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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
CORONADO POLO
TEAM WINS GUP
Crack Canadian Players Defeat
Southwestern Four by a
Score of II to 4
[Special Dlspctch to The Call] '
niVKRSIIM-:. .IM.. 11. — Coronado this
afternoon won from Southwestern' in
o:ir of the most Rpectaoujar polo games
ev«»r witnessed <>n a California ticld.
Th" final score -.rap 11 t<» I. All of tlm
-.vinTiinK" pl»y**rs are members of crack
• 'ana-iian- tfr s ir<=. Tiiis was the final
pram.' in th*> tournament for V.\o MaVkay
cup and i' t was witnrss«'<i by a crowd
that ovirllov.ed th.- grandstand and
\u25a0'\u25a0lu'thous/?; Tho automobile section al
m>':-' Pntirely pm-ircl'vi tho field, all
:u.irhv <-ki«v- contributinp their <juotas.
'i",\o Southwestern toain. composed of j
m'Jiibors of the WHss family of JjOs
A:]fT^lc?. played with as fine a bunch of
thoroughbreds as has ever been seen in
n California game, but inability to
make I<»n^, hard drives i-hanteteristio
of tli^ i.'on-inado play lost tlie game for
tli>- Ankel^nos. who h>:!d Coronado even J
th<» first two periods. j
Coronado — S. Tritz Nave 1. Harry I
Robertson 2. Justin l><»an<» Freeman 3,
Major G. Colin "Ross 4.
Southwestern — Pernie Weiss 1, Reg
ci* W. ius 2. Harry Woiss 3, Tom Weiss
Juarez Results
JCABEZ, Feb. '22. — Before 011^ of the larfr^t
or<nr,ls of tht- ni*y»iinj: Olorio. heavily played
ft%-vor\\p. oaniiy won the Ktea furlons handicap,
f^atur*" .-f tii«-^-jird ut Tcrrssias park today. He
trailed as u^ira uut,l «h<> sm-tcli. whfn be toot
the les.l :iuc'. «TOg by three lenpibs. Summary:
«263. KIRST RACE— Sis fnrlonps; scliinp:
<kJ«i*. Horse. UVicfat «nd Jockey. Fin.
20-1 — Odd Itw. IV?, rMolerworthl 1
2-1 — Miss ("aithr;''ts. v:', <<;arnert i!
12-1 — I»«Tf«ot. U2 1 B^TM-'r-ot^n • 3
Tlnif. 1:14 2-5. ««ni«"ra. Aunt Nam-y. Jndith
Pairc. Ci*nads. James Jllackstr«*W. Osarilass,
Moslow. Tipster. »!«<• nfn. •; ;i
6264. PECOVM RA«'K— <hf mile; selling:
•><I<is. H"rf». W^ht ami Jockej. Fin.
T-l— L. M^Edwrf. ]u7 iMKaheyt 1|
4-1 — <»eor^<» <;ii.vton. 10T tAtistint 2
»--- -•". J. Cox. 107 <Bieet 3
Time. 1 M) 3-.'.. R. Q. Smith. I'rime of Cas
tile. Moliere. <'o:iteptee. Rell of r.ra<«. Guoston.
Alni»n». St. KiMa. al<o ran.
6265. THIRD RACE— Four rnrlonps; 2 y^ar
'tM<. Morse. TVeieht »Dd Jockey. Fin.
«-t— Rup. 112 .I.nw») 1
6* — r"lrin* Wolf. 115 <Ri<-*t '1
8-2— Sailto. iur. (Austin 1 .*5
Tim.-. :*7. [V-lo B»n. Bulella. Barney M.
B.i|- Ann. al*.. ran.
6266. miRTH BACE— Kev»"n ftirlj*?:?.
Odd^. !lr.r«e. Wrishr ar.«! J^-kev. Fin.
1-I— C;i..rio. 12v iRi.-o. ... ' I
7-1 — UrrouLn Silver. ;»2 (McCabeyi .'..11
4-1 — Kurly Tide. \(<t> < Bene^otep . 3
Time, 1:23 4-5. Orbrd l.n.i «l*o nn.
6267. FIFTH KACF.-Six furiong*; selling: J
Ortd^. liars*, \\>;«iif and Jocbev. Fin. }
T>-1--.|.^- Flhrieij. 110 iJIfOhPTj 1 1
7-r.— Rnbiola, 107 iMoif-trorthi '2 i
5-1 -<;it.s.iii. lu7 (Au^tirM 3
Time. J:l4 1-3. K^pck. B. J. Sirarmer. Judee
Sb.«rtsll. SeasicV. Au«iia. also ran.
6268. SIXTH RA«E— «>ne and a sixteenth
mil*-"-: «*lllnc:
Odds. Hor«f. Weight and Jockey. Fin.
Ill— Alma Br.T. 112 (Ri.^i I
S-3 — Den* 1 . 103 iMiK'shevt 2
S-J— Ducbes« of Montf-bello. »R «Bece«cotrn). 3
Time. 1:47. True Sif. Kci;;ht Klaie. Sad
Nrw«. Ix>tv<- Ealer. Bury Man. al*o ran. »
Juarez Entries
FIHST RACK— Sis furious:
<h«rl"« Fox lO7IEI Terfwc-to Jfxj
Tipster l«i4i > AlarDi"d H«>
r»elf 102>Satn Webb OS
Odd Ro*»- 102;
SECOND RACE— Seven fcrlong*:
Sansnino 10* J J Jr 107
ItPi-iitutinn lOS O rover W 107
Approbate lOß.Virslnia l.indsey ...lf»s
Mrlton Cloth 107'Mollic Bolin 105
Tod Jo7i*Miunie Bright 100
Punliiio lO7;'*Mlss Vijrilant 100
THini» RACE— F'Mir furloiyrs: 2 year olds:
M»m P.r.infttp ifir-.l'Rampnnt c JV>
C«c<jy Kid 10S'»l"at - S4
Brarr WitliT" Ic2;*Lodr«:tone Jt2
roIHTH RACE— Six furlouffs:
S^v«»nfull ; 115) Al Mnller »5
ManMiin^ft Ill' Sugarmald ..95
M^idlin^ Haiinah ..107jGlfn Helen »2
lIiTH IIACE— JJix furlonps:
Bf-au Man 103!l!«rdlj«ion 103
Florence Myers lOS'Etb* 1 ! Day 1112
•Barney Oldfl'ld ... I<>7| 'Howard 101
I»f>n Hamilton Km; 'BaDtronia S6
CJ!ndTii LxMiis-e ....10."!
SIXTH KACE— <Jnr mile.
Bon Ton lO»:*I.1sta j»R
.<7f-irvin«niJer lO^'Plunw- !>3
KIWIrk -. .'.lOO'Uanrock 105|
•Apprentice allowance.
Jacksonville Results
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Feb. 22.— Tb* Wash
irj:?<in handicap. «tske «?Tent. carryinc * inon^v
••"moderation of SI..VK) and tho r-arded f»>atur*e
<if rixl«T"« program at Moncrief park, iris pro
<iu<-tlve of a (Till last <OBteFt. Croat H«>av«>n«»
»i-plirntlj- rH<lfn by Fowrr*. won bjr a scant
iimrsin from Hi!li..ji «n<l Tal>^>o in the order
natnr-d. Jork«-.v Nie>»l divided tbo ridinsr honors
io<la.v with P.iircrs. Sumnißry:
First r»i<~". tl)r<-r- fnrl<«nr». s^llinc — Agn** Mar. ,
II lo S. won: I^m't. S t« 1. »=ec<>ud; Vallonia
3S :\u25a0> :.. third. Tim*-. :H5 4-5.
Sfvond ra-«». fiv^ and a hair farlonss. selline— !
Gold DtiKt. 7 to 5. won; Mary IJve. 30 to 1. !
\u25a0Mini: Aunt Kate. 4 to 1. third. Time. l:0S2-5.
Third race, tire snd tt half farlonc. sellinc—
Hfino-Run. S To 1. won: Fond Heart, 5 to 1.
*e<omj: Trejolia. 2 to 1, ihird. Tlm«>. l:0Kl-5
Fourth rare, tho Washinpton handicap, mile
Rnd an eighth — (Jreat Heaven*. 7 to 2. -won;
Hilltop. 11 to ."i, second; Taboo, 21 to 5, third'
r iim<\ 1:M.
fifth race, sit furlongs, selling — Star Over
IS. to R. *-oa; L*dy McNally. 12 to 1, eecond-
C^>onskin. 18 to 5. third. Time, 1:15.
Sixth race, mile and a sixteenth, wllinc
Critic. $ to R. won; Malediction. S to I, *ee
ocd; Agreement. 16 to 5. third. Time, 1:43 4-5
"i'A«SO\" DA VIES ILL
CHICAGO. Feb. 22.— Charles K.
r'Parson") Davies, the veteran sport
ing man. who is staying with rela
tives: her*, is reported as being: in a
weak condition, although not in im
mediate danger. '
"THE CALL" THRILLS GREAT CROWD WITH BEST BULLETINS
OF FIGHT EVER ISSUED BY ANY SAN FRANCISCO NEWSPAPER
From the moment Wolgast and Nelson entered the arena yesterday crowds gathered ir* front of'the business office of The Call, as shown by the |
scene here presented, and eagerly read the bulletins of the fight, which this paper received by direct wire from the ringside.
A CROWD that filled Market? street from side to side and; required rcciving operator and written in large letters upon a rolling blackboard
•the efforts of a dozen policemen to keep out of the way of sidewalk that ! .stretched '.3o feet up : thc side, of the building, and as it was rolled
and street traffic stopd before The Call office all taking- upward gave every one within a distance of 200 feet an opportunity to
advantage of the best bulletin service any San Francisco^iewspaper ever • follow the battle.
has had. " Round after round, as the returns were chalked ; up, interest iir the
They read of the battle blow by blow,, and hardly were the- thrusts and audience grew intense, and there were frequent cheers, hoots and cries of
hinges made in the ring at Richmond before they were mirrored on the joy or sorrow. The Gall '._ was first to. flash" tlie result • of the contest, and
bulletin board displayed in front of The Call office. , • the 1 shout that, greeted the news was heard for blocks up and down Market
A special telegraph wire had been installed from the ringside to The ; street. ..
Call office, and e>*pcrt operators placed at either end. As the fight pro- : Tihcre, was never 'less than 7,000 persons bef ope the/ bulletin board at
gressed. its varying stages were flashed over the wire, typewritten by the 'any stage- of the fight. '" '; :-r-"*-'V:..' _.. * V /
TURRET ROMPS TO
VICTORY IN DERBY
Seems to Enjoy Run Down the
Stretch, With the Others
Far Behind
E. W. CLARKE
Turret won the California derby yes
terday. Old Mexico was fpcoikJ and
Judge Quinn, stable mate of tlie -win
ner, was ihird. Tim ease of Turret's
victory cheapened the field behind him
and served to prove that lie i» really a
high class colt. He not only romped
over his competitors in the last fur
long of the Journey, but was actually
pricking his ears and craning his hand
some head toward the grandstand, as if
enjoying a morning gallop.
, Of the eight carded to start. Virgie
Casse and Redeem were scratched and
Daggie Smith's pair went to the post at
prohibitive odds.
Of the others. Old Mexico and Melton
dale'were most fancied to score second
honors in the sloppy going and Balronia
and Chester Krum were on the long
end of the betting. Dwyer got them off
in a line and Vesper booted Balronia
into the lead. Shilling shot Old Mex
ico after the pace maker and the filly
had two lengths the best of* it when
the first turn was negotiated. Old Mex
ico was three lengths in front of the
others.
Taplin .had Turret under wraps on
the back stretch, but the colt was seen
\u25a0 ' - : . , '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0'\u25a0
The Call's Handicap Forecast
E. W. Clarke
EDDA— MILT JONES— ACADEMIST
HUM" RACK— Tlirce and a half fjjrlyngs: 2 j-car olfls; pnrse-' nialflcnb- •
Index Horse : . Wt. . Remarks
r,lV< EDDA 107- SlowbeKlnnrr: should' improvV.
6166 MILT JONES ; , 107- Kvcrr rape a mnart ont
«isr, ACADEMIST. 107 »'«n 'run a fair " race. ""\u25a0 <^
.'•.ssc. «'r<>s»brl 1 ...107. v Others not much.
HOW Sir Victor lift >'' > nK^ \.-.C:', .\u25a0
6156 - FontWlo .....107
' Havia (Rftvelston-Ruvia) '....'..107; " f " '
BUCOLIC— PEGGY O'NEAL— RUSTLING SILK
SECOND RACE— Six forlonen; \ year olds and upward- : selling.- ' '- .
ludez. Horse . . v Wt ' ' Remarks
6221 BUCOLIC^..... 105 I^ft at- the post. last time.
£5! 5 *S?;9£?'J?J. X] i A Jv • :101 much to beat here. -
6221 . »KirSTLING SILK .: .....101 In well here
eifl 'Blanche C.' - 88; Working, woll . : .
5048 CopperOeld -••••• •••-• 11- • Good •us tli« others. •;;\u25a0
(5221 •MayPink.i'iilD'mi!. '.'."."!'/.".".'* 08
6221 \AAy Benwelaer f»9
6147 Coloael Brady .......:.. .10.V • '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •
NO QUARTER— ARGONAUT— STEEL
THIRD RACJ; — Six furlODfcs; 4 year oldo and upward: \u25a0•• >\u25a0 ; -- .• '
Index Horse Wt' \u25a0 \u25a0 "Remarku • : '•
6222 NO QUARTER ......112 Track will suit. " T '\u25a0\u25a0
\6222 AKGONAUT .104 Running well • now \u25a0\u25a0
62TJ BTEEL ..........:.:.:.. ... .... .111 • Last race 'not '-his "best*
C 252 Dnke of Milan 107 Seems to.be ready"
6201 Sam Barber ..: •. .....112 Good boy will ' help! i
G222 .St. Francis ....:.....:....;....;.:. .108 Form still missing - '
P221 Maud MeG ....... ........ ...' 106 " L*st raco bad V'
C 237 Onatawa ..'. ....108 I-ast effort wag good "*
f^!22 Trocha V ....»»." .Can .do: better. . ..\u25a0'; \ '
6225 CUarleg Gre^n- -. I(>s
6197 Louis Streuber :...... ....'IOS .<\u25a0'.'\u25a0'
ORELIO— INCLEMENT— LADY PANCHiTA
. FOURTH \u25a0 RACE — Futurity course; 1 o' year olds and upward: sellinc-
Index 'Horse ' . Wt Remarks
6199 ORELIO ..* ' 107 '< .Should win eapilr - '
i^^^HiTA-::::::::"::::::^. JSM*lgt -
(!1«3 Madeline Mu*8raT«,.. 7...... :.95 Sometimes -, does -It.- - ; "
6235 -Sewell V.........107 -Better than, flguxed.'v
_ REDEEM^RUBRIC— MARGARET RANDOLPH
FIFTH. RACE— One mile; 3 year olds and upward; *elllnc:' *-\ •:
Index Horse - , . \u25a0 .: . wt .'Remarks'
«0M l^lf?" •••\u25a0••••'"••••••••••••••• 1 ?? " «<jod filly; :pull-.in>eight.
™v\u25a0u \u25a0 nuarLHj ».... 11l Mieht run cool rapp . i
<KOl MAEGARET RANDOLPH ,;....:.. .110 • Oujt last tirae^ = ";'',. '••..:..
!:. I: £' // \lr,\ Ir ,- R' sb op •:...\u25a0.-.'. .* 10:: i.ml.i win on mm.' ra(-<-s. "" >iV^^^
:!*;•' JJ.'J lonel i«rk ....11l Very uncertain. V* .' : :' SS&Sm
62M- B&hiT .C.'.V.V. V.'.V.V" V. in Outside chance! •
6233 Paul CHffofd'l*.*-.'.l"!'.!!!!"".!M!!!iOS •-' .''.'.: *.;. . •
<=iT^ I^ ES ,P >CONNELi; - ALDER^ GULCH-ELECTRO WAN^
. SIXTH RACH— FiTC-and a halt furlonßs; 3 year oldsi'selllnc: ' . ' : , •
Index Horse tasSlKwwwfes . wt - " \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0< Reinnrks ' \u25a0'\u25a0- \u25a0• - - '
6TM ALDeI O GU°L I^ ELI ' •" .••••••lW-rH«8 i hisf^now./ .; . ; ,
""\u25a0* ALDER* GULCH ........... V: .*.. .I'M \u25a0 ' <;<vwl in.thK coinc -\ \u25a0 \u25a0
THE SAJ^ EBAN CISCO ' CALL;
I to be full of run when Meltondale went
j by him to pet up to Old Mexico's sad
idle. Balronia kept the pai:o until they
pointed for the stretch, when Old'^Mex-
Sco took comma.nd. Taplin skinned the
rail with Turret and saved a' world of
ground on the turn. •• Then he let out
| a link and the gelding simply breezed
| over,, the leaders to win galloping by
; half a dozen lengths. Old Mexico last
ed.to beat Judge Quinn for the place.
BIG CROWD ATTENDS
i A big crowd witnessed the holiday
I card and the lively play was nearly all
to the advantage of the layers of odds,
j Taplin's joekeyship was really more
thrilling: than the derby. He was un
"der the wire first on four occasions,
second once and third once, though his
winning score was lowered by a dis
qualification in tho first race for fouling
Faneuii Hall with Radation. Besides
depriving him of the victory the judges
set the boy down for 10 days. He will
be missed by a big following 1 - who
backed him confidently. /
The opener was at six furlongs with
Faneuii Hall favorite and Radation
second, choice. Biskra and Burleigh
were away first, but Faneuii, Hall
quickly displaced them and opened what
looked like a winning lead. Radation,
however, 1 came like a' whirlwind and
after catching the leader cut across in
front of him. Radation then" came on
to win in a romp. \ Burletgh. was third.
Shilling's j claim of foul was allowed
and the numbers of. the first two horses
reversed. The ruling was greeted with
cheers and hisses, according to the
betting of the crowd.
While Dune Campbell was. probably
the best in the baby race, he had no
chance to lose with the start. Dwyer
put him in the chute, sending him oft!
flying, attended by Burbur, while the
Berry pair, Tndora and Aldrian, were
flat footed. The Canadian colt .won. by
three lengths and Tndora' and Aldrian
were second and third.-, -
KEEP MOVIXG AVI.VS
Servicence with Taplin • and •' light
.wcig-lit up w^is installed an even money
chojee for the third race at 'a mile.
Kaleigh was- second in demand, and lib
erties were taken with Keep Moving,
who was as good as 6 to 1. Keep Mov
inpr jumped to tho front at the barrier
and was never . caught, though , Kervi
cence: mado a' ga;ne effort .'to ''get up.
Bishop W took the place from the fa
vorite in the last jumps.' . Raleigh ran
a bad race,: even with,Page;tb help him.
Rosevale, ridden by Shilling, was
played into odds on favoritism -for the
mile and 20 yards trip, though" a bulk
of wise money went in on old Ed Ball.
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
. r '\u25a0\u25a0 (To allow numbers for Juarez chart, six numbers will be skipped daily.l •\u25a0
[ Order in which horses ngnrc In The Call Handicap is indicate! in • black face type.
, OAKLAND, -Tuesday, Feb. 22, lfllO. — Sixty- eighth^ day.\ Weather showery. Track sloppy.
K. C Hopper, presiding judge. Richard Dwy or, * starter.. •'.' ..:.•
1 6257 FIRST -KACE— Six furlongs; selling: 3 year olds .and upward; ralue , to first ?100.
Index.j Horse and Owner. , |Wt|St. & hit -% Str. Kin. | Jockey. I Op. Cl.
(0222) Radatlon. 3 (Bedwell) 100 ft ... fi 2U3 3 1 ij'l 4 Taplin ...... ,4. 7-2
1 (6233) Kaijoull Hall. 4 (Sheridan) 111 4 ... - l.l'jl 2 2 2>,j2 4 Shilling: . IVS, 3
t fiixs (2)BURLEIGH,. a (Corcoran). 115 2 ... 2 2 2 %,3:>4;3i«i Vosper - r > •»
tii-'Ol Mi Derecho. 4 (Menlo Park) .. 114 ft ....Sn.iH .". 2Vi4 ns Mentry J 32 .15
, 6238 Jim Cafferata, .3 (Schrciberl . . its 3, ... -4'sJi 4 lU,* 2U5\4 E. Martin... S 10
6201 Dr. Downic. 4 (Denver stable) 100 8 ... 910S 2? 0 5/fi 0 W". Oarsran.. 12 S
i (C 221) El Molino. 3 (M. Kics) 93 ~ ... S 1~6 2'j" 2 7 2(i Kederis 12 20
i §6210 (I)BISKRA. V <J. Stowe). . . . 113 I . . . 7 2 7 n Bli\u25a0 &3- Page ... 4 5
tt-'JO (S)FATH. STAFFORD. 4 Uts) 111 5 . . . » l'a-i n U o fl G A. Thomas. . ."» S
i *>224 Intellect. 3 (M. H.lllldreth).. »fi 10 ... 10 10 10 1U Anderson ...1 20 40 .
•Disqualifled for foul and placed second. - ,
1 Time— :24 1-5, :40, 1:15 3-5. At post lVi minutes. Off at 1.40H". Hall. 1 place, 1-2 rUow:
i Radation, 7-5 place, 7-10 show: Kurleigh, 1 show. . Winner eh. p. liy Hubieon-Genna. Trained
> by T. Crysler. Scratched— s6ss Helen Carroll. 6234 I'otytto. \ ; Start good. Won easily.
\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0 Second same. Third drivine. Radatlon-saved, ground ar last turn, then came out -in the
• Wretch, swung down on top of Faneull* Hali; almost, knock Inp him over \u25a0 tlie fence. 'He
»he n went. on and won easily. Foul claimed by Shilling and- allowed.' Faneuii Hall had
• • the foot, but lost all chance when he met with interference. -:BurleleU ran his race.- Der
• " echo closed well. Cafferata lame. at the end. Biskra could not untrack \u25a0 herself any part
,' of it. \u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0 : .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-•..:\u25a0•\u25a0' . •- \u25a0- \u25a0 - - . - " \u25a0_ \u25a0
: CpCQ SKCOND RACK — Three and a half furlongs; purse; 2 year olds; Talue to flrst $2W».
\u25a0 Indei.l Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. ',; ' Yt % Str. Fin. | Jockey. -| Op. Cl.
(6132) (2)D. CAMPBELL (Mackenzie) 112 1 ...... 1 2&1 3i£l 3 Taplin 9-5 8-5
«l(i2 (I)INDORA <(J. W. Berry).. Kit; 4 ...... 2.4 2324 |Shilllnz .....< .1 6-5
(6156) Aidrlan fG. W. Berry) ..:.;.. 112 5 « S*« 84j O.ross .-.....••;•.
6102 Burbur (Yanke &*Co.) ;..10n i! ... ... 5n . 6 4 .1U A. Walsh.... 3 R
(.1802) Ossabnr (T. W O'Brien) .... 105 ,°, ...... 4% 4 n 5 4 Glass ... « 15
CtHS (3)SALALI (Old Xed stable).. »<;«... 3 n f» I^o F.. Martin... 12 20
•Coupled with Inborn. . '•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,-
Time — :24 3-5. :42 3-5. At post l'-i minutes. Off at 2:lS'i. Campbell. , 1-2 place, out show;'
Indora. 1-3 place, out show: Aldrian, out show. No separate entry netting. . Winner br. r.
, br HandspriiiK-Pond Lily. Trained by. E. Whyte. Start ffnod. Won easily. ; Second same.
'fliird drlTiuif. Dune Campbell. ls a- colt 'of some class. He simply toyed with bis field.
winning .as he pleased. Indora just n.« easily next best today. . AUlriaa' broke p°<»"ly 1 but
ran a Kanie race. Burbur was closing well. Ossnbar showed . a : good furlons and . then
\u25a0 - fjuit.. Salali ran away a furlong on way to the -post. • He. showed some speed, \u25a0 but was
• soon: done. -'.\u25a0\u25a0;" •; « \u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0'-" '-\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0
C9CQ Tlllhl) nxCE — One mile; riieT~Alhahy selling . handicap; 3 year olds and upward:
qg »**^» Talne to first $250. : '\u25a0 - ~ \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 : .'-*>. -\u25a0, ' : \u25a0 .- -\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 .
index. | Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. V, V~ '\u25a0% Str. - Fin. 1 Jockey. ' I Op. Cl.
••'2117 (3)KEEP MOVIiIG, 5 (Bedwl) 10S 2 1 1%1-?i 1 I^l 2 1 4 Shilling ..... • 5-2 - t
0237; Bluhop W. 4 (Beckwith stable) 98 1,".'! 3%3 2yS3 2 32 2us E. Martin... 8' 12
56237 (2)BERVICENCE, 4 100 5.2 2Vj2 8 25 ,2 2«&3 2 Taplinv 6-5. 1
•'.254 (I)RALEIGH ,5,(1. H. Miller) 105 ,fi 4 1 4%4 ti 4 8 410 Pace ....... 5-2 11-5
/ .6210 Emma O, 5 <J. Schrelber) . . . . 94 4 '.'."> 3; 5 2\' 2 !i 2>is 2Var> 3 Seldehr". *....-. 10 15
8237. Kound and Round. 5 (Barnes) 92 3 «. 6 6 . 6 X , Beyan ..;... 10' 25
. .Time — :25 1-5, :49 2-5, 1:15, , 1:42 3-5. At post 3% minutes. :,Off at 2:37Va... MoTin?/ 1 place.
\u25a0•1-8 show; ' Bishop, 4 place. 8-5 show; SerTicenee, . out- show. • Winner b.. m. by. Yankee-La
Polka, Trained by H. \u25a0G. , Bedwell. -. Start i straggltni:;-. Won- easily. Second driringr.'
Third stopping. . :High price — Serricence .7-5, . Raleigh. 14-5. \u25a0 Keep 1 Moving '\u25a0 thoroughly ;at J
.•'..home in-the going. • She led all- the;-way .aud -won as: she -pleased. - Bishop W, : closed in-a
. \u25a0 game manner, just' nipping Serrirtnce out on the post. Servlcence broke poorly."' could never
Ket to the front . and nuns badly in. final furlong. . Raleigh: had. littlechancc from the start,
* «b be wag atvay very badly. .\u25a0' \u25a0 \u25a0•'*.-.'•\u25a0 \u25a0 • ..".' \ '\u25a0\u25a0:-"\u25a0. •'-\u25a0'.:
dOttt\ FOURTH RACE — One and a sixteenth miles;' the California derbv;3 year old8;-value
OCOU -to; tirst $680.: '- -\u0084-. \u25a0;;-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•;-, \u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0<\u25a0\u25a0 :.- \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0.*\u25a0\u25a0>-\u25a0 .-...-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-• -•'}••\u25a0-.
Index.l Horse and Owner. : (WtjSt. Vi i%- Str.-- Fin: j \u25a0 Jockey, - | Op. Cl. .
(G224) (I)TURRET (Marks &. Co.);. 1112 B's 4 5,10 4ni 3 n 14 Taplin ...... .3-5 11-20
<52r.6. (2)OLD MEXICO" (Multnomah) 115 3, 2 2>i2 'Vj 2 n 2 I^2 3Vi Sbllllns:".. •.•.-. ' >•' 5
(6237) Judge Quinn- (Oakland .stable). 112 .4 V 1 * 4 1'i5'20_4.2 . 3 ji. A. ...Wa15h..'.; >?L • :'. . •
•3224. BalronialF M Hopper) ...... 110 1 1.2.1 IVal 2 1.*;.4" I - VWper ..... S lo
(6211) .Meltondale (Stockton R. 5.).. 115 2. . .2'/i3 .2 -3 •»£\u25a0 s 155-15 Mentry,' . . . ., • 4 • 5
6224 J(B)CHESTER KRPM (Moyne) 115 r» fi : . 6 '.6^.-. «.> H A. ' WillUms. S - lr,
-- 'Coupled with Turret. . . ; - ... "" #-.....-.-•...-.... • _ •
Time — :24 2-5. :50..-l:lt! 1-5," 1:42 3-s,'i 1:40 3-3. . At- post- 2' minutes. . Off : at: 3:03..- Turret, *mt \u25a0\u25a0.
"\u25a0 \u25a0 place and show -Mexico, "-S^place. 1-2 show;- Quinn, out show, -{iso Kenarate entry bettinsr. '.
Winner b.' c." by Cnnard-Tower of •' Candles. Trained 'by. 1 0.'- A. 5 Biancui. ' Scratched^ail
•i' Redeem. 6224 Virile Casso. Start' good. \u25a0 Won easily.^.Second' same.. Third. drlTlng. ,-i' High
• price — Turret 7-10,', Meltondale 6. "Turret: trailed 1 his^field' all the way to rlast turn, where
Taplin made his run./coniiUß.throuch on the inside, ; and "as .soon vas r ' he : gave the. horse .bis
' head he breezed- by 'the -leaders, winning with 'great -ease. Old -Mexico, ran -hi»- race. •\u25a0 He
was well handled and-had norexcuses. '? Judge '\u25a0•Qulnnr closed- well. '• '. Halronla ran \u25a0; a •po<jd i
seven, furlongs, and then. -was 'done.; -' .Meltonaate^ran, well', for six furlongs and : then:; faded '
\u25a0 away to nothing. Chester Kram can^not^run^in the»mu<l. -. - \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- : - : \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•* •\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•'-\u25a0' \u25a0• '• ' '^ \u25a0\u25a0'
COCI FIFTH R\CE — One mile and -20 yards ;' selling;. 3 .year'.oldg and --upward: 1 value "to
OfcO I;. first-?200.^ :.•.';- j-' • \u25a0/ /\u25a0-'.\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,' V'/ .. ; : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0*•\u25a0:;';!.:\u25a0-\u25a0. '\u0084.*.;.-.. \u25a0' :.\u25a0::.:'\u25a0\u25a0:
Index.l Horae and Owner.' • >\u25a0 |AVt|t?t. yy A \ :,hb~ ?;> Str. <\u25a0 Fin. | Jockey.- • (^Op. Ct \u25a0
1 ''211 (2)ED BALL, a- (Millard) . . . . 113 6-5Vt 5 4-- 510 5-10.1 2^i Taplin ...... 5-2 16-5
| (6201) (I)ROSEVALE,, 4 '(Fountain). 1«»« ' 2"' i;l ViJ.-S4* I 2 -.'1.'.l ,:2 IVi Shillins: .,;-.'. f,-:t ', O-lO'"'
\u0084«201 Wicket.,3f(W. E. .Cotton) 87 3 3 1%4 : 1^4 2v" 42 > 3 n . A. -Thomas. r. — S : -9
fiIMV J. c. Clem, a \u25a0 (M.;Rles).: 104 ,4" 4 2 3 I. 3 hv3 n 4 0 > Kederis .:... 10^ : n
r,223 (3)SINK SPRING,' 6 "(Sears): 100 ! 1."2'>4 2 2 2'?i ? 2. Vi,s 20' Vosper \.;v. '4* *4
•\u25a0\u25a0•.'37 Right Sort,.4 ? (J.'O..Wnlker) r . 10S \l\ 0 4 666 15 6^15 68 % Al, Williams. '30- .'6O
4325 Voiaday. a (W.'Cftbill) .\u25a0..:.. 112 5^ 7,. . 7v.;7' » 7' .7 - Mentry •..:.: '• 50 \u25a0'-60 ;•'
Time— :2s'l»s. ,;50 2-5. \ 1.16 4-5. • 1:43 3-5, .1:44 4-5. ,, At .-post.. Vi ,uiiriute.-.Off-at 3:20H- .Ball,"
; :' 7-10 place, 7-20 show; > Rosevale. 2-5 place, • out show ; - Wloket. 1 showi .Winner • ch. - sr br ' Vir
t'ie fl'dr-Niobe. \Tniined by .W. I), f Millard. J , v Scratched— 622.V. Aks-'Ar-Brn. s'SflSGr? The
-Wrestler; r>233, Cadlcbon.': Start gofjd.v Won. easily."; St-cond handily.: Third driving. High:
'*. .price— Rosevale: 6-5,-^ Wicket' lo. VKd- Ball 'was rated; in i behind \ the* lMders' and" when 'Taplin \u25a0
\u0084 let him down "he, breezed home: Roserale' had' no; excuses; *^^She^ran, her race.' -Wicket stood \u25a0
j \u25a0 a'drlveand outgamed Cleni at -the, end. \u25a0'. Sink Spring stopped to. a i walk in final^qnarter.';- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0"'
R9R9 * SIXTH? RACE — Five*and>a half furlongs;- purse ; -3 year olds, and 'upward;- value ; to '
WfaOfc nrst $200.'- .*\u25a0','\u25a0 • '\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0- "" • :; -"• \u25a0\u25a0.•".• J-\u25a0 \u25a0 vv' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-'•• ;;--•.-\u25a0' \u25a0 •?*_,;\u25a0 ..,.%'\u25a0. - \u25a0>.
Index.) Horse i and Owner. "? -\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 |Wt|St.. \j -, -V. - ft :^ Fin. | - Jockey. •--< ) Pp.. ci.
0187 (2)DABDY GIP. 3 (Sauford).. 97 4 . . . - 1..?i-1.2iil .2- 1-2 Selden-...-~ \u25a07-2-- — 1
6116 (3) RICHARD REED, 4.(Bdw) 112 2/.. . 2 Vi" 2n , Tapitn' ..;.v. : 7 5-2 ' 9-5
(6226) Phil Mohr. 3/a.'l-. Ro PS )-..i. ,07 3f ...; 4 2>£l 4 44,33, E. \u25a0 Martin .. S, lo
6212 (I)HAMPER, 4 (Wright & S.) 100 5 '.... 3 2":: 2U3.1 , 4.3 4 Page '. - l' «-"
;6157 J. 11.. Barr.-r;- (Johnson).. \... 100 (5 .v. -6, 5%5 2 ! 5 2 C. 'Williams! •'"\u25a0 ; s ;*; *- z»
6100: Lady Elizabeth. 3 (H."- Mack): 05 1 -1 .. . \u25a0 5 nr: •;:..>>, li.v ifAnjcrson- •.;..' !7 . .0 i -
Time-J-:24, ;40 2-5,' 1:073-5. ; , At, posti 2i.minutes.; v - Off , at-:!:37. , l Uip^. 8-5 ., place. 3-5 * show •
•','-:>\u25a0 Reed. . 7-10 place, > 1-3 show : Mohr," 4-5 '\u25a0\u25a0 show, i Winner . eh.*' r.-- by, PrineK Ksber-Mamir ' Lou'
; r rralne.riiy-c. Snnford. Scrntched-r-6HJ4 J." f. ? Crowlcy/i (3238 ' Fit.v* Hindoo. (5077 >- W •T*
Overton, C.22G Descendant. •;»',2l2*'Spohii.^ Start "sow).'- iWonthandily.' .Second. rtrivln!:,'. Third ;
:S~, . J»slly. :-i High price— Daddy Uip :-5.-^, Richard\Re«T3J Hamper i 7-5.'. Daddy :Gip . went t to the
.', /ironti early and.; leading all the;way,'lost?groiind»by. a- verrJ wide 'turn, but easllv held'hls "
:\u25a0,; field isare.^ Richard? Reed., always Xthe contender., wap, stopping^ fast at the.cml --,'Phir,Mohr '
tj -. \u25a0 closed very ' strong,-- running aiimart race, v Hamper ran a rcrv poor race, far below whafhe
Is capable ot. doiiig.v Other; two no chance, Barr not being /able, to rua'iatthelinud'a.tiall.t";. •
•. - :. • .' -' •'•' : \ '- '-'-.' . *' ' • . s , .
Rosevale . cut out her own .pace and
kept it to the paddock,, where Ed Ball,
in his usual' stretch run, breezed by
her toan easy victory. "Wicket dropped
into the show. After the race H. G.
Bedwell bouprht Ed Ball from \\V T>.
Millard for $600. ..The old canipaigner
is the 10 year old champion of the turf
and has held tho honor for his age for
the last three years. -"
Cliangrod track conditions caused five
r to. decline the issue . In , the closing
sprint and of; those; remaining Hamper
was an even money choice, with' Daddy
Gipquoted at 11 to sand Richard Reed
NELSON COULD NOT
STOP YOUNG L3ON
Long Undefeated Champion Too
Tired in Late Rounds to
\u25a0 Raise His Arms \
Continued From I'aer 11. Col. t
Battler got his chance, but was phys
ically too tire^i to take advantage of
it. Before the cheers had died away at
the conclusion of the - twenty-fifth
round Nelson was breathing heavily in
his corner with his eyes closed. He
was a beaten man from that point and
it began to be a question of how long!
he could stay. Many who have seen
the Battler in so many contests
thought he would come on and win.
But to my eye it was, Can he go the
limit?
The last 10 rounds of the fight Wol
gast should or could have departed
from his carefully planned method of
battle and sailed in and posslbly
dropped the champion. Is'elson was too
tired to raise his arms. He had to
content himself with occasionally chop
ping down a punch — it was too much
to raise his arms shoulder high.
>OT THE BATTIiKR OF OLD
Returning to the query. Did Wolgast
beat the great Kelson we have known
all those years? I emphatically say {
that he did not. In his .fight with Hy
land Nelson was a beaten man up. to
•tlie nineteenth round. w;hen Hyland
crumbled. Today the game. Battler did
the crumbling and some prize ring his
tory was made.*
But even if the Battler was not the
figJiter of old yesterday he met a
strong, vigorous, heady youth who was'
his master in a large majority of the
40 rounds fought and who proved his
superiority when his arm was raised
by the referee in token of victory.
Let's not take away any credit from '
Wolgast. We are too prone to say
what would have happened in the .days
gone by whenever a champion is
licked. How do we know that Wolgast
might not have done the same thing in
the Other days? Who can tell?
Now we wjll look for .some one to
beat the new champion.
Artillery Reserves Go In
For Athletics
A. series of basket ball games to be
played among companies 1.'2, 3. 4* $
and 7 of the coast artillery reserves,
organized militia of California, has
been arranged by the athletic commit
tee.
Athletes of the coast artillery re- j
serves, organized militia of California,
will compete in a cross country run t
March 20 through Golden Gate park. '.
The prize of the winning man will be
the championship of the reserves and
the opportunity for his company to win
the annual race only two times more
and so gain a valuable silver cup. A
flag, too, will be presented the win
ning company and the one that takes
second place.
The race will start at 9 a. m. in
front of the Y. M. 11. A. building. Page
and Stanyan streets, \u25a0where the gym- j
nasium may be used to prepare for the
race, and will take Its course down the
main drive to Sheehan's.
\RBVS BEAT BAXTYS
SAX RAFAEL. Feb. 22. — Though re
inforced by Tyler Christian and oDn
Cameron of the Oakland Coast league
team and Chief Esola, the Bantys went
down to defeat before the "Darbys"
Sunday at the Eastside grounds in an
interesting, game of ball by the score
of 2 to 1.
Don't Be a I
\af i mt i
I want to impress rt upon every weak *** t i — ~"**^B
man that I can make him strong, vigorous, j^fjr^jlr^V- 9
healthy, alert and free from every taint of jEteS^^^j^'S^k »1
disease and weakness. J have limited my Isr^
Specialty in practice to only a few of the 7 *>$^pja H
more important disorders, so that I could / n I
KNOW these thoroughly. My experience I
along this one path for twenty-five years JEj nJ?**
qualifies me \ to say positively that such {/ &m /
troubles as Spermatorrhoea, Lost Vigor, \^jfg^ * \
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Contracted Dis- tf*&S%\ fiOW
orders. Contagious Blood Poison, Stricture '/if>&\
' and "Weakness", can be cured perfectly — so, -^C s\ %
as to stay cured.. Of course. I use- different iffiwif^ S X. X
methods than the ordinary physician. Most ixhl \*riy j
of these are original with me and were de- y i
vised for just such cases as the ordinary l^i^l^} V 2 n ll \u0084 I
courses of treatment fail tc/ reach.; ; :
Pay: Whea You Are Cured I
-Can .any. reasonable': man denlre a more fair tent of my meth-
od* than to let me cure Jiim Hrit and to pay after he In well?
The Scientific Treatment of
Wpalti\occ
Dosing the system with powerful stimulants and 'tonics in an effort IS
-to resto.re functional vigor can /have but one flnalresult. The condition I
is. rendered worse than before. "Weakness" is merely an Indication of i
a low form of inflammation ;in the prostate gland, and this inflammation
is but aggravated by, stimulating remedies that excite temporary ac-
. tivity. I employ the- only scientific and fully effective treatment for
"weakness,", which effects a cure by restoring tbe ' prostate
gland to a sound, and healthy state. I obtain complete results in every
fre 8 ! if 63 "" 5 lUerature and a beautifully engraved chart
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I offer not only free consultation and advice, but of every case that
comes to me I will make a-careful Examination and Diagnosis without
.No filing ' man - should neglect * this opportunity to get expert
opinion about hla^trouble. \u25a0; \u25a0 ej.ycri |
t \ If , yOU nnot call, write fo r . Diagnosis Chart. My^offlcea are open M
all day from 9 a. m. to » p, m . and Sundays from 10 to 1 only. "\u25a0
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WILLIAM
J. SLATTERY
FIGHTS EIGHT ItOIAD DRAW
• MEMPHIS. Term., Feb. 22.—Jeff
Clark of Philadelphia and Christy "Wil
liams, the southern welter , weight
champion, fought an ci sht round draw
at the Phoenix athletic i-lub here last
night.
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HisCurei BROKEN VITALITY. DalLy
i lam reminding you of these
•lancer*. Seeu a rurtetthia of yrmr tnmble
before It i.« TOO late. If you ive-1 my help
an«l can not call. Ttrite me a letter. Yon
will h»Te my confidence. I spend my lif°
restoring health, strength and conndence to
men. and I will belp you. Rememlier. my
(rtendly ad»ice is yours withcMit a penny's
expense. I am not a \u25a0\u25a0mtucnm" or a "com-
pany doctor." worklnc for a salary. My pro-
fessional jitandinc |s «'f the hishe^t order
anrt wl!l» bear tbe closest tnTeatizstion. I
hsre tho education. »kilt. a world of ex-
perience and lasting ecrta tf> recommend me.
I (fire my serrloes to men regardless of fee*, j
DON'T NEiJLEtT fhi* oopwtaatt) tn har» I
correct ad»ice. Yon need n«t p»y me until"!
I bare «ur»-d ftw and yu are »sti«ned ynur |
trouble will norer r»tnrn.
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