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The Call's Page of Sports
SWIM MING EVENTS
IN OLYMPIC TANK
Large Entry Li^t Is Received
for First Event of Season
This Evening
An attractive program of swimming
races and diving exhibitions has been
arranged for this evening at the Olym
pic club. The event marks the lirst of
the series of swimming races the ath
letic committee proposes to pull off dur
ing the coming year.
Tftere are live events on the card and.
pome exciting sport is looked for. The
club's best swimmers are entered in the
various contests and . tonight's races
will give a good line on the respective
merits of the numerous contestants.
The sport will begin at s o'clock. The
various events with the entries follow:
33 yards, scratch— W. R. McWood,' O. L. Bond.
O. J. Dawsca, J. T. Besleur<». Otto ScUulti. \V.
M. Cooper. Chart's Stbuitx. C. J. Stafford, R. 11.
Ilarjes. H. Ilclns. A. Heinz. W". Poncray.
100 vardß. scratch— W. It. McWood, G. L.
Kocd. G. J. Dawsou. J. X Rwlcuro, W. M.
Cooper, C. J. Stafford. J. M. Barrr, It. H.
Harjt*. H. Heinz. W. Potncrov.
440 yards, eerau-h — W. K. McWood. G. L.
Jsond, J. T. Resleure. W. M. Cooper, C. J. Staf
ford. A. Hoim. TV. Poraeroy.
DlTJng. scratch— Claud Uttlepatre. C. I*. Bond,
EL J. Pawson, W. Pomeror. J. Barry.
lUlny'raeo. five men, S3 yards parti — (r> Wil
liam Cooper, George L. Bond, Charles J. Schultz,
A. Heinz, IL W. Meyer; (2) W. R. McWood, T.
A. Resieuie. 11. Heinz. J. M. Barry, A. i?.
Mjirco; <3> H. J. Dawson, Otto Schultz, C. J.
Matford, R. H. Harjes. W. Ponjero.v.
oificial»— Refcrer. F. J. Cherry: starter, J.
S«.tt Lcary; t-lerk of course. Sldut?? St. b.
Caviu; assistants, C. V. Cioush and A\. A. Mc
• iulr^: judpes, C. A. Fay. JoM'ph R. Ilickey and
HarclJ rit<Ji; limrrs. P. 111! B. I'ay. F. G. O'Kanc
and J«bu A. Hammersmith: scorer. J. CL Stew
art: liandicappers. J. Scott I>"ar.v. Sidney St. L.
CjiTill and L. C Stewart; Judge of diving, John
A. Hnnimersmilb. V .,. V \u25a0 --.-
YACHT CLUB NOMINATIONS
The nominating- committee of the
California yacht club has announced
the following: lists of candidates: For
commodore. K. .S. Broadwater of the
sloop Tigrress: vice commodore, Fred
V. da Brutz of the sloop Maryland B.;
treasurer. Dr. Donald M. Mcßae: sec
retary. Joseph B. Smith; port captain,
Algernon G. Byxbee: directors at large.
George M. BhawJ D. J. Keane, Lvland I.
Gale; regatta committee. August R. P.
Brandee. Dr. D. M. Mcßae, Fred G.
Booth; measurer. Leland I. Gale.
HOLMES TO MANAGE TOLEDO
' TOLEDO, 0., Jan. C.~ "William
("Ducky") Holmes today wired his ac
ceptance as manager of the Toledo team
in the American association.
Haron Long, the popular fight pro
moter who managed the Jeffries olub
fa Lo? AnpeU'.«. is now in business in
this city. Lung-tomes from thf; east,
but he says he linds this city to his
liking ami intends to remain here.
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
<To nllow nomt»fTg_for_Ju«rez chart fU nnmbera will be daily.)
~~6T g^7jn^^cirb^r7e7'ngured in The Call Handicap is Indicated In black faced type. •
OAKJ^XD, Tiiursday. Jan. fi. 1910.— Tbirt.r-fonrtli day! U'eathcr clear. Track good.
i:. •'. Hoppor. \u25a0pr^i'ilnn judge. Kirliard D\ry--r. starter. ;__ '__ :
ert"j"o~til{ST IlACi:— Five and a half furlo .gs; selling; 3 year olds; value to first ?200.
\u25a0 J..' . x.i Horse and owner. iWtjSt. V t hs * Fin. | Jockey- i <>P- C»-
M 47 Oalopt). .A. J. Jsc-V M n» ;lO.^ 1 . . . " 4,1» 2 S n 3 2?il 1 (Huiton ..... 4 4
,-,« i% ImELODIA B iB. S-hreil^rt.. HKJ, !» •:'.-. 10 B£. 22 h h Martin... •. 4
-771 \u25a0; Beds <1.0r..> Hine stable) .;•. .'..l*s 2 ... 1 5 i'ji/S'.^ 5 ? 'S^, ur ? ••"• r -
r.730 Vondtl <U. E. Bowelh 102 7 ... 3>, 4 a 5 « 8 n Parker ......_ 8 1
3753 JHnbc Ne<"lr (C. A. Le Searc) . . 103 5 ... 3 n 51441, 91 Gross « 10
r.747 *(2)WTCKET iW. E. Cotton) ... 109 4 ... S n «n 10 10 Cotton ...... o 4
Time— :24 1-5. :S». l:0Sl-0. At poft U minute. Off at 1:45^. Calopu?. S-5 place, 4-5 show; '
EloCia 8-.-» place. 7-K' f=lKm: Be<Ja. r.-2 snow. Winner b. g. by Canopus-Calora. rrained -
!<v V'j Jaokson Scratched — 5700 La Petite. 5747 Metropolitan. Start good, won drlv
ir?*'Nfxt tr.o fame. High price— Calopus 9-2. TI Molino .8, Dixie DUon 8. Calopus,
tPHfooted early, lock the lead in the str ten and lasted It oat well. Elodia B, as usual
v<>rv 6low to 'get- in motion and outrnn ail the way. closed like a whirlwind in final sU
f-ciitb Beda ran her race. El Mollno brokf from U*t place, but quickly ran up toward
the front md th.»n wfakonnd badly final furlong. Others n*Ter in it.
*?ftTi SL'COmTk ACE— Six~farlongs ; selling ; 4 year olds and upward ; value « to first $200."'
1....-X.I Uorsg aud Owner. jWtiSt. M l rt T t Str. FinT~| Jockey. \ Op. CI.
.v«j» |U)Kt;RKX. .'. (W. C. Scott). Ill) 2 ... 5 5 2«43 2 1 % !E. Martin... ~ 2 7-5
• ."04 '(I)GALTANIC. a <C. M. Pdk> 111 1 ... 1 -Ml 3 1'1%2 ns A.; Walsh b 3
r.7«0 !(2)T1T7;6 11, h Hi. P. McNeil || 107 7» ... 2% 2 »i ! 2 n SHilShale' <> 8
'r.735 'Argonaut. 4 .Caiiill & M.>... JO7. 3 ... 4nMi 3 1 4 n jE. Uugan o 8 -
r.T4S :Pacln<», » (Moropoulw) 1111 H» ... 10 10 8 1%52 5 % Denny 10 13
.-.7.-.1 Wan. 4 «W. W. At-bet 107 0 ... G\u25a0%6%«! M« 2 Otton ...... 10 10
7.748 ißetnay. 6 tW. I>. Mlllardk j]0!» 4 ... 71« i 7 l.i" '<. 7 4 Keogh 4 7
."707 (Friar of EWt. 5 Ulmpson). .1111 S ... » 2 !» '4 9 4 S 10 [Otis... CO -: 40
7*UB iHerives. 5 (Snoford Jt C0.»...|109 «»..- •'* h 3 2^4 n »'A iKederls - 5 ,s, s '
r.77t; Hector, a (.Vine j-table) Jllli 7 ... *> l'lO 1010 SlO 4 IGrCws -. lo 10
4017 I Who. 4 <J. Bailey) i1071.1l .:. 11 11 11 11 jC. Williams. 30 B0 \u25a0
'iim« — :24 3-.". :4N 3-0, 1 :14 4-5. At i>ost 104 uilnutef. Off at 2:20. Kerry, 3-5 place t 1-3 .
vjifw; Galvanic. 2 place. 4-5 show: Titus. 3-2 show. Winner eh. g. by Arkle-Klllarnej. y
Trained by W C. Scott. Scratched — "5730 \u25a0 Father Downey. Start good.' Won drivlujr. Next
tw.. sbbk'. Hipb price— Kerry 5-2, Galvanic 8. Tltns'lo. IJcmay 8. . Kerry, came from
I* t«hind and otitcamed Galvanic from the paddock home. Galvanic had the speed and hung
011 well. Tiiut- ran a game -race. Argouaut improving. Paclfico made a good stretch
iuii. Htjvps shmrnl H>eed for nve furlongs. Hector- never in It' at <any* stage.
CQIC TjiTiTlJ KACE — One mile and 2u rarus; wiling; 4 \u25a0 year olds and upward; value
OO I O 1,, tim ?250. . ; -' . - \u25a0-*\u25a0 '.*.\u25a0•
\u25a0•. .-x.i Horse and Owner. jWt-St. »j x h "V Str. Fin. | Jockey. I Op. Cl.
-.774 M2)JIM OArnfEY, 3 <Uarl«Djill2i 33 1 Sb 11 12 12 |Cobnr n f 6-Z 1
7.74'J ißi^hop W. 4 (Beckwlth «tableJ)lo2| 4 4 « 4 4 3«i 3 1>42 6 fGlass ....... 3 _ 3
"Tns ;(3)FOLLIE L. 7. (Fountain >... 107! 5 5S 5 3 5 3n (Gross ....... , - :'• 5
7.722 !(I)KEEP MOVIJTO, « <Bedwl)ll0'j! 2 I ! .j 13 b 2 2 2 U 4 -2£ Shilling 6 10'
7.777. 'Cymbal. 7. <W. U. Applegate). 103J 1 2 I'.i2 1 4 I>j* 15 |A. Walsh.... 7> S
7.054 iEUU Ririiardi^m. a < Morgan). |lo4; ft 6 Polled up jMeripol .... 60 UK)
'Jimc — :24 2-5. :4» 3-5, 1 :1-.. 1:41 1-5. 1:42 2-5. At post 1 minute. Off'at 2:35. Gaffncy. 2-5
plai-o. Jtmt show; Binbop. 4-5 place, 1-3 show; Follle, 1-2 show." . Winner ' b. h. by GoMt-n .
«;»rt«»r-M!ss Maxim.- Tratned by W. Covlngton. Start good.' Won easily. .*' Second same.
N 'I'hJrd drivltip. Hiph price — Jim Gaffney 7-5, Bishop 4- Jim Gaffney, outrun early by Keep
Moving aud Cymbal, pickfnl tbem up at three furlong pole, toojt the lead turning for home
and «-aslly bcid Bishop W safe at the <>nd. Bishop W ran {bis race. \u25a0. Follle ,: L out- •:
yarned K'-ep Moving right 'at the end. Keep Moving showed good speed,. but stopj>ed.as If
in need of thin ra.-e. Cymbal faded away !•» trtal quarter., \u25a0 \u25a0 - ' "' .\u25a0' ' - .
C flM|~e FOI'RTH RACE— Five furlongs; the Menlo Park hmidfcap; 3 year olds and upward; - '
. OO IP valoo to fir^t f327>. ____^ • . .- \u25a0- •\u25a0--"• .",'-\u25a0 \u25a0
iuuet-l Horso and Owner. IWtjSt." *,j \u25a0 \<i % Str. fin. | Jockey. | Op. Cl. -
.:,71UI|(l)PKEJUICI0. <; <S. Moore).! llOi 4 ... 3 2 2 2'^J. 14 1 2»4|Mentry ..... 7-5 12-3
7.719 j(2)KADMAN. 4 MI. BcdwelD.'lfx; 5 ... 1 I>Al H2 2 2 2Vi Shilling .... 3 8 -
7.7 M |(3)BUfOCULAE, 3 Uackson). 89 3 ... 4 1 4 3 4 2^3 3 Kederls ..... 9-5 3-2
Ti7so Ispoun. 5 (W. T. Anderson).. 103 1 .. « 3 « 5.52-41. Vosper...' 5 1S»5"
7»4«4 il>el Crutador, 4 (Baldwin) i»7 6 ... 7. 2 3 3 3*l»is« Jarrett ..... 10 30.
5750 Rapid Water, a (Hildrftb). .. 851 2 ... V v Bij « 8,.«6. Anderson ... 20 30
4167 jßosamo. 4 <J.M. Crane).. 1 »5t 7 .... 7 7 *7 .- 7 |C. ' Williams. \u25a0\u25a0 -15 -. 00 "
'Him- — :23 2-5. :48. 1:00 1-5.' At post 1 minute. Off at 3:03'^." Prejuiclo, 7-10 place,-, 1-3
Kbow; Madman.. 2 place. 1 6how; Binocular, out show. Winner- br. h. by Galveston
f'rejodice. Trained by U. E. Moore. Stan good. Won" easily. . Next two same. High
price — Binocular 2, Sjk*b «- » Prejuicio picked Madman up after reaching the stretch and V'
ran away from him In final sixteeuth. Madmau showed a nice turn of speed and was'
next -be*t.' Binocular dropt>ed--l>ack ncarlng three furlung pole, but made up ground again
In the stretch. Spohn outrun all tb« way. Del Croxador not ready. Rapid Water
. nhftwod some early si>ec<l. Bosamo big an 1 iiigh • and needs \u25a0 racing. \u25a0 • :
CIH "7, FIFTH UACE-rOne mile and 70 yard s ; selliug; 4 year olds and upward ; value* to
001 I nm $200. - .'- -. -. • - , . . \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0 : \u0084-\u25a0\u25a0; ... ...-.-.„/
jit i-> \u25a0 Hm-m- and Owner. iWtiSt. hi - H % Str. Fin. | Jockey. \u25a0 | Op. - CI.
7.751 t(2)EOY JUiaOR, 4 < Stockton) j 106 1 1 21,1 1 12 1 2^l 2 (Shilling .... 4 - 9-2 "
7.777. j(I)ME. BISHOP. 4 (McManus) KM 2 2 " % 2 1\(,2 3 2 2 2 h IA. \u25a0\u25a0 \Va%li. .-.'. S-3 11-5
.VK>7 (3)J. C. CLEM, a <M. Ucls).. 104 7. 4 n 3 », 3 V, 3 IU3 2 IKiMerls :.. Jf . 3 «
r.739 Aks-Ar-Ben. 4 (Rogers).;...". 107 10 10 410 3 ft % 5 2V>4 4 Cotton ...:. • C ,1
577,1 Aftermath. C (Uagrane) ;;...-.. 10U G 5 1%4 h 4 3^4 1 5 5 Voxpvr ..... 3- 18-5"
7.7C1 .Silver Line, C <J. Schrelbra) . . 107 3 7 I>*S l^CU'aC 2 « 3 E. i'artin... ' 7 ' s
7.753 Lady Kitty. « (J. I). Bruwn).ilU7 8, 8 n » 2H-« n Hl4 7li Caliban 20 40
7.7fi3 St. "Albans. 6 P. McNeil). 104 9 ft 5 7 »i 7 % 7 n . S 2% Jahnsen .*.'. . 10 . lir, \u25a0
7.727 iLazrll. «.(C. Lawlcrs). ..:.... 10!> Tl II ll*- II 108.910 Keogh \u25a0-.. *20 " 4O
7.72S iCucrnavac*, \u25a05 i Keating*. ..... 10& 4\u25a0« % 5 2^5 2 1) <J 10.10 Gross ..... -20 '"i
7.777, SWiw Child. 7. »U f^ Oxpp). 109 5 3 n 6 n lO.J 11~.1l -l.Mentry ..... 40; -Hp *
'1 i bm- — :24 2-7., :<S 4-5, 1 : 1 5 1-5, 1 :42 1-5. . I :4<s . 3-7>. At post IVi minutes. - Off .at i . 3:2U>£.
Junior. V 5 place, 7-10 show; Bishop. 4-5 plare, 2-5 show; - Ol«'in.-' 1 show. Wlnner-ch g \u25a0
by Isldor-lsabcl. Tratned l»v W.M. Oain. Scratched— 7.7lCßryoe. Start good.. Won -'rid- : -
<l«n out. Second driving. " Third easily. lUch price— R-oy Juulor-s, "Aks-Ar-Ben^lO After- .
maUl 4, Silver I.lne 10. Koy Junior took the lead- early '.and was never headed, winning
in clever fashion. -- Mr. Bishop ran his race. J. C. Clem ran a'sood race, closln" well \u25a0
Aks-Ar-Ben c-lowhlv. strmtly. ' Aftermath qul \ Others uerer- In it. •< ..v". .'-.v- - ; '•
CjOTQ KIXTII UACE— Six furlongs; noting; 4 year olds and upwanl; value to first $200. »
Horse and Qwufy.- IWtiSt. V« - Mi S4 Str.' Fin. | - Jockey, v | Op.'Cl.*.
«7.7«li!Slnk Spring. C<U W. Sears).. 11l 7 "71 73-_4*2' 4->4 1 1 Vosper' •...;. I -10 IS '
«7»764) (2)GOS6IPEE 11, a (Merckel) 109 3 ... 4 2 3;h 3 J 2 1 Mentrv * \u25a0' Z. 4'
7»740 UIiCHAKTILLy, a (El Palotnj 114 2 ... _2 2 2 I^2 3 n E.»l>ugan.. '0-S 13^10
r.715' Tooy Dmt-t., C. (Bedwfll):..:. 10»; 1 ... 7. b « 14 5Vi 4 Ijr Shilling ...!i.',. JO"'
274* iUttle Bnttercnp. a 4 .;. •". aj-s'h. *3 'i IS 2»i Gross ...;... 7. ''4 :
i«7.7B»)if3)JILLETT, a /Hogan &. B-) 112 3,..-. Ili 1V 3 1« « n.. Rooney ". I X 10*^
7.7«» jßurning Busb. 6 .till «i - ".. . «fh '7,2^7 2^7i2;i|E., SulUvau.. ."7 .«
3552 jfjolbert. 5 <W. M. Cain»..:..jHl 8 . . . -8'- S S• .. jiiUn ..V....1 15 CSo "V
Vim* — :24~2-5, '\u25a0 :4& 2-5. 1:143-5. At post. 2<i , minute-. . Off at 3 :3ti. . . Spring. 5 plar««. •2 . chow ~.
<;oseiper. ,:j-2 |Jacc, 7-1O fcbprr: Chantllly. out show. - Winner. <lv :• g.": by - Thrive-natrcd' ••
Trained by L>. W.* Sears.- \u25a0\u25a0 Scratched — 5760 Bucolic, ,- 5SOl ' Copperfield.'SSQl .Pickawa.r.^ ; r,im ''-•
Vbor. Start ~t>od. v. Won -driving.. Xcxt two same. High price— Chantllly r 3-2. 'Butter--*
*vp 6. Sink Spring, c-lof Ing; very stoutly.-ran over the, leadfrx" at the finlsi).'- Gosslprr 'no %'\u25a0
' ttf rail and flld not get clear calling till th c : stretch - was - reached. . Chanillly^ hung at the"t
• cad. I'<my Faust rlwwd well, Jlllett ' tire d ; racing with Chantllly. and stopped ' to a•\u25a0 walk.> '
BfcIJATA— In • race 5802 o»*al*«'fi price place 1,-tUow 12. -. •-.-.- \u25a0\u25a0--_+• .^.-.- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0%\u25a0\u25a0 '9*&&ag&\
PREJUICIO SPRINTS TO
VICTORY IN HANDICAP
Top Weighted Speed Burner Eclipses
I Bed well Entry andjßiiipcular
E. W. CLARKE
PREJUICIO, accepting the top . weight' in the Menlo .Park handicap,
showed his real quality as a sprinter yesterday over, a distance supposed
to be too short for him and ow a track /^
Binocular, with his known burst of 'speed and with Kederis on his back
at 89 pounds, got a strong play around 9 to 5, and -Madman, running
for Bcdwell,' opened at "3 and receded to 6 in the betting. Prejuicio was
played at 12 to 5, and his owner and trainer,. S. L. Moore.'had a niccbet down.
Binocular failed in his usual stunt of beating the barrier. Madman got
an early lead and cut out the pace for Prejuicio, but when. they hit the
stretch the big brown romped ahead and made it his own race, winning,
pulled up. by the better part of three lengths from Madman, who was. as far
3 ca Tlie nrs"°race, with a' hard 'bunch of third rate 3 year olds : carded, was
not easy to pick and the prices were short on all that had a chance. Calopus
proved the best of the bunch, got away nicely and^laid^ uphill the. racing
began to come through and won by a length. Elodia B, off at the rear, closed
with a rush that might have won if it had not been belated. She ran over
horses at the end and beat Beda a head for the jjlace.
Galvanic, supported around lives, tried to make a runa\vay race of the
second ipnnt and opened a gap on the turn, but in the drive to the wire
was beaten by Kerry, the favorite. Titus II got the show. _
Jim Gaffney was pfeyed into even money favoritism; lor the mile and -20
yards He won it like a^facehorse after Bedwell'siKeep: Moving: had^scta
nfee pace ' Bedwell's filly tired at the end and chucked.it, permitting Bishop
W and Follie Lto get through <for the place? and. show.-. ' , . ' . ,
The card closed with Sink Spring surprising at 6; furlongs, after having
scorched the wise brigade by.failure. over a longer route. There/ was a hvely
f,l?y on Charley Claris Chantilly, . with Gossiper 1 1_ a, second choice and
Tony Faust receding from 5 to 10. I-aust was. away first and faded. Jillett
took care of the pace to the stretch, with Chantilly close. enough to win,
but Sink Spring came through at the end like a whirlwind and won easily
from Gossiper 11. Chantilly was third. . • , . \u25a0 , -
TRACK GOSSIP
The Larkspur handicap, fourth onto
day's card, gives promise of being one
of the best races ever run at Emery
ville. Five of the «?Ia«"»»est 3-year olds
in America are entered and Ha"di.^P
per Martin Nathanson lias sized them
up to a nicety. The jockeys may have
something- to do with* the ; result. Du
gan will ride Turret. Shilling will be.
aboard Chester Krum, Valsh on Cop
pertown. Kederis on Daddy Glp .ana
Anderson on Lady Elizabeth. ».
J G. Driscoll has sold his four Kavel
tton 2 year olds and returned to Reno.
Andy Blakely bought Ravelston II con
tingently. Babe O'Connor got the hay
<-olt Constanthia, Charles King bought
Ravia and Kain got Ravelstonia. I>«s
coll has booked a. tine bunch of brood
mares to Ravelston, including >eva
I^ee False. Xnn, Hampton Beauty, Aunt
Bird (dam of. Paiaroita), La^ Amiga
(dam of Barney Oldlield), and Wild
Ros*. The latter is a filly by -Boar
Catcher out of Captivate, the dam of
Morton, and is owned by Jockey Kus
sin. ' . \u25a0 . * '*'^->
Billy Porter, the black colt by Sain
out of Can Remember, in .Schreiber s
barn, has' been under the doctor scaro
for two. days. Trainer Casey says the
youngster is out of danger.
TFTO S>VN -T^R^NGISCO ;CALL, FRIDAY, JANUARY .7. 1910;
TRANSBAY SCHOOLS
TO BEGIN TOURNEY
Enter Six Teams in Catholic
League Basket. Ball Series
for Championship '
The Oakland branch of the Catholic
Schools athletic league basket ball
tournament will start Saturdaj', Janu
ary 15. The following Alameda county
schools will compete for the, transbay
basket- ball trophy:-- St. Francis de
Sales, Oakland; St. Joseph's institute.
West" Oakland; Sacred Heart, Xorth
Oakland; St. Elizabeth's, school. Fruli
vale; St. Joseph's- academy, Berkeley;
and St. Anthony's school. East Oak
land.. . .;
£ The oflicial schedule calls . for. two
sanies between each of the contending
schools. The series will extend well
on into' March .; The. games "will be
played at several Oakland courts, in
cluding St. Mary's college gymnasiym.
Several of the games are scheduled for
the newly equipped gymnasium at, St.
Joseph's academy. Berkeley. *"
The school/ winning the, Alameda
county championship in basket, ball will
play a series of -three; championship
games with the school winning the San
Francisco tournament. • These V_ final
games will take place toward the end
of March, and at least one of them will
be played in Oakland. , ..
Thus far the transbay schools . have
the advantage ,in numbers, .Alameda
county. having entered six \u25a0 teams in. the
tournament, while the San Francisco
schools have. put' but three fives in the
race for the cup.'
The Victors, : the 110 pound , basket
ball team of :St. Mary's college, .will
start the. new year Saturday .evening
with a game with the YV.M. C., A. .team
of San Francisco. '.','. The tussle will como
off in the .gymnasium 'of • the Oakland
college. Willlam-Xi'Thorpe, whoman
ages the Oakland ligtitwelghtteanv has
been . ptitting- his g men .through^thelr
paces and feels confident that they; will
be in fine fettle for;the Saturday, game.
The Y. M. C. A. players. enjoy the repu-.
tation. of being one of .the; fastest 110
pound teams in San /Francisco.
\u25a0\u25a0'.•..\u25a0" »" '• .-\u25a0 ' -\u25a0 • . '
Plans are now being, discussed at
St. Mary's '\u25a0 for a thorough oyerhaullrtg
of the gymnasium , classes and ;the 'es
tablishment of a graduated gymnasium
course. \u25a0 ' . ' >'-y* ;" -'\ ;'.>.. \u25a0-\u25a0;'- \u25a0*.; '
-The faculty council at- this week s
meetlng'decided to; give regular credits
for gymnasium work," thus putting^ the
gymnasium classes entirely withln^the
college; curriculum. 1 ;; • v^'. : '•";
Gymnasium 7 work" has also -been de 7
clared . obligatory, for.-all v regular -stu
dents .with - : the -exception, of. those
actively engaged* in ? fleld athletics. ,
Jacksonville Results
JACKaOXVILLE. JanJ o.— Obert was the" star
Jockey at Moncrlcf .park today, > riding ; font
winners.- Ills victory on' Robin- -Grey .was the
surprise of the day. This horse won at. 11* to 1.
Summaries: . - \u25a0 . ' . \u25a0;
; First race, quarter .of : a mile. .. purse— Lady
Stnlwart,' 2 to 1. won; Dell.T 3' to \u25a0 2,- second;
Trait. .10 to 1, third. . Time, :23 2-3. \u25a0 '
. Second race, - six » furlongs,^ selling— Hazlet, 5
to 2. won ; -? Dave Nicholson, '. 13 *\u25a0\u25a0 to 15. ~ second :
Sandpiper, 9: to 5, tthlrd.-; Tlme.^l:l» 3-5. .
• 1 Third race,"* five and : a half furlongs," selling-
Robin -Grey.vll- to "I.- won;;Tol!' 80x.;6 to I,
second : . KarUcourt, s 7 to 2,- third.; Time, 1:07 3-5.
: Fourth • race, six furlongs,;- handicap— Slnfran,"
4 -to- 1. -won: First- Premium. V3- to • i l.isecond; :
Jack - Nunnally. 5. to - l.v'third.XTlme.^ias 3-5.
Fifth race,'- one ; mile. \ selling — Castlewood,-il3
to . 5, won ; r 1 High Range. ; even,".- second ; \u25a0* Jack
Baker. . 16 .' to . 1, : third.' R:. Time, - 1 :41 3-3. - " ..
Sixth race," one ' and an , eighth miles.': selling—
Otllo. 3 to-2, won: Oberon,"s to 2,; second;
Elfall, 4 to 1, third.'* ••Time;* 1:55. .-
Tampa Results
•-\u25a0 TAMPA. .. Jan. 6.— Three - favorites and ; two
bearlly • played." second ; choices .Tron today; ~ Tlie
upaet : of -the day : was. In : the, 2; year; old; race.'
when V Barney Schrelber's \u25a0' Louloe - 8,-', lnstaHed
favorite' at oddnon/ -.. wa» beaten \u25a0 by ' Nichols' • Lady
LewU.- .-Summary: j" V-»~:^:T<; '':'.'• ••-•'-\u25a0"; • .... ".
- Flrat ' \u25a0\u25a0 race," > three *\ furlongs,' ." straightaway — \u25a0
I>ady Lewla,'. 9 : to 2,i won;- Louise -8,'4 to 0," sec
ond ; • Petit,; fl i to r I,"* third. ;^ Time, j :35 3-5. - - . ?i
'- Second ' race,; six : furlongs— E. ; T. Snipp.ft 's to
5,*- won; Warner • Grinwell,-?'.; 20 ' ' to :,1. > second;
Autumn » Girl, v 3 % to ? 1; -. third." : 1 :19. T >;
• TlUrdirace. Jflvesand \u25a0 a =half + f urlongs-^Robcrt
PoTvell.'S' to-5,' H won; ; Alviso;:, S \u25a0 to \ 1,. second;
Sally;Ssvase.Vl2 toU, : third: uTlme, 1:13. r v..
Fourth race, five furlonjrs^-rDarr.MS to sr*wbn;
McAndrew*. '• 7 : - to :. I.V necond ; i Grace '\u25a0 Kimball ,
,7 . to 2, third. I.' Time. •\u25a0 1 :06 3-3. ,v r , i . -\u25a0-v •;
• : Fifth -j race, .: ovn a furlongs— Bonnie i Bee, ',; 0> to
2 ' »on ii Fundamental,"- 8 ; to * s,'* second ; j Lucullus,
6 to .1. third. 'T1me,^.1:06X..~~ .: w ,;, v.
Sixth ' race.v sevens furlongs— Stromeland.'"-jl3
to 5. - won ; - Morpeth.-r* 13 ?to 1.? second; i* King's
Guinea,' 20 ; to - 1 . . • third. ' Time, j 1 :33 4-5.^7 -\u0084 J
-• "A", singles', tournament will jbe. next: on
the \u25a0 program: at* the jPresidio. -^ThisLwlll
be ia. ; handicap^ tournainent;* 4 and k it *,ls
expected^* t hat willy be> quite^a
number '»• of*' entries Jvfrom"^. 'the? officers
3 1 , • the 'Presidio ?• arid;? the si surroundiri'sr'
pofcts; •• ,Tho courts 'at \th'ol Presidio; have
been placed;^ in^thorougrh|?repair, i "-|and
they, arc, the; equal; of ; an y| in' the Estate.*
-\u25a0\u25a0\u0084 • : *?v ; ; '\u25a0-'"'•it ••• V '~\'-.x ./ ;:^ r *"• T- —vi' y*-t
FRUITVALE FIVE
LEADS LEAGUE
•\u25a0 - '.\u25a0/•.: '*%"; •-•;:"\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•*-\u25a0" "•\u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0 -}\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0-
Oakland Church Organization
Conducts Successful Basket
.. Ball Tournament .
The Oakland Church athletic league J
has .for the . last six. weeks .been'con
ducting- a basket ball tournament that \i
has .been very successful in every par- j
ticular.j. \u25a0 J \u25a0'\u25a0' I
Last year's tournament was fought •
out finally by the' Baracas and the First'
Congregational 7 cadet corps, the former
carrying. off the honors,; but so - far, this
season" thejeontest has been even closer,',;
for five teams "have won all their .
games. - ' 1. . j
•The; Baracas miss, the - services | of
their "former. -center, ; Hayden, . who is
playing;. that position for. : the : Loyal g
Sons. V ; The team* has been defeated by
the;Cehtury athletic club once.this sea- -
son and ] a return game will ;be ' played "
tonight at the- Home 'club gymnasium.'
• The ; game between the unlimited
team; Qf .the Elrst "Congregational ca
dets and the Loyal, Sons the -other night- '
at ;.the | cadet armory - was . one of the
best games of the season. The Loyal
j Sons started- off -with a rush- and the
l fiist half; ended 10 to 5 in their favor,
but In ;the second half, the cadets ;
struck ; ; their, pace , and Forward : Al I Sil - I
yernall/: arid -Center • Thomas ran up jIS
points • th 1 c I last 10 \ minutes of play,"
The; game ended with a 'score of 25: to ,
IT** in . favor; of | the : boys in; blue, .
the guard of the Loyal Sons, played the
star gamesfor his five, as he. did not
allow : his" man .to \u25a0 throw a goal: B j |
The teams lined up as follows: !
' Loyal. Sons.' •• . Position. \u25a0 -•• Cadots. !
C1iT1and.... ........F0rward...... ..Cbasc .
Wright. . . . .;\u25a0. . .-. . .'Forward- ......... .Sllvcrnall 1
Hayden (Capt.) . . . : Center -. ..Thomas ;'»'
Gray. . . . .-. ........ .Guard .Allen
Greeley. ... ......:. Guard ..Lawton;
The game .between the lightweight I
Cadets and the Spartans wast v runa- i'
way for the' former, the "score being!
12,. to "1 in - the" first half and 32 to
6 at the finish. The lineup, follows:
• Cadets. "'\u25a0 rosltlon. Spartans.
Horta, Cbasc . . .Forward . :. . . ......:.... Hill
E1vidge .......... . .Forward Widdell
Ta1c0tt.."... .". i",.. Center ..;.. : . . .Mlllborn 1
Anderson, iHoun: . ..Guard .. .............. .'.Colo
Teddy. ...... . . . ; . . Guard ". .'. . .". 8r0wn
Tuesday j night/ the ' ; lightweight Ca
dets- scored, another victory, this time
defeating the Filii Regis 28 to S, the |
latter team lining up as follows: J.
Abbott arid- Pape. forwards;. K. Abbott,
center; Hicks arid Fields, guards.' .
The Fruitvale 'Presbyterian; live se
cured a -'firm hold- on Mirst position in j
the . unlimited - class* by. defeating] the
Spartans 25 to 20. The teams lined up
as. follows: aa^>:'.'- -,;
' Fruitvale. Position; Spartans.
Tuttle... Forward ; .. . I'.uchholz
Griswold.V;'. . v *.'.'.. Forward ;> Burns
Grpy .Center . -.' .<ianarinl
Kinaril. Guard . .:.".. . . . .. .Woland
Brown. Guard .......... ..Moore, .Fern r
. California college played the -First,
Methodist ' No. 2 the same evening, win-:
ning easily by a score of 3G to f*. Gull
f ford and . Fox were the stars. \u25a0 The '
I teams lined up a?. follows: :
: -CsliforDla Colle^e.PJOKition. First M. K. Xo. -.
Gullford . : Forward Woulscy
F0x. .. .. ....... ...'.Forward .; . . :.'..'. . . ..ILawsnn
tJe0r^e:. . ..... . .-. . .Center ..* .....".-. Feroh j
fimp50n. .... ... . . . .Gaard .'. . " ... . ... : Pmnnius <
Ogden. Guard - .".....".. lichuUiug
tteferee." Duncan :'umj;>lrc, Street. : I
The following ;games will bo played
• Saturday night: : First Presbyterian vs.
Plymouth,*'' First ' Methodist Episcopal
Xo. . 1 ,vs. Cadets, and | California college
lightweights vs. Spartan^.;- '. '
l The following table gives the stand
ing: 6f the teams: . .
' . "' : UNLIMITED -CLASS
. • Won. Lost. IVt.
Fruitvale Presbyterian...;... 4 0 ' lOixn
First- Congregational ' Cadets. -S. 0 \u25a0 loort
Kllll Regis No. 1..... ..,.v. .3 0 . 10iV)
Baracaa .................... 2 0 ,1000
California- C011ege .'..r... -....' 2 0 IWO
Plymouth* .. . ..: " 2 ". >1 . \u25a0 • ?fi*W
First M.JE..XO. 2. .......... 1 - 2 ?Xgl
Spartans 0 \u25a0-. " :5 ... IKK)
I^tyal 50n5.....'.....;.......' (1 : . .1 ODO
Ftlll Resis Xo. 2. ..*....... 0 : :i (V) 0
First Prei«bj-trrlan... J ..~..V. . 0 .'{ - - ofm
First M. E. Xo. 1.. :'..,.... 0 3 (XX)
LIGHTWEIGHTS . /•
• ; * -Won,- Lost. ' Pet.
Cadets .". . 0 . JCH'M)
5partan5 .................... 2 '1. OHO
Baracas: .......;....... 1 I r.iK)
Spartan's Jr. 1 .1 ' . r.OO
Fllli Regis..... 0 ;: . 000
California College. ".\u25a0^iiTXl'l'JVtOjS'^i 3 V'-V CXX)
Juarez Results
-JUAREZ, Jan: 6.— Cold weather kept the
attendance : down ;to. less than 1,000 persons
..today. .The card was ordinary, but. the public
broke" even on the day/ as three favorltos won.
Charlie IlHrgravcs equaled the track record for
six " furlongs when he 'won the 'fourth 'event Iri
1:124-5.". Summary:,. .. . -.-i.v:-
6819. FIRST RACE— Five and a half fur
longs;/selling:' r • - '.
Odds. .. Horse. Weight and Jockpy, Fin.
13-s— Gypsy King. 10S (Kcnncdv) 1
8-I— Knight Deck. 101 '.(.Moudan) ....*. . . . ?. . 2
7-I— Bertmont, 100 - (Burllngame)' Y.- 3
".Time,". ,1:07. Caesar " Augustus. , Golden, ".- Fire
ball.' Percy Taylor. ' Arch. Oldham." also ran. - . .
\u25a0 . 5820. SECOND RACE— Five and \u25a0a ' half • fur
longs;'" selling: < s \u25a0... -;..r* \u25a0\u25a0, \u25a0\u25a0/
Odds. ; Horse. Weight' and Jockey. .". Fin.
C-l— l^dy Adelaide. 10:? Olondani ........ . . . 1
4-I— Nigger 'Baby,. 101' <McCahey) ........;... '2
8-1-^Hlgb* Strcnt, 107 <Kcnnedy> • . . .V. ... . .-;' :i
. -Time, 1:07 .')•*. 'Hollow,* Comol. Renbcil. Clint
Tucker. Dick Rice. Hunk. Dick Windsor. - Lillian
Kay." Succi»p»l.-'al»o ran. \ \u25a0 > :% ' ''-\u25a0'- . . \u25a0 " •
.6821. THIRD RACE— Three fiirloncs; 2 yenr
olds :.t . <, •— \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0"'. "•:..\u25a0-,-.., ~<. -'\u25a0:- \u25a0:\u25a0-\u25a0:\u25a0
Odds.' Horse," Wt-igUt »Dl Jockey. ' Fin.
'. 3-I;— Sophrony Brown, 1 10S (Uam5py) ........ ]
1-1 — Princess. Industry, 10S (Austin).'. ....;.. 2
12-I— Rue; 108 (Lowe) .......:...........".:'. ".'J
;-'.Time.%:34 2-5. \u25a0 San '. Francisco • .Maid, Cat,
; Ilzie." -Drearuy. lua. 'also run. - - -
- 6822. :, FOURTH RACE— Six furlongs:
Odds.' : Horse, ;: Weight (and -Jockey.,-- . , Fin.
4-1 — Charlie Ilargraves",^ 105- (Crcery) ;'.!,;. . i'
0-2— Rustem, OS (McCahcy) .....*. 2
10-I— Lady Pancnlta., P7> (Ramsey » ;...... '3
-Time, 1:12 4-5. • Socialist,* La Dextra, . J... H.<
Hough ton, also ran. : . . . . . i.v -ir*
•:6883."> FIFTH RACE— Seven furlongs; selling:
Orlds. Horse, Weight 'and Jockey. ..- -Fin.
H-5 — Kiddy Lps,. 110 : (Molesworth) ; . ; . .". .. 1
<>-l— Jlui >Brady," 110 '( Kennedy) ;. . . . .:v.VTrr;'.2
(J-l— Aunt '.Nnucy. 102 \u25a0:< Austin )....\u25a0.:.. .:..".;' 3
' Time.'^ 1:27. ; Interpose.,- Camera.^also ran/;
.6824.1 SIXTH RACE— One ; mile; selling: . V
Odds;-'- Horso," Weight > and Jockey/-- : .-: rm,i n ,
13-s— Mlnnolette, , 102 (McCahey ) . . : ..... 1
V3-I— R:^ Q. Smith. *LOS (Warren) .'.-. ..... ...~, 2
: 3rl— Bnna. 102 -. (Ganier) -' .'.' . - . . . .'.:...-. : .-. . . ?,
-. -. Timn.'j 1 :40 3-3. ." Barlette, ;Black • Hawk." Land-"
\u25a0onl.: Niblick, Captain - Burnett, Maud Sigsbee,
Plume, 1 also ran. , • ..-'\u25a0"-, *\u25a0 ,1
Juarez; Entries
\u25a0; : FIUST RACE— Six" fnrloiißs:
Hidden" Hand, .:.;.113 Myrtle -Dlxon -.:... .10.".
•Slbari?". .•....;.:.;: 11l Gladys 4 Louise . ,~.*.l()r>
; Bet ter.'. Hand ,<: . . ... 110 Hick t. Vestal ; . .*T>.-. .104
"MRrg;arot;-Randolp'h:ioß Gcrrymandwi- .V.V.*.:10l
Ina Gray/-;-. .*. .'.'. . . . 10S »Be », Brief . . :\ . :.T.:"M
Bill >: Bramble -. .Tr.MUTJ'Bright Skies' ..."... ' O7
• .SSCO.\n ; IMCE— Six furlongs:--*"- \u25a0 ' •
Billy - Mayhue \ . . . . . .112 Kben v Holden \u25a0\u25a0 '. ..:: . 104
IMckal'oiut \u25a0". ?'.-. ."r.109 Tugbont . . .'.:*. . . . . .;101
King i Rover : ; : '.'. . ..MOO *Muslow ' . ... . .•;. . . . <i!>
, BanlaJy \u25a0.*•;' . : ; .- .-.-. ..*10" Mayday :': '. .".'.-; .:'..:;: no
, Mary \u25a0•\u25a0: Genevleve ~r.\ 107 *Salnta*a "A V.TTn"/r. ."j 94
Cantsel ". .\u25a0;-.'.\u25a0;\u25a0.-.•;..: 104 *Odd.' Rose. .....;..;" ot
is 'IHIRI)->RACE— Flve-turlouKs:,- ; .
French : Cook . . ;Yr. 1 l6K»allnd« !-. .V . . ....... 1 0.'i
W.-. A.' T-each'.: . :".' -f:nO!Sevenfull •"...'.:.».... 105
"Al t Muller ßTtV! ;V '^ 107 Sugarmaid \u25a0. .*.. . ...".%: 103
Silver •' Stocking '•.«;\u25a0. iof» ••\u25a0 '
<*-: i TOirRTH .\u25a0 RACE— Six "furlongs: " ' ' :
Rounder . . .'. . .: 5. .r;. r ; I J2 MaUtine ...:.... .".r: 107
Dlsous'. :'.:.../.. .V; 112 Catheryn -Scott V:'.":1O7
Luke ,CiUes. .;;•;\u25a0;\u25a0;. U2 *I/Bdy,»P«ret \u0084 . ' .. . . . ]ni'
Lord* Clinton \ .~..r.Kifl >Ust'fr "Olareut-o ...101
Cesarilau TT^TTTTVT, 107 TKeck :?Vri"frTTT. *';:iol'
Dixie Gfin" ;.;.-.;/. .107 '• " ' t^WW&sS^IBfiBHB!
v*IMFTH RACE— Sls!f»rlonca: : V-> \u25a0
Tremargo -'.-..'.'.\u25a0.\u25a0;'. .'".loft Kopek;'. .. ..'. .. .UK)
BUkr -\u25a0 . vVr.~.\ r~.:V,'. lofl *Anue 4- McGee . . . V. . l(tt
Lotnnod "'.... f. -.:.;-' JOY» •Mauretanln . . . ... . O'J
'^-. SIXTH; RACE— Six »fu'rloDgs:« . ••-::-<
Deuce 'T. .'V;'.r. \u25a0. :Tt.~ 1 lOlOonvenlent ' :'.':?.: : Vr. \<X\
Maxnal \:-?.\u25a0??.-\ :-?.\u25a0??.-. :.'.*;. lO7,Regnrfl« ' v. v . .~.'.r. 7~.\ t!O4
; Kunllnc t-.'r. .'.•.*:";.": io7j*Restltjiitlon;-:"t" 7 .t-T'.T.'lOD
. Doctor •; Colrman*"' 1 .' .' 10T!Ferklc5« ;. : . 1 ,T. .T. ;*. 100
JBonnle R*> s .\u25a0 . -. . .'.-. ; 1 07| Lady i' Ethel .V. . V . r." . 10t>
:'r.* Apprentice allowanre. ,' v • -
Owners 'arid Trainers at Emeryville— No. 8
." W. :J.: J. Yanke, owner, trainer v
and plunger, one of the stal-"
' warts of the •; game across • the
: | bay.;;..,..;" :y.;..: y .;..- . \u25a0\u25a0 : >-,-v ; - .- , \u25a0 - ..^
Western League Baseball Is
fiiven Big Boost
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Jan. 6. — Business
men- today raised nearly $10,000 for
AVestern league -baseball. St. Joseph
is again in the league, after having
been out several yea,rs. The money
,will»be used inJmproving the ball park
and in 'getting* good players. The-St:
Joseph franchise was purchased from
Pueblo. v
The -Italian people are planflinsr to
give .Pletri . porando, . the nott?Q Slara
thon, runner, a roy.il welcome when he
arrives here next Saturday.
- The CalUs v Handicap Forecats
E. W. CLARKE
TONY FAUST— FATHER STAFFORD—COLONEL JACK
. FIKST'"RA<!E— HIx 1 furlongs; 4 year' olds and upward: nelllnr: \u25a0
•Index- - Hor^i-' . . .; Wt Rcmarks
iSlS' TO MY." FAUST :... 11.1 Outclasses these.
>, ."tisi ' FATHER STAFFORD .KKS G<vxl colt: yet to run his race. .
.-50.".-.' COLONEL JACK-.-...... ........US Still qualifying.
r ; 57r>r. Novgorod t- '.. ....100 ' Kv«»ry race is \u25a0 better.
."SOI l!url«-feh- .".......'.......:..'... ..lit* Has earned a rest.
S'.'Kij'DovaltH . ....:.".. .UiS- Kaces are - promising.
o'ko •slay;i'inU "!..!...! ... .!.!.!nKJ
FRANK RUHSTALLER--MEDIA— ROBERT BAIN
-SKCO>*D RACE— Three furlougs; 2 year olds; .purse:
Tiirtex- ..-"•-. >I£Ars««»-v'-' ' Wt . Remarks
( r>77:t) ; FRANK "RTJHSTALLER ........... US : .Early speed marrcl.
-. r>7»o. • 'MEDIA ;:..;*..- .: ......104 • Splendid flily.
Mi' •\u2666Vanktj *;iitry. \u2666•TNapa stiirk farm entry. <*
• CATALINE--WOLFVILLE— MISS NAOMI
THIRD RA»'K — One uud an eighth uillcs;- 4 year olds • and* upward^ selling:
."i(if!7* CAT ALINE •.:'. ..'... '..' VilOS Has flashed - form.
\u25a0-\u25a057!);;. . *W0LFVILLE PS : Toraes from behind.
' : h7!»."!' i.'hnrlcy- l'aine ..'.'. .114 -- .. Fast and uncertain. ,
". 3703 ;, Jly • l'al ;..;...". • • . . • ; . 105 >* '..-.., '. :
; , TURRET— COPPERTOWN— LADY ELIZABETH ;
FOURTH^ RACK— Futnrf(yco«rse;'3'yearo : iis; Larkspur; handicap: -
liklpx " \u25a0 -ifcTfc " V iWtr-. " :Ren»ark(s ' \u25a0
:T>7(i2-j: T>7(i2-j TURRET :'....'.. ........ .'. .."...... ..U.%' Should' be ready •.notv.
' i:>"iu\ \u25a0 COPPERTO WNv ". ::............. 10»i .;...'. All races good. • :
r.7(Vi.;LADV ELIZABETH- .... .t... .".."..'.100 Splendid \u25a0 pacemaker. - ,- • '
' -57C-" Daddy (Jip ' ..... .....> ...:... .102 Fast;colt meeting class.
""•572S ': Chester Kruin ;..•.:...% . .. .V. .". ~~. .10S . . Xot out* of It.
; :.-.<:' MELTONDALE^DELMAS— TROCHA
\u25a0\u25a0'-'.; FIFTH 1 RACJK— One mile: 3 : year bids and 'upward; •' selling:. "\u25a0 ," ;^?-
Mn-ii-x ' ~ Horse - ' • -v. ' ' Wt •-': Remarks :
'Turn 'MELTONDALE 1 ...:......... ......:1)3 . Weight \u25a0 makes good.
J riSO."> .:»DELMAS -.'.\u25a0.."..\u25a0..' .V. ...V: S7 ' Has ; a feather.' . r -
'v."7i;;S<TROCHAT v ..."r.*'?'."T. ......: ...ViO- 'AVlll, bear* watching.
-'rpSOj M»ssi»B.|i." ...\u25a0..•..;;.•....-.:....:.:... 121;. . Carrytnjf- package. '____..
-\u0084'i7(!o ' Contra"* Cost- ."..-. '.;.'. . . .. .^.....'. . ."0-'i
\u25a0 * nsi 7 a. liryce \u25a0..:...•....".....;........ ;11l _ . v
v"r>7«!l,iSiirety-if.'. ...."..!'. .'..'.' ....'.Ultv " .. \u25a0'> \u25a0- \u25a0
. ."727 " KeihvKoa 1 1 :::-......:...'..."........ 1 10 '_
r.7CI •1tirth'h:...:"...'...'... '.Tf^:tT:A\l
/r>CT2j hi? Caul;; Cap ; r.r.'.Mr.^r.v:: .•..:. .ii«
"'44 OS r Coppers "-r.; ;..".'..... .".•. Ilu ,
\u25a0-V H '-'l ."bALERIAN^ESCAMADO— MINNEDOCIA
; .: S I XTII * JtAOE-^- Futurity course; ;3»jear Tolil s.; and upward;: sellins: ' "
. liiilrx, ; -r ::H<irsp* .", \u25a0 : " ..: .- Wt • .^Remarks' - t
V ."iHr>t ;', BALESIAN, :.".. ........... ... .."..'.;i2o * \u25a0 Released .froxti: schooling; list.
'57H0" ESCAMADO ..r..:...vr.:';v:.-.:r:. - r.l t JO Will i win *a« race- Tet.-, - .
--i 705 KINNEDOCIA.-.;. ....... ......::.;. l!n . Filly has speed.
•-(.>724),Alf!ei- -Uuloli ..";."....'.:...'. .::ii'.; . In -nice. here. •••
7)771 ";Robertn ;...;.. ...'.: :.:... ... .'.:'. ..r.U<>. Pnll^'.n .weights. •"- .
,i«aMi: Oratnori-y ..'.'..*......;.'............: US* All outsitli- -.chnnce. .
i^riMlsr^Hnoolioj . . ........ ........... . .":.'.~I2S^3§^wJ€|^9HSSBBMH
: ."til 'j Ford^llo ".'.'. . . \u25a0 \u25a0 .".'. - .'. : ;. : . : . .T.'T.T- 12-": .-j '• ''*\u25a0V" I"
-\ ri7*J."i"-, Orelip-. '. . .J.\u25a0...'..:..;.;..;.:,........ J . \u25a0...'..:..;.;..;.:,....... .l^jt . . .
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PLUNGER A CLOSE
STUDENT OF FORM
He Cleaned Up a Nice Lotiof
Money on the Eastern Cir
cuit Before Coming West i ;
' VT. G. Yanke, owner, trainer "and
plunger, is now prominent . at Emery
ville as a player of long priced horses
across the board. JiTanke is a student
of dope and of prices. He Is credited
with having como, west with $100,000
in his wallet, taken from the layers on
the \u25a0 New York and Kentucky tracks.
As to the exact sum, he says it's, no
body's business but his own.
admits that he was the biggest
winner among •" the- players - at the
month's meeting at Saratoga. Yanke
originally was a book maker. He be
came an owner about five years ago
by acquiring I'm Joe and won 13 races
with him;
His stable here does not amount to
much— four yearlings looking _ for
brackets. His partnership "with
Colonel- Applegate may mean more in a|
racing way. Yanke left 14 yearlings '
in Kentucky and will have most of
them ready for the Louisville meet in
May. Then he will go to New York.
The babies were gathered from differ
ent farms and are by Lackford, Wools
thorpe, Cesarlon and McGee.
Yanke has only one racer In his Ken
tucky barn — Jupiter Joe, formerly
owned by Rome Respeas. Yanke want
ed the horse and offered a price. Res
\u25a0 pess would, not sell,- but entered Joe In
a selling race for |800. Yanke bid him
up to $2,000 — a rash act— on Respess*
own track. The horse was protected at
the time, but was later sold to Yanke
at the figure.
Playgrounds Commission
Elects President
The city ploygrounds commission met
yesterday morning 1 and reorganized for
this year -by re-electing -H. J. McCoy,
secretary of the local Young- Men's
Christian association, its president for
the > third successive term. Joseph It.
Ilickey made his appearance as the new
\u25a0secretary of the commission. John
McLaren. T. E. Hayden, George Scbllt
ter, J. C. Astredo. Mrs.'Lovell ' White
and J* A. Hayward were alsto in- at
tendance.
Reports showed the new South side
and the Xorth beach playgrounds near
ing completion, much- to the satisfac
tion of not aloile the commission,- but
the thousands of youngsters thatwill
enjoy the ntynerous benefits of the
athletic apparatus.
The commission adjourned early in
order to attend the dedication exer-
cises of 'the -new^ Mission grammar
school.
Swastica Basket Ball Five
to Meet Pastimes
The Swastika basket, ball team will j
play its first game under the name of
the Pastime" athletic .club ..this evening
in the club gymnasium.' 1050 G«*ary
street, against the Polytechnic- high
school five. Great interest is being
taken : in the game by both organiza
tions and a good crowd Is expected.
The club team * will be handicapped I
by the fact that its star forward, Day,,
isill and unable to play. •<\u25a0 \
The. team will line up as follows: A.
Kemp and 11. Hicks, forwards; "•W-
Farrar, center; A. Rogers and 11. Brad
ford, guards. Next week the Pastimes
will play the Livermore' five in Liver
more.
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
THIRTIETH'S TEAM
WINS TOURNAMENT
Ely and Wilcox Run Close Race
in Presidio Tennis Finals by
Brooks and Splivalo
The Presidio tennis club tournament
i for the doubles championship of the
'post and the Splivalo cups ' was; con
cluded Wedneaday afternoon. The team
i of the Thirtieth Infantry, composed of
[Captains Frank D. Ely. and F. A. "Wil
cox, defeatedf\Aclrian Splivalo and Colo
nel J.- Cv W. Brooks in the finals by
the close score of C — 6, 6—4»6 — 4» "* '•
6—4, 6—3.6 — 3. Nine teams were entered
In the tournament.
. 1 he -finals -were, called at 2 p. m»
Wednesday afternoon and this mater*
was close throughout, being^, anybody's
match until the las' point -was scored-
Both teams played a careful game, and
neither seemed able to play up to its
practice game. Brooks did some very
neat net work. Wilcox was clearly
out of form, and while he made soina
brilliant strokes his game lacked it 3
usual speed and steadiness.
In the first round Xeal and Xaylor
drew a bye. Brooks and Splivalo beat.:
Grimes and Elliott «— 2. 8— «; Fleet and
Laubach beat Pfeil and Burns 6—l.6 — 1.
"4—6, 15 — i; Ely and Wilcox beat Bergin .
and Ord 6—3.6 — 3. 6 — X. and Prltchett and
Barkley beat Stopford and Beck. 3— S,
6—3.6 — 3. 7—5.7 — 5.
In the next round Fleet. and, Laubact*
drew a bye;. Brooks and Splivalo beat
Neal and N'aylor 6—4.6 — 4. 6—2.6 — 2. and Ely and
Wilcox beat Pritchet* and Barkley 6 — -,
6—3.
1q the third round Ely and Wilcox
drew a,.bye. and , Brooks and Splivalo
beat Fleet and Laubach in the most .
hotly contested match of th© tourna
ment, playing brilliant tennis. In the
first set Fleet and Laubach had things
pretty 'much their own way. winning
the set 6—2.6 — 2. . Right from the stare
of the second % set the opposing team
played real te*nnis, .lobbing; smashing
and driving with extreme accuracy,
and taking 12 out of the next 13 games.
The; score .was 2—6,2 — 6, 6—l»6 — 1» S— o.
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