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GANS ROCKS KID HERMAN TO SLEEP IN EIGHTH ROUND CHICAGOAiN IS SIMPLY OUTCLASSED weight Champion Experiences No Difficulty C : " and Alter Toying with Opponent Sends Him Down and Out with Right to Jaw— Small Crowd Witnesses Bout By As«oclAtp<l preas. CASINO ATHLETIC CLUB, TONO PAH, Nov., .l:in. I.— Joe (Inns fought true to the "dope" today. After play ing with Merman for right rounds the champion landed a full right swing on : the point of Herman* Jaw nnd Chi cago's favorite fighter went to the mat . a beaten man. It waa apparent from the start that Heroin n hud no chance. Cans blocked bis blows with the great est ease and at no time was Gnus wor ried In the least. In the first round he started to feel things out. Herman was willing to fight, but the champion mailed him oft. in the second round Gans started to open up. The KM's attempts to land all ended in failure. Gans blocked Herman's leads with Cloves and elbow and when the op portunity presented Itself shot right and left Jolts to his opponent's face. The third and fourth rounds wore repetltltons of the second. It was plain to be seen that Herman, the short . - order, the "under dog." was the favorite \3vlth the crowd. When the Kid landed ff^plow the crowd cheered loudly. dans drew only moderate applause when he fought his cleverest. ln the fifth round Gans. having measured his man, plowed down. This was the only round where Herman made any showing. The Kid waded In and swung hard rights and lefts at the champion. Gans appeared rare less and a number of the blows landed. The crowd cheered madly for the Clil- I in and at the end of the round. lefts at the champion. Gans appeared care less and a number of the blows landed. The crowd cheered madly for the Chi cagoan at the end of the round. The sixth and seventh rounds were all Gans'. In the eighth Gans started out by feinting and drawing Herman's fire. They fiddled around the ring iuntil Gans worked his opponent Into a corner. Joe feinted with his left, the Kid swung wildly with right and left. He left an opening. Like a flash Gans whipped left and then a swinging right : flush on the point of the jaw, Herman dropped like a log with his face buried ln his hands. He lay motionless at the edge of the ring. Gans walked t away; It was all over. "■" ■ Herman Outclassed Nate Lewis ran around the ring to | •where the Kid lay and begged him to rise. Herman heeded not the words; I lie was senseless. At the count of ten | Lewis and Adam Ryan carried their : protege to his corner, where three mm- ] '. utes elapsed before he came to. Herman was outclassed from start to ' finish. He never had a chance and he • will never have a chance when lie meets i a man of Gans' caliber. ■'■'/,, The fight was not without its Inci / dents. The heaviest betting developed .'."'at the ringside. In the second round the ' men were milling it fast in the center of the ring when the gong sounded. Herman heeded the bell and stepped back from a clinch. Gans. not hearing the bell, landed a hard right on the Kid's neck. The crowd arose to their feet and hissed and hooted. It was then that Gans realized what he had done. Like the gentleman that he is, , Gans faced the crowd and made public apology. Not content with it, he crossed to Herman's corner, and, grasping the Kid's hand, explained that he had not heard the gong. Hisses changed to cheers as Gans returned to his seat. After the fight, when he came to, Herman said: "There is no getting away from it, the best man won. I made the best fight that was in me, against a superior man. I cannot deny that he is the bet ter man, and I do not begrudge him his victory." Gans bore his easily won honors with the best of grace. "It was just as I expected," said the champion. "I had Herman outclassed. He was game, but he never had a .chance to win." STORY OF BATTLE TOLD BY ROUNDS Round I— Herman lotl for the body, missed and they want to :i clinch. The men sparred and In a clinch Herman sent his right round tho kidneys. Gana then drove a wicked right swing to the jaw and followed it with a right to the head, and they went to a clinch. At close quarters Herman hooked his right to the head. Herman missed a left lor the body and quick as a flash Gam whipped a right and left to the nose, bringing a thin stream ot bl I from that organ. Cans swung a terrific right to the face and walloped Herman with right to tho ribs. Herman, .lust as the gong sounded, planted hi.- lefl to the champion's fan 1 . The r^und was Gans', but Herman smiled in a confident man ned as he took his seat. Round 2— Herman covered up and they worked to close quarters, Herman landing right and left to the body. The men then mixed it and a furious rally followed, Herman having the better of on exchange of body blows. More In lighting followed, In which both men displayed great cleverness, blocking the other's attempts. Herman swung his right and left hard to the ribs, but Gans retaliated with two hard fights to the Jaw that forced the Ghetto kid to a clinch. Mixing It, Guns drove his right to the ribs and seal Herman staggering bach with .1 right .to the neck. As the goner rang ing hit Her man on the face with a rlghl and shook hand.-ih and.-i with Herman In an apologetic manner. Not content with this apology, Cans left his seat, walked to Herman's corner and again shook hands with his opponent. The round favored Gang •lightly. Hound 3— Herman, after a clinch, Hwung a hard left to the head and they exchanged right swings to the face. Can!-:C an!-: nearly floored his man with a right to the neck. Herman v;-* in quickly and tried with right and left for the body but received a loft to the face that would have vent him outside the ring had not thi copes iaved him, Cans then lent Herman to the floor with a left hook over the ribs Her man, however, was off his balance and the blow left no telling effects. Gana had the better of the round, but Her man showed tie signs of dial i i. Round 4— After a clinch Herman swung a right to the rlba and v left to the stomach. They Mixed at close range and Herman nett 'Jans with short-arm rights to ili h< .id. Both men then missed ten light swings and Herman landed a left on the mmii; ach. cms planted his light to the jaw with great force, and they ex changed I. ii, to Ihe stomach. Herman ewung a hard right to the. Jaw and followed It with a. heavy left to the siom.irh that mada Qfttts. irlncsji n waa ;m rvi-ii round. Round s— After half a minute's spar ring Herman swung a left to the body, followed it with a right to the lama place and then rushed Qana Into a clinch, landing right and left high on the body, Sana then shot out his right and it landed on Merman's Jaw. The latter, however, sent the crowd lnto paronym* by driving Gang to the ropes with a volley or left and right swings to the Jaw and face. Herman lent a straight left to the face, but Oana countered with two rights to the Jaw and in n mix thai followed Oana outpointed his man, landing right and left short-arm blows to the Jaw. The gong ended an even round. Herman's ■bowing thus far had been very good. Round <i— < ;;ms cleverly blocked var ious leads by Herman and peppered hla face and body with riKhts and lefta at close range. Both men were very coni. but Oana' face bore a determined look. Herman was on the aggreaalve and received n right hook to the Jaw that ; ; ent his head buck a foot. "Cover and fall In" came the Injunction from Herman's seconds na <;.-ins. at long range, drove his right afrain and again in iho Kid's fnce. Qana almost sent Herman through the ropes with right hooka tv the Jaw. cms had a big lead in this round and Herman lost his Jaunty air as he sougrht his scat. Round 7 — Herman opened the round with left swings to the ribs, hut Qana more than got even with two rlghis and a left to the stomach. Herman rallied and landed his left and then i rieht over the ribs and they went to a clinch. Gam forced the fighting nnd getting Herman against the ropes planted right and left to the face. Herman fought back wildly and as Ii" closed in Oans met him with a terrific uppercut to the face that left its mark over the Hebrew's eye. Gans followed his man to a corner ami they ex changed kidney blows. The bill clanged as the men were sparring. It was Gans' round and he looked like the winner. Round B—Gans8 — Gans sent a straight left to the face and Herman retaliated with a right to the Jaw and left to the ribs. Gans merely shook his head and fol lowed his man around the ring, cor nering him. but failing in attempts to hind. Suddenly Gans shot out Ills rignt squarely to the Jaw nnd Herman dropped as if hit by a board. He made no attemp;. to rise. It was as clean a knockout as ever took place in a ring. ZERO WEATHER PREVAILS AS LIGHTWEIGHTS MEET Bf Associated Press. TONOPAH. Nev., Jan. I.— New Tear's day at Tonopah was ushered in with zero weather. The blizzard subsided, but was succeeded by a cold wind from the north that sent pedestrians Bcurrylng in haste indoors. Occasion ally the sun broke through a rift In the clouds, but these visitations wpi ■? few and far between. At 3 o'clock tho Ftreets, which were covered with sev eral inches at snow, were practically desi rted. At the Casino headquarters, however. where the sale of fight seats was pro g, there was quite a congestion of humanity anil the management re ported a brisk early morning sale. Roth Gans and Herman were in ex cellent spirits this morning and su preme confidence marked their every movement. Gans in particular was In an amiable frame of mind and spent the time greeting newly arrived friends and assuring them that there was nor the slightest duubt as to the outcome of the fight. "Get in and bet a wad on me nnd don't let the odds stop you," he said to a party of Goldfleld miners whose acquantance he formed during his stay there last September. "There isn't the remotest chance of me l"si:i;; this contest and it means a whole lot for me In the future. I will be iot on the heels of Battling Nelson. Falling o ,■ i a match with him I might agree to take on Brltt if he will agree to my terms." I Herman, like Gans. flitted about I among his acquaintances and told them lie expected to win by aggressive work and body play. "I have youth on my side," he paid, "and "believe that by consistent battering of the colored champion's body I will wear him down I and then go in and win." Lewis Confident j Nate Lewis, the Chicago lad's man ager, said this morning: "The fight will result In one of- the biggest pugilistic surprises in recent years. There never was a fighter that stepped Into the ring who is as strong as Herman at the weight, and although Gans will make the weight, he cer tainly will not be as strong as the Kid. Herman is clever, can punch with either hand, is an excellent ring gen eral and is as game as a pebble. His confidence Is supreme, as lias been shown during his entire course of I training. T have wagered 18600, some lat the odds of 10 to 4 and some at 3 to I, that the Kid will win." j There was not much betting In Ton •> pah this morning, Many of the blue uhlrti d prospectors were anxious to nibble at the short end, but there were few who cared to risk their money ur\ Gans at the prevailing odds, \\hlili ranged from "':■ to X to 3 to 1. Ti>.- m iitualß, however, were well patronized, cans to win in from 11 to 15 round*, being the most popular selection, can; weighed In on the club scales shortly after 10 o'clock In full street costume, Including- shoes, rubbers find heavy sweater, Hi tipped the beam at i:;:.' , pound i, ' : ins then went over ' to the arena to ascertain the tempera- I ture of the building. "Unless them Is ! sufficient warmth," said the champion, "there will be no posing tor pictures or anything like that, as far us i urn con cerned. I will insist upon righting with ln live minutes after I have entered the ring." Cans Anxious for Fray He was assured by the club officials, however, that the arena would be well heated, as the ovens variously dis tributed in the building were being kept constantly going, At 11 o'clock the weather conditions Improved to a con siderable extent. The sun brake through the clouds and it looked, as If a clear day would follow. All hope that James J. Jeffries would be v spec ll l tutor at the ringside was dispelled when LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1907. Manager Hlley received a telegram this morning from Los Angeles stating that the proposition which the club had for warded wns delivered too lAte to en able the champion to make timely con nections. The big fellow epxressod his regrets at the turn of events and wished the club every success. Announcer Gardner took the renter of the stage and shouted to the audi ence the rules which governed the con test, lie announced that the contest would he a finish fight and the men would tiijit with one arm free In the clinches. Herman wns presented as the prid" of Chicago and Oans Intro duced ns the-'- lightweight champion of the world. Jack O'Hrlen, iii response to the Importunities from the spectat ors, waa then presented and mads .1 neat speech. O'Brien sold: "Lndlos and gentlemen: 1 wish "you nil a happy New fear, 1 have been .offeredad 'a substantial purse to fight in Tonopnh In the near future and 1 hope, the match will be realised. 1 do not care with whom. 1 am prepared to meet any fighter on earth." miM . 1 Riie] was then 1 and ".-is aivsn a handsome reception, Hut It n miilneU for Try lli.nrd to draw from the crowd the moi taneous enthusiasm. Rickard, through the announcer, gnve notlve that n€ would give B purse of WO.OOO fOT the winner of tbe i :nns-l lermiti i: Battling Nelson. Rlley, on behalf of Inn Athletic club, stated thai he would 3" Rickard WOOO Letter and this would stand for any pursi offered by any other promoter. Much merriment we en • t •- « 1 by the announcer stating thai dans' mother had sent a telegram requesting him to "bring in me the baron." Before he had a chance to read a telegram, some one in tbe crowd yelled: "Does it sny 'Bring home the matSOS?' " Manager Rlley stated he would offer n purse or $80,000 for a match between Jimmy Brltt ana the winner f tills afternoon's contest. Gnus replied that he would not ac 1 ep! the Offer if he won today. Her ni'in replied by snying that he WOUld meet any lightweight In the world any time. POWELL AND RYAN GO TEN ROUNDS TO DRAW By Aaaoelated Press. TONOPAH. Jan. I.— Lew Powell Of San Francisco and Adam Ryan fought ten rounds to a draw. The fight was one Of the best preliminary events ever pulled off. Powell throughout landed the cleaner blows and was by far the cleverer of the two. But Ryan, who waa about seven pounds heavier than his rival, landed the more powerful punches. Ryan devoted most of his at tacks to Powell's kidneys. Until men were bleeding freely from nose and mouth when the battle ended. The referee's decision of a draw met popular fancy. An incident not on the program oc curred during the progress of the fight. In the seventh round Referee Gleason, in his eagerness to separate the bellig erents, received a right swing from Ryan squarely on the nose. The blood spurted from the injured member in a stream. Oleason, however. merely smiled and kept on with his work. The Incident put the crowd in a very good humor. TEX RICKARD TALKS OF LARGE PURSES By Associated Press. TONOPAH, Nev.. Jan. I.— Joe Gans was around town tonight and did not I hear the slightest mark to indicate that | he had been through a battle. Gans stated to a reporter that he would try to get on a match with Battling Nelson at once, failing- which he would be glad to tako on Jimmy Britt. Tho Tonopah club has announced its intention of offering $30,000 for a match between Britt and Gans, the fight to take place March 17 next. ! Tex Rickard of the Goldfield Athletic j dub stated tonight that he would guar jantee a purse of $50,000 for a contest between Gans and Nelson. The receipts of today's fight had not been complied up to a late hour tonight. The club of ficials admit that they lost money, but they claim they did not expect to real ize on the venture and have no cause for complaint. GANS-HERMAN MATCH A JOKE SMALL LOCAL INTEREST DIS PLAYED REGARDING BOUT Herman, from Exhibition in Los An. cjeles, was Not Granted to Have a Show with Clever Negro, Who Won Easily Little or no interest was apparent In i."s Angeles yesterday regarding the Gans-Herman battle at Tonopah, as H was generally accepted that Herman stood absolutely no chance with the clever negro, provided Gans entered the ring In condition and frame-up was foreign. Herman's Bhowlns In Los Angelea, whili above the average lightweight, wag not such as to warrant him a possibility of defeating the Baltimore wonder. Abe Attell made Herman look amateurish a( Maud Junction, and It i- noi known that cans is less handy v |th Ih ■ a;lo\ than At tell. From n. in. | .ii ip Jon ii would ap pear that Cans played with Herman and then dei lUed I i end the (ray. Herman could hardly have granted himself a chance with dans, basing the probabilities along honest lines, The Nevada managers probably re grel that they ever attempted to i tage in ii an event u nd now that it la over they find themselvei many thousand dollars In the hole, Herman <i i<i not lose much ii p >- the outcome, He carries away a good loser's share and holds My the same position In pugil ism that he did before, No one ac i him hii !i i" ■■ h i the sem blance of world beating proclivities and few are surprised at the result. jack O'Brien as usual was on deck and honored the natives with a short vocal selection. Jack also adda an other winner to hia picking list, though without much credit, aa the Gans- Herman schedule looked like ■ Joke 1 from the time of Its inception. VANCOUVER TIES STANFORD Uv AHHoi'iiti' il Press VANCOUVER, B. C, Jan. I.— Van- c ouver and Stanford played a tie game on Rugby Held today before a crowd of about 20U0. The score was 3 to 3, though the iii. is had the best of the strug gle throughout. This ik the last guns of the series of three played here. Cap tain Btott scored for Stanford and CbUrtOll for Vancouver. notiih; To lluldrra of Herald I'boto « uiiyum Btudlo closes January 6, 1907. Ail cou- 1 pon* must be presented nut later thu.i ' Wednesday. January 2. 1907. ■ ' CROWD WITNESSES P LEASING SPOUT A MUSKODAY WINS ROSE SELL ING STAKES Tour Favorite* and Two Heavily Backed Long Bhots Give Talent More Than Even Break with the Chalk Wielders Withal, the tiny wns to the talents liking, an four favorites won, with two 1 0 to 1 phots coming In to provide the necessary excitement which attends the Juicy price!". As the two outsiders were heavily played the public wound the day something to the good. KoncMStn, which went to the post favorite for the first race, gave backers n .score, ntul only through the brilliant, riding of Oargan, who outpllotcd Cnlln han, on I'nrvo, were the first placo tickets cashed, Sheriff Bell, favored by the heavy going, easily took the show front Myrtle H. All Right, which was backed from 15 to 5, might have won. but whether or no will never be known, ns ah illßht did anything but live up to his name by wheeling as the barrier (lew and refusing to break. All lllght'fl general Idea seemed to be a longing for the paddock. A fldgtty bunch of 2*year-otds ranif out for tho three«furlong dash nnd tho prise fell to Katie Raines, which was oft first and never In trouble, Kismet, i.. Magaslnc and Velma tlnlshod po dose that tho judges alone wpro ablr to untangle tho mess, awarding place and show to Kismet and Magazine. As on Christmas, a great crowd visit ed Ascot yesterday to witness a nice afternoon's sport, featured by the Rose sollinp stakes. A. Muskoday was the ono Cheered to victory nnd. .'is a Rood price hail been laid by tho chalk Wleld ers, Muskoday received a lively sendoft nfter D. Riley ha<i hustled tho winner along in time to head the weakly rid den CtgarllghtGr, on which W. Rlley was of absolutely no use. Ctgarllghter'i defeat yesterday nmrks the second tinio when n slovenly ride kept him out of the Hi Ft money. Tho finish Mas hotly contested, as Gorga lette, the favorite, was piling over horses in the deep rail going and would have won in a brace of lumps. J . P. Donohue, outridden in the early part, with Brussel up, came with his usual rush and was fourth, three lengths away. Had the track been deep Donohue would have proved hard to keep back. Euripides was lending in the stretch, but when put to the flnnl trial hung badly. Entre Nous ran well for three-fourths. Yon Tromp showed Fume speed, but quit after the half. These tour horses were the only ones having a possible chance after the gcraggly start. Elizabeth F Gallops Elizabeth F sneaked in hy herself again and what a -tale of woe resounds by those who ventured to overlook the faithful gray, which poems to like such prices as 10 to 1 or thereabout?. Eliza beth tooK a lead at the half of the third and won eased up. her boy laughing at the favorite. Niblick, which came alonfc some six lengths to the rear. Niblick I had little trouble in beating Pelvoir for the place. T'nclo Henry did not show unusual form in the stretch nnd promises to run better on a faster track. Others were never prominently Identified with the situation. Adonis was heralded ns all In when the pencil men set forth 1 to 2 figures for the fourth affair, but receded to 6 to 5 because of a heavy p!".y on Bnnnell, which closed at 4 to 1, backed from jr.s. and a bundle of money ■which sent Veri tna Vlncit from 3s to S to 5. Kent, on Bannell, shot his mount to the front and was leading by four lengths at the half. Still to the fore in tho stretch, Bnnnell looked a winner to the paddock gate, when Koerner, on Adonis, came on find In B driving finish outgamed Bannell. Rushwhacker, the piker's de light, caused joy by taking the show money. Dollar books had ventured as pood as 10 to 1 ng.ain^t Bushwhacker's chances of finishing third, and a great rush resulted for a place in the moneyed line. Moehue showed a lot of speed ard ap peared a contender at the stretch en trance. When McDanlels applied tlie whip, however, Moshue hesitated in disastrous manner. Verltaa Vine it must have been dreaming of the oat fields, as nothing- occurred which war ranted Verltas' heavy support. In a false break Vandola ran away three fourths at top speed and might possi bly have been a contender but for the side play Confessor was held to be across nnd wont to tho post at the very liberal price of 7 to 10, considering recent per formances. 11 •- was chalked at 20s, while Susannah dropped from 7 to 4. After a short delay at the post Dwyer sent, them away In lino, Ila taking the Ii ad and Confi ssor at the saddle girths. In this order they approached the paddock gate, where Koerner prodded fjoi i> isor along to win by half a l'-ti^th from 1! ■ Susannah was third nil the way, but at the end was doing her host to stall off the determined challenge of Redan and Revolt. The latter was running wildly at the close and should have placed in tWO more jumps. Horses Retained joi i ■ Bruasel arrived yeserday ! fon ' lakland and « ill ride as a free lame. The boy performed wiih no small success around the 'astern tracks and rides a( ninety pounds. mi . EHg ibeth P" wonl he third race J. c, Bturgla bid hei to It her owner making I'ctalnment with the neces sary t'i- X. 'A. De Ann in. whose Oigarilghter finished second to Muskoday, took $000 from the winning owner by running A. Muskod ly to 121 , .Uiieii was $1200 o\ei the entered price, Dave McDanli Is, father of Jockey "Puddln" MeDunlels, started thi New year luckily, as he won the time pi raffled fot the benefit of Mrs, Ryan, wiiinw of the late ]■;. j:. Ryun, who limed at A •■ ol Jockey l>ei Lawrence, who rode well her,- in 1904, h ill lie seen iii the saddle Saturday, " ha 1,1. -hi - t i ride the follow Ing horses of i■. i mil; Platoon, Marshal .w.y and i ■lan.lesline. WELL BALANCED CARD ARRANGED FOR TODAY IRVING B. CLEMENT Six good races will be run at Ascot this afternoon, the feature event being the fourth race, a purse affair, at one mile. Tartan looks best of the lot and although he does not like weight, has only a poor lot to beat and should will easily. In his last race he wan repeatedly Interfered with and when beaten hopelessly, was eased up. Mllshora, with only 100 pounds, will go well, as she has lots of early speed and may run her field dizzy for the greater part of the journey. Should last to secure place honors. \V. 11. Carey could not untrack him self In his laat race nnd wilt go hot ter this afternoon on ft fmit course. Should ' hen t Uoyn l Sen for third hon ors. Don Hamilton. Is working well, but win run better after he has ft men or two under his belt. The first rnco nt . six furlongs Is ft vtry open affair. Holognn Is my choice nnd although she Is a bad actor At the post, poftreiises the speed of this bunch And will be very hard to catch If she gets an eren break. Susie Christian has a lot of early speed, us she showed the other day and should about get the second money today, CAnoplan works well and his last race was a good one. Will be close up at the finish nnd may upset calculations by winning, Trn motor has been working well In tho morning and may prove a surprise party. The market will tell. Willie. <:regg mill Stoessel have good outside ham to be In the money. Airs has the mo*t early speed and is the quickest breaker of thone In tho. second race and should lend from bar ; i.i to the wire. Norfolk has a big package up, but In in* only effort hern won all the way with something to spare, if anything beats the to» one this may he the one. lied Garter found the route too far in hla last race and should beat out Biancer for the short end of the purse. The other three do not look to have a chance on form. Cotillion, Jack Adams, Lob Angeleno and ialiiia have the third -race nil to themselves. The others are only hi the way. Cotillion made a favorable lmpressionI Impression on her good second to Lega tee and Will be the one the winner must beat, Jack Adams only galloped ln his lust race and should beat out Los Angeleno. The latter Is a slow beginner and will have to run nil around his field at the end. Snlina ha! evidently had too much of it and needs a rest. If Charles L. Stone Is ever going to leave the maiden claM today la the day. He shmild bent this buneii of maldena easily, but at that i? a bad betting proposition, as he runs under the colors i>r Bookmaker J. p. Atkin. First IV p wrist nil but left In her lnst race and with better racing luck to day will be right there at the finish. St. Albana should outgame Happy Rice for third money. The latter prefers a heavy track. Betsy, Succeed and Axora look to have the best chance in the sixth race. Riders and racing luck will count in a big Reid like this. On form and workouts they should finish as men tioned, hille n and Nuns Veiling have un outside chance. ASCOT ENTRIES FIRST HACK— 6 furlongs; purse. ...Jack Little. .lll2l 141 Hostility •105 .. Tramotor ....112 147 Abbey 8e11e.. ,106 1 51 Stoessol 107 90 Sun Mark 1% 16 Canoplan — 1071 168 8. Christian.. ,lo'> 1 33 Willie Gregg. 1071 fi rimkln lul 1 61 Taxer lv/ 145 Phil l«oe 103 3 Col. Jewe11. ...107 115 Allerion 99 1331 33 Bologna I<*| SECOND RACE— course; purse (12S)Norfolk 117; 164 Hod Garter... •lilt 1 36 Airs ll.'l 140 St. Or IDS (149)Elancer U2| 117 Gulliver 103 HOH O Green 110; 139 Hipoteca 101 THIRD RACE— Brooks course; purse. 1 62 Avontellus ...110i 144 Xeversuch ....107 16 Lone n.shmn.UO; 114 Perry Wicks.. lo7 1 04 Los Angeleno.lu;| ltiO Saliiia 105 d'M.ik Adams. 129 Cotillion 105 U S Mountebank .1071 156 Freesias 105 . FOljiwH RACE— I mile; purse. 1541 54 W H Car.»y..H4j ... Don Hamllt'n.lU 1 6 F.I Otros 114' 188 Royal Ben 105 1 24 Tartan 114; 136 Milshorn. 100 FIFTH RACE— Futurity course; purse 1 49 Oh L Stone. ..llol 167 Vinorslna lie 1 31 E. K. U 107 1" Elsie A 105 1 55 Song of 8e*.. 107] 167 Happy Rice... ld,". 1 67 St. A1ban5....107 Ten How IDS 1 03 Straightaway 107 167 CSold Ledge.. •ID 1391 39 Trollan.l 105 143 Taos »103 11 First Peep HO 69 Long Nick. ...•102 1 67 Remember ...105 SIXTH HACK— furlongs; purse. Succeed 110! 152 Azora 104 1 60 Lilie B 107 122 Ambitious ....in) 1 51 Betsy 107 158 L. Gladstone.. lo4 9 0 Mnzapan 107 122 Nun's Veiling. lol 1 33 Anona 106 143 Hattie Carr..»lol 1 46 Bauble 104 (99)Ml»s Martha.. .97 1 68 Prominence .104 140 Winsom ,Ways*B2 •Apprentice allowance. ASCOT SELECTIONS BY THE CHICAGO EXPERTS CHICAGO, Jan. Following: are the Dally Kni-liiK Form's ■plectlonn for As cot tomorrows I S nnle Christian, Stwurl, Bologna. — Aim, Norfolk, Elancer. — Snllna. Cotillion, Jack Adam*. 4 Don Hamilton, El Otron. Mllaliora. G St.' Alhau». Happy nice, Gold Ledce> o —Succoeil,0 — Succoeil, Bet*?, Mile B. FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS Tiy Asßooiated Precs. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. I.— Fair ground? results: Six furlongs — Woodsaw won, Hen rletto second, Pity third; time 1:14 2-3. Five furlongs, handicap — Toboggan won, Alfiicon second, Meadow Breeze third; time 1:03. Three furlongs— Whisk Broom won, Qremse aecond, Hazel m. third; time :86%. The New Year's handicap, mile and seventy yarda — Xi Fall won. Gild sec mi,i, Pompadour third; time 1:43 4-5. Mile— Phil Flneh won, Honry Wat terson Becond, Bcsterllng third; time 1:41 2-B. TWO CASES FINE OLD WINE Freight Paid to Any Point in the United States for Only $9 C. F. A. LAST 129-131 N. MAIN ST. Los Angeles. S Trop'co. Glen dale, Hollywood 1. ittshlcntH will find this New v Year* Heason doubly onjoyabla 1 because they possess the ad ) vantage of the Sunset Phone f, at Bo dally. Free Los Angelea I connections. Call up Contract I Department, Main 47. BUN* R BKT T. & T. Co. Everything you want you will find in the cluHnlileil page— a modern eucyclu. l>t(Jla. One cent a word. HERALD ASCOT FORM CHART ASCOT I'AiiK, .Inn. I. — T\vr,.\ TV-\lNTll II A V. Wrnttter clear) track ■low. A. IV. Hamilton, prmlillnac Im.lr. 1 .1. Knllmnn, «(«rtir. . 1 ■ ■ » lfiQ *^ *'*'' FIRST RACE— I mu>j 4-year-olds and up; selling. ln.I In. llorao. Age, vvt. .Im Kpy.iMt. »/« \% % tu. fin. op. ii. lIMI IM 'Konennta 5 (101) :.<;:m..im 7 21 mi iii if Th l-STfi M ££ IV .1. i < lo3 > • Callnhnn S 4 >«. .' h 2 2 24 22 % 4 Mo', M Sheriff Bell „ (107) K-.,gli 6 71 7h «4 «'4 3:1 1(1 20 ,J, J Myrtle H. ft (toy Harris 2 18 |U M 4ii 44 10 If '■'■■ St.l cnl<,. 4 (102) Preston! 8 9 si M 3h 53 6 7 « l(. •■pii.iiui a (in;) Dorse) 4 BU nVt « '.4 11 jl 10 r m l «,Hoslnlnl 4 (UN) Carroll « 8 2 « h si •' Vfc 720 IS 25 HIH I Tnttrnhnm « (101) Mn.liin I 3 I 4 1 7h XI «5 30 10» lt>i Fnxlnke » Hu, i <""> » 6 2 » *II I I 80 lfl" 151 15 '.All Right 6 (nil) HHityl Left nt past. 115 8 T lme~2s, (OH, 1:17, 1:45. At post .i minutes. Off 1:40. Value to winner $328. Win ner eh. g. l''<iii.«ii-i.u,-nsui. Owner .lamps Curl. Siiirl good. Won driving. Second ensily, Overweight Fonoifttn 2, He."i>lrmor i lbs. Foncastfl. mil rrlnr.. and show. 1 rtrvo 4to i place, lto 1 show, it.-if 3to i show. Koncnsta weakened final six teenth but milled fast Hunt hundred yards under keen urging. Parvo ran i»l<le centeringe entering stretch but weakened suddenly closing strides. Hell made up ground rn«t '■'•■■»« 'limner finishing with rush. *'" SECOND rtACR-3 firrlongs; 2-yenr-olds; purse. ln.I In. lliii'H.!. Age V,. . Jockey. _fr Ml % »t Kin. |Up. Cl.* .. Katie IUIn5"(To7) Rent'fs ..H Z. ".. 1 i is 3 3 •■■ Kismet, Jr. <HO) It. Smith 4 4 2 2 h 20 211 .. Hagaslne iilm Mulliniui I 31 3h *•:: I .. Velma C. 1111,1 Fischer a 2 3 48 15 10 .. Early Tide (110) Koein.'! 8 Bl Bh 4 3 .. Marlannn iln.i Klin| 7 i; h vi *S 7 .. Town Talk (107) Phllllpi i- 9 1 7 1 la .. Connie M, (107) Keoghlll 814 8 1 in 30 .. Hunger lleii (110) Prestnn I) 7Vh I*l II .. Bonnie Bairn (110). W. Smith 8 10 1 mi in 20 .. Decorator (110) iimris, ."• 14 1 111 ii 15 .. \";enti,ie (110) Wilson in tin 12 4 10 20' .. Jin rtha Jane (107) Kuna 14 1- ' a 13 2 ** .. Maid of Orleans (107) McUanH ill If 1 14 20 •— — .. ntgnnn lie.) Honker 1 15 13 I 10 JO •Coupled In betting ai Pyna entry. "Coupled In betting ns \Vnish entry. ' Time— 34, :;i;i 4 . At post 7 minifies. Off 2:22. Value to winner »3JB. Winner eh. I. Batgowan-Maucn. Owner H. gchrelber. si.m good. Won eaally. • Second driving patched Bendasrm. Rains even place. Ito 2 »how. Kismet Bto 1 place, 4to 1 show. \ Vjilmli entry i to 2 .■■how. Rains "iT Hying showed moat speed. Kismet Jr. stood lnsl sixteenth drive gamely. Mim.i/.ln.- clung on tenaciously under whip flnnl Htxtoonth. ■•* THIRD HACK 1 tulle; 4-year-olds 1 and up; selling.. j"i T Horse. Age. Weight. ~ ~j. ickeyjst ',; ',> % Ht. F*lnT "*"~ T&'pTCr. 1621 62 BHiabptlfF 4 (102) " Rnsi 8 St 2 2 1 i "l 2 16 |10 10 1 50 Niblick 5 (10-1) McDutiK'l 1 111 35 IB 33 2Hi 4-5 3-5 l ISO lielv-ir 1 (107) Pi-Mton i 21 Ib 2h 2h 3h 6. M 1 29 I'M. Henry ;, (107) Keo«h| 3 42 41 41 42 45 4 4 1 61 Komombo C (101) Bullivnn 7 7 6 2 «4 5 H 6 10 40 100 1 62 Van Hope a (101) Koerner 4 13 52 53 66 «4 10 Hi I Klr.;,ni:m » 1 1 0 , > Kniiy. 5 li li 7 7 7 7 10 BO T ime—2 s, 4!>!4, 1:16, 1:42%. At post '£ minute. Off liBIH. Value to winner $3-T>. ■*Vlnner gr, m. St. Maxlm-Knlryday. Owner C. Merkel. Stnrt Rood. Won aaall) Stcond handily. Scratched Turkey Font, l'yrrho, Vlona, Lydla Wrouseman. Kllza beth 24 to 1 place. 7 to 10 show. Niblick out place and show. Belvolr 4 to 6 show Elizabeth rushed Into mi easy lead last quarter winning ns rider plensed. Niblick rmlei- keen i.TKiiiK finished stoutly. Hclvolr tired palpably last sixteenth. 1721 72 FOURTH RACK-IMG miles; Rose stakes; selling. ln. Hoi-Be. As«. Wt. Jockey, St. \* > 81. Kin. |Op. Ct. 1541 54 A. MiMkoday 5 (100) D. Rile) 9 M (FT is 4 2 Th 10 To ( 160) •ClKarllghter 6 08) W. Illley 7 4 3 4 3 I' 43 2 In 6-8 Gorgaletto 6 (97).... Preston 6 83 3 3 3 4 2 2 34 4 I ( 154) J. F. .Donohue 4 (96) Bruasellll 10 1 '.< 2 9 1 6 1 4 3 3V4 4 ( 100) Eurlpldea i (96) McDanlell a 2 1 2 4 2h Ih 5 1 10 13 1 88 Dusty Miller 6 (107) Booker 1 Bh 7 1 7^71 0 1 "7 7. 1 3.i Supreme Court 6 (104) Oros.! 8 11 11 10 2 8 1 7 1 •*— — (104) 'Bryan 6 (103) Fischer 2 74 til S3 5h 86 8' 12 ltil Yon Tromp ■"> (103) Harris ID li h 5 2 ii I 10 1 9ii 6 ... 1-' ( 161) Kntre Nous 5 (102) Finn 6 in 13 l h 9 M 101 « 8^ 1 4-' Union Ksher 5 (101) Koerner 4 9 1 10 3 11 11 11 20 30 ; •Coupled in betting. Time— 24%, 4S\. 1:15. 1:42, I:4S. At post 1 minutes. Off 3:34. Value to winner K C3O. Winner eh. h. Meadowthorpe-BlacK Bessie. Owner Mrs. O. W. Dodge. Start good. Won driving. Second aatne. Muakoday 4 to 1 place. 2 to 1 show. Cigar lighter 3 to 1 place, 3 to 2 show. Gorgnlolte 3 to 5. show. Muskoday moved up fa.si. turning for home Betting up In time to. nip out the weakly ridden Clgarllghter. Lat- ' ter should have won. but Klley was no nelp, horse finishing on Ills own courage. OorK.ilettc In long stretch drive next Inside mil finished sturdily. 1 73 FIFTH RACE— mile; maiden 4-year-olds and up. ln.I In. Horso. Age. Wt. ~ Jockey. | St. \ t Vj. y t at. Kin. |Op. Ci. 1561 56 Adonis 4 (101) KoerncrTo 7h 6 1 44 43 • In "l-2~6-5 1 37 Bannell 4 (97) Kent 8 22 14 12 11 26 15 1 1 37 Hushwhacker 4 (101U) Fischer 1 ' B2 In 3 3 31 35 30 60 1061 06 Mohur 4 (97) ." McDanlell 5 11 24 21 21 46 15 »>' 1 47 Verltas Vlncit 4 (101) GarganllO 6h 4 2'A 61 5 6 Bh 3 8-8 ii Yellow Kid 5 005) ...Nichols 8 » h 10 10 7 »,* 6 5 20 60 I t" Sentado 5 (108) '....Wilson 4 111 7 3 ii 3 81 '7 1 15 50 1 47 Spartan 4 (97) Talbert 7 9 h SV4 91 9 1 84 20 50 .' 1 05 Myrtle D. 4 (93) Preston 9 10 9 4 8 6 01 -9 15 20 -10 1 47 Vnndoln a (107) Willis 2 31 6h 7h' 10 • ': 10 ... . B.go . Time— 50%. 1:17, 1:45.' At post 9 minutes. Oft 4:10. Value to winner $S2S. *• Winner b. p. Hamburg-Edith Gray. Owner T. M. Cnssldy. Start good. WOJI dnv- 1 i ng. Second easily. Overweight Vandola 2, Bushwhacker 4'». Scntado 3, verltas Vlncit 4. Adonis 4 lbs. Adonis 1 to 2 place, out show. Bannell'? to 5 place, 3 to 5 show. Bushwhacker 7 to 1 show. Adonis made up ground fast, turning for home and reaching nann-11 final hundred yards outstayed him. Bannell tired fast under punishment. Bushwhacker under whip all way finished stoutly. ■ - 1 74 SIXTH RACE— Futurity course; 3-year-clds and up; Belling. ln Ili.i-e. Age. Wt. Jockey. |3t. V; % •% St. Fin. |Op. CI. . ' (168) Confessor 5 (111) Koerner 5 2 h 21 .... 23 1% 3-5 7-in 1501 50 lla 4 (106) Keogh 4 lh 111 .... Ih 2 8 20 20 , (145)( 145) Susannah 3 (93) McDaniell S 4 1 3 1 .... 3% 3 h '".Iv.J PSP S Redan a (106) Fischer 6 6Vi 41 .... 4Vt 4h 30 I.' 1631 63 Revolt a (114) Phillips 8 6h 5h .... 61 6J4 4 1! 1511 51 Sals 6 (10.) Harris 2 3V4 Cl .... 5Vi 6 6 12 13 1601 60 Lord Provost 4 (106) Finn 7 71 71 .... .3 73 12 15 i:.|i Round Dance 3 (lO.T.A') Nichols 18 8 .... 8 8 30 50 Time— "MH 48* 1:11 At post 2 minutes. Oft 4:38. Value to winner $325. Win ner eh h Father Confessor-Koffee. Owner J. 1,. Holland. Start good. Won han.l ridden Second easily. Overweight Round Dance 1% lbs. Scratched Rodolfo, Lord ro«sslneton. Prince lilagnet. Miss Martha. Bologna, Kitty McCarty. Plmkln. Con 1." uor 1 to 3 place, out show, lln 7 to 1 place, 2,4 to 1 show. Susannah 4to 5 show. Confessor held lla safe final hundred yards under hard ride, Ha clung on tenacious ly under keen urging final sixteenth, but not quite good enough. .. ,■ J ;•■; ♦Apprentice allowance. . SHERIFF PREVENTS FIGHT SHKLBURXK, Ind.. Jan. I.— Sheriff Walters of Sullivan county today pre vented the prize fight between Mike Schreok of Cincinnati and Harry Rog ers of Terre Haute. Fifteen hundred people were waitinK to witness the bout. Ce^dilloLC Repairing Storage, and Sappila Lee Motor Car Co. ina-U3O SOUTH MAIN STREET WHITE GARAGE White Steam Cars . HAHTKORD— POPH — Till RUN I Both Pboae* H. D. Him, Mancer I Ex. 790. 712 80. Broadway. |No 11111 too Stiep— Ho Sand too Deep for JACKSON AUTOMOBILES LET US SHOW Y->U. I You don't have to watt All model* i In stock. I a. W. uintir AUTO co., 1120 Sq. Mala. ! Locomobile and Winton INo belter curs made, Tliny are ready for demonstration. BUCCKKS AUTOMOIIILB CO.. Pico und Hill'sts. 1 Phones: Home 115756. Udway 3478. j ■ Reo Motor Cars ,' Sola o«Jy *7 LIBON T. SIIBTTLDII Home Ex. 16T. Buns«t Bx. ItS C 33 Sooth GraaA At«W« ■ The MAXWELL Perfectly Simple 'nod Simply Perfect Maxwell . Briscoe - Willcox Co. 15i11.1313 Mouth Hula si. luiut- btttt7 Suuarl Uromlwuy 40 " >u W.K. IJUHIl"" • uvf.aaur tv Uu»U A ablcld* ; AK«nts (or Hi. PIKHCK OIIHATiAKROW A thoroughly equlpptd repair .' "™»P. and »t*ra(c.. OIMON PAY and NIGHT. on.l-0.1.1 South Mala Street. - Phone Sun»»t 3rop<lw»y ■ 70M J_ PLAY TEN-INNING GAME The Melcezeis and the Thistles played a ten-lnnlng game to a scoro of 4 to 4 at Thirty-eighth and Santa Fe avenuo yesterday. Battery for the Melcezela was Brlseno and Brosmer, for the Thistles Ijeema and Hoss. THE SEI.F-STABTISO ELMORE A. J. SMITH Paelflo Coast Ag«it 1228-30-32 S. FlKueroa mU lA>m AnmtUm, Oal. •^A^jt^ 1907 Models W.K. Cowan ■SL'sSSSST*. ' : Dolsoa and Mora Motor Cars J. F. M'NAUGHTON; % Southern California Agent,, X* ' Til SOUTH gPIUWQ ST. .W n (the Angelus Motor Car Company Solicit your repair work and «tor- as«. Wo marantee to «We satla- ('otloß and a aquare deal. Open day aIMI Xn'qßM'* MOTOB CAB OOj'^ • M 11»*U«' Kaat'ThlrtfTlt-; V.Home «B1». Buneet Main lMiy- , . ■" "- - *' ' ' ,'S^ t^^^^^^^ m fwAWE^Eiir WAX W Ji Ami Ranboau <• * H. P.. •««• «• •»•»• ft^.. H HB J?A A ? r0«0..L. l*t-lt*S 80. Main Street " The Michelin Tire KAMOUS THROUGHOUT TH» ■•• :/ WORLD. * *:.«;.'*. KMm Im Fraaee as th* Tea Tb»umb« . Mile Tlra JOHN T. DILI, at CO. / i ■o California DUtrlbuters. 10th — d Malm Streets ~ Palma Heights NtwMt and beat of oloee-ln prppertlee. ! Only to minutes' ride from the bu»lnM* center. Bin lota. Low Prl< a e«.|MttUH| JANSS COMPANY Owner? Suit* SOU. Uuluu iriul Uld«. Carae« ITourtb and •«<!>•.