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FORM REVERSALS
ARE STARTLING
LA GLORIA DOES NO BETTER
THAN THIRD
Woodthorpe, After Running Thirty.
two Lengths to the Rear, at
Last Outwins In an Exer.
else Gallop
lorln, ■ llPßfd to bo the property
of Bookmaker J. P. Atkins, undei whose
colors she meed yesterday, gave the
talent a severe shock by runnliiK a nice
third In thp second nice nt the sweet
oddn of 2 to 5, which resulted after pub
lic money had backed the entry tnun
a good an evens. La Gloria did not
exhibit sufficient speed to catch a cow
on a country road.
Another startling and altogether won
derful reversal of form occurred when
Woodthorpe took the last race at the
select price of 8 to 1. In his last out
a a public favorite, "Woodthorpe did
not get up a respectable gallop, and
finished thirty-two leng<hs behind Lu
cerne, which ran the mile In 1:43.
Yesterday afternoon, however, Wood
thorpe came out steaming and might
have been coated with whitewash so
gleaming was his coat. Taking a good
lead, "Woodthorpe made the remainder
of the field look like a snail family out
for a walk.
Such racing will be tolerated Just so
much longer.
— main topic of conversation about
the track yesterday centered around the
placing of Clgarlighter In the sixth
event Thursday, wh«n the latter looked
to be a winner from Merllngo.
Sals was backed to favoritism for the
first race, closing at 14 to 5, while Judge
Denton, aa second choice, was backed
from 6s to 3 to 1. Betsy closed at 4s.
■while Sir Caruthers held his own at ss.
Judge Denton was first to show, but his
feet bothered him. and the Judge re
fused to do anything after the fourth.
Betsy and Caruthers then took com
mand, with Sais on the rail. Harris, on
the latter, tried to get through, but was
obliged to go over the field, then coming
on to win hand-ridden from Betsy, who
was doing her best to get place. Sais
with better racing luck might have won.
80 far as the betting was concerned
the alleged owner of Atkins' horse, La
Gloria, proved the -whole ring show,
being backed from less than even
money to 2 to 1. Revolt, the second
choice, sold for ss. La Gloria's form
warranted prohibitive odds. Off to a
good start. La Gloria led the field for
a fourth, where Succeed took command
and never relinquished the lead. Re
volt had small difficulty In apparently
outgaming La Gloria for the place.
Prolific was liked for the third event,
going to the post at 6 to 6, after 8 to 5
might have been had. FraßCuelo re
ceded to 2 to 1, while Nappa was backed
from 6s to 3s. The other went friend
less to the post.
Dr. Crook and Frascuelo set the pace
until the stretch, where Prolific as
sumed leadership and won on the bit.
Frascuelo was easily second. Dr. Crook
had no difficulty in beating Nappa for
the place.
For the fourth, W. H. Carey was
backed as though everything had ended
but the noise. Donohue money came
Into evidence at post time and sent
Wayland's horse to the post, a 7 to 5
favorite. A. Muskoday, backed from
5s to 3s, because of mud running- abil
ities, started to make a runaway race,
leading- the field at one time by five
lengths. Harris made his move on
Donohue at the half and won handily.
W. H. Carey could not untr»ck himself
and wants faster going.
Ten bad selling platers faced Holt
man for the fifth, with Robert Mitchell
chalked as favorite, Remember second
choice and El Paisano could be had at
4s. At the start, Song of the Sea un
seated Jockey F. Hlldebrand, who
luckily escaped without injury. Happy
Rice went to the front, with Seed Cake
second and El Paisano third. At the
turn for home El Paisano came on fast,
but was obliged to go around the field,
winning easily from Mitchell, who beat
Happy Rice for show money.
Freeßlas was made favorite for the
sixth event, with Viona second choice.
Woodthorpe went back in the betting
from 4s to Bs. In his last race Wood
thorpe performed miserably, finishing
thirty-two lengths to the rear of the
winner. Yesterday was another day,
however, and the price appeared more
tempting. Woodthorpe went to the
front and simply galloped. Viona was
second all the way and ran the race.
Adonis nipped out Marpessa for show
at the wire.
Ascot Jockles and Newsies baseball
teams will play a game January 2 for
a wager of $100.
Associate Judge Pomeroy, with
jockles at the track, will attend ser
vices which are to be held Sunday
over the remains of Jockey Lewis, who
was killed Monday.
ORDINARY CARD PROVIDED
FOR THIS AFTERNOON
BY IRVING B. CLEMENT
Only an ordinary rard 1b provided for
today at Ascot. The horsemen will
keep their good ones In the barn In
preference to running them over a
heavy track. Six well filled events will
be run and close finishes will probably
be the result. No stakes or hiindlrfips
are on the card, but the fourth race
between CinKarllKhtcr niul Line of Life
is sufficient of a drawing rani.
As they are weighted CigarliKhter Is
my choice, as ho will like tho goliiß
and should retrieve himself for his hard
luck Thursday. Line of Life Is a chronic
bleedr, but at that she runs her race
every time and does nol bleed in the
early aftern i. If anything brats Cl
garllghter thin is the one iih.ki likely
to do It. Lilic l( also bleeda In her morn-
Ing trials and at times In her races,
but she is so much the best of the oth
ors that she should gel the third
money.
Lady Kitty has Louise Fltzsibbon to
beat in the first race. The latter is fit
and ready, but is a slow beginner. Star
of Runnymede will run a good race
and will be a dangerous factor. Joan
of Arc Is very speedy and has a good
chance to win. The following horse
numbers may go up after the finish:
Lady Kitty, Louise Fltzglbbon, Star ot
Bunnyn
■ Confessor looks to have ihe best
chance to get away with the second
race. The weight will not bother him
and only an ordinary field is opposed
to him. I'M Bernado showed a good
turn of speed In hi Isst race and run
as though short. Thai race wll put
him on edge for this afternoon and he
should beat out Jack Kercheville for
place, .
The latter runs an Improved race
each time he starts and may turn the
trick today. . Foncasta has a chance to
be in the money, Mlntla wants a hard
track and will not extend himself over
a slow course.
ill, on hit. Ia
uihope,
should romp home in the third race, us
HERALD ASCOT FORM CHART
ASCOT PARK, ?>»<•. a*—T\VTsirrT-«I3tTH BAT. Weather rl»«T| «rnefc
■loppy. A. W. Hamilton, presiding Jii<«km J. Holtmrin, atiim*.
■"■ FIRST RACBJ-« furlongs; 8-year-olds and tip: selling.
ill;i ll; Horse, Age. Wt. Jockay.|St. % ft % St. Fin. |Op. Cl.
(142)( 142) Plr Caruthprs 3 (104) . McDanlel 1 fi 8 Jh " 2l 12 4 6>*
151 15 Betsy 8 (104) Kp.. , 2 In 2 1 .... 4H 2 3 6 *V*
<6«) B«ts 6 (l(fr) Harri* 8 3h 3h .... 5« 38 4 13-S
( 114) Taylor Ueorge 4 (104) D. Rlley 4 Bh 6 8 .... 6 1 41H 6 7
1.111 .11 Stoessel 3 (104) Preston 6 4 2 I \ .... m BV4 18 BO
.. 8usl« Christian 5 (104) Grnu I 71 7h .... 75 62 .8 20
I ''"•'"1 ''"•'" Denton 6 (107) Hooker 1 2% 4 1 .... .1 h 7 7 2 2 1 *
1 43 Hlrtls a (104) Hlldebrancl 9 S.I 8 5 .... 11 86 30 100
111 11 Knmomho 5 (104) Kuril 7 0 9 .... 9 9 L 3" 20
T ime—2s,— 25, mi, 1:164. At post 2 minutes. Off 1:84, Value to winner $326.\vin
nor b. g. St. Qeorge-iteMle. Owner Mrs. J. M. Cooper. Start good, Won easily.
Hornmi same. Scratched Lucrece, Mohur, Rodolfo Caruthers Bto 6 place, 4to 5
show. Betsy 7 to I placa, Bto I show. Sals 1 to B iihow. Carutheri quickly dl«-
p osed of Sloegnel's chance* final eighth, Winning M rldor pleased. Betsy under keen
urging finished sturdily. Sa.l« fnltered for moment quarter out, but rallied under
whip final sixteenth, finishing fast,
ten
*•**' SECOND RACE-« furlongs; fillies and mares; 2-year-olds and up; selling.
!"..•_ Horac, Age. Wt. Jockey, ISt. % % % St. Kin. up el.
( 143) Succeed 3 ""(107) d itii.-y 2 2"2h~2 .... nr~n 10 32
( 115) Kavolt a (111) Keonn 6 IS 6 .... 5 2h 4 5
10 La (llorl.i 3 (107) C Koerner i in 12 .... 12 3h 4-6 1-2
1 £! Azora 3 (104) McDanlel 3 43 4 3 .... 4 3 46 8 6
1331 33 Kllnnlirlh F. .1 (101) Rogg 1 3 2\j 34 .... ali 5 in 20
v Tlme-24'4, 49. 1:18, At post 3 minutes. Off 2:23. Value to winner (335. Winner
hr. f. Harnnby or Glenenddle-Plot. Owner J. M. Stokes. Start good. Won easily.
Second driving. Corrected weight Revolt 11] lbs. Scratched Commlda. Succeed
II I to 5 place, 3 to B show. Revolt 7 to 10 place, out show. Gloria out show. Sue
ceed luckily escaping the Interference final sixteenth on outside of others finished
; fust. Re y, olt under urging got up In time to nip out Gloria. Latter swerved toward
lnside rail weakening palpably nt finish. Asora knnrked off stride.
'1M
1531 53 THIRD RACE-6^4 furlongs; 2-year-olds; selling,
in. Horse. Arc. Weight. Jockey., St. 1, 14, % St. FliiT " ~~To'p7cT.
( 121) Prolific (103) Kberner "3 22%3 4 ■ .... 2h Hi 7-s~fi-3
1211 21 •Franpuelo (95) Hnrty 4 3 1 2h .... 3 1 23H 2 12-5
USU S •!.,. Crook (95) Archibald 5 11 \iy, .... 11 87 5 8
1281 28 Nappa (103) McDaniwl 6 |v 1:1 .... 46 44 5 3
.. Runsum (103) Gross 1 4% 5 5 .... 6 6 510 30 IM
fil »Algro (10?) Onrgan 2 6 6 .... 6 1; 20 100
Time— 24%. 4PH. l:10H. At post 2 minutes. Off 2:60. Value to winner }325. Win
ner eh. g. Lack ford- Fertile. Owner J. P. Atkln. Start good. Won handily. Sec
ond easily. Overweight Alrro 4 lbs. Prolific 1 to 2 place, out show Frascuelo 4
to 5 place, out show. Crook Ito 5 show. Prolific moved up fast last eighth nnrl
under gentle hand ride held Fraacuelo safe all flnn-1 sixteenth. Latter stood last
eighth drive gamely, but to no purpose. Crook showed keen speed four furlongs
then tired fast. Strictly three horse race. *
1541 54 FOURTH RACE-1 mile and 50 yards; 3-year-olds and up.
ln.I In. Horse. Age. Wt. Jockey. ISt. V it 1: St. Kin. |Op. Cl.
( 130) J. F. Donohue 3 (113) Harris 3 4 3 4 312 2 5 I•> T6T~7~5
ld A. Muskoday 4 (107) D. Rllcy 2 14 IB 1712 •> 7 5 3
1 25 W. H. Carey 3(1 OS) Fischer 1 23 25 2h 310 38 3 9-5
.. Dusty Miller 5 (107) Gross 4 31H 4 4 4-4 5 6
T ime-24^. 49, 1:16%, 1:42%, 1:46%. At post % minute. Off 3:15%. Value to win
ner $325. Winner h. c. Onondaga-Peavlne. Owner E. Wayland. Start good. Won
easily. Second same. Donohue 1 to 2 place, out show. Muskoday 4 to 5 place out
show. Carey out snow. Donohue decisively outrun first half moved up like flafli,
passing far turn, overhauled Muskoday soon after turning for home, coming
away with little trouble final hundred yards, was at home In the sloppy going
Muskoday tried to make a runaway race of it but tired rapidly when challenged
by winner: race should Improve him. Carey gradually fell away after first six
furlongs: evidently doesn't like mud. <
1551 55 FIFTH RACE— 6 furlongs; all ages; selling.
ln.I In. Horse. Age. Wt. Jockey. ISt. 14 H_jjj_St. Fill |Op. Cl.
77 7 El Paisano 4 (109) Kent II 2h 33 TT7~« "2 IS 2%~3U
1431 43 Robert Mitchell 4 (109)...... Koernerl 6 4 5 lh .... 2 IV. 2 4 Vi
1201 20 Happy Rice 2 (97) ...McDanlel 2 lh 2% .... lh 3% 6 10
6 7 Seed Cake 3 (104) „Harty3 7* 6 1 .... 6 6 44 15 12
1 43 "Desmages 3 (99) Nichols! 7 5 3 5 5 .... 4% 6 3 6 12
1 25 Remember 2 (97) ID. Rlley I 8 8% 83 .... 7 1 6 1 •> 16-5
1 46 Pinto 3 (104) Ross 5 3& 41% .... 6 3 7 1 10 15
3 0 Henry Me 2 (100) Harris I 9 9 9 .... 8 3 88 10 SO
1371 37 Vlndlcta 4 (10!» Fischer I 4 62 7 3 .... 9 9 20 30
1 38 Song of the Sea 2 (97)..HIldebrand 10 Unseated rider. ' 20 100
v . Tlme-25. fOVL 1:1 S. At post -A minutes. Off 3:40. Value to winner $325. Winner
e h. g. King William 11-Guess Me. Owner J. B. McGrane. Start good. Won easily
Second same. Paisano even place, Ito 2 show. Mitchell 1 to 2 place, out show
Rice Bto 5 show. Paisano after short brush drew away from Mitchell winning
with plenty to spare; latter showed sudden improvement, forced sharp pace first
half, stood last eighth drive gamely and was best of others. Rice tired fast at end
r.nkr. made up ground fast last Quarter finishing with great rush. ,
1501 50 SIXTH RACE— I mile; 3-year-olds and up; selling.
lnI In Horse. Age. Wt. Jockey. [St. V t % a; St. Fin. |bp. Cl.
10 Woodthorpe 4 (107) Preston I 5 Tl 13% 12% 11% 1 2 4 8
1331 33 Viona 6 (104) Keogh 4 3h 31 2h 2 3 23% 2% 11-5
1051 05 Adonis 3 (104) Koerner 3 6 6 6%6%3h 3id
121 12 Marpessa 3 (99) D. Rlley 2 22%21% 41% 3 % 4 7 10 7
1 29 . Freeslas 5 (104) McDanlel 1 4 % 5 2 66512 3 1.
IS Mo.iketo a (104) Carroll 6 S3 4 h 31 41 6 15 25
T ime—2 s%. 50%, 1:18. 1:45. At post 3 minutes. Off 4:16. Value to winner J325
Winner eh. h. Meadowthorpo-Woodbena. Owner R. H. Harris. Start good. Won
easily. Second same. Scratched Mountebank. Woodthorpe 2% to 1 place even
show. Vlona 4 to 5 place, out show. Adonis out show. Woodthorpe showed speed
throughout, easily stalling off Vlona's challenge final sixteenth. Viona in long
stretch drive finished gamely. Adonis In sharp last eighth drive got up in time
to nip out Marpessa. 'Apprentice allowance.
he has only Renraw to beat. The lat
ter Is speedy, but has never gone the
route. Illusion looks next best and has
only Edwin T. Fryer to beat for the
short end of the purse. The latter has
a lot of weight up.
If Escalante Is anywhere near to the
form he displayed here last year he
should beat this kind like breaking
sticks. Sly Ben should again beat out
La Chata. Toots Mook makes her de
but today and 1b very speedy. May
upset calculation by winning, as she
shows good work in her morning trials.
Young Davis and Prince Magnet will
set such a fast clip in the sixth race
they should come in one, two. Young
Davis Is very game, while Prince Mag
net Is chicken-hearted and liable to
quit. Gentle Harry should hold the
balance safe.
HOLTMAN TO GO NORTH
It is expected that Starter Jake Holt
man, who has been officiating at Ascot,
will leave Sunday for San Francisco,
where he will preside over the Emery
ville barrier for several weeks. Dick
Dwyer, the northern starter, will come
south and act for Holtman. Northern
racing devotees have been well satis
fied with Dwycr's work during the
present season.
ASCOT ENTRIES
FIRST RACE— Maiden Miles; D fur
'll3 K Maui"of Mill. los| 120 Joan of Arc.lOS
13] Vir l..ii-rai!!i'.l'i- Un i-:.ii!y Flower. lo6
189 Elsie A i" ; ' 181 Lady Kitty. ...106
M L Flt«gibbon.lo6 121 Br Runymede.lo3
120 X MoCarthy.los Ul Skylight 108
. Binaloa ll 10b| .. Miss Hlrayar..lOo
. <;i,i Belle 105
BKCOND RA< E— « furlongs; purae,
ir Sheriff Boll.. .10! 1 18 J Ken hi \-iii- .HH ,
71 Confessor ■ i"i
menthal ■ '"' Si Pi omlnence ...104 i
16 El Bernado...l(M 118 Buavlta im
67 Rodolf o nn U Mlntla lOJ
122 Ambltioui .. ..i'i 114 Foncasta *99
121 I. < Hadal ...l.i)
iniKi) RACE— 6 furlonga; 8-year-oias;
purae.
r Fryer.. ll3! n» Illusion *iOi
raw tin! uu Winsome Wy"10B
re Nelson !!■ 181 Cadet 108
L3B Banlada l'J3
149 Nadsu lOal
FOURTH HACK— I mile; S-year-Oldl
and up; putm.
i 1 10) Lord Provost. .95
(182)Llne of l.lfi.liC.iljr.iS.-illna jr.
US UUi ll M 111 I.ivius t>7
i' 1 ! i"iv hace— s (urlonj
Pyro ....115 110 AtokH 11J
ten H0y. .115 130 Sly Ben I" 1
ni Graden lir. .. Pr. Marl.
;ilante US .. Tun Bill un
.Von Tr0mp...115l . Tooti Monk ... 107
S7 Taxer 11! 107
1 ln7
BIXTI I BAI !■: 1 mile; pi
(147)Avontellui .. i ( - 102
:v: Pr. Magnet .106 n«)Q«n tie h
ink ..103
148 Van Hope ID! ;::i Col. Jewe11... .10!
ABCOT SELECTIONS BY
THE CHICAQO EXPERTB
Special to The Herald.
CHICAGO, Dee. ML — Kolloviluit are
the Dully llui'liik Form* Att'vl aelec«
(loua for tomorrow)
I —l.uuUt- Fltiglbbons, 1.a.1y Hilly,
Gold Heather.
— ( ouleaior, I'unriKlii, Kodolfu. i
'.I Ilruruw, Judge Nelson, lodnlu T.
Fryer.
4 —Mac4 — Mac or I. Mr, Lord Provost, Nallua.
!i— %'ou Trump, Toot* Monk, ICat-ulautr.
— Vvuug lla*U, l-rlu.e >lui(url, ■•
Hone. .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNTNG, DECEMBER 2Q, lOOfi.
DELANEY SIGNS
FOR JEFFRIES
ACCEPTS RHYOLITE $30,000
OFFER
Jeffries Says He Knows Nothing
About the Compact, Having
Received No Word from
Delaney
Special to The Herald.
SAN FRANCISCO, Tec. 28.— Acting
for Jeffries. Billy Delaney today signed
articles tor a finish tight between Jef
fries and Bill Squires of Australia, to
take place In Rhyolite, Nev., some time
in April. B. F. Taylor signed for the
Rhyolite dub. According to the terms
uf the agreement the men are to box
with five-ounce gloves under Marquis
of Queensberry rules, Squires is to in
allowed transportation for hlnweU und
trainer from Australia.
The purs.- is to be {30,000, of which 60
l»i- cent goes to thl winner and 40 per
'iiit to the loaer. Delaney said he was
acting under authorization granted him
by Jeffries some timi ago and that
there was no doubl that the champion
would staiui by the compact. Taylor
and Delaney came from Loh Angeles
together and sunn after settling to busi
neua the contract was complete.
The club baa on dcpoalt jut, duo to
prove good faith. An order waa cabled
H.|uin' tor transportation for himself
and trainer at the same time that be
was notified thai the match had been
in. ul ■. Delaney said after the signing
of the contract: "J«tt will be satisfied,
as lie p|ai '' himself in my hands, Kiv
luii power to act. The match
la an International one and should draw
well."
JEFFRIES HAS NOT
HEARD FROM DELANEY
According to the dispatches received
from San Francisco last night, Billy
Delaney has signed Jim Jeffries for a
finish battle with Squires, the Aus
tralian champion. Jeffries, when ques
tioned, furnished nothing of a reliable
nature, asserting that be did not know
of the match. Tin question was put
to him:
"If Delaney signed for you does it go?"
"Wall, 1 don't know yot," said Jef
fries.
Bvldently JUn <li.f.n pot know where
ills, in- Is unwiiUng to make a
■tatement. n«.- hat
times Hpuki'ii of }&O,UOU, Btullliy
to reut-lve that amount as a pUTM offer
Hhiiuhl he meet anyone in the ring. He
has not, however. Intimated that he
would imt k" OH for Ichs than thut
Fifty thousund dollars fur a prise]
ring. battle would appear as an exorbi- I
tant price ami one out of keeping with I
th« merits of such an attraction. It Is
possible that some club might bid
higher, though they would hardly be
warranted In doing no. .Tack O'Brien
and Tommy Burns may thank their
stars that they nre to receive a like
amount, as the battle, however spec
tacular, comes ft bit too high.
With Jeffries so reticent in regard*
making a definite statement relative t»
the situation II does not seem at nil
lmprobableI Improbable that I' l-iney may Me full
power of attorney. He tins said that
he wished Squires to come over before
matching him, but Jeff probably real
izes now that 180,000 will nut he forth
coming from any quarter.
Phmilrt ft develop today that he will
by tielnney. the ti-lcgrnm nf :\r
ice received by the Rhyolite peo
ember 2s 1 mft he rtcoi
bona rule.
Mnnngfr Mcfare., said lust night that
Rhyolite or any other place might have
the mntch f.o far afl he wns concerned.
TONY FAUST WINS
THE FALLEN LEAF
THE FAVORITE, F. W. BARR,
GETS IN LAST
Good Thing Turned Loose in Meada,
a 40 to 1 Shot, in the Fifth
' Race at Emery.
villa
By Associated Tress.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 28.— Tony
Fiiust easily took the Fallen Li.if
handicap at Emeryville today. F. W.
Burr, the favorite, was piloted into tho
heaviest going and finished last.
A good thing wns unloaded In Meada
In the fifth. She was 40 to 1 and after
the start never lost the head of tho
line.
First race, six furlonga — Escamada,
104 (Mcßride), 5 to 1, won; Hersuin,
108 (Sandy), 12 to 1, second; Mario H.,
104 (W. Miller), 3 to 1, third; timo
1:16 1-5. Miss May Bowdish, Sea Lad,
Bedford, San Remo, Burnolette, Daniel
C, Avonella also ran.
Second race, seven furlongs—Bush
thorpe, 101 (Knapp), 7 to 1, won; John
ny Lyons. 102 (Roller), 30 to 1, second;
Cheers, 104 (W. Miller), 3 to 5, third;
time 1:31 3-5. La Hose, Alaric, Fairy
Street, Mohawk iilso ran.
Third race, Futurity course—Banpos
al, 105 (L. Williams), 5 to 2, won; Lord
Nelson, 109 (W. Miller), 9 to 10, second;
Santa Ray, 105 (Brown), 20 to 1, third;
time 1:12 1-6. Silver Sue, Queen Anne,
Plnaud, Kumis also ran.
Fourth race, futurity course, Fallen
Leaf handicap— Tony Faust, 103 (W.
Miller), 16 to 5, won; Collector Jessup,
103 (Homer), 13 to 5, second; Lisaro,
105 (L. Williams), 7 to 2, third; time
1:11. F. W. Barr also ran.
Fifth race, mile— Meada, 107 (Gra
ham), 40 to 1, won; El Chihuahua, 107
(W. Miller), even, second; Yellowstone,
10 (Mcßride), 5 to 2, third; time 1:46.
Pachuca, Royal /Red, Canejo, Cheripe,
Chablis, Nabonassar also ran.
Sixth race, mile— Anvil, 104 (A.
Wright), 2 to 1, won; Hooligan. 103
(Homer), 10 to 1, second; Ray, 107
(Walsh), 6 to 1, third; time 1:45. In
flammable, Captain Burnett, Chlgll,
Rolla, Love's Labor also ran.
EMERYVILLE ENTRIES
OAKLAND, Dec. 28.— Following- are the
entries for races at Emeryville for today:
FIRST RACE— Futurity course; sell-
Ing; 2-year-olds.
211 Silver Line... .107! 181 Ella True »102
204 Mrs Mathews.lo7 2i9 Geo. Kllborn..lo7
2«0 M Hoiander..lo7! 268 Coco 107
29 Lugano 107 2U4 Tonic 110
271 Alaric 107 246 L. Laughter.. .lo7
SECOND *RACE— 6H furlongs; purse; 3
year-olds and up.
251 Cloudlight ...10!l| ... Qulndara 100
261 Sir Russell. ..lo4! ITS Isolation 104
245 Phalanx 112 205 Black 5am....i04
256 Mystic Pride.lO9|
THIRD RACE— U furlongs; selling; 3
year-olds and up.
254 The Mighty... m| 272 Beechwood ...105
254 Laura P. M..109 265 Yo San 109
(£s9>Bell Reed....«lot;(9sG9)Early Hours. los
268 Watchful ....10S| L'f.O Melar 109
249 Prestige 1U71P317 Rivaral 105
270 Joe Goss 10i)| .. Tlmlock lU9
FOURTH RACE— I 1-16 miles; the Man
nle Gray handicap; all ages; $1000.
171 Logistilla ....l!Rit233)Gateway 104
L.".t Northwest '■"'>- 246 Soufrere lu3
<M3)Sh Edward. ..ll3l 269 Fulletta !w
FIFTH RACE-1V 4 miles; selling; 4
year-oldn and up.
238 Briers 1081 263 Invader 106
263 [sabellita •981247 Leila Hill 100
32 Iras lUO| 274 Barker 100
248 Elie »i| 262 Jerusha »100
SIXTH RACE-U furlongs; purse; g
year olds.
(25710. Shore 111| L'o3 Woolma 114
(llß)Cankiue 105|(250)Grace G 11l
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JIM JEFFRIES' DIARY
Comes forth from retirement amid great
acclaim.
Offers to meet Burns for $50,000.
Burns gains great advertisement there
by.
Tex Rickurd raid to have offered purse
'"> for Jeff and Johnson.
Jeff matched with Johnson,
ti nil 1 match.
Rlckard denies that he offered purse.
.I. tT matched to meet Jack O'Brien and
Ti'inray Burna in same ring same nigh*.
Match denied.
Jeff sues on hunting trip.
Jeff returns from hunting trip and needs
a ihftve.
Jeff offers Id meet Squire? for $50,000.
Bklnner. Rhyolite, says Squirei match
on for 180 000
lie 1 it,
again.
Jeff matohed with Squires for $30,000 by
ivs be knows pothlng about it.
j. it iayi maybe II la all right and may
bi It is all X
NEW ORLEANS RESULTS
B
g
By Associated Preas.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 28. — Fair
grounds results:
First i". (■'-■, (even luilnnga— Juds<'
Burrougbj won, Bolder Wed second,
Sea Water third. Time, 1:28 4-5.
Second raoe, Bye furlongs— Kohlnoor
won. Luazaroon second, John Peters
third. Time, 1:01 1-5.
Third race, Bye and a half furlongs—
Pity won, Toboggan aeoond, Refined
third Time, 1:06 j-B,
Fourth rnce. one mile — Kitty Platt
won, Omnr Khayyam second, Delphi
third. Time, 1:411-5.
Fifth race, live furlongs— Sir Minee
11.mi won, Filly Vertres second, Belle
of the Hiiy third. Time, 1:011-5.
Sixth race, one mile and I sixteenth
-Lucky Charm won. Dr. McCleur see
• .lid. Lena J third. Time, 1:464-5.
SKATER MAKES FAST
MILE AT LONG BEACH
uiNU BJBACH, I' 1 U. The i
roller race ever run on a local rink was
won last night at the Majestic rink by
Douglas Rodger of this city, who de
feated Eugene Blhm of Los Angeles,
making a mile in 8:08. *
The b< ; i mlli made wai by
young Arthur Waldsteln in 8:12. Rodger
and I Minn will meet hi another race to
morrow night. i
HAVE SHORT TIME
TO ENTER NAMES
ONE MONTH LEFT FOR BAL
LOON RACE ENTRIES
Competition for Bennett Trophy Will
Probably Be Held in October.
Have Not Decided the
Btsrtlng Place
Ilv Associated Tress.
NEW YORK, Dec. 2R.— Hut one
month remains In which entries may
bp made for the next International
balloon race (Of the Hennett <-up. Hie
trophy won In Europe by Lieutenant
Lfihm, United States army, of the Aero
club of America. The club Is consld
lng where, the starting of tho race
should be.
Two factors enter Into this considera
tion—quality and quantity of gas and
distance from lnrge bodies of water.
Denver has been suggested to the club,
but It Will probably fix on St. LOUift
The Missouri metropolis is the best sit
uated as regards distance from tide
water and If gas of a propor gravity
can be had and it is in sufficient quan
tity It may be made the starting place
for the race for the Bennett cup nml
nlso for the Lnhm cup. St. Louis Is
700 miles from the gulf of Mexico, 900
from the Atlantic ocean and 2300 from
tho Pacific.
The competition for the Bennett
trophy Will probably be held In Octo
ber when there Is the greatest likeli
hood of strong steady winds from the
west. By February 1 the list of entries
will be complete.
The Aero club officials believe the
number of starters will exceed that in
the race at Paris last summer.
CHANGE SELECTS
STAR BALL TEAM
CHASE'S CALIFORNIANS HAVE
HARD TASK
■■Muggsy" McGraw May Be Seen at
Third for Chance — Danny Shay
and Overall Expected to
Participate
A second game of the series between
teams captained by Hal Chase and
Frank Chance will be played at Chutes
park Sunday afternoon and in addition
to the aggregation of stars which par
ticipated last Sunday several new faces
may be seen.
Although nothing definite has been
determined a possibility exists that
"Muggsy" McGraw, the famous New
York National league captain and man
ager, may be on Chance's line-up.
Orvle Overall is announced as pitcher
for Frank, while Danny Shay or Devlin
may be seen at short.
Chase, although his team is composed
practically of Pacific Coast league men,
Is confident that he can again down
the easterners.
The line-up announced is as follows:
CHANCE. CHASE.
Overall or Mason... p ..Garvin or Vickors
Dononue c Eager
Chance 1 b Chase
Mohler 2 b Wheeler
Devlin-Shay s s...Brashear-Raymer
McGraw-Sheehan . ..3 b Smith
Cra vat h 1 f Carlisle
Shannon c f Bernard
Beckley r f Householder
SAYS HE WOBKS
FAITHFULLY
DENIES REPORTS HE IS NOT
TRAINING HARD
Gans Declares That Cold Weather
Makes It Hard for Him to Reach
the Required Ring.
side Weight
By Associated Press.
TONOPAH, Nev., Dec. 28.— Despite
a heavy fall of snow throughout the
night Gnns and Herman took their
daily morning run of ten miles over the
country roads. The highways were knee
deep in mud and snow, hut the rival
pugilists floundered through the mire
;it a rapid p toe.
Herman staled this morning; that
from now on he will eliminate sparring
from his daily routine. Oans emphati
cally denied reports that he was not
g lilmscU and stated that he had
never trained harder in hia life.
Id hi- was foned to do so, owing
to the cool weather, which made it dif
ficult for him to reach the required
weight, dans' statement was oorrobo
rated by Manager Hiley of the Oaalno
Athletic club, HI veil an by newspaper
correspondents who have been on the
ground for thr pant fortnight.
Work mi the arena is being rushed
with sreat celerity day and uisjht and It
in expert, it ihat t lie structure will In
entirely completed tomorrow.
BOTH CUT OUT BOXING
Gans Weight a Fraction Over 133
Pound* After Work
By Assoriiit.-il I'l-nsu.
TONOPAH, N«v., Dec. 28.— Joe Clans
and Kid 111 i in. in have completed the
more serious work in connection with
their training and from now until the
duy of the fight their exercises will con
sist of lightest road and gymnalsium
labor only. There will be no more box
ing in either of the camps, and just
enough exercises will be Indulged In to
taper off.
(iiuiH weighed but a fraction over 133
pounds .i i the conclusion of today's ef
forts and gave out the statement that
he will easily make the requisite weight
of 133 pounds two hour* before entering
the ring.
Herman gave an exhibition of fast
gymnanlum work this aft'— -«n. He I*
below the 13.1-pound notch, and If any
thing will mm to Increase rather than
decrease his weight.
The fighters and their managers were
officially n >tlfWl by Manager Klley of
the Casifio Athletic club today that they
woulY be required to weigh In at 1
o'clock on New Tear's day and that the
lightweight battle will be started
promptly at 3 o'clock. Pacific time. In
the event of a prolonged contest Rlley
announced that the moving picture
lights would be of sufficient power for
illuminating purposes.
There wns little m-Mvlty In the hot
ting today. Ga.ni remain! the favorite
ni odd* c.r Ito 1 Many small wagers
were registered In thp local pool rooms.
H«rman money being In most evidence.
HERMAN AND GANS
SOON TO MEET
TONOPAH PROFESSES TO LIKE
KID'S CHANCES
Bald That Experts Have Changed
Opinion Regarding Inability of Chi.
cago Boy to Successfully Battle
with Lightweight Champion
Sprclnl to The Herald
TONOPAH, Nov., Dec. 28.— Afl the
days roll by and the Gans-Herman
fight draws closer the sporting frater
nity about town scorns to be more
than ever up In the nlr over the out
come of the bout, although when the
match wns first made there was a
genera] feeling throughout sportdom
thnt the Chicago fißhter had no chancn
Whatever The sporting writers of thr
country have evidently got out their
dopp books and figured It all over
again. Within the last wock more
than one of the men who hnve earned
big reputations by their predictions on
pugilistic events have declared that
"K!d" Herman not only has a chance,
but v pood one, of currying off cham
pionship honors on New Year's day.
It is probably due to this reasoning
by the sport writers that a number of
men whose faces are well known about
the centers of turf and ring gossip
on the coast and In Chicago have
quietly dropped Into town the last day
or i--o. They have come very quietly
mid mixed with the crowds that throng
the quarters of the fighters ev«ry after
noon. They do not get into the circle
of professional fight fans who have
gathered about Manager Riley's office
and settled all ficrhts, jiast, present ami
future, every night.
One or two of those pilgrims have
departed again as quietly as they came,
but before leaving they assured person •
al friends that they would be here on
New Year's day. and In proof of that
they carried with them a number of
choice seats each.
The arena Is at a stage now where
its completion is assured at lenst two
dnys before the fight. Riley has kept
this matter under his personal super
vision since the first timber of the
foundation wns laid and the rapidity
with which the building of the big
fight fest house has been accomplished
despite traffic blockades, wrecks, wind
storms and labor troubles Is sufficient
testimony to his ability as a director
of big operations.
The arena is Riley's particular pride,
and justifiably so. The structure is
no flimsy temporary affair. It is as
solid and substantial in construction
as any of the big mills in this country.
Rlley says that in- building it he was
not thinking only of this bout, but of
many other pugilistic events that he
is holding up his sleeve. The building
will last for years and Manager Mike
Rlley declares that more than one of
the biggest fights in the world will
be pulled off in it.
The seat sale for New Year's day
has passed all expectation and a banner
crowd Is promised when the Ghettoite
and the Baltimorean try conclusions.
♦ » »
THIS IS A CHANCE
FOR FIGHT PROMOTERS
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO. Dec. 28.— Tommy Burns
and Hugo Kelly were today matched to
fight for the middleweight champion
ship of the world, the fight to take
place at any time within four weeks of
signing articles. The agreed weight is
158 ringside, and that the fight should
not be for less than ten rounds and for
any number of rounds over ten to a
finish fight.
The fight is to be held before the club
offering the largest purse by January
5. The purse is to be divided, 60 per
cent to the winner and 40 per cent to
the loser.
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Munn and Rose Will Endeavor to De
feat Famous Track Men of the
Eastern Universities
and College*
At the worlds all-flrnuni chamninn
shlp. Which Will he held at the .Tames
town ■ -(position in Virginia next year
California will he rnprpsenteri by at
lents iwo sterling athlctpfl. Albert
Munn, the best all-round high school
ithletp id the wpst, will no doubt wear
the colors of thp Olympic club, and In
the event thnt Ralph Rose, the world
renowned weight man, can secure his
release from the Chicago Athletic club
It Is very Hkoly that tho HeaMnbunr
Klnnt will accompany Munn on the
■ame team,
California was represented In the all
round games two years ago at Portland
for the first time and tho showing made
by Victor Llfda of the Olympic club
wns very creditable, as he was beaten
out only by a few points for first place
Blnce the meet at the Lewis and
riark exposition California athletes
have been anxious to try for honors as
all-arcund men, and such men as Wal
ter Christie, trnlner at the University
of California, and Max L. Rosenfeld,
captain of the Olympic club, are of the
opinion that Rose, Snedigar, Sperry or
Munn i-iin cope with the beat.
Thy- Hat of contestants at the games
next year will Include the famous Mar
tin Sheridan, Johnny Garrels, the great
Michigan hurdler, weight man and foot
ball player, and T. P. Klely, winner of
the all-round championships at the
Louisiana Purchase exposition.
Of these mon the Michigan athlete
should score the most points. Garrels
has equaled Kranzleln's record of 0:16%
In the high hurdles, run the 100 In
0:10 V», ami with the exception of the
flfty-slx-pound weight has done better
In every event than his competitors.
Sheridan, however, is very consistent,
although he Is not a star In any one
event barring the discus.
Munn should roll up the most points
among the Callfornlans and his chances
of winning should be the best. There
is no doubt that Munn's high Jump of
five feet eleven Inches and his pole
vault record of over eleven feet would
beat the easterners, and then in the
mile Munn can do five minutes or bet
ter. The question remains, can he
overcome the big percentage Rose and
Sheridan would roll up over him In the
weights and Garrels in the hurdles and
the sprint.
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