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to Summary Action by Officials
YESTEBOArB "WIXXERS
Best
Bone. Jockey. . Price.
Darelnncton ...Graham J»-!5
Eea Air Lynch :.. «-l
Frascnelo ..... l^ynch 40-1
LUsro Keogh »-2
I-unny Side .. .Mentry "t3-*»
Kokomo Sandy H-5
J. R. Jeffery
As a result of the startling Improve
ment shown by E. J. Baldwin's Llsaro
in the Erosion handicap at Emeryville
yesterday, when he shouldered top
weight of 110 pounds and took the
tnf-asure of the clever field of sprintors
with "which he was running in the sen
sationally fast time of 1:13 for the
six furlongs of the race. Jockey C. Wil
liams, who had. the mount on the horse
when he ran last in the Elslnore handi
cap on Wednesday, was Indefinitely
suspended by the stewards of the Xew
California jockey club. William* had
been before the stewards earlier In the
day to explain the poor performances
of Little Joker, L,i*aro. The Captain
and several other short priced horses
that have recently failed to. run up to
expectations under his handling:. Early
Wright, the train*r of Llsaro, produced
proof of having bet $1,600 on that
horse when he ran co bad£y beaten on
Wednesday. The stewards in suspend
ing Williams took the view that if he
had not been acting dishonestly he was
incompetent, and that in either case It
would be an injustice to the patrons of
the sport to permit him to continue
riding.
CLOSE FINISH IX HANDICAP
The handicap, which was the feature
of the afternoon's racing, produced one
of the most remarkable finishes of the
reason. At the paddock six of the
eight contenders were closely bunched.
In the final strides Lisaro, having come
from last position at the far turn, shot
out of the bunch and scored his clever
victory under vigorous handling by
Jockey Keogh. Sugarmaid, Royal
Rogue, Ocean Shore, Gossiper and Na
tive Son swept by the judges so evenly
aligned that nobody but the officials
attempted to pick the place and show
horses. The five approached the wire
like a line of cavalry on parade, nose
lapping on nose. The Judges placed Su
irarmald second and Royal Rogue third.
<Gosslper was the favorite of the race,
although a post play <m Lisaro came
near making that horse equal choice.
Burning Bush and Otto Price, the out
siders, were never iri the running. The
outcome of the race was certainly a
tribute to the ability of Horace Eg
bert aa a handlcapper.
Favorites fared badly at the track
again yesterday, as only one of them
woo. Jockey Davis, who has been rid
ing well for a fortnight, rode three of
the unsuccessful favorites and landed
but one of his five mounts inside the
money. Little E. Lynch was the only
Jockey to ride two winners.
Jockey Graham came dangerously
close to messing it up with Darelngton,
the heavily backed favorite of the 3
year old race that opened the after
noon's sport. Getting away poorly, £c
took things so easy In the early part
that the backers of Dareington de
spaired of his getting any part of the
money when the field swept around the
Ktretch turn with the favorite far back
in the bunch. The colt showed his
mettle, however, by making a sensa
tional and thrilling stretch run and
f?ot up to win in the last few .strides
from Ben Stone, the second choice, with
which Sandy had been setting the
pace. Sandpiper captured third place,
beating out Swede Sam in the last few
yards. Karennina, piayed to 12 from
20. chased Ben Stone into the stretch
and then stopped.
SEA Am WINS HAXDILV
Sea Air, a 6 to 1 shot ridden by
Jockey Lynch, was always close up «o
the leaders in the second race and, out
lasting them, won handily. Jolly Witch
.came from a long way back and nosed
out the 20 to 1 shot War Times for
the place. The favorite. Good Cheer,
laded away at the end. after laying
along in third position to the stretch.
She appears to be of little account, .as
the field with which she was running
was made up of a very cheap lot. Crigil
showed signs of a return to form when
she ran in front a good part of the
distance.
Fraseuelo, whose price had receded
from 20 to 40. jumper into the lead
soon after the start in the third and
remained in front all ttoe way. It was
Jockey Lynch's second victory of the
afternoon. Royal Maxim easily beat
the others for place. Kogo ran third.
Sachet, the favorite, ran a shockingly
bad race and was at no time promi
nent. Jockey Graham, who rode Royal
Maxim, claimed a foul against the win
ner, based on alleged interference in
the stretch, but ttie judges refused to
allow It-
SAHARA FAILS BACKERS
Sahara was the medium of a mte
culded plunge that F«-nt her to the post
favorite In the fifth race, but Jockey
Davis could do no better than third
with her. Funnyside, the opening
choice, scored a nose victory over the
10 to 1 shot Ismailian, with Mentry, tho
stable apprentice, up. Sandy could do
nothing^-wlth Rotrou, which had been
:corded extensive support.
. Security, odds on favorite in the clos
ing race of the day. was Just beaten la
the last few strides ty Kokomo, the
second choice, on which Sandy had the
mount. Fischer opened up a tremen
dous sup on his field with Security In
the early part, but the horse, probably
short, stopped In . the stretch and Ko
komo. coming from far back with a
rush, got up on even terms with the
favorite after passing the paddock and
won going: away. others were
beaten off many lengths. The Sultan, a
long shot, captured the show.
Gossip of the Track
The feature events for the comln-f
week include tho 111 Wind handicap* at
five and. a half furlong's 'on Tjuesday, the
Memorial handicap at a mile and 50
yards on Tnarsfiay, the * Princessa
handicap at five furlongs on Friday,
tn* Bettlna handicap at five furlongs
for 2 year olds and the Prize handicap
at seven furlong's on Saturday.
Programmer Egbert continues to
have difficulty, in getting the good
horses to run in the handicaps. Both
handicaps scheduled for today were de
clared oil because of failure to filL
-Harry Froellch has been granted a
trainer's license. He will race several
horse* In the name of the Bohemian
stable.
El Otros has been fired.
Bob Widney, an Ascot layer, put in
an appearance at Emeryville yesterday.
. Entries at Emery ville
\u25a0 The entries and weights for today's
race* are a» follows:
. '-ffTSST RACE— Fire furlonss; pnr»«; 2:y*ar
€AO»t
1002 £*4!e H (Edison> ......«--;, .109
Jockey C. Williams Is Suspended by the Emeryville Stewards
The CalFs Selections
J. R. Jeffery
First race— St. Avon, Follfe' L,
'Alice F.
Second race— Markle Mayrr, Lit
tle Joker, Tarrlcaa.
Third race — Bexuay, Royal A»
cot, Blanche C.
Fourth race— Atkins, George
P. Me.Year, Cabin. \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0•\u25a0
Fifth race— Mr* Choice, Van
\em, Xo thing.
Sixth race — Sanfara, San Alvtao,
A. Mnskoday.
j (WMSt. Aron (Winehell) ............... .112
I J£J Corelll (Trapp 4 Mooney) 112)
! 9M Msmrt Jr. (Pomerori ............. .112
, »S4 Balnade (Ahlers) H2
{. 1002 Alice F (Magrane & Co.) .......103
091 Vanna (Hoppas) lfu 1
| SSS Follie L <Founuln) 109
1 SECOND RACE— One and a quarter, miles;
j •filing: 4 year old* and upward: c
i 1030 Baker (Oavlts & Co.) ....110
1 JO2O •Jerusha (Enpstrom) ...100
; 967 Freeslas tßntaria) 105
; 1023 Clydeo (McCarthy) ..no
1023 Markie Mayer (Morehouse) 107
. 100* ni Prlmero (Baldwin) 107
i 1020 Bonar (SteTens) 107
: 1022 •Watereure .(Rice) 102
j 1021 Mttle Jokrr (1.. A. Wilson) ...107
i 1020 Tarrlgan (Reality stable) 107
79« GHssando (Romign) 107
1030 "Harbor . (Ellerd) ....105
THIRD RACE— Sewn furlongs; soiling; 3 year
olds: \u25a0 . , ' -. •\u25a0
752 Handmaiden (Longman) 105
902 'Blanche C (Poll:) ioo
1015 Calendar (Zimmer) 103
979 'SllTer Line <J. Sehrelber) 100
(943)Iiemay (ilillard) 105
Royal Ascot (Orange Vale stable) 107
1015 Talentosa (T. H. William*) 110 I
!M2 Lfissrn (Hoppag) i«7 [
J>42 Remember (Dodge) 105'
I 1«79 "Rose Cherry (N«U) 103
j (10l5)I^»uIse Fltsffibbon (ScnreJber) .... liC«
I 1024 Klrkfleld Bell (Stokee) 105
FOURTH RACE— One mile; selling; 8 year
! olds and upward:
j 1000 Joe Coyne (McCafferty) 105
1018 •Christine A (Lynch) 90
j 1007 *EUpa (Chappell) 97*
, 1017 Geo..P.. McNear (StOTer) 107
!»S9 Lord of the Vale (Healey) 10»
1017 Bdn«rdo <Dunn) \u25a0 .107
803 Rubric (Gaylord) j :.. 110
I S»S» Fred Bent iScharetjf & Co.): 03
j (10l8)Atkins (Orange Vale stable) ...106
I 1025 Cabin (Hrsnnan) ..10a
, - :— —
1 FIFTH RACE*=SIr furlong* ; selling; 4 year
, »ids and u|x\'aril:
(lOll)My Choice- /Goodlni .-10T
I UOIC)V«n Ness (Uimn) ...109
J 564 Croix dOr (Rock*tt) l(*
, (9.Ss)Hedgethorn (McCafferty) 109
| 9C5 Tarora (Mack) 107
• (»n7) Nothing (Poulson) 109
\u25a0 !»71 Tarp (lUoikj) .;..107
I 8»4 Gomalne (Sctaretg & Co.) .ltt>
I 101 C Bucolic (Walker &, McKcnnlp) 100
1010 ITiaUnr (Rowell) 112
89C Taylor Geor«p (Offutt) . ..i 1 . j.. .. ....109
*14_N»pttmn» <€aine &.\u25a0 Co.) 1.109
SIXTH RACE — One mile* parse; 8 rear olds
and upward:
<829)Sanfara (Restorick) 100
! iOI9 The Mist («ose) 100
j 6SM A. Mnskoday (Dodge) 105
1017 Clgrar lighter (De Arman) 105
(1013)Saa Alvlfo (Sobre VfgU stable) 95
'Apprentice allowance.
San Francisco Calf s Racing Form Chart
OAKtAND. Friday, May 24, 1907. Elere'nth- day inmrner- meeting. -. Clear. Track fast.
E. O. Hopper, preildlng judge. Richard Dwyer, starter. , , \u25a0. .. \u25a0 -
102fi FUl^ RACE— FlTe furlongs;'purse; maiden*; 2 y«mr olds; value to first, $325.' -
Index.) Horse and Owner. [Wt^St. % V» % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op.. ~cTT.
SS4 Darelngton (Magrane C 0.)..... 112 8 ... ... ti u4Vi 1 H Graham .... 3-2 11-lrt"
... Ben Stone (J. Curl) 101» 3 ... ... 12^121^2 4 Sandy ... 4 18-5
H3B Sandpiper (Live Oak stablei... 112 7 5 2^5 14 S Buchanan .. 20 20
l»O8 Swede Sam (H. Li Wilson)... 112 4 3 H4B 3 4 I^4 Goodchlld ... 4 10
981 Last Go (K. W. Healey) .-. 11110 S l'/4S 1 S n Phillips • .... 15 20
l«02 Saucy M <S. Martini 109 1 ... ... 4n\u25a0" 14 6 2," Keogh 0 12
980 Karenina <B. Sehreiber) 109 2 2 2^2 n 72H Fischer .... 10 J'2
9.91 St Bwle a. F. Clifford) .112 6 , 7 2^6 1 82& C. Williams :«) 30;
V9l Lady Adelaide (Gregory....... 109.5 ... ... 9 3 9 4 9 7 Mentry ..... 50 100
IW2 St. Doreen (Olive Grace' lit 9 ... ...114 10 410 4 L.'Wilson .. 40 KM)
Z'.H) Mornoud (A. E. Shavers). 112 11 ... ...10 511 STI 4 J. Smith ... frf) 100
QS4 Wherewithal (Sacramento V).|11212 ... '... 12 12 12 R. Davis ... 12 2~» \u25a0
Time—:24. :49 2-5, 1:02 2-5. At post S mioutes. Off at 1:50. Darelnßton, place. 11-20; show?
1-4. Bon Stone, place, 3-2; show, 7-10. Piper, 4. Winner b. c. by Toddlngton-Dareta. < .
Trained by W. P. Magrane. Start good. Won going*away. Second easily. High price —
Dareington 9-5. Swede Sam 12, Karenina 20. DarelDgton easily best. Off none too well
i and forced to go very wide be wore the pace makers \u25a0 down, winning going away. "Ben;
I Stone had no excuses. Sand Piper ran a good race. Sam dogged It. Wherewithal prac
.tf«a!ly left.- \u25a0 • -
1 f\O7 *>KCOXD-"BACE —One mile; selling; mares; 5 year olds and upward;- value :to first,
*\u25a0 *J** •. •; $325. .. • - , • ' '
Index.j Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. jj H % Str. Fin. 1 Jockey | Op. CX
1003 Sea Air. 5 (Sea Air stable)... 1101 1 Sn 4 % 4 % 2 l>,il I>^|E. Lynch 5 B
J»:>0 Jolly Witch. 5 (E. Stewart).. 110 » 7 %(il 52 4% 2ns Alarle 7, 7
937 War Tlmw, 6 (F. 3. Nell) 110 5 2 1V42 %1 n 1% 3 I^4 Uorel \u0084'...... 15 20
C« Crljrli. 6 (G. P. McNeil) 110 2 1 1 1 K2% 3 n 4h x Mentry 10 S i
9T4 Mistrew of RolU, 5 (Rowell).. 110 11 9 8 I^7H<js % 5 2>Sandy ...... 15 12
977 Budget, 6 (Sacramento V.)... 110 8H & 9 5 9 2 6 »,$ 6 3 R. Davis...-. » 7-2 9-2
&02 Serenity, « (Sierra Nevada)... 110 12 12 11 11 '8 1 7 3 C. Miller.... ; 20-20
1018 Good Cheer. 6 (W. Hawke)... 110 3 5 1%3 «J 3 n 7 n 8 4 Crabam .... 2- 14-5
OM2 Storma. 5 (A. J. Jackson) 110 10 « 2Vi7 3 6 n 9 2 9 6 . Klrschbaum . 4 -. 7
»-{7 Ellia. 5 (P. Sheridan) 110 4 4% 5 n 8 UlO 610 8 C. Williams. 20 SOU
9W Darthula, 5 (Hall A M.).. 112 110 %10 JilO 411 11 Vanderhout . 12 40
1007 Maud Mnller. a (Mi11er).....; 110 6 81% Pulled up Hollander ... '40-100
Time —; 23, :49 4-5, 1:15 2-5, 1:42. At post Vj minute. Off at 2:10%. -Sea, Air. place,-5-2;
*how, 6-5. Witch, place, 5-2; ahow,-6-5. • Times, 1 show, 4. :Winner vbr. m.: by Pirate of -
Peniance-FragraDcc. Trained by J. J. McCullougb. Start good. Won easllyX Second driv
injt. High price —Witch 8. Budget 5, Serenity 30, Good Cheer 3, Storma 8. Elba 40.' Sea
Air b*pt: Sbe lay in a good position air the way and galloped over the leaders at the end. (
Jolly Witch closed well, outgamlng War Times in the last strides. 'War Times hung 'right \u25a0'
at the end. Crlgll dogged It. A moderate lot. :
YO2R TnißD RACE —One and an eighth miles; selTing; 3 year olds; value to first, $323. -..
Index.) Home and Owner. \u25a0 |Wt| St. it -H IS Str. Fin. | , Jockey | Op. Ct~
734 FYascuelo (A. M. Covlsgton).. 10l| 7 12 1n \u25a0 1 I#l 2 11 E. Lynch... 20 40
1015 Royal Maxim (El JPrlmero ata.) 106 4. 3 2%8 I^B 2 412 2^ Graham .-.'. 5-2 . 21-5
W2 Kogo (P. AlberUon) .........107 » 4% 5 2 6 2 :t \< 2 S % GoodtUUd... 7-2 -h «t
1006 Taos (J. t^irl) 101 5 T 3%4 h 2% 2 1>44 1 Sandy ..... 8 15
1024 Treasure Seeker (J. Ryan).... 107 2 8-8 8.625% McKae ..... . 4 •W-.I
1015 Cachet" (Sobre Vista stable).:. W1 -6 1%7 4- 0 n<S% tf 4-: R. Davis.:.. - 2- 9-5
1012 Derdom (D. S. Fountain) .... 90 B 2 a 2 1%4-h 74' 7 8 Charboneau .1 12 15
.... Ouniver (B. D.Morrison) ... 103 8.51 61 72 8 8 Riddle .....[ 100 : 100 -
Tln>«—:24 1-5, :50, 1:16 4-5, 1:42 4-5, 1:55 1-5. At post 3% minutes. Off at 2:38%. Fraseuelo,
B place, 15; show, 6. Maxim, place. 3-2; show, 3-5. Kogo, show, 1. : Winner b.g.by'Ethel
bert-Frantlc Trained by A. M. Covlngton. Start good. Won* handily,..* Second easily. .
High price —Taos 16. Sachet 11-5, Derdom 20. Frascnelo, good and fresh, had the speed to'
go to the front''and was never In trouble. Royal Maxim,*«ff well,'was always well up. Gra- '
liam tried to go through on rail at paddock, bnt found no room and bad to take up and go
aronnd. Ho closed stoutly and may have been best. Kogo ran her race. Sachet could never-,
keep up and tired badly. She has had too much and needs a letup. • ' ' ; - ; •
1 Ann FOCRTn RACE —Six furlongs; the Erosion handicap; 3 year olds and.upward; value
lUZg to flrat. $450. \u25a0_ \u25a0 .-'\u25a0\u25a0.--.- : , ' '. .:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0:;.:\u25a0, -..':',. .-."\u25a0'.::;.'^.-.
Index.l Horse and Owner^ |WtlSt. % % *j Btr. Fin. | Jockey \u25a0 | Op. 01~ .
1017 Lisaro, 4 (E. J. Baldwin) 110 8 ... 716 1 6 IVil H Keogh ...... ~3, 3
rlOOl Sugarmaid, 4 (Scbaretg C 0.).. 110 6 ... 'i n 3 % 3 1 2us 0. Williams. '." 4 * (i '
JOl2 Royal Rogue, a (McCafferty).: 100 2- ... 4 h 4 14^3 ns Bandy ...... « 7
(1019) Ocean Shore, S (A. F. Ellfott) 98 1 ... 2H 2 2%2 2.4 ns Klrschbaum 8 8-2
1012 Cotislper. 5 (J. Tonhey)....:. 101 8 ... 1 2«4l 2 In' 5 n R. Davis .:. 5-2 13-5
'1012 Native Son. 3 (H. Stover)...; 97 4 ... 6}4 5 1%5 n Bn* E. Lynch .:. 9-2 8
101« Burning Bush, 3 (Selma uta.) 85 7;... 8 8 ' ,7 2: 710 A. Walsh .. 30 '30 •
999 Otto Price. 3 (H. C. Ahlerg). 85 6 \u25a0..: 6«4 7a's 8 Callaban .;. 100 100
Time —:B3 4-0. :48. 1:13. At post 5 minutes. Off at 3:07. - Lisaro, place, 7-5: show, TOO Sugar
maid, place, 2; show, 1.- Rogue, show. 6-5. Winner br. h. by Rey el Santa Anita-Seven Up. '•
Trained by. X Wright. Start good. Won going away. .. N«*t four driving > hard. -Highest
• price —Llsaro 9-2, Rogue 8, Bush 50. • Lis-iro'showed' great \u25a0' Improvement >over Maat- race
and wes well ridden. Keogh could not koep him up first part, but slipped through in last
sixteenth and the horse running'ttralght and true otitgamed bis field and won going away.i:
. SogarmaJd ran Ijer race.': Rogue closed very • ttoutly.-' Ocean V^^ Shore^ and iGosslper both' -
stopped tn final sixteenth. It was a great race and the best horse won. - \u25a0 t , V, • J *
I r|Of| FIFTH RACE —Oner and a sixteenth ralies; selling; 4 year olds and upward; value to
M.\J%J\J flirt, >325. . ..-•'. ' -' . . - :-\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0::' . .-•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0:-, ';..-7,. \u0084\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0::-r;: \u25a0•'.-.:-.. ..,>.,:-..',,, .
Index. 1 Horse and Owner. \u25a0 |Wt|Bt.:% % - % > Str. Fin. |. Jockey. • | Op. "q." T
1018 Funny Side. 6 (O. P. McNeil). 100 4- 2n 22 2 IVil n;1 ns iMentry ..... 8-5 13-5
1004 Ismailian. 5 (W. P. Maxwell). 105 8.8 20 5 H-4 h S2- 2i4 E. . Lynch... s-'lO 1 ' \u25a0 ft •"
814 Sahara, 4 (C. Bogan) ..... 105 5 4 IVi \u25a0»'%\u25a0"> 1i 4n 32, R. Davia..... 3 5-"» '
KXVt Briers, a ;(Flenr rte Lis) 105 3,3 2 3 3- 3 n '6 1-4 U • Fischer ...' 12 \u25a0?" in'
"915 Harbor. 6 (J. J.E11erd)....... 105 7.5 17 2U6 2 5>4 6 3.' Kirschbanra . 10 ' 12<:
' »86 Woodthorpe. 5 (R. \u25a0 H. Harris). 110 1 I 2%1 2%1 2 2 1 fl 2 Grahams. 12 15'
1005 ißotron, 4 (W. Murphy)......... 107 27 n>«n -7 5iT 4 78 . Sandy ...;.. . 6 9-2;
57S |Swa»Ker, 4 (Catcn & C 0.)..... 107 6 6 1%8 20 82582S 825 McClaln .... '60 * 60
lOOt jnaker. 5 (Davlet & C 0.)..... 110 9,9-9 :< 9 9 'ft j W. Smith... 20 -40,'
Time— :21,- :4S 3-5, 1:14 4-8. 1:41. 1:47 4-5. At post 2% minutes. -c OC >at '8:29. w Funny -Sidr :^
place, 1:" show. 2-5.' Ismallian, place, 4; •how,- 3-2." 1 Sahara.; show,^ 1-2.' Winner ; br.' m' - -
by Galore-Merrlness. Trained by O. IV McNeil. « Scratched —Desmages.-- Start' good -Won' -
In a hard drive. Second easily. High price —Sahara 7-2, 'Harbor 16, - Woodthorpe 20 j Swag
ger 100, Baker 60.'-Funny Side Incky., - Alwaj-s in a good .position, \u25a0 she got to the front-ln'
the stretch, but it took all sbe bad to win from limaillan, who <,closed:. reVy' strong and';':
• would haT-e won in another stride.* - Sahara best of-the others, hut. Is not much. Briers ran *
a fair race. Woodthorpe. had the wly speed." but dogged It badly. - ~ \u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0* \u25a0.- -.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-„.\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0\u0084 .•:!'"•:
inoi- SIXTH BACE —Five; furlongs; purse; 3 year olds and upward; value.to first, $325~5~;
Index.l Horse and Owner.. * \u25a0 "WtlSt.K ; Str. vFtn. | - Jockey >t Op. q.';.;
»23 Kokomo, 3 (T.H. Ryan) .... M 8 ... 6 h 4 6 2 H^l%" Sandy *••;;::'.. --2^ <i %
S2O Security, 4 (CahlU Co.) ...... 107 3 ... 1 lttl 2%1 2y2 4,• Fischer :.... 13-20* 7-10
071 The Sulton,'4 (H. C. Conse).;. 107 I,\u25a0.:;.;'\u25a0 5 h 6 1%5 2?Z h - Borel. ..;..: 50 (Uti
975 B. Mayham, a (J. B. Armour) 110 6 .... j.7.8-.'B n 4"-IH4 2W Spargur .:.".. 20-13
Him .Smithy Kane. 5 (Hall & M.):.. 112 2;-;':. ;."•.-2 2%2 S-,8 H;s'4i': Vanderliout ". ~ '20 • 30
.... Yaddo,»3 <C. F. Bockett).:.. '88 7- ...-8 5,85 i 7 2l£fi 2 G.>Nichols. 50
; 9jOU Sir Preston, a <U'4 D.'ata.).: 110 5.T.." 4 2 5 2 6 % 7ft'-.• Alarle^ .V... ?100 loy \u25a0
..'..: Whltestone, \u25a0 s :(OUve:(OUve Orove):": 113 4 \u25a0*:.:.: ;3-n \u25a07,* L «5?8 15 L.> Wilson.".": 2im 150
Sol Egyp.'Pr'nceaa. a (Wilson ).V. 109 9 , .:: 9 , 9;^ 9 9 C. .Williams. sl()Q v 200-?
Time— :23 2-5,::47 4-5. 1:00 2-5./ At post 9% mlnnte*. Off at 4:06%. \u25a0 Kokomo. place. <2^s;.out-:1
" show. Security: place, 3-lOTout show.,; Snlton. show, 3.',iWlnner. b. g. by.Dunols-Maggie J^ •:
Trained by T. H. tßyan.^^ Scratched—Ewalante.-; Bribery, •^A. f Muskoday.«< Start igood. \u25a0 Won"'
drivlng.r Second mopping to a walk.';- 'High price-^Security I..«Kokomo best.": Off badly and $
outrun all first four furlong*,' he closed up a big gap and outjamed Security in last 30 yards.*-'
*•'.'• Security:wore.himself out at.post,""went t».the,front'aftcr'brfak,'but;beflpn vto"tire la last? '
fnrlonj: and stopped * very baflly.' The Snlton. ran a good race. vMajham dossed It baillv j ast \u25a0
J Cfw>w*«. Too much speed for Kane. OtU tn no chance.- -- 1 --•'-'• >'. .• ;
734
1015
UO2
1006
1024
1015
1015
THE g SA^ FBMoiSGOpGALL,:- : sITURPAY, MAY 25, 1907f
MILLER PILOTS THREE
WINNERS AT GRAVESEND
Speedy Nealon Finishes in
;Fifth Place in Park- '
way Handicap
BPBOIAL DISPAT<IH TO THE CALL.
GRAVESEND, L. X, May 24.— Weather clear;
track fast.
Firat raca, 2 year old maldena and fillies or
feldings, pnrse, five furlongs— Mls« Anj{le J(Bnia
, *ell) 100, 15 to 1. won: Gold Finn (Itaynor) 111,
4. t0 1, second; Uutbi Taylor (Itadtke) 110. 2 f to
1. third. Time, 1:02. -Mombassa. He Kuows,
Visfa. Dlxon Belle. Small I'ackagc. Wuerzburger,
Beardall, Long Hall.: Waterfowl. Miss Adklnsnn,
Six O'clock, Alabama, 1 Great Dane, Number One,
finlxbed aa named. i; _ \u25a0''&'\u25a0- '\u25a0•>.'. \u25a0:
Second race. Belling. 3~y car oWa and upward,'
one and a quarter mllea— Watertank • (Miller)
103. 6 to 1, won; Master of Craft (Radtke) 110,
20 to 1, second; Flaylsny (Shilling) OU, 40 to 1,
third. Time. 2XHS 3-3. Molesey. Fllmnap. Hed
Friar, John S Mul*ki, Palette, Killochan, nnUhed
U8 named. . ; - r •:.• \u25a0
Third race, handicap. 3 year olds and upward
mare*, about . six furlongs — Suffrage (Miller)
126, 11 to 20. won; Brookdale Nymph (Koerner)
US, 4 to 1. second. La Londe (Swain) 95. 20 to
1. third. Time,. l:oo a-5. Mlngivlngs, Estimate,
Adoration, My .Bensonhurst Queen, -finished as
named.
Fourth race, the handicap, 3 year
olds and upward, oue and &. sixteenth' mllen —
IJlandy (Mountain) 111, 6 to 1. won: Kthon
(Farrow) 105, 5 to 1. second; Dolly SpauUer
(Lowe) 12 to 1. third. Tlrae. l:4B 2-5. Coy
Maid, Kealon. Buttling. Philander, Dreamer, Don
Enrique, finished aa named.: '\u25a0. - '
Fifth race, selling, 2 year olds, five furloags—
l<aura Clay (Shilling) J)9, 7 tt> ,1, won; Biskra
(Brussell) 97, 20 to I.'- second; Servile (Hcn
nessy) 04, 5 to 1. third. Time. 1:01 2-5. Six
Queens Souvenir. - Rustle. La Sorell.t 11, General
Kussell. Montauk. GlTonni . Kajfglo, Maid of
Carroll, Belle of Phoenix, Citizen, Scallop, Alex
Grant, Onda, finished as named. -.
Sixth race, maiden 3 year' olds and- upward,
purse, about six furlongs— Surveillane (Onley)
108, 4 to 1 won; Wardlne (Knapp)ll2, 7 to 1,
second; Ineachee (O'Brien) 112, 50 to. 1, third.
Time, 1:11 1-5. Cltroua, Llchtmess, Princess,
Nettie, -Bain Queen. Trouble Maker. Disaster,
Green Hill, Llnnepee, Ml&s Spooner, Amos Judtl,
Flower of Weston, On The Etc, finished as
named. ... " -
Seventh race, maiden 3 year olds and upward,
purse, about six furlongs — Grlmoldl. (Miller)
112, 9 to 20, won: Mary Hall (\V. Doyile) 107,
40 to 1, wcond; Lad of Ij»updon (Radtke) 109,
11 to 5. third. Time, 1:10 3-S. Dr. I^e, Sheri
dan,. Trouveur. Kuseblo, Boomcmns:, Helen Por
ter, Cracksman, Hampton Lady, finished 'as
named. ,
CHOSEX TRACK CAPTAIX
BERKELEY, May 24 —Gould Ilar
rold, sprinter, has been elected captain
of the Berkeley high school track team.
Paso Robles Hot Spring*
On Southern Pacific's Coast line; de
lightful weather, invigorating climate,
excellent hotel accommodations, new
9100,000 bathhouse for hydropathic
uses of mineral waters. Inquire Infor
mation Bureau, Flood Building. •
B_ECOBDER WILL MOVE TODAY— The re
corder's of nee will be moved today front itt
present lut-ation on Geary street sear.Octavla to
the refitted ball of record*.- ;„ \u0084Vr-'' v .
WILMERDINGS TO MEET
THE ALAMEDAS TODAY
Baseball " Championship of
Academic League Will .
- Be Decided
CHAMPIOXS IX BASEBALL
r (Sinee 1 1001) *' -o*i
1901— Won, by Berkeley Bgh 5ch001. .... — '
1902— Lowell Hifh Defeated Berkeley .... . 9-3
1903— Won by Berkeley High School. . . .7 — -
l?Oi~?ala Alto Defeated Lick. . ........ 16-4
1 905— Lick Defeated Alameda :....:.... 6-3
1506— N0 Tcarnament
:; " \u25a0 \u25a0 .\\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 :"\u25a0 . •-• -\u25a0:" \u25a0\u25a0 ' : ':-'. : :'
.*-'- The -final' baseball game to determine
the championship of -the . Academic
athletic league for the season of 1907
will take place at 2 p.-m. this afternoon
on ,_ the University of California ball
grounds, J between Wilmerdtng, J the
winner of the San Francisco and South
ern subleagues, and Alameda, the win
ner, of the Central and Northern sub
leagues.
;/ -Both : teams feel confident 'that the
victory and incidentally the cup, now
held by Lick, will come- their way. \u25a0$ In
all. probabilities the victory will go to
the Wilmerding ball tossers, who have
made the, best record. this season.. •- .•;
j With only a "fighting chance," the
j Wilmerding boys started the subleague
I tournament, with a few victories, in
« practice games' to their credit, and
managed to defeat Lick, much to the
surprise of high school enthusiasts, by
a. score of 4 to 2. Later Lowell was
taken Into. camp by the score of lO^to
I:' Cogswell, 6 to 0; Polytechnic, 7; to
0,- and Sacred r Heart college, 3, to
2. : The r latter was' by' far the
longest game on record in tha
Academic league ># lasting until the
last of' the fifteenth inning.- After
defeating Sacred Heart college Wil
merding was obliged to meet San Jose
high, the winner of the Southern sub
league. The game resulted in favor of
the local team bya score of J to 3.
, -While . Alameda' s showing has : been
very creditable they did not go through
the^season without a defeat, neither
were they obliged to play i a semifinal
game. Berkeley high was* the one in
stitution ;to administer defeat to Ala
raeda. .The score was 7 to 11, but as
the "prep" boys" from the college (own
lost two games later in the season the
supporters of "yellow and white man
aged to come out on top. The Northern
league was not. contested this year,
which enabled Alameda to sit back and
see the two other teanis fight it out to
reach; the. finals. *\u25a0 "1 „ - v
Wilmerding has the advantage of
playing more; practice games. Besides
this, an interclass nine plays the"big;
team" every noon hour, which fact is :
alone responsible for Wilrnerding's fine
team .work. \ \u25a0 %,-
By- reviewing the. scores of the vie- :
tors- on" both sides of the bay it will
be noticed that of the two teams, Wil
merding/ has Iplayed in contests wltli ;
closer scores— 4 to 2, 7 to .land a 3 to
2 15 inning game, the latter of which is
bound to put "a team in condition for a
'"pinch." . If Wilmerding can get Ala- ;
meda in a* close -game the cup; should
remain 'on this, stde'/of. the bay. "' :
.The teams will-lirie,up as follows:
AUmeda- tk.' Wllmerdlnir.'-.t * : '% ' ;
Bmgh ....... . . ; . ; . , Pitcher .V. .'.... Trowbridge !
McFnrland. . . : ... . .-. Catchfr •. ;V". '. V.-.C. .Grincell
Kassebaura.. ...... \. First. bas6.Merchant(Capt)
Oplaprman. Second, base. ... .Braunaslr
Murphy. ... . . . ; . .... Third ba5e. .....: Ore
(Capt.) 8urt0n. . . ... Shortstop - . . . Witt
0ay . . . . ...... . . ..... Left - fie1d: ... . ... . . Jlanley
Kite*. .-. .. . ..:... Center fie1d: ...... : Wlllioon
Henn.'. .... .... . .Right , fie1d. ...» ..... .Mi11er
ODDS ON FAVORITES WIN
Horses at Prohibitive Prices .Carry
. Off Honors at Toronto
TORONTO, Ont., May 24.— Weather clear, 1
track fast. ' ..':'-•'- , \u25a0:..' ': -.''-'.-
First - race— Six furlongs, purse, S . year olda
and upward:' ..'.-\u25a0"'
Odds. Horse and ' Jockey. Wt. ¥ St.' % Finish.
1-1 — Med. Boy (Knnr) .....107 "1 ] 1 1 iV.
15-I— Prytania (M. Murphy).. loß 4.2 2 2 h
WM— Loretta Mack (Mabin).'.loß 3"» 5 % 3 4-
Tlme, 1:1 S.; Alvl^e, Autumn King, vßenewal,
Itoyal Jig. Hens. Officer, Wallace 0, Dankall.i
Gov. Shaw, finished as named. ';'•>
Second race— Fire furlongg, Victoria stakes, 2
year olds: ; , - ;-«v j . , ,-
Odds. Howe and Jockey. Wt. St. Str.' Finish.
6-s— Johnnie, Blake (N!col).Ml3 3 1 h 1 3
10-I— Lawless <D1(?g1n5) ...... 113 ,1 8 221
5-2— Clell Turney (L10yd). ..113 8 4 n"3 n
Time. 1:00 3-5. Columbia Lad. Dredger, fceteh
» emlke. Oriental Queen.. Eleanor | Fay. Canoble
" Lake, Burt G: Lewis, , finished as named. . •; .
Third race — One and a sixteenth miles, purse,
3 year olds fillies, foaled in Canada: •
Odds. Horse and Jockey.. Wt. St. Str. Finish.
1-R-j.Sea Wall (McDanlel).: 122 4 13 1 4
8-I— Kelpie . (J. Kelly* . : . . .117 3 2 2 2 2
50-I— Scotch Pebble (Kunx).. 117 "2 3 y, 3 4
Time, 1:50 1-5. Itelne de Saxe. Gay Dora, Mag
a gle O'Neill, finished as named.' .
Fourth race— One. and an'^ eighth miles,', puraii,
.3 year old* and upward: -.: .;.' .'. \u25a0\u25a0 •'. ,-
Odds." Horse and Jockey." ' Wt. St. Str. Kin.
2-s— lnferno , (McDanlel) ; . . . .'. 126 - 4*2 3 j 1 2
8-I— Lotus "Eater (Dlggins).". .127 5 l n 2 4 ;
8-I— Minnie Adams (N1c01)... 122 3 3 2/3 %
Time — 1:52 3-5. Lord Boanerges, Martin DoyH,
Kdwlu Gum finished as named. '.« \u25a0
Fifth race— Two and a half miles. Woodbine
steeplechase, 4 year old and upward: rv
Odds. Horse and ;•' Jockey. Wt. St. Str. £ Fin.'
5-2— Pick Time (Brazil). ... .15(5 8 12' l:8 '
10-I— Gold Rifti (Pending).. \u0084130 5 2 6 2 4
23-I— Richard Jr. (Frlcker) . .141 6 3 1 S 15
Time— s:lß 2-5.- Carola,. Goatfell, 'Ruwell -A,
, Mooksle. Ester Joy. . Dulcaln. , Incantation,
'Frank Somers finished as named. \u25a0 :
"Sixth race— Sit furlongs. 4 year olds and up
ward;-purse: ?:.' ,-\u25a0 . .. \u25a0 '
Odd*. Horse and: Jockey. Wt. St. % ..; Fln
2-5—M. England (McDanlel). 114 3 11 tl n'
5-2-^C. Eastman (N1t01)... .114 1 2 6 .2 1«
40-I— Gabriel. (J.F01ey ).:.... 107 - 5 3 n 3 2-
Tlme-^-l:12 4-5. , P. E. Shaw, Spes, Asterlck In
ished as'named. \u25a0 '. . -.-
.:\u25a0: Seventh race— Six fnrlongs,' purse, 3 year old*
and upward:.- .'-•:. '\u25a0 r, ;.
Oddn. Horse and. Jockey. Wt. St. ''\u25a0 % : - Flnvi
3-I— Monkey Puzzle (Nicoi).. ; .113 5 1 h- 1 %
7-s— Willis Green, (Lloyd).. ..105 11 .7 5v2 v,'r.
7-I— Lynhnwt . (McDanlel)... v.10»v .10» 12 6 h Sl;r7
Time— l:l4 4-5.' True Dora, > Nettie Carlta,'Skip
per, MulTaney.t'Arthur. Ro,»enfield. Mode, Black-
I stone, InoffensiTC, Transition finished as name!.
TORONTO BfjXTRIES
'• First " race, .: three-fourths of : a ralle, : York
purse, ; selling — Wychwood - Belle k 84, Kire Faug
85, 'Nellie Racine 85. " Selina 03,~ Cocksure \u25a0 »4,
Ctesitfallen 95," La Gloria 06; Sailor Knot 98/ A
ttraction i 100, ; Marc Anthony II \u25a0 102, Orphan 102,'
Affinity 103, ' Rust 104."; Comi c; Opera 1 105, Home
Bread 105, Arby-Va 105, Belle of Jessamine 108,
Kiamesha 11 s 108. Secret 1 115. . - : . s
: :- Second \ race,- 5 \ furlongs, :; Hopeful : purse, >* : 2
; year , olds— Siamese 100. Ladikln . 10! V Was ti 1 108,-
Ena.loß.' Frcscatl 10S," -'Aromatlse 801 l
Weevil. lls3 Lady- Powell' 115. y -.\u25a0'-*,. \u25a0'-*,. -/V- \u25a0..?,\u25a0\u25a0?\u25a0&
>i.Thlrd race,' one I mile, * Victorious purse, 1 1 3 year
olds,'; selling— Prince of \u25a0 Orange 98. s Round I Danes
»9.' Charley ; Ward -, 100. '.. Old . Colony 108. 1 Schroe
der's Midway,: 105. > Headley.lo6, Cyclops lli;>s ;• "
v ' Fourth :S race — One ' and a :\u25a0\u25a0 sixteenth '.# miles,
Seagram cup," heavyweight handicap, \u25a0 3 year ' olda
and > npward," value ? fIOO * with ! $1,000 '. added — \u25a0
Gold Note 10C,j Miss r Gaiety 112, - Temeralre 112.'
Factotum < 115, Demon 117, - New, Mown ' Hay- 11 8,
Piemroon ;', 122.- Moooraker \u25a0 123; Tourenne 127,
Slr-Edwardil29.:;:'.:....::^..^ ; ';\u25a0 r" \u25a0•,;,-\u25a0\u25a0-"• iif-y :<i
i Fifth; race,'*two" miles.- Tally .Ho steeplechase,'
4 . year . olds >, and -up ward, \ seUlng. |500 -. added—
iiolden? Way; 1 36.,- Oracle - K 1 130, • Lulu^ Younjc
ITO, - Flying .• Plover *130.v Butwell : 141, \u25a0 Little
Wally 141, i Bonflre H4l r. Burnap , 145," Ohnet > 153,
I?. Sixth .Vrace; . ont ;fenml -a-; sixteenth ; miles, *.Val
3ey farm handicap. 3 ".rear. olds nnrt: upward.' $600
added— J... R. * Taughrt-y 1 97 .'-; 'Tom '\u25a0- Dolan - 102."
•Missouri t \u25a0 Lad I *- J 16, -J'- ''Main • Cbanca - 108,
' **Deuce a 121. : Solou ? \u25a0*\u25a0 Shingle •;- no," • Ormonde's
Right 120. -^TCook- entry;; ••Seagram sentry.- i -jr
'-\u25a0 Seventh « race— Three-fonrtha -- of 1 a "\u25a0 mile, • same
condition* ; aa first— Alcpro 84,' Moontlne 85,' Wa
bash 5 Qneen 5 fll ; ;\u25a0 1 rent" A 93, tPr Inei p la . J)5. : Lucy
! Can- 1 f»S. - Qloten i OS.' Sta rjra ret \u25a0- OfO f 9«. s Fonneade
i Jro.'inuUneer^lfHV* Clifton Forge' loo. "i<Dnir;Bo-»
[ 100, Court- Martial , "01, Uonule Reg 102,vTrack
Eight Year Old Miss Handles
Auto With Skill and Ease
JTTLE MISS ISABELLE BOLTONVAN fi TEAR OLD ADTO ENTHUSIAST. DRIVING TIER
PARENTS THROUGH THE STREETS OF SANTA ROSA IN HER FATHER'S TOUR
ING CAR. . ':. -
i SANTA ROSA,' May 24.— Miss Isabelle
Bolton, the 8 : year old daughter of
Mr^ j and Mrs. "W. A. Bolton of this
city, is believed to be the youngest
automobilist in the state, if not in the
country. She handles Jier father's tour
ing car libe'a veteran, starts and stops
the machine with ease, handles the
sparker, throwing the reverse ' lever
with one hand while controlling the
steering gear with - the other, and
works her Way in and out between
Local Automobile Enthusiasts Ars Planning
Endurance Run Into Yosemite Valley
R. R. l'Hommedieu
"-The . automobilists have contracted
tlie endurance run habit. The run' held
last- Sunday .was, such a success that
they want , to 'try something harder.
Officers of the Automobile Dealers' as
sociation" of California yesterday were
discussing, the advisability of holding
an. endurance run into the Yosemlte
valley. N ' \ •
.Quite a number of Auburn cars have
\u25a0been sold lately. The City Hall auto
mobile, company reports the sale and
delivery of Auburn, cars to W. S. Cald
well'of the irrigation company at Fres
no,'F. H. Parker of Santa Cruz, Fred
J. Butler, Clifford Cook and \V. F. Ja
cobs of i Auburn.
I The :P|oneer automobile company re
ports the delivery. of an Oldsmobile to
George ; F.- Volkman and a Thomas
Forty^to C. : E. Arendt of. Pleasanton. -
; Pope-Hartford touring cars have been
delivered to W. T. Lemmon and M. H.
Orr of Stockton by the Hovey-Boushey
company. .-> • \u25a0.
. Barney Oldfleld was around automo
bile row yesterday visiting his friends
In the trade. .^Oldfleld was planning to
hold track races at Tanforan on Deco
ration day, but found It impracticable
on account of the unsettled transporta
tion conditions. " He will go to Sacra
mento and will more than likely hold
races in the capital j next ; Saturday and
the , day following. If Oldfleld pro
grams .races, for stock cars the Motor
car agencies company 'will send up a
Moon car.' ... , .'
Charles F. Holman of Stockton, who
will' represent D"A/cy. Scott & Co.' for
Dragon cars, was in the city yesterday
looking at the carload of Dragons that
arrived by express. | This new* 1907 car
will be on the .floor of the' salesroom
of D'Arcy Scott -& Co. this morning.
J. S. Conwell of the Auto vehicle
company of; Los Angeles, "which manu
factures the Tourists, arrived here yes
less 105, Niblick 103, No Trumper 107, Omah J
107, King of the Valley 107.
TORONTO SELECTIONS ,
(By New York. Telegraph.) :
First race — La . Gloria, Zellna. Arby ' Van. __
Second race— Larlkin. 801 l Weevil, Wastl.
Third -. race^Old Colony, : Kound Dance,
Schroeder's i Midway.' \u25a0_ -, :
\u25a0 Fourth race — Tourenne, Sir . Edward, Tern
eraire."- r .' : ' '' : -\' '\u25a0 \u25a0-»-,' ' ...\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0
Fifth race— Golden Way, ; Little Wally, Flying
Ployer/'..,-: ' = •": ":\u25a0\u25a0 : . /\u25a0'\u25a0>. '\u25a0\u25a0- "--\u25a0 . ;
Sixth race — Seagram entry. Cook entry, J. B.
Laugh rey. , '.
. Seventh race — CHftou Forge, Irene A, Wabasb
Queen,- :- '~' r . : \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.'' , \u25a0
. Track fast. ' :
FIRST NOTE EARNS BRACKETS
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0."\u25a0 .- 'V* \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0• — ->— -^-^ i - \u25a0 1 '-"',
Easily Defeats a Good Field in Mile
/ Race at Louisville
' LOUISVILLE, Ky.', May 24.— Weather
I cloudy; : track- slow. •- \u25a0>.-;\u25a0
' First ' race— -One " mile,- purse: . -.
Odds. -Horse and Jockey. Wt. St. % Finlah.
15-I— Light Note (K0y)...:.. 110' 9 "18 1 ft .
• 8-I— Dr. Spnilll (J. Hennesy)ll3 7 2 I*^2 lft
4-I— Scalplock (J. Lee).. .... 110 10 -3 : V-S 4 ,
I Time, 1:41 : 3-5. . Airship, Uarmakls, Sultry.
" Lady /\u25a0\u25a0 Ellison, -;: Derout, .Meredith, -Princess
• - Oraa, • Florizol. : La - Cache, Hnsted, finished aa
named.;- ' .;• i- ; : \u25a0"-."\u25a0• ' : '
.Second "race — Seven' furlongs, purse:
Odds. ', - Horse and Jockey. . ' Wt. St. Str. Finish.
7-2— Posing '(A. Brown) 110 : 4 1 2 :1-I^4: 1-1^4
15-I— Oak tSrove/(W/0tt)....104 o^2 % fi h,
8-I— Boyal.Blver f811ac).... 97 .T T 1 8 h
Tlme,«l:2B 4-5. - Mlm Kitty, Leta. Duffy, MUs
' Hawley." Dorothy, Scott," Lldwlna, Nedra; Faj,
Camllle/Callta,- Family .Talk, Impertinence,
. ' LUzle McLean, finished as named.
— Third race, six furlongs, purse: -
Odds."- Hor»e and Jockey. .Wt-'*St. = Str. Finish.'
•: c-5— - Miss ' Alert (Trueman) ..'B9 4? 1 1 r 1' nk
13-1 — Mortlboy (Shrave) ;....". 89 1 8 .": 3 U 2 2
9-2— Nat B (D. t Boland '• ..... 104 141084
Time.' 1:14 1-5. - La Vleta, Rusklnetta, Olenarm,
\u25a0 flnlsh»d as named.- ," \u0084 : . ' •
;Fonrth : race-^Steeplechaa* . handicap,'- abort
course: \u25a0- . :-\u25a0 '. \u25a0 ... . »
.Odds.v Horse anfl Jockey. ; : Wt. St. Str. Finish;
- 9-s— Klldoa , (B. ; Kussell) 1 .... 140 2 ' 2 %\u25a0% \u25a0 1 %-.
11-5-r-Naran s (Morrison) >."..-;: 142 6 -31 -2 6
30-1-^-Graeeland • (W. Allan) .'.125 \u25a0 1 >1 4 3 15:
Time, V 2:50 -. 3-5. i " Lady - Jocelyn. - Percy Green,
\u25a0;-:;, New :" Amsterdam;% Dr. '\u25a0 Heard,' " finished -as '
•;'• named." :-;\u25a0• -\u25a0. \u25a0'-•\u25a0• ' •".: -;^.-. \u25a0".- ' :. - \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0* \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
ir Fifth ' race-^Fonr and a half furlongs, pnrs«, 2
year old , flllles, selling: ... - - . . . .>. .. ; .
Odds. Horse and Jockey.-; Wt.^ St.' Btr.' finish.
12-I— B.j Friend (W.MolntyTe) 108 3 1- V, 1"A
• »-2— M. Kanflolßh tf. Butler) 85 ; 1 8"^ 2 h \u25a0
14-s^-LatUc* (jC7t««) -;.V... 103 10 !4 2:3 21
Time,; :55: 8-5.0 Balla, i Dandy; Dancer. Silver
!?\u25a0 Cap,l Tis <Me,* Orems«,'"Ada\O. Walker.* l.ady
\u25a0,-\u25a0 Irene,*; Edna blotter;-; Demonstrate,'. Kuby t',*
t^ Merry >- Blne,^ Fair ; Sorcerese, ." Roberta \u25a0 Moore.
' .finished • as named... •r. \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0; .-.-. \u25a0
'? Sixth. race— One. and a sixteenth mlle*s, r selling,*
8 year olda; and -upward: *:; \u25a0j- •\u25a0 - . • ~ ,
Odds." * Hors« ; and ' Jockey. '.;..Wt. : :Bt.V%: Finish.
:. 6-I— Bottles \ (Plckens) • . . . . . 106 2 12 lU.
15-l-^Qnafga^(BH«r) ',.*....,. ,92 "3 6 1 2Vi
a 8-I— Bendlgo : ( Af"; Brown V"?: lIS *. » -* 3 ; \% . 3 1
Time.^ I :4S .4-5." ~ : Ouradl. 5 ? nigh Bear." Horseradish/
I' Anna :: Pay, : Louise ' MeFarlan;t ;Di-Ic '. Rtrnme,' |
.;Gi>!dSi'ray, Docile,"; Lacy Crawford.: Fllu./Dul- |
.' .'*. ';\u25a0..' -' '-I- \u25a0.: *,? -i \u25a0 .*-."- ' '\u25a0-.:' - \u25a0-\u25a0 :\u25a0 ''- v? . \u25a0•:.. •'•;-,./.\u25a0-..\u25a0. r \u25a0>.'.- .'
cars, wagons: and other autos on the
streets without showing any sign of
nervousness or- fear. At her eighth
birthday party last week she took her
young guests for a fine ride about the
city. . .
Little Miss Bolton Is also an expert
horsewoman and Is often seen on ; the
street riding her father's large driving
horse through the crowded thorough
fares. She has never met with an acci
dent when on horseback or autoing.
terday. He stated that the home com
pany would be able to supply the Auto
company of California, the local agents,
with a full line of cars within the next
two weeks.-Ivi*'-'"~-'.V ' J .
. F. M. Hoblitt, who represents the
American locomotive automobile com
pany, which is turning out the Ameri
can Berleit car, arrived yesterday. He
will remain about a week before going
south. He is establishing agencies west
of New York. ;
.A car load of Moon automobiles ar
rived at the salesroom of the .Motor
car agencies company yesterday. The
1907 product has a decidedly foreign
air. The color scheme is the nearest
to the French that has been seen in
come time, especially the black bodies
with red striping.' .
One of the imported cars has arrived
in this city. It is on exhibition at. the
salesroom of the' Pioneer automobile
company. It is a German • Mercedes.
The car 1^ a most attractive vehicle.
Besides the Mercedes a Simplex limous
ine has been received.
H. B. Rector of the White company
will leave today in a White steamer for
Del Monte, to be gone until next Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brigham and
the Misses Brighanv will be his guests
on the trip. -
A. B. Watson, chairman of the runs
and tours committee of the Automobile
club •of California is touring: Lake
county in his automobile. He will re
turn on Monday to the city and then
will lay out a run for the club. It
woufd not be surprising, if he finds the
roads^in the north in good condition
for a run, that the next event of the
club will be in that direction. There
seems to be a strong desire on the part
of a' good many of the members to
travel in another direction than that
to Del Monte.
,The Boyer motor car company re
ported that Franklin 20 horsepower
cars had been. delivered to Will Dem-
Ing and C. B. Gould of Oakland.
BOSTONS WIN OPENING
GAME WITH NEW YORKS
.vatioxal' league
Ne^^rk........;.....:...s Lr- p&
Chicago ...'. :;..25 k \n«
Philadelphia 17 to '--«•
Pittsburg .....15- -3 [sis
Boston "I 13 \$ •4,;]
c'^t" 10 is -m
ot. i.ouls .....;...\u25a0. ' n '"^ tin
Brooklyn ............ ...%'.".* 7 23 *233
NEW .YORK. May 24.—The Boston ! locals
opened a three;game series, here today with a
victory over the New, York*. 7 to 5. The locals
were forced to call upon four pitchers.- Score:
Boston -r" 13" Ei
New York ....5 14 3
Btrtteries —Flaherty and Needham, Wlltse
Furgersoa and Bowerman. . •
. PHILADELPHIA. May 24.—Brooklyn easily
defeated; Philadelphia today. The visitors
i
I
.. webar. Bather Royal, "Druien. finished aa
named.
IiOTJISVILLE EXTRIES
__First race. fiv« furlongs. seUlng—Catherine F
98. Uncle Tim »7.-Billy Bowleus 97, Katherine
Murphy 97, Baytw Lark 100. J.Kneal 101 Or
landot 102, Cheswardine 102. Bucket Brigade
102. Buto 108, Mackerel 103. Malmalwn 104
Bill JHerron 104,. Baaca ICS. Lady Baldur 103
Gresham 110. - \u25a0 -. \u25a0
Second race. six furlongs, wiling—Arendow
B,°^rrlanB ,°^ rrlan S9. Haber 89, Little George 83.
or?o r?w J HS? ger, sw -I>«««>n 98. Webber 99, Uu.
Patch 100, Alsono 103. Spongecake 103, f Harold
D 103. J. • W." O'Neill 103, Barn.dale 104
Haughty 105; Saranola IC6. - y - - '
_Third race, one mile —Demo 84. Red Gauntlet
87. Fleming 96/ Polly Prim 98. Miss Uda lOi.
Charlatan 103. Harry Scott 103. Mike Sntton 106
Fourth .race, six furlongs, Louisville handi
cap—Fantastic ; 92. > McChord 1103.' Alencon 10*.
Hannlbalß«y 104, Wing Ting 103. Fnnlcnlalw
106. Morales 107. Dainty Dame, "MSi™C
110. Old Honesty 111, Colonel Jim Doogla«lt4
••.Fifth race, * five < furlongs —Banagher 93 Will
Mam Bissett 93.; Cora • Dnsant 93. Ladr Vie iw
Hannls 96."^The Yamlsw 1 9«. Lady's^ Man 90*
May • 99. i Bitter Gold t 101. Vr... Jfathewa
102, Xlbert Star 102. Special Delivery IC2dT4
of Dawn: 104, J Honeat 107,« R. C. Rinn 1 107
\u25a0-- Sixth '. race, one \u25a0> mile, \u25a0 aeUlnsr —Anna Ru'akin
S2. -^-ild Violet t S7, Roger. S\u25a0. 92. County^Clerk
iI.OtJISVIJL-LE SELECTiqXS
. . (By NVw York Telegraph.)
v rsrstr srst J ract? —XI» Herron, Mackerel.. OrUndot-
S^°2 d 'rac^T ß *rnßd«ll '?. Boserrlan;- Hax-oldD
Sertt nCe ~ .Sutton-:. Sutton-: -Ganntir-VHarry
~ Fourth ' race—old ." Honesty," Da In tT Dam*
ColoneliJlm Ponglas. . - .^«niy Dam*.
;• Fifth raee-fHcne--t. B» C. Rann, Dr Vath-'w-.
Tinker 3^ racc ~Warn "^ Gri^^:^iM*h^l:
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Edited by
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R. A. Smyth
BATTLING NELSON READY
FOR MATCH WITH BRITT
Authorizes Manager Nolan
to Open Negotiations
for a Fight
R . A. Smyth
Nelson and Nolan are ready to talTc
fight with Jimmy Britt, and no ob
stacles will be put in the way of a
match. Nelson has authorized Nolan
to match him with the best available
man on this coast, and thus paves tha
way for Jimmy Britt to realize hi*
long cherished ambition of meeting th*
man from Hegewlch In a return match
in which he hopes to wipe out the de
feat sustained in their memorable bat
tle In the open air at Colma. Nelson' 3
offer is also open to Champion Gana.
but it is not believed they can agre*
upon the weight at which they would
fight.
That time works -wonders is evi
denced by the fact that in the negotia
tions forthe match with Britt Manager
Nolan^wlll deal only with the mtnam
ing brother, Willis. They talked over
the match informally tn Los Angela
recently, and no serious differences de
veloped between them. Jimmy BritU
who la particularly anxious to make
the match, had "Tiv" Krellng call ua
Nolan at his home in Larkspur to dis
cuss the possibilities of a meeting. Ha
was told that the match would h,a\*
to be made through- Willis.
As Nelson is booked to sail for Eng
land In > the middle of July the match
he seeks on this coast must be held not
j later than July 4. Where it will bo
! held is n question at the present tim.».
| It is not believed any of the membera
• of the former fight trust can secure a
" permit, so the choice match may fall
; to, Alex. Greggains. who looms up aa
I the strong man in the present sltua
' tion. Whether it is to be a day or a
! night fight is to be determined when
j the negotiations are further advanced.
The word Nolan received from his
I protese allows him to match Bat. with
j any one he pleased, so Johnny Sum
< mers, the English boxer, is among the
| possibilities. The latter has sought a!
; match with Nelson, who has told him
: to put up his money for a side bet aij«l
>he would fight him quickly. Nelson is
! visiting his brother, who is located at
' Hot Springs. Tf.e Battler has many
' friends there, as he was once in busi
ness at the Arkansas resort. He weighs
136 *&* pounds at the present time, and
is his old rugged Self again.
• • - •
Britt has an embarrassment of
matches in sight at the present time.
While Manager Jim Coffroth was at
his training quarters at Shannon's yes
terday they discussed the possibility
of a match with Cans. Britt agreed
{ to box the colored man at Colma on
September 9 on the same terms that
Squires has accepted for his fight with
Burns. The men are to receive 65 per
cent of the gate receipts and they are
to divide this 60 per cent to the winner
and 40 per cent to the loser. The
weight is to be 133 pounds, ringside.
The matter of the referee was not dis
cussed
Moving pictures of Squires in train-
Ing were not taken yesterday, as the
light in the gymnasium was cot suffi
ciently strong. A platform will be
erected out of doors, when satisfac
tory results are certain. Manager Coff
roth was driven from Sausalito to San
Rafael by Barney" Oldfleld in his bis?
touring automobile. Squires was taken
for a drive during the afternoon. He
did not quite appreciate Oldfleld's rep
utation as a demon driver until he had
gone a short distance. When he caught
his breath he asked: "Do they do that
all the time over here?"
When the moving pictures are taken
Jimmy Britt will be Squires* boxlnjr
partner. He had so much practice with
big Sam Berger that he should bring:
out all the best of Squires* skill as a
boxer. Britt can defend himself from
the attacks of the heavy weights, which
is more than Battling Johnson, who
has had the gloves on with Squires, can.
say.
bunched hits in the third inning to win out
while Scanlon held the locals safe throusnout
Jkorf: B. H E
Brooklyn V S n
Philadelphia '.'.'.'.'.'. 3 is h
Rntterle*— Scanlon ami BuUer; Lash and
Dootn.
PITTSBURG, Jtay 24.— Cincinnati was *cry
assressWe in today's name, but lo.it by on«
run because of nome dartn? base running by Cly
nner. who scored the winning run from aeeunrl
base on an Infield play. Hall gvr* nine their
base on balls. Score: It it F
Pittsburj: a "'
Cincinnati o C 0
wßatterle9—Leever,w Batterle9—Leever, Smith and Gibson; Hall,
Mason an.l Schlel.
.
AMERICAN I.Kir.l Evffijg!
— Won. Lost. P,-t.
Chicaso si jo (j-7
Cleveland ,;.. •>! i-» * H « S
°« tro! *V -VIS 12- !(UX>
>ew lork 15 IS ,i;lrt
Philadelphia n |*g. "^^
I*"". 00 , IX 1» liiM
St. LOUIS It «1 \u25a0•!;;
Washington 9 i<> [j^
ST. LOUIS. May 24.— The Boston American*
defeated St. Loula today. Powell was hit frwlT
while the locals wer» unable to hit Youa : -*
Powell Celded poorly. Score: *•
St.Lo 0 fa...... £ HHH H V
Boston 4 9 |)
' Batteries— Powell and O'Connor; Young an<l
CI^T, EI^ : 1 1 ?- OhJ<> - May 24 — Cleveland sh>it
oat Philadelphia again today, only three htta be
ing made off Rhoarfp*. Plank was hit when Bin
meant roni. Lajole's two doubles and a triple
were the features. Score:
Cleveland . 5* n j X .:
Philadelphia '.'.'.'.';'.'.'.' 0 3 \
lUtt-rit-s— Rh.vadea anU Bemlw";' Plank anJ
Schreck.
DETROIT. May 24.— Donovan pitched- his Irst
same of > the year. and. though he gave eht'»t
bases on balls, won easily. .None of the pa.-wtM
figured In the scoring, the two runs cumin" ..11
thre« hits In th« elghta Inning, after Detroit" ha-l
» lead of nine rung,. wnen Donorta eased ti>.
Washington -•.........!!« 2 - Z> '4
Batteries— Donovan and Schmidt; kitvin .1,1.1
Heytlen.
CHICAGO. May 21.— The JCew lort-ChicaM
game was postponed; wet grounds.
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BASEJBALL^TODAY AT^ 3P. M
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A-AT.EXCIA ST. BET. 14TH AXD 15TH^
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