to be seen how strong
n hold the loaded sphere has on the
Wealein haulers for although Ils uio Is
tolerated nn nearly oil Woutern alleys
there is little duoht that a rrMt ninny
fnlrmJmliMl bowlers who are admirers
150000 IS GIVEN
Saratogas Meeting In August
Promises to Be Banner One
from Financial Viewpoint
The rare meeting of the Saratoga
Racing AssociatIon In August promise
to he the banner one of the year Nearly
IJWnoo In stakes will be offered by the
I asioclallon Twentyeight events will
lie decided Turing the four week of the
I meeting allllil li safe to lay that every
prominent horse In training will be
chipped to the track and entered In the
various big races that are scheduled
Twenty stakes will close for nomina <
tions on March 9 The other eight nx
lures are closed an the entrIes went
made In mi und 1903
RicrUlnr Vlioelinen Aim
Tha Kxcxlalor Waaalmaa bata oninlitd t Urn
dud ID promote blcrcllr ana gee s rend All
Itioaa aba wish U Join will kindly aced awU < a
lint 10 Joaaplv Dtroatalii ol No 603 lludaoi
street Kw York Cltr The club baa MlMlad I
rr7 CS11 uolfjrm el Waal Point gray with black
braid trlDKnlDtf T ia clQba ptusavt ia a blue
Sd with whit alan > rae Bcan sr rVIIIUp
hlllru Iida11 Joseph 5dil7 trItfj
WW iaiumu > I IcIttslli Jesseb prMot tp
talai Jpll Htroatal nut Jteest I ill
JIt ei w is4mn v p
of the sport for Its own sake will pro
e5f agajn > ttmi use
The tournament will be the largest
ever held there being over a hundred
more entries than In last years tourney
In Buffalo and moro than double the
number that participated at Chicago I
Klghyflvo flvo men teams one hundred
find fortynine twoman tenms nnd two
hundred and fiftyfour Individual entries I
have been made makTig a total of four
hundred and eUhtyclght I
Tho prize money that will be dis
tributed Is JU18 or nearly 2000 more I
than wan distributed at Buffalo last
year There will be twenty prizes for
liveman teams the highest being 276
and tho lowest UOr for twoman teams
there will bo thirtyfive prizes ranging
In value from 1100 to S and fifty In
dividual prizes ranging from 75 to Jo I
and the prizes will be distributed as soon
as each of the serien IA finished
Indianapolis leads In the list of entries
with Chicago second with seventeen five
man < teams and Loulsvlllo third on the
flat all the rest of the entries bfttag
from the WIt or Middle West except
ing one team from Syracuse two from
Buffalo anti three from Cleveland
Stage seats have been provided for the
accommodation of six hundred npecta
tors An equal number may be seated In I
the baloonles and some of the seats lire
expected to be filled most of the iLiac
yellowing oloatlr upon th formation ot a Chit
league trt Mn X sw Vork nrooklm and nuSale
rams tha inncuncftrtnt of a proposed nlerclljr I
league In which Niv York Drooklrn and 11I111
ZESimmons Once Part Owner
of Morris Park and Sachem
in Tammany Hall Passes
IEXIXGTOX Ky flZacharlah
Ii Simmons aged seventyeight died
here last night He nn the original
owner of George Wilkes and was noted
as a breeder of trolling horses Until
recently he owned WIlkes Lodge stock
arm IlIe hones are at present quiz
tenth at Ashland Newberger and Jack
Dawson being the only ones In training
When he lived In New York he was a
alolN11 In Tammany hall With the
Qlorrlies he owned Morris Park and
with W C Franco deceased ho once
owned the controlling stock In tUi
famous LouUlana Lottery lit married
i1iss Bernstein of New York who
with two brothers W L Blramons ot
Jexlnlllon and Cheater Simmons of
Vltcoru4n survive him It leaves A
large eitatc
tiie lrautk Estal Nays
U C S ha bug beau aw
Mrr 4 Cleat MB ll wirr U rat 14
j mMi
Braun Aywon II uuu23
H B Hatch Prcatosuuuu223
Kraemer Delmarsuuu216
Carter Hyperions 213
Kulepple Ould Clootleu213
Schmitt Mystery 212
Brucker Mutual 211
Myers Royal Arcanumuuoo211
Williams West EndICuu210
Vhlte Constitution207
Oest Our Own 205
Pablan Cables 205
W Delaney DelmarJuuu205
Archer Hudson 203
Brill Peerless 00203
Hellflor Nutty Nutaoooou202
C Boettger Cyclones 00201
Hill Atlantlcs uuu u201
Helfst Our Own 201
Conlln Westchester County
Wheelmen 00 200
Gross Empire City 200
dtlphla will be rrprmtnt In both league I
acti lula Kill ba arranixi for a hampiontlllr
Pbs dye luillnr seams In the wometii tour
namtnt am MM Knail all games 170C > 6i
Ura Watnar lit games 154 13 hIre IKnkro
eight state OE514 m Demparr alt cmaa
134 66 bias Ra < ara all lanei 131 De
Oilier aloirlltiBr lame ToNight
Anelani Order united Workman Luolltak i
man I11 Lodge 6uburt lr Jia and Monitor
Lou at the itarIPmertsPaice alltjra I
Fair Golfers May Hold Cham
pionship of Their Own In Bos
ton During Another Tourney
The awarding of the women golf
championship tournament to Chicago
by the United HUtM Golf AssociatIon
seems more likely than ever to Cause
trouble so far as the Eastern women
are concerned
The Eastern women may refute to
participate In the tournament and hold
a tournament of their own at the Coun
try Club at Brookline Mass during
the week decided on for tha struggle
for the team cup between Boston New
York and Philadelphia and Irnarlnff the
U S O A meeting st Chicago alto
gether Should this occur no one not
even the U B aII would be surprised
In fact golf unong w > man hat mvlu
ncJi profrtti that the time has Arrived
when they are quite capable of taking
are of thtmf elv a
Stionld f > lit Kv rr Wows
Th Vorl4 Almanac tot im Lhsatatns
ay > t Amount 4lX fiats ifWe cIPfrll
p IS pxer lii wgdd a4jiwW
Je Hum hreys Commissioned
to Wager Amount that May
nard Wont Last Five Rounds
If Terry McGovern does not knock out
Billy Maynard before the end of tile
sixth round of their bout In Philadel
phia on Wednesday night there are
many sporting men who will be greatly
disappointed as well ns being out of
pocket after it Is all over Terrys
training quarters at Johnsons road
hoiie on Jerome avenue nnd One Hun
dred and Seventieth street are crowded
every day and those who have seen the
1ltle Brooklyn boy work are confident
that Maynard will be beaten before the
end of the fifth round Joe VCndlg Is
mo of the men who has looked Terry
oWI So confident li he of the boys
success that he has commissioned Joe
Kmphreys to bet 55000 for him at odds
ot 1 to 2 that Terry wins In five rounds
There Is no questioning Terrys condi
tion He Is ns tine as nevcinl weeks of
hard work could lit him Ills Judgo of
distance In hitting In the training bouts
Is exceptionally fine and there Is noth
Ing that he does which seems to tire
him He Is doing everything attendant
on maintaining his good condition and
goes to bed every night at 10 oclock
sharp Ills eye It clear and his skin as
pink as can be which alone shows hU
line shape
Terry and Joe Humphreys were the
guetjta or the Untuilo Bowline Club at
Herrmanns on Seventh avenue and
One Hundred and Fortyseventh street
on Saturday He bowled a frame on tho
Ontarios side against Oennoya Pay
sides in which he scored S3 but helped
his team to win out Joe Humphreys
Played on the other team and their ex
punge of repartee during the game wan
enjoyed by the bowlers After the game
Terry boxed three rounds with Kddle
Smith uno of the Ontario It was nn
ntcreatlng bout but Terry held his
punch back He hail a good Joke on
dmlth After the go ho said
Hy staying three rpunds you did lt
ter than Pedlar Palmer Hy tho way
ou cut my lip That Is the first time
III my life that I was ever bled In any
Ort iif bout
Smith believed It and so did everybody
lse except Wise Tom Kannan who
knew well that Terrys lip was not cut
Joo Humphreys sang tho following song
ot his own composition which goes to
the air of In tho Good Old Summer
o n a TJunkafflvlni Day
A crowd iMlitx gay
Went to good old Hartford ton
IMc < or rn and Corbet they fought the ra that
And earl other they did pound
Terry held CorbMl ohtap
And wan put to iep
lip a wild awIng on the Jaw
nut when they mel again
he a two great little men
Ill tab Terry lor mint
I n the good old aummar time
la the food old lumruar lot
atodimm baa beta trains bard
Boiler me Ha look floe
fio place your cash wirer tin piLes mine
And that i a tory food elan
Tbat Tarry wlii be champion again In tht jtxxj
old aumoier time
What a sight the day 01 the IICUI
Ntrer taw tfca like before
It wont the rlalit that ended Uic Suit
Out the bump upon the floor
Uiourh Terry Ion
And hla title bt tossed
To the little Denver
Dont you forget
That Sam Itarrla will bet
JU all on Ifta Bruoklyntta
Chance Are That Fishier nnd 3Iat
tbe T Will Meet In Harlem
George Fisher Wrestling Instructor of
the Polo A A and Tom Matthew of
tho Mott Haven A C who have been
matched to wrestle for a side bet of
100 and a percentage of the gross re
ceipts will meet soma day this week
and decIde on Iho club where the con
test will lake place Three offers have
been received so far for the match but
the chances are that the Polo A A
will secure It The contest has aroused
considerable Interest among lIar eiq
lies and It Is expected there will be
plenty of money wagered on the remit
Carters Little Liver Pllla
Must Beitr Signature of
Ie lake as
I fill UUtW 1111I I I
James Galway Scores Practice
of Racing Two YearOIds
Too Soon and Says It Should J
Be Discouraged
The evils of early racing of twoyear
olds cannot be condemned too severely
The Evening World has often pointed
out the harm that this practice has
worked on the turf Racing of two
yearolds Is unquestionably overdone in
this country The practice Is In foot
enl uraed by the racing association
for the richest prizes of the season art
offered for the ounglels wIth the rt
suit that they are ruined and are POOl
representatives of the American thor
oughbred as three four and five year
James Galway steward of the Jockey
Club a breeder nnd a man of moet con
servative opinions does not hesitate to
condemn In very strong terms this prac
tice of excessive racing of twoyea
Mr Gala says
More than half the wellbred two
yearolds turned out from year to year
are ruined by premature racing The
are forced to take the Held before they
thsv arc mimclcirtly developed to stand
hard training and they do not get halt
way through one season
Iloncn Not Hardened
The leg troubles splints osselets and
ringbones which worry those that do get
through bocauso of unusual hardnes
are due entirely to the fact that they
are raced when their bones
are eoft 1 1
have always opposed the early racing of
tnyearolds but my voice waa not
sufllclently strong to prevent the ten
dency in that direction live or six yean
ago 1 am glad to see however that
opinion Is changing The association
I Slave a splendid chance now to help
line movement along I Is to be hoped
that they will not miss their oppor
TliL racing associations will find In
the course of a few years that they
have not lost anything by paying up
distance racing to the exclusion of two
cnrold lashes One Annual Champion
race or BrightonCup Is worth half a
dozen Great Trials or Futurities as a
spectacle and when the Annual Cham
pion lid Brighton Cup attract big tlret
clare Molds bigger crowds will gather
to see them
Ntet nu Attractive Hurc
The twoyearold race Is not an at
tractive race because It Is only a test
nf speed It Is over almost as soon D8
It begins and nine times out of ten It
Is won by the horS which happens to
be quickest at the barrier or rather
by the one ridden by the Jockey most
accomplished In due art of beating tha
I am In favnr of adopting In this
country the French plan of not permit
ting a tnoyearold to race until Aug
1 Of oour e It would tie Impossible
under American conditions to effect
such a radical alteration of ouir sshero
Cipt s S nrown expect to iccuro the nhw <
Statement of his Jockey Italicaon act down CM
a ballooVInc ride on Honolulu at Xew Orlian
pbs itenrdj hart lion no Intimation aa to
chat they fill do In llclceaona case apt
Drown who baa lnieatliiate tha matter on his
own account doe not think that Deletion was
to fclama In 1104 Honolulu r c
Id Pickwick once queea of the TV itmi fort t
bjr Imp Mr Tlckwlck dam Ida K yesterday
presented John K Madden her owner with a
handiom chntnut fllly br Imp Ogden In com
memoratlon of Washington Dlrthda The Ally
li a apltndld Individual and will ba given ample
opportunity to prove the worth si her coral
Final declaratIons wire due In the Montfomarr
H ni1lcap t dar In addition to thaw atr a4f
recorded the followIng buries were withdrawal
Henry McDanlal Moranda Machonl Dr Hart
Lataon Brief Sirs Katloni Trivet Ranchman
riortatan Lacrlmat Caviar Samba Tteacr
Par Eicellenca Clonmell Marahal N frel4
Jack Da Mund I
J n iliaci head the Hit of nomInatorS two
the Futurity of 1905 with 1M nomInations of
which 95 are from Ehmndorf and 101 from Dat
rOD W C Whitney li the leader la nuraba
of nomination for she Matron fitakea ot 1K4
with 81
Crt S S Brawn BII made an uniucceaafal
attempt to obtain for his Senorita Stud Farm
near Lexington Ard Patrick winner of last
yare Brwllih Darby It hoe JoeL leaked out
that Cape flown made an offer ot 171000 far I
the Derby winner
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