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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
TRACK TEAMS ARE
FIT AND CONFIDENT
California and Stanford Will
Clash on the Cinder Path
Saturday
With the seventeenth intercollegiate
field day between Stanford and the
University of California but two days
away interest in both colleges and. In
fact, all over the state runs high. The
rival teams have practically completed
their training and the men look to be
in shap<* to make the fight of their lives
in the various events.
The recent victories which the car
dinal has won on the baseball diamond
and on the Oakland estuary has tended
to sway public sentiment in its favor
'and there Is no question but that the
'Stanford team will be a strong favor
'lte over its old rival when Saturday
rolls around. There are many conserva
tive authorities, however, who look for
California to spring a surprise.
Stanford will have the advantage of
competing on its own oval and this is
one point in the cardinal's favor. The
men have been practicing there all sea
son.
Strangely enough, the admirers of
each team do not claim a victory by
more than a few points. Bach is will
ing to give the other credit for having
a splendid chance, all of which goes to
show that the -teams are evenly bal
anced and should run neck ;jnd neck.
In the relay, which many thiiAi will
decide the meet, Stanford will have a
Fpeedy team, which will probably be
composed of Wyman, Carter. Stolz and
Taylor.
According to a well known Stanford
man's figures, the cardinal should win
the'meet by a scare of about 65-57. His
"dopp" In the various events is as
follow?:
100 var<l <lash — C'deai-9 fir^l. Re»-d second.
220 yard dssli — Tollman first. Deed spi-ond.
4*n \;t'l <!a*b — Wyman tirst. Stolz i«von<l.
*•>*> ynr<l ran — Jobnsoti >oc<iti'l. Porter third.
Mile r;in— Purter third.
Two mile rim — Newman first. TVmpletmi third.
lli:r<::!".--Kv«rytlii:ijr conceded u> California.
\u25a0 Hi;h j"!:i;> -ii.e-ine tiir-t. Arcabritc third.
Broad Jump— Beilah third.
Shi-'i'iit — !?• •::<\u25a0!) first.
linnr.i- 1 ! :i:r>>w — Woa)*y Bit*.
l*o!e ra<Blt— Scot and 15Hlnh rirst ami second.
I>:*-.- :.v — Stanford
On the other hand, the supporters of I
the blue and gold are just as confident |
as their rivals. Ono well known Cali- ]
forr.ia athlete has made a forecast on )
points a.s follows:
Dlßtanw— C S. iiistamr — :
3<*i yt-vU 4 5 Pole vault 1 8
220>ai'di 4 r. sii.»t put 4 .".
440 rardx '\u25a0'< <; - mile run 1 S
*s» yuxfci <; :j Hammer throw...-, t; ::
Mile .". «'.firoad jump s 1
.iOjar.ls Uurnle !i Ojlltch Jomp 3 0
220 y;u<!> J.urtfli 1 . ;t 0 ' —
Relay 0 5 c:i 03
Track Athletes Cheered
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, April 13.—
Greeted, by long continued and enthusi
astic one'-rp. the Stanford track team 1
this evening inarched into the assembly.
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
Order ia whic'.i hor^<-s' figure in The Call Handicap is indicated in black face type.
*tAHI.AN!>. \Ve<liVfcday. April 13, 1010. — o.u- hundred and fourth day. Weather <-k>ar
T— i..'^ \u25a0.•«»),;. K. <'. Hopiwr. [ireyltliug jiidyo. J. J. Holtnmn. start«-r.
CCftq TIUST UACU— Kitc «u<l a half furkmsrs: selling: 4 year olds and upward; value to
OwUtf tn\ V.r.<.
\u25a0 Horyy and <)«n«T. WtjSt. H V> *-j Str. Fin. i Jockey. I Op. CI.
»;+.", s?:-^^. 4 (W. M. Cain 1...T. .! 105' 3 ~. 2-^22 2~:J 1 \u25a0% iSelden "» 6
•,454 M< Hie Mi-n.r...... :> tStritet ICSI 5 ... 1 =>« 1 «; I lU-J :{i.. Slial*. li 12
M'jii lAmrrfcyrt. .". t^HPrknitli Miil.le)ili:{! 4 ... '! \± ."• n 5i- 3 KHA: Thomas.. 15 25
\u2666•\u25baHis • Arthur flyman. 5 < Hcno 5.>...|115! 2 ... 3 n 3 l'^3 n" 4 n |Mei)try 4 18-5
<M<;7 jil;außX. EUSH, (, < lL«msey),lls 8 ... 5 h 7 I^7 1 5 V- Coburn 5-2 7-2
«;::::i Sw.i^erlstnr. 5 d',ass<ttt 115 7 ... 4 1 4\-4 4*> *ii (Taylor 15 25
6491 Sir Barry, -i <W. C. Seatt) |115 1 ... 7 1 6 1 « 1 7 2 IE. Smith 10 15
<;141 8.-r.nin B*K. a iH'fdgt-i 115111 ... 12 11 2 10 1 S 1 IBorcl 20 40
(M7Hi.<2)BANitOSE. 4 i Haisin Cityi Hisj ft ... Si 9*492 92 A. Williams. 10 15
0444 jKatbcr Dtfwner. <; (UobtMins;. . |115, « ... 11 (410 »-• H1 10 '.'. JMolcsworth .1 1" 1«
«"JSa Ans:etac«. 4 iWid<-iuau» '112 12 ... '•» :h: h S2 n 4 li :{' ,Ui,-e S 8
«4!<i (3)6ALOMY JANE. 4 » Rln»>hn ;lOsilo ... 10 hl2 12 12 JRooney 12 20
Itma — :~4 1-5. :4S 4-5. 1 :07 ."-5. At post C>i tafnutos. olr at lIKC SaißP^fi~s-2 pTice] f?>
»h«n : Sf«otm«e. 5 f.lar.-. 5-2 Atuptliy^t. 5 show. Winner .h. m. by Sam-Simple In
t.>n-st. Triiln^a l>y W. M. Cain. Start go.«l. Won cleverly. Second easily. Third driv
in?. HieU price — Aithnr Hyman 5, Father Dowiwy 15. Sair^st gamest «f tbe lot. She -
came from behind Moottww and won out with«»it mnr-b trouble. Montrosp did her best.
A«i«'thr>t made * fair -<li"wing. Hyman doga^d it. Bush <-losp<l fairly well. • _^ "
CCI n BEOUXD RACE — Flvr and a half fur much; selling; 4 year olds and upward; value
\u25a0 oat 0i ** t0 p! ' f;t * 15t> - ;
intlex.: H<Tvf and <>«c*r. iWtj.St. *j >^ »« Str. Fin, i Jockey. | Op. C\.
6501 Arjronaut. 4 (Cabill & M.t 11151 2 ... 5 \ :i *; 3 1 1 n iMentry G . 7
(S4fcS|i(3)rXAMOTOR. a ICoodin).%;|lls| 3 ... 4 2 4 ><j 4 4 2 2M- Coburn 9-5 B^s
M*4 ;Emtna G, 5 (J. SchrcilM-r I ins 7 ... 7 3 7." « C 3li 'W. Garcan. 8 10
6490 |(I)CRESTON, 5 (Anderson).. 115 5 ... 2 2 2 2U2 U 4 h A Tliumas-. . 4 «
«64M) (2)E. M. FRY. 5 «Hedwoll.t. . .;il3 4 ... 1 '-i I'*l U. 5 P.^'rlcp \ 4 9-2*
<5254 'Totytto. 4 (C. O. Reed* jllOl ii ... Hit C 4 5 3 6 4 IMolesworU] I 0 12
<6444)8e11e Kinney, a <liarnps» 108 1 ... ;: %r. 4 7 3 7 4 JKevan 12 20
j 6475 Paul Clifford. .-. (T. Kirk) ill.t; S . .. S 8 S S ; Borel | 20 So
'Tim* —^!4. :4i2-5, 1 :0 S. At post 1 minute. Off at 2:10. Argonaut. 5-2 place, 1 show; Trnm
otor. 7-10 place. 2-5 show; Emma. 9-5 show. Wiunrr b. n. by Cunard-Plumeria. Trained
by W. CahUL Scratched — 0501 Novgorod. 0447 Salvage. (>i:i7 Ben Stonr. 63t:i AH Alonr.
Stsrt good. Won driving. Second haniiilv. Tiilrd driving. IHch price — E. 11. Fry 5.
Argonaut stood a driv»» c»m*ly and und»-r a powerful ride lasted it out. Tramotor alco ran
a game race, closing very stoutly. Emma G made a gr<-at run thruugb tbe stretch.
Crestoa and E. If. Fry raced ps.-h other into the ground in first half and both stopped to
h walk. »- '
'.CCI 1 THIUD RACE — Odp rnilp; selling: 3 ytar olds and upward; valnc to first $150..
:i»x. ! Horse and Owner. iWt.'St. V t Vi % Str. Fir.. I .Itx-key. 1 Op. VA.
' (64-Ssi;Piiie Dixon. v (Aadenoa) i 87i 1 3 "i 3 I^2 n :J 2 1 h |A TUomat :i IC-5
e4^7 ,(2)FRENCH COOK, 4 (JoaM)]lo9| 2 1 % 1 21,1 'JU,I 2 2 2'jMpntry .. 5 4
C 507 :Hush Mont-v. 5 i Fountain t HOftj 5 4 I!i4 3 3 1 2 n 3 4 :Tav!or 7 10
(6453)'(l)TREMAilG0. 4 tQuic!au). jllOj 7046 r. 5 2'i4 44 2 |Mo|eswortn 4 3
«4W jliubric. a iCaliforaia stabler. Jxojt! 39. t> 1 N 3 (i 1 5 C IRlce' . 3 185
6875 'J. C. Clem, a <G. Frawlry). .'io»; « 7 1 7>i 7 n 7 2 6% I Coburn ."" 10 20
R612 jMerlingo, a <F. Rinthart 1 | 9ai k a h U !t !) 7 2 'Rooner 15 30
64»7 'Coblpvklll. « (Salt I^ake S.)..!l(rt» :! 2 % 2 n 4 2'/>5 \'t 8 2 ;Van IJuspn" 8 7 "
64.77 j(3)MR. BISHOP. 4 tMcManus»llo"! 4 5 2Va5 n d \ 2 ~H \± 9 !A. Williams! 8 15
— :25 2-5. :50 1-5. 1:15 3-5, 1:414-5. At po< IVS minutes". Off v*t* 2X3sV-. DUo:i, 7-5
jilaf-c. 4-5 «>how; Cook. 2 place. 1 show; Mo icy, 2 show. Winufr b. f. by Sir Dl.\on-Dlntl» >
Trained by J. Uin>on<l. Start good. Wou driving. Second easily. Third easily. Hfth
prict — Dixie Dixon 4, French Cook C. Hush M.mey .12. Rubric 4. Cofcloskill 10. I)lx"l<» Pixon
nicely ridden. Thomas rode a waiting rare. *^ved pronnd and, putting up a good finish
tbe filly wore French Cook down ami just got up. French Cook ran hl« rdc<*. Hush
Money stopiwd in tiual Uk> yards> Tremargo npr^r dangerous. Knbrk- ran below his form,
bnt was flow to gpt going and had too much ground to make up.
6512 FOUKTH U -*^ E — Futurlty~course; selling; 3~y«»ar olds and upward; value to first ?200.
Index. 1 Horse and Owner. lWtjSt. \ »A ,A 4 str. Fin, i jockpy. | Op. cT
6502 ,(3)BINOCULAR, 3 'Jackson). j 90| 4 ... 2a- 3 % 3 2 1 U Selden 5 4
6451 .(I)THIS. BELLE, 4 iFrazlerj Uo4 1 « ... 12 In In 21"*JA. Williams. 0-5 0,1
648» j(2)GOLDFISN, 5 ii. Lymbj . 10!«j 3 ... 4n 4 2 4 2 3 ns" Mcntry 2 3
6489 iSewell. a iff. Cahiili 10511 ... 3 3 2 3 2 2 4 4 !Cobur v "* 1"> -t)
C4i>l Balrocia. 3 «F. M. H'ipper»... U~ l ', ... a «• 6 5 % il'arker .".".".". r > ~7
<C47&tßanorplla. 3 <J. W. Pgulsenl.l !K! 2 ... 515\j 5n 0 |A. Thomas.! 12 12
lime— 4-5. :4S. 1:00 2-5. 1:10. At post iVi minutes. Off at 3:01. Ilinocular 7-5 place I
show; Thistle IJeIU-. 1-2 place, out show; Goldflun. 0-20 show. Winner b c l>v Fllitrraiie-
Oh*e. Traim-d by A. J. Jacksoa. 'Start gOTil. Won driving. Second cleverly. "Third driv
ing. High price— Thistle Belle 8-5, Goldflun 10-3, Banorella 15. Binocular came from
Ixnind Thistle Ilollp nnd. running v«ry gamely, just got np-ln last stride. Thistle Itelle
broke last, but quickly rushod to the front. Scwell running with her took the heart out
«if ter «nd eae began to fail 50 yards from the wire. Goldflnn closed well Scwell
etopppd to a walk^ln final 100 yards. Xcltber Balronla or Banorella could raise agg Hop.
6513 F1^ T " BACB ~ ° ue mile: wiUnKTiTy^r olds and upward; value to first $lZ(ir~~ \
H'T^ and Owner. iWtjSt. 14 V 4 X Str. Fin. | Jockey. | Op. pi'
«501 OceanJ£>,ri^(\J./i. V. Elliott) . : 101 j311,2 n2 % 2 ifc 1 li, Molesworth . 5$ 4
W95 j(3)COCK SUEE. a (Frazier). 103; 5 7 %<J% 4 i 3 2 2 « A. WlUUms S ' 10
6304 Hempass. 4 (J. J. Conner. ... .!u>o 4 1 I^l 2^l 2%1 •/» 3 2 Kederls 8 4
r.IUC UurntbvLfdr.tt. 4 ( f airtlpldCilino 7 513 2^43 b 4 lU4 2V, A Thomas 4 »8
6495 ! (nSILVEB LIKE, fi (J^dutej 102 13 14 h5%« h5 n W O«r»an" 4 X
C4SI ißlrth. 4 <W. E. Cotton) | 90| C Oh S 1%7 4 \u25a0 7-2 6 4 lE.'cotton !' 20 30
«43« Eudora. 6 <C. Mortont 'in4'lo 4n 71 6n 6n 74 IVan Du«en 8 12
0489 !(2)COLB£RT. 5 <W. M. Cain) 96| 2li H 2 s*B %S % Seldca .5 5
«4»1 (Jene Russwll. 5 (J. M. Pier) . .105 810 10 ft 5 0 6 910 ! Coburn ' ' "SO fin
«M»>iLady R/-ns S rlatT. 4 QHUcr)...!lO3; 98 H » %10 10 10 jcallahnn'V.! ! 12 \u25a0' 8
Tlnip— :2s 3-5. 303-8, l:ltt 1:414-5. At post 1 minute. Off «t 3:24. Shore 2 place 1
sbow: Pure. \u2666 place. 2 show; Hampass. 1 show. Winner b. g. by Kismet-Helen G. Trained
by W. Utwke. Start good. Won easily Second name. Third stopping. High price— Col» \u25a0
brrt 6. Ocean Shore ran over Hampass in the final furlong. Cock -Sure ran a came race
Ueiacars sto Pl >pd .very badly at seven furlongs. Ledgett looked dangerous a quarter out"
bar faded away badly. Others never dangerous.- - • . -~y
65t4 Sl^* H RACE— f*" lol "'^ course; fifing; 3 ypar oldsr value to first $150. " ~~~.
Indpx.! Horsp and Owner. " IWtjSt. 14 ii, % Str . Fln- | ... jnctey/ | Op." -Cl!
t>4M ,(«)ILEX «r«hlll & Mason).... 103: 2 ... 1% 1 2 HI 2^l 1H Seldon ....'.'. 7-2 6
4437 'acl\<J> iDevin & C 0.>... 93 3* ... 3h 2 I^2 I^2 '2& Callnhan 10 « '
6ft«T'!(l)LOß3r CLINTON (Frazier) 104 4 ... 0 U43 % 3 I>«3 %v A. Williams! S•: 10
6491 Calopus (A. J. Jack«on> S" 5 ... 9 1 8 1 62 4 1 Anderson S "12 '
6«C !(2)IiOBERTA (H. A. Mercer). W3 1 ... BY, 9 1 S>i 8 3 Kent 4i ' C'
4)CC4 jEdrfie Gr«uey <Harlan) 106 10 ... 10 10 7 2 6\u25a0% Moleswoflh " 7-2 7-2
6485 SiUt <3. M. Crene) 92 4 ... SI 7n.52 71 C. Williams' 71°
6431 Este.Ue M rB. Schreiber) . . 93j 9 ... < n 6% 9 2 8 2V4 Kederis 15 15
6475 Alder Gulch (Set Air stable). 100, 8 ... 4% 4 4n92% A. Thomas.. 4 • 7
6454 Cl&ra S«l (Old Ned stab» i 93! <> ••• 2%S nlO 10 Parker ....'. 30 50 '.
Time— :24 2-5. :4» 1-5. 1:011-5. 1:111-5- At pwt I minute. Off at 3:56. Her, 2 place 1* '
chow; Gelico. 3 place, 6-5 show; Clinton, 5-2 show. Winner br. c. by Orslnl-RoteoF China
Trained by W. Cahlll. Start good. Won easily Second, game. Third ;. driving. ' Hlch
price— Hddip Graney 4. Silk 15. Estrtle M 23. Ilex best. He hart the »peed aad End them
all beatr-n from the start. Gelico ran to form. So did Clinton. Calomu nude a f«lr,show-
Ing. Roberta closed well. Eddie Graney stumbled nud almost fell at start, l^tng all chunce. \u25a0
~~ EITraTA— On April 12 track slow Instead of f«»t. ,ln Tbe Call's offlji.-.i form ptf t-~£
Tuesday tbe jockey oa Bubbling Water, win a<T of the fourth race, should read A. Williams.
' not A. Tiioaias, as printed. *„".'.! "' • • \u25a0- \ .-. . j , k - •.
Rival Colleges Claim Small MargiN
+ .
hall packed with students, and were
given one of the most enthusiastic
sendoffs over accorded to a cardinal
team. Trainer Moulton said that the
men were in the best of condition, bet
ter than any team he had ever trained,
and that there was no reason to be
worried over tTie outcome of the meet.
By reeling off the 100 yard dash in
10 1-5 in his last trial before the in
tercollegiate track meet, T. L. Coleman
'12, the speedy cardinal sprinter,
raised the hopes of 'the Stanford sym
pathizers for success in the meet.
IMIOITV ELECTED CAPTAIN
BERKELEY, April 13. — C. H. Prouty,
who has played 'on the university
basket ball team ' for the last three
years, has been elected to lead the
team as. captain next year.
THE S'SAN : (JAJJU \u25a0 TH U K^SDA Yy AIPKIL. 14, ' 191 U.
Some of the Stanford trackmen who are expecting to get first places in the intercollegiate track -meet next Saturday.
BINOCULAR GAMEST
IN A HARD DRIVE
Beats Thistle Bell Head After
an Exciting Duel Through
the Stretch
Close finishes marked three of the
races at Emeryville yesterday, the
most exciting being in the;* ' feature
event when Binocular - and" .Thistle
Belle fought it out the greater-; part of
the final sixteenth. In the last few
jumps Binocular outgamed the mare,
beating hera head. Thistle Belle ruled
favorite and set a merry pace, with
Sewell in close attendance most of the
wa-y. Goldfinn closed fairly well and
was third.
In view of the fact that Goldfinn did
not run any better in the early stages
than she did Saturday, and also taking
into consideration that she was thrown
against the fence 'in that rate,, the
stewards decided yesterday to exoner
ate Jockey Gross.' The officials, feel
that the mare may have, gone back
some . since winning: three- races, in. "a
row.
Favorites did not fare well.and.sev
eral well played horses. . got away
badly. This was particularly the case
with Rubric, which opened equal fa
vorite for the third, with Dixie Dixon.
The field was bunched' up when the
barrier was sprung and Rice pulled up
Rubric. 1 He made up much ground
after being practically left, but fin
ished outside the money. Dixie Dixon
got up in time to- beat French Cook "a
Eddie Graney, favorite for the last
race, stumbled at the start and failed
to cut any figure. Ilex was in front all
the way, winning from Gelico and Lord
Clinton. ' - .
The first race presented a very open
appearance and Burning Bush and Ar
thur Hyman were the most fancied.
They finished outside the money.
Sainesl; won from Mollie Montrose and
Amethyst.
Mentry put up a powerful finish on
Argonaut in the second and he won by
a neck from Tramotor, the . favorite.
Emma G was third. E. M. Fry and
Creston ran each other into the ground.
Hampass was the medium of a heavy
play in the mile event and he closed
equal, favorite with. "Ocean 1 Shore,
wjiich receded in the betting. Kederis
went to the front \u25a0'with Hampass, but
he stopped after leading into the
stretch. There Ocean Shore assumed
command and he won with , Cock Sure
and Hampass second and third. .
Fighters Pronounced Fit
For Action
The 16 boxers who are to appear
tomorrow evening at Dreamland, un
der the auspices of the. West, End 'club,
passed the examination of? the -doctor
last Jiight ' and-all vwere found fit to
engage in the scheduled 1 bouts. George
Kirkwood has been installed a 10 to 8
favorite ; over theivlocal boy, George
Temple, whom he Vis "" to meet *in the.
main event at - the feather . weight
limit. .*>\u25a0. - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0;\u25a0" .\u25a0\u25a0;.-.\u25a0' ':'' .;\u25a0;.,;. ;
. The heavyweight .^bout' will "be sup
plied by L,ou Rushriig, the fighting
carman, and' Al -Kreiger. of the' team
sters' -^ union. ".: Both , are r . known' to
possess necessary •knockout punch,
and. a fast battle', is looked for- when
they hopk'.up.' Jj"\u25a0'' '- ' ;" t .- 1-"
The special event "will bring-together
Jack - Tibbits , v ahd ''Jack ; Cordeli; 'two"
well known welter weights. Five. other
bouts are'salso^dowri' for decision. r '..'„..
j v rJamestowh: Results'* /: |
JAMESTOWN*.' Va.: April 18— Summary:: ''•"
FlMt race.* flre : f nrlonjrs— Laußbing Eyes, 5 to
l,,\n>n; Demetros.D to 20. i>eeon<l ;, Firebrand, 9
to 2, third: Time, 1:04 3-5. "-' -<-
': Second race, Tfour furlongrs i -TMaromara,'3'to 1,
won; May . Weed. 11- to> 6,;' second; Jack Ryan.,
eren: third.' 'Time,. :51 3-5.' •: - - \u25a0:,-••
"Third race.* flte and a half furlonps,' handicap—
Klnjr of Yolo. 8 to..V won I- Tlantland, 5 to 1,
second: Howlet, 40 to I. "third.: Tlmf, lill -2h. • i>
, ". Fourth' race,,: fire : furlongs. : selling — Grenade;"*
to 1, won: Racing Belle, -3 to 1. second; Amorel,
Ito 2. thlrd.V'Time. ; l:ol 4-5. , .„. :,-
.-,-, Fifth, race, one ralle^l.oln Cavanaugli.-T-to 2,
won; Dandpr,'s'to 1, eecoud; Smug.-5.t0 2. third.
TJrae. 1 >1:44 2-5:--v;.:.'Vvj},;*jfi:-:s ;-.'•-\u25a0 •••- -_ : . -.. •.
Slxtlj - rape. s tlx. . : foTionKP." / for . hunters. " under
auspices .Norfolk . hunt' clvb — Jim. 3. t0 -1,: won;
Oarrett.l to 2, second; "Monsoon, : 7 to 1, third-
Time. 1:23. \u25a0 ',' . " .. . . . \u25a0 :/ :
WAGNER TO START
INGLESIDE RACES
Prominent Automobile Author*
ity Witl Officiate at Big
Shriners' Meet
\u25a0Fred Wagner, official starter of t|ie
American automobile association, and
probably the best known authority on
track racing and endurance contests
in the United States, has been selected
to officiate as starter at the big two
days' race meet of .the San Francisco
Shrinors on April 23 and _4 at Ingle
side racetrack.
.Wagner is now in Los Angeles, where
he has been acting as official starter at
the opening meet of the new $150,000
motordrome in that city.
The following is a list of events
scheduled for the two days:
SATURDAY. AI'KII, _.{
KYent No. I— Class C. division IA. tjve miles.
First prlzo. trophy; second prize, trophy. Cars
listing ?I. ."00 and under. :
Evfnt No. 2— Class C, division 2A. one mile,
special, open to Brownie ear only. First prize,
trophy; si-cond prize, trophy.
.Event No.. 3— Clhss C. division 3A. live nitlog.
upon to enrs listing $2,500 and under. First
prize, trophy; second prize, trophy.
! ' Event .Xo.. -H-Class C. division 4A. .live, miles,
open to cars li^tinc $4,000 and tinder. First
prize, trophy: second prize, trophy. r
Brent No. ">— Pprelal, free for all motorcycle?,
five miles. First prize, value S2.V, second prize,
value $10.
Event No. ti— Five miles, free for all handicap.
First .priie.- trophy: second prise, tniphy.
Event.Xo..T— One mile, time trials for world*
circular dirt- ; track record. •\u25a0 \u25a0
Event No. -B—lo miles, free for all handicap.
First-prize, trophy: second prize, trophy.
'1:..-'; •\u25a0.'..-''\u25a0 SUNDAY; April 24
Kvent No., I— Class C. division lA. five- miles.
First prize, trophy; Second prize, trophy. Cars
listing $1..100.. ' \u25a0 • * 1
Event No.' 2— Five mile handicap for private
The Call's Racing Forecast
J PASSENGER— PRIDE OF LISMORE— GRAMERCY
\u25a0 \u25a0 FIRST RACE— Futurity- course; selllnp; 3 ypar olds: - - •
MndPX ' Horsp • . 'Wt . Remarks
J4W) PASSENGER V 107 May beat thin field. -
; «.V»2 PRIDE OF LISMORE 105 . Has speed.
H4B.V GRAMERCY .......*. 105 (Jood race last out.
11508 Key -el Tovar .108 Speed at times. ti
0485 "W. ,V. Brumby : 101 Ont* good race.
(•AM Camera 103 Closed well last 'out.
tvs7l Junn 10,"> Ran one good race.
«49.'i '(Jalene Gale OS Not much form..
(1403 Sisrus ..< ..108 Not much form.
C 33"» Glare no Not much form.
BAN ANN— OTHALE— LA CAMARGUE
SECOND RACK— Four furlong: nelllng; 2 year olds:
Index Home . Wt Remarks •
t!492 BAN ANN 107 Should boat thh field.
1i.103 OTHALE 05 • ..Improving.
H4fi2 LA OaoiAKGUE .'.../ 10T> (Jooil chance.
fi3S3 Emory X ". ....:.....:. .104 Speed some races.
Ard Lake ....'... ..103 Well bred.
<B. g. Cunard-Screen well Lake.) . \u0084\u25a0:•-..-.
6251 *Klefer . ; .-... 02 Not much form.
6492v»We«t I'olnt ...;.. ..100 Not much fcrm.
,6303 Lady M M 00. Not much form. -
iaCl Abella ....100 Shown nothing
I 6-103 Bessie C .......... . . . . 106 Shown - nothing. ~
.... Joe Wells ....................... 99, No line.
(Ch. k. Joe Terry-Malwolls.V '. . .
FRENCH COOK— DON ENRIQUE— AFTERMATH.
THIRD RACE— One mile and 20 yards; selling; 3 year olds and upward: .
Index Horse . . Wt . Remarks
«51l FRENCH COOK 11l Swell race yexterrlay.
6457 DON ENRIQUE . . .' 112 Hard to. beat if he runs kindly.
<648'.n A.tEKMATH 112 Beat fair field lost start.
64<il. Giles ................:... ...107 Fair showine last time.
6307 Mike Jordan ..:...'. .......107 Kunnlng well. .
0480 Spring Ban .........*.. .105 Should go well. • - . -.
. «457 Contra Costa ......: «0. Nice race last time.
6487 Wolf-HI* 1 .. _........ .....112 . May Improve.
641)5 "Nnsmerlto ....... ' .-...103' Away poorly last time.
r.4G3 Ooldway 112 . Races not much. •,
. 540(5 Llvlus 110 If ready chance.
\u25a0 0470 Orllene \u0084. :':..:.- .;.' 1110 Speed la*t out;, light weight.
FERN L— CLOUDLIGHT— LIKELY DIEUDONNE
"••FOURTH RACE — FlTe furlongs; Milpitas handicap; 3 year olds and upward:
Index \u25a0••'••'\u25a0 Horse • Wt Remarks . \u25a0
'fir-Crt FERN L... '..\u25a0\u25a0' .....: l>2- Fine race Tuesday.
•6488 CLOUDLIGHT '\u25a0"'.'"'.'.'.....\u25a0 112 "May be contender.
H.'.Ofi • LIKELY DIEUDONNE ...:....... 107 , Snoiild (Jo better "n dry tr«ck."
6506 Kid North >...;.'. W> Much speed Tuesday.
: 5869 • Nagazam .':..'...; ; 100 Chance If ready. -
,'.6157 -Napa Nick .... .......' OS Had long letup.
(W2l Meddling Hannah V. ..100 . First . start here.
" PICKAWAY— MATTIE MACK— KAISERHOFF
~ "• FIFTH RACE— One milp. and 20 ' yards; sell :njr; 3 year olds and upward:*
Index ' • '' : Horse ' • . Wt?.' » \u25a0 Remcrks
PICKAWAY ' .... 112 'May. carry his speed all the way.
-6487. MATTIE MACK ,\u25a0*""\u25a0- ....;. ..110 < A good chance. •
\u25a0 '6489 --KAISEKHOFF -••••-••••- ;112 \u25a0 .Rsn *one .good race. t - . ,\u25a0
\u25a0fUBI» Tom O'Malley V.". '."'.'.. .". ; .V.V. .'•... **7 -Chance, here, yi : ..
' 6477 ; Cataline ...•.*.."..'.•.'..'. .\u25a0 112 -May. im'proT<\ •
.6438 Silver Grain "' :'\u25a0•' \u25a0 \u25a0 .-..-.... .95 ' Chance on some races.
«479 .My Pa1'. ...,.:';' .V .V.V.'.". V .. ....107 Closed well last out. . .
- 6449 T1f115.... ..-..- •- , '\u25a0 ..108 Not , much form.
«444 . Right . Sort \u25a0;;\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 ""'...... ..108 '• Shown .nothing.
. 6303 Melton Cloth ."* ...... w . 103- First start here.... • - :
•:<V4B9 .Tbco-.Casciw \u25a0- ' 107 : Shown nothing:.-^ ; \u25a0 .
6479 Lanlta •...^.;\\'.\7'V'' v ''. % .......-.lor "No fovmr : •'
; . ORELiO^M ARSE /ABE— BANONICA
' . SIXTH RACE— Six furlonpi- .selVrDg; *4 year olds and upward: •
-. Index \u25a0 \u25a0•Horse-- \u25a0\u25a0- •*\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 .>-»« Wt •\u25a0.--•\u25a0• Remarks ' ,• •
0499 .ORELIO ' . ....110' - Should -beat thlg'fleld . -
(64*6) MARBE ABE '*"""" : .%;..109. One to beat.- \u25a0 .
(«4Bfl> BANONICA' \u25a0 ''''\u25a0'\u25a0""\u25a0"\u25a0'"\u25a0" .....107. \ • Beat* fair field last out.
fi.'.ol Fanenll Hair : .V.'.V.V.' : V.V.V.V.. ... .108 " Should go* well. 1 , •
• (6497)'ElIerd ....112 . I^i»t.:race good .one.'- _ .. i \u25a0
\ ; 8504 Fcther Stafford \u25a0'.:.' ....108 'May Improve oTer last. " \u25a0\u25a0
- R367. Airs. ."..;..-\u25a0.- :'"\u25a0"''\u25a0'-'\u25a0" -..\u25a0•., ,;i07 " ' Only race here not mneb.
.«4SR. .Anne MeGep '.'.':''"" :: .li 104 May improve. , \u0084 ,
(.6375) Gretchen- G .....V.i:. \u25a0 104' Won » at distance.
-: "501 'St. Francis' .-...\u25a0..]:'.''\u25a0* .'..,;... .ll' l . Threw, rider- last^ time.
.15407. Ampedo, .,.][[. '•""'-'"\u25a0"\u25a0",.\u25a0.;.:. ...'. 110 , Runs "well .at tlmes.V ' " :?-'., '.
/<M 74 Ralnade ..; ."."; ..';'..;.......".. ..105 \u25a0 > Some -races fair. ;.:
_ ... - ... ..., «.. \u0084. .» '' ' ' \ •"•' ;\u25a0.' /\u25a0
owners, member* of Shrine only. First prize,
Shrine trophy. Second prize. Shrine trophy.
Kvent No. :{— Class C. division 3A. five miles,
open to cars listing ?2.r>00 and under. First
prize; trophy :second prize, trophy.
Event No, 4 — Class C, division 4A. live miles,
open to curs listing $4,000 anil under. First
prize, trophy: second prize, trophy.
Event No. "• — Special, free for all motorcycles.
10 miles. First prize, value $25; second prize,
value $10. • . •
Event No. «! — Five DlltesO free for all handicap.
First prize, trophy; second prize, trophy.
Kvent No. 7 — One mile, time trials for world's
circular dirt. track record.
Event No. R — £6 miles, free for all handicap.
First prize, trophy; second prize, trophy.
Women Fencers Will
Clash Today
STANFORD UNIVERSITY; April 13^ —
The fair fencers of the university are
to meet tomorrow afternoon in Roblo
gymnasium to decide the women's
championship. More than 100 bouts of
one minute ea«h are, scheduled for the
afternoon. The' honors are at present
held by Miss E. Johnson '09. The en
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t R. M. Bennett, H. Flickinger, D. Slaw-
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E. Swift, B. Borough and G. Davis.
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IN JUBILEE SHOOT
Veteran Carried Off German
Schuetzen Club Honors in
Last Sunday's Events
OAKLAND, April 13. — Adolph Strecker.
a veteran member of the Germanu
schuetzen club, carried off hiarh honors
! in the silver jubilee shoot of his or
j ganization last Sunday. Following are
j the scores.
\ Stiwkn 71. TO: <;. ratthersr. Tl. «9; J. M.
KlaU.ni. 71. M»: T. 11- Burner. 71. «s ; H. Ens*.
I 71. •!«: 11. Hulkt. 71. *U*: W*. G. HolTraan. 7". fi9:
1 r'.M. ilradnaca. 7t>. i^>: W. •>. Bratton. W. fis;
N. K. IJI«k«-. 70. CS: R. J- Strwk^r. 70. B2; R.
StVttin. TV, .".4: A. J. BrannUan. «I>. «S; r. F.
! Sch!i.>it<T •\u25a0». B!»: f*. \u25ba'• Ratbjen*. (Ot,
.'.ft; A. .Stuilor. 89. 63; JI. Koblsn
I «lpr Us. 5.": faptaln J. l». Hplsf. R7. »>2: 6*«*se
i Bnhrs. «T. 34; K. S<hierbanni. 67: P. B. Fnkt.>r.
I GO, •>">; B. Jor.f<«. »;•">. • - >-l: 11. Sohweiser. t>K. 24; .?.
I'tchlK. «•">. «;\u25a0">: O. I!r»:uier. «."». B4: L. Bendpl. rt."».
iU{- U. Friokp. CS, «1: Arnold Srreeker. k.'.. .V>: r.
Mii*n. »!4. JO; CS. Barl«\v. 84. b2; .M. Blasts^. »U.
M>: J. <lf Witt. K4; A. Jnnghlut. 64; M. Hausncr
t«: Captain Klein. «3: G. Gunthner. 6C; K. Kin
irreen. 83: h\ Hansel!. «2: W. Goctze, 60; D
SehworuiHtetl. CO.
; Jacksonville Results i
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. April 13.— Kesulu:
First race, five and a half furlonss — Li*ta. ft to
t. won: Inforno Queen, » to 2. second: Hurlork.
6 to 1. third. Time. 1:0*2-3.
Second race, four furlonjc* — Kenoratnr. SO to 1.
won; rues*. 15 to 1. second; Grand: Peggy, 30 to
1. third. Time. :4!> 1-5.
Third race, gix furlones — M. J. Whelan. 1 tr» 2.
won: Herdsman. 5 to I, second: Fay O. 10»> to
1, third. Time. 1:14 2-5. .
Fourth race, six furlones — Ethon, 20 to 1. won;
Hoffman. 1 t" 2. second; Eye White. 8 to t
third. Tim». 1:11 4-5.
Fifth race, six furlnnes — Elizabetban. t to 2.
won: Morpeth. .". to 1. second; McLeod F, 25 to 1.
third. Time. 1:14 3-5.
Sixth race, six furlonp* — Chilla, 5 to 2. won:
Begone. SO to 1. second; Bonnie Bard. 6 to 1.
third. Time. l:l«S-5.
Sexenth race, one and a sixteenth jnlle<» — M.th
tifled. ."; to 1. won: Ja°fc Bitchf. 2 to 1. second;
El Oro. «to I. thTrd. Time. 1:47 2-5.
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MUSEUM OF ANATOMY I
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CALL WAXT ADS BRIXG RESULTS

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