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The Call's Page of Sports
HORSE FALLS AND
JOCKEY IS INJURED
Fifth Race Full of Thrills—Emeryville
Meeting Extended 20 Days
Racing Now Scheduled to Close May 5
President Thomas H. Williams of the ' New California
jockey club announced officially yesterday evening that the
race meeting at Emeryville wpuld be extended 20 days beyond
the 100 days already scheduled and that possibly a further
extension would be announced later. The 1 00 days* session
would have ended April 7. May 5 now becomes the prospec
tive closing date.
The fifth race at Emeryville yesterday was about as frill of thrills as
it is possible to crowd into a single event. A fallen horse, an injured rider,
a spectacular exhibition of horsemanship by another jockey, a, hair raising
finish in the race itself and a big plunge in tlie belting ring all contributed
to the excitement.
It was a mile race,- with 10 horses at the barrier. Thomas Calhoun and
French Cook opened equal choices at threes, but. the flood of coin on the
first named horse, with Coburn riding, drove his price down to 13 to 5.
Tremargo also drew a heavy play and was' cut by the layers from sixes to
sto 1. French Cook receded to tens.
rREMARGO WINS IN DRIVE c
After the bunch got on the first turn Tircniargu and French Cook took.
up the dud. and then French Count got ifito what looked like a winning
lead. Thomas Calhoun, always close up, got into second place on the turn
fri the stretch and iust as his backers looked for him to take command he
stumbled and fell. From there on the
struggle was between French Cook,
Tremargo and Roberta, and-Tremargo
pot the verdict by a nose from French
Cook, with .Hampass a close third.
TAPLI.V HKHDS RIXAWAV
It was after the finish that the
crowd had its final thrill. Taplin. on
The Wrestler, had pullM up to avoid
running over the fallen horse and
jockey, and ~ivhe:i the riderloss steed
started tearing down the tra<k Taplin
raced up alongside-* him and grabbed
the reins. The; horse was still strug
gling for freedom wh^n the pair
dashed by the stand. The youngster
lost his grip at the clubhouse, but re
peated his cowboy feat, caught the
runaway and led him back to the
f^tand. The .crowd cheered the feat
wildly. Coburn suffered a cut lip and
lost a tooth in the accident. * »
In the way of racing it was a fair
day for form players, three favorites
winning and the others being mediums
of lively play. Arasee, held nt 13 to 2i).
took the Efealdsburs handicap by a
head from the fast finishing Edwin T.
Fryer. .\rase£ "is not supposed to like
the mud and Blakely is said to have
made an effort to withdraw him from
the event. Glass handled thft horse ad
niirably all through the bad going and
kept him bang up to Raleigh's pace,
fcilvrr Knight made a.n effort to get up
at the half mile post, but was cut off
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
Ordor In tvhirb liorf^s figure to The Call Handicap is indicated In Maok face type.
OAKr.VND Wcdn<-«Kls;r. March W>. 1910.' — Kijrht.v-fourtli d3y. Weather showery. Track
j,,«fcy. K. «'. H<--|'f>cr. pre*i'3:tig judge. J. J. Holtman. starter. \ ;_
COOQ FIUST RACE — Sis furlongs; felling; 4 j-(-«r olds and upward; xalue to first ?l."50.
ii,«l«>K.: Horse and' Qwnpr. ;\VtSt. U V-.. »i Str. Fin. 1 Jock«-y. I Op. CI.
\u2666 X4T . ( I ) BEN~STONE, .1 «H.G.Ross)iJl2; 1 ... 13 1 h 1 I^l 2 IRottls: 4 5 .
\u2666>««<> !R»»<1ODdo. a 0.. W. S«-nrs> 1112; ' ... 4 2%4 4 4 2 2 h Kederls > 15
*;:;4S lAnglcfa^. 4 <J..lit.sou A; i;.)..ilOPj 2 ... 2h 2 2U.2 i; :; 2«i Rice .;;...\u25a0•• « 8
rr.il :Kal>rboff. t! iM.-I'brrPon* \IIS\ -3 ... S3 '.» 261 4u A. Williams. It) Vi
6295 :<2)COBLESKILL, 6 iSalt I>Vc» 112 4 ... «'i7>i 82. 5.1 Gross* ;. S . 10 •
«;aV7 I.a.ir R-ahs.laor. 4 (Mtllrr|... 1W 6 ... ."• 1 5.1 *n 6 1 |Callabau .... 0 > ;
i.r.X •Vo/ierfl.-id. » tKraziert 1112110 ... »H 62 514 7 n Taplin 5 «-2.,
•;371 iWoodlaiMlcr. 4 (W, Cahiin... 110, 5 ... 3 3 S3 i 3H*> l h !Mentr> r ..... -. « 10 \u25a0
r.371 !(3)D. WARnELD. 4 <W&Mc> Uisi « ... 7252«4 « 4 K. Martin... 4 .7
liZSi tCatalinc. a iT. Bnttern>ld>. \u25a0 .Jll2l 9 ... 10 10 10 10 IE. Smith.. .. 15 '-'0
5i mf » — -24 :;-r. •4'»2-r», 1:10 2-3. At post »\u25a0* minute. Off at I:43 Vi. Stone, 2 place, 6-5 phcfTT; •
liedond-v. <j pla<-«'. 3 show; Anslcface, *-5 snow. Winner b. g. by Iscn .Strorae-Bcldaca.
Trtimsi by A. U. Denny. Scratched — *ZXi) Birth. CM) Wanfr. Start good for all but Cop
pferSeld. W<iu cleverly. 'Second driving. TUliii handily. High price-^Lady IlciissPlaer »,'.'
Ctniperfield G, Uavid Warfield 10. Ben Stone iinprwr-d greatly. Off-flicely. he made .crery
li<»-t h vanning onr. Bwlondo ran his race.- f-o did Angleface. .Kalserhoff closed well.
«'<ipn«»rficld. almost left, rau a good race, but effort to get-up-told at the end. Woodlander
eoiae tipeed. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '^_ \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0••.\u25a0-\u25a0
g4QQ SKCONI) RACE— Three and a half furlongs; purse; 2 year olds; value to first $150.
luri*-*.! ll»>r>-<- and Owner. iWt St. V. 'i r4 Str. Fin. I . Jockey. ) Op. ,C!.
<;37b j<I) HELEN BARBEE (Andr6.n)il<>nj 1 13 13 1 »5 IRlce 2~5 7-20'
,iiuy<i) \u25a0Aragoni'so (Yauke & C0.).V. . .|lO9| 4 3 3 5 2's2 H IKeogh H» 10
«a7S i(2)KOBMAK (U. W. Berry t . . l Jl2| •'> ... -•• 4 2 8 I^3 3 Gross ...:... 5 10
C^til Milt Jrm«»s »G. A. Martina!! '• . .'HI9; 2 On 3 3 4 n |I'ngf -..-. N•\u25a0 S
.... j(3)PLUVIOUS <T. W. O'Brii-n>Slo& 5 2 % 4 1 5 2J4 OUsr 6 ''JS
•w42 [La Canwnrue <MacManus> [106 6 63 «3 «3 |A. Williams. .10,-100
iOUmlc iDcvin & ('.\u25a0\u25a0> IKO; 7 7 7.7 ICoburn -. oO 20U
'lime — :24 J-o, :42 2-5. At p'ist 2 minutes-, off at 2:12. Helen, 1-6 place, out show; Ara-
K'jncse. 2 place. 7-10 phow: Korniak. 7-10 show. Winner eh. f. by PecpK>*-I>ay-I.ady Bram
lilc. Trtined hr J. Itiiawiid. Scratched — — — Alulgatl K. Start good: Won easily."'
S«'«^ud and third »:ime. High price — Helen Bartxrc ' 1-2, Aragonese 12. \u25a0* Milt 'Jones . 10. *
Helen Harbee had the speed and was ueTer.ln danger, although • Rice, beginning to -ease
up on her at the end, wai* nearly caught sapping, as Aragonese. closing with a- rush, ght
up pretty close <t>uld have won off, however, had Rice gone on Instead of easing up.
Arag<mr-»e elos»-<l very gamely. • Koruiak blow to l^gin a* usual. Milt Jones never lnjit>~i
lMiivious hliow-pd good y{>ced and will Impniyp with racing.' \u25a0" •\u25a0 ' - - \u25a0
CQQ4 THIRD UACE— Futurity counse; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to first $200.
lnd<-i.; Horn- and Owner. jWt;St- \% Mj % Str. Fin. | Jockey. I Op. *'A.
<«k;2i;(2)BALRONIA, 3 <HopiK>r»...!lolj 1 ... 4 2'/i2 2^2 4 l;2UfT«|>lla 5-2 9-5
O«7:«j Sottoll. «j <W. Cahlll> 1114 4 ... 11 13 11 2 5 jMentry 5-2 11-5
«:J2n |(B)GILBERT EOSE, 3 <B«^lwl)| 02 5 ... 2% 3 3 3 I>i3 v IKederls- .'...-. 5 10
«C-{<i (Marburg. 4 fPaddrx-k & C«. » . . !l«Kj! 7 \u0084 . 7 4 »-i 5 1 4 4 IKennedy .... «i . 15j
•U>T,2 |(1)W. T. OVERTON, 5 <Suln*]lloi 3 ... :t 1%5 Vi 0 2 5 « IPage ........ >' :i 0^
(343 5 <UavJdw>n> 1103 2 ... 0 2 0 2 4 n •! «4 |A. -Williams. " B 10
«SttO ,I>o\alta. 5 <C. H. Wldeman>..| »7 ti ... 5n 7 7 7 IBr-Marttn. .-. "50 150
Time — UI4 2-5. :4a 4-5. 1:011-5, 1:111-4. At post 1 minute. Off at 2:35. Balronla, 7-W place,
1-3 viiow; s^cwell, 4-5 pla«r. 2-5 show; Rose. 8-5 snow. Winner b. f. by Balgowan Sebas
titina. Tr/in«-d by ri. C. Cottrcll. Scratch ed— <J3C2 Dr. Dougherty. (G37o> - Xbistle Belle,
«rjr,:i Serrfcetice. «3*2 Fshcy. >tart good. Won' easily .Second same. Third driving.. High
yrirt — Sewel! 3. TarUin waited with Balronia first half mile, made bis move In the stretch
»md the filly gallop<-d owr >>«-well at the end. had no , Gilbert Rose ran
to present form. Mai-burg gamest of tbc balance. Ovcrton showed -a little • early speed,
hut wat- »<*>n dou**. , . J \u25a0 •- '
C4QO FOURTH RACE— One and a sixteenth miles; the Hesldsburg haudicap; 3 year olds
wwflh and upward: value to flm 1275. .__ \u25a0 \u25a0 . '-•\u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0.-\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
ludex-1 _, Horoe and Owner. {Wt gt. \j »^ 94 Str. Fin. 1 'Jockey. I Op. 01.
<«;:;sO|i(I)AEAfEE. 5 <C. J. Quinnj.jlOft; 4 2 2 2>4 2 3 lolb Glass ....... 1-213-20
<6->l»!(»)E. T. FEVER, 0 (Walhsn fls| 54», 45 3 1>43 n 2 2^4 K. Martin... S 8
(iO.Vi iVftdzu. <; .(11. «. BedwelH.. .. 101 3 6 5 3 a .4 ,1 3 2 Taplin 7 S
«:.-S6 jßiii^igh. 5 il. H. Milleri.S.. JK>: «i 12 1"\ 1 h 2 2 4 5 Cailahan .... 12 12
83S0 !(2)SIL. KNIGHT. 4 «Joueet.|ldG 1 3 1 ."! 1 4 1 »J5 . 5 Vosper .. .'. 5 5
-<^M) Johnny Lyow, «> <H»yps» I »0! 2S 4 6 FulW up \u25a0 Kodepls l.. . . . 30 'm \
tu9m — :24 2-C'. ,:50 2-5.-1:15 3-5.' 1:42. 1:452-5. At |Ki!.t >4 minute/. Off at 2:sS>£. Ar«kM»«. 2-3
place. IT.Il T .l i-now : Fryer,. 11-5 pla<-e. 11-10 show; Nadiu. 4-5 show. Winner b. g.-by Blues- *
Bnucb. Trained by A. G. BUkely. Start good. Won^rlvtng. Second- easily. Third'same.
liigb price — Silver Kuigbt ii. Arasep lay second to KBle!gh to the- stretch, where he* took"
the lead, and jnvt lasted. He is not overfond of the going that prevailed today. Edwin
- T. Fryer clo»*d very t-trone. Just falling to get on. He is back to his form now. Nadzu
in worst going all tinaj quarter. Raleigh d gged it after .showing good speed. Silver
Knight append to bo Ktale. • '. • \u25a0 . : ' \u25a0
6393 FIFTH RACE — One mile; selling; 3 year olds and upward;, value to first $200. ....
liiflrx.l Horw awl owprr. IWt'St. V, \u % Str. Flu. | Jockey. I Op. .cT
i;:'.7l |Treni»rg<>. 4 <Qiiiulan & 1*.»..i100 2 I~h 3~n 3 n 2 nib IKennedy .. - 6•6 • ~5
«n!77 (I)FEENCH COOK, 4 (Jones) 10!) 3 2 n 11 1114H 2 ly. Vosper .. 3 /W
«S-S |Hampa»-s. 4 *J- J. Conner)... 112 9 « 2 « 1 5 2>^C 2 3h * KederU . - 10 201
«KS* jßolxrta, 3 <H. A. Mercer) «r, 1 5 2«j4 Z- 2»;3%4 1W P> Martin... 12 -30
CTCS j(2)KE. BISHOP. 4 (McManus) 114 8 7 2 7 2 o>*sil 5 b Page \ ;.. '* *i '\u25a0 7
(<;S69)i(3)STEEL, 4 iJ. Ktowe) HO!) 74 >i ',n 4^41 61 Rice, . -6 6
WSS iNaßmerlto. 4 (Fetjtluma stable )jlO»i 610 JO 7 4 7 3 7 4 J King -50 100'
«;-508 IllUßlon. 8 (J. Schrelbcr). 11l 5 S3 8 5 8 8 8 'W * Garcan" " 6 8
\u2666c:G3 The WrMllrr. C (Bedwell) 110 10 9 4 9 2 Hi Pulled up Taplin ....... 5 10
f.r^4 Thoma* Calhoun. .1 (J. Birneg)lll3 4 3 I^2 li Fell / Coburn :.... 3 13-5
lime — :25 2-5. :50 4-5. 1:17. 1:45. At p<)6t 3 minutes. Off at . 3>:27. Tremargo, 2 place 4-5
t-how; Cook. S place. 11-5 show; Hanjpass, 4 show. Winner eh. b, by Handsome-Florenze
W. Trained by J. J. Quiclan. Scratched— 63,7 Hn»h Money. 0375 .Rubric. . -Start : good. ,•
-Won driving. S«M>nd and third same. High price — Thomas Calhoun' 4. • Tremargo always ''\u25a0
close op, closed very gamely and Ju-t got up. French C»k had the foot and ran his race.
Hampaes r«o a game race. Roberta made a good showing. Mr. Bishop broke badly and
ran below hte f«irm> Steel qolt. Calhoun fell when be looked dangerous. •_ • '. ' \u0084 : .;
COQjf SIXTH RACE— Sir furlongis; selling; 4 year olds and upward; .value to. first $150.
Indeac.l • Horse and Owner. IWf.st. M U »; Str. Fin. } : Jockey. \u25a0<-. | - Op: -CI. .
"«377 |(3)AMPEDO. ti fWayland Co.) 115 4 ... 2 1 V42 3, 2 4 IW. Pag* .. .. _<{ tg. s .
(5519) Ingham, « <T. Kirk).. ....112 1 ... 1 2%1 2 , : 1 I!s2 £~ A. Williams. • 3 :13-R: l3-R
«53.-4 tI)BLACKEHEEP. 5 IM. Rles) 110 2 ...: 3 3 33- 3 2^3 •%r% r Kederig .{!!. - 2-2
5476 Genera! Haley, a (P. Howlcy) 112 7 ... j 1-4 h 4 11*4 10 KeogU.....'. 7% 12
41>21 Saracinewf, 6 .. 112 8 ... 8" H 2VAft 3 51% Cotton- .:«.'.. 20 \u25a0 .10
«220 Tiflis. 4 (A." Gr«^nlevc) .10s 6 ....«n 8 i3-6h Rice.. , "n 'SO
«316 C. J. Cox. a U"Hrrar & O.K. 112 3 ... «> 2.. n X 7 5 Taylor V.;.;. 20 40
C2S3 (2)M. RAHDOLPS, .1 (Bedwl) UP' .'»... \u25a0\u25a0* '.a »•' j2 8 Tapli n .;:... '^ -4"
-Time— :24 35. \u25a0•:«.". 1:133-5. At post 1 minute. Off at 3:5(5. Ampedo. C-5. place. 3-fi show; ;
iDgham, 8-5 place. 7-10 show; Blacki-Jicep. 2-5 (-how. , dinner br. h. by 'A lveswt-Uay Dream.
Trained by K. Wayland. Scratched— «vJsS>) l.aivanie. (6320) Arthur 'Hyraan.: <s:i«0 - Betl- -
snicker. 6331 Burning Bush. Start good.* won driving., becondeasily.'.;Tblrd driving. High
price— BUckt-ueep \l l-5. M»rg»ret : Randolph 9-2., Ainpedo closed very : stoutly and \ outsamed
loghani right at the end. Ingbam high In flesh.. He had ,the % Fj)eed, but began . to . ston -as
:\u25a0: ' It ebcrt ; rlgtt , at the • end. >~ Blacksteep bee t of . the ; otaert • Marsuet \u25a0 BaadQjpb.' bled. ; :' ,:,.-'\u25a0
E. W. CLARKE
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and thereafter never in the running.
Nadzu- closed fast on the -rail to take
the show.
Rice, on the 7 to 20 shot. Helen Bar
bee, came near tossing- ojff the baby
| race In the last jumps?. He got her
I off in front and, after disposing of
! O'Brien's overfat Tluvius, making his
j first start, thought he had th« race
won. He eased up at the paddock and
j had to call on the filly again, three
\ jumps from the wire, to beat out the
! fast finishing lonK shot Araponese.
Ben Stone accounted for the opening
! sprint with 5 to 1 against him. Cop
[ pertield. with Taplin riding-, was made
favorite, but broke badly and could
never get up. Redondo got the place
by a he-ad a head from Angleface.
Balronia and Sewell were both playeo*
for the third sprint over the futurity
j course, and though the old horse broke
i fiyinp and ted to the paddock, the" filly
! causht him "tiring and won by more
than two lengths. Gilbert Rose, first
away from the barrier, just lasted to
I take the show from Marburg.
j The card closed with a husky, play.
' supposed to have been followed by
j Yankee, on the supposed cripple Ing
1 ham. The old fellow went out in front
•and opened a gap that looked good to
! the wise contingent, but Ampedo came
j along in a stretch drive and finished at
J half length in front of the good thing, j
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THE SA^ : FRANGISGO GALL; C THURSDAY,^M^R€H#I7,^I9IO.
Calif ornia Five Meets Olympics
Tonight in P. A. A. Semi Finals
University of California basket ball team. From left to right the men are: Bailey (captain), ;Bartlett, Joses,
Cleveland, Prouty, Matthew, Jory^ Jones (manager). -'•'\u25a0', \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0.' ' r '\u25a0 \u25a0 .
.: , : : -^ . ;; — • • • ' ' — »
JONES TO PITCH
AGAINST SEALS
Former Local \u25a0 T wirier, Who
Jumped, to State League,
'\u25a0Will Oppose Old /Mates
Oscar Jones, .who was one of the I
frogs that jumped from the Seals dur
ins the early part of last season and
landed. in. the State league, will try to
get revenge on his old team mates by
pitching agains£ them this afternoon at
the Valencia street grounds.
Jones will do., the twirling tor. the
Fresno Tigers, who will clash with the
local champions. The game is sched
uled, to be~ played at 2:30 p. m. Thcf
southern, team has beaten the White
Sox, and this afternoon's argument
should be interesting.
White Sox team No.. 2 arrived yes
terday and the members of the club
\u25a0were- out at the Valencia street grounds
getting in shape. There arc many well
known faces- in the lineup of the sec
ond division of Comiskoys aggrega
tion. ; , - .: - v ' '• / •
The big leaguers and- the Commuters,
play this afternoon at -Freeman's park,
Oakland. It- is the rtrst appearance this
year of No. 2 -team around this part.
The players are' getting in shape: and
they are expected , to show better form
than the first team, which recently de
parted. -\u25a0' \u25a0 -'~ "\u25a0'''-
On Friday the- \u25a0\u25a0 White Sox play the
Seals on this sidef of the bay. and also
on Saturday and afternoons.
. Long's, men spent. a strenuous after
noon' on "the. ball field, and they did a
lot of practice work. The Seals appear
to be in fine shape, and if . ssonifithing
does> not go wrong the- local team will
be in tiptop shape when. the season
opens. Slivers-.Henley, the; local twlrler,
got in a uniforni-ahd. worked out with
the? other . members, of the team.
Long is enthusiastic about his team
and- says that the Seals', will be the
ones to beat' for, the pennant. lie olaims
that,.his .team :.will be even better than
last year, v and says he has been fortu
nate,in getting some, new, men who are
high class ball players.^ .'-,
- President _ ' HerriianhJ, "of the- State
league. announced his, staff of .umpires
yesterday.- Jimmy Toman, Charley Ir
win and -G. Hayes were named. ~ :
-Toman'.wiH. be. remembered- as. an, old
Pacific. Coast- league ball •player. Last
year he'umpircd in the Coast league.
Irwin is, a former big' leaguer and also
played- on i the r; San- Francisco team.
Hayes- was an | umpire -in - the- Central
association, league'ari'd' comes . weir rec
ommended. "•>"'. ,i_ ....: ; . ;', _._'..'
Three Basket Ball Games
Scheduled tonight
The basket balP tournament of 'the
Pacific 'athletic ,association \ will .be -re
sumed • .this' evening;, at the Pastime
athletic club. ; : -'At\7:3oTtho tearri'Jof the
Columbia - Park-, boys'" club will "be j pit
ted -against : the. Oakland^ high \u25a0 school
for the-110;pound- championship of # the
state. ? . vi. *-- -:\u25a0;\u25a0:. v, - : .;"-" '\u25a0 \u25a0•'\u25a0 ••:'
.The* second ganie^ of the 'evening, will
also bet' "a championship' contest, .in
which -Oakland'! high .school 'will, play
the" .lightweights cadets of the 'First
CongregationaFchurch of Oakland. The
formers team is, one of. the .classiest ; in
the .tournament and is looked^ upon-as a
winner..-, -a*'. " '. \u25a0 , '\u25a0' ;.-• '" ,- ;,'\u25a0:.-,\u25a0 \u25a0,"\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0'.
' /Wie. third. game will .be. between the
unlimited teams pf- the -Olympic ;club
and- the 'University of? California. "The
latter^' was' the. .winner!' of last : year.'s
tournament \u25a0; in \u25a0; this";.' class, f.but '/this
game,' i 'whlchr is- a T . semifinal/; is J,the- first
tournamenti* contest! itliat ; .the ."college
boys ,have;played- in. this year.;;; * ' - ,'
. The \u25a0> tournainent-;.w!U 'be -completed
Saturday 'night: II 7*7 * The = country
teams * wHl^arrive j tomorrow; \u25a0 f rom?Wat
sonvllle,/Santa"Cruzi'Sacraimentp. Peta
.lumai and 'Stockton'andiwiir^play; 1 both
torhorrow. and' Saturday, nights. .
OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED
, BERKELEY,. March; 16.-^-Officials for
the :flfth -annual I Intercollegiate f resh
man_tracHiand";field meet,:; which "will
be l;eld'ion \> the; oval of .*; the s university,
Saturday' afternoon, i havelbeenVselected
and. comprise; ajhumber /of fprmerj^var-"
Bity/stars." jThe^names of . the »men ,who
will -represent £the \u25a0\u25a0 blue iand-Sgoldiwill
be .; announced J; by '^rfilner ..Christie > to
morrow.': The .officials will - be : ~ ' - •
',' .Referee— - Kllott';.-;; starter^Maiues;."tinierg—
Snedißav. :- Roth, : Colonel ; Edwards, Fuller," llsm
tuetumlth."'\u25a0•\u25a0.,\u25a0\u25a0-.. :^ -.!/,\u25a0 \u25a0.:'\u25a0 . '•--.\u25a0-<
".Iude«««:of ..weights — Gilmore'.Balzari. > Presley."
Crawford.^ ,-.?i\> <-\u25a0•:\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0;'-.•\u25a0\u25a0 v" ;,\u25a0•-\u25a0\u25a0••-. -\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0.'-.-.
• Judges' l of V^ump*— Hall.* Cooler.- 53eott." Beliah.'
'. Finish iudjres— Doctor Angell," Tow ell;. Woolsey.
Hickej.;Ciieek^«ad fltth. -. .\u25a0-» : .^: . . - . - ."'.
WHITE SOX SHUT
OUT BAKERSFIEID
Blackburn Makes Home Run on
Succession of Erfors by
Opponents
[Special Ditpalch to The Call]
BAKERSFIELD, March 16. — By a
score of 3 to 0, the Chicago .White
Sox shut out Bakersfield here this aft
drnoon. The game, although specta.cu
lar at times, was frequently marred by
the glaring errors of the local men, a
; succession of which enabled Blackburn
; to make a home run. . Double plays
j were frequent, live in all being credi
1 ted. The score:
: : WHITE. SOX:.
AB. It. BH. PO. A. E.
Messc-ngpr, 1. f 4 0 2 10 0
Zeidor, 2b 4 0 2 3 40
Beall. r. f .....4. 0 1 t 11
(iandil. 1b ...'4 0 2 -10 1." 0
Blackburn, ss 4 2 1 2 iS- 0'
Pnrtoll, T,b 4 0 1 *4 1 010 1
Collins," c. f. ' *. 4 0 0 2 ft 0 !
Block, c. :: 'i 11 4 1 -.' o '
Smith, p U 0 0 0 0 .1
Total J...:!4 :j 9-27 14 2i
BAKEKSFIELU
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Allen. 2b. : 4 0 2 1 .2-.-0
l>ngle; Bb. . : 4 0 0 .1 2,2
Ilearne, ss. ..' '..... 4 •• . "I ' - 2 r> ' 'I '
Devercaux, lb 2 <» . <• 0 o (I i
Garrity. r. f .3 .00 I 1 n
Williams, 1. f. 0 O 0 2 I 0;
(lalbraltb, c. f. \u0084 .'{ 0 1 :: 0 1
Hoff. c. :: xr v, .'! 31
Watters, 1 c." 0 0 0 0 0-0
Haii,.p 1 0 0 1 :; 0
Uow, p. ... 2 0 10 1 0
jTotal ..20 0 3- 27 11 6
[RDKSfAND HITS BY INNINGS
White Sox ;0 0 0 0 10 0 11—3
. Basehits ..:... 1 10 01 2 0 2 2-j 9
Bakersfield .... . 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 o o— o
'Basehits ...... 2 '.'\u25a0 1 ' 0 0 0 1 ' 0 01—5
. \u25a0\u25a0/ .'\u25a0' . \u25a0<, \u25a0': -SUMMARY
Three \u25a0 base - hit — Blackburn. . ..Two base, bit—
Hearne.' Sacrifice hit — Smith. First base ,on
errors — Bakersfield 2, White Sox 8. First base
on called balls — Off Spilth 1. Left on bases —
Bakersfleid .J. White .' Sox \u25a0' W,'. Struck out-^-By
Smith 3,<by IlallX Stolen bases — tUirtell. Allen.'
Hit' by pitched ball — Block." by Dow. Double
plays — Oandil to Zelder. .Blackburn to Zeider.to
Gsndil, Zcider-to Gandll, Buall to Blackburn,
Allen to Hearne to Dovercnus. - Wild pitch —
Dow." \u25a0 Time of game— l hV>ur "and- 30 minutes.
Umpire — Weaber.. Scorer — SahbournJ , . \u25a0 i '
The Call's Handicap Forecast
FATHER STAFFORD— BELLE KINNEY— NO QUARTER ~
FIRST RACE— Sis -furlonjrs; 4 year olds aud upward;- seHlug:— - — • - "•\u25a0•
-IndPX •*' Horse •'• - - -•\u25a0- .• ••\u25a0'•• 'Wt *\u25a0; •-\u25a0'; Remarks' * "" '.; • "'-" ' \u25a0 ' '•" '".
6371 FATHER STAFFORD ... . ...'.V. .".". .10+, I "Might, lastjuday., '.'. .. \u0084 ..,.:
\u25a0 ;«20a BELLE KINNEY 10rt -Track: will suit her. \u25a0- r. - - \u0084 v.- .
— tttSU v'NO QUARTER ............. .103 • ShouM be- close "up. -' -- ••=\u25a0--•
; BurpiDK Bush ... .: ....110 ; ;Prefrr s " drylns : track. •'. _ , .'.'..: ,
* 6384 "SalvaKe .;' '.......105 \u25a0- - Can<run s jtood-rac»w -• ' \u25a0>\u25a0
-". «377-St. -Franc-Is .: ....;.:. -T.v... Hl* May ' be CottiDK' good. \u25a0 -'. \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 * ' '
' (J384 \u25a0l.'blttPrllngs \u25a0 :.....:.: .104V :' Unclepenti'aMe. *.<:.- ;."'J * ' ''* ",* '*.
6?.!H ', DovSlta ...;..:....'..;.....'.... .10« '. Not/easy ; to t>lace. \u25a0 - '* -----
, 0341 Gpuc Russell \u25a0:. • 10S — \u25a0 . : - • ••• • ';:• • *
-«2.-.2 . Editb U :..;...•.....•.:.... .10«. : * " -• . .' ~.: ' ':.' ' .
: 6U)7/Lookout ...'..... 104 ... . ..- ....... ......
' * . , ORELIO— EMMA G— DAREINGTON V
• SECOND RACE— Six furlongs; 4 year olds and'upwarfl: sellins: ! . /. ,
'.Indfx Horse.' . ' .- \u25a0 -Wt \u25a0 '^ : - .Remarks' - -. \u25a0 \u25a0" ••
.M 379 ORELIO ....... ......... •••••••-••••ll» Weight should : not bother.
-»;SSS"*EMMA G . ...;...;...-..........l< | :! Oood in this ; going. . . : -' \u0084
Hll?,7O . DAREIKGTON ..........115 -Should dolt-soon. • ' \u25a0 •
ItttSSft (irace G • .....:..-... V '..112 \u25a0.Oyrl6n«'in the. stretch.' ' ' ,' \u0084
,% «n7» .Madeline -.Mufgrarc ........... V....105/ -Difficult to fl*ure.'.
\u25a0 ;.(53U1"/ScrTicenre .....11l \u25a0 Game, and -fairly fast. - \u25a0 \u25a0•
\ (ii.l2:^ Marge Abe ...'.' .....10U ,In with his kind." ; \u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0-, -•: "'•*"\u25a0.
\u25a0 *«.'!(57 " Sink 5princ '......\u25a0.;..'..\u25a0.\u25a0".\u25a0"•\u25a0...•..*. .'.1i0 \u25a0" Nr>t to be.dppended.on. . '. i : ; :'-: '-- ';\u25a0_.
7«3!><) Amprdo ....:..11l Not a repeater.:' 0.
-.C 304 "McNally .....;..... .........: ..108 -No line.- \u25a0 -» '- : •.\u25a0•. .:=..
KEEP MOVING^-REpEEM—WHiDDEN '.. \- ."
; \. J - THIRD' BACK— One : mile anil 70 yards; 3. veaf. olds -and /upward; selling: .. • .. •\u25a0 -
Index. 1 - Horse -••• - i ' •••- Wt -Remarks-- > . ,v . - -
((WSti) KEEP MOVING .'.....'...••.•-••••'•lll Class on alj races:'. •' ' ..
63(i7 REDEEM ;....-... ;....;...;....: 86' , Can fly . at the. weight. . . ;.:"*
- 63«1 • WHIDDEN ..'.'.'. ."".":. •'••\u25a0• ..v.-;.104 ; Some- races show- well, j • -* "•* *
IVJS7 \u25a0 Colonel Jack ..".'.;. ...;.......V.-;.103' -. • Can. do '• murh " better.' r • ' - \~.\.
, ((VJS7)' Ocean' View..;....- ..;....... 7u- ' Chance , to, show hidden .-form. ' «r '
- 60t3-Aks-Ar-Bcn ...\u25a0;..'...'....'......\u25a0.... 103 . "Might not be far enough. - \u25a0 '*.->-•.•« \u25a0>:\u25a0''\u25a0' '\u25a0'\u0084
. r: MADMAN— CLOUDLIGHT—PHILMbHR- - ;; -'-
: FOURTH RACE— Fire furlongs; 3 year olds and upward:-. St. Patrick's. Day-handicap:*".
.Index -Horse . . \u25a0 • •\u25a0 \u25a0' Wt; ~-":' l ßeniarkß^ —•\u25a0;'-;-•"•.-. : .-•.
U1338 MADMAN . .'. ..... ..122 ;; Beaten by" next^one at .weights. '. *"
i bVWS CtOUDLIGHT .;............:.... '..102 \u0084 Might do It. again. . . . \u25a0./• -' I
•-• «38.1 PHIL MOHR ........ 04 — -If* runaway did not hurt, r - - •'-\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•
' -•\u25a06352 • Prejulclo • '. •..-..;.....';....".'.•.. .115 Should" do something' soon. *. " *,;:.'
/6355 ..Enneldi, .'.... '. .\u25a0"....•.......\u25a0..••••"•.••"•"• 102 \u0084 Probably % . outclassed. . . ," . .. . .
- . 0222 > Father" Downey .'.\u25a0.......•...••\u25a0••'•.•• S5 \u25a0 •;\u25a0 \u25a0; •\u25a0r,-- ..\u25a0>,->.. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0. '*\u25a0"• - • -
• \u25a0 V AVONTELLUS^-SPRING' BAN—HOMELESS - : *
>"* 'FIFTH RACE— One mile and:2o yardsr3 yearioldß;ond^u"p.ward;'selllng:w ..-V . : - -
•.".Index. - •Horser- \u25a0:-•.. • — \u25a0• \u25a0 • - Wt-: -^ '•\u25a0*»-—- Kemarks. -v^,.- • ».
' 63iK) - AVONTELLUB - • .116 Played 'lu better 'company.' \u25a0-.'"'\u25a0
. "»;IS3 SPRING BAN 1 ..:..:. i.~--S-. ..:ill ' "Can run a good 'race. . .^\ . »"'
6387 r 'HOMELESS :*:;;. .....'.:.'... •••••"•'.108 .' Fair sort at -distance. "-.'\u25a0 ;. -
; fi33o Wolf vllle . . . ; . .:..•...." ;..."..'.'.. .113-. .-jNo >bus' on \u25a0\u25a0 today. 1 .-. - .'.\u25a0, T \u25a0 ;r*. '. - c '\u25a0'\u25a0' ;. .
0387 . Bryee ..'/.'. ; "..'.*. V "...:.V..'. ..109 ' Most; races-; hare ; been' bad. \u25a0' \u25a0 , \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0 «»3Kt» \u25a0 Colbert '. •. . - ."...V....113 .Twice been: tipped." -' ;. .V' '.- ' ~~^
r (J3r.or Red wood II ...-...-.....;• • v'},u '}, \u25a0 Others not much. .;.\u25a0.-'- -'» «.
: . ARGONAUT— NbyGOROD—FANEUIL;HAtL' : '
\u25a0\u25a0" -SIXTH RACK— Six and a half furlongs; 3 y*ar : olds < and: upward: 4 ««Hng:. *.' .; ' ,
-Horse " -•Wt •„ >4>:. -Remarks v ; ,'\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 . -
(C 377) ARGONAUT V..*. .....:..... .110 * Getting right good 'now. -'\u25a0'\u25a0- ---» ;
,«:«!2. NOVGOROD ' ;..'. ........ ."•........•107 -ilCarrled ; barrier ? away. -\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0 . • '
'.7 (1377, 'FANETJIL HALL* '" \u25a0. i . "..'.':..".'. i..:.". 107 , ..Depends^ on^ride.l. .. . .. .: • •'.••. *
» C377'vK)ierd i-:.t..; .. :Tv. ;..V.'.'.'.*;..V.'..'.:1U " -I-ast -race showed : bimV£ood.'* ' ' " \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0* - 1
I" («3«?) Blasrd^ .....-;•; .-. . .:..v/.; ;.:::.'.'. ..-«S >In-,light.- '.•,-,'/•\u25a0 : \u25a0•» :- . Z.;';S'Z'-cJ?yii?\
! . «3«» '('olilcskiir ...... ..".".. '...'..11l . -•"."„ If; lip. gets up early. •\u0084". , .......
!\u25a0, <W44-';Hannlbal 8ey.' '..*.'......••• ; .........Ml, Can, do -better. ;'4, ' :.\ ; ; __.-,
! 6301.-. Margaret' Randolph ....•• . : " ••\u25a0•'• ".".'l0»' ' B.led yesterday.: '. ' '. K^^^S
' :•'* Apprentice' allo Waacih. V ..- . / - H. . '* , ' - .*' .;, ... ' '
VARSITY MUST WIN
TO MEET STOCKTON
Will Clash With the Winged O
Basket Ball Team at Pastime
A. C. This Evening
\u25a0 - .- •
. BERKELEY, \u25a0 March 16-^The Cali
fornia basket ball .team will play its
last game before the .. finals in the
P.. A. A. championship series with the
Olympic team- at the Pastime athletic
club in San Francisco tomorrow night.
On -T that- game depends whether or
not the local boys will enter the finals
for the state championship. If . the
collegians win they will probably have
to meet the Stockton all stars, who are
looked -upon as one of the best teams
in the association. The stars defeated
the varsity team several weeks ago.
.In the absence of Captain Bailey,
Baftletf will be put at center for the
college boys; Matthew and Joses will
play at guard ; Prouty and either. Jory
o* Cleveland as forwards. . . •' ' \u25a0\u25a0
Cincinnati Team Wins
Bowling Doubles
DETROIT,. March ; 16.— Albert Daiker
and Ed* Wettorman of '< Cincinnati won
the ?500: prize for first place in the
two; .man event of the tenth 1 annual
tournament .'of fc ' the "American- bowling
congress, whicli closed'/ today. * ' Their
total of i,231, made, on March 6,. was
good enough';to -withstand the" on
• slaughts' of of teams during
the last. 10. days of ,'the tournament.
Following/"arc the : llrst • five . 'prize
winners in. the .two, man ; event:
I)aike'r-Wetterman. r Cincinnati; fl23l),' $500.
Wood-Tieigh. Chicago. (1222), ?4.00. \u25a0 .
Erickson-Jaerges. Osbkosh, AVIs. (121.">, $350.
.-Cook-Crewson.,Sebring. O. (J2<)3>, .?2-">0. j
"-' Zimmermari-Campbell, South Bend, Ind. (1203),
S2s<>. - \u0084_\.,' :':.' V .-\u25a0\u25a0;-—\u25a0: '-: - -"
; Thomas-Haley of- Detroit rolled into
the- lead-of- the- individuals today-' witn<
the_ remarkable J total of 705, breaking
the ; former tournament -record of 699,
mado .. by Archie .Wengler | of. Chicago
at Cincinnati in "1-908. -\u25a0 He- also made.
! 1|961 . for^nine- games, another /record.
E. W. CLARKE
RACEHORSE DYING;
POISONING RUMORED
Four Cracks Said to Have Been
"Doped" by Fiend; Little
' Hope for Raleigh P D
. Emeryville is astir over rumors that
some-fiend, bentupon dulling the speed
of .favorites, has endangered, the lives
of more than one horse by admin
istering poisonous dope the night be
fore they were expected- to .start.
JSaleigh^ P D, the good 3 year .old so
highly. prized by G. M. Johnson,' is said^
to have .one chance in a hundred of
living, despite the constant attendance
of three or four veterinarians. And
it -is reported authentically that on
the morning the colt was taken sick —
the day he was scratched from a race
when he should have won — his at
tendants found" half of a capsule in his
stall, containing: a white powder. The
matter" was 1 reported' to the' stewards
and the powder turned over, to them
for analysis. Doctor Masoero. the
club's veterinarian, was summoned and
has been unable to determine the colt's
trouble.
When" the- story became current; it
developed that Ed Ball had the same
symptoms and_was scratched from a
race" whicli would have been ' easy for
him to "win. Since then Bedwell has
put a night g\iard at his barn.
Next it is reported that the sickness
which caused the scratthinj? of Likely
Dieudonne. after! he had run a great
race with Arasee, is like that of the
other two, and, in conclusion, locks
on the door of Key Hindoo's stall would
seem to indicate that his owners think
the big sprinter might have been tam
pered with \u25a0 the night before h^s ran
his inexplicable race. An investiga
tion will certainly follow, with some
hope of catching the poisoner.
It "will be more than regrettable if
Johnson loses his good colt, for the
Tennesseean has had more than his
share of bad luck since coming west.
His good mare, Columbia Maid, died in
the north.
WESTON" TRAVERSING KANSAS
RAYMOND, Kans., March 16. — Ed
ward Payson Weston passed through
here at 10:45 a. m. for Hutchinsoh, ex
pecting to cover 52 miles by night. He
appeared to be in excellent physical
condition. : ' .
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sufferings with an awful case of Catarrh. I had all the symp-
toms which accompany this disease, such as mucus dropping
back into the throat,, a constant desire to "hawk and spit,**
feeling of dryness in the throat, cough and spitting upon
. arising, scabs forming in the nose which required much effort
to blow, out, sometimes causing my nose to bleed and leaving
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time trying different local treatments of inhalations, snuffs,
• douches, etc., with no real good effect. Of course I was greatly
, discouraged. As soon as I heard from you I commenced S. S. S. "j
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JUDSON A. BELLAM.
224 Randolph St., Richmond, Va.. ..
The symptoms Mr. Bellam describes in his case of Catarrh are
familiar to every one who suffers with this disease. For five years he
had endured the discomfort and suffering, and was greatly discouraged
as one treatment after another failed to cure him. When at last he
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body the catarrhal matter irritates and inflames the different mucous
surfaces and tissues causing an unhealthy and inflammatory discharge, \
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The failure of local treatment to' produce permanent good results
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the cause of the trouble. Temporary relief and comfort may often be s
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until the blood is purified of the irritating cause.
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\u25a0 of the body a re. all sup-
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O<V blood instead of being
W^^^ irritated and diseased
rom a continual saiu-
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™ -•••^^^^ \u25a0 inflammed and irritated
PITRFIY VFtIFTARIF membranes heal, the
rUKfcLI VfcbfclAPLL discharge is checked,
\u25a0.".. ....'\u25a0-..-.-.. the head noises all
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J. SLATTERY
OAKLAND TRIMS
FRESNO TIGERS
- . ' _____
Harkins Shows Great Speed and
Holds State Leaguers to
Four Hits
The Fresno Tigers of the State
league gave the Oakland. Coast league
lads a warm' argument yesterday after
j noon at Freeman's park. Oakland, but
j the Class "A" tossers came out on the
right side of a 1 to 0 score.
Harkins and Snith were the opposing
pitchers and the Oakland man showed
a wonderful bunch of speed, holding
the Tigers down to four hits and never
getting into danger.
Smith pitched a, nice game of ball
for the State leaguers, but he weak
ened in the fifth inning and forced
home the only run of the game. Cut
shaw walked and Harkins beat out art
infield hit. Cartwright threw Uoyd's
bingle away at first an<l the bags -were
! fully populated. Carroll was given
I free transportation and the tally was
brought over the pan. The score: •
| V FRESNO
i AB. R. BH. SB. PO. A. T.
[Moorei 3b -1 \u25a0 o 0 o 5 1 o
Okterson. rf 4 o 2 0 1 O ft
(TriH-py. Kb 4 0 1 l> • O O
Kuhn. c t O »> O " 0 O
pye cf ." rt () 0 1 © ft
rartwripht. 2b 3 O o O 1 3 1
Waters, ss 3 ft 1 0 O 1 O
SWiimpff. If. p S. »» t> O 1 <> O
Smith, p. If m - 0 0 » 1 2 »
•McDonough 1 •-> 0 O 0 O O
Total 27 0.4 0 24 T 1
•Batted for Stoore In ninth Inning.
OAKLAND
N AB. K. BH. SB. PO. V A. FT.
I.loxJ. 2h •". O O O 2 1 ' ft
Carroll, cf - « 0 * " \ °
Swander. rf 4 O 1 O 4 2 O
Hoean. If 3 O. ft ft 3 0 O
WoWerton. 3b ". «> ft »> t 1 O
Caifcrron, lb .". ft ft O 8 © f»
I Cnt«haw. ss . 2 1 ft ft t 1 ©
Mitz<\ c 3 ft 1 ft « «> O
Christian, ef 1 ft \u2666» 0 ft O o
Harkins. p 3 ft 2 ft » 4 0
Total -~ 1 4 •> 2T 10 O
RUN'S ANI» HITS BY INNINGS
| Fresno 0 ft © 0 ft ft «> 0 o— ft
• Ba««*biU ft O ft 2 1 1 ft ft o—40 — 4
Oakland '» ft »> ft I 0 ft © x— l
j R.isehit* fl ft 2 1 t 0 ift ft x—lx — I
; First has* ou called balls — Off Sell fin pS i». off
( Harklns 3. Stru<k out— By Smith 4. br Schimpff
tS, by Ilarkins H. Ponhle playn — Waters \n
1 Cartwrisht to Trat-ey: gwaadei to Cameron;
! Carroll t» Canierr'n. Tltn" nf z;iuie — 1 hrmr and
1 i"» -minutes. fmpire — Hanmjrartrn.
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