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Macdonough Celebrates His
Formal Peturn to the Turf
by Winning With Woodlander
Miss Officious Takes the Richmond
Handicap in an Exciting finish
J. R. Jeffery
The formal return of W. O'Brien
Macdonough, propr'etor of Ormondale
stud and stable, to the California turf
after an absence of Eeveral years had
Its auspicious feature, when at- the
Emeryville track yesterday Woodlander
carried the green Jacket, white sleeves
and orange sash of the Menlo Park !
breeder to a brilliant victory In the 2
year old race. Woodlander is a good
looking bay colt by Heywood out of
Orelana and was sent to the post so !
thoroughly fit by Trainer H. M. Mason j
that he won In spite of the handicap j
of carrying Jockey Post. Outrun In the I
early stage and allowed to swerve i
badly In the stretch, Woodlander j
jramely came from far back and got
t:p in the last stride to win by a nose
from Edward Ormonde, the lukewarm
favorite, which had made the pace
from the rise of the barrier. Hazlet,
one of the choices, ran third, beating
out Chitterlings and "Who, a couple of
youngsters that ran well for a first out
and may be expected to do better next
time. The manner In •which Wood
lander made good stamps him as a fair
youngster, but he Is by no means the
best In the Macdonough string that
Mason is developing. There was some i
stable support for the colt at 10 to 1. 1
Despite the treacherous track con- !
ditions the sport continued formful yes
terday, favorites again capturing half
the card. The track was not as wet
as might have been expected, the strong
north wind^ .drying it considerably.
HANDICAP WELL CONTESTED ~
Although the Richmond handicap at
a mile and 20 yards was participated
In by only four contenders it was a
slashing contest. Miss Officious, from
the Reis stable, was played into favor
itism, but A. Muskoday. likewise held
at a short price, did not lack support
and there was enough play on Fuletta]
and Bryan, the outsiders, to keep their '
quotations steady. Muskoday had the 1
eaTly speed and Jockey McClain. pro
ceeded to open a great gap with .him.
By the time the first turn had been
negotiated he had a lead of sfeven
lengths, with the other three contenders
closely bunched. Cricket Kelly, riding
an admirably judged race on, the favor
ite, did not make a move until the far
turn had been reached, where his
mount was lost. Then he urged her
forward and the Meddler mare, re
sponding splendidly, gradually wore
down Muskoday's long lead and beat
him to the wire in a driving finish by
the better part of a length. Fulletta
was third, seven lengths distant. There
«as some disposition to criticise Me-
C!-2in for having utilized Muskoday's
early speed to the extent that he did,
b-Jt the probability Is that he would
have been beaten by a greater margin
had an attempt been made to rate him*
Beechwood. neglected in the bet
ting except by his stable connections,
improved wonderfully under Walter
Miller's handling, and, to the general
Hsurprfse, won the mile and three-six
teenths race with easA It was ex
pected that he would have the speed to
sft the early pace, but few entertained
any Idea that he would last, as in his
recent starts he had h&en stopping
badly at shorter distances. Miller
nursed him along so well the first
part, however, that he had plenty left
with which to stall off Lazell's closing
challenge. The latter did not respond
with his usual rush at the end, pos
sibly because Keogh kept him up too
close in the early running. Lone
Wolf, running in greatly improved
form, pressed B.~echwood closely In the
stages and was barely beaten
by Lazell for the place. The other four
entries were beaten off.
HEATHER SCOTT BY A NOSE
A thrilling finish marked the run
ning of the first race. Heather Scott,
the favorite, beating Crystal Wave, a
10 to 1 chance, in the very last 6trlde !
by the scantest of nores. Crystal Wave
had takvsn the lead after Galmoore and
Bonheur, the early pacemakers, shot
their bolt, and Heather Scott hooked
up with the Albert gelding near the
paddock, after having made up ground
from a rather slow beginning. Jockey
Kayes put up a powerful finish with
the favorite and his vigorous ride cut
no small figure In the victory of the
horse, Emma G, always well up, was
easily third by a safe margin. Neither
Margaret Randolph nor Herives, gen
erally looked upon as likely contend
ers, was able to get up a gallop.
The finish of the fifth was exciting
enough to suit the most exacting.
Hand Me Down, Warden Yell and
Oocytus making It a case of three
li^ads on the post. Warden Yell hung
Just the least bit at the end after look
ing to have the race well in hand at
the paddock. The promising appren
tice ridLer. Fulton, handled the winner
well, coolly bringing him from far
back to get up in the last stride. War
den Yell was a receding favorite and
th*> winner was second choice. Cocytus
was a well backed 15 to 1 chance.
DOW.\PATRICK A SURPRISE,
Grace G looked to be so much of a
cinch to win the closing race that she
was virtually backed off the boards.
The opening of the betting, saw; some
3 to S laid against her .chances', but
thjs rush to get aboard was so great
that the books speedily rubbed; to 1
to 2, then to 2 to 5. and finally to 1
to 3. Jockey -Heatherton had her. un
der restraint the first part and she won
in a gallop as far off as her rider
pleased. To the consternation of
many who had backed Blondy for the
place, with the Idea that he was as
much of a cinch for second money as
the favorite was for first, tha 200 to 1
shot; Downpatrick, carrying the col
ors of T. H. Ryan and well backed for
the place and show with "wise" mon
ey, finished second after outrCrmlng
Grace G in the early stages. Blondy
was safely third. Elevation, which
was well played for the show, stopped
to nothing after being well up with
the pace in the early stages.
Gossip of the Track
The report comes from Arcadia r that
S. C. Hildreth Is giving the fast mare
Veil special preparation and. that she
is likely to be Montgomery's running
mate in the Burns handicap. R. F.
Carman's Rifleman a-ndVArimo, J./0.
£z t G. H. Keene's Red Leaf and
Clamor. P. T. Chirm's Glenecho . and
William Walker's Edwin, Gum .are .the
other horses that have been especially
conditioned at Arcadia, for the i princi
pal event of the season on the coast.
The Inside training track at Emery
ville is now in such condition, as.: a.
result of the inceesant "rains \ of the
last few weeks, that ft Is said to be
actually dangerous in places. ,, At f the
upper turn, tha," surface " covering of
YESTERDAYJS "W*IXNERS
— Bent
Hornc— ; Jockey. Odds.
Heather Scott ..Hayes ...... 3-1
TCoodlander . .V. Post .... .Ti.lo-1
Beechwood r. ... Miller ...... 10-1
Mla« Ofliclous ...Kelly ......8-5
Hand Me Down. . Fnlton ..... 0-3
Grace G Heatberton . 3-5
* : _ ; *
sand, which was spread on to a con
siderable depth last summer, has dis
appeared and the adobe, which was so
troublesome last winter, has worked
to the top of the track. So deep is
the going at this point that Andrew
B. Cook lost two shoes while being
worked through it a' day or two ago.
Judge "grabbed" himself badly in it
yesterday and threw Jockey Davis,
who was exercising him.
H. G. Bedwell is far from satisfied
with the way in which Jockey Rice
has handled some of his mounts re
cently, and declared yesterday his in
tention of riding the boy only when he
claimed the apprentice allowance for
his horses, until the lad showed better
form than had marked his work in the
saddle of late.
Coppit, the 2 year old chestnut filly,
by The Judge-Lucille II that won in im
pressive style on January 6, has been,
purchased, for $2,500, by O. A. Bianchi
of the Oakland stable from A. B.
Spreckels, who bred the filly at Napa
stock farm.
• * •
William Walker's string of 24 useful
thoroughbreds,- including Edwin Gum,
his Burns handicap candidate, anc
Stanley Fay, which will carry his col
ors in the California derby, are now
I quartered at the Emeryville track,
i having arrived yesterday from Arcadia.
j Walker declares that he is glad to be
1 settled here once more, and that the
local game will be good enough for
him hereafter.
» \u2666 •
John D. Mlllin and George Miller,
trainer of the El Nldo stable, yesterday
joined the colony of horsemen who
are training at Tanforan. Millin in
going along carefully with his promis
ing 2 year olds, and. Miller believes
that the crack sprinter Sewell. which
has not been doing well since he ac
quired him at the Durnell dispersal
sale, will be improved by the change.
There are now about 50 ffbrses at the
Tanforan track.
• • • - '. '. ,
Phil Chirm wired from Arcadia yes
terday for 10 stalls for candidates that
will carry. his colors in the stakes soon
to be decided at Emeryville.
• • •
Harry Green, the Spokane turfman,
was orn» of the wise coterie who prof
ited by Downpatrick's return to form
at double century odds. ..
Jack Keene has asked J. F. Clifford
The Call's Form Chart oi Races at^£/neryv///e
OAKLAND, Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1908. — Fifty-seventh day.- Weather clear. Track muddy.
E. C. Hopper, presiding Judge. J. J. Holtman, starter. -
IQQ"7 KiRST UACE — Five and a half rurlongg; selling; 3 year olds; .Talue.to flrst. $325.
i-dt-.| Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. % ¥t % Str. Fin. | Jockey. - ) Op. lx .
1963 IHeather Scott (Oakland st».). 11091 5 ... 7 5 5 1%2 3.1_ IJ. Hayes.... 8-5 9-5
(1985) Crystal Wave (CW.Chappeli) 105 1 ... 3*4 3 b In 2 4 J. Mclntyre.. 10 10
1967 Emma G (J. F. Hynes)...... 101 3 ... 4% 4 n 3 1%3 3% J. Carroll.. ..I 4 8 V
1978 Bonneur (Franklin stable) 101 2 ... 2 1 2 1 4n 4 1 T. Rice..... '.f 12 12
X&O7 Galmoore (J. Long) 10S 4 \u25a0_... 1 Vi 1 h 5 2 5 n W. Miller. .'. 10 ,• 8y
1D25 ißanlord (B. . Schreiber) 103 6 ... 5 2 7 2%6 I^6 4 R. Davis.... 20 40
1956 M. Randolph (J. S. Hawkins) 104 10 ... 8 n 8 3 8 n 7 ',$ J. Butler.... 7-2 5
1H79 [Lord Filigrane (S. Emery) 98 11 ...11 10 2 02 83 Fulton i 20 40
1618 PatrioUc (J,. B. Dunn) 106 8 ...10411 10 2 92% Fischer ..... 20 30
1&53 Insurgent (t: W. Flynn) 103 9 ... 9 5 92 11 10 2 A. -Walsh.... 60 100
1025 Herives (M. Relss) 101 7 ... 6 h 6 n 7 W. Kelly.;;. -' 8 10
Time — :24 2-5. :50 4-5, 1:10 1-5. At post I>4 minutes. Off . at 1:46. Scott. 4-5 place, 2-5
show; Wave, 4 place, 8-5 show; Emma. 3-2 sbow. Winner b. g. by Ravelston-Lavena \u25a0 C.
Trained by O. A. Biancbi. Scratched — Bruvoure. Start good. Won driving. ' Second
easily. Third same. Heather Scott out In better going than Crystal Wave, which' won,
the race for him. Crystal Wave ran a smart race, standing a long drive gamely and being ,
beaten in last stride. Emma G ran her race. Donbeur and; Galmooree raced." one another V
to a standstill. Banlord ran a fair race. Randolph no speed any : part of It. . ~ .
1 QQO SECOND RACE — Three furlongs; purse; maiden 2 year old colts and geldings; value .
iqgQ to first $325. ' '.' \u25a0•- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0:.' :--\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.'.- \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0.:.
tndei-l Horse and Owner. \|WtlSt. hi - ¥t % Str. Fin. I Jockey. | Up. • Cl. ;
IWoodlander (Ormondale sU.). 110 5 t ... 6n. Ins !Post ....'...; -10 10
1987 Ed Ormonde (Beau Ormonde). 104 1 ... ... ... 1% 2 2V4 McClaln .... 5-2.: 3 f
19t>2 Hazlet (H. T. Griffin) 110 6 ... ... ... 2% 3 % J. Mclntyre.. 5-2 16-5
'Chitterlings (Keene Bros.) 107 8 5 Vt 4 1% Scoville .. .'. . 5-2 . 3
jWho (T. H. Williams), v 110 2 ...... ... 4 Vi 5 % W. Miller.-. . •\u25a0.. 8 '..,.13"
1 Narrator (W. E. Applegate).. 110 9 7Vi6n .A. Walsh..;. 50 60"
1987 Yankee -Nlc (Live Oak stable) 103 11 .... 9 1 7 h J. Carroll.... 30 '50
Johnny White (Blasingame) . . 110 10 .11 8U Mentry ..... 40 100 ,
.... Sir Davy (Oakland 6t_ble).. . 107 7 ... 10 9 2 J. Hayes.;;. 15 23
.... Work Box (S. C. Hildreth). . 110 3 .12 10 Kirschbaum 10 10 ;
.... Bill Eaton (B. Schreiber). ..." 110 12 ... B^ll ; Keogh. ...... 30 30
1933 Yellow FtxH (Anchorage S. F.) 104 -4 3 I^l2 Sandy •..'.... 30-40
Time — :24 2-5, :37 1-5. At post Vi minute. Off at 2:09. Woodlander, 4 place, 2 show; Or
monde, B-5 place, 3-5 show; Hazlet, 3-5 show. Winner b.c. by Hey wood-Orelana. Trained'
by H. M. Mason. Start good. Won In a bard drive. Second easily. Third driving. High
price— Ormonde 16-5. Woodlander came from far back, swerved all., over the t track --from -
outside to inside and just got. up. Ormonde had no excuses. Hazlet \u25a0: hung last part.
Chitterlings will do. So will .Who. \u25a0'- Both green. Narrator ran- well. '\u25a0•-' -^ '-
4 QQQ THIRD RACE — ODe and a three-sixteenth miles; selling; 4 year olds - and- upward;
iggq value to first $325. - '\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0.-\u25a0' ' .
index. I Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. Std. V, % Str. Fin. 1 Jockey.--^ | Op. . Cl.--;
IPB9 Bewhwood, 5 (D. S. Fountain) 109 1 l»tf 1 1%1 2 1 I*_l 2. W. Miller... 6 10
1J«1 Lazel). 6 (H. G. Bedwell) ... 109 5 4 I^3 1%3 6 3 6 2 n Keoeh ....;. 1 - 9-10
19S1 Lone Wolf, 6(R R. Rice Jr.) 109 3 2 2^2 2%2 4.2 %3 15 A. Williams. . 12' 13
1996 Alaric, 4 (J. E. Case) .104 7 61 44 4544-46' Post 30 50
1969 Hotrou, 5 (W. Murphy)... ... 109 6 7 * 7. 5^53 58- Klrsehbaum 3 16-5
195S Macbeth, a (A. W. Ream) 109 4 3 b 5 n 6 6 6 2 ti 2 UcClaln , ...*. : 12 ;15
lbS9 Koyal Red, 6 (G.H.Demmlng) 109 2. 5 I^6 3 7 7 \u25a0 7 Borel V. . . . .. 15 12
Time— :26 4-5, :54, 1:19 4-5. *1:46 4-3, 2:06. At post: % minute. Off at : 2:32^4. Beechwood;
4 place. 3-2 show; Lazell. 1-3 place, out show; -. Wolf, 9-5 chow. Winner ch.' g; by Lucky
Dog-Odlty. Trained by D. S. Fountain. Start good. Won eacily. Second driving. . Th*l
e*6ily. Beechwood hud a p-ack made to order -for him,: was allowed .to set ; his own "pift ''•\u25a0'\u25a0
all'the way under wraps and easilystood off Lazell' s rush last sixteenth. Lazell ' clow "
welL Lone Wolf ran an Improved race. \u25a0 Rotron could not* raise a gallop;. - \u25a0". • "\u25a0--' - flt c
OlUftn FOURTH RACE — One mile and 20 yards; the Richmond handicap; 3 year olds tfha
fcUUU ppwanl; value to first $600.. \u25a0•-\u25a0\u25a0. t- • -.-:,-.:.»\u25a0---. :.
luaex.i Horse and Owner. >Wt|St. % V» % Str. Fin. | Jockey.- I Op. Cl.
1964 i Miss Officious, .4 (M. Reiss). 96 2-4 4 3 2 2 2V41 %, «IW. Kelly.;. . • 3-2 .7-3 ;
(1976) A. Muskoday. 6 (M.A.Dodge) 114 4 1 7 13: 13 1 1 2.7. McClaln •,-.:-. v: 6.1 8-5
(1960) Fulletta, 5 (Hoag & Co.) 89 8 3h;3n 4 4 33 Heatherton .. .5 5 :
1894 Bryan, 6 (J. B. Dnnn) 97 1 2% 2 1%2 n 3\s 4 Klrsehbaum' 12 12
Time — :26, :523-5. 1:18, 1:44 4-5 i 1:46 1-5. "At post 1 minute. . Off, at 2:57. ,: Of flclous. 1-3
«" place, out show; Muskoday, 1-2 place, out ahow;. Fulletta. out- show.: -Winner \ br. m. by ,
Meddler-Ballyhoo. Trained by J. Tlgne. Start good. Won driving. :' Second and \u25a0 third 1
easily. High price — Officious 8-5, Muskoday 9-5, Bryan 15. -Miss Officious moved lup slowly, .
went after .Moskoday: after turning Into stretch and, gtanding a long, hard drive, pot up -
and won going away.. A.'Mnskoday went to the front \u25a0 shortly after the,' start,' .opened a -
gap on his field, but tired perceptibly In last furlong and swerved . down* into : bad Agoing .';
on inside. Fulletu outgamed Bryan. Latter had a nice turn of speed," but tired at seven
fnrlongs. - \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0-- .\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - -\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ' ..'\u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0.•.\u25a0-\u25a0/'.\u25a0 \-- \u25a0,'.\u25a0 \u25a0.^'-, +\
PQQI FIFTH RACE— One mile; selling; 3 year olds; value to first $325. <; ; : :
Index. l ' Horseand Owner. |Wt|t>t.--% -\u25a0%•.-\u25a0%\u25a0 Str. Fin. ; | Jockey |'Op.~~cT
l»»0 Hand Me Down (S.- Emery).. IB7\u25a0l'B n' 814 2 4 1%1 h•. Fulton r.... .3 18-3 r
1932' Warden Yell (Oakland stable) 104 4 4 %3 4 3 2^l n 2 n J. Hayes."... - 6-3 7-3
1900 Oocytug (J.IL Sawyer) ...... 96 5; 1 1 In 212 I^3 3 J. > Butler.'.".. ; 12 - 12
1931 Contribution (C. W. Chappell) 94 ,6 6 %.4 M 5 2%5 2v4 6" A. Walsh.... 10 9
1979 Bobby Shafto \u25a0 (J.H.Schrelber) 96 2-3 2 2 1 -1.% 3^5 1 Kirschbaum 13 20
1990 Billy WatkinsMJ. M. Crane). 103 7 9-^9 -^ 9 74\u25a06 4, 6 8 R.r.Davls..;'. 6 10
1J)93 Astoria Belle (J. B. Dunn):.. 96 9-72 -5 h 9" 85-7 2;. J.: Carroll.;:. >15 30 '
1874 Rustler (Golden State stable) 96 321-6.V4 6n72 86 Gilbert r ; . ,';'. 12 20
1942 Parasol (F. J. r.Ke11). .:.'.::.-. 107 8-3 h 7-% 82; fl// 9 \u25a0 ? Borel ....•:... \u25a0 20 75
Time— :26 3-5. ;52 4-5. 1 :20, 1 :43 4-5. At post* Vt minute. Off at 3:23%; Hand 'Me Down,"
3-2 place,7 -10 chow;. Yell.*: 1-2 place.' out show; , Cocytus, 5-2 show.-»- Winner \u25a0"-br. 'g.-by.-
Handeprlng-Old • Miss. Tralned'by A.G...BUkeley. v Startvgood.. .: Won ' first 'two; drivintr. 4
Third stopping, : High price — Hand ' Me . Down 0-2. :•\u25a0 Yell 3-2, . Parasol - 100,: i Hand \u25a0' Me I Down, '-\u25a0
outrun -badly,- flrst six furlong*; went'aroundihis '.field, and, '.closing' 1 very, strongly ,~ got: ui»'
\u25a0- In last stride. "Warden ' Yell had : no . excuses. •\u25a0 He ran ; bis \u25a0 race. " Cocytus • bung • on » better . ;
than usual. : - Contribution made .. up : some ground. • \ Bobby ; Shafto ; ran v ai : good six : f urlong* -
and then' quit. \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0• \u25a0 - \u25a0.-\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . --\u25a0 \u25a0-' --. --\u25a0;.. :•\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0 ' : \u25a0.:.\u25a0*.-- .\u25a0:\u25a0':.. r:^.-j. '.-\u25a0} :\u25a0> :..;\u25a0.-*. . .•/
2002 ® IXTH RACE— Futurity course; purse; 4 year olds and .upward; .valae to. first $400. \u25a0
lndex.| Horse and Owner. |Wt|st. % Vi %\u25a0 Str. Fin. , U Jockey. :- 1. Op. Cl.
1965- Grace G. 4 (Hoar & Co.) 9S 1 :... 2 % 21%1-i4 1"4 Heatherton!.. 2-5. 1-3
-1940 Downpatricfc. 6 (T. H." Ryan) 102 2 ..: 1 1 1n- 2 2 2 2Va Mentry ; .V.'.. 100 100
180S Blondy. 4 (C- Heifers)....... 100 5 ... 4 1%3 l 3. 1143 2 . J.-- Mclntyre..' - 3 u-2;
1571* Silver Sue, (Miller i& C 0.).. 99 7 ..." 6 2 5 2%5 3:4 3 " Mcßride .'.V. : 30 -50
1961 Elevation,- 5 (KenllworthS.F.) 99 3 ... 3 n 4 2,4 1; 5 6 Klrschbatim *. U2> 20*
. Ruth- W. 5 (J. B. Dnnn).r... 97 4 ... 5 i/4" 647(10 66" A*Walsh.:.. ::.S0- r.O
.1574 Legal Form, 5v5 v (Smoldenj. ... 99 6 ... ;7,5-6 n 6 2 72. J. : Hayes .":".. 100 200
.... Neva W. 4; (Sierra j Nevada). . 93 '8 ... 8 - 8 - 3 F. > HUdebrnd \u25a0? 100'j IQQ>
Xlme — .-25 2-3. :51 2-5. 1:03,-1 : 13. .At post 5V> minnte's.-iOff af3:53.:; Grace,Vl-8 plnce,?l-2C \u25a0 '
show; ' Downpatrick,'- 20 place, * r 6 show;, Blondy,^ 1-3 1 show." ! Winner v, eh;« ; m.'f; by ; Albert- *.
' Mountain Madge.- Trained \u25a0 by H. ? W.r Hoag.vf Scratched— Koenlgin*" LuiseA Leighton,"=''J.'j C."«"
Clem, Bertje A. Start good. ' Won In a-. gallop, v- Second ; and i third s easily;*-. -j High I price— 'i
Grace " G 3-5,' Elevation 30. Ruth • W - 100. ; Grace :G > outclassed ? her } field ' and v moved •to \u25a0 the _
front- when iready^ winning In a gallop: Downpatrick ran a 1a 1 surprisingly^ good trace.Vßlondy ;
§ t acted badly at post and. wore himself out. He" stopped, badly In last = quarter. .; Elevation v
stopped aiter showing early, speed. _ . \u25a0 : :
THE SAN- FRANGISGO ZC^li, WEDNESDAY, : •: JANXJABY 15; 1908:
RACING NEWS
Suspension of Two
Jockeys tiffed
Chris Miller and Pendergast Re
stored to Good Standing by : .
Emeryville Stewards
Jockey Chris Miller, who Is . under
contract to the Sierra Nevada stable,
and Jockey Pendergast, at free lance;
who was suspended for a bad looking
ride on the horse Captain | Burnett sev
eral weeks ago, were restored to good
standing at a meeting of the stewards
of the New California jockey, club yes
terday. Miller had been suspended on
accouunt of the poor showing of; the
mare Serenity in a race in which she
ran as one of the choices. ; The officials
took the view that both boys had been
punished sufficiently. Miller, has the
best percentage of the boys who have
ridden any considerable number-, of
horses at the meeting. ij;
The stewards announced the suspen
sion of Jockey J. Butler, who; is under
contract to J. S. Hawkins, for. 10 days
on account of his propensity for getting j
away from the post poorly upon occa
sions. The particular; offense /.which
provoked the ruling was his. failure to
get off with Margaret. Randolph, the .
second choice of yesterday's ' opening
race, after she had gone far back in :
the betting. •, .
.It was announced \ that the showing
which Jockey- Mclntyre made .with
Blondy, the second choice of the closing
race of the day, would be closely In
vestigated today. Mclntyre is the boy
whose handling of Mill Song on Mon-.
day provoked a storm of criticism.
to set a price, on the contract on the
promising, apprentice rider,/; Gilbert
Clifford does not appear' anxious to
let the boy go, in spite of the fact
that he and his stable are under sus
pension.
J. E. Case claimed Lazell from H. G.
Bedwell yesterday for $825. ;'; Bedwell
took the horse from H. Tullett only re
cently by the bidding up process, pay
ing $1.000. f0r him. \u25a0 ' 7
. ' •' - \u25a0• •' • \u2666••'_'\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ' '. •
Dick Williams claimed Lackfoot from
R. F. Carman at Arcadia recently, and
Carman retaliated by claiming* L. C.
Widrig from Williams. %. :..-;; ' • : /
Mose Goldblatt will ship from New
Orleans to Oakland this ' week. Bur
lew & O'Neill sold Alsation. and Geor
gia Girl to him for $2,500, "and they
will be shipped to the coast' with
the consignment. . ;
All owners who have horses quar
tered at Ascot park have bee.n; notified
to remove them at once. There are no
stalls to be had at Santa Anita park,
and the horsemen receiving ! the notice
are in a quandary as to where they
can find new quarters' for their horses. 1
The antiraclng bills 'at "Albany are
In the hands of committees said to be
safely in the majority, against them.
Liberal advances on diamonds^ and " ; Jewelry.
Baldwin Jewelry Co., 1261; Van Ness ay. \u25a0 * .
J. R. JEFFERY
Dugan Draws Three
Days Vacation
Foul Riding Enables the Hildreth
Jockey to Land Creston
First at Wire V
SPECIAL : DISPATCH TO THE CALL
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 14.— Jockey Du
gan '\u25a0\u25a0;. turned a crooked ; trick at r Santa
'Anita ; today \(and was" set : down", for
three "days ; arid warned ' that, a ; repeti- \u25a0'•:
tion;of his: foul riding would "result in r/.
his * indefinite ; suspension. ; Dugan rode
Crestonj which [- beat V Magazine >in the
fourth race. -.When Burns started .to
make his move with; Magazine Dugan i
in and out' .with \ ' Creston, \u25a0
twice forcing Burns, to ; pull up.? ; ' .;.
i>: Although: the ruling of the judges ,
was .admission * that .a foul, had been
committed, they did' not reverse the
positions of the horses. Summary: ;• '
Thirty-third day. .Track heavy.,
FIRST RACE— One mile, 4 year olds and, up- .
ward,' puree. s4oo, selling:. -." .
Odds. Horse and Jockey.;, Wt. St. Str. '. Fin. \u25a0
1-2 Tim. Wen (E. Martin) .104 " 4 1 6 1 61
! 12-I— Krkfld. Belle (G. Burns)lo4 6 2 6 2 10
1-7-2— Gateway (801and)...... 11l- 2 4 3 3 V*
Time— -.13%. =25. ; :37 1-5, * :40, 1:01 3-5. 1:15,
1 :28 2-5, 1 1 :40 4-5. Phil Igoe, Sam Bernard, < The
Don, Paul •I, Crepps t Beckham, \u25a0 finished .. as
named. ' - Value to winner, " $325. - Winner Pasa
dena stable's b.' h., ' 4, : by •- Troubador-Xona.
Trained by H. X. Williams." Start good. „ Won
first two cantering. Third driven. Wtfn, place
1-4,- show out; Belle, plac# 2, show- 7-10; Gate
way, show 1-4; field, 6to 5. -> Wen' romped home, '
making the rest look cheap. \u25a0 Belle, liked the ago
ing and was easily best of the others. > Gateway,
in a sharp \u25a0 l»st sixteenth \u25a0 drive, - outstayed Igoe.
Beckham stumbled at • the - barrier. Winner en
tered for $1,000, no bid.;
1 : ' SECOXD RACE— Three furlongs, 2 year olds,
purse $400:- \u25a0 :
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt St Str.. Fin.
81— Hampass (Schilling)... .110 1 11-14;.
7-s_Fred Maief (Boland) ..110 5 2 2 h
20-1 — C. W. Rlley (Cullett) . .110 3. 5 3 3 2
\u25a0Time — :122-C, :24 2-5, :36- \u25a0\u25a0 Marion • Delorme,'
Royal Stone, J. W. Furer, Right ' Sort, . Rey ;el
Dinero, Modena, Palo A1t0.7 Stroke, Recluse, -Roy
Junior; Orphan ! Boy, finished as named. 1 1 Value
to winner, $325. Winner -: It. V. : Thomas' b. c.',
2, -• by Hammon-Pass. Trained by H. McDanlel.
Start good. Won easily. Second driven. Third
easily. Hampass, < place 3, show 3-2 ; Maier, •
place 3-5, 6how 1-3; Riley,, show. 3. Hampass,
off in front, was never . in \u25a0 danger. Maler held
the place safe all the route. Riley mad*, up
ground, finishing . strongly. ' .. : ! .
THIRD RACE— Six and a half furlongs, 4
year olds and upward, • selling:
Odds. Horse and Jockey. \u25a0 Wt . St. Str. Fin. •
10-I— G.S.\Davis (Goldstein). 106 14% lh-
25-I—Ed Ball (E. Dugan).... B9 2 5 M 24.
8 I— GaUavant (C. Ross) .... 102 8 : 8 h 3 h
Time — :06 3-5,"' :19 1-5, :30 3-5, :43, :55 4-5,
1:08 3-5,' 1:14 2-5, 1:20 4-5. Pretension, Water- ;.
bury, ' Scarf el, :; Head • Dance. Preen, * finished as
named. Value to winner, ' $325. Winner T. O.
Webber's eh. g., 4, by Sombrero- Bellame. \u25a0
Trained by L." A. Bonsack. \u25a0*- Start good. Won
driven. . Second easily. Third driven. .\u25a0_, Davis,
place 3, show 7-5; Ball, place 8, show 4;: Ga
llant, show 7-5: \u25a0 DavU, : outrun in the : early part,
came like a shot at the t finish. Ball made. a
game stretch run after; trailing to the stretch.
Gallavant just lasted to beat Pretension out of
the show. " Waterbury - swung wide 'in 'the
stretch. - Winner entered for $1,500; no bid.
FODRTH RACE — Seven furlongs,. 8 year olds
and -upward, purse $500: '\u25a0
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt St Str. Fin.
tl-s— Creston (Dugan) »4 1 1 1 1 h /
1-2— Magazine . (Burns) .-. . . . .109 2:2 5 2 20 ,
60-I— Dixon Belle (Musgrave) 08 4 3 10 3 10
Time— :13 1-5, . :25 1-5, , :36 4-5. 1 :49,i 1:01 3-5,
1 :14, 1 :26 3-5. B. G. Lewis, St^ Doreen, finished
as named.. .Value to winner, $400. - Winner U.Z .
de Annan's b. g.". 3, by Prince Pepper-Cherub.
Trained. by J. Riley. - Start good.' ; Won driven.*
Second and . . third . easily. v Creston; • place 1-4,
show out; Magazine, place 1-10, out show; Belle,
Bhow;2. Creston was favored by. the going," but
had to be driven . to tbe limit - Magazine ; showed
rare ; gameness under ; the' whip, ? finishing fast.
Belle took show money wlfhout an effort .
FIFTH ' RACE— One and three-sixteenth miles,
4 year. olds and upward, purse $400:
Odds.- Horse and Jockey. Wt St Str. Fin!
9-10— Sir Edward (Musgrave) 108 •1' 12 11
:7- I— J.R. Laughrey (Knapp)ll2 2.21 27
16- I— Llvius (C.r R055). .. . . .108 • 7 5 13 2 :
Time— :o7 3-5, :19 1-5, :S1 3-5, :44 2-5. :59 1-5,
1:10 2-5, 1:23 2-5, 1:36 2-5, 1:55, 2:012-5. /Value
to winner, $325. .: Perry Wickes,. Royal i River,
Big' Bow Woodsman finished- as named. . -Winner
J. -. J. Wafsh's b. \u25a0h: 5 by - Kddie Jones-Motto.
Trained . by ' J. R. Walker. - Start good. -Won
easily. Second . and -third ' the same. - Edward,
place 9-20, '. show : out ; \u25a0 Laughrey, place ' 2. show
3-5; Llvius, show even. y, Edward had the foot all
the way. ' \u25a0 Laughrey '-weakened :in : the closing
strides. Livius finished strongly.
RACE— Five furlongs, 3 year olds and
upward, : purse. ' $400,' selling: -. • '•> \u25a0
Odds. Horse and Jockey. Wt. St. Str. Fin.,
10-I— Ben Stone (Dugau):... lo2 7 16 15
7-2— Liddington (MuegraTe)..los 12 3 12 2%
3-2-H>rinaml) (Burns) ... : . . .100 8- 4 V, 3 h :
.-Time— :12 3-5, .:<:24 3-5, :37 1-5, ::49, 1:01 3-5.
Dr. •\u25a0 Slmral,,; Sir Angus, r.The Hammer, ' George
Byrnes, Billowy Decorator.- Sain Agnes, Volante,
Pontex, " Costly, '/Lancashire Lad, • finished- as
named. : Value -to. winner,' $325. Winner ' James
Curl's i b. " g.. - 3,*' by '• Ben" Strouie-Belle :. Dlago.
Trained by W. L.- Curl. ;Start good. Won easily.
Second easily. \u25a0'\u25a0; Third r driven. Scratched — Ann
Garrlck, \u25a0 Ben ton. \u25a0. Stone, -4-1 place. 2-1 - show.
Liddington; \u25a0 7-5 place. 7-10 show. Oriflarnb, 1-3
show. Stone tiptoed his field all the ' way. I Lid
dington and. Oriflamb- finished stoutly.- .\u25a0 '
Santa Anita Park Entries
<V ' . \ ' — r- /" '\u25a0 ' -
FIRST RACE— Six and a half furlongs.'
Belling:. '\u0084'," '\u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0'' \u25a0 • \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 •' \u0084\u25a0'.. -, .\u25a0;\u25a0 -\u25a0 :
Kemay ..'..... ..'.". .105 Rusclmo, ......... ". .101
Illusion : . . . : :.'. • .-..105 Saucy M .......... 93
Lady, Vashtl *106 Martha- Jane 1 ...... ;101
Wisteria ....... ...103 Rustlinie Silk ....;. TlO4
Succeed ........; r. 109 Esther B ..v. ....*. l lOO
JO6ie S .. : :'.-.'•.-. ;..':. 100 Gi andita . . . '. . ,. . . . ; 100
Nonle Lucille' . . .;. .105 Adoration ; . . ..... .-.-.103
La Gloria ....... .*IOB Albion H ..93
SECOXD RACE^ — Three furlongs, purge, 2 year
olds: ' ' ' \u25a0:\u25a0-:-'\u25a0.•\u25a0 - •
Bellf of Brass.. :..'. 107 jMorea .......... ....107
Madrileno ; .r:r/.-.-r.107 Joe Gaitpns . . . . . ..V.llO
" Ch./K. r Kthelbcrt- - ,':, -B.\ c.'-. Sorcerer
* Old Madrid Lynetta
Colonel Dick ':!\u25a0'. . . ..110 Bnthel; . . . . . . . . . . . . .112
lustant". .....'.. .....107 Mattie Russell ... ..107
r. Ch. f \u25a0 Sombrero- v V, i'aradlse, Queen, . ...112
V- Water Girl ," • f Lady? Quality .....;.107
Frank ; Clancy. . .'. . . . 110| .r : - ' ; .; v
i' THIRD . RACE--Six "' furlongs, selling: ; -" ' '-Vri I
John \u25a0J. : Rogers.'.' : . .112jPoDtQtoc .'. .112
I.acehe : ; ........ .T..llol Ancassin .": . .-; . .': : : . 112
Taxer . ". ... . .-. 112|The Poet .... : .. . ...112
Diamond rr."rnr.".™:.ll2 Red : Garter . ... . . . .112
Court ; Martial ,;. : rr. 115 Kscamado :...'. .'.\u25a0; . . 112
Uncle « Henry -:.:;.": .115 Toller,;'. ..' ..;:...'; :-.".H5
Search Me .*. .".':..;. 115 Xeatness , .'.-. . . . .'. r.'.110
Azora . . : .... ... ...110 Miutia . .". ...... ... .115
I,'" FOURTH -RACE— One -and an eighth miles,
selling: - . . . - ' ' -; . \u25a0
Talarand '..'.. : - - 105 Rubinon ...... :i ; 105
Bazll \u25a0 ; rA r.'.^rr. rr. JllO Hadly ; Used . . .v. . . :: 112
N« edf ul »r.-; r:r. rr. r.105 Woodsman ........... ICS
Christine A ...... .*93 Jo6ie Wheeler . . . . . 110
V FIFTH RACE— FiveV and J a v half furlongs,"
selling :;.'."- • \u0084\u25a0...."->\u25a0, \u0084 \u25a0 - .- .\u25a0 -. -, ..,.
Godfather . .:'...: V ..1121 Waldorf '. . . . . .". . , . . .10ft
l'.llly i ßowlegs - .'. .'.' . 11 l Laudab1e", .....;. .. ; : 107
Connie M'*r: r.?7T '.'.'. 107 Taraban ;.'.... ..V... M04
Hsrvel .: .-.';. V:....114|Hal ¥:..;.. ...;.-.. :r.H2
Brawny/Lad . . '..'.:'. .lo9|Wuerzburger . . .... .109
SIXTH RACE— Sis -furlongs, selling:-. :
Arrason ''. : : .V. . : . . 11 4 EaneUen i. ..:..;. . . ...109
George Swain r.*r.'; .fill Barato \i . ;r. vr.rr.-. : 114
Strißhtaway ;<.v:. . .104 Lisbla .'. . rr: .\v.'."'.«107
Toddy ullodge 7.r.'.r.107 Queen ». of-- Camp.ir^'lOS
Andoche r. : : . ". ~. : "\u25a0'.:'. lll Kvron ; ;.:::....;. ... 104
I'.nzzinl-: vr: r. r.*.". J ". .'.lll Bannocence \u25a0 : . ..". ;. .'. *o9
Stntado '•'.'\u25a0.\u25a0.". r.".".V.".:ioT JUss JHlmyar/.vr.V'.'.lOO
Mona • Ray %-.'. V.y.T. 1021 Bt-jovis . .' . . ;v . . r.~ . . . lOU
.'\u25a0\u2666Apprentice; allowance. V'.. 1 ; ".- '\u25a0"' \u25a0 '.
Winnersiat:New; Orleans
NEW ' ORLEAXS, \u25a0 Jan.* 14.— Fair > Grounds; re
sults: 1 - ;'\u25a0"-''\u25a0 -\u25a0 \u25a0'.-\u25a0\u25a0- -\ : -,-'". ; \u25a0\u25a0['\u25a0' r -'- •' \ ."'. J-":
il-i 1 -- First '\u25a0 race,'* three \u25a0'• furlongs— Sea ., Swell .• won,"
Tom Holland- second, s " Patriot third." .Time,
0:37 1-s. >^ . ' :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0':'\u25a0:'-\u25a0:-'-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0r-.<- :;.:\u25a0'--\u25a0: -
• Second race, - five \u25a0 and ja - half furlongs— Male
Fletcher won, ; Donaldo second," Joyful Lady j third."
Tlm<».si:lo 2-5.:;*; -: ,\u25a0:\u25a0:>\u25a0-:\u25a0,:. ;\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0<':" ':\u25a0\u25a0
;*-Third '?\u25a0 race..- nix --• furlonps — Lucy , : , Marie , ; ; won.
Fire s Opal i second.",: Constantla , third. 'vTlme,^ 1:17.*
\u25a0s Fourth race," six .'. furlongs— Belle f Strome * won, 1
Miss;Strome second,* 1 Black Mantilla- third; = Time.'
1:17 1-5:-/..^y'lJ-:^- M>'i^-''^- -',/::\u25a0\u25a0 :--;-;\u25a0>'\u25a0;
*?, Fifth ? race, \u25a0; Beven • f urlongs-rComedlenne won,
Leo l Beach •? second,* i Rebel; Queen , third. -; t Time,
l:31 : 3-5.''-",-': ,:/:;; v-fv^- v,:<- ;. •;>• ;. :, : -., -- \u25a0•\u25a0,-,
fi Sixth race A mile ? and -a ; furlong — Docile < won,'-
Iranhoe: secoad/tFlaylgny; third. - Time.- ;1:5S 1-5.
The^ %//'s W^nd/cap Forecast
J. R. Jef f ery
Haiidicapped for heavy % track. Deduct one point for 'each
pound overweight.
DENEEN--GALVES— LORD FILIGRANE
FIRST jßACE— Futurity course; selling;" 3! year olds and upward:
.Index. "Horse and Owner.- Wt Rating. Remarks.
1979 \u25a0; Deneen (Applegate) ........101 54 Looks like good colt.
1980 Galves(Fine) ............. ..103 53 Improving.
1997 'Lord FlUgrane (Emery)... . 96 53 Prefers a route.
1963 Uncle Sam (Neil) -...-.... ....103 51 Has shown speed.
;i980: PandeOro (Wi11iam5)..;... 103 47 \u25a0 Might improve.
.1723 Matt Hogan. (Magrane) ....117 47 First start in long time.
1961 Gobs (J. E. King)...... .117 40 Recently changed hands.
Azusa (Moorehouse) ...... ..11l 40 Fast, but faint hearted. _
. 1985r <E B H (Ross) .... ........ ..113 39 Calls for little.
(1607) Cerro -Santa (Ellerd) ....... 117 38 ,First out:
1955 Huachuca (St. Vincent). .... .112 18 *No chance.
1084 Quindaro (Quinn) ......... .117 17. No chance. .
:GAGEI^TAYLOR--BALREED--JOCKEY t MOUNCE
*-. SECOND "RACEJ-^-Futurity course; selling;" 3 year olds and upward:
Index.- Horse and Owner. ' Wt Rating. Remarks.
. 1919;- Gage Taylor (Crane) ....... 99 62 • Showed speed only out.
< 1618 -Bal Reed (Dunn) ........... 99 69 Fast' trick from Arcadia.
1985 'Jockey Monnce (Mounce).. 94 55 Fast, but a quitter. —
615 .Mansard (Keene) :........ .121 53 Races at Arcadia not much.
(1955) »Big: Store (Bedwell) 110 53 In good shape. -
V 1986 Dick Wilson (Sullivan) 122 62 . Might be the surprise.
.1982 Alta Spa (Ahlers) ... .......113 60 Little form to balance.
' 1973 Sycamore (Martin) ........ .118 48 •
1981 St.' George Jr.- (Stover).... ..120 45
Jack Paine (Collins) -....;..' 99 41
1985 Bantam (Hall & Marshall).. ll9 41
. 1562 Red Reynard (I.H., Miller). .119 32 -.-
ON PAROLE— TRANCE— COPPIT
THIRD \u25a0 RACE--Three, furlongs: purse; 2' year olds: „; .
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt. Ratins. Remarks.
(1962) On Parole' (-Keene) ..... 110 65 Won like a crackajack.
1974 *Trance (Griffin) .......... .110J 57 Nice sort of filly.
1974 r , Coppit (0ak1and); ........... 110 55 Off poorly last out o
(1974) Seattle' (Schreiber) ...MlO 50 A fast filly.
1987. Linola (Napa. (Stk. Farm). ..103 37 Might improve.
1968 , Opulent (Applegate) ........103 .. Left Only start
.:.. Rollicking Boy (Williams) . .106 \. Br. c, Altamax-Recreatlon.
.... \u2666False Nun (Griffin)., ......107 .. "Ch. f., T. Friar-Bet Deceiver.
DOR ADO— BLANCHE C— CAPTAIN BURNETT \
FOURTH i RACE— MiIe and a sixteenth-.'selling; 3 year olds and upward:
Index. Horse and Owner. Wt. Rating. Remarks.
(1989) Dorada"(Koenigsberg) ...... 11l 70 : Been : winning unextended.
r (1983)' Blanche G (Hawkins) . .106 69 k Should beat the balance.
1975 -'Captain Burnett (Cotton) ....113 63 - Back to best form.
;1991 Agnola r (Applegate) ........109 63 Last race not much.
1983 -Eduardo (Dunn);. .."....... .113 55 Outside chance only.
JOCUND— MARGARET RANDOLPH— CAPTAIN HALE
FIFTH RACE— MiIe and : 7o yards; selling; S year olds and upward:
Index.- -Horse and' Owner. '-,-\u25a0\u25a0 Wt .Rating. Remarks." v; .
•.-\u25a0\u25a0- 855 Jocund -(I.'- 'H.'< Miller) ....... 114 64 Fresh" from Arcadia.
1997 Margr. Randolph (Hawkins). .98 63 Has good chance.
- 1982 Captain Hale (5t0ver) ...... .110 .62 Races uniformly good.
'-\u25a0;:• 1971 jßoloman '(Fountain) .:....'.109' 62 Has been quitting badly.
.- 1991 Silver Wedding (Fitzgerald). 110 60 Racing well.
' 1981: 'Funnyside (McNeil) ...:.*. 104 '\u25a0•.-. 59 • Hard . to guess.
.1995 Lassen (Hoppas) „ . . ; .108 '59 Fast, but faint hearted.
(1982) Col. Warwick (Robbins). . . . 109 5S Last race nice one.
1996 Maxtresa (Walsh) .....105 54 Inconsistent
1989 Eckersall (Fink) ........;. 110 46 No chance.
1459 George Kilborn .(Gutter) ...104 32 No chance. .
4 PEUTSCHLANp— JOHNNY LYONS-^fUDGE NELSON
. SIXTH. RACE— -One mile; purse; 4 year: olds and upward:
Index. 'Horse and Owner. ; Wt Rating. JRemarks.
1988 . Dentschland" (Schreiber) . ...107 '84 Has speed and should last
'(1964).' Johnny Lyons (Hayes) .'... .102 S3 Right on edge.
1964 Judge Nelson (Bedwell) ...... 97 83 Recent races poor.
.\u25a0': 1994 Dollie Dollars (Buchanan) ... 89 < :80 In with a feather. '
1988 Col.- White (Rowell) ...107 80. Last races disappointing.
1964 All Ablaze (Flynn) ........; 91 76 Balance look up against it
. ."v BEST BETS— ON PAROLE, DORADO
Racihg:Datesf6rl9<}B
Are Announced
> The stewards of the New York jockey
club have finally given; the racing dates
of 1908 and have provided equitably for
all .the : associations,-, including Empire
City.- James Butler. has expressed satis
faction wlth'the' Empire City allotment.
The dates are as: follows: .
Aqueduct— April 15 to April' 2S, 12 days.
Jamaica— April* 2B 'to- May 12,. 12 days. .
- V Belmont park — May 13 to , May 30. 16 days.
.;: Gravesend— Vnne 1 to Jtme .• 18, 16 days.
\ Sheepsbcad \u25a0 Bay-^-Jnne '. 1 9 \u25a0 to . July 6, '. 1 5 days.
:' Brighton < Beach^July 7 .; to ; July 29, . 20 days.
Sarafoga-^-Jaly SO to 22, .' 21 days.
\u25a0 Empire i City — August .12 to August 28, 15
days.- •-•.' -\'..- i \u25a0'\u25a0-'\u25a0:\u25a0. ;•\u25a0 c-:-- - '\u25a0'/'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' '..."-'
: Sheep«head Bay — August 20 to September ,; 12,
13 "days..', •. : . J; . ' ..:\u25a0.•\u25a0: w,:
Gravesend — September - 14 ' to September 20, 12
dt-ys. .'".'.\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0: ---'-v.r^tifeiiigjytepiWiPiVriPftiy*!.
: Brighton - Bsjach— September 28 to October 3,'
6' days. ; '\u25a0\u25a0' . .\u25a0'- - •••'•\u25a0:.• :\u25a0'\u25a0•\u25a0•,:''""• ' '\u25a0"
Belmont Park— October 5. to October : IT, . 12
days. ' - \u25a0'\u25a0" --; ''"./\u25a0" -. .
. Empire City — October « 19 to October » 24, 6
days.'- •: \u25a0, . ; "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -'\u25a0 - . -'\u25a0 -\u25a0.
Jamaica — October 26 to NoTember 4, 0 days. '
- Aqueduct — November 5. t0- November ;14, ;, 9
days..." ' . .\u25a0...\u25a0.-...\u25a0;.. '-'•'/\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0.:'.\u25a0 '.' .\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0/
Schedule for Basket
Ball Games
Herbert Matthews : of Berkeley high
school has been elected .captain of ;the
baseball "team ', instead Sof, next year's
football .team, » as 7 some ; reports had it.
No ; captain^ has r: been 'elected, as yet;to
succeed, Hartleyi of Uhefeleven. ''\u25a0,\u25a0'
; Orvalßaumbaughwas re-elected cap
tain' of .TVilmerdinsr , at a meeting .yes
terday. '/^S^^S^^^BBS^BSMip^Ps
- ; The subleague basketball schedule,
for ,1 this V city*; was arranged yesterday
by :, the t basketball -committee ;of -the
Academic - : league. jjiThe : ; games will be
played I in . quick . succession, 6o' as : : to be
finished l i by ' March ? l;\when ) the Pacific
athletic fassociation (will^begin, its tour
nament.-'/:[Twoigames;\will:.*.have;to 'be
played]inone.day,in:order ( tO;allow the
finals to proceed* on- February • 28. Five
schools', have -.eh tered teams.; The
schedule:- .'•' ; . . " r .. .' : i
?'i January ' 29-^Lowell .vs. Cogswell," ; Lick ' ts.'
Polytechnic. \u25a0 :" : - .- ?: . ; a >.:•\u25a0'-• ; :
' ; Febniary « 3 — Wilmerding . vs. Lowell, Wilmer- :
ding " vs.'; Polytechnic", ' ~ j -
\u25a0\u25a0-February; 7 — Lick -vs.': Lowell, : Wilmerding ,vs.
Polytechnic.":-' •..- . -- : \u25a0'; _
\u25a0-.-February: 11— Lowell vs.. Lick, . Wilmerding vs.
Cogswell. :'-'.-"\u25a0 ;< - ; . . ' \u25a0 . .
.'.February ri 15— Liek .-• vs. ; -Wilmerding, Lowell
vs. Polytechnic. ' I wTfi Lif |TTyHWWtf 'ff m ') || j) iJTurtiH n \
\u25a0>, February," 28-^-Flnals ;~ of Amateur Athletic
league championship. \": ,;: ' , } '\u25a0'; ...
Stanford to Send "Team
"•\u25a0..". STANFORD UNIVERSITY,' Jan." 1 14^
Starifordsprobably*: will ,-. enter, a cross
country Ueamr in ; with" the
"athletesi of ! the .University ;\u25a0 of , California
and-4the>Olymplc fclutV when? the f event
planneci;by-.th'e\wearersl'of 4 theV winged
"O'?, ; ls';heldVin' San; Francisco > on /"Wash-'
ingtbn's !.-vi, birthday."? Several 7of.:;Jthe
crack Vdlstance > men ; are
over i the {event and ; 1 1 .' is > probable. ; that
Trainer Moulton will condition seven
or height men; .of Hhe ; regular track
squad. . ' * .\u25a0.'-;".' /
.Phoenix vVersus- All ( Stars
- \u25a0 OAKLAND, Jan. - . 14.-r-The'. Phoenix
baseball ;.team of St: Mary's -college
;wil l^playj against? the :- Oakland Jt All
Stars itomorrowrafternoon,'' the; game ito
be i'atV 2 :30;! o'clock,*? 1 on \u25a0\u25a0=. the ~: l col
lege^rcarnpus ; - % Hart probably will ' pitch
Iforj the* collegiaris.V::"
Miners : to See Baseball
:'-: '- 7\7 \ GOLpFIELD;|Nev4 r ? : Jan. -lAAI—A. let
ter j has J been'l received . here 11 f rorrf'Presi
dent { Comiskey* of I the iAVhI te I? Sox, say.-,
ing S t hat % the \u25a0£ Chicago i basebftllXorgan i
izati6h^m"ayi*giyeXexhibitldnigames?at
Goldfield , and 'Tonopah'; early.: in ; March.
DownpatrieK at 200 to I in
the Betting, Finishes Second
to Grace G at Emeryville
More Big Stakes at
The Meadows
J. F. McElroy, , general manager of
the - Kings County fair association,
which controls -the racing at The Mead
ows," Seattle, .was \u25a0 a visitor . at Emery
ville yesterday, and will go .to south
ern California within a few days to
confer with Horace Egbert concerning
plans for next .summer's racing at the
Seattle ' track. : McElroy says that The
Meadows management has several can
didates.. In view for Egbert's position
as' handicapper, programmer and pre
siding : Judge, at The Meadows in the
everit that .his physical condition pre
vents him from "officiating during the
coming summer.
Upon, his return from the conference
with Egbert : at ] Los Angeles announce
ment will be mad© of the plans for the
coming meeting at the Puget sound
track. . *
. McElroy says that , much of the op
position .which -was fomented against
the track last summer has disappeared.
More valuable, stakes and' purses are
to be offered the coming summer than
ever "before. :
California Skaters
Not on Hand
SPECIAL DISPATCH TO THE CALL
PITTSBURGH Jaru 14. — Thj» manage
ment of the exposition in which the
roller 'skating championships «f the
world opened tonight had to explain
by megaphone to 6,000 ' persons why
San; Francisco, skaters were not ; on
hand. ; ;,Welf red Slehtentrix of San
Francisco" was oh the -cards for the
first night's V entries,' but had .-not
reached-Pittsbufg in time to start ; The
rink management assured the crowd
that' the: fast; San -Francisco boys had
teft home? last and should
be- here . for tomorrow's races.
.'.-i Eleven-cities in' the
first" night's racing, •'_, which ,was at one
mile. 'Frank s ßacon of McKeesport, Pa.;
took the first heat, Charles Williams *of
Boston -the >&scond and Stanley Holden
ofiLiynn. ?Mass.; the third. Time, 13:02,
2:59, w 3:01 2-5. - ;':
Century Stake Nominees
For the Century,' the: fall stake of the
Coney . lsland : jockey, club, that . had its
closing- January 2,-44. entries were re
ceived. The" Century ; has a \u25a0 guaranteed
value of J20.000 and' is a -mile and a
half,; for' .-.three yeari olds and upward
at weight ; for i age. .The horses nomi
nated/are: .^ \u25a0 , ;',
> ; Elllsdale,; Fountalnblne, Accountant. W. H.
Daniel. W.H.: Carey. .Rifleman. Blue Book.
Lawrence 'P. • Daley.- ,: Running .Water. Cbaste
flway.ivJlm . Gaffney. "-Dorante."' Lane Allen.
Alfred Noble. Montgomery, . Uncle, Meelick, Sal
vlder*,"- - Hessian.'".- 8a110t. .. ' Superman, Manq\ii»,
Colin; -.i Celt,> Sir Hcon. • ' Arcita. King Jame«i,
Frank Gill, t Cohort. ? Ben Fleet. - Nealon. - Charles
Edward. 'Bedouin,.;. Vails. '.Fort Johnsou. Home
Again.'/ Father Koffee, -Royal: Tourist, Timber.
Stamina,' Bar \u25a0- None, ; Firestone.,' Falcada, - ».eau
coup.' -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_'.. '."-''
Plan Athletic Carnival I
- Jan. - 14.^— Mayor Fran
cis ; Ferrier ?jand \u25a0 President -\u25a0 G:i B. -. Och'il
treeVof ..the chamber 1 of . commerce \ will
hold ;* a -'conference i tomorrow. "at > which
the* plans 'for ] an i athletic contest toi en
.tertain ;the i- jackies ... of - the \-- big fleet
when : it arrives"; in -March will be per
fected: " I The '• auaetic : : : carnival is
planned to beheld on California field."
r FOEMER CONSUL STJES^-Xew York, * Jan. 14.'
Edwin : S. -\u25a0 Wallace. "former consul ; of the United
States: at Jerusalem. 1 has: begun "suit against D.-
Appleton I& i CO.T-' publishers ! of Apple ton's i Maga
zine, for ; $50,000 \u25a0 damages , for . an \u25a0 a Uesred libel.
.Wallace . alleges that in an article : on Jerusalem
which, appeared 'in 'the magazine he was libeled.
The Call's Best Bets Are
/Winning Consistently
THE CALL'S beat bets have cer
tainly been making: koo«I, de
spite the treacherous groins at
Emeryville. Here Is the record
for the last few days*
YESTERDAY
3H»_ Officious. 8 to s— Won
Grace G « to 6— Won
MONDAY
Ramns .Even money— "Won
Ilubia Granda. ...... .5 to s— 'Won
SATURDAY
Rapid Water 6 to s— Won
Dorado 1 to 2 — Won
FRIDAY
Blanche C... ..5 to 2 — Won
Taunt Unplaced
Six Pairs of Boxers
\WiU Don Milts
OAKLAND. Jan. , 14.— The monthly
boxing contests of the Reliance ath
letic club will be brought off Friday
night In the club gymnasium at Oak
land avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
Three six and three four round con
tests will make up the list of events.
Fred Cooley will meet Joe Willis, and
Fred "Ward will clash with Maurice
Thoznspon of Butte.
Thompson has two wins over Toung
Ketchel to his credit, and is looked upon
as one of the foremost lightweights
in the country-
Dale Gardner and Chape Fltes will
meet In the first of the six round con
tests, on a winner to take all basis.
Each has posted a $100 side bet, so
they are likely to give the spectators a
good contest. Three four round pre
liminaries will open the exhibition.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
, Elizabeth Ortrend to TViniana E. Decalson.
lot In E line of Broderlck street, 110 X of Wal
ler, N 27:8 by E 112:0; $10.
Annie M. Began to Barry T. SulllTan, lot at
SW corner of D&ris and WashUKton street a,
S 91:8 by W 120; also lot In W line et Darta
•treet. 137:6 8 of Washington, S 45:10 by W
120; also lot on W line of Fill more street, 103
N of Sutter, N 50 by W 100; |10.
Harry F. SullWan and wife to Baldo A. Irtn
coTich, same; 910.
John H. Speck and wife to Michael J. Kelly,
lot In XE line of Fifth street, 20 XW of Qan,
SW 39 by XE SO; *10.
T. B. Potter realty company to J. Albert
Carlson, lot 7 block 34. Rels tract; grant.
Tobias Bocb and wife to Charles H. Hock,
lot In X line of Turk street, 103:9 E of Web
ster. E 28:6 by Jf 120; $10.
Lewis F. Curtis and wife to Ets E. FUher,
lot 18. block 10, Syndicate first addition: flu.
T. B. Potter realty company to William
London and wife, lot 32, block 37. Bels tract;
grant.
Clara Krneckel to Miriam McAdam, lot at XE
corner of Twenty-fifth and Vlcksburg streets. E
50 by X 114: $10. *
' Alex McAdam < to Miriam McAdam, same; gift.
Sarah A. Jackson to 11. A. Grace et _L. three
eighths of lot at XE corner of Sutter and Tay
lor streets, E 20:7% by X 91:9; $10.
Andrew Jackson to Sarah A. Jackson et al..
all Interest in same; rift.
John Hayden to Albert Detmayer and wife,
lot In E line of Alabama street, 100:10 8 uf
Precita arenae, S 33:4, E 197, XW 33:4 more
or less, W 154:9; $10.
A. C. Tibbetts to Hannah E. Tlbbetts, lot In
W line of Moultrle street, 123 X of Old Hlckorj.
X 25 by W 70; also lot In E line of Ford street.
150 X of Sherman, X 50 by E 100; $10.
Roundy realty company to Millie A. Read. lot
at W corner of Goettlngen and Woolsey streets,
XW 50 by SW 95: $10.
Same to Catherine A. Ronndey, lot at E corner
of Goettlngen and Ward streets, XE 120 by SE
100; $10.
Frederick Uebner to Bruno J. Behnlsch, lot
10. block Z, Park Lane tract S; $10.
William A. Irrlne to Henry Stern, lot com
mencing at & point 260 X of Twenty-second
street and 110 W of Douglass. W 15 by S
50: $10.
M. J. Parker to Mary L. Murphy, lot in E
line of Twenty-second arenue, 200 S of M
street. S 100 by E J2O; $10.
Joseph Sladek to John Honold and wife, lot
in X line of Perthshire street, 200 E of Croton
avenue, E 50, X 121:7. W 50, S 122:4; $10.
Potrero realty company to George W. Craig,
lot In W line of . De Haro street, 318 S of
Twentieth, S 25 by W 10<J; grant.
Thomas W. Rivers et al. to Wtlliam H. Orcntt.
lot 12. block 6. subdivision 1. Castro street ad
dition; $10.
Era R. Brydsefc to A. Ferrero, lot In E Un*»
of Twenty -second avenue. 300 S of R street, 3
23 by E 120; $10.
Fred M. Masmer and wife to Louis Xleto et
al., lot In W line of Church street, 126 3 uf
Armr. S 26 by W 80; $10.
Roundy - realty company to Joseph J. Magulre
and wife, lot at W corner of College avenue and
Woolsey street. XW 100 by SW 120; $10.
T. B. Potter realty company to John H. Smith,
lots 23 and 29. block 38, Reis tract; grant.
Thomas H. Burton to Ellen Burton, lot In SB
line of Chenery street, IS3 XE of Miguel. XE 23
by SE 100; $1.
Rose Crouch to Peter F. Ferrari et al.. lot in
W line of Guerrero street. 203:6 S of Sixteenth.
S 38. W 105. S 33:6. W 49:10 more or less.
X 132:4 K. E 42:8. X 60:2%. E 99; $10.
Delos O. Druffel and wife to James H. Kelly,
lot at SW corner of . Clay and Hyde streets, W
60 by S 71:3; $10.
James H. Kelly and wife to First Colored Bap
tist church, same; $10.
Joseph C. Miller and wife to Frank Weerw.
lot in X line of L street. »2:6 W of Forty- "\u25a0
serenth avenue. W 25 by X 100: $10.
Jacob WeUsbe in and wife to Eva R. BrydsM.
lo t in E line of Twenty-second avenue, 300 3
of R street. S 25 by E 120; $10.
William L. Holman to Mary A. Holxnaa. lot
tn W line of Forty-eUhth avenue, 87:6 S of X
street. S 25 by W 120; $10.
Same to same, lot at SE corner of Fartr-elghth
avenue and X street. E 82:« by S 100: $10.
• Same to same, lot in E line of Forty-ninth
avenue, 62:6 S of X street, S 50 by E 120; $10.
'..' John Ford to Joseph H. Ford, lot in E lioe
of San Carlos avenue. ISS S of Eighteenth street.
S 25 by E 80; $10.
Alexander Berge to. Elizabeth Berge. lot in E
line of Guerrero street. 100:9 S of Twenty
fourth, S 32:6 by E 110: gift.
Solomon Gets and wife to Ellen Lawrence,
lot in S line of X street. -57:6 W of Eleventh
avenue, W 25 by S 100: $10. \u25a0 \u25a0
Ellen Lawrence to Edwin . Lawrence. . same;
gvft.';- - . \u25a0 • .
* Same to same, lot in E line of FUlmore
street. - 90 - X of Golden Gate ' avenue, ' X 30. - J5
100. S 20. W3O. S 15. W 70; gift.
Same to same, lot tn E line of. Eighth avenue.
200 X of J street, X 25 by E 120; gift.
Same to same, lot In X line of X street. 107:8
W of Eleventh avenue, W 23 by X 100; gift.
- Same to same, lot at SW corner of Tenth
avenue and, l street, ,W 32:8 by S 100: gift. .
'Same to tame, lot tn E line of Ninth avenue,
175 S of H street, S 25 by E 120; gift.
' George M. Perlne and wife to city and county
of ' San Francisco, lot in S line of Washington
street. 70 E• of Kearny, E 47:6 by 34 :S;
$22,000. : . .•--..
Building: Contracts
Francisco DibeUo ,-with M. J. Olmstesd— All
work for a three story frame buildinz In W line
of ; Lafayette place. - 64 :6 Xof Green street, X
23. W 60. S 17, E 2S. S 6. E 32: $4,500.
MISS OFFICIOUS .2-1 Won
HAND ME DOWN . 5-1 Won
HITHER SCOTT. 2-1 Wqf
GRACE G . .. . 1-2 Won
And again I put four more ffoed
\u25a0 ones over the . plate for my follow-
ers. 1 .. gness this Is bring! nx the
Terms, »2 Daily— 9s Three Day*.
JOHN j, WARD
ROOM ; 10, 83« MARKET STREET.
Oakland Agencyi :
Cigar Stand. 1007 Broadway.
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