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THREE SHORT-PRICED BIRDS
REWARD TALENT •
MAGAZINE WINS FROM CRESTON
Carman* Colt Allowed to Go to Post
•'■ at Good Price and Scores.
BY J. G. GRIFFIN
TWO real favorites and one that
shared the honors of first choice
with another horse In the same
race came to the front yesterday, and
w-hIU the card was not the classiest of
, the meet by a long ways the sport was
all to the good and more than pleased
the large midweek crowd In attendance.
Th first of the series of .100 purse
and handicap events which will be put
on each week was slated as the fourth
number on the card, and Magazine, at
the liberal price of 5 to 2, gathered in
the pot for K. F. Carman. Burns gave
the winner one of his good rides, and
was half a length In front of Creston
at the wire, Rosegal getting a poor
pilotage from Martin and finishing
Because of her victory over Colonel
Bob the other day Rosegal was made
opening favorite, with 7 to 5 as the
good price. A plunge on Creston sent
the odds on De Annan's colt from 6s
to 4 to 1, and Rosegal slid up to even
terms with Magazine, 5 to 2 being the
prevailing figures. Sir Edward met
with a play at 6 and 5 to 1, and Pre
tension stock was quoted at 6s.
Rosegal went out of the seven fur
lcng chute rather far back, but Martin
had his luck with him and rushed the
Ally through on the rail, being second
to Creston at the quarter. Creston was
shuffled back and Rosegal and Maga
zine went out like a team, the former
bailing for two furlongs and then al
lowing the Carman trick to go to the
front. Pretension was close up turning
. for home, with Creston fourth, but the
latter stood a drive better and ran
Magazine to half a length at the wire,
with Rosegal another half length back
to be a head in front of Pretension, and
ail four driving hard.
Livius Finishes Well
One of the grandest stretch runs
made this year was shown by Llvlus,
the 4 to 5 favorite for the fifth race.
•Way out of it at the turn for home
Burns brought the Walhauser repre
sentative to the front with a rush and
got up In time to win by a length from
Dazzle, with Badly Used third. Llvlus
. was going like a cyclone at the end, and
the others never had a chance to get
mar him when he hit the real going.
Burns let Livius take his time, and
at the first quarter of the mile and a
quarter trip he was absolutely. Little
by little he began to pick up the bunch,
and at the head of the stretch was in
sixth place, with Dazzle and Badly
Used, which were out in front all th->
way, still fighting for what looked like
the long end of the purse. When set
down Livius tore through like a bullet.
Dazzle coming away from Badly Used
to get the show change.
Duke of Brldgewater upset the calcu
lations of the form players by driving
up at the end of the six furlongs to
wear down the 1 to 2 favorite, Har
court, and win by a nose in the first
race. Schilling's mount had no excuses,
and was simply not up to the job of
cashing the tickets. Henry of Shenna
mere, making his first start here, was
short a race and could do no better
than third, the others being clear out
of it all the way.
Harcourt got a nice break and Im
mediately went out in front, leading
Duke of Brldgewater by a length at
the turn for home. The Duke was not
to be denied and hooked up with the
favorite an eighth out, gradually get
ting up until his nose was in front a>
the wire. Henry if Shennamere, after
being close up, tired in the final furlong
and was nearly four lengths behind the
place horse. ripohn showed a little
early speed, but was not there when
the running began.
Schilling's habit of winning the baby
races was again in evidence when he
piloted Hampass, third choice In the
betting, home ahead of Madeline Mus
grave and Corlel, t> new one from Hi *
Long stable. The race'was without In
i lent, the winner breaking in front
and leading all the way, being followed
by Madeline Musgrave. Corlel came on
from fourth place when High Ormonde
stopped and was half a length in front
of Ban Rose, which finished with a
Taylor George Again
Taylor George, after a nice long rest,
was made an even money favorite for
the seven-furlong event down for dis
cussion as the third number, and In a
sharp drive with Gossiper II kept his
head in front to win by a narrow mar
gin. Sink Spring was seven lengths
away to take the small end of things
| from Merllngo by a head. Chippewa
I and Confederate, both fancied around
4 to 1, were way back, the latter being
out of the hunt all the way.
* Ross lay behind the pace furnished
by Gossiper and Chippewa for the first
' half, but Taylor George was moved up
at this point, and at the stretch turn
-• was leading Gossiper by a length, Chip
"■■ pewa still third. When It came to the
i- run only the front' two figured, and
Ross put his mount over to score by a
-' head. Sink Spring came from seventh
place and got by Merllngo In the last
i Slippery, neglected In the betting and
allowed to go from 6 to » to l, took the
: . closing i number from Aunt Polly and
Teacress in a rousing finish, the first
three being noses and heads apart.
Marion Rose was first choice for the
-y'tveni, but was bumped back early and
y lever had a look-in. ■■:■'■
The start favored Slippery and Aunt
HERALD'S SANTA ANITA FORM CHART
SANTA ANITA, Jan. «. IMS.—FORTIETH DAY, Weather clean track fast.
B SANTA ANITA, *."3. 1908.—FORTIETH DAY. Weather clears track fast.
iV. Ha lilt.in, presiding judge: X, Ilwyer, starter.
24ft FIRST RACE-* furlongs: nurse $400; 3-year-olds. ■
Index Horse and Owner. |Wt. |St. % hi % Mr. Fin. .Jockey. _| Op.l CI.
222 Dk Brldgewater, Chlnn.... 100 J 3 In oh th 1n *: Musgrave ... 5-2 8-5
Wl Harcourt. Thomas 112 j 1 I I 11 11 2 Schilling 1-8 1-3
.... H. of Shennmere, Carman 109 | 5 4 h In 35 3lt Bonis 12, 30
63 Spohn, Anderson 109 12 3 3 ( H 41 4 l'i.Vosper 100 100
.... Brawl, Uriflln 109 i 4 530 540 630 620 Mclntyre ... 20 50
■ ■■■ Acorn. Oak Farm 109 I 6 6 li 6 6 Finn ' 60 100
Time—l 3. 24. 39, 48, 1:01 1-5, 1:13. At post 3 minutes: oft 1:48. Value to winner $325.
Winner P. T. China's b. g. 3, Brldgewater-Crown; trained by owner. Start fair; won driv
ing: second and third easily. Duke and Harcourt out place anil show: Shennamere 1-2 show.
Brldgewater finishing stoutly under whip Wore down Harcourt la closing strides. Latter
off flying, showed high turn of speed but weakened suddenly closing strides, shennamere
in long stretch drive tired only final 100 yards. ________■
OAI SECOND RACE-3'_t furlongs; purse 1400; 3-year-olds; selling. (
lndex| Horse and Owner. Wt. Bt. M *tt % -tr. Fin. Jockey. | Op| CI.
1198) Hampass. Thomas I 108 5 .... ~. .... I<i 1 3 Schilling .... 2 18-6
(216) «M. Musgrave, Chlnn 104 1 .... ■. 2h -2 1 Musgrave ... 2,3
If SECOND RACE-3tt furlongs: purse 1400; 2-year-olds; selling, Boland 620
x Hum* nnd Ov. ner. \vi. St. Vi tt % Str Kin. Jockey | Op. |C~
i) H.ini|«_i«7~Tsoma_ — 108 5 .... T7TT .... Itt f~2 Schilling .... 2 18-5
I) *U Murgrave, Chlnn 104 1 Ih 11 Musurave ... 2 2
Corlel, Long 108 6 4h :i tt Roland 6 20
223 "Banrose. Pasadena 5t.... 100 3 7 3 4 2 Martin 10 20
181 High Ormonde, Carman... 108 2 3h 5 1 [Rums 4 5-2
223 Mar. Delorme; Walsh .... 105 7 6 1 6Hi Harty 6 8
.... T. Thompson, Tholl Bros. 109tt 4 8h 7h Morlarlty ... 15 100
198 Orphan liny. Bennet 108 8 6 _, 8 3 Preston 30 li
198 Stroke, llildreth 112 10 9 1 lh Dugan 15 20
■I Col. Dick. Schrelber 108 It ..103 10 3 Finn ........ 30 40
li.' Pallas. Griffin 105 9 .... 11 11 Mclntyre ... 30 100
Time—7. 18. 30. 41 3-6. At post 4 minutes; off 2:16. Value to winner $325. Winner R. L.
Thomas' b. a. 2, Hammon-Pass: trained by H. Mel.aniel. start good; won easily; second
same: third driving. Overweight— Thelma Thompson m lbs. Hampass even place. 1-2 show;
Mi-grave 7-10 place, 1-3 show; Corlel 4 show. Hampass after early stretch drive drew away
from Musgrave final sixteenth. Musgrave under whip tired final sixteenth. Corlel finished
strong under punishment. -■■-■ *~~
OA2 THIRD RACE—7 furlongs; purse 1400; 4-year-clds and up; selling.
Index|_H orse and Owner. |Wt. St. jjj jj % str. Fin.| Jockey. | Op.| CI.
Ing under punishment. ....I D 9 131221311 Ih~ Ross 1 1
[O THIRD RACE—7 furlongs; purse 1400: 4-year-dds and up; selling.
■x| Horse and Owner. |\Vt. ISt. !i tt «i Str Fin. | Jockey. Op. j CI.
2lTaylor Oeorge, 6, Offut .... 99~ 1 3 1 2~2 1~2 Vi Th~ Ross 1 i
214 Oosslper 11, 6. Touhey .. 97 5 11 lh 32 33 27 Goldstein ... 10 16
2.12 'Sink Spring. 4, Sears .... 96871 82 73 73 3h Brooks 30 CO
168 Merllngo, 5, Singleton 102 & 4h 4h 5 tt 5 h 4 V, Preston 10 8
176 'Chippewa, 5. Pasadena St 94 7 2h Z h 4 % 3 h 6 24, Martin 3 7-2
227 Confederate, 6, Jennings.. 102 4 81 Oh 61 I li 11 Dugan 4 7-2
(143) Wisteria, a. Mulkey ill 2 6h 7 tt 3 h 4 1 74 Finn 10 15
214 Billy Taylor, a. Stock I 104 j99 9 9 81813 O'Connell ... 300 300
21. | Prestige, 6. Fleur de Lis.. 102 ; 3 6h II 8h 9 9 IBuxton ...... 1001 100
Time— 4-5, 24 1-5. M 1-5, 47 4-5. 1:00, 1:13 3-5, 1:25. At post 2 minutes: off 2:42. Vain
to winner $325. Winner R. T. Offut's br. g. 6, Register- George; trained by W. P.
Maxwell. Start good: won driving; second easily; third driving. Scratched—Golden Shore,
Phil Igoe, Alleviator. Overweight-Hilly Taylor 5. Sink Spring 3. Wisteria 3. George 9-20
place. 1-4 show; Qoestper 5 place, 2 show: Spring 5 show. Taylor had to he driven to limit
a: end to withstand Oosslper's challenge. Latter showed rare gameness under whip, closing
stoutly. Spring in sharp last sixteenth drive nipped Merllngo on post. High price— Taylor
Otorge 13 to 10. ..,,-■'■■
243 FOURTH RACE—7 furlongs; purse $1000; 3-year-olds and up.
Index, Horse and Owner. |Wt. |St hi ',4 V. Str. Fin 'Jockey. I Op. | CI.
231 Magazine, 3, Carman I 107 I 3 3 )1! lh lh IV. Burns 2 5-2
231 Iton, 3, DeArman I » 5 ]tt lh 4 2 4Vi2 '„ Dugan 6 4
(222) Rosegal. 3, Jennings j 9072h In 23 24 In Martin 7-6 5-2
187 Frk. Fllttner. 5, L. A. St 107 ! 2 7ii 8 7 tt 6 tt 41 Preston 20 30
(224) Pretension, a, Chlnn HO 1 In 4 4 3 V; 31 5h Musgrave ... 6 7
(ffil) Sir Edward. 5, Walsh I 112 ! 0 65 68 fir, 5462 Schilling .... 6 6
211 Tim. Wen, 4. Stock 109 4 51 Th 5 1 73 72 Roes SO 60
187 Llsaro, 5, Baldwin | 107 | 8 8 7h 8 8 8 [Harty 10 15
Tlme-12 2-5. 23. 31. 3-3. 46 3-5, 59 2-5, 1:13. 1:21 3-5. At post 3 minutes; off 3:08. Value to
winner $700. Winner R. F. Carman's b. c. 3, Kazagan-Pink Rose; trained by James Blute.
Start good; won driving; second and third same. Magazine 4-3 place. 7-20 show; Creston
even place, 3-5 show; Rosegal 9-20 show. Magazine had to be hustled to limit to withstand
Creston's closing challenge. Latter in a sturdy stretch drive made up ground steadily, fin
ishing resolutely. -gal weakened palpably final sixteenth. High price—Sir Edward 7,
244 FIFTH RACE— miles; purse $400; 4-year-olds and up; selling.
Index Horse and Owner. |Wt. St. Vj *-_■ % Sir. Fin. [Jockey, | Op. [ CI.
2"1 Llvlus, 4. Walhsr. C 0.... 109 7 9 h 10 93 08 11 Burns 7ZZT. ~5
164 Dazzle, a. Webber 11l 633 11 lh 1 tt 23 Dugan 4 7-2
232 Badly Used, a, H. & N.... l_l3 1n 25 26 24 31 Knapp 12 13
232 Elle. a, D»vie3 111142 41 4h Ih 41 Smith 12 12
195 Invictus, a, Gabriel 11l 4 81 Sn 8h 7 tt 51 r os j 6 10
IM. Candlemas, 4, Scott... HI 31n2525 24 is jKnapp 11 13
Elle, a, Davies 11l 1 4 2 4 1 4h 4h 4 1 Smith 12 12
Invlctus, a, Gabriel 11l 4 81 Sn 8h 7 tt 51 Rod 6 10
M. Oanolemas, 1, Scott... 104 2 In 8 tt 5 tt 5 tt 8 8 :_lll!_no 1" 20
190 Sallna. 5, Wh * Wy...... 11">_I 6 52 5h 6 1- 81 7h | Hobart 20 40
190 Pay Me, a. Deck 11l I 1 7 h 7 1 75 91 8h Bolsnd 50 100
225 Ten Row, 4, O. V. Sta.... 106 I 8(1 63 3 h 34 9 4 'Ham* 6 9
223 -dolus, a. Mulkey ...... 115 ilO 10 9 1 10 10 10 IDorsey 100 100
Time—l 3, 24 4-5, 37. 49 2-5. 1:02 1-5, 1:15, 1:28, 1:40 4-5. 1:54, 2:07 1-5. At post 1 minute:
off 3:30. Value to winner $325. Winner F. Walhouser's b. h. 4. Longstreet-Li.-.zie B. II;
trained by owner. Start good; won driving; second easily: third handily. Scratched—Lady
Chlswell. Adonis, El Primero. Overweight—Prestolus 4. Sallna IVi lbs. Llvlus 2-5 place,
out show: Dazzle even place. 1-3 show; Used 6-2 show. Llvlus finished like a shot, getting
up in last few strides. Dazzle finished sturdily under whip. Used tired badly after follow
ing pace closely for nine furlongs.
«w/j SIXTH RACE—SH furlongs; purse $400; 4-year-olds and up; selling. *
Index Horse and Owner. Wt. |St. hi '■■; % Str. Fin.Jockey. | On.l CI.
~217 Slippery. 4, Bonsack ["MS I 8 2 1 2 2 lh fn~" Si hilling .... 6 9
139 [Aunt Polly, a, Denny Bros 107 I 6 12 11 2 3 Ili Dugan .... 3 9-2
219 Teacress. 6, House 107 10 8 114 ? '4 7 J 81 Hum., . 3 9-2
177 I Mar. Rose, 4, Fleur de Ll* 113 | 5 ,3h (Ii 5 1 th Buxtlon .... 8-5 9-5
177 "Annie May, 4, Kelly 98 12 6 ■* 5 > 4 It 68 Medllcott ... 10 16
219 [Nome Lucille, 6. Gabriel.. 107 11 4 1 4 154 3 1 6 3 Ross .... 4 5
174 H. Sherman, a. Thol Bros. j 107 4 10 h 10 8 10 4 7 1 IMllllano .... 10 10
145 Jillette, 5, H& R 107 7 7 1 3h I 'i Ih |Boland 10 10
106 Asora, 5, Wayland 107 8 9 hi 91 8 1 9h |Harty 30 60
' 217 Daisy Frost. 4. Spear .... 103 9 5 h 7 >,_ 9h 10 5 |Musgrave 15 20'
172 Buena, 4, Anderson ' 103 111 » 11 11 [Voßper 30 50
Time— 18 1-5, 29 4-5, 41 4-5, 54 3-5, 1:07. At post 7 minutes; off 4:02. Value to winner
$325. Winner L. A. Bonsack's br. m. 4. Commando-Skim; trained by owner, Start good'
won driving; recond same; third handily. Scratched—Spinstress, Banlada, Korosllany Re
volt, Hlrtle. Slipper 3 place, 8-5 show; Polly 2 place, 4-5 show; Tcacress 4-5 show 'slip
pery In long stretch drive outgamed Polly at end. Polly set fast pace but tired final six
teenth. Teacress in long stretch drive finished gamely. High price— 5, Teacress 6, Buena
60. "Apprentice allowance.
ERRATUM-In race 211 make Pretension's weight 114.
Polly, and they went out to make their
own running, Polly leading until the
stretch turn. Here Schilling brought
Slippery up, and in a hard fight he
managed to keep the Bonsack mare in
front. Teacress was seventh at the
turn, but finished like a wild horse and
was closing on the leaders at every
REDUCE MONEY IN
BIG BABY STAKE
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Jan. 22.—Although ten
days of the Saratoga race meeting
the coming summer are overlapped by
the dates of the Empire City Racing
association's meeting •at Yonkers
track, practically the entire schedule of
stakes offered last summer and in the
most prosperous days of the Saratoga
course will be renewed.
Yesterday at the annual meeting of
the Saratoga association the schedule
for the summertime track meeting was
made up and the offering of stakes and
purses representing a total, estimated
sum of more than $330,000 decided upon.
The chief change was made In the
Great Republic stakes, which was for
two years a $54,000 race. Last season
it was reduced to a $20,000 event. Yes
terday a further change was decided
upon, and while Its general conditions
and distance remain the same, the
Great Republic for 1908 will be a sweep
stakes, with $10,000 added money, still
leaving Jt the chief event of the meet
ing for matured horses.
NEW ORLEANS SUMMARY
E> Associated Pi ess.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 22.—Results:
Three furlongs—Cunning won, Nasturtla
second, Mrs. Sewall third; time :38.
Seven furlongs Lord Lovat won. No
Quarter second, Hal Bard third; time
Six furlongs—E. T. Shlpp won, Apple
Toddy second. Rustle third; time 1:19 2-5.
One mile, the Tulon stakes —Temaceo won,
Angelus second. Sally Preston third: time
Six furlongs—Lens won. Al Muller second,
Tilelng third; time 1:18 2-5.
One mile and an eighth—lvanhoe won,
Terns Rod second. Bestcrllng third; time
SAN PEDRO TIDE TABLE
1901 'AM. P. M. A. M. P. M.
January 28 12:14 6:24 6:68
January 33 ...11:30 .....
January 34 12:64 12:12 (1:19 6:37
January 26 1:33 1:23 IM 7:3
January 28 2:26 2:69 9:00 8:18
January /1 1*33 6:11 10:43 9:41
Jai.uary 88 4:38 1:43 UM 11:04
.•anuary a 8:40 7:43 12:67
January. « ', i;M ■'-. 1:10 12:12 1:44
January 8. 7:28 _ :10 1:07 1:31
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Agent Illinois Central K. R., IU W. Bth
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1908.
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22.—The San
Pablo handicap, which was the event
of the day's racing at Emeryville, was
robbed of much interest by the scratch
ing of Edwin Gum. Deutschland won
as he pleased by over six lengths.
The second race was cleverly won by
False Nun a 30 to 1 chance. The
weather was clear, but the track mud
First race, futurity course, selling May
Amelia, 107 (Miller), 6 to 6, won: Belle of
Iroquois, 104 (Kelley), 16 to 6, second; Bal
Hud, 89 (A. Walsh), 80 to 1, third; time
1:12 4-5. Zellna, Sea Air, Silver Wedding,
Meada, To San and Folnseltla finished as
Second race, three furlongs, purse—False
Nun, 104 (Sandy), 80 to 1, won; Apto Oro,
112 (Miller), 8 to 6, second; Yolo, 89
Klrschbaum), 25 to 1, third. Time ill 3-5.
On Parole, Alice Collins, ('has. W. Hodges,
Prince Ormonde, Schmoozer and Ten Full
finished as named.
Third race, six furlongs, —Mansard,
109 (Soovllle), 7 to 10, won; Captain Bur
nett, 108 (Brady), 25 to 1, second; Import,
62 (Gilbert), 150 to 1, third. ' Time 1:16 3-5.
Burning Bush. Sam Barber, The English
man, Prince Brutus, Jocund, Rose Cherry
anil Ella True finished as named. I
Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth miles,
San Pable Deutschland, 122
(Keogh), 3 to 2, won; John Lyons, 105
(Hayes), 5 to 2, second; Northwest, 97
(Klrschbaum), 2 to 1, third. Time 1:613-5.
Husky and Los Angeleno finished as named.
Fifth race, mile and seventy yards, selling
—Ramus, 112 (Miller), 4 to 5, won; Mld
mont, 105 (McClaln), 40 to 1. second; Warn
ing, 108 (Keogh), 16 to 1, third. Tims 1:5*0.
Excitement, Rosy Light, Mill Song, Lampa
drome, Mina Gibson, Celeres and Blacklock
finished as named. .
Sixth race, seven furlongs, purse—Raleigh,
102 (Rice), 50 to 1, won; Cloyne, 100 (Mil
ler), 9 to 10, second; St. Avon, 110 (Keogh),
18 to 1, third. Time 1:30. Green Goods,
Billy Pullman, Margaret Randolph and
Leonardadale finished as named.
a ■ >
MILLIONAIRES MAY RACE
YACHTS THIS SUMMER
NEW YORK, Jan. 22—A race between
the fast steam yachts owned by/How
ard Gould and William K. Vanderbllt
Jr., is one of the possibilities of the
next yachting season.
Two years ago Mr. Vanderbllt's
Tarantula defeated Mr. Gould's Ni
agara IV over a fifty-mile course, but
it is said the coal on the Gould yacht
was not satisfactory and at that time
Mr. Vanderbllt offered another race.
The contest was not possible last slim
mer, but this summer It is expected
it will take place. ; * ■■..-.*
•The talk. in yachting circles was
aroused by the fact that the Gould
yacht Is having new boilers installed
and , that the Vanderbllt" yacht has
been ordered here from Wilmington, N.
C.;. where it , now/is,! for y extensive
ONLY ONE PURSE RACE CARD
ED AT SANTA ANITA
Close Finishes Should Be Order of
Day, as Many Fast Horses
Will Sport Silks This
BY IRVING B. CLEMENT
Selling platers will have an Inning
this, afternoon, as five of those events
are carded. The other race is for 2
year-olds and a fair bunch will sport
Colors. V "y V fir! y
Such good sprinters as Oriflamb,
Kerry, Turnaway and Hidden Hand
face the starter In the first race, a
five-furlong sprint, and it should be a
hotly contested affair.
Crown Princess will again be seen
under colors arid Mattle Russell. Chllla,
Larry Mulligan and a number of others
should furnish good sport In the baby
There will be some fast running in
the third race, as a nice lot of selling
platers will put up a good performance
and the finish should be very close,
as Klrklleld Belle, Black Mate, Prolific
and Adelbert Belle are speedy and
The fourth race brings forth an or
dinary bunch of platers, _*it as the
start and finish are In front of the
stand the race will be popular and the
public will be able to follow their
choices all the way around the track.
Sainrlda ran a nice race her last out;
so did Bellmence, Avontellus and HI
Albion H. Booger Red, Karoda, Mar
gie D and Aquiline are a few of the
good 3-year-olds that will go a five
furlong route In the fifth race, and if
all get away well from the barrier
the race will be one that is worth go
ing many miles to see.
Maidens Will Start
Ten maidens are carded to start,
and if all report to the starter It will
be a "hoss" race from barrier to wire,
as Billowy, Connie M, Balolee, Maxnal
and Look are scheduled to go.
Dr. Rowell will ship a carload of T.
H. Willitftns' horses next Sunday.
Jockey Miller will accompany them
and will be seen In the saddle here.
Williams will be here on Monday.
Confederate was sore going' to the
post yesterday. Throw out his race
for future calculations. He is ripe for
a melon cutting soon, so tab him.
Rifleman, Clamor and Col. Jack left
yesterday for Oakland to start In the
Burns handicap, the biggest race of
the year on the Pacific coast.
R. F. Carman was as happy as a
schoolboy yesterday after his pet,
Magazine, won the first thousand dol
lar mid-weekl;' pure from Creston. In
cidentally, Carman won a good bet on
Jockey Shilling was fined $100 by
Starter Dwyer in the first race for
breaking the barrier.
Twenty books cut In yesterday, In
cluding two field and a combination
book. Izzy Ham and the H. & H. club
were the newcomers, while Abe Enkel,
Fred Block and McDonald & McCon
nell dropped off.
George Rose left on last night's train
In order to cut In at Emeryville when
the big play on the Burns handicap
begins to trickle In Saturday. Rose
carried some nice commissions from
Santa Anita plungers, who figure the
horses sent up from here as "morals"
for the 110,000.
L. A. A. C. WILL HOLD
MAT FESTIVAL ON FEBRUARY 12
TO BE BEST ON RECORD
Treloar Is Getting Twenty Entrants
Ready for Second Brus
sels Event of the
The shapely Al. Treloar is planning
another wrestling festival for his mat
gladiators at the Los Angeles Athletic
club on the 12th of February, which he
says will eclipse all former perform
ances In the physical culture line ever
held at the home of the Chuckwallas.
Nothing but the Brussels part of the
program Is arranged yet, but if any
of the boxers and sword Jugglers will
come into the entertainment the bill
will be similar to the one when the
club opened house at the beginning of
The light, middle and heavy weight
divisions will be well represented and
most pf the entries are already regis
tered. In the 135-pound class George
Retzer, J. O. Woodruff, H. W. Hincks,
J. W. Ferri, B. G. Gllholm and Roy
Vosburg are entered. H. W. Jilncks is
going to go into the middle weight di
vision also along with G. W. Isaacs, A.
Eldsworth and George Retzer. The
heavy weights, who will go on at 159
pounds and up, are: A. K. Clymber,
F. Sentous, E. A. Cochran and R. C.
Charlie Eyton will render the de
LOCAL BOXERS ENTER
S TATE TOURNAMENT
RUENAN, KAHN AND COULTER TO
REPRESENT L. A. A. C. ■>
Pupils of Van Court Will Try to Cap
ture State Championship at
Bay City on January
Cliff Ruenan, Ivan Kahn and Sam
Coulter of the Los Angeles Athletic
club boxing force have been entered by
Instructor Va. Court to participate In
the contests at San Francisco on Janu
ary 29 and 30. r
Van Court is confident that his un
derstudies will bring home some of the
amateur glove honors. The coast cham
pionship is the principal attraction, and
the local boxers will try to hang up
the trophy whtre It will be handy. I
Ruenan, Kahi: and Coulter have all
established their claims in , amateur
rings In this purt of the state, and will
leave fully qualified to meet the best
there is in ring society.
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Patience—Hear about Richly T
Patrice—No, what now? Run away
with the cook. '
■ "Worse than that! * He's eloped with
tin- nurse of his wife's pet Yonkers
Statesman.' ' '" . '
TODAY'S RACE ENTRIES
FIRST RACE--- furlongs; selling. '-:';'A
202 Oriflamb 107 212 Royal Queen ....102
74 Kerry 104 222 Gaga 104
54 Eonlte 104 127 Hidden Hand ..104
47 Snap Dragon ...108 102 Abraham 104
181 Turnaway 108 49 Wuerzberger .... 101
SECOND RACK— furlongs; purse; 2-year
223 Instant '..102 ... Twin Heart, b. f.
216 Rey el Dinero ..106 Box-Two Heart..lo7
173 Buckthorns 106 1 235 Mat. Russell ...104
186 Copper PrincessllO 235 Chllla IJJ
.... Daisy Thorpe, b.f. 229 Larry Mulligan..
, *--. Woolsthorpe-Dalsy 223 Harry Stanhope.
THIRD RACE-8 furlongs; selling.
2.10 Adelbert Belle. .99 203 Illusion ....99
Proline 96 205 Red Carter 101
M Black Mate 101 230 Al I.lndley 1"!
226 Klrklleld Belle.. 99 (147)Bemay 99
245 Marion Rose ... 99 214 L.. Harrison 11..101
.... Merrill 101
FOURTH RACE-ltt miles; selling.
195 Josles Jewell.... 99 226 Sainrlda 94
238 'Bellmence 91 201 Perry Wicks ....101
33 Lucky Lad 96 138 HI Caul Cap ...101
tit Fastoso 101 218 Ed Sheridan ....101
238 Avontellus 104
FIFTH RACK— furlongs; selling.
116 "Sen Beckham.. 99 169 Lonla 102
174 Albion H 102 110 Karado 107
207 Billy 80w1eg5. ..104 106 Booger Red ....107
196 Margie D 102 203 Saucy M 102
228 •Aquiline 97 74 Lady Adelaide ..102
SIXTH RACE— S furlongs; selling.
I.".:. Joseph X 104 220 Maxnal 104
207 Brawney Lad ..104 207 Turban 104
159 Lady Powell 102 159 Look 102
221 Balolee 102 207 Connie M 102
221 Billowy 102 1 210 Harry Clark ....104
FIRST RACE—6 furlongs; horses and geld
ings; selling; 4-year-olds and up.
KM Shady Lad 105 2037 Big Store 96
1660 Distributor 10411*01 John H 104
1972 No rather 90 !013 Paladlnl 102
2036 Siege Gun 98 2004 Gage Taylor .... 90
1800 Othmar 97 1997 Banlord 92
1395 Lord Provost.... 104 2014 St George jr 106
SECOND RACE-5 furlongs; horses and
gildings; 5-year-olds and up.
2033 D. of Orleans... 106 2034 Red Hill 191
2007 Boloman 104 1030 Shenandoah 108
2032 L. Flligrane .... 931986 C. Hedrlck 109
2036 Curriculum 105 W25 Lassen 106
1600 Gov. Orman .. .10512036 Triumphant 112
881 Comedian 104 Old Settler 95
THIRD RACE-1 1-16 miles; selling; 3-year
clds and up.
20,18 Dol. Dollars 104 2026 All Ablaze 101
2031 Monaco Maid ..1011976 Oromobol 102
2038 Luclan 104 1960 Treasure Seekr..lo4
2020 Eduardo 108
FOURTH RACE-7 furlongs; purse; 3-year
o'.da and up,
MM Blbarl 104J2038 Judge Ne150n. ...109
2023 Burleigh 10011011 Ruth W 102
1031 Plausible 101 1
FIFTH RACE— mile 100 yards: selling; 4
year-olds and up.
1983 Dave Weber ...10111994 Sahara 109
2019 Ethel Abbott... .109)1961 Molar ...". 99
2019 Bill Curtis 100 2019 Magrane 106
2027 Mrs. Mathews.. 99 2027 Sliver Sue 104
2007 Maxtress 104 2017 Tetanus 99
1027 Confessor 104[1989 Eckersall 109
HXTH RACE—3 furlongs', purse; maiden 2
2028 Toll Box 1041.... Street Singer ...107
1035 Mozart 101.... Tanma 107
1992 M. Bright 101.... Duke of Milan... 110
2000 Rollicking 80y. .104
GRAND CANYON NOW
PRESIDENT SIGNS TWO IMPOR
An Area of 1,288,320 Acres Is Also
Added to Tonto National Forest
Must Be Protected
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.—President
Roosevelt has Just signed a proclama
tion making a national monument of
the Grand Canyon of Arizona, and an
other creating an addition of 1,288,320
acres of land to the Tonto national
forest, which is also located In Ari
The world-famed Grand canyon has
been a part of the Grand Canyon na
tional forest and Its establishment as
a national monument ls made by vir
tue of the act of June 8, 1906, which
provides that objects of scientific in
terest may be declared national monu
ments if such action is deemed neces
sary for their preservation and protec
The president, speaking of the im
portance of protecting the Grand can
yon as a national monument, • says in
"It Is an object of unusual scientific
Interest, being the greatest eroded can
yon in the United States, and it ap
pears that the public interests would
be promoted by reserving It as a na
tional monument with such other land
as ls necessary for its proper protec
It has long been realized that it was
highly desirable to have this wonder
ful gorge, made by the Colorado river,
set apart as a national monument.
This assures the area of exclusion
from all kinds of entry, and means
that the government will have power
to prevent the marring of the* scenic
beauty by unsightly exploitation of
any kind. The area put in the national
monument constitutes approximately
825,280 acres. In determining the
boundary of the national monument
an effort was made to draw the line
approximately one mile back from the
rim of the canyon.
Tonto Reserve Increased
The addition of 1,288,310 acres to the
Tonto national forest In Arizona ls
situated in Maricopa, Gila and Pinal
counties. That part of the addition
which is situated on the west side of
the Tonto forest is given national for
est protection because it includes the
watershed of the Verde river, above
the proposed McDowell reservoir site,
which is located on the Verde Just
above Its junction with Salt river. It
seems ' probable that this McDowell
reservoir will be built by the reclama
tion service at some future time, ant
when this project ls completed some
thing over 100,000 acres of land will be
Irrigated in the Salt river valley, in
addition to the land that will be as
sured of a uniform supply of water, by
the great Salt river project at Roose
velt. , '
The eastern portion of the addition
includes the headwaters of the Pinal
and Pinto creeks. Both of these
streams empty Into Salt river above
the Roosevelt dam. Their watersheds
have been damaged by overgrazing,
mainly by goats.
It is of the utmost importance that
the -watersheds of these streams be
They are already carrying large
quantities of silt Into Salt river and
since they both empty near what will
be the upper end of the reservoir they
could do enormous damage in filling
it with silt.
- The most southern portion of the
addition, lying directly west of the
Pinal mountains | forest, which . has
now, by th}s proclamation, been made
a part of the Tonto national ■ forest,
protects the watershed of\Queen creek,
the waters of which the reclamation
service has determined It; will one day
be desirable to Impound.
The Pinal mountains national forest
of 45,780 acres has been thrown into
the Tonto forest, giving an area in
cluding the new . addition of 2,449,280
acres. In, the large addition there Is
very little • commercial • forest, but '■ in
most of-the canyons and. draws there
of the canyons and draws there
are stands of oak and chapparal spe
cies, ; and in limited i areas very ■* dense
.stands of Arizona cypress.
NO SHOW SCHEDULED AT
CABIN BEFORE FEBRUARY
Ex.Champ and Unholz Already Train.
Ing for Big Event on 4th.
Sulllvans Are Going
There will be nothing doing in the
fight line at the Cabin next week, as
Manager McCarey has not the avail
able material to frame up a good card
between now and February 4, when
Rucly Unholz and Bat Nelson get to
gether over the ten-round route.
Mac was planning to give Billy
Woods a shot at big game, but the
fact that Woods sustained a few frac
tired rib- Tuesday night, together
with the knowledge that this allowing
would not warrant any kind of atten
dance If stacked up against Sam Lang
ford, lias caused the promoter to
switch his dope and hang out the noth
ing doing sign at Naud Junction. .
Unholz and Nelson have already
gone' to work, the former at the East
Side club and Bat at Oakwood inn.
Arcadia. Nelson is used to the roads
around Lucky Baldwin's ranch, having
been quartered thero when he was
training for the fight that never came
off with Herrera, and Is already at
boms In his surroundings. He is do
ing plenty of work in the open and ev
ery afternoon finds him hard at it box
ing and punching the bag on the plat
form back of the hotel.
Unliolz worked with Thomas up to
the time Joe went up against Jack
Sullivan, and he is already In line con
dition. The Boer does not dissipate
to any'noticeable extent and is seldom
out of training. His natural fighting
figure calls for about 132 pounds, i.nd
as he and Nelson meet at catchweights
It will be no trouble at all for the
South African wonder to be at his best
so far as poundage Is concerned.
When the betting begins Nelson will
undoubtedly be a strong favorite, de
spite Unholz' clever showing against-
George Alemslc not long ago. Bat Is
supremely confident of the outcome
and imparts this spirit to those who
talk to him. so there will be plenty of
money In sight to back the ex-champ
when ho hooks up with the Boer. Un
holz 13 not without friends and sup
porters by a long ways and If the i ids
are right he will be one of the best
supported shortenders ever seen In this
The Sullivan company will move its
headquarters to San Francisco in the
near future, Mike Twin having a little
date with Stanley Ketchel which will
call for some preliminary fixing. Jack
will go with his double and assist In
the preparation, and the Dump Cart
kiiifs are certain that a few more" fig
ures will be totaled on the Sullivan
Eddie Kelly, a little fighter from
Buffalo, Is expected here In a few days
and will probably be given a chance to
bust in through a fight with Dannie
Webster. Dannie is busy right now
training for his match with Billy do
Coursey in San Diego and will keep
In condition after this event In order
to give Kelly the best he has In his
varied and useful assortment of
Montana Kid is back in town and as
soon as some 'good lightweight looking
for a trial comes along Manager Mo-
Carey will undoubtedly give tho Kid
a chance. Montana is apparently in
better shape than he was when George
Memslc pulled the curtain on his stel
lar career with the mitts, and says he
will do the Missouri for those who
think he is finished with the ring.
Montana is a little heavy now, but In
sists that he will get down to the
lightweight limit without a bit of trou
ble when the proper time comes.
Steals Pide; Is Killed
By Associated Press.
TRACY, Cal., Jan. Andy Meyers,
a well dressed young man, lost both
'egs under the Owl train as It was
pulling in here this morning. He was
climbing from the roof of a sleeper.
He was taken to the county hospital,
where he died. '.«.«.
Actress Marries in Hospital
By Associates, press.
CHICAGO, Jan. 22.—Sarah Truax, the
actress, and Charles. S. Albert, an at
torney of Minneapolis, were married
this afternoon at a hospital. The mar
riage was to have taken place last
week, but was postponed'owing to the
illness of the bride-to-be.
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MANAGER OF FORMER WORLD
CHAMPION SAYS SO
Joe Carroll . Declares He Will Bet
$2500 That Roller Can Worst
Gotch on Any
The following letter from Joe Car
roll, at one tlmj manager for Frank
Gotch, champion wrestler, is self-ex
"I have never yet asked for space
In your paper, but I do ask for space
In which to partly answer a statement
said to have been made by Frank
Gotch. I had made up my mind long
ago never to reply to anything said in
any paper about myself or the wres
tling game, but this statement said to
have been made by him is liable to be
misconstrued by some of Roller's
friends, and therefore I ask space.
Gotch says that when he was a green
sucker in the game he used to allow
himself to be buncoed Into making
handicap matches with local champions
and then throw them within one fall
of what he agreed to. Well, If Gotch
has done any of that work he has cer
tainly done it since ho was a green
sucker at the game, for I managed him
for the first six years of his career, and
In all that time he never lost a handi
cap match and only two even matches
—one to Jenkins and one to Burns.
"I will give Gotch or any other man
$1000 who can show me any record of
any handicap match Gotch ever lost
during tho six years I managed him,
and I have matched him to throw men
as many as eight falls In an hour, and
also to throw as many as ten men In
one hour, and he won. - •:'
"Over a year ago Gotch contracted
to throw Roller twice in an hour. In
stead of being shy one fall In the match
he was shy two. Gotch is with a show
now and I realize it would bo a big
ad. for his managers to make the public
Imagine he was going to tear men to
pieces on the mat, and also that he is
going to wrestle Hackenschmidt In
May. They have been telling that for
nearly a year now; It's a wonder they
would not sign articles. But that is
their business, not mine.
"I am not Interested in any wrestler,
except Roller,' and my interest in him
Is only as a friend; and I want to see
him pet a square deal. A great many
people In reading the statement made
by Gotch will say, 'Well, maybe Gotch
let Roller stay,' so I will say for their
benefit that he did not let Roller stay
one minute longer than he had to.
Some wise people said Gotch let htm
stay expecting to catch Roller for big
money on another match. If that-Is
the case why doesn't he challenge Rol
ler to another contest?
"Now I do not clslm that Roller can
defeat Frank Gotch, ,but if Gotch
wishes to make a match with Roller,
and set the time of the match as far
ahead as he has set his one with Hack
enschmldt. I will bet him $2500 that
Roller can defeat him. Gotch Is the
champion of America and in my esti
mation is is the greatest champion we
have ever had. and Is one of the great
est wrestlers that ever stepped on a
mat, but there is one other just as
great, and his name is Dr. B. F. Roller.
I truly believe that should they ever
meet again Roller*vlll defeat him.
"Should Gotch wish to accept this
offer I 'am willing that the match
should take place In any city suitable
to Dr. Roller. This challenge; so far
as I am concerned, Is open to any man
In America at any weight or any man
In the world who does not weigh over
MR. PERKINS GIVES HIS
PRIZES TO THE WINNERS
At a meeting of the wholesalers'
league last night the prizes which went
to the winners of the series Just fin
ished were handed out. and the Hon.
Red Perkins was relieved of the re
sponsibility of keeping the valuables
In his safe.
The Western Door and Sash team
received the loving cup, valued at $25,
which went with the highest percen
tage, the Racycle bunch grabbed off
ten kopecks' worth of balls and bats
and that was all.
There will be a meeting of the Pasa
dena Linen Hustlers tonight for the
purpose of organizing a laundry driv
ers' amateur league. As usual, Alger
non Perkins will handle the reins, and
it's a cinch bet he will get away from
the post and also be somewhere there
or thereabouts at the wire. The bunch
will congregate at 235 South Mentor