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THE HERALD'S SPORTING NEWS JEFFRIES DUE HOME TONIGHT HUNTING TRIP UP NORTH HAS NOT BEEN SUCCESS ONLY ENABLED HIM TO GET SOME NEEDED WORKOUTS Big Fellow Will Start Training Again Tomorrow, with Bob Arm. strong as Chief Assistant Jeffries will arrive In I.o? Angeles porno time this vpning, and if he ad heres to his original plans will be gin light trail again tomorrow ut Ills home, with Bo Armstrong as nla chief assistant. Jeff has been awfully reticent regarding these plans for ear ly training, bui as he is going to be- Bin real work April 1. at nowardennnn ]Kirl<, little Importance attaches to What he may do here In the meantime. The big fellow is taking it for granted that something will Interfere in behalf of Jack Johnson to prevent the big coon from going to jail before the championship scrap comes off ami Jeff regarda the dingo In the light of. a meal ticket, allee samee Langford- Barry, While thin Is trup, Jeff is go- Ing ahead with l.i.- tralnin; ns if he expected to have some trouble with tiie coon and he will have little time left after he comes home In which to .'t ready for the regular training siege. The hunting trip up in the Tchachapl country wan productlvi nf onlj one re- BUlt, a lot of good exercise for the big boy. and whi he returns he will be ready to enter upon the bard grind ahead of him. Hi will have abn ten diiys in which to do somo road work, wood chopping stunt.o and otherwise get ready for a r< KUlar roul of stiff work and with Armstrong to help him he should b< In fine condition for hard work when ho reachea Ro wardennan park. There was little of note yesterday in regard to othi i matches for local light fans to worry about. Jim Flynn, the popular scrapper who Always trips I t<> win, Bays that he Will take n shoi I icatlon in the mountains near Pueblo, after Which he Will return t< Los An gel< and nsk for other engagements, ]t la no disgrace to be beaten by a tighter of the Langford class, so Jim has not b< i ii eliminated as a draw rani here yet. He always will find n welcome for him any time he honks up with an opponent in b local ring. U.C. FRESHMEN WIN DUAL MEET BERKELEY, March 19. The Uni- Ver»itj o1 v Ith eaße fn nn Stsmfoi .i In the I Ik Ing 80 1-2 i ' ll 1-2 in thi Ir favor i Most of thi cvi nta v • re held In the rain. The course wan heavy and tii' time waa generally bad. The in" i exciting feal <re of the afternoon was the struggle between price oi and Altmann of California In I run Thi j al i ted in thi Irad !:i I !i" different laps, .ni,i .it th" finish I'tii and croßßi tl t l! ■ tapi first. Altmann ; i ired ■""1 'ten by Huyne of his own team for ■ lace. C 11. Whitm California men, v i under proteßi from Stanford that hi Irish:. i tiifornia won the mile i ■ outdistancing Si.mi In the 120-yard hurdles Mini of Cali fornla, the star hurdler of Berkeley, tripped and fell, and he was out o the race. Thi outi ome of tl ' wai In doubt vi ' the fact that the Callfon very i by takii i places In the nun : Braun of Stanford crnt away with the first heat in 10 4-"i seconds, but was lost in tliu sifting out *huflle. Hart nian of LT. C. had no troubli In the final. He jum] ahead with the gun and hrnl c the tape fiver a ard ahc id of his teammate, Rodda. Harrlne of Stanford, though Jump- Ing from a so^^y take-off, cleared the liar at ." feet 10 inches In the high jump. flla performance was excep tionally good. The events were won np follows: 100-yariJ dash—Flrnt heat; liraun (S.) won, Hies. (C.) neeond, Andrews (C) iliinl; ttma -10 :i-i. Second heat: Rortda (C.) won, li.ir' rnan (C.) and Allen (C.) tied tor m I; tlmo :103-5, Final l.ei.t: Hartman e'.) won, Ihnlil.i IC) pcuiid, Allrn (C.) third; time i :!<> 4-5. 820-yard hunilcs—nnltnitn '<" > won, Havens (C) Hecnnd, lrf>ml>nnl iC) and Kern is ) tie fur third; tlmo :ZI 2-3. 2""-yanl ilasli— ilnrtmrm iC) won, ! Miff n'.t pc-nnii, Andrew is i limi: time :24 3-5. ISO-yanl hurdles—First licnt; MuKUin (H.) won.l Mini I'M BPfniid. tiuddlrk (S.) third; ttma :IT--*. Srcond heat: Kirns «S.> won, I Itedman (O.) tpwnd, Ufrrtoii n.i third; ! Ilma :17 2-.".. I'in-!I hrat: Kerna (S.) won, i Mugulre is.) bt-omid, Rtdman (C.) third: tlmo Milo run—Prlro iPtanford) flmt. Alt man (C.) BCH'Ontl, Pratt iStanford) third! lini.' 4:48. Two-mile run- Hliroul 1C.,) won, nhodra ((".) fceroiu], Jacobuii (C.) third] llniD 10:533-5, Bllot put—nuddlck 'Si »-nn, sir-m re.) pec iijii], Clark iS.» tliini, distance .'is feet 2 inches. High Jump—Marrlno (P.) won, Hill (C.) sec ond, Argabrlta IS.) thlr-J; height D feet 10 lnclms. Hammer throw-Hampton <C, won, Itfl feet 7 inches: Btroud (C), eccnnd, in? ftt-t !1 Inches; Lawrence (Stanford) third, ivs feet I Inches. 440-yard dnsh—Whitney IC.) won, Miller (C.) second. Thobura iS.> third; tlmu :"i \ .'. Mile run -I'rl'.o (S.) won, Hayno (C) sec ond, Altman (C.) third; tlmo 4:i-. Hammer throw—Hampton iC.) won, strnti-i (G.) second, Lawrence (S.> third; distance 109 I feet 7 Inches. Broad Jump—Allen (C.) won, F.sdman (C.) j second, Crltes (C.) tlihd; dißtance 21 feel ',» I Inch. Pole vault—Stevena IF.) won, I'otter (C.) j Fecond, Hill (C.) third; height i" feel r> inches. Relay race—Won by California; time 3:r>l 4-;. WOLGAST CHOOSES MORAN KANSAS CITY, Mo. ,March 19.—Ad Wolgasl BUid here today his next fight ■would be w:i)i iwen Moran, and not Nel on, and that it would take place before McCarey's club in Log Angeles early in Juno. I AMERICA NRUNNER WINS L.i )Vp. i\. Man h 19 VI aid, ;m American Kin i univei l"n-\i' i d hut iii n1 thi nnual ' v Cambridgi Interval Ity ports Ht Queen's club today Uii time i ■ecomls. Cambridge won tin I N r^l < 3UCK"SH€EP BUCK*SHEEP kC'S^^^ «, 7 A ■ /r """ ' /^^^^f T«W WAS A CROO«D'«AN\ CV S> "(^ V' s '• 1 . " ' fWiW t v-jftltctlD A CROOKEO LANE - ilv> " --Mm/^ /i\ ! ,1 ■ I I /'' \wTW Mt AD ; a crooked «ecorO »*<r a song' 3P f-:. t > r^vt- i// ■ " ' ■ " • "-'^f Mi ** l1^) H E N**TJJ F .: "Pi P ■' , r7rt i'o PET'nFD ■• t - •,- ■ . I , - JOHNSON STARTS REAL TRAINING LOSES FOUR POUNDS AFTER A SPIN ON THE ROAD Big Smoke Puts in Morning on ChL cago Park Highways and Tackles Gym Appara. tus After Lunch CHICAGO, March 19.—Jack Johnson, in ay. nplon •- put :k in with Jeffries til Emeryville, July 4. Tin ■■' ■ , ' i on the t night, found that i off tour pounds i dupois. tramping lies through Smith Side park, .: pi taklni i whirl at s Installed In his ■ n ■•-mm. .•tit for his spin Ii the :..' mark, but at the t night he h ;.i ■ii to 21 i ounds. WESTERN PONIES TO FILL POLO STABLES Rich New Yorkers Quietly Buy Up Large Bunch and Put Ex. perts to Training Them NKW VOJtK, March 19,—Quietly Knd wltliriut any fuss iinil feathers, eighty small huißuH bought in the west by ,1 number of rlc-h N, a Yorkers, arrived hero Bfveral Uuyß ago and aro quar tiri-d at the Hal'lllllll farm ncai Iluniu- Ktead, 1.. I. Under tho earo of a dozen expert polo players, wcjrk has already started tip whip theHe animala Into line as polo ponies, and sli- are ra pectwl tci make tii»- best nnmnti w 111 h have evfr been Introduced Into the. game in America, Thi' li'>r were entirely green t'j tho»> rame ul.en brou hi re, and many of tlieni had never been broken at nil, Two or three which did not . .mi up tn tlii' standard have been weeded out, 1,,, i the others will probably bo in shape to use in the gani'S lure, thi.s seagonj The Meadowbrook polo players are fortifying themselves for an Invasion if Englishmen, who .sooner or later will make an attempt to win back the cup liich was brought over here last year, and these new ponies hre the iir.-l etep I), hi:; ken to repel the team from the other side. H is understood that ninny of the horses \vi re bought by August Belmont, who, by the way, la preparing for a most extensive campaign on the turf this summer. The opening day at Bel mom park is going to be a gala one, for tho new Mrs. Imnnt will be there and nally bo mistress of the occasion. ■«-•-«- • YALE WITHDRAWS FROM BIG WRESTLING TOURNEY xi:\v I [AVKN, i 'onn., I irch [nter c'olli ki-ii ■■ W'n oclal lon and n ill : tin nnual Tlili • the n lien < loebel, i tin Sweeney, I In eligible tv wrestle al the Intercollegiate LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNIXG, MARCH 20, 1910. The Ringside "Mother Goose" MAGNATES TO MEET AND DISCUSS KLING BIG LEADERS WILL GET TO GETHER TUESDAY Famous "Leave of Absence" Letter to Play Important Part In Evidence Submitted—Special Con. ference Necessary CINCINNATI, March 19.—Chairman Herrmann of the national baseball commission has forwarded to Pn Johnson >if the American league the i apers In the I Kilns, and the president of the American league, together with President Lynch of the National league, is exp Tuesday, when final action "ill be taki n. It originally waa Intended to Kliiisr case by a mail vote, bul ttera ari a ipei iil conference of the commission i s;i ry. famous "leave of absence" letter i lent M ur] hy claimed to have sent Kllng, ;i carbon copy of which Chair- Herrmann holds, will play an iin pui i.int part In the Kling cat c. OFFICIAL IN FAVOR OF AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL American Consul at Hobart Declares Style of Play Is Open and Free from Injuries to the Men w \siii\i;Ti iN, Man I. lit. Football is played In Australia is not dan i •. la of great ;ithl< tic benefit, and .hi at i iilriit is a raril ■ • 'onaul liakor -it Hobart, in an ■ <>C :i c v liii'li he sends to the bun au of manufactures. The Australian n imc, dc\ Ised 1 ..i, Hi..-, th" i i.i.:-iii iys, re ■ iuh'is D field oval in ■■'< i|«: and a i 180 yards trom one i?nul to tl ther. The' players »t the star! are ■ ainu,. . of the in hi down to the center. the science of the game Is tn keep omblned n n, thi game never i loses up .'iini the i mci t In pen ■ ugglo. It is not allowable to trip a man, put arms around his neck or otherwise en danger him. The ball i in lie taken from ;t man only by knocking 11 from his hand. i been well ustal liHhnd in Australia to the cxclußlon of 11 styli , and the consul's rej many as 10,000 persons attend the i Melbourne. FRESNO TEAM WINS FRESNO, March 19 Th< F State ! igue baseball team tod lj rlo i iakeraflelri [ndependi til Bui kli b, the local •■ •■' struck out ten and allowed i Score: Fresno 8, hiu< 11. errors I. i lakoi si ' ; -'• errors 7. Batteries Buckli c and M' 1] »onough; i Xraeger, Dow and Waters. ' PLANS LAID FOR BIG YACHT RACE PROPOSED HANDICAP DOES NOT FIND FAVOR Probability Is That Other Ports Will Be Represented in Los An geles.Honolulu Contest An ultimatum has been sent to Hawaii V:uiit club of Honolulu by the smith Coast Yacht club that an hour and a hair handicap a foot In favor of I mailer boats entered In the 1910 Ingeles-Honolulu race does not find fuvor with local yai htsmen, and the half hour a foot handicap allowed in tii" two former racei la satisfactory to the yacht owners of Los Angeles harbor. At .1 meeting of the South Const Yacht club the matter was thoroughly threshed out by the members of the commltt in this i Ide of tin- Pacific, was the result that Commodore B. C, P. Smith has been Instructed to send a cablegram to Honolulu stating that the handicap of the two former rai • a would stand for the race this summer. Xhli race, whli h Is the greati at bi ennial yacht race In the world for deep ... sportsmen, is arousing more In i m over the coast this year than ever before, and lour entrlos have al ri ady been mai i( bouts. There good pi o ipects of two more, mak ing six boats In all which will sail from thR local harbor. According to members of the race i, there are excellent pros- j . ntti> 3 li om San Fran- < nevon ''it i i's from Seattle and I three from Vancouver, B, C. Honolulu nter two boats the Hawaii, which was entered In the hist race, anr the Kamehameha, a 49-footer, which i* eligible since the restriction! to boats v id, v -in fool water line ha\ c been taken off tho race. The doing away with this restriction has resulted In the possibility of at least six more m trles than would have been the case i herwise. The Hawaii of Honolulu «iil sail under another skipper than In her last race. For two years the boat has been tried oul for the race of 1810, Her ballast lias been Bhifted and reshifted, alia changed and numerous other Features have been Inaugurated in a desperate effort to land the race this j yi ar, So far the Hawaii is the biggest I entered. i ommodore Smith of the South Coast yacht (lull has entered the schooner Sweetheart. He has had his craft pulled out on the ways at Fellows' Ship yard and heavier sticks are being put Into her. Her clumsy keel is being ( ut off into the shape of the keel of a B schooner. Outside ballast and . Lter di pth are being added, The third entry is Francis Hay's Winsome, whovo designer, C. D. Calla ii.iii, started the agitation for an hour and a half a foot handicap. The Win some ■: a 50 footer and can hold her own without such a hitr handicap, and hud the latter held a number of bin schooners which are preparing to enter wo'dil ha vi been scared oul w iih bu ii h n ad\ a ntage o\ er i hem a i the s mailer boats would have held. Another entry which Is arousing eon . nil rabltt speculation is a new 47-footer, Iwash, being built by Charlie Kul- ton especially fnr tin's race. She li fi new style boat on the Pacific const ami combines tho lines of a Gloucester fisherman wiih ■< me Ideas of Fulton's own. She will probably be one or tiio smallest •ntn.>-< In the race, but Fulton Is SO confident of what she is poin^ to do thai he scouts tiio Idea of asking mure than a half hour a fool handicap. While rhe Bkldbladnlr, Frank Oar butt's big Schooner, has not been en ter, d, there is every expectation that she will he in the race. New sticK being hewn for her already, and she is being put in shape to show up a much faster race (if speed than for merly. Two other entries which are not ready to be announced are being ar ranged, and in the event they are pulled through all right will bo an nounced to the public They aii' ex pected to arouse much interest. So far, while definite entries have not boon made from northern ports, the race committee is being deluged with correspondence regarding the pro. visions of the rare, anil it is safe to assert that the greatest contest ever sailed on the Pacific ocean by amateur yachtsmen will be pulled off this sum mer. Everybody who has a boat big enough to carry a , lew and provisions for the trip is contemplating entering the race, or at least making the trip, and ymht owners are already being deluged with off.rs from yaehtsmi n who are anxious to go along as crew in any one of the boats. STAGG IS PLEASED WITH OBSERVATIONS Experiments with Proposed New Foot. ball Rules Most Satis. factory and Con. vincing NEW YORK, March 19, Alonso A. Stage, physical director of Chicago university and a member of the foot j ball rules committee, which will rai et again on March 26 In this city to com -1 piete the task of revising the code, lias expressed himself as well pleased mill thl laboratory tests made re cently with the University of Kansas cli yen. Under the circumstances he will come to the meeting with ideas of a more or less practical nature, and will be prepared to substantiate his arguments for revision along certain lines with facts. Mr, Stapp; says; "i am well satisfied with my experi ments on the football suggestions with the University of Arkansas players. (>n most suggestions I have precon ceived ideas and opinions. <)n many of these my opinions have now become convictions. On a few my opinions have been changed, and on others on which I have not formed definite views i i can not speak with conviction, In all respects the tests cannot he said tn be conclusive, but they furnished 1,1, iii ins- capacity as one of the mem bers of the rules committee with data Which are most valuable. "11l my work 1 bad the counsel and criticism of two broad-minded, thor ough students of football, Coach Huso Bozdok of the University of Arkansas and Walter Kekersall. The opportunity to discuss every aspect of the experi ments before, during the progress of the tests and , afterward was of no little value to me,. For the University Ol Arkansas players who made the sacrifice of tlmi and i nergy In prepara tion beforehand and who worked like Trojans dm Ing the i hree days of hard scrimmage, i can only voice praise and gratitude. "I am convinced that from the sug gestions which have been made by the committee there can be evolved Implar, safe, more Interesting and yet virile gamo of football." NEW CLASSIC IS ATTRACTIVE EMPIRE CITY FEATURE HAS 62 ENTRIES Popularity of James Butler, Promoter of Yonkers Meeting, Proved by Classy Nomina. tion* NKW FORK, March 19.—The Empire City handicap hai received sixty-two entries—the record number of nomina tions to a handicap for the season. This latest of the big turf fixtures has proved more popular with owners than the old "classics," the Brooklyn and the Suburban, each of which received forty-aeven. All the champions, young and old, are In the M I event, which will mark the opening <>f thr racing , at the hilltop track at Yoiikers un Jvily 21. Tliis great lint of nominations is i striking proof of the esteem In which Mr. Butler !• held by turfmen through out the United Btatea. His pluck i'< maintaining ■ racing meeting at the 1-2111 I»ii-* ■ Clt} track in 1909 and l'.tlO in the fai c ol w rtaln low ami his adherence to thr stakes which bad i to entrlen earned for him many frlenda among owneri. They Hhowed their appreciation of bit principle in almost swamping his racing secretary Lyman Davis, with entries. S. C. Hildreth la the largest Individ ual nominator. He has named Kins; James, Restigouche, Firestone, Joe Madden, Fayette and Dalmatian. James K. Kecne is second on the list with Ballot, Maakette, Hilarious and Affliction. J. N. Camden named Boggs, Miami and Boola Boola. John B. Mad den is among the big number of own era who entered two horses. His rep reaentativi a are Pita Herbi it, the champion racer of h'.si year, ami Hampton Court, the S-yoarlold colt with which he won 137,000 In i>cts last fall at Aqueduct. Hurry Payne Whit ney lias nominated Dinna Ken and Bea Cliff and R. T. Wlleon, jr., has Beau coup and ETalcador. The list of ellgtblea for the Empire City handicap is as follows: Joe Mor ris, Charlie Hargrave, Joft Bernstein, Prlscllllan, Sir John Johnson, Collnet, .Miami, Boola Boola, Ajrclte, Olorlo, Boca Qrande, Eye White, Apache, Dorante, Donau, Countless, Czar. Waldo, I'ulka. KiiiK .lames, Res tlgouehe, Firestone, Joe Madden, Kay ette, Dalmatian, Hanbrldge, Captain Morris, Ballot, Hilarious, Maskette, Affliction, Scarpla, Crystal Maid, Prince imperial, KHz Herbert, Hamp ton Court, Hllen-a Dale. Arondaek, Pauntloroy, Cuthbert, Wise Mason, Glucose, Nlmbuß, Fashion Plate, Duke Hi' Ormonde, Everett, Sandrlan Mult hie, Fighting Bob, Wlntergreen, Neal on. King Olympian, Far West, Katie Wilk, Btanley Fay. <;. M, Miller. Dlnna Ken, Sea ('lift', BeaucouPi Falcada, Cherryola. AMERICAN CHESS PLAYER WINS MATCH BY CABLE NEW YORK, March 19.— F. J. Mar shall !i.-is been credited with a victory in his unfinished game with J. H. Blackburne of the British team at the top board In the recent Anglo-Ameri can cable chess match. A message from the London Chess elul) admits the hopelessness of the English mas ter':- poßltlon. This makes the totals for the match 41/, to :i'j In favor of the British, it In unlikely thai the Americans can In crease their score by. an addition of even a draw, and the final adjudica tion, according to New York experts, will probably show a victory for the British by 6V4 to 3M,. PART 111 COUNTY TRACK RECORDS BROKEN LONG BEACH TEAM WINS FIRST HONORS HOLLYWOOD IN SECOND PLACE BY 7 1-2 POINTS New Figures Are Set in Shot Put and Half Mile Run —Many Events Are Closely Con tested Leading by the food margin of 7'i points over Hollywood high school, its nnnrpul competitor, !-"!!", Beach high track squad carried away the honors in the county high school track meet .11 Harvard field yesterday ufternoon before a fairly good crowd. The final remilts were; Liong Beach SlH> Holly u l ::t, Throop 10i Pasadena 18Vi, Harvard 11, South Pasadena 10, U. S. C. Preps 8. Two county recordi were broken, Olmstead of Harvard putting the 12 pound shot 4ti feet and B Inches, which bettered the county record held by W. Crowley of Throop by l toot and '.' Inches. Dodd of Long Beach and L. smith of Hollywood finished In a i»t fect tie race In the 880 yard run and lowered k. Lee's record, of Harvard, which was 2 minutes and 5 3-B seconds, to :: minutes and :) l-B seconds. This half-mile race whs easily the feature of the meet, with (•<>t ii contestants ■training every nerve and muscle to get the slightest lead 'as they oame down the final stretch, finishing with every ouni c of energy spent In the arms of those « ho caught them. Another pretty race was the bunched finish of the 440 yard dash, which was won bj i>. Mtddougb of Long Beach. (>w:tiK to a charge of Interference broughl against Brandt, the Throop entry, by Barnes of Harvard, who was watching the fust turn to guard ■■<>: an) Jockeying on the part of the con testants, he was disqualified, and Throop thereby lost a second place. Brandt f< it very badly over the dis qualification and claimed that he was only protecting his right to the lead v, hen he prevented Knight of Pasadena from passing him on the inside as they elided the turn. There being it dis pute because of the disqualification as io who was entitled to the second and third places. Rogsoi of Hollywood and Douglas of Harvard were made to inn t> .■ distance over again for the places, Rogson winning. in the dashes Poster of South p dens had everything his own way, winning both the 100 and the 220 by good margins, Imvi- of Long R bi Ing the only one that came an] where near giving him a race. The results: Summary of Events (mo hundred and twenty-yard hur- Goodwin, Hollywood, first; Kis don. Thro, p, second; Long, Long h, third. Time, 17 seconds. i ine-mlle run Dodd, Lone Bi n< n, first; Camp, Throop, second; Randall, Hollywood, third. Time. 1 minutes and ti seconds. Some watches caught thin In 4- seconds, but it was finally agreed to make it 41, which establishes another county record, lowering the former by 1 second, 100-yard dash—Foster. South l'a:u dei a, first; Davis, l/rniß Beach, second; C, Muekerman of Pasadena and i; of Throop tied for third place. Time. 10 2, 44ii-yard dash —1.. MlddoUgh, I Beach first; Rogson, Hollywood, ond; Douglas, Harvard, third. Time, ,"i4 4-5 seconds. 220-yard hurdles —C. Muekerman, Pasaden i, first; Rlsdon, Throo]. ond; Long, Long Beach, third. Time, -7 1-5 seconds. HO yard run—Dodd, I^onß Bi ach, and 1. Smith, Hollywood, tied for first Phne; Stokes, Throop, third. Time, 2:J I-:.. 320-yard dash Poster, South I dena first; Davis, Long Beach, second; Rlsdon, Tinoop, third. Time, S3 W seconds. Relay race —Hollywood, first; Long Beach, second; Pasadena, third. Time, :i;4n ;;-.".. Hammi r throw—Olmstead, Harvard, tirsi; Thompson, Pasadena, s* I; Cranston, Long Beach, third. Dis tance, 1 15 fort 6 Inches. Pole vault — Wilson, T.onK Beach, first; Rlsdon, Throop, second; Queal, Long Beach, and Smith. Throop tlod foi third place. Height, 10 feet. shot put—Olmstead, Harvard, tirst; Clementi r. s. c academy, second; Siefert, Pasadena, third. Distance Ai feel 5 inches. High jump—Parker, r. B. C, academy, first! Smith and Sim lair, both of Throop, tied for second place. Hnißlit, :, feet •:'.. Inches. Broad Jump—Goodwin, Long Beach, first; Jones, Pasadena, Berond; Ran dolph, Hollywood, third. Distance, II [cci :^ Inches. i ifDclals - Hamilton, referee; IHH Kline, starter; «'. a. Barnes, clerk, Helmera, announcer; Merrill, scorer; Whitney. 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