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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
ODDS-ON FAVORITE MAKES
A DISGRACEFUL SHOWING
Orelio Runs Shocking Race and Plunge on
Sewell Proves Successful
A dull day"s racing with no handicap to feature the. card ayd a poor
lot of horses in the majority of the events, proved rather formfuU- though
cot exciting. Three favorites and three second choice^ came down in front,
and the only circumstance to vary the day"? doings was the boost given by
Bedwell to Mylcs O'Conncll, winner of the last race. The wizard ran the
colt up to $1,000, which was $200 above his entered price, and J. 5. Duncan
let him go to Bedwclls barn. *
In the beating o\ favorites nothing was more shocking thanxOrelio's
defeat in thp'fourth over the futurity course. He was held'at 2 to 5 by
the layers, but that he was in danger was indicated by the confident play on
old Sevvell. who was backed down from as goofl as 8 to 1 to 11 to 2. Lady
Panchita had the early foot, but Sevvell took' command into the stretch and
won by nearly four lengths from Inclement, with the Bedwell iilly third.
The favorite, with Shilling up. declined to raise a respcctabblc gallop.
Barney Sehreibcr's good youngster. Milt Jones, second choice in the
betting, accounted for the baby race from barrier to wire, winning by four
lengths even after he had swerved all over the track. Edda, the favorite, was
second and Academist third.
The second race went to the favorite. "Bucolic, by a scant half length
from Coppertield. who probably would have won if he had gotten off in any
position but last. May Pink, alway.^ close up. was third.
Billy Cahill, who scored with Scwell. put another over in the third,
when Argonaut at la s t ran hi* race as favorite and scored a comparatively
catv win from Xo Quarter. . Steel was third. • '" *
'Redeem, favorite, and with only 90 pounds in the saddle, came out ot
the ruck in the mile ra---? to win in the last jump by a bare nose from
Gretclun G. Mr. Bi=hop was third, and Rubric, a well played second choice,
ran a miserable race, even with Shilling up. • \u25a0 .
BcduelKs Good Intent drew a hot play tor the last race, and went to the
post at even money. Me got off Hying, opened a gap ot seven lengths and
coked like a romping winner at the head of the stretch, but Mylcs O Council,
a-er saving ground on the rail, breezed by the faint hearted leader, and won
imlled^ up by a dozen lengths Good Intent only got the place trom Rezon
by a neck
Tampa Results
TAMPA. Ki.i.. -*>l>. 23.— Jockr.r F«in rcxl^
»hr<»c winners tndar. .Ml wrro bearlljr played.
The feature v«« ttie fifth ra«v. in wbicti the j
he>t (-primers at the trark m r t. Grace Kfcn- ,
ball won in a Lard drive from Bebel Queen. |
, '
First race, three fartaage, * f llinc— Nmicnty i
\jt«]y. nen. won: Mr Kitty. SO lo 1. second; '
Oraii^er Twist, 3to I. third. Time. :3T 3-5. I
Sr.-..nd race, live and a half furUm?*. «s«-lli«e
-li'->ii«ld.'. 4 to Ti. won: Mnlia. ;» to 1, sei_-oud; .
Tnvpe. 10 to 1. third. Time. 1:113-."..
Third • ra<-«-. five fijrlonp?. gelling— Nstlie
Bomppo. 8 to .".. noa: Gypsy Girt. ~ to 1. •
>( r.,n<i: Br<x>kl:ne. o to 1. third. Time, laH.'j
Fourth race, five nnd a half fuvlonj:*. *fllins \u25a0.
— <;reenl»wo. \u2666> to 1. won: Tom I)-ilau. 2 to ."r. i
weaod: Lueullus, 2 t» 1. third. Time. 1:11.
Fifth race. »-tx furlongs, sf-llins — «;iacc Jvim
bad 2 tn 1. won: U^bol vfnw- 5 tr> -\u25a0 sect.ud;
Billie Hibbs. 4 to 5. third. Time. 1:17 2-5. ;
Sixth ra.?e. six furlonps. *cllin«— Ix^-ust Bud. ;
2 to 1, won: OjnTille. 10 to 1, s»<-on<l; Judge
I>undon. *> to 1. third. Time, 1:17 4-5. . .
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
(To Mlow numbers for Jua'ret chart sii numt^rs will be skipped daily.) _
Order in which hon*s figure in The C« njJMndicanJg Judlcated in black face type. _
TTATiUANDT^Vednesday. Xe~b7237T910.-Sixty-Bint"b d^-. Weather cloudy. Track muddy..
\u25a0X C Hopper, presiding judge. CTchard Dwy_e.r ; _staTter : _ __ _
eoeQ~>'ißsT~RACE— t* 11^ acd *\u25a0 half '«*>»««! »' urso: Biaiilen '- ye " r vXA "' Ta ue
ObOS firsi $150^ I . j r^
liteTA Hfn-se and Owner : ____iWt!gt : _U_ Vfe % StrTgtn. I Jockey. L_2E^_£L
..l)i6 ,(2)MILT JONES (B.Schrelber,,lo7 1 I ffik ihl'-iu^KMrn^r^ U 910
«;i2O !(I)EDDA <(;. W. Berry* 107 3 3 %-| fMS'SHjS hi *ft£^jr 4-J4 -J 9 l »..
«n*> Sir Victor > Bug"). Bros. > '110' 7 .: ' golden ! ™.
Time— 24 1-5 — 42T5 tTposTTirijJinutej:. Off at l:50U. Jon»s, 2-3 place, out show: Kdda.
2-3 Place out show: AcademSst. 1 show. Winner b. g. by I>eul S chlaml-Bpnnie L.«sak.
Tr« inert br C J SS*T *tart good. Won cbbllv. «:e«ond »ud third same. High Pr'^—
M,l jtncT 93. Erid. 1 A^demiVTt.. Mitt Jones broke quickly and outfooted his veld
"mi the war, swerring «11 orer the Tra-k In the etretch. but in no way affocting the result
rddi ran to her form. ArademUt on The rail all" the way and hung at the end. lUtis
.ios'd nsolutely. Cre^l,el was Jumping up and down all the way from the head of the
stretoh like » hobby borse. s
eO"7fl SECOTCD RACE— Six furlongs; selling; 4 year olds and upward; Talue to firft ?IW.
DC I U ' _- - *
iBdeTT • Horso and OwTier. IWtigt. U *4 %. Str. Fin. I Jockey. I Op. Cl.
«221 KDBUCOLIC. a <J. Bfiinesl . . .!IW>: 4 ... 4 «i 1 HI 1 IJ4 JVospcr .....I " 2 fl-5
t.%i*« Copp*rn>ld. « (Frarier i F.)..i]12,12 .. . 10 5Wn 2 4 iMentry j 3 92
€221 !Ma> rink, fi m. M. Cain)....i 88 3 ... 2>, 2 3 » n 3 l\, ; Selden I 10 12
«221 i(B)RUST. SILK, a <Rinebarlt.;iol. .', ... 5 VJJf 2 2 4nK|noonpy ' .5 0
\u2666:221 'Lsdy Rcnsw>laer. 4 .Mi11er....; »»j 1 ... In4u, 62 5 2u.iCall«ban .... h 15
6221 ;Bl*n«beC 6 <Il! Mack* »8« ... «R i 6 2 4»ifi 6 |Anderson ... 12 IK
«22.*. i<2)PEGGY O'NEAL, a (McNl) 101 6 ... 11 211 2 8 % .-10 iJahnseD S 12
6107 'U H Flaherty 4 < Flahrrtvt . .ilO7|ll ... 12 12 112 82 ;<.ross 8. JJ
8199 Sir Fretf'l /« .Hamilton «.».. -JlOli 2 ... 7 110 iilft !•;« 4 E. Martin... SO 40
6157 'lyiTelr M«rr. 5 <The Gorge) . .103; . ... S6 • 2hi} nIO J ! A - JJj|7P*"-- J.-f -"
Kl^l IRold'4 it; Fn"strom>.. . . ! 31* S ... .'{ 1 k3 J> 111 3 C. Williams. 12 IT,
6M7 : "Xef Brady. 5 .Hlnkey Co.>'lOS'l.> ... Vh» 112 12 iMcßride.... 20 40
Xlnj <._-"-, r49~S--'r 49~S--' 1"16 3-5. At post 4U minutes. Off at 2:15,4. Bnrolic, 4-5 place. 2-5 show:
Or-ttj-field 2 place 1 *how; Pink. 2 snow. Winner cb. g. "by Goldfinch-Conedante.
Trained b\ W. Start goo«l for all but Copperlield. Won drying. Second easily.
Third rlfrerly Hljb prlr-e— Bucolic j-2. Copporfield Ti. Bucolic, always within striking
<ii>-tauce of tbr !ead<-r». I'iok the load at the last turn and held field *afe. but had to h«;
h.-r<i ridden at the end to win from Opperfield. Copperfield. off very badly, moTed up fast
in stretch but t>csan to ban? right at the end, when be looked a winner. Off eTen,..h«
would baTe won. I'lnk rnn Tier race. Silk stopped to a walk in final furlong, Uensw-
Ijicr showed early speed. ' \u25a0-. .-' "\u25a0".•
R9TMI THIIRD~iIACE— Six furlons«TTrlilns; 4 year olds and upward; Talue to first JKHV, -
Ir.dex.| Horfr" and Qwper. jwlFst. \j V, % Str. Fin. I Jockey. j Op: CV; \
€222 (2'ARGONAUT. 4 (C*hill». . .'107! -". ... 2 l&l «i I 1 1 I%(SUUIIng< U-'. S-2 ;;
*'222 i<l)No OUARTEK. 6 (StrtK>).|ll2; 2 /. . 3 n 41 2s 2«4 A. Thomas.., ,: 3- 4
\u26661222 (3 -SI EEL. 4 .J. Stowc. 11l 3 ... 4 143 2 3 Hi-1 3 W. Potrcrg . > •", ,f- 7
»;2r> ! rherles "Jreen a jTbonias^ HO* *i . . . 6 2!?5 y% « 1 4 h jCotton V. '. 1<( \u25a0' '.-Jin
«2r>2 I>tk«> of Mil*). > 'Blakoly>...!in7ilO ... 9 1 8 4 7 2 5n KJla^s 10* 12'
*£22 !St Francis a «Dei)D)son> illO! 4 ... 7 1 7 3 4 n 6 1$ ißorcl' Ji _\u0084/ XT?.
COZ7 Onstassa, 5 «Urcrmt»re PUbletjlOS; 8 ... 10 2 10 1 8 2 7 l'.^lPage 10s •" 10
t;221 iMaud McG. 6 <Stf>-kt*n R. S.) 10«| 1 ... 1 d 22 5 n 8n Vosper 12 .^ 2Ot'
«2<U 'Sam Barter. 6 <St. Vincent) . .{l l2> S ...11 11 10 2 82 Gross' 5 S
C 197 Ix>ois Btrcuber. 4 <Mackey» ! 10Ml ... 8 1 ! >6 h 9110 3 Selden V£ 20
«45 ivrbo. 4 (J. Bailey) ilOl! 7 ... <? n 9h II 11 E: Martin... 10 , SO
Tim*- — :24 1-R. .49 2-5. l;l«J3-3. At p^st IV4 minutes. Off at 2:35 1 , i. Argonaut,' S-5 plar*.
oat show; Qnartpr, fi-5 place, 4-5 show; Steel, C-5 sbow. Winner b. h. by Cunard-Plumeria. .
Trained lit W. Cabill. Pcratcbed— «K2 Troelia. Start good. Won handily. Second drir-,.
irg. Third easily. High price— Argonaut 5-2. Quarter 0-2, St. Francis 10. Onaiassa 1 12. ' .
Argnti&ut had a ridT up that rould nurse him along in front and he held his field safe
without any trouble. No Qnsrter ran a game race, coming down In worst going on the
rail. St**l did bis best. Orecn made a fair showing. Duke of Milan closed strong, fron*
v a very poor hrtsnlDC. Maud showed good early speed, but stopped at half a mile.
1*272 FOURTH RACE— Futurity course; Belling; 3 year olds and upward; Talue to first $230.
Index. | Hofhg and Owner. IWtj.St. \j \<, % Str. Fin. | Jockey.. | Op. 01.
62-'^ iKewell. 6 (W. CahlTl) lllj 1 ... 3h IVa l^ 2%1 S^fMentry ..... 5 11-2^
02.-.4 i(2)INCLEMENT. 4 <O'l>-arT) 112 4 ... 2% 4 3 410 2 n jPajrc ... -8 ,8 !
€235 !<3)L. PANCHITA. 3 (Betlwell. HI 2 ... I I\J2 2 2 n 3 «• |A. Thomas.. .8. 10
61S»^(l)0EELI0, 6.(C. A. Baldwin) 107 5 ... 4 2fc3 a; 3 1144 10 iShllllng , S-5 2^>
6103 |M. MuscraTe. 4 (W. C. Scott >\u25a0 9.'> l 3 ... 5 S 5 5- jGrfrth . . . ,8 15 "'
Time— :24. :4* 4-5. 1:01 1-5, 1:11 1-S. At post 1 minute. Off at 3:01. Sewell, 11-10 place, out *
show; Inclement, 6-5 place, out f-how; Pancbita, 7-10 show. Winner br. h. by Cesarion- -'
Ora Bailey. Trained by W. Cabill. Star tzoxl. Won easily. Second and third' drjTlng." r> .
Higb prioe — Orello 7-10. Sewell outrun .early by Lady Panchlta. picked her up at will and
romped borne. Inclement dropped back after passing half pole, went wide at last tifrn. *-
tiut closed in re»»lnte fashion, outcaming Lady Pancbita at the end. Panchita showed gnod
fpecd, but began to tire fast at tlie end. Ore-lio broke slowly, did not get running well first
b*ir mile, moTed up <piickl.r at last furlong pole, bumped Lady Panchita there and then
began to stop badly, running below big form, probably doe to track conditions.
g£73 ?I?TH SACE^ — One tnile: selling; 3 yea*- olds and upward: Talue to first J2OO. - \u25a0 *
Index. j Horse and Owner. IWtjSt. % % Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. Cl .
6211 UDREDEEM, 3 iJ.W.Paulsen) 90, 4 7 2^5 n 3^31 lnsA. Thomas.. 5-2 2
«185 Gretcbea O. « (Northwest*.... 101 S 2 1 3 I^4 2 5 4 214 k Martin. *10 15
6135 i(B)ME. BISHOP, 4 (McManus) 105! 6 Bj^2 S 2 3 1 X :-: a Vazc, 4 -4
6155 'Colonel Jack. 6 tO. Tnrek).... 11l 7 6 I « 1 5 3 4 a 4 2 Mentrr ' 5 ''«
6185 ?pecl«l DellTtry, 5 (Fountain). 108 1 1 2\H «\u25a0» 11 a 145 6 Vospei- ..." 8 8
•KO3 mSUBRIC, a <Callfonila S.). HI .'• 9 .8 n 7U, 6 2^6 n SUllllnc .. 8-5. 11-5 \u25a0
«223 SiWer Line. 6MJ. Schreiber).. 106 2 4*s 1 2^B 2^7 H7 % Selden . 8 15
«52U Peligroso. 6 <M. A. Dodge).... 10C 9 Sh 9 9 82 8 2^-G. W. CarrYl :20 •40
C 233 Paul Cligord. a.<T. Kirk).. \u25a0\u25a0 10!> 8 3 l\ji \j «Vt » 9 !Cotton ...... 15 12 - |
Time— .2s 1-5, :50 2-5. 1:16 3^5. 1:44 3-5. At post 1 minute. Off at 3:27. Redeem 4-3 nlace 'I
2-5 show; Grelcben. 5 place. 6-2 show; Blsbon. 7-10 sbow. Winner b.' f. bT Eddie Jones- i
Mortgage. Trained by G. H. Strate. Scratched— £2ol Margaret Randolph. "6213 Colbert
•!214 Bla^ksbeep. Start good. Won drWlng. Second «»mc Third easilr High arice—
R^deeta 3. Bishop 3. Delivery 12. Kubric 5-2. Clifford 20. Redeem had no "early speed bnt *
•L-lcfin* very strong, just got ua In the UFt«tridc. : Gretcben G ran a smart race, also' com- "V
ing from behind. Mr. Bishop began to tire fan after leaxing paddock. Colonel Jack ran. a 1
fair race. Delircry had tbe early speed, but was done at six furlongs. Rubric has bad i
legs snd could not ontrack himself. .. . / . • i .|
gOYA SIXTH RACE— FiTe and a Half fnrlon ,*; selling; 3 year olds; value to first $200. .."" j
lnoVi-1 Horar and Owner. .. IWtjSt. \j ¥j »j Str. Flu. \ Jockey. j . Op. cT •
r;i»0 KI)M. OX'ONNELL (nurtcan)..;lo2j 2 ... 2 n 2 3 2.5 .112 jGrow ....; •\u25a0 -j . is-r. ;
«124 Good Intent <H. G. Bedwem..|lo7| 3 ... I « 17 13 2 n iShlllinc- , 6-5 -1
«253 Rexofi m. E. K0we11». ....... .j10Ttj 1 ... 3\u25a0% 3 2£3 I>i3 h IParker "li" « 7
«l«0 (S)BOBERTA <11. A. Men-enj S."> 5 ... 4 0 5 .1 4 4 jK. Martin " S V
«22« K2JALDEE GULCH «>p« Alrt. 10r.! 4 ... •". 4*i4 15 " |P« g e '"' 4\u25a0 \u25a0 «.
8169 iCameo iW. H. CrawfordW.. ..1 »4' ft ... PiflW up |W.,Gargan.! -30
Tlaf- — :23 4-5. -.50. 1 :«•*.; At iwt V« minute*. Off at 3:JS»i. Myles. 13-10 place. 1-2 show- i
Good Intent. 2-5 place, nut »-liow: R?zon. l=sbow. Winner br. r. by Mllus-Meteora. Trained -
hy H. Tobin. \ Seratchod — U167 Electrowan. Start : good. Won eastnu'iun. -'Second -and,' '
third driTing. High price— Good l u*.ent 13-10, Rezon 9. Winner bid up from $800 to $1 000 •
by H. G.' Bed well and told. Mjie* O'Oonnell outran by Good ; Intent (Bret - half < mile • ran i'
otct bcr.in the final furlong, winning off with great ease. '":. Good- Intent .- net ie fasti pace '
opened up a Wg gap. bnt beg».n to stop T<»ry badly after straightening away.in the stretch' '
ud just Jstitd for tbe place. Eezcn and BobcrU both came .fairly euong' at the end. ' '
E. W. CLARKE
*. — *
Jacksonville Results |
M — '\u25a0 - — *
JACKSONVILLE.. Flu.. Feb. 23.— Inclement
wratbor and a track auklc deep iv mu<l contrib
uted matpriallr to an off day at Moncrlef
v'rinit : rmce. six'- l arlobgg. s-elliup— Allan Kearn,
It; x.> .'. won: Herdsman. VI tf> 1. second: Lin
iwo, evrn. thirrt. Time. 1:16 2-5.
S<-.-nii'l race, four furious*, i>ui>e — Master
Jrvim S to 5, won: Louis Katr. 40 to i. second;
EllHUPttc-. r, to J. third. , Time. :49 l-~>. '\u25a0..'
Tiiir.l race, st-ren furlongs, gelllnj;— <»eorjre
W. T^bold. T to 1. wou: Clem Rcaehey 20 to 1.
*e<-ou<i; .^ally Preston. S to 2. third. Time,
Voortli race, six furlones. pursfr— T. M. Green,
li in .1 won; John Kriffon. ft to .". second; Dr.
BarVlev 13 to 1. third. Tfnie. 1:14 2-5. , \u25a0>
Fifth rm-c, mile and 70 yards— Firwt Peep. <
;r. 10 won: Cablegram. 12 to 1. second; Ad
monition. -J5 to t. third. Time. 1 : 40 1-...
Sisth ra.e, mllo and a sixteenth, selling—
Staftpdale. 3 t«. 1. won: Cowen. 5 to -, secoftd;
Otilo. 4 to I. third. Time, 1:51^
> /ehk ; sAy- ERAygrscb>> oalEv Thursday,- febrtjaey 24. iota
BF> % J #77/ IT
9^om§m^ notl^y *" and Is
EBclared Out oj ( Big Handicaps
i ' v ßoggs,Kcene Brothers' crack horse, which has been, declared but of handicaps because of illness.
CRACK RACER IN
SERIOUS CONDITION
Boggs Withdrawn From•./.'Sub
urban and Brooklyn ; Taplin
fAlay GeY UprSJwrtiy
'- - \u25a0 «.> '•\u25a0\u25a0 ' "•\u25a0 st- '\u25a0 '\u25a0
» :•" ; ' • . :f/: f/ ' \u25a0
CHICAGO. ' Feb. ! 2Z.— Boggs,- one, of
the best horses' raced ' at Emeryville
this'^season, Jias beeni/aeclared out" of
the Brooklyn and Suburban' handicaps
as a result v of severe- sickness follow
ing his shipment to Kentucky from
California. He is in a, precarious con
dition. l . . - '.
\u25a0 J
Ban May i ße Lifted
The 10 days' baa on' Jockey Tapliii
for fouling Faneuil ' Hall . with ftada
tJon Tuesday may; be lifted after the
yudges h^ye ,turther .investigated the
circumstances.: JBea well supports the
boy's claim • that Radatipn ;,is a rail
runner and that, something was wrong
with the bridle' jw.he.ii he cut across the
path of Shilling's ' m'ounu The chin
strap was broken s and the bi.t pulled
through the sid.; of Radation's mouth
When lie finished. Furthermore, Tap
lin's back carried awelt. whexe'Shilling
had struck him'VUJi awhip. , ' y." /
' , • • •\u25a0'; ••.\u25a0>• .?'\u25a0,\u25a0"', ';•
The v sale ofVEd-Ball to Bedwell.niarks
the temporary of W. 'D.
Mlllard from tlie racing game. lie
owned the, veteran champion , for. font
years and won. thirty odd-races with
him. He says Ed. I^all,Js'.a v better:'r'ace
horse now" than he.- eyer;'wa«. . : Millard
\u25a0wilh take hiS",.oniy other performer. Be
may,'to his i-anchrriearSaiita? Anita and
make a matrcTn."of her. Beinay will say
farewell -tgi» the" tuff- today... '<\u25a0
. . ; \"; \u25a0'M*.>: \u25a0s!--\-*''*y--K \u25a0
Jock^'. .Thomas' : "«as sot down for
three days 'for ;riiisbehavior in the sec
ond race..^ '*' *'-,* ' .. . . .."'\u25a0:
, t i,/ \u25a0\u25a0^\u25a0\u25a0^\u25a0->' «'. s " ':.**;\u25a0':\u25a0 *'"•;" \u25a0 • ' '-
\u25a0 Koifow/np; As a* list, pr the', winnings
at Emeryville to. date: iv"v ' \u25a0/•
B-ilw«ll. H. *;..". ............... .\. . : . . '. . .?r.,2(in
Cr*ne,' .' J. M ...•.:.:..•.;......\u25a0. .*!.320
Jmiw, C R." : - • '\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' •\u25a0• « '• "V- •• • • :'.2!i0: '.2!i0
FonnUiiK' D. 5. ; . . . -'. ; ;\ .— .'J. ... ". . . . :{.150
Keoiie. J-' o. &\u25a0& \u25a0 o. m ; ,:.. 2.830
Stockton stable A' .'.'.'•'. . j 2,617
MacMi&us/'/. r \u00841 \u25a0..,'. 2.-180
Oflkw<K)il «tix-k ran«h..jl .". 2.3.10
>»olerauit Joseph?.'. . VA "......•..' .". . 2.1T>0
Ifopp.T, \u25a0F. M ."....... . . • 2. 1 45
rrazipp & Karri 5 ;.;:."......:... -..'. .„\u25a0 2,030
<i«klaiid st»We. ;•--. A\: : -1,070
fcebreiber. J.Vr:'^.^, . ..'.--..'. . •; I.SSO
llarlan, J. S. .....'.......*....'.... .3.^70
Mnckenzle, It-, J. . . ; . :. . . . . . . . ... ....-* I.fMJO
Rchrclbpr. H. . ; .\. . ...'..%".. : f.605
7<iildwln. C A. '..-•: J ,506
Stover.. H . ...,..\u25a0 '\u0084.'... ... . . » ;.; I.WW
CaJn. William M: . : . . : ",.... ... .'. .T. . . . 1.545
CahiU,. Wi11iam.. . . . .-.'. .....: J 1,525
I'aulsen, J. • .W . ... V 1,504
Xnrtbwest stable. . . ; 1.4r,0
Amlorsoir. W. T... ........; i ...-...;.... 1,450
UowelW "H. X. . . . ....... .".. . . . .'. .*. . :(.. . 1.430
O' Leary,; L. V . ': . : : . . . V...... ..'. .* .7.*. i' 1 ,404
151 Palomar 5tab1e.. ............. .X..f.\. . 1,401'
Marks. B. h. & Co.. .'..\u25a0.,... V •••*\u25a0•• 1.370
Moorn. S: L. *.'• ... . ... ;\u25a0; .".- . . . . , 1.550
iTackwn, A. J. ... . : . . ... .'...". .... .*. . :?. .. 1,320
irohnstinA «. M.t,. ....:..:..'... rr;".;.. :..' 1,215
MiiiarOr : w. iVi '-., . \: : :. :.:':. \u25a0••.". .-; . *;: .-,-. 1,205
HatiU>ac? '«table, . t':::\i .'. . ..V ;". «..*. . ; .". .-.\u25a0 i; 202
Rp»B.-^M . . . . . \u25a0.?.".". ;•.' . .'. . . *. . . . . r;*. ?:'. . ;-*.\'.v 1, 1 05
Hose Mcaa 'Stable. .^/. . ..,'.'. ::'A ... . .".- .'; 1,120
Xapa «t<»k Tarm. '.';-. : '.'.".'.. .. ... .t:.:- 1,100
Ferguson,' J. J ..iV.'s:. v:. \u25a0..'/::.'. 1.100
Turek, 0: . .....;. 1.0.-.0
Alerckcl, -F. & C$V. .i . _',\u25a0-*. •" .'• V. ..%..'...... 1 ,(»44
CottOD. . W.- 8^,./. : 1,035
B6okfnakei\Js'.'Held''..v;\-" , / •
; OAJvLAND;vK'eb.:/23: 7^Charles Zelin
sky.= th^EmeryAille . bookmaker '/must
stanS trjal .o'lytlie charge "«f violating
the Walker-Otis anti-gjamblingnaw.'- A
dem^rreh/'lrit^rjjosed | by;hlsvattorn*ey,
Carroll rCook/^Wapioverruled 4 , today" by.
Judge 1 Brown: - j Cook I attacked--thfe ; .ya-;'
lldity.ot" the 'new. law, raising. the same
points as^Jw ere recently \ decided' by, : the
supreme !;<jourt ,in :- denying • Zelinsky's.
"application" for a' writ 6f« habeas' corpus;;
Judge ; Brown - set Zelinsky's ; trial for]
MarcK 23^ v '- :i: ;;\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0' :^<;:.i
: Answers to Queries
.A .FItJHT-^TJuliscriber, Eureka. . A says that
Jonesy'wtll wbi?«,figlit in 20. rounds/, but-th«»
UghUiHe ; declarrd . a"'. draw. Is A correct •In • bis
statement?.'^-*-",: •• ...-\u25a0:,:\u25a0. -- >« •/*.-•.• : -. "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
Jon^Svdldinotj cio^. what "•'A (said he
woul<J^corist!q«cntlyrA ts> not' right." '
AVESTOX' 11K.\€IIKS .vXATAJof':'
AIvBUQUERQUE. :, NV-.M., Feb. L'3.~
Edward 'Payson-..' AVes ton. .'spent-- last
nistit at Nayajo, Ariz. 1 IIo;.; covered
more'; than 7 40.- miles .'yesterday' -'and
that sstation /early StHisf morningJ'wlith
a journey,; of. 38 niiles: planned for to
day. f ( Western \ expects ' to cross] the \ New
Mexico ;linQ" today; and reach Manuelito,
N.;M., jbefore} 'etoppin&'fbr. the.night," /
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"BABE" REAMS TO
JOIN SACRAMENTO
Santa Clara Ball Player Signs
With Boston and Will Be
Farmed Out
[Special Dispatch lo The. Call]
. SACRAMENTO, Feb. 2Z. — "Babe"
Reams of Suisun, infielder on the Santa
Clara, baseball team and captain of the
track team, lias been signed to play
with the Boston Americans. The deal
was put through- yesterday by Man
ager Charles Graham of the Sacra
mento Coast league club. Danny Long
of the Seals and the Philadelphia Ath
letics were after Reams. He will be
farmed out to Sacramento by the Bos
ton club.
Santa Clara Is Beaten
By St; : Ignatius
/Thq gritty players of the St. Ignatius,
basket ball team reversed the decision
in the second^ basket ball game yester
day wlth_the Santa Clara five for the
college championship by a score (of 42
to 20. TJie game was played at the
Young Men's Hebrew association gym
nasium. • .
The local te^m play«d a snappy game,
while .their competitors were somewhat
handieaped, not being used to playing
on a' wooden floor. .'The opening game,
which was won by Santa Clara, wason !
a' gravel court, and ended 'in a score of
2»> to 21.
'•The playing of Flood of St. Ignatius'
was one of the features' of the game.
His^acourate throwing was a revela
tion' to the^apectators;-.
The Call's Handicap Forecast
KID NORTH^DESCENDANT— BABE NEELY ,
• FIUST RACK — futurity cours^ 3 rear olds; purse; maidens:
Imi^x . Horse t \ , fft','; Ketnarfcs . \u0084 . -
«226 . KID NORTH ..' '..;...... ...110 Was ; comlns fast' last time.
. 02211 DESCENDANT . '. ...110 Beginning to- show oUss. - •
; . '6226 BABE NEELY ...:.. 108 Shown most of others. •
0256 Rnscl '.. '...•.'..\u25a0... .109 Frequently Hose up.
t>2iift Ocean View ... 100 Has been played..
62-JC Cir?o .I<«>. Not much.
. . ... ' Satsuma Jr . \u25a0;.'....•.'.••"«•••• ..1(1) -.-.' No line. .*
, :U ILLUSION— NO QUARTER— CHITTERLINGS
. ; .•\u25a0. SECOND RACE— Six furlongs: 3 year olds and upward: "selling:
: Index." Hnrse -Wt. :\u25a0 . Remarks . •.
\u25a0 61»S ILLUSION :.....107 Last* races* <*bo«f ready. .>-..
6271 NO QUARTER .100 ' Onttlns plenty, of It. -
" 61«i7 , CHITTERLINGS ............103 * Mlsjht wake up.'
C>loß Ornate .....'.. 103 ' Capable, of good "..race. • \u25a0•,
-0252 •Jlllett \u25a0"'\u25a0-. .. ...............102 Lonjr overdue. - '/\u25a0
Oiw) BarfUara .:. 100 .Has shown little. • .
5002 Andy Darern ...103 : Not much. -
' GRACE G— FORDELtO— THISTLE BELLE
THIRD RACE— Six furlongs: 3 year oMs and upward: selling.
:. Indpi . Tlorse \u25a0 .- -'? Wt \' . .; Remarks \ • ' . -
\u25a0\u25a0< 0188: GRACE' O-. J '.'...,........ 112 • Tapliu»could make 'her. win.
0108 : FORDELLO". .V.......... 315 > -Golujf will suit him.
62.14 THISTLE BELLE .............. 107 . , l.ots of SDeed.: . a quitter. '\u25a0
«273 .'Margaret Randolph. ..11l Hard to : place. •; ,\u25a0 ; ::' "~
(U2.J2) Ampedo .. ;. ..112 Not .. a 'repeater. ;^ .f. f •- ' ' _
MADMAN— HAMPER— CLOUDLIGHT
FOURTH RACE — Five furlongs; 3 year, olds and upward r'.Temeacal liandieap: - .
\u25a0Index Horse »« • • \u25a0\u25a0• > s '.. 'Wt \u25a0" i .Remarks •••\u25a0-•\u25a0'.\u25a0 .-."•., \u25a0
\u25a0(8050) MADMAN"-./; ........ :..'........:122 Xotliiuu to catch' him. '\u25a0 .« •
i 02f$2 HAMPER ...-.;. ....... ...105 Last race unaccountably, bad. '\u25a0
/ 6212 CLOUDLIGHT ...V...100 Races not up to form.' '\u25a0 ..* \u25a0\u25a0 \u0084.
"0212 All Alone ...... .....;.. ...•••\u25a0•'••-• s; >^ ' \u25a0\u25a0- . '". \u25a0', '\u25a0. ; '" •' \u25a0 '-':. '.-'-. l -
2532- Johnny Lyons .\u25a0........-'••••••\u25a0 10 ° (\u25a0'\u25a0•'\u25a0 • ' * -
' ELEANOR ROBSON— TOM O'MALLEY— TROCHA '
• FIFTH RACK-^-One mile: 3 year olds and upward; selling:
:*liidex- ... Horse -\u25a0-..-» •;, . • :\\*t .\u25a0•..;\u25a0• -. v.v Remarks".. \\<\< ' > '
C2oo> ELEANOR ROBSON »./.....:....... S" Should , fly .with, weight.
. «2."5 TOM O'MALLEY * ;'. . -V. ••• •• • S!> ' Last race glres chance./
1 C 271 TROCHA \u25a0'\u25a0';:..:~.;.:.:.:.'.....;...'....".104; :..:~. ;.:.:.:.'..... ;...'.. ..".104 Hasn't <ran. : up to work, v v \u25a0 ,*., *. -
\u25a0 «2.i2 Catallne •." .'.',':. ;..:..:.\u25a0\u25a0>•\u25a0• — ...111 • .-/Should close stoutly. • '
f!OH:S ; •W'olfvllle <...;. '.*..".: .'.10« Oould win on -old .form. "\u25a0.
H271 Argoi^Vit '...'.;;.".\u25a0 .......'. 109 Best if he 'likes a routed*. : V
t:iSf> Geuc Russell .'. 11l '\u25a0 Others about equal. . \u25a0
»;27s •coHert 0 " "v! : ! .';!'.."!' l l ; i.'.V.X !ion ::"\u25a0-.\u25a0; / - . '- •'\u25a0..•-; .' '
0117. -.•Lithoiin .*:.':.;...:.;.... ....... ....iw \u25a0;-..:...•„-\u25a0;.•• :_\- .- •,•.',.
• ::;•; V ; THOIVIAS CALHOUN-^HAMPASS— DR. DOWNIE
SIXTH RACK— Six furlongs;. 3 year olds and upward: SUlinc: ' V '\u0084;
Index ;< * ' irorse \u25a0.>>-. . Wt X > \u25a0 Remarks-:', \u25a0- \u25a0_ . 'V,,
f.148 THOMAS CALHOUN ..".:...\u25a0•••• ll:? ' Onehtto' win here. >:
£6234 HAMPASS ........ion Slioul.i s.x,n be ~ood. • .• /
fi2- r >7 ; ; *DOCTOR D0WN1E '.". ..." i".'..;i ".'..; 101 His racers; uneven. T . .../*,-\u25a0 • '
STANFORD JUNIORS
DEFEAT "SOPHS"
Third Year Class Nine Wins by
Score of 9 to 5 in Seven
Inning Game
STANFORD UNIVERSITY. Feb. 23.—
The juniors " won the interclass base
ball championship this afternoon by de
feating the sophomores, 9 to 5. The
second year men batted well in the
early part of, the game; but lost form
in the fifth, inning, after which there
were plenty of hits. and errors.'
The game was called off in the sev
enth inning because of darkness. The
score, was as follows:
Juniors'- 1 — 9 runs, 8 hits, 4 errors.
' Sophomores— s runs,, 5| hits, 6 errors.
Big Track Meet to Be
Held Saturday
All who were to have taken part in
Tuesday's' field ; day, which was post
poned on account ot the rain, have
promised to be on hand next Saturday
afternoon to participate in the meet.
The appearance of . Horine, the Stan
ford freshman high Jumper, . who has
been doing "so much remarkable high
jumping the last month, will no doubt
attract considerable Attention. Against
the; cardinal jumper will -be. Taylor, the
best jumper of the University of Cali
fornia, and pave " Martin, the former
Stanford intercollegiate champion. ""who
has been competing for the Olympic
club for the laet two years.
The two mile team race will be the
big event, with eight teams of seven
men each competing; this is the larg
est number of contestants that have
ever run in anyone race on the sta
dium track. "
E. W. Clarke
PLUNGER UNSWORTH
MEETS REVERSES
Drops $15,000 in Twp Days and
Then Decides to Lay Off
if or. a While
Plunger Urrsworth. has temporarily
quit the game. /The' local bettor who
has "sent a number of liandbookmcn to
the wall had a couple of bad days and
he decided to lay off.
Unsworth is probably ahead $65,000
on the season. After Bill King, the
local handbo'okman welched with sev
et-al thousands of the plunger's money
Unsworth had a\ bad streak and he
dropped $15*00^ in two days. His luck
seemed" to be 1 going against him and
he decided to take a rest.
Last Friday he bet $2,000 on Babe
Neely, a 15 to 1 shot which ran thir/1.
The long shot made a clever showing,
being beaten a nose and a head by
Phil Mohr and Descendant respectively.
It is reported that if he had cashed
this bet a number of handbookmen
would have been unable to pay him.
Unsworth has following a sys
tem- which has-'netted him a fortune
after' practically starting on a shoe
string. Unsworth's recent losses vrere
the- restilt : ;of. abandoning his system.
After arfew days at the springs he
contemplates coming back and taking
another whirl at the game.
Aberdeen" Team Finally
\u25a0 Out of League
SEATTLE, Wash.. Feb. — The
Aberdeen baseball club suffered a final
defeat in .the superior court today when
Judge Mitchell Gilliam handed down
a decision refusing Aberdeen's request
for a court order to compel the North
west baseball league to reinstate the
club, which was dropped "for business
reasorjs" as provided in the bylaws.
The' court held that no evidence of
undue influence fraud had been
produced and that the contention of
the league had been sustained that
Aberdeen had • been dropped because
Portland had ' withdrawn from the
league and a city could not be. fottnd
to take Portland's place and complete
a six club league Today's decision is
expected to end the northwest baseball
controversy.
Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver and Spo
kane constitute a four club leasue and
have already adopted a playing- sched
ule. Aberdeen has sold some players
and is negotiating- for the disposal of
others and,ithe disbandment of the club.
Reed Holds Stanford
Record for 100
— : /
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Feb. 23.—
The papers,/prQvin^ that H. E. Reed
'10 ran 100 x yards in 10 seconds flat at
Pro\*o, ;Utah,. have arrived on the
campus '-and establish beyond the
shadow ,of • a doubt that this speedy
runner . now holds th^ Stanford rec
ord for 1 , this distance, which was for
merly held jointly by H. L. t Hamilton
'04, J. R. Plolman '09. H. E. Reed *10
and T/ L. Colman '12 at the mark of
• o 1-5 second§. ; ;Reed has signified his
intention of taking* up track work
this spring and is to commence strict
training in a »w weeks in order that
he may be able *to compete in the
intercollegiate contest.
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FANS PICK BLUE
AND GOLD NINE
Pitcher Only Uncertain Position
of Team on "Dope" of the
Baseball Followers
BERKELEY. Feb. 23. — Baseball fani
at the L T niversity of California" have al
ready decided on the men who wil^
wear the college colors aeninst Stan
ford in the big intercollegiate series ta
be held in April. Although Coach
Smith and Captain Lewis have not ye»
picked all the men who will play tha
positions, followers of the game ar«
confident that they tan, with the ex
ception of the pitcher, name the men
who will face the cardinal in six
weeks.
Of the men who have been sending
over thf? curves for the Californians,
Freshman Smith and "Lank" Harris
seem the most promUinfc. Smith has
shown science and cool headedneu in
the three games' he has played. Har
ris officiated at the only win the var
sity has had to its credit this season.
STO.NKII AVIU, CATCH*
Behind the bat Reg Stoner will
probably hold down the position h«
occupied last term. Although subject
to wild spells, his sure pegging to
second has time and agrain caught the
runner of an opposing team.
Greenlaw will occupy the initial slab,
the position he played last year. He
has played every game this season and
has no competitors for the place.
At second the contest is still un
decided. Gay lias been playing the po
sition since bein? ousted from the
third sack by Allen, but O'Kelly's hard
battins and bis marked Improvement
•seem to point to him as number four
on the team. •" ;V '\u25a0;
Allen, although in the running for
only the fast two weeks, has already
demonstrated his superiority over al
most every other player on the team.
He has replaced Gay on tliird in the
last two j?am»3, and ia practically as
sured of the position.
Captain Lewis will play at short.
He played the second bag last year.
In the outfield l.'oane in the left gar
den is looked on as certain of his place.
His errorless work and. Ills heavy hit
ting: have marked him as superior to
White and all the other candidates for
the position.
CI.K.NDEM.N l.\ CKVTER
C'lendenin is named for center. His
work has been steady.
In right field Salisbury has secured
his place, his work at the bat also
ranking high.
The team which will face the car
dinal this year is lacking in the indi
vidual stars whom last season's train
ing developed. None of the aspirants
for the pitcher's position can compare,
with "Indian" Forker.. who occupied
the slab in a 17 Inning game last year.
Lewis is not showing the class ho
displayed last year.
In fact, the slump has not confined
Itself to the captain. For the last few
weeks the entire team ha 3 been work-^.
ing under a hoodoo, running up 10 and
I*2 errors in a single game. Coach
Smith is confident, however, that the
ragged playing is only temporary and
that six weeks more of vigorous prac
tice will round the team into such
shape as to. enable the men to give a
good account of themselves when they
meet the Palo Alto lads in the bi^
series of the season.
DR. ROLLER DEFEATS TURK
OTTUMWA., la., Feb. 23. — Dr. R' F.
Roller won two straight falls from.
Turk Chakir in a catch as catch can
wrestling bout here last night.
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