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Leonard Lauder and Jack Redmond
Billed in Windup, and Kid Solo.
mon and Fred Corbett Meet
in Semi-Finals
One of the best popular price boxing cards
the Pacific Athletic club has arranged this sea
sen was completed yesterday for next Tuesday
evening: and the fans arc assured of plenty of
action during the forty rounds of boxing wjjich
are scheduled. The full card is as follows:
Leonard Lauder vs. Jack Redmond, 10 rounds.
' Kid Solomon vs. Fred Corbett, 4 rounds.
Dwight Van vs. Toung Kaufman, 4 rounds.
Martin Hefron vs. Young Turner, 4 rounds.
Jap Oyama vs. Dan Cullen, 4 rounds.
Ed Higuar vs. Johnny Dunn, 4 rounds.
Mike F"usco vs. Johnny Herrera, 4 rounds.
Much discussion has been aroused already re
. garding the respective • merits of the principals
of the two ten-round bouts. Lauder has fought
creditably in Los Angeles and San Pedro and
his showing "with Frank Picato stamped him
as one of the best second grade lightweights.
Redmond has fought some splendid battles in
this city, his bout with Fred Corbett giving
the fans a good line on his abilities. If he
should beat Lauder decisively he would be in
the same class as Picato and Memsic, and he
will be able to get a match with some of the
best boys in the division.
Kid Solomon is training in real earnest for
his scrap with Fred Corbett, and although he
will be giving away several pounds, he hopes
to be back in his oldtime form In order to give
the fans a touch of his scientific dash. His
career after his re-entry into the ring will be
watched with Interest and if he ma£es good
he will have all kinds of opportunities thrust
at him. Wolgast has promised to meet the win
ner of the, bout, even if he has to give away
five or six pounds. ,
In the four-round bouts the matchmaker has
brought out some of the toughest boys in the
various divisions and a repetition of the whirl
wind contests of last week is assured for Tues
day evening. Martin Hefron is a boy of con
siderable class and he has consented to go on
for four rounds with Turner to convince the
fans that he is there with the goods and that
his knockout of Eddie Menney was no fluke.
In Turner he has a tough featherweight op
ponent who has been anxious to meet boys of
the better class, and he welconies the advent
of Hefron. The contest should be one of the
fastest battles which the short' session affairs
have given the sports.
Dwight Van and Young Kaufman have de
rided to go at it again and settle once and for
a!! the question of superiority between them.
The last time the two met Kaufman scored
a knockout in the early rounds, but Van
claimed that the blow was a chance wallop and
that Kaufman could not do the act again. As
the lads, weigh 165 pounds apiece, there will be
a lively' time when they meet.
Jap Oyama makes his bow after a rest of two
months" and he will meet Dan Cullen. who
made such a good showing against Chester
Moss last week. Cullen will be several pounds
lighter than . the Jap, but he is willing to
shoulder this handicap in order to convince the
fans that he is possessed of class.
Fight to Go Forty-five Rounds and
Boxers Will Make 133 at Ring
sideMemsic Bout Off
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 12.—Plans have been
practically completed for a match between
Battling Nelson, lightweight champion,- and
"Fighting Dick" Hyland.
Hyland is willing- to fight forty-five rounds
and to make 133 pounds ringside, so there will
be no difficulty in coming to terms.
In expectation of securing the match Hy
land will not accept the challenge to fight
George Memsic in Los Angeles.
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ter Silt ii tie House
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$3(0.00 Tallies
Men's $2,110, $3 aid '$4
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Dorante and King James Due to Have
Their Burns Struggle Over Again.
Sun May Make Track Only
Slow for Big Event ,
The richest turf prize that ever was raced
for in Southern California will be the pre
mier attraction this afternoon at Santa
Anita, when v a field of highest class will try
for the 17600 guaranteed purse offered in
the California handicap." This handicap
rajiks second only to the Burns in value and
will attract a classier field than that which
went after the big classic at Emeryville this
Dorante, which ran King James to a head
finish In the Burns, has been shipped to
Santa .Anita to start in this event and
probably will be held at odds of .favoritism
over the Hildreth entry. Dorante was due
to arrive yesterday morning, but a washout
upstate delayed his arrival and he will be
handicapped by the short time that he will
be off the cars previous to going to the post.
He is expected to get in this morning and
has been named Jin the overnights as a
Only nine starters were declared in yes
terday, but it was announced last night that
in all probability Big Chief and Czar will
be added today. Hildreth has King James
and Montgomery as his candidates and one,
and probably both, will go to the post. Far
West, Maltbie, Old Timer, Miss Sain and
Light 'Wool complete the list' of starters
named over night.
This event is at a mile and a quarter and
has a guaranteed value of $7500, of which
sum the winner will receive $6000. This
great net value to the winner is sufficient
to induce the- owners of horses that have a
chance to win to sgnd them to the post.
Over a pasteboard track It was predicted
that a new world record Would be set for the
distance, but the heavy and almost continu
ous rains recently have made the going so
Heavy that even under the most favorable
conditions the track will not be better than
slow this afternoon. The rains have packed
the track so that the sun can dry it out
considerably, but not enough to make it
fast. The. record crowd of any local racing
season is anticipated in the event of favor
able weather conditions.
NEW YORK, Feb. 12.— James Clark of
Xavier Athletic club ofy this city won the
Brooklyn Sea Gate Marathon for amateurs
James J. Crowley of the Irish-American
Athletic club was second and Harry Jenson
of ,the Pastime Athletic club, New York, third.
On account of the serious illness of the
mother of Morris Scanlon, captain of the Santa
Anita baseball team, the game scheduled for
next Sunday between the Jockeys and the
Grooms of Santa Anita has been called off.
Mrs. Scanlon has for several weaks been
troubled with heart failure and latest reports
to The Herald last night from the residence
of the Scanlon family was to the effect that
Mrs. Scanlon would not live through the
night. .
Scanlon is well liked among the amateur
baseball players of the south.
PITTSBURG, Feb. 12.—Entries will close -t
midnight tonight for the annual tournament of
the American bowling congress which will be
held here February 27 to- March 20. The prize
money will run well toward $25,000, and it Is
expected about 400 teams will participate. »
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WITH favorable weather conditions, in
' eluding the undlmmed presence of Old
Sol, it is probable that the greatest
crowd that ever attended the races in
one day <In the southland will witness the
grand struggle that is certain to occur when
the classy field of thoroughbreds wing away
from the barrier this afternoon .in the mile
and a quarter Journey after the $7500 prize
offered for the event. This event ranks sec
ond, only to the Burns in value and import
ance, . and should racing continue at Santa
Anita in future years, this stake will become
one of the important turf classics of the day.
Dorante is being shipped from Emeryville to
start after the big prize, and he ran King
James such a hard 'face in the Burns thai
racegoers are beginning to figure upon . the
possibility of Emeryville having the laugh. on
Santa .Anita for once. It always has been
the rule for southern trained horses to go
north and win stakes, but northern horses I
have had rough sledding at all times when
they came south to beat our horses for stake
money. Regardless of track conditions, the
classiest field that ever laced a barrier on the
coast will go to the post. This means that a
classy contest between high-strung thorough
breds is assured.
Only, one seling race is on. the calendar to
day, there bf'ing five purse racas and the stake
event to complete the - offering. With ideal
fields In every event and excellent class
sprinkled all through th? card, the finest day's
sport In local racing history seems assured.
The third race is a 3-year-old purse affair at a
mile, and several Derby candidates are named
to start. Dr. Holzberg, Gerrymander, Cotytto
and- four other classy youngsters make up th.
field and an exciting rac. Is in prospect. The
sixth race also gives promise of being an ex
citing affair, being a six-furlong sprint, in
which Mark Anthony 11, Fleming, Elizabeth
Harwood, C. W. Burt and Halket will hook
up. In fact, the entire card is unusually
attractive and high class sport should result
during the afternoon.
Kid Coy has arrived from Seattle, in search
of trouble with 'boys in the 123-128 pound
division, and while he has not set the world
on fire with his sensational ring performances,
he looks like a scrapper and talks in a busi
nesslike way when discussing probable
Big Bow was worked out an additional mile
after running in the fourth race yesterday.
making two miles and an eighth for him. He
has been a big disappointment so far this
season, not seeming to be able to run any,
and the workout probably was given him to
unlimber his muscles and take some of the
sourness out of h's old carcass.
The terms of suspension of Jockeys A. Walsh
and C. Russell expired yesterday, and both
boys were up again. Walsh won a race with
Few persons are aware of the fact that
Santa Anita boasts the finest equipment of
any racing plant in America. It has the best
equipped emergency hospital at which per
sons sick or injured on the grounds can get
Immediate treatment, while It is in charge of
the only surgeon who is employed by a racing
association; Dr. George D. Costigan being the
surgeon in charge. A finely equipped gymna
sium also is in operation throughout the sea
son, being the only race track gymnasium in
existence. Its police department is modern
and effective, and compares with the best de
partment employed at any of the metropolitan
tracks. The electrical annunciators, both in
the ring and opposite the grand stand, are
modern In every respect, 'and an electrical
clock, the only one of its kind in existence, is
started by electricity when the official sign is
posted and runs fifteen minutes, the exact
time in which claims can be filed by horse
men, and when time is up the clock stops
with a whirr and all argument ceases. Every
department at the track is modern in every
respect, and it might be added that the official
staff in charge of the sport is about as mod
ern and capable as any board of officials at
any track in the country.
Harvey T. Woodruff was called to San Fran
cisco ' last evening on important business for
his paper, the Chicago Tribune, but will re
turn in a few days and have out his visit
Felines of All Colors, Sizes and Spe
cies Displayed by Breeders and
Admirers at Exhibition
of Animals
Felines of all colors, sizes and species had
their day yesterday afternoon at the cat
show of the Southern California National Cat
Club and Breeders' association. More than
200, first and second prizes, cups, ribbons and
medals have been awarded by the judges.
Following were the awards last' night:
Class 1, white, blue-eyed male—King Cupid,
best cat In show, owned by Mrs. J. C. Girton;
last win in challenge cup; blue ribbon and
special ribbons for type and eyes. Prince Blue
Eyes, owned by Mrs. Girton, second.
Class 2, white blue-eyed female Lady Blue
Eyes, owned by Mrs. GlrtQn, ' first and special
for best female In show. Baby Cupid, owned
by Mrs. Girton, second and winner with Baby
Iger, also owned by Mrs. Girton, of cup for
best grace of white blue-eyed cats.
Class 3, while, golden-eyed . Marcus,
owned by Mrs. B. M. Moore, first prize and
first win in challenge cap.
' Class 4, white, golden-eyed female—Duchess,
owned by Mrs. L. H. Farlow.
% Class 5, black male— Black Heart, best black
male in show, owned by Mrs. M. F. Lang.
• Class 6. black female—Lady Thorn, owned
by Mrs. Lang. ,
Class 7. blue male—Blue Billy, owned by
Mrs. Girton; special ribbon for blue coat and
medal for best blue male. Max Adair, owned
by Mrs. E. E. Russell, second.
Class 15, silver male—Argent Lassie, owned
,by Ralston kennels.
Class 26. silver tabby female— Nelly Gray,
owned by Miss M. G. Knepper. .
Class 17, shaded silver male—Argent Laddie,
owned by Ralston kennels, third win on chal
lenge cup, medal for best silver male and
specials tor type and size.
Classes 15 and 16, best pair of silvers—
Argent and Cricket, owned by Mrs. J. E.
Class 06, black, short-haired Nigger
-Bey, owned by Mrs. H. J., "Wandrey of San
Diego, best and special.
Class 11. orange Kerman, owned by
Mrs. I. H. Stratum of Pasadena, first and
special for type and special medal.
Class 41, orange male— owned by Mrs.
Stratton, first in novice class and special.
Class 42, orange female—Taffee,. owned by
Mrs. Stratton, first and special.
Class 49, orange tabby female—Czarena,
owned by Mrs. Stratton, first and special.
Class 36, white, golden-eyed female—Sun
shine, owned by Mrs. W. E. Sibertson, first
and special for eyes and type.
Class 35, white golden-eyed mala—Bonnie
White Prince, owned by Mrs. C. XV. E.
Smith, first, special and silver medal.
Among the cats which are merely, on ex
hibition and not competing is Zada, the prop
erty of Mrs. Gorham, who recently purchased
it from Lady Deices of London. England.
POMONA COLLEGE, Feb. 12.—1n a lively
basketball game played here this afternoon the
Whittier cdffege five, leaders in the intercol
legiate basketball contest - for the pennant,
defeated th ' local college team by a score of
34 to 19. In the first half Nelus, one of the
forwards of Pomona college team, was out
of the game for ten minutes, being run into
by another player.
i The score at the first half stood 12 to 8 in
favor of the Quakers. Following is the lineup
of both clubs:
Rennecker Forward Nelus-Shutte
Miller .'...Forward Richards
C. Rennecker Center....... Kether
Tod. '....: '.Guard '. : Lobear
I Shartless ......Guard Nesblt
Umpire—Winguard, Pomona. Referee-Reed,
| I Whittier. Halves—2o-20. r
before going back to his desk in Windytown.
Nelson Jones has been playing the . ponies
from | the ground -for several days,-owing 10
the poor success which all the bookmakers
are making in the guessing j contests with the
public, and he says he : is .managing to lay
up more moss this way than by laying the
odds himself. He probably will get back 1:1
the game in a few days, however,! as an old
timer hardly ever quits the job very long.
Neuralgia seams to be the fashionable af
fliction at Santa Anita these cold, damp days;
and several cases have been found wandering
about the ring for nearly a week. Bob Mark",
Doc " Costlgan, Jiifcge Lelghton and several
o..ier victims hav_s been reported to date.
Dolly Gray leave's Los Angeles for Gal
veston::, two weeks from tomorrow *o report
to the -Washington, club for spring practice.
The team begins practice J.arch 3 in the
Sanddab town. _,
Doc Bernard, acknowledged to bo ths great
est center fielder in the west, said last night
that he had quit the game for good and .would
not be seen on the diamond again. Bernie
says ha actually dislikes to play ball, Dut
Dolly Gray made him a little bet that he
would reconsider ills decision when the season
gets under way again. -
Every fight fan in the south is delighted at
.the news that the Jeffries Athletic club is to
resume business at its Vernon arena. The
club has become popular with the fans be- i
cause it has staged several good scraps and
furnishes the long-winded battles that the
fans want. Baron Long has recovered from
the attack of want-to-sell-outitis and is clos
ing matches for the reopening show, which
will be staged about February 26.
Owing to the fact that the Speed handi
cap, which is the next stake event on the
Santa Anita docket after this week, is to be
run Washington's birthday, which Is Monday
week, there will be no stake feature D-Xt
week. Two handicaps, the Santa Monica and
the Ocean Park; will feature the card, while
forty-two races are in the book.
Quite a large crowd attended the Clark-
Bayne playoff last night for second place in
the three-cushion billiard tournament for the
amateur championship of Southern California
and were rewarded by a corking good game
and a classy exhibition. Clark won, 60 to 52,
and both played in . brilliant form. Clark
played far below his general average in the
early games of the tournament, but since he
got on his stride he refused to lose a game.
Hen Berry, who '.'organized" the tournament,
which was" phvyed at'his Hoffman parlors, was
so Impressed by the classy game shown by the
contestants that he has decided to pull off en
other., similar tournament, barring Howard,' the
winner of the tournament just ended,' the win
ner of the next tournament to play Howard for
the amateur championship of Southern Cali
fornia and thereby make the championship a
reality and a recognized honor. Berry will
put up a medal, emblematic of the champion
ship, surrounding it with proper regulations
as relates to challenges and defense of the
title, similar to the conditions governing other
billiard championships. This next tournament
will be started one week from next Monday
night, and the following entries'have been re
ceived and the list closed: Arthur Clark, Voor
hies, Short Morse, Jack Bayne, Tom Ward
and Jay Davidson. All games will be at fifty
points and there will be first, second and third
prizes and a prize each for high run and high
average. Clark holds the high average for
the tournament just ended, the playoff last
night being concluded in S4 innings.
Jack Beckwith, nationally famous as a wit
and equally notable for his good horse sense,
comes forth with an offer. He read of the
$200,000 offer made for a Jeffries-Johnson scrap
and authorized the statement that he will pay
$50,000 more than anybody else for this match,
no offers barred, and has shown his good faith
by posting a forfeit of two bits with John
Hinch. Jack stipulates that the great battle
shall be a finish and shall be fought on the
plaza, with no admission fee charged. All*
spectators will get a souvenir of the occasion
free of charge.
Prediction Is Made That Pennant Will
Go to Some Suburban Aggrega
• tion Because of Better
Players /
The first series of games of the Los Angeles
county high school baseball league will open
this afternoon at the various diamonds in
Southern California. Owing to the muddy
condition of the grounds at Hollywood the
game between the Los Angeles high school
and Hollywood has been postponed until a
later date.
The South Pasadena high school club will
play Whittier college at the South Pasadena
The Throop Institute of Pasadena will try
conclusions with the Pasadena high school
club at the Cr.own City diamond. This game
will be called at 2:30 o'clock.
Polytechnic high school's baseball squad
will travel to Long Beach to cross bats with
the Seaside team. This game should develop
into a strongly contested battle, as both
schools have shown some fast material in
practice work.
At the Santa Monica high school diamond
the Harvard military team of Los Angeles
will try conclusions in their first league game
of the season. . • .
The amateur dopesters predict that some
out-of-town high school team will carry away
first honors in the league this year, as much
of the Los Angeles high school material has
been weak in pitching, while the suburban
teams have strengthened their lineup with
second-year students.
i Delhi, pitcher for the Santa Monica high
school, and Lincoln, for the Hollywood aggre
gation, are about the fastest twlrlers in the
league this year. It is said' that Delhi has
been approached by '•Happy" Hogan of the
Vernon team in the Pacific Coast league team
to pitch for that club.
First race, 6 1,. furlongs; purse.
Bemay 113 Lucy Marie M
Columbia Maid 108 Mary F 113
Decklaw 108 Snow Ball 113
Elizabeth F 108
Second race, 3'/. furlongs; purse; 2-year-olds.
Donau 115|Raleigh P. D., eh. c. by
Lillium 971 Ornament-Claret.. 100
l.jfl^y Paret 97|Regina Arvi 97
Mi Guess 100|Sir Ashton 106
Rocky O'Brien 100|V'ree4and 106
Third race, 1 mile; purse.
Coty-fo 102 Melton Cloth 104
Dr. Holzberg 104 Maid of Gotham ....102
Don Macdonald 104 Star Thistle 112
Gerrymander 104
Fourth race, the California handicap; ''$7500
guaranteed; 1% miles.
Far West 112[Magazine 105
xKing James 129iJ_altbie 100
Light Wool 108 Old Timer 100
-Montgomery 110 xHildreth entry.
Miss Sain .....:.104).
Fifth race, 7 furlongs: selling.
Arimo , lOllLiberto 101
Denige 101 Light Comedy 11l
Harcourt 11l Monvina 101
Josie S 100|Sadler .099
Sixth race, 6 furlongs: purse. , •
C. W. Burt 102|Halket 10S
Elizabeth Harwood.. 34ixMark Anthony 11...11 l
xFleming 102|-xCarman entry.
Seventh race, 51,. furlongs; purse.
Anderson 108 Guy Fisher 108
Belleek 98 Nigger Baby 105
Billy Bodemer 105 Right Sort 100
Furnace 108 Valjean .; 103
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Cash prizes will go every week to the
school boys and girls of the ■ southwest.
Write. 250 words about the birthday anniver
saries of February and send it "to Aunt
Laurie, care this paper.
Boxing Carnival Among Attractions at
South Side Park— Doyle and
Bard to Race for ' j
• Dinner
Weather permitting, , the Maiers and MeCor
mick ball teams in the California Winter
league will try conclusions on the South Side
Athletic club diamond in what is expected to
be one of the fastest battles ever witnessed
In the California. Winter league ranks. Frank
Andrade. former pitcher of the Santa Monica
team and now twirling for the McCormicks,
and who is slated to report for practice to the
Cleveland team in the American league, and
Earl Rugar. who will be seen in the uniform
of the Chicago White Sox, will be the oppos
ing slab-ten. Both mound artists are south
paws and a close game is expected.-
In the last game between the two aggrega
tions the McCormicks won in a fast and ex
citing contest which went eleven innings to a
score of 2 to 1.
The game tomorrow will start promptly at
2:30 o'clock and as a side issue the promoters
of the South Side Athletic club will stage a
boxing tournament between local amateurs.
Jack Doyle and Charley Bard will compete in
a fifty-yard dash, the winner to purchase a
supper at Levy's cafe. Frank Benkert will
act as referee.
The Maiers and the San Diego teams have
a scheduled game to be played off before the
league series Is closed, and no doubt it will
come off on the southern diamond March 7.
Following is the lineup of the clubs for to
morrow's contest: . ■ - V «"•
Le Quin c ._. Hoffman
Andrade ....p Rugar
H. Kimmerlee 1b.... Koeller
Harris — 2b Ely
Sullivan ......3b Kelley
Plake ss '..'. Nast
Dickman • 1? Leonard
Kerwiff cf ;.... Garrity
G. Kimmerlee ...rf Wilson
Forward on Long Beach Team Meets
Painful Accident and Is
Out of Game
An unfortunate accident crippled one of the
Long Beach high school basketball players at
noon yesterday on the Long Beach courts.
Miss Verna Tlnklepaugh, one of the for
wards, slipped and fell on the west porch at
the front of the building and sustained a
painful sprain of one of her ankles. Miss
Tinklepaugh was removed to her home in an
The students fear the injury will not heal
fast enough to allow Her to play in the semis
of games arranged by the faculty.
SANTA ANITA, Feb. 12, 1000.—SIXTY-EIGHTH DAY. Weather rainy, track sloppy.
A. XV. Hamilton, presiding judge; J. J. Holtman, starter.
FIRST RACE—6I furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; selling; purse $400.
Horse and Owner. | Wt. | St. % Ms % ' St. Fin. Jockey ~~
Ethon, 5, Pasadena Stable 108 6 _T 6»_ 77. 4~1 in I Shriner
Gaives, 4, Fine 109% 4 lh 1 V. ... 13 21% Powers . .
Joe Gaitens, 3, Chtnn 1". 1 4 .'_ 32% ... 2 1 34. | Dugan
Kerry, 4, Henry 107 3 3h 4h ... 5 ] ._ ,4 2% Schilling
Financier, 4, Baker 106 2 6 1 52% ... 6 % \5 1% Musgrave
Golden Shore, 5, Carman 102 8,, Bh* 71 ... 7 % 6 h I Burns
Anderson, 3, St. James Stable 95 9 9 . SI.. ... Si" 7h j McCahey.
Aunt Rose, 4, Flanagan 107 _. 7 7h 9 ... 9 8 1 1 Walsh
«E. M. Fry, 4. Hogan Co 103 5 2 1 2 1 ... 3 % 9 I McGee
Time— 4-5, 18, 29 2-5, 42, 55, 1:08 3-5, 1:212-5. Winner,' b. h. Intrusive-Charm; trained by
P. J. Williams. Went to post at 1:50: at post 6% minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325.
Won easily; second and third same. Scratched—Tim O'Toole, Rieta. Valjean, Oriflamb, Rip
Rap. Overweight—Joe Gaitens 5, Gaives 4%, Kerry 2, Anderson 1, E. M. Fry 3, Financier 1.
SECOND RACE—3 furlongs; maiden 2-year-olds; selling; purse $400.
Horse and Owner. ' | Wt. | St. % % % St. ' Fin."| Jockey ~~
St. Damlus. Canfleld 109 3 771 777 ... 12 16 J Butwell
Maternus. MacMcnus 109 4 ... ... ... 2h 2 % Dugan
Mike Molett, Newman 106 2 3 2 31 j King
My Last, Mason 106 6 4 1 4% \ Burns
Mary's Lamb, Clopton 106 7 ... .*.. ... 51 51 | Russell
Cesarilass, St. James Stable 106 8 , 9 1 6 1 I Goldstein
•Mrs. Frank Hogan, Hogan C 0.... 103 j 5 6 >_ 7h McGee
Phosphorus, Thomas 109 10 8 1 SI | Schilling
Camera. Griffin 106 11 -. ... ... 10 1 9h I Musgrave
Green Dragon. Schreiber 109 1 ... 7 % 10 h Powers
Shoemaker. Gerst 109 12 11l 11 h | Kennedy
Daredoit, Oakwood Stock Ranch.. 108% 9 12 1 12 >_I, Shriner
•Arthur Rouse, Chirm 104 .9 131% 13 h (Woods
Gar, Applegate 106 14 14 14 | Walsh
Time—ll 4-5, 23, 35. Winner, eh. c. Milos-Eva Frazer: trained by J. Shipley. Went to post
at 2:17; at post 3 minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325. Won in canter; second driving;
third handily. Scratched—Chameleon Girl, Ketchel. Overweight—Daredoit _%, Mrs. Frank
Hogan 2. - -
.THIRD RACE—7 furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; selling; purse $400.
Horse and Owner. | Wt. | St. % V 2 % St. Fin. Jockey
Rel Del Mundo, 6, Mrs. West 107 7 51 34 21 23 11 j Goldstein '
Bye Eve 11., 5, St. James Stable.. 112 10 10 5 1 4 5 42% 21% Powers
Sink Spring, 5, Sears .':... 107 1 1 21. 1 2 11 11 35 ] Kennedy
L. Dleudonne, 3, Butler Stable.... 93 6 2n 21 35 3% 43. Russell
Tavora, 6, Niland .....' 112 8 8h 9h 5h 51 5 I%] King
Pr of Castile, 5. Carman 107 571 8h 71 62 6 2% ] Burns
Calmar, 5, Jackson 107 » 6 2 6h 61 S ',_ 7h f Cullen
Nasmertto. 3, Walsh 107 2 9% 10 8 % 71% 85 f Schilling
Pinaud, 6, Blum 107 4 31 41 61 95 915 | Page
Bud Embry. a. Ripple 108 3 4 '_ 7% 10 10 10 | Butwell
Time—l 2 2-5. 24, 36 1-5, 49, 1:81 4-5, 1:15, 1:28 4-6. Winner, br. g. Rey El Santa Anita-Leola;
trained by C. C. West. Went to post at 2:38; at post 3 minutes. Start good. Value to win
ner $325. Won handily; second and third easily.
FOURTH RACE—I% miles; 4-year-olds and up; purse $400.
Horse and Owner. Wt. St. % % % St. Fin, [ Jockey "~
Arasee. 4, Emery 101 2 1 1!_ IT" 13 14 12% Walsh
Red Gauntlet. '5, Pelter 109 1 21 21. 22 26 29 I Goldstein
Summer Cloud, 5. Maine Stable.... 104 3 3 1 31% 3 2 3 3 3n Harris
Big Bow, a. Williams 108 4 4 4 4 4 4 I Butwell
Time— l 3 2-5. 25 3-5, 38 1-5. 51, 1:04, 1:17, 1:30 1-5, 1:45, 1:57 1-5. Winner, b. g. Blues-Bunch;
trained by A. G. Blakely. Went to post at 2:59; at post 1 minute. Start good. Value to win
ner $325. Won easily; second same; third driving. Overweight— Bow 2,
FIFTH RACE—I% miles; 4-year-olds and up selling: purse $400.
' Horse and Owner. Wt. | St. % % % St. Fin. Jockey
Homeless, 5, Henry 109 5 lh 4~6 4~5 21% 11 I McGee
Van en. 4, Stevens 102 4 5 2 5 3 5 5 4 2 2 2',. Page
•Whidden. 4. Maine Stable 95 6 6 6 6 512 3 % Mulligan
Knight of Ivanhoe, 5. Duffy 105 3 43% lh 1 % 11 41% Rice
♦Miss Officious. 5, Reis 98 2 3 % 3n 2 2 3 'i 520 Russell
Marg. Randolph. 4. St. James Sta 102 1 2 n 2 2 3 1 6 6 Goldstein*
Time—l 2 3-5. 21 4-5, 37 1-5. 49 4-5. 1:02 4-5. 1:16 1-5, 1:30, 1:43 2-5. 1:57 2-5, 2:10 2-5. Winner,
br. g. Alan-a-Dale/6r Batten-Wanton; trained by J. Guen. Went to post at 3:21: at post 3
minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325. Won easily; second same; third driving.
SIXTH RACE—S% furlongs; maiden 4-year-olds» and up; selling; purse $100.
Horse and Owner. Wt. St. % ',_ % St. Fin. Jockey
Fielder, 4. Hylanl 108 6 Th 2 % ... 3 2 11% Cullen
Evados. 4. Hume 108 1 12 11 ... 11 2h Butwell
Voltrome, 4. Jennings 104 7 5 It. 4 2 ... 4 2 3 1 Yorke
Francis Joseph, 4. Schreiber 109. 4 4 2 3 1 ... 2 >_ 43% Powers
Salarlo, a, Baldwin 109 j 5 6 7 6 6 ... 6 4 5 2 1. Herman
Gold Bar, 4, Ruggles .. 103 2 2h 52% ... 5 2 66 | Goldstein
Dr. Wels. 4. Pemn-Miner IPS 37 7 ...7-7 I Williams
Time—6 4-5, 18 3-5, 30 2-5, 42 4-5, 56 1-5, 1:09 3-5. Winner, b. h. Greenan-Drusilla; trained
by owner. Went to post at 3:44; at post 4 minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325. Won
easily: second driving; third handily. Overweight—Francis Joseph 4%, Evados 5, Voltrome 1,
Dr. Wels 3. -
SEVENTH RACE—7 furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; selling; purse $400.
Horse and Owner. Wt. | St. % »_ % St. Fin. Jockey """"*
Avontellus, 6, Freeman '..... 117 4 62 4*_ 3h 2. lh j McGee
Wolf ville, 4, St. Vincent 11l '1 2h 3%4%31 22 Powers
Ivanhoe, a, Mannix 114 6 4h 21% 2 % 1 1 32. j McCahey
Tollgatherer, 5, Thompson 111% V 56n 54 54 51_ 43 I Gullett
•Allen Lee, 3, Spence Co.. 88 7 7 % 63 62% 610 5 Cole
The Borgian. a, Monrovia Stable. 110 2 12 1 h 1 h 4%65[ Schilling
Ezra, 6, Speirs Co 110 8S 8 8 74 76 J Cullen
•Byron. 4. Faut Co 99 3 3h 7675 88[ Denny
Time—l 2 2-5, 24 1-5, .6 4-5, 49 4-5. .1:02 4-5, 1:16, 1:30. Winner, b. h. St Avonicus-Centella; 1
trained by owner. Went to post at 4:08; at post 3 minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325.
Won driving; second and third easily. Scratched—Astral 11., Slippery. Overweight—Toll
gatherer 4%. 'Apprentice allowance.
<$> - • , •
<*> Horse Jockey Wt. A
<$> Big Chief (Powers) 115 4
<$> Czar (Musgrave) 103 <$>
<$> Dorante (J. Lee) . .118 <£>
<§> Far West (Butwell) .113 -$>
<»> King James (Dugan) 129 <J>
A Light Wool (Schilling) 108 A
<♦> Magazine (Burns) 108 <*>
<J> Maltbie (Page) 100 <•>
...;. Mfcis Sain (Goldstein) 104 A
<*> Montgomery (McGee) .116 <♦
<i> Old Timer (Shriner) .100 <S>
Popular Highland Park Athlete Forced
to Retire Because of Fractures
■•'■ Sustained — Holds Local
Ernest P. Wieman. captain of .this year's
Occidental varsity football team, and promi
nent in all athletics In [ the south, was seri
ously Injured last night by being thrown from
a Pasadena trailer while attempting to board
the car for South Pasadena.
When Wieman attempted to board the car it
was in rapid motion and his right knee, which
he injured in the last football game he played
for his college, gave way and he was thrown
to the ground and the member fractured. Be
sides this both ankles were badly sprained
and bruises were sustained all over the body.
Wieman is probably the most popoular ath
lete in Occidental college, and will be missed
in track athletes, where he played a big part.
He is the holder of one of the best records in
Southern California in the hurdles, and by
some sporting writers was picked as the all
; Southern California fullback on an all star
1 team. Wieman is also prominent in baseball,
! having played on his college team at short-
I stop for two years.
A double header is scheduled at Joy park
for tomorrow afternoon. The first game will
be between the Pico Heights and the Re
dondo clubs of the Southern State league. In
the second contest of the afternoon the Re
dondo team and the Los Angeles Giants will
play. This game will be caled at 2:30 o'clock.
Following is the lineup of the second game:
Clark, HcClain ..p Abbott
Slater , c McCloud
Bronson " lb Counts
Banks 2b Shafer
Taylor 3b Hall
Lane ss Collins.
Pryor 7v..1f El Lechner
Battles ....cf Love
Major rf Venable
Rey del Mundo, Overlaid in the Ring,
Easily Annexes Third Scramble
from Ordinary Bunch Hom
eless Takes the Fifth
Heavy going had little effect upon
form at Santa Anita yesterday, tn«
Winers upholding the average of win
ning favorites in a marked degree, con
sidering the heavy going and the unre
liable form that usual.Jfc prevails in
these circumstances. No extraordinar
ily long priced horses won and the
-talent had another good day, while the
bookies correspondingly lost.
Arasee, which was shipped here from
Emeryville a few days ago, made hi.
first local start in the fourth race, at
nine furlongs, and merely breezed all
the way around the big oval, winning
under mild restraint by a margin ot
nearly three lengths. Red Gauntlet
showed improvement in the going and
was the contender, but could not worry
the winner at all and was not worried
in turn by Summer Cloud, which was
third, nine lengths back. Big Bow,
owned by President Tom Williams of
the Pacific Jockey club, ran another
sour race and was last in the four
horse field.
Ethon, a handicap horse of good class,
was dropped in with a bunch of fail
selling platers in the first race and got
up just in time to nose out Gaives at
the wire in a terrific finish. Joe Gaitens.
ran to his real form and showed, but
tired badly in the final eighth.
San Damius was the medium of a
light betting coup in the juvenile event
and never gave his backers the slightest
worry, as he went to the front at the
start and breezed to the wire half a
dozen lengths ahead of Maternus. Mike
Molett showed good improvement and
gave Maternus a hard rub for place
honors, but was beaten half a length
in a hard drive.
Another instance of a long price be
ing laid against a legitimate favorite
was furnished in the third race, when
Rey del Mundo was made a rank out
sider and penalized the bookies for
their lack of confidence in him by win
ning handily from Bye Bye 11. Rey
del Mundo had shown in all his starts
this season that he could beat the
bunch opposed to him yesterday and
the wise ones profited handsomely by
the oversight of the price makers. Sink
Spring got away in front and seemed
to be winning easily until after turning
for home, when Rey del Mundo moved
up and in a mild drive through the
stretch he won, going away from Bye
Bye 11, which ran over Sink Spring in
the last fifty yards.
Homeless won easily from Vanen In
the fifth, at a mile and a quarter.
Homeless had not gone the distance
this season, but had been showing suf
ficient form at shorter distances to jus
tify the odds of favoritism la\d against
him. He ,was carefully ridden and re
served until-in the final quarter, when
he was set down and easily pulled
away from his field. Vanen finished
stoutly and placed ahead of the fast
closing Whidden. Knight of Ivanhoe
found the route too extended and quit
in the stretch, after setting the pace.
Fielder was a hot good thing in the
sixth and had no difficulty in landing
the capital prize, although Evados Bel
the pace to the final sixteenth and
seemed to have the race well in hand
until she began to tire. She placed and
Voltrome showed.
Avontellus, a popular rarer last win
ter, won his first start of the season
when he beat Wolfville, the pacemaker,
in the final jumps in the last race.
Ivanhoe managed to get the show
money, but was a disappointment in
finishing so far back.
The heavy rains made the going
heavy, and slow time was the rule in
all events. Despite the weather con
ditions, a large crowd turned out and
the triumph of form sent 'everybody
home in good.humor.
OAKLAND, Feb. 12.—Fine weather favored
the racing at Emeryville today, but the track
was very heavy. Some interesting finishes
were witnessed by the large holiday crowd,
and most of the winners were well supported.
In the mile and a half race, the third on
the card. Clamor, the favorite, closed with
a rush and beat Pan de Oro in a drive. Fullet
ta showed to the best advantage in the mile
event, and ran over his field the last quarter.
Jockey J. Butler today refused an offer to
ride for W. K. Vanderbilt in France next sea
son. Notter was fined $100 and suspended for
a week by Starter Dwyer for running through
the barrier with Tom Shaw.
First race, Futurity course, selling—Argo
naut, 112 (Mentry), won; Rosamo, 112 (Tap
lin), second; Rosevale, 103 (Gilbert), third.
Time, 1:16 2-5. Chitterlings, Minnie Bright,
Toll Box, R. M. Brown and Walsenkind fin
ished as named.
Second race, 3*. furlongs, purse—Gerrando,
111 (Notter), won; Judge Henderson, 104 (Mc-
Carthy), second; Perm, 107 (Mentry), third.
Time, :45 3-5. Rezon, Clan, Rivera and Fa
ther Eugene finished as named.
Third race, lhi miles, selling—Clamor, 109
(Scovllle), won; Pan-de-Oro, 103 (Gilbert),
second; Orcagna, 103 (Clark), third. Time,
2:45 4-5. Legatee, Jacomo, Mary B. Clark,
Lord Rosslngton and Graphite also ran. „
Fourth race, 1 mile, selling—Fulleta, 107
(Taplin), won; Tom Shaw, 108 (Notter), sec
ond; Joe Rose, 95 (Ross), third. Time, 1:47 3-5.
Estella C. Woolma, Convent Bell, Import,
Bucket Brigade and Patricia R. finished as
Fifth race, l'_ miles, selling—Prince of Or
ange, 109 (Gilbert), won; Kogo, 103 (Sweet),
second; Orchan, 110 (Sullivan), third. Time,
2:49 3-5. Adonis, Confessor, Apt, Paladin! and
Inflammable finished as named;
Sixth race, 6 furlongs, purse—Fulford, 115
(Mclntyre). won; Frank Clancy, 100 (Van
Dusan), second; Allness, 112 (Ross), third.
Time, 1:18 4-5. Elpicaro, Dr. Mayer, Dorothy
Ledgett, Kenmure, Angleface, Jim Hanna,
Charles W. Hodges and Dandy Fnle finished
as named.
Wants Fund to Fight Trusts
WASHINGTON, Feb. 12.—1n a letter
submitted to congress through the sec
retary of the treasury, Attorney Gen
eral Bonaparte asks that an appropria
tion of $100,000 be made for the fiscal
year 1910 for the enforcement of the
anti-trust laws.
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