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PHILADELPHIA JACK O'BRIEN WILL BE A BUSY MAIN
O'BRIEN HAS
TRIPLE TASK
BEFORE HIM
Must Do Some Lively
Glove Work
Shortly
Ring Devotees Do Not
Manifest Much
Enthusinin
Philadelphlan Will Not Gain Glory by
Knocking Out His Three Oppo.
nents, Though the Attempt
Is Something New
Despite a jocular mood In which the
O'Brlen-three-man nffair. scheduled for
tomorrow lliKht, has been taken by the
puhiic in general there undoubtedly
exists interest 11? to whether or not
the Phlladelphlan )ms set himself a
problem that Will be a trifle too difficult
for him to solve.
The trouble Is that O'Brien will pot
receive much credit Rhnubl he dispose
of the men in question, All ot them
ore so inferior to O'Brien in every
thing that pertains to ring craft that
the foxy Quaker will not be a i> cipiem
of genuine applause.
The chances are inn to 1 that if
O'Brien easily Bends his nun to sleep
boxing in Los Angeles will nol he
prlven a boost. If he trifles things will
be equally ns bad. Should lie nol suc
ceed he will lose much of the prestige
that would fit well as the time for the
Burns affair approaches. On the whole
the affair does not loom up with un
usual brightness.
It is very difficult to make predic
tions as to which man may prove th"
harder for O'Brien. Many appear of
the opinion that George Brown stands
a great show of going the distance.
Local followers of the spori have not
witnessed George accepl stinging pun
ishment such as O'Brien is capable uf
inflicting.
The Turk is like a bull where Strength
is concern. -.1, but he should appear us
a dunce with O'Brien dancing around
him.
Jim Tremble, if In the mood, may
make a determinod stand. He was in
clined to loaf during his last battle
■when he met Brown, and entered the
rinpr hog fat. Jim has gone nine
rounds or so with O'Brien, though he
can hardly be given credit for making
such a stand, as the Quaker failed to
open until the eighth.
Added to the Robinson-Manning
match is ;i prel/mlnary between Kid
Barry and Jimmy Hanlon, an eastern
boy who comes with apparently a good
record. He Is said to be ;i mixer from
the word fro and should give Barry a
rough time.
PITCHER ED WALSH
PROVES A WONDER
Hip Ed Walsh of the Chicago Amer
icans has another claim to fan •■ aside
fr.>ni being a matinee Idol and the star
pitcher i.f the world's champions.
It is indeed seldom that w. a Willie
Keeler, the hard-hitting right fielder
of the New York Americans, fans out.
Only twice last season did Keeler wend
his way Lack to the bench on strikes
and both times Walsh caused him to
■whiff three times.
Keeler has gone through bcvoi
of his biK league can er without strik
ing out. and had it not been for Walsh
and his "spit" ball (w might have re
peat. ! the feat last season.
Up and until July Keeler had n clean
record and it looked as if he might a"
through without a black spot. It waa
on Sunday, in that memorahle n-to-O
ten-lnning battle between Walsh and
Chesbro, that Keelor lumped Into the
list of strikeouts, Just four flaj
"Walsh repeated the !'• at In a game
at New York.
Ii v„s the ■ lush ■ "ppll " I
caused Willie to down to '1.f.. I
No other pitch! r BUi i' • I. 1 i 11
I ■ y W'illi. durl
LONG BEACH DRIVING
CLUB TO HOLD MEET
Special to The Hi mid
ING BEACH, Feb. '-'". The flr'nt
driving; races ever held In Long Reach
will bo run on the strand Friday after
noon between Linden avenue and a
point on the sand In from of H. I-:.
Schroder's residence, Thu official pio
gram has not been arranged; but there
vlll be three races, all mixed.
< me of the events will be v lie-fir
all ami several Los Aiiki hoi'Hus uuiy
bo entered In this rare. The affair Tsiil
bc given by the Long L)< hi Driving
club, Just organized, E. Ij. llerdman
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A PECULIAR spectacle will be wit
nessed at Nuud Junction pavilion
t rrow nißlit when Eddie Rob
inson and Billy Manning, both near
tile half century mark, meet for a
scheduled ten round bout.
Manning was in his time a marvel
ously strong "rough house" fighter,
ACADEMICS WIN
FROM OCCIDENTAL
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS VICTORS
AT BASKETBALL
Feature of First Half Proves to Be
the Fast Play of Rogers — Bris.
tol Makes Several
The orange and black of Occidental
college wont down to defeat yesterday
afternoon before the blue and white of
Los Angeles high school when the
boys' basketball teams of the two
schools met on the high school court.
Although the work of the college lads
in the first half promised an Interesting
game, their efforts appeared to weaken
ln the second part of the panic, and
the final score stood 30 to 18 in favor
of the high school boys. Almost two
hundred rooters of both schools cheered
the play.
The feature or the first half was
Rogers' goal shooting. At forward he
made fourteen of the seventeen points
scored by Los Angeles high in the half.
The Occidental boys wore held down to
fifteen.
ln the second half Powers, who had
been sllgthly Injured, left the field and
Bristol was substituted. He made sev
eral long distance field goals that sent
the rooters wild with enthusiasm. Oc
cidental substituted Trask for Bear in
this half.
The lineup was as follows:
OCCIDENTAL" L. A. HIGH.
MeKenncy forward Rogers
1 . . ■ir forward,;;. Faulin <C.)
i "arver . centor Powers
Avers (C.) gunrrl Mnddnx
l>.itie Ku.-ir.l Morgan
t'mplrc — Ruth.
FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS
Uy AMsoolatod Pross.
NEW Hi;]. CANS, Feb. 20.— Fair
grounds nits:
Six furloi ■■• X ' Bfirhof won, No
Quiirtfr .... ,i [, Royal Jionci third;

| Four furiongs— Convcnlont won,
nromsp socond, Lieut. Coster third;
time 18 3-5.
Mi!.'. Bc-llinjr— Tom Txiian won, Ora
nadn secondi Tinker third; time 1:42 '.'-:>.
Five furlongs, handicap— Toboggan
won, l: 'JVdcllneton second, Jilvouao
third; time I 02.
Mil,. and quartern Mahogany
I won, lir. Young second, Marvin NV.il
! third; tlmo 3:00.
| Mil,. BPlllnff— Arnbo yon, PrHo of
i AVnodstock second, Ued '"oat third;

I Mile and lloii-sixti'inths— .ady Xl
• Ilson won. Canyon second, St, Noel
; | third; tlmo 2:02 1-S.
GAKLAWN RESULTS
]ly Associated Press.
HOT IPHINOH, Ark., Feb. 20.— )u>-
Hults;
T iin-c and a half furlongs— KrebuH
un, Waterlock m ■ mi i. Williams IHh-
Hdt third; tlme :-i:t.
I Six fuilonKS— Doc Kyle won. Dr. Left
Huffman second, It. Vagrant third; J
time 1:15.
I Mile, Hullli Atlas won, Check Mor
gan second, Teimylnirn third; timo 1:44.
Mil, — r.. ■■i or won, Skyward second,
Foxhall third; tlmo 1:41
Mil» and an BlKhth— [mbodi won,
Lineal second, Lainpadroma third;
tinii 1:65,
Mile and an nighth— Doyle won. Cur.
sus second, I '■' ■<> uighi third; time
l ;B4 3-5.
His Formula
Maud— George told me that if \
Wouldn't ha .•■ him he would Kill him
self iii despair.
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LOS ANGFXKS HERALD! THURSDAY MORNTNG. FERRUARY 21. 1907.
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though no one has accused him of great !
cleverness. For this reason many aro '
Willing to back him against Robinson. :
Those who claim to know and are gen- ,
orally rated as keen Judges will go to ■
Robinson for all they are worth. i
The word has been passed that Eddie I
will win In a walk and there is ii i
strong probability that every cent of 1
MARYSVILLEON EDGE WITH
FIGHT ANTICIPATION
MARTSVILLE, Feb. 20.— Never be
fore In the history of flghtdom In this
part of the state has an event mani
fested the interest as that of the ap
proaching carnival which is to be held
in this city on the afternoon of Wash
ington's birthday.
Uufe Turner is confident of his
• haiiees for victory and is leaving noth
ing undone to condition himself. The
shady boy from Stockton is out on the
road brlsht and early every morning:
and in the afternoon devotes his atten
tion to the work in the gym.
Since his arrival in this city he has
made many friends among the local
followers of the fistic game and from
the present outlook some good heavy
wagers will be made on him.
He is a well put up lad and has a
wallop stowed away In each mitt that
would bring home the bacon. He is
being assisted In his training work by
his brother-in-law, Joe Fitz, Jim Brad
ley and young Hem.
"Cyclone" Thompson, who is riuite
well known to tho sports of this city,
also has a. large following here. He
is a fighter of the slugging type and
has a kick in both mitts. The fights are
in be pulled off In a large tent and the
first preliminary event will be staged
at 3 o'clock on the afternoon of the 22d.
WHAT WILLIE KEELER SAYS
Willie Keeler of th.» Now York Amprl
cans, ono of tlio most sf'ipntific bn tiers
the game has ever produced and ono
made tho art of hitting- a life
long study, makes the following sugges
tions for the benefit of amateurs:
Never —
Draw back your foot and st^yi away
from the ball.
Bend the back foot or shift its posi
tion as the ball approaches.
Lunge al the ball as if trying to make
a home run.
strike at every ball that in thrown.
Kubber a 1a 1 thi other players.
i... . yum nerve after two strikes.
Walt for Instructions if you see a
chance to win Uip game.
Alwnys —
tho ball bo ii will not pop up in
the air.
Step Into the ball and meet it with
your whole weight '>m your front foot.
Thin puta your whole weight lino the
blow.
Watch the ball from the time it leaves
the pitcher's hands,
Hit at thf good balls only. Don't bo
:<>us. wait and you i a n rap out
! ones.
Get Into ynur position quickly when
your Bide is out. show life.
EMERYVILLE ENTRIES
Bpi ■i.i to Tl ■■ Herald
OAKLAND, Feb. 20. X ryvllle en«
tiles for Thursday, Feb. 21:
First race, I furlongs, s.-liini;. 4-year
rilds— Kunliciir, 109; llmore, 102; (Jane
Taylor, 112; Adena. 100; Lady Adelaide,
H .i; Sand Piper, 112; Brook Leaf, 112; Ban
Hornon, 118: Rathmont, l«9; Huskey, 113;
Hustler. 112; Elephant Jack, 112.
Second race, 5 longs, lalllng, fillies,
3-ywir-olds May Pink, 110; Lugano, 110;
Culla. 110; Podcadera, 110; Carmanla, li";
.Miss Turtle, no; Azusa, ,•,. Cachet, 106;
( alendar. LOB; Maud McO., 105; Jill. 100;
Lnirlna h'ltaßibbon 110,
Third raco, l'» miles. s^Uintr, 4-ye;ir-olds
and up— Chorine, 11)9: Vlncentlo, 114;
Honnr, 118; Komoka, 119; Daniel >' , 111;
Cardinal Bartn, 110: The Mlssuiirian, 1 11 ;
Royal Hi .I in;; Nabonagsur, 119; Busy
lice, W; Ink, ll'.l.
fourth raie, mile, nelllnß, 3-year-old*—
I»uk«iI I»uk«i of Orleans, i" ! . Hlkncho ' '„ 107;
I 'Hirystroet, W~; llokuiii. It*; >'i;erli-ss
Lass, l" -; '!'"■ Kllbort, 9; Little Mm
ister, lU'; Treasure Keeker, 11^; Doc
(Vai«, 109j Alario, 108: Vlnton 109.
Fifth race, 1 l-|ij miles, selling, 4-year
nlils and ui>— Tho Borglan, 107; Ed Sher
idan, 108; Anvil, 10ti; Andrew Mack, lU>;
runt. , rnt-tt, 07; Silver Wedding, 101;
W li. Oaten, loj; St. George, Jr., 106;
Holla. 99; Capt Bush, 102.'
Sixth raoi-, 7 furloncs, purse, mares. 3
year-OldS and np-I'rlnrcas Tltanla, 102;
ilthol liny. 102! (.'lriudll«ht, 107; Grace <■»•.
fjj Laura K. M., 1"7; i.'iiith Jan ■ I*9.
Will Power
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Manning coin will be covered at any
old odds.
Even money has abounded, but Rob
inson people are laughing up their
sleeves that the picking is so good.
lt is known for a certainty that Man
ning was urged to make the match for
the purpose of placing him In a posi
tion where a bet could be placed against
his chances.
SHEEPSHEAD BAY TRAINERS
SHIP TO BENNINGS
Trainers at Sheepshead Bay are al
ready preparing to ship to Washington
for the Bennings spring meeting. The
winter has ben such an open one at
the Bay that the horses are far ad
vanced, and the finishing touches can
be put on in a short time at the Ben
nings track.
The first trainer to leave is Farmer
Bill Scully, who shipped eleven head.
In this lot there are the 3-year-old Pins
and Needles, and the following 2-year
olds, which were purchased at tho
yearling sales last summer: Zolllenffer,
bay colt Senipronlouß-Zellitic; Norbit,
bay colt by Inspector B-Varnish: Won
der Worker, hay colt by Sorcerer-Lulu
H.; Jiles Johnson, bay colt by Mon
tana-Amelia Fonso; Bob Gray, brown
colt by Maxo-Bavarla; Phoebe Snow,
buy filly by Peep O'Day-Regalia 11,
and the following unnamed youngsters:
Gray colt by Masseta-Izeyl, bay colt
by Rainbow-Lady Premier, chestnut
filly by Coinpute-Reglnallia.
Trainer James Roue of the J. Ti.
Keene stable has returned from lit.
Clemens Springs, when., he has be^n
treated for rheumatism, He will take
charge of the extensiv.. string of Keene
horses now quartered at Sheepshead
Bay.
WANT HILL IN
PARK CUT DOWN
Property Owners in Sunset Park
Think Their View Is Obstructed
by Tree-Covered
Knoll
Property owners near Sunset park
asked the Dark commissioners yester
day whether it was not possible to cut
away a hill which the landscape artists
of the department ure covering with
trf-i-'s, (lowers ami shrubbery.
It -vvas argued that tho hill cut oft
th<? views to and from tho fine homes
In the neighborhood.
Library Director Marschutz was
Bpeaker for the owners, and he urged
that the change be ma.it- now, There
a]-,, low sections In the park where
noli could be dumpe I.
Superintendent Morley and the com*
mlaslonera, Humphreys and Rushton,
iv) re delegated by Mayor Hari.fr to ac
company Mr. Marschutz out to the
bi .iic to study wiiat is best to do,
CHUTES PARK MANAGER
ACQUITTED OF CRUELTY
Owing t" the fact that expert testi
mony could not be secured In regard
in v . it constituted cruelty t.> animals
in the lya of the caro of elks, Manager
Ueahy ol Chutes purk was found not
guilty on the charge In Police Justice
Chnmberß' court >• unlay afternoon
and was i< teased.
Ti,.- «lki In the obbi are said to have
i ii .(.iiiin.u in a Hinall Incloiure and
vi it not given pro] r care.
Leahy wag arrested on a complaint
■worn to by officers of the Humane so
ciety.
DR. LASKER WINS AT CHESS
By AMoelatsd Prei
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 20.— Tho
fiKhth championship chess game be*
tween Pr. Lasker mid Frank J. Mar
sliull, which wan adjourned Tuesday
night after forty-nine moves bad been
made, was won tonight by Dr. Lasker.
Dr. J.askcr has won four games and
four have been drawn, He must win
eight games to retain the champion
ship.
Everything you want you will find la
the rl.-iKslik-il pago a modern oucyclo-
VicJlu One cent a wold.
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tier the quarrel which resulted in
taiik of a tight Manning did not evi
deuce an over anxiety to sign articles
unless a sufficient purse was forth
coming.
With apparent friendship in order
Billy made his deposit not realizing
that he was playing the part of a dupe.
There will be a sore crowd in town
if Manning wins.
SEEK WITNESS
IN REID CASE
McKinley's Preliminary Examination
on Charge of Shooting His Aged
Uncle Will Be Finished
Today
Preliminary examination of William
J. McKinley, charged with an assault
with Intent to commit murder upon Ills
aged uncle, William Reid, will be fin
ished today before Justleo Pierce of
the township court and It will then bo
decided whether McKinley will bo freed
or whether he will have to face trial
in tho higher court.
The assault is alleged by the state
to nave occurred at Reid's cotiape on
a rnneh owned by him Just outside the
western limits of the city, December
14. It is alleged that McKinley went
to his uncle's home on that night and
knocked .it the door. Held testified
that he opened the door and that his
nephew quickly entered and seized him,
throwing him hack against his bi il and
firing two bullets Into his face as he
stood and two more as he dropped to
the frrouinl praying for mercy.
Three blood-stained bullets were pro
duced in court yesterday by Reid, Who
is over 70 years of age. lie testified
that the bullets were fired into the roof
of his mouth at the time of his nephew's
assault and that two days later they
worked their way through and dropped
into his mouth.
The bullets were 22 caliber and fire.i
from a revolver. Detectives yesterday
testified that when they searched Me-
Kinley's room they found a revolver
of that pattern In his trunk and that
the weapon had five empty cartridges
in It.
The officers further testified that Mc-
Kinley had denied the existence of the
gun until it was produced and shown
him, when he had slated that ho had
bought the weapon years before ami
had Corgotten it.
A witness is wanted to complete the
ease for the prosecution and efforts .ira
l>. ins? male to have him In court thib
morning.
ROBSON BESTS MURPHY
By Asßoclnted Proas,
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 20.— Spike
Robson vi England had a slight ad
vantage over Tommy .Murphy of N<-w
York In their six round tifrht before
the National Athletic club tonight.
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ASCOT I'tliK, Feb. liaKVTV-iKIHMI HAY. Men I her Henri trnik
fnnt. A. \\\ Unmllliin. presiding Jml«n .1. 11. .11 num. «<nr<rr.
4274 27 riHST KACi:-SV4 furlonßs; 2-yenr-olil mal«len«; nolllna.
"•*• I'-lItST RAC« m furlongs; L'-yrMi-nM mMldons; WHIM
Hi. lioiae Age. \V i Jockey. iHt-Jj! \Z ~\ wi. Kin. [up TX
'".' Adrian ("li«i kocrner 1.. 7. *' „ I 2 i "'■.■ Pi h-S
4 07 Snapdragon (tn2) Hrusgel 8 : '■■ *•> 7 M
.. llono 11,. i.. | in.., i Preston 7 .. . ,'i 1 811 6 I
I 3*o -li i-U . • s Thrush CM Illalr 6 :. '■■ 4 1 10 '15
' Hi; Ciitinfllnn (102) I. Maul- I i.i " | b 6 7
3 9? Kuroilo iie.o t Inti 10 in I b I I
lie Mnmll (in.. i PlflClier I (9 M 15 3d
:U: U I'lnyfiil Hoy (1074) llnrllke 9 .. .. .. 6 1 B', 18 4 «
" i i:.i DnvlH ii"..i 11. Smith ti |', I.; 20 20
•M Tallt-n (IQ2) m. n.Mii -\< 2 .. .. .. ;i i in 1.. !•'»
Tlmo-2l«t, II At pout .i minutes. Oft 1:51. Valun t.i winner $325. Winner
J>r. c. Albert-. .ticy Atlelnlde. iimvi 11. T. Urlflln. gtnrl K<»'d. Won raslly
Second driving. Overweight I'lnyftil liny 2,4 His. Aclrlun 3 tit B place, out show.
Bnnpdrnffnn ft to I place, KVt to 1 show, Iteno 4 la I show, Adrian assu I nil
early lrml, easily iioliMmk opponent* Hnfc llnal sixteenth. BnapdraiKon In louk
ttretoh drive Unshed resolutely. Rebel under whip nil llniil eighth run good rai .
fuitaliliiK fast nnil slinnlil Improve. .
4 28 SECOND RACK < furlonm 8-year-o!il «, Blleti Belling.
in. Homo. Age. _ \y t. Jockey. , Si. h~_ Hi \ St" Kill. _ |up. t.l.'
ani /i.iiii.i (107) , i)i'u»M«i' 3 i i\i 11 .. f2% lh " 30 ii
4.'14 .'1 Illusion lift) McDanlel lln 2 2 .. 2 i', a 2 Wi, ' M 2
1 01 Budapest (107) llndtk.« 0615 i .. 4H 31 10 16
21 D Winsome VVsys (107) Him 1 » 3 3 i .. 3 % A p., 3-2 4-f.
3 91 l'onemah (107) Carroll ,7 7 .. « l 5 h 12 20
40\ Km her II (li'J) Preston 5 41 4 3 .. 62 in ♦ 20 10
l I'M Vliinrwliiii iliii'i Klm-her I ti ii fin ..7 7 20 30
Time— 29Vi, 1 .... 1:15^. At pout 2 minutes, off 2:19. Value to winner $325
Winner b. I Vvoolsthnrp-Zcflca, Owner O. D, Muiin. Start good. Won driving,
Second pnslly. Scratched Lady Kitty, .MHiir. Jodie S. Zellna i to l place, 8 to 5
show. Illusion 1 to .' place, out show, UtKlapesl ii lo ii show, /.ellim had to bo
driven out to the limit to withstand Illusion's closing chßllcnn. Latter stand
lngI Ing lust eighth drive gamely was fast wearing down winner in closing strides,
Budapest (Mine fast tiii.il eighth, llnlshlnit With ri»ll.
4 29 THIRD RACK— mile; 3-yonr-olds; fell Ing.
ln._llor»e. arc. Hi, Jockey. |St. ' 4 \, -,' 4 at. Fin. |Op._ Cl.
4 08 First Peep (100) ..Preston B 7 3 1 2 2 li i"3 7-5 '2
11.111 1 1.11 l'.bn.iaie line.) Brussel 1 :ih i 1' 2 4 1 In 11 6 3
4 22 Irish Mail (102) J. Harris 2 21 In Ili 2 2 3Hi li I
1 ;•',!> Itniil.-iil.-i (100) C. Hue?! 7 li n 7 82 5 1 4 1 I !'■■
88 St. Edgar (106) Fischer] 3 In 2 1 .1 2 3 2 5 1 Sit 13
8 68 St. Albans (102t McDnnlol t! 5 1Mb fill 5 l' 3 64 84 8 8
l:'ii Lord Hosslnpton (lifi) ..J. UenneSHOyl 1 4 n -1 h 7 7 7 12 lti
Time— 50. 1:18, 1:I2U- At post '.; minute, off 2:4lV*. Value to winner
826. Winner eh. f. Dieudonne-Dawnlng. owner .1. A, Bennett, start good.
Wen easily. Second lame, Peep 7 to 10 place, 1 to 3 show. Elmdale ii to 5 place,
1 to 2 .show. Mail 4to 6 show. First Peep passed Into an easy lead turning for
hemp anij won as rider pleased, Elmdale closed up ground steadily last quarter
chaking off Mali final 75 yards, Mail showed speed for six furlongs hut tired
when pinch citnic
4«504 «50 FOURTH HACK -1 mile; 8-year-olds and up; selling.
i In. lloife. arc. Wt. Z Jockfcy.M. ;4; 4 >,* ~t St. • Kin. |Up. "UT
, 1418) sti.essi -l, 1 (109) ....McDnnlel 22 3 2 1 2 4 11 fix ] 3 3
4 .'0 Bologna, .'■ (107) Kunzl ii 1 % 12 1 h 23 2 1 16 40
1 20 Mountebank, a (108) Butwell 1 8H 3 1 34 3 2 8 h 180 80
41 i. Line of Life, it (107) J. Harris 7 6 2 5 3 5 6 13 4 1 7-5 11-10
si.ls si.1. 1 Woodthorpe, 5 (112) Preston 5 1 4 13 14 5 2 6 1 20 10
10 Gold Spot, 6 (1071 Neubert 8 8 7li 7 3 78 66 20 ."in
l OS Revolt, a (l".i Koerner 37 1 D 2hi 6n 7ti 3 3V4
"jr. .i.i. k Little, r, 1 inn 11. Smith! Ifi 1 s s s ,\ | -,(i im*
T ime—2 s, 49, 1:15, 1:42';. At post 1 minute. OtT 3:16. Value to winner $325.
Winner eh. K. Alntree-Clara. Owner J. M. Stokes, Start good Won drfvliic!
Second handily, Scratched Col. Bronston Stoessel 7to 10 place, out show. Bo
lognfl 10 to 1 place, 3 to 1 show. Mountebank 5 to 1 show. Stoegftel hail to be
driven out to limit closing strides to withstand Bologna's closing rally. Uologlin
rallied fast ilnnl ~i> yards next rail, nnlsblna: strongly. Mountebank in long
stretch drive Just managed to save third ;ilnce.
4314 31 FIFTH RACE— furlongs: 8"-year-olds an.i up; selling.
ln.I In. Horse. Age. Wt. Jockey. St. t4t 4 ij, _ 4 St. Kin. |Up. Cl
41"4 1" Bauble, 4 (lift) Koernerl" 6 72 5 n .. 4h 1 h I 4~7
4 16 Tim Hurst, (i (116) McDnnlel 5 5h J'i .. lh 2 2V4 2U !>-5
8 93 Denning*". » (112) Preston 3 32 1 h .. 3 1 ,1 li; 15 l'
4 05 Little Gregg, a (112) Hrussel 4 44 72 .. 5 2 in 15 25
3 71 Beautiful and Best, li (116) w. Knapp lib 22 .. 2 h 5 5 ! « .'.
4 20 Kinsman. B (116) Fischor S Sh 8 1 .. XI 63 15 30
Til". Parting Jennie. 8 (HOi ltutwpll 9 9 9 .. '.< 7u 50 lift
1 58 Khimenthnl. a (1121 ...J. Hennessey 2 21 4 M .. 7h 81 • 50 100
j ."A.', Slippery. :', < 1 0- ' > I. Harris 7ii 3 ■', V.. ■■ till 11 9-5 2
Time— 24Vi, 4S\, l!l44«. At post «4 minute, Off 1 !:47H- Value to winner $325
Winner br. m. Ornament-Halo. Owner L. Landry A Co. Start good. Won driv
ing. Second easily. Scratched Falstaft, Antara. Bauble ■-' to 1 place, 4 to 5
show. Hurst 4 to T. place. 2 to 6 show. Desmages 7 to 5 show. Bnuble under sharp
punishment finished resolutely, wearing down Hurst In closing strides. Hurst was
unable to withstand winner's closing challenge, Desmages forced a sharp
puce first hnlf but tired irnder whip lnsl sixteenth.
4 32 SIXTH RACE-6 furlongs; 4-year-olds and up; selling.
ln.I In. Horse, ak^- Wt. ~ Jockey.i St. '4 Vj _ Si. Fin. up i'l
4004 00 Tnxer, 1 5 ' (107) T. Dean 6 43 8 ',(. .. 84 l~2Vi 2Vi" Jl,J 1 , •
3 63 Belle of Portland. 6 (105). ... C. Ross 8 In 1 1 .. 11 2 h 2 2
4 03 Lillian Ayres. 6 (10b) J. Harris 1 1 6 1 6 1 .. « 2 3 2 3 '■>
1 73 Verltns Ylll.lt. 4 (107) McDanlelill 11 2 11 1 .. 74 4 1 10 12
.. LibertinilP, 4 (110) \V. Knapn 4 2 5 2 2.. 2Vi 5 n « 12
.. Manera, 4 (105) 11. Smith! 5 3 1,4 4 % •• S 1 6 8 20 40
3 KI Welker, 4 (107) Roland 2 si S»A .. r. h 7 1 30 25
2«32 «3 Avalon, 4 (110) Rut well I 7 5h 5 n .. 4h *■ h 15 .12
3843 84 Comas 4 (107) Radtkfilll in h 10] .. 92 Oh 20. 12
1 03 Myrtle I).. 4 (105) Fischer]!) 9 1 '.< '<- .. 10 1 10 V 450 100
191 19 Beeves, a (107) Mrirssoll 8 "h 7 1 .. 11l 116 15 12
:*.<■ Rain Cloud. 4 (105) I'reston in 12 12 ■■ 12 12 : 3'> 30
Time— 23»i, 47%, 1:01%. At post 1 minute, Off 1:16. Value to winner $326. Winner
eh. g. Hastlngs-Toscana, Owner W. T. Anderson. Start good. Won easily. Sec
! r-nd driving. Scratched Tramotor. Americano, mil Montgomery. Taxer even
place. 1 to 2 show. Portland 4 to 6 place, 2to 6 show. Ayres I to 5 show. Taxer
finishing with great sprint easily passed Portland last 75 yards. Portland tired
fast when challenged by winner. Ayres came with rush at end, would have
been second in a few more strides. 'Apprentice allowance. •
FALL IM
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