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RACING ATHLETICS BOXING HARRIGAN WINS DERBY WORKOUT EASILY BEATS FIELD OF FAIR THREE-YEAR-OLDS RING PRICE MAKER GETS INTO TROUBLE BY TALKING George Oxnard Edifies Crowd and Probably Incurs Severe Penalty by Allowing His Remarks to Reach Judicial Ears JAY DAVIDSON PUT The feature of a good «>* yesterday at Santa Anita park was the Dem Trial at nine furlongs, In which six prominent candidates for the blue rib bon event of the Santa Anita Reason ■went to the post. As everybody ex pected the favorite Harrlgan won without much of an effort and stepped the distance in remarkably good me. Harrigan had all the speed of his party, and as soon as the- field was straight ened out on the first turn, he went to the front and merely breezed home Donald Mac Donald ran second , and did not have the opportunity of showing at his best form, as he was the victim or a lot of rough riding, and was held tightly encased in a pocket until reach- In! the stretch turn. He might have be! closer up, but Harrigan won so easily that there is little doubt as to result had Donald gotten through In time to do his best. When the official sign was postedl to signify that the Judges had approved their order of finish, George Oxnard. pricemaker in the ring, and a joke at the business, edified the crowd.that usually gathers around the u,dK«.s stand by attempting to "bawl out" the Judges. He made a stump speech. In which he declared that the Judges had noted that Butwell had pulled Law ton "Wiggins and were permitting him to get iwav with the job. He got away with his talk for a few moments, but Judge Pomeroy, than whom there Is none squarer on any race track, refused to stand for the charges and insisted that Oxnard be permitted to prove his charges or that he be treated to the consequences. Oxnard was cited to ap pear before the stewards and explain himself. If he Is able to view a race better than the Judges, while looking through a pair of double lenses from the ground, while the Judges are view- Ing the race from a disinterested view point and with field glasses, he may get away with his stump speech, but unless he can establish that Lawton Wiggins was "pulled" by Butwell. he Is apt to experience the sensation that usually accompanies a decree ruling off any offender. .... After he had delivered himself of his spleen, Dorninick O'Malley, a horseman who always has borne a good reputa tion on the turf. Informed the Judges that If his Jockey, Rutwell, had ridden dishonestly he desired to have it proved to him, as he holds the contract upon Butwell's services and wants to know if he is harboring a thief. He also said that if Butwell is not a thief, he wants the traducer of the boy properly pun ished. Walter House, owner of Lawton Wiggins, also visited the judges and told them of his wager upon Lawton Wiggins, and proved that ho had bet upon his horse. He was satisfied that Butwell had ridden his horse properly and honestly and he disliked the charges made. • The judges very properly cited Ox nard to appear before the board of stewards today and prove his charges, or take the consequences. House and O'Malley also will be there to be en lightened upon the pulling process. They want to know something about it, and if Oxnard can convince the judges and themselves that Butwell yanked Lawton Wiggins, Oxnard may be per mitted to go ahead and make his Punch and Judy prices for the ring in future that he has made in the past. It looks like a big job for a man of Oxnard's caliber to tackle. Oxnard has been making prices at local race meetings for a long time, and he has been a Joke at the Job. He has made prices against favorites that put them in the long shot class, and cut the percentage of winning favorites materially. Horses have been running to form at Panta Anita better than at any track in America, yet the prices make the aver age of winning favorites at that beau tiful course fall away below the or dinary track. Oxnard Is an old offender In this loud mouthed business. Only last season he got his block knocked off for accusing Frank Regan, one of the squarest horsemen racing at Santa Anita, of cheating 1 with Smlrkrr. He seems to be affected with the idea that he has an "influence" that will protect him, but his latest outburst probably will end his career in the southland. If Law ton Wiggins was "pulled" yesterday, every winner this season has been pulled nt some time or other. 'The Derby Trial was fairly run, except for the vicissitudes of ordinary racing luck, Rnd the best horse gathered the grapes. Lawton Wiggins did his best, and was ably assisted by his rider. It was one race upon which I had my glasses, and If there was any crooked work going on I think I could see it as well as this freak pricemaker. Tom McGrath won the third race in a romp, surprising everybody around the race track except the owner. He ran right back to his best eastern form and repudiated everything that he had done at Santa Anita. W. T. Overton ran sec ond, and also created a surprise. La Gloria, the favorite, was looking at Old Baldy when the barrier went up and was nearly left, but she got the show money just the same, proving conclu sively that she was best in the race. Rosegal also did a quitting stunt that was wholly unexpected and failed to finish In the money, despite the heavy play on her chances. Gownn came out of her long sleep and beat Maltbie by running the best race she has run this season. Just how she did It is unexplained, but she stepped the distance in time that is suggestive regarding her past performances. Nor bltt ran his usual honest race and was third. Stringency rewarded the talent by running a consistent race find showing a clean pair of heels to all contenders In the sixth. Guise showed rpmnrknble Improvement and easily beat French Cook for the place. Agrees to Be Candidate FRESNO, March a.— Dr. Chester Rowell tonight unnouncerl that he would become a candidate for mayor. A petition signed by nearly ]000 citizens was presented to him asking; him to become a candidate. Thomas Dunn, who has been a candidate, withdrew In favor of Dr. Rowell. The Fresno charter prohibits a party nomination, requiring each candidate to run upon petition. Cuh prizes of tl each will he Riven for belt description of i»m« purchase, either unusual or amusing, by school boy or Klrl of the »outhwe«t. .Something out nf thf usual la desired. Toplo, "What I Bought , n .» Address Aunt Laurie, care this StJMT. HARRIGAN ROMPS IN DERBY TRIAL WHICH WAS SANTA ANITA FEATURE ————— — » RIALTO GOSSIP JAY DAVIDSON About the most ridiculous charge that SVW has been hurled at the racing game in Southern California, and at the long-suffering officials in the stand who are paid to bear the brunt of disap pointed hopes I" the gambling line, was that made yesterday by George Oxnard, who has been drawing a fat salary for many years for making prices in the ring and making himsell oiiensive to horsemen, officials and the patronizing public alike by his pompous, uncalled for and unjustified attacks upon horse- < men mid officials regarding the run ning of horses, when he >•' ertald him self and his "influence" by standing in the crowd at the Judges' stund yester day and making an ass of himself by attacking the. officials In the stand. His stump speech was not applauded, even by thoso who had bet the way he thought the Derby Trial should have resulted, and his remarks were con demned by everybody, without excep tion. Yet he committed an offense I which was so flagrant and so wholly unsupported by facts that he should be severely dealt with. Any man con nected with the sport who will stand out and make the talk that Oxnard made yesterday should be required to prove his statements or be ruled off the turf. He charged t,hat Butwell had pulled Lawton Wiggins, and charged the Judges with dereliction of duty in not immediately making a brass band play in doing something that he thought they should have done, and which very rightly was not done. Dominlck O'Malley, who has the con tract on Butwell, felt aggrieved at the charges and complained to the Judges. Walter House, who owns Lawton Wig gins and had bet on his horse, also felt that lie was affected by the charges and made complaint. Both are right. The Judges have ordered Oxnard to appear before the stewards and prove his charges or take the consequences. That he cannot prove these charges is the opinion of every horseman who! watched the race. It is not the first | offense of this kind of which Oxnard is guilty, and It is about time that such an Insignificant official should get what is coming to him. Secretary Smith has arranged another attractive card for today. The feature will be the fourth race, as usual, and will be a sprint affair at six furlongs. Such crack.s as Lady lrma, Madeline Musgravc, Julia Powell, Maid of Gotham and Marbles will go to the post, and, as Lady lrma has set one world record at this meeting, there is an excellent chance that she will make the one that beats her set another rec ord. The third race also will be quite an exciting event, being a mile journey for such as Ethon, Grande Dame, Flem ingl, Columbia Maid, Fielder and Jo seph X., all speedy and game. Quite an array of speedsters is aggregated In the sixth race also, McChord, Jane Swift, Creston, ....I Alone and others of | that class being scheduled to start. The entire card looks good, and good betting propositions always are attractive events, which makes the Santa Anita card doubly attractive. Arrangements aro being made by a number of local fight fans lor attend ing the big show that the Gate City Athletic club at San Bernardino will stage tonight. No announcement of the special train that was expected to be run from here is forthcoming, but this will not prevent a large crowd from going up to the Gate city on the 5:15 train. Howard Baker and Clar ence English will argue over the twenty-round route and Jack O'Keefe and Indian Joe Gregg will furnish a fifteen-round semi-windup. This is good enough for any set of fans ond the show will draw an unusual pa tronage from Los Angeles. Billy Burk will stage a good card at the White City Athletic club at Ar cadia tonight. He has a ten-round main event between Young Miller of Milwaukee, who stopped his opponent In the last fight he had here, and Kid Brady of New York, also a scrapper of some promise. The seml-windup will be a six-round bout between Harry Wuest and Kid Shaw, heavyweights, and the curtain-raiser will be a four round preliminary between Young Ed fli. Hnnlon and Kid Crawford. The show will start at S o'clock and Los Angeles fans should take a Monrovia or Glendora car leaving Los Angeles not later than 7 o'clock. The show will i nd before 10:80 o'clock and ideal CHAMPION SWIMMERS COMING TO NAPLES Great Interest Is Being Taken by Swimmers All Along the Coast and New Material Looks Promising Les Henry, secretary of the Southern California Swimming association, made tho announcement last night that the sixth annual tournament would be held at Naples July 4. This will be the second Pacific coast championship tourney to be held in Southern Califor nia. Henry lias made arrangements to have C. M. Daniels, champion short distance swimmer of the world, com pote against the best there Is on the coast. Arrangements will also be made to try and persuade other athletes from the east to stop over In Los Angeles while en rou <.; to compete in the na tional championship! at Seattle, which Will be held there in August. There Is already much enthusiasm manifest ed by northern swimmers, especially around Ban Francisco and other north ern points, regarding the coming events. The northern athletes have been treated royally by the southern enthusiasts and consequently a large number are applying for entry blanks at this early date. Members of the Olympic club of San Francisco have shown a willingness to send a team of their best swimmers to take part in the coming tournament. With preparations being made at this early date this tournament will un doubtedly be the grandest success, eve» held in Southern California. Prepara tory tournaments will be held in the near future to prepare the local swim mers and place them In shape. Among the prominent bwlmmers that will par» ticipate will be "Walter Abegg, the Swiss champion; Ben WalUngton, the Los Angeles favorite; Frank Holbor ow, the speedy short distance man, and Howard Taylor, the Los Angeles high school athlete who made a remarkable showing at the races held at Naples last year. v The coming water polo league will develop new and speedy material thai will undoubtedly show the way to Home of the old-time stars that Have v been carrying away the majority of the trophies in the past. • LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1900. transportation service is provided for the occasion. Bill Aldridge. the Irrepressible kid, announces that the Venice Athletic club will open for business ngraln next Friday night, when Jack Redmond and Sailor Sullivan are scheduled to fur nish a fifteen-round main event. They will meet at catch weights and a great, scrap is assured. Preliminaries over the six-round route are also on the program. The show will start at 8:15 o'clock and will be ended in time for all to catch the regular cars for Los Angeles. Bill is entitled to some con sideration by the fans and his show should be well patronised. He has a good card and at the popular prices which will prevail the fans will get a run for their money. R. L. Thomas got back into the sell ing war game yesterday when he be came so Impressed with the running of W. T. Overton that he claimed him for $1025. This may mean a selling feud between Thomas and Applegate, but Thomas feels like saying let 'er go. He can stand it If anybody can. Animus and Montgomery were shipped to Emeryville yesterday, and it is un derstood that both will start In the Waterhouse stakes. Walter Jennings will ship his entire stable to Emery ville next Saturday, as Is his usual practice each year. The Emeryville division of "Lucky" Baldwin's stable arrived yesterday In charge of Trainer Tom Cooke. and includes Lisaro, Del Cruzador and others. In the absence today of Goorge Ox nard, official pMcemaker. Jack Ben nett may try his hand at arranging- the odds. He will be 23 years old next Sat urday aftrenoon, and I never told a lie unless it was going two ways, and thinks he will be employed permanently after the exhibit of today. Jack 1s a I fine fellow, a good sportsman and a ! plunger when he thinks he Is right, but he has not been right in two years, when it comes to placing his specula tive Investments. By the way, Ben nett will celebrate his natal day next Saturday afternoon immediately after the last race, and those who follow In his footsteps will profit, as he will try to win out the price of the banquet, and he knows how to copper the ace and get his aces and deuces down right. With more of his type In the game there would be no anti-racing legisla tion. Bennett is notorious for the fact that his horses always run for the money, and he never has sent a horse to the post for a workout. He has been on the turf since he was 19 years old and never has been questioned by a judge regarding the running of his horses. There are many more like him, but the few who are unlike him are the ones who are killing the game. Jockey McCarthy, who was one of the injured jockeys In the Juvenile race Monday, is reported as improving, but the doctors say he will not ride again this season. His left lee is broken just above the ankle and it will require at least two months for the Injury to heal sufficiently to permit him to rlae. He is at Clara Barton hospital. At various times the query has floated into this office regarding the disposi tion of the monei' that the racing asso ciation collects from jockeys in fines, and yesterday I made an investigation. There are jockeys and other employes at the track who have been injured at this meeting, and who are in the hos pitals of Los Angeles, and the weekly bills that are paid by the association amount to quite a sum. Only yester day I found that this fund was being put to a great service In caring for the sick and injured, and if the inquiring ones could look over the books of the association and see what the expendi tures amount to in excess of the money collected In fines, and realize the great work that is being done by the associa tion in caring for the sick and Injured who are employed by It and who ride horses and train them for a living, the query never would be repeated. All the fines that have been levied this season by the Judges and the starter will not make up for the sums paid out in seeing that the sick and injured at the track are properly nrovlded for in the Los Angeles hospitals. It Is one of the un covered voluntary charities of the as sociation In turning this fund into a common account for the bonefit of those who offend against the Jockey club rules. BEAVERS TO TRAIN AT SAN LUIS OBISPO SAN LTTTfi OBISPO. March 3.—Wal ter McCredie. manager of the Portland baseball club, arrived here today to open the annual training practice of his team. He was accompanied by Johnson, Graney and Kennedy. The other members of the Portland team are expected to arrive tomorrow. The Beavers will play their first game next Sunday with a San Luis Obispo team. On March 15 Portland will play the Chicago White Sox and will open the ''oast league season In Los Angeles on March 30. ENTRIES FOR TODAY BANTA ANITA First race, 1 mile; selling. Bend Sand 105|Ivanhoe ill Bonton 102|Uberto 106 Chaplet 107 Peerless Last '104 Cln-iipe 104|Paul I 100 Dredger 107[fc>am Bernard 11l Diamond Nose 105 Sachet 104 Humero 110|Tendercrest 104 Second race, 3Vi furlongs; purse, 2-yenr-Mlils. Cassle Argregor ....109 My Last 99 Charles Fox 112 Mr. Ho»o 109 Chas. J. Harvey ....102jMylcs O'Connell 102 Dolmas 104|Pretend 112 Matcrnus 112.Raleigh P. D 112 MUs Hattle 100 Severa l'» Mary's Lamb 98|Shoemaker 103 Third race, 1 mile; selling. Columbia Maid 105! Fielder : 110 Ethon 'lC9Orande Dame 105 Fleming lll|joseph X 107 Fourth race, 6 furlongs; purs*. Julia Powell 112 Maid of Oothvn KM Lady Irma 105 Marbles 112 Mad. Musgrav* 105| Fifth race, 1 3-16 miles; aeliln County Clerk 108[Lord Stanhope 106 Homeless 100|St. Ilarlo 105 Hogarth 102|Vanen 100 King of Mist 10«;Mlke Jordan :...106 .Sixth race, 6" furlongs; selling. All Alone 106 Joule S 108 li.ii Stone 101 La Londe 103 lielle of Iro<iuolß....*lo3iLucy Maria *98 Bitter sir 106 McChord 110 Creaton 100 Paclflco 110 Decklaw K8 Sink Spring 110 Frontenac 10S]Tlm O'Toola 110 Jane Swift «99|Talarand 105 Seventh racs, 1 mile; selling. Brancas llllllannlbal Bey 106 Bye Bye II 109 Miss Officious *104 Cara«co 10? Rublnon 106 ,Charles Ileenoy 106 St. Kllda •in; Coblenklil 106Teo Beach 109 Dixie Lad 11l Vlvant 109 Dr. Mnthews 110 "Apprentice allowance. HANDICAP GOES TO STANLEY PAY EASILY BEATS FIELD IN THE CASSATT WALKER PUTS OVER PAIR OF JUICY GOOD THINGS Osorine Repeats for Him at Good Odds —Coppertown Upsets Cal culations in Juvenile Event. Track Getting Good [By Asaoclated PreM.) OAKLAND, March 3.—Stanley Fay. making his lirst appearance since ar riving from Arcadia, won the Caasatt handicap easily at Emeryville today. Rose Queen set the pace, but Stan ley Fay passed her without trouble in the last sitxeenth. Madman was third. Osorine was another winner from the Walker stable. Coppertown, a long shot, upset calculations by winning the two-year-old event. There were some light showers last night and today, but the rain helped the track, which was in good shape. In one of the best finishes of the sea son Coppers, another long shot, won the fifth from Givonni Balerio and Ml not, the trio being noses apart. Re sults: First race, futurity course, selling— Osorine, 91 (Deverlch), won; Seven Full, 108 (Borel), second; Trafflne, 98 (Ross), third. Time, 1:10 3-6. Green Goods, Bright Skies, Brush Up, Ace of Diamonds, Mechlin and Combury also ran. Second race, three and a half fur longs, purse—Coppertown, 110 (Borel), won; Livonia, 97 (Taplin). second; Fire, 113 (Mentry), third. Time, :42 3-5. Turret, Balronla, Trans-Atlantic, Gra hame, Garnicht, Amelia also ran. Third race, six furlongs, selling—Bell wether, 110 (Butler), won; Early Tide, 105 (BuxtonJ, second; Fireball, 106 (Taplin), third. Time, 1:13 4-5. War den, Little Slss and Saint Modan also ran. Fourth race, one and one-Bixteenth miles; Cassatt handicap—Stanley Fay, 116 (Scovllle), won; Rose Queen, 92 (Deverlch), second; Madman, 98 (Tap lin), third. Time. 1:48. Ocean Shore, Fancy and Big Bow also ran. Fifth race, mile and seventy yards, selling—Coppers, 106 (Butler), won; Givonni Balerio, 109 (Deverich), sec ond; Minot, 109 (Mclntyre), third. Time, 1:47 3-5. Sixth race, seven furlongs, purse- Eye Bright, 112 (Butler), won; Cressi na, 110 (Sullivan), second; Tony Faust, 109 (Lee), third. Time, 1:27 4-5. Col lector Jessup, Buchanan, Surety, Duch ess of Montebello and Seweli also ran. MONROVIA WILL MEET POLY HIGH SECONDS Monrovia Hopes to Prove That Recent Successes Will Bring Her Vie. Tory, Although Polys Are Confident In view of the successes recently met with by Monrovia in several more or less recent track meets, the athletes of the foothill city will meet Polytech nic high second team next Saturday at the Monrovia grounds. While it Is hardly expacted that Monrovia will carry off the lion's share of honors, nevertheless a remarkably good show ing is looked forward to by all who noted her previous excellent efforts. The Monrovia grounds have recently been improved and a large crowd will be present. While Monrovia has but a dozen ath letes In the field, several of these are of the first grade. Hswvey Is doped to win the high Jump, broad jump and shot put, while Shepard will be relied upon for the distance event. Only in the sprints is Monrovia at all weak. For Monrovia this amounts to a workout for the suburban meet to be held the latter part of the month at Occidental, in which event she hopea to win first honors. Polytechnic will send out the flower of her many athletes and looks forward to a more or less easy victory. Among the men who will wear her colors are Baird and Jones, crack sprinters; Per eival tho distance man, and Murphy, who will In all probability carry off first honors In the hammer throw. \ large crowd will accompany the Poly squad to the foothill city and Monro via at least assures them an exciting meet. Poly's Lineup Polys lineup will be as follows: Bentgen—so-yard dash, BSO-yard run, relay. Baird—loo and 220 yard dashes, relay. Murray—Hammer throw, shot put, re lay. McPhail—so and 100 yard dashes. Haywood—High and broad jumps. Egly—44o-yard dash, mile run. Heaney—44o-yard dash, mile run. Jones—so, 100 and 220 yard dashes, relay. Pereivlle—Bßo-yard and mile runs. Fox—44o-yard dash, 880-yard run. Monrovia's Lineup Monrovia will have the following men in the field: K. Harvey—loo-yard da.sh, high jump, broad jump, pole vault, shot put, re lay. H. Rhepard—Bßo-yard and mile runs. r. Whltakor—loo and 220 yard dashes, pole vault, relay. \V. Crandall— 2Bo and 440 yard dashes, relay. S. Whitconrib—Shot put, hammer throw. F. Boyd—Pole vault. F. Blackington—Mile run. J. Campbell—44o-ward dash, relay. C. Glenny—Relay, 220-yard dash. S. Black—High jump, broad jump. HAS-BEEN FIGHTERS ARE USING OXYGEN NEW YORK, March 3.—The adminis tration of oxygen, considered by most persona us a fanciful scheme for strengthening athletes under strain, proved a boon to Young Corbett In his fight with John Marto, In which 1) ■ had a shade the better last night. His natural courage, combined with the oxygen treatment, enabled him to put up the fight which surprised ho many of his foflowers. Copious doses were given to him after each round, and the effect was Imme diately noticeable. While some experts declare the fight was a draw, the vic tory was generally conceded to Cor bett. The oxygen treatment, it Is pre dicted, will be used often In the future, AD WOLGAST AND HARRY BAKER MATCHED TO BOX AT TEN ROUNDS Crack Trio Balltossers Sent South by Manager Comiskey NICK ALTROCK, PITCHER GEORGE S. DAVIS, ALIAS "BRAINS" DOC WHITE, SPITBALL ARTIST SEATTLE MAN TURNS UP AS BALDWIN HEIR Expressman in Northwest Metropolis Informs Public That He Has Been Well Taken Care Of in Will of Noted Turfman SEATTLE, March 3.—Henry Kyle, an expressman living in Seattle, is a nephew and former ward of E. J. iLucky) Baldwin, and has been as sured he has been well taken caro of by the will of the turfman, which dis poses of the largest estate ever pro bated in Southern California, amount ing to about $30,000,000. Kyle returned from Los Angeles last week after spending two days with his relatives and brought with him two valuable presents from the man with whom he went to live at the age of 7 years. One was a diamond ring of considerable value and the other was the watch worn for a number of years by the turfman. "I was 7 years old when Baldwin took me to raise, and I remained with him until I was 17, living in Michigan, Illinois and Nebraska. Then I ran away and it was twenty years lat^r when I ran across him in Montana. He induced me then to come back, and I remained three days, if I remember rightly," eaid Kyle. BEGIN BOXING IN TENNESSEE NASHVILLE, March 3.—The first boxing bout under the new Tennessee law will take place here Friday night. The contestants will be Bill K«rr of New York and Eddie Jones of Atlanta. HERALD'S SANTA ANITA FORM CHART I. ~ ■ ;■■■.■-•:■'. SANTA ANITA, March 8, —EIGHTY-TIIIRB DAT. Wither eloodyf track fast. A. XV. Hamilton, presiding Judge; i. J. Holtman, (tarter. FIRST RACE—7 furlongs; 4-year-olds and up; selling; purse MOO. Horse ami Owner. " I Wl. I St. 14 V, •* St. Fin.] Jockey ~ Capt. Kennedy. 4, Flannagan....) 127 I i » H 5 4* » 11 Walsh wmm nil; •■-}*» m Tims ill! 21 4-6 86 2-5. 47 4-5, 1:00, 1:14 1-6. 1:28 1-6. Winner, eh. g. nublcon-Anita D.; tralneTiTy owner Wento post at 1:50 at post 4 minute,. Start good. Value to winner $5 Won easUy: second and third handily. Scratched-T.o Beach, Merrill. Vlrlando. Ba raiicas. Llberto. Dixie Lad. Ivanhoe, Senator Barrett. Aucassln. ■.-',-■ SECOND RACE-SVi furlongs; J-year-oIds; purse 1400. ' Horse and. Owner. - I Wt. | St. lj 14 % "■ Fin. ■""*?;■?■ Flying Sorrel. Thon^a IJU I 1 .. ... ... jl J»H BcM...n« Mike Molett. Newman IW4 2 8 1 4 M Howard J. M. Stokes. Clark 99 J SJ SJ JT Medallion. MacManus 108 7 6h •* ™c"< h > Play Hoy. Summers Co 97 6 7 ' Wa"n m « in 17 1-6 '8 3-6 40 4-6. Winner, eh. c. Cesarion-Kntle W.; trained by H. He- Dan^e^-ent' to po»t at 215 at post 6 minute.. Start good. Value to winner 1825. Won finj secondl driving; third handily. Ovorwelght-J. M. Stoke. 2. C. H. ratten 114. Mike Molett 1H- THIRD RACE—6 furlongs; 4-year-olds and up; selling; pursa $40». "Hor.o and Own"e7 wtJ_. Bt-> W St' FI- n - JOC'"' W T Overton 4 Applegate }HT~I Bh •1" ... IM 2 1,4 Wlll«n \v T nv»rtnn 4 ADDlenate 113 * 6n 6 4 ... ait JHt warm 2k OISKTpI^S- 8tab1.... 106 • 4* 4 IV4 ... 4 1 3n % Kennedy r^U. gA« •::::::::::: 12 i *? »21h ::: I 8 .Mt SSKii Tlme-12 23 14 4-5, 47 1-5, 69, 1:12. Winner, b. g. Saln-Mlss Marion; trained by owner. . Went to post at 2:40; at post 4 minutes. Startgood. Value to winner 1325. Won easily; same same; third driving. Scratchcd-Whlp Top, Pal, Free Knight the Bear. ""FOURTH II.VCE-IV4 miles; 3-year-old; purse $400. ~ ■ H.,c- and Owner. |Wt. 81. % I* M—^ Fin. ! - ■I'"'"rJZ. Harrlman. I 114 I *Z II 13 1 2 1 2V4 "}* Kennedy Donald Macdonald, Chlnn 1.4 3 >H 3h J» 3 1 »** BohHllnf Guy rttlMT, Hende-n-co:::::::: 14 . 6 IS SU "8 Ji 3- i lowers J. H. Reed, Henderson Co 114 1 lh 6 IV4 2>^ 4 1 4 1 Mc ,ec Lawt.m Wlggln.. House 4 6 6 « « 5 « 6 7 ButweU Fnotpa'l, Kl.-ls.htnann 114 1 3 6 '.. 4' a 5 % 6 r' ' ullen T i mn 2-6 24 2-5 36 48 1-5, 1:00 1-5, 1:13, 1:26, 1:38 4-5. 1:52. Winner, eh. c. Flaudlt- Dorothy Ham-.ton; trained by owner. Went to post at 3:07; rfit post 3 minutes. Start good. Value to winner $325. Won easily; second driving; third easily. FIFTH ItACE— miles; 4-year-olds and up; purse JIM. ■■.:<"i Tl^T'a'nd Owner. I Wt. | St. V, % M St. Fln.| Jockey , \ Oowan 4 Caftrey »' 2 42 2" 2H4 1 1 11 | McCarthy MaTtb?e I Relf . Va 3 2h 3h 3h 3 1 22% Burn. NorWtt,' 4'hou.::::: v* 13% 4 IVi *™ « m 3 4 McOeo Cloyni. 4. Stevens M 5 5 i 5 5 4 SV4 Russell Oreen Seal. 5. St. James Stable.. lOW 4 14 1 2',j, IHi 2 1 5 Powers Time— 1-5 24 35 4-5 47 4-5, 1:00, 1:12 4-5,1:25 2-5, 1:38. 1:51 8-5. Winner, eh. m. Ar moath II -Mead'owly; trained by S. J. Lawler. Went to post at 1:10: at post 3,4 minutes. Start food. Value to winner $325. Won easily; second and third same. Overwelght-Qree.-i Seal 3. i . . ■ . SIXTH RACK— mile; 3-year-old colts and geldings; selling; purse 1400. Horse and owner. I Wt. | St. Y t '.i % St. Fln.| Jockuy String.n'cy. Thoma* HO 2 1 3>i 13 . y-'.i 1 4 1 2-4 Schilling OulseCahn Co ."......" U0 3 62 62 SI 41 22% Powers. French Conk. St. James Stable... 110 8 6Hi 3 2 2 h 2 2 3h Henry Azo Steveni ' 107 10 » h 10 10 8 5 4h Rico • ♦Alien lie Spence Co 102 7 7 1 f » I 4 II 6h Cole Unc?" Jim. China % .. 110 I 2 2 2 IV, 34 3Hi 6 n McQee Solusi Hlldr-th ..'. >.. 110 1 4 % 5 h 7h 6 1 7h Burns . Nasmerlto King W4 6 in 8 h '» 4 » 3 810 King •l-'ir'.m 6'Malley M • «1 »«l «1 7 H 9 Mon.lon , r:rb"t? Emery I'M * 3h 4 IVi 4 h 10 Fid up Walsh Time—l 2 1-6 23 4-5, 35 3-5, 48. 1:00 3-6. 1:13 4-6, 1:26 3-5, 1:40 1-5. Winner, b. c. Setnpronlus- Tasmania; trained by H. McDanlol. Went to post at 3:06; at post 5% minutes. Start good. Valuo to winner 1325. Won easily; second same; third driving. Scratched—Little Flush. Overweight— Nasmerlto 1. , SEVENTH RACE-5V4 furlongs; 3-year-olds and up; purse 1400. 11.ir.-.' and Owner. I Wt. I St. V Vi jt St. Fln.| Jockey Colloquy li HoiS 109 I 1 11 ■- 11% •■• 1»4 1214 Powers Achieve, 3, Carman li 3 2 1 2 1 .». 3 1 3 2 Burns Uncle Walter. 8, China 102 4- 43% 4 4 ... 2h 8 514 McOee Shir. Rossmore, I. St. James Bt.. 110 -' 8 1 3 2 ... 4 4 4 214 Butwell Oiotton. 3, Moore Co 97 | 5 5 > 5 ... 5 5 Walsh Time—o 1-6, 17 2-6, 28 4-5. 40 2-5, 53, 1:00. Winner, b. m. Russell-La. Tour; trained by J. mute. Went to pout at 4:20; at post 3% minutes. Start good. Value to .winner 1325. Won easily; second and third Bam.. Scratched—The Bear, Garland, Hoeebcn. Overweight—Col loquy'4, Achieve 4, Uncle Walter 6. •Apprentice allowance. NOTTER SAILS FOR GERMANY TO RIDE Crack American Jockey Leaves Amer. lea to Fulfill Engagements Abroad. Has Splendid Record to Leave Behind NEW YORK, March 3.—Joe Notter, who headed the list of winning jockeys on the metropolitan tracks last year, and is one of the best riders ever de veloped in this country, sailed yester day on the Kaiser Wilhelm II to fulfill a contract made to ride in Germany this year. Notter was under contract to James It. Keene last season, and won many rich stakes for tho vice chairman of the Jockey club. He handled the un beaten Colin in his three winning races, he rode Celt to victory ih the Brooklyn handicap, he brought Ballot home in the Suburban and four other races, and he won the Futurity with Maskette. During the season he handled 149 win ners. To Sum Up Case Today NEW YORK, March 3.—A1l the evi dence having been submitted, counsel will sum up tomorrow In tne case for the government against the American Sugar Refining company for alleged evasion of customs duties through shortage in weight. The most Impor tant witness was M. C. Parmer, com missioner of weights for Massachusetts, who gave expert testimony concerning the merits and demerits of certain types of scales. part n CRACK FEATHERS COME TO TERMS WOLGAST AND BAKER SIGNED BY M'CAREY MAKES BEST CARD ARRANGED HERE IN LONG TIME Furnish Main Event of Big Show at Naud Junction Tuesday Night. Topnotchera Confident of Adding to Laurels One of the best cards that have been niianK'il locally in a long time was irnl through yesterday by the Pacific Athletic club, when Ad Wolgast, un doubtedly one of the greatest feather weights of the day, and Harry Baker, formerly considered next to Abe Attell In that division, were matched for a ten-round bout at the Naud fight club next Tuesday night. According to the article! of agreement the boys will weigh In at 125 pounds at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and there will be little advantage for either in this regard. Despite the ugly stories circulated after his tight with Walter Little last weak, Wolgast is one of the greatest drawing cards today that any fight club could engage, and the Pacl/lc Athletic club has shown excellent Judgment in arranging this card. Attell stopped Baker In eight rounds, and Harry skldooed to Philadelphia, where he gained experience and developed Into a real top-notch fighter. Wolgast fought Attell most creditably In a recent ten round bout, and in all his local en casements has shown that class which places him next to the champion. If not on a par with him. McCarey certainly has arranged a card that should fill his fight barn next Tuesday night, and the fact that It Is fhe best betting card that has been arranged in Los Angeles In a long time indicates the degree of Interest which the supporting fans will take in this bout. AMATEUR COMMISSION REFUSES REGISTRATION Chairman C. B. Raltt Probably Will Have to Serve Out Hit Term, Hit Associates Being Well Pleated with Him Amateur baseball was discussed at length at the meeting of the Southern California commission of the A. A. U. tail nU'ht at tho Los Angeles Y. M. C. A. The first subject to come before tho commission wag the solectlon of a new chairman. This was made necessary by the resignation of Chairman C. B. Kaitt »it a meeting held two weeks ago, when he stated that It would be im possible to act in that capacity on ac count of his present duties In connec tion with the Los Angeles playgrounds. His resignation was not accepted and it practically was decided that he would have to serve for some time to come, and possibly for the full year. The resignations of W. H. Leonard and Haynes Reed, as delegates-at-large, were accepted, and the chairman was instructed to communicate with Presl dt-nt Sidney Peixotto for power to ap point representatives in their places. These appointments will be made in all probability at the next regular meet ing, to be held the first Wednesday In April. Kinter Hamilton of Harvard Military academy reported that ho had received an anonymous letter, accusing two of the Long Beach high school baseball players of having played in Sunday games with professional clubs at the bench town. Nothing waa done in re gard to the charges, as It was not con sidered of sufficient Importance to jus tify ofllclal action. The case of Herbert Witt of the Or ange Union high school was brought before the commission by Witt in per son, and after a lengthy discussion of his amateur standing It was voted to reinstate him upon the promlso that ho would take part In no more Sunday games with professional baseball play ers. Dr. Barker of Orange was ap pointed a committee of one to investi gate the baseball situation at Orange and report at the next regular meeting. The application of Cam Lafferty, the former Polytechnic high school student, for reinstatement, was laid on the table for one month, and Key. Father Martin was Instructed to have Lafferty appear In person at the next regular meeting, April 6, and show why he should not remain suspended from the ranks of the amateurs. I.' s Henry, as usual, made a strong argument In behalf of the amateu***. and In part said: "I see no reason why consideration of amateur baseball should be deferred. There aro several fast amateurs in Southern California, and some provision should be made to protect the amateur and weed out the professional. This is a serious matter and should be taken up at once to properly adjust the situation." No definite action was taken, however. rash prizes of }1 each will be given for best description of some purchase, either unusual or amusing, hy school hoy or girl of the southwi?3t. Something out of the usual Is desired. Topic, "What I Bought In ." 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