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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
MANY ENTRIES MADE
FOR GRAMMAR MEET
Public Schools' League Track Events
Will Be Hotly Contested
A big entry list has been received for the second annual outdoor track
and lield meet of the Public Schools athletic league, which will be held next
Saturday morning and afternoon. Some hot contests arc sure to result.
Following is the full entry list, together with a key to the abbreviations:
A.. Adams; B. V.. Bay View; Ber.. Bergerot;'
Briil., li'-nial; Co., Colombia.; Cr., Crocker; Fair.,
Fairmount; Fre.. Fremont; E., Everett; F.,
Frsuklin; Han.. Hancock; I. M.. Irviag Scott; J.
L.. James Lick; J. S.. John Sweti; L. H., La
cuna Honda; liuta., Hamilton; Ht.. Hearst; H.
M., Horace Mann; L., Lincoln ; Mis-., Mission;
P. U.. Pacific Heights; R.. Roosevelt: Sh., Sher
idan: S. V.. Spring Valley; W-, Washington;
W. S.. WinflcU Scott.
EVKNT I—so1 — 50 yard dash; trials; SO
pounds:
FIBST HEAT
Jens«i J. S. iStedlisra, Fre.
Niekersnn, J. L. (Batii'tt. Han.
Steraii-b«r. L. | O'Brien. B. V.
Deneef, S. N. |Kr«tr. I. li.
SECOND HEAT
Katr, J. L. lOffeobach, ii..
Margo, J. S. iSassu*. S. V.
Tnp;ui. L. |»Vo!f. B. V.
Vcrdier. A. | Parker. I*. 1;.
THIRD HF.AT
Richards. J. I*. Iwifs. '--
Langendorf, J. S. 1 Davis, s*. V.
Wltean. I. M. S. IMeWUlUnis. B. V.
Citron. A. i Fontaine, Mis.
FOURTH HEAT
Saviile. ,L. H. ißrucce, Ber.
Levy C. R. |Arata. Co.
toevas, I. M. S. lHancock, M.
Larson, A. |Ehritt. Mis.
FIFTH HEAT
I'etterson. I* H. Riordon. B<-r.
McDonald, Cr. | Hart well. C<>.
Barr. Sh. lU'oley, ML
I'uipps Bcml. IMolloy. Mi*.
SIXTH HEAT
Hihbett. L. U. IWalker. Co.
Test, Cr. IKsrotiedo. M.
I-airtheaume, Sh. Welch, lair.
l.i»ti*fell<>w. Bernl. |Rrrd. R.
Zimmerman. Ber.
SEVENTH HKAT
F.pan. Fair. IHogan. W. S.
Pfeiffer. Ht. lltufl. Han.
Berry. Sb. iHollis. Ht.
Haiaaoa. B<>nil. |lU!ston, K.
Fiokelstrin. Ham. I
EIGHTH HEAT
Anders.™ Fair. IHossfeld. W. S.
Lilly. Ht. IBolcer. P. H.
O'Connor. S. N. ißarton, S. N.
Abranis. Fre. IKussel. H.
Cretan. Ham. I
EVEXT 2—602 — 60 7«rd« danh; trials; 03
pouodn:
FIRST HEAT
Muvin J. U. !Katz. Fre.
Swift, J. S. JJo:i»-s. Hho.
l i.hi. Ht. I Kraft, M.
I.ieb. Sh. iSiebke. Mis.
oKeefe. S. N. I
SECOND HEAT
tli<-ks IReinke. Fre.
I« trvwitz. J. S. jßMUennau. Han.
X-lfxiinj. I« ILapetto. M.
li.artJon, Sh. ! Flaherty. Mis.
1 knta. A. I
THIRD HEAT
s..wy,-r. J. L. . |Tn»u«ff. F.
Blark, Cr. IWbite, S. V.
K.jhbeclicr, L. jMagee, M.
Turner. Sh. IFantln. It.
S.-ott. A. I *
FOURTH HFAT
I.uras. L. H. I Bell. Ber.
Eaglepon. Cr. Pauohont S. V.
McConnlrk. I. M. S. Gavin. P. U.
Pillman. Co. Oilmore, R.
Wand. A. I
FIFTH HEAT
Burner, Fair. ! Fortune. Bernl.
Vodden. Cr. IFuehs. Ber.
McDonnell. I. M. S. |<;«ili. S. V.
HemeDwa.T, Co. I Wickersham. P. H.
SIXTH HEAT
Monreh^ad. Fair. I Evans. Bttil.
Linesar. Ht. IDussan. Ber.
Russell. I. M. S. UVttwnn. W. S.
O'Connor, S. M. IHaiTison. P. H.
SEVENTH HEAT
S'-hmietwiiek. J. S. Danton, Bernl.
Thompson lit. hrross. Ham.
Uowuer. H. M. iDanis. B. V.
Duprat. S. N. Annando. Mis.
EVK.NT 3—703 — 70 yard dash; trials; 110
pound* t
FIRST HEAT
Towle, 3. \j. Hart. Fre.
Rheinlcke, Fair. Uanls, B. V.
rirlffln. I. M. S. Rhine. R.
Toehio, A. I
SECOND HEAT
Kling. J. U Olender. Fre.
Hooper. J. S. Downing. Hit
Jenkins. I. M. S. ' Kelle.r. V. 11.
Miller, A. Spargo, U.
THIRD HEAT
Morgan. J. L. IThornton. It.
Frost. J. S. lßosq. Ham.
Lagenbacb, I. M. S. i Paulson; P. H.
\u25a0 Benny, A. I Koonirk, R.
FOURTH HEAT
L«c. L. H. RichardFOD. E
Herndon. Cr. Leiehenring, Ham.
Johnson. Sb. Arfrjlc, Mis.
Mmehan. Brnl.
TIFTH HEAT
Sclig. L. H. Barth. E.
McEllean. Cr. (Jlass, S. V.
Sh. MeHenry. Mi*.
Hutchison, BrcL . -
SIXTH HEAT
\u25a0 Bro»rn. Fair. LerinKon, E.
OllTi, Cr. NaTarro. W. S.
Clark, S. N. Wharton, Mis.
lJoi-krasn. Brnl. GarrifruK. Co.
. KVI2.VT 4—loo ytLT&m dash; trial*; un
: limited!
FIRST HEAT
' Mcbtbodr. J- I«- McFarland. F.
I>ene. Fair. Hayes, S. V.
I»«Ti»e. Cr. Sullivan. R.
Hamilton. 1. M. S.
SECOND HEAT
Frank. J. L. rostello. F.
• Wolff. J. S. Graham. Co.
McDonald, Ht. I^lser, R.
. t.rtaJfh, A.
THIRD HEAT
. Solomon, J. It. Seeley. Ber.
fhtxebman, J. S, Ross. Co.
Kafka. Ht. Gibbs, R.
. J«wsen. .A.
FOURTH HEAT
Tbotnpfon, L. H. McKenzle. Brnl.
.Hnff. Cr. Warner, Ber.
Prentice, I. M. S. Reid, Co.
FirTH HEAT i
' T.iadsren, L. H. Peterson, Brnl. ;
Smurr. C. R. Knolee, Ham.
Dexnari. I. M. S. Leone, P. H.
BVEVT S—22oS — 220 yard* dash; trials; Si
pounds t
FIRST HEAT
RaMdk, J. U. JPotoff, F.
Cowden. J. S. Loves, B. V. <"
. SeUmen. I. M. S. Proll. P. H.
Hotchner, A. Conroy. Berg.
SECOND HKAT
Roan. J. L. Kimn. F.
Fisher. J. S. Gulstl. M.
Johnson. I. M. S. I Goldman, P. H.
Aoki, A.
THIRD HEAT
Web»ter. L. IHaack. Ber.
Harwood. Cr. ißuehn, M.
ADderson, Sh. |Almquist, P. H.
Brady. A. I
FOURTH HEAT
SrhUeredt. Fair. | Vocke. S. V.
l-'nger. Cr. Bailey, M.
Scbmltz. Sh. Dettmerine, R.
Duffy, Brnl.
FIFTH HEAT
Kaiser. Fair. I Vininj, Brnl.
Calender. Cr. J Brown. Co.
I'atscl, Sh. IViiearea, Ham.
SIXTH HEAT
Smith. J. S. , jßrennan. Brnl.
Boaster. I. M. S. I Maccagno, Ham.
Goodman, S. N.
EVEXT 6—4406 — 440 yards run; trials; 11
pounds:
FIRST HEAT
* Anderson. J. Xj. ! Clark. BrnL .
Goncalven. Fair. lJudee. Fre.
Volx, J. S. j Parker, Co.
Wil«on, Cr. ' I Heyneman, P. H.
Sol&rl. I. M. R. I .
SECOND HEAT
Heaoey. J. L. Sbeppard, Brnl.
i ornlrin. Fair. Gavlpan. Ber.
McElroy. 1. X. Daley. Co.
Hartley. I. M. S. Billanosa, W. S.
Herls, Sh. j Derinrensl, W.
THIRD HEAT "
Clark. L. H. Kelson, Brnl.
Ki?*er. 3, g. Eisner, Ham.
Bagdsley, Cr. Payne, Co.
r»euUn<man, I. SI. S. Miller. P. H.
Reynolds, A. - . Garrin, R. '
EVK.VT 7—440 yards relay; trials; g
pound*: ' . . : \u25a0'.'/\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0^O'"
FIRST HEAT
. WnsbiiiFto'j — ' I Hanaea.'-v'-.r*
SfTieinr 1111 1 1 I Nilan
Cadenlr i l^i place
Danaozonio . ; Haneock
A P Brown " • <"*«np^o«
ft. b££t! :R.c«,nein
ljiiik " j John Swctt—
RucwcTelt— . « Uuwlio \u25a0 — _-^
" "'" ' ". " '"' :*, ' •"\u25a0'•>'3 \u25a0," '\u25a0 ;
Deerinp Jacobs
Dp Wolf <Joldbeek
Tyler Carothera
Cordy Fonseoa
Bay View — . (jrnpcnKeter
Uarde
SECOND HEAT
Pacific Heights — Costello, \V.
Houston Andre
dampen \u25a0 Mllcnbacli
Harris I .^boriiiau —
M.Williau'..- | Douglas
Stanyan . IScholi
BLatltoru lYorhy
Adams — !Mi>ss
M.u.ikm .lU'Hara
Spitz 1 Columbia--
Ukdioji Hlold
.I«ciil-sen i Wallace
Si.teman | Martin
Franklin — JToomey
Coetelto, A. I
THlftl) HEAT
James l.ict — IBlake
. Jennings ILowin
Costello Nathan
Stanley I Koenfleld
O'Coancll I Spring Valley —
I Atkinson I Burko
B^rnal— ll>avis
| Daley I Slovens
Drlsi-01l JKalkenstein
Kurnang . I Krerott —
Philips -^ I Bradley .
Johnsuii I Weiss
Fremont — I Coiirneen
1 Mitrhell iSk-bert
Keanis I
FOURTH HEAT
Lacuna Honda — I Offenbach
! L'tschlg ILowin
! Hilihett I Heruerot—
| !->ht ! Miller
! Shrank Illeaney
| I.'ndgron li'liattertoa
! Haydon ! Brian
Mission — i < 'oilman
i StrohuiPier I Crocker —
Hodgson )Sandow
CJodant I I'nrer
Dorman | Thomas
Hamilton — ILowrnthal
Newman IJeusen
BlaisdPl I
BVEXT S — MO yards relax? trials) 95
pounds:
FIRST HEAT
\u25a0 I.azuna Honda — W. Sachan
i A lion Bode
i Armstrong: Columbia —
! Brv»tz Mullln
| Borchers | Haak '
Thompson j Kaupert
; Adams — I Cordano
j Rice Pacific Heights —
Koulos Jordan
' Lando Breton
• Kent Kmpey
State Normal— Crorker
I Nybye . Bates
; F. Saehan
SECOND HEAT
i Crocker — I Baclpalupl
j Seleck JHlldehrand
: l)(Mlp»» j (;arrigan
I VV ce * >int Washington—
Gentosa I > lanplll
Larson RnoscTClt —
Bassett I Seovile
Dannis jl'nser
Taylor McCarthy
Hancock— | Flood
Campana
THIRD HEAT
John Swett — Bay View
Smith Froellch
Kuhlman Lavin
Grapeneeter . Cassinelli
Carruthers McMichael
Hearst Monroe —
Spring Valley— Fritz
Nicola! * Ghiotto
Barron Barnacle
O'Brien Brown
Kehrlein
EVKXT 8—4408 — 440 yards relay; trials; 115
i pounds:
FIRST HEAT
Crocker— Mino
I mil Spingola
iV&rU Risbers;
Mu.ir£ H ''f lflc nei K ht,-
. Fl/chel
Hancock— Burns
Pt-ra Padilla
SECOND HEAT
Spring Valley — Wlssel
{ Toffanelll De la Qnesta
i .Stark ' Hlllebrand
Fogg Washington —
Van Male Ferroplaro
Favllla Gaviattl
Bay View — \u25a0 Pu*y
McEvoy , Ertola
THIRD HEAT
Hparst — [-Grant
; Harms lGarigan
: Werthelmcr I Larsen
Wolf Hamilton —
i Suparman Booker
i Carroll iswartz
Bergerot— t Field
Smiley ' » Worburtoa
Healey |
EVENT 25— llunniiic broad jump; SO
pounds:
Kllltraard. J. L. Bills. A.
KenDey, J. I*. Rebulio, Brnl.
Scboeider. J. Ij. Kraullr, Brnl.
i Kranei*. tu H. Phillips. Brnl.
I Spillane. L. H. Davis. Fre.
| Bcaulean. L.. 11. Schmulowltz, F.
; I^avitt, Fair. Appel. Berg.
l Kclleber, Fair. Wedetneyer. Berg.
: Nfenwl. J. 8. Meyers. Ham.
! Mumt. 3. S. Lincoln, Ham.
: Schon. J. S. Maas, C. S. V.
I Bater.vCr. Tbiebaut. S. V.
! Spaver. Cr. Keopf, Col.
i Cablll. Cr. < ;I)anahea, Col.
i <;rlffln. Ut. iJonr-s, W. S. -
Brown, Ht. Coates, B. V.
Scbuler. Ht. Kayser, B. V.
Schuler, Ht. Schmidt. B. V.
Volosln*. L. Gunley, M. t
Kohbeeher, I* Radorlch, P. H.
Dunning. I. M. S. Dc Aree, P. H.
Weiss, IMS. Johnstono, Mil.
O'Brien. I. M. fi. Nennan. Mis.
; Lamberty. Sh. Saper, W.
Nelson, S. N. Lloyd, K.
Luce, A. Kiberger, B.
Jorgensen, A. |Roth, E.
KVEXT 26— Running high Jump; .01
pounds t
B Qalnn. J. L. Ammott, Brnl.
4V. Qalnn, J. L. t. Smith. Brnl.
Christian, J. L. Zlnns. Fre.
lohnpoD. L. H. Harkowltz. Fre. .
Dolan, I*. H. Canata. Fre.
Koester. J. S. WHkowskl. B.
l.ictatenstein. J. S. Loehr, Berpr.
Kurtzman. J. S. Crowley. Ham.
Groom, Cr. Beacbett. S. V.
Bender, Cr. Barbe, S. V.
Parry. Ht. Laid law. S. V.
Oe <irllle, Ht. Wagoner. P. H.
Rancke. I. M. S. Schastey, P. H.
I>-wls. L M. S. Demartlnl, W.
I'lcishman. Sb. Baglletto, W.
Slicehan, Sh, Gonallbardon, W.
Johnson, Sh. » Maloney. R. ;
McGlllway, A. McKarna, R.
V. Smith. Bernl.
EVENT 27 — Running broad jump
115 pounds:
n. Smith, J. li. Fassett. Fre. . •
F. .Smith, J. I~ • Wolonjsewicz, F.
Holmberg.' J. L. Valento.F.
* Meyers, Fair. Heaney. Berg.
Phillip*:. J. 8. Gladstone. Ham.
Schraemll. J. S. Carlson. C. V.
Britt, J. S. Brennan. Col.
Hallett. I. M. S. Kberlle. Col.
Tarabacbio. I. M. S. Schablague, ?Jan.
Boyle. I. M. S. Asher, P. 11.
Schade. S. ; N. . Ford. Mfg. r
Johnson. Brnl. Kdmunds. R.
Land. Brnl. - Darbee, R.
Hoetzel. Bernl. \u25a0
EVENT 21— "S8O yards run; unlimited
Colo. L. H." I Arnold, Berg.
McAdoo. Fair. I Van \u25a0 Burch. • Berg.
McKlttrick, J. S. lAleorn. Ham.
Steele. J. S. IBnrton, S. V..
Hearst. J. 8. jl^bse. Col.
Adams, Cr. • IStruven, Col.
Podro, Cr. Lass, Cf>l.
Spencer, Ht- \u25a0 (tlaranuonl. Han.
n I/vrett. I. M. R. Croispl. Han.
v Thlelmeyer. I. M. S. Tmplnl.Han.
Bwvlnnd, I. M. S. Hart. P. H. . '
Buehler. Sh. \u25a0 II^>JUI. P.,H.
Noal. A. . IHayne, P. H.
Okamotn. A. Crespl. W.
Hums Brnl. • Conrado. R.
Akard. Brnl. Ffockwald, Ham.
Cazaubon, F. - Morton, F. v,„
;. Buff- Ehman, the giant :slab artis
who worked last season for - the , Sac
tramento club, and who was taken ovc
by \u25a0 th o ; Boston American • c\ ub. ' has . bee;
sold to the Denver club: for ' 11,000,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, APRILi 26, 1910,
JEFF QUITS GYM,
OBEYING CHOYNSKI
Trainer in Chief at Rowarden*
nan Finds Big Fellow Is
Overtraining
BEX LOMOND, April 25. — Following
the suggestion of Joe Choynski, the
new physical director at Camp Roward
ennan, Jim Jeffries forsook the train
ing curriculum today and, if he can be
prevailed upon to accept the advice of
his handlers, it will be several days
before the gymnasium and the handball
court see him again. It is the trainer's
opinion that Jeffries has been working
too arduously since he went into train
ing and from now on the order of the
labor will be regulated with greater
consideration for system.
Accompanied by Sam Berger, his
manager, Farmer Burns and a, party
of friends, Jeffries took an automobile
trip to Santa Cruz this afternoon, where
the former champion had a dip in the
surf and enjoyed a hot srflt water tub
bath. A swift trip from the beach
brought the party back to Ben Lomond
in time for the evening meal, at which
Jeffries displayed a well proportioned
appetite that had been set on edge by
the sea breeze.
Berger and Jeffries have as yet had
no formal talk over the matter of a
referee, although the date for the se
lection of the man who is to officiate
at Emeryville on tho fourth of July is
only a little more than a week distant.
First Ticket for Teddy
DENVER, April 25.— The first ticket
for the heavy weight championship be
tween Jim Jeffries- and Jack Johnson
at San Francisco on July 4 will be pre
sented to Theodore Roosevelt upon his
arrival in New York.
This statement was made by "Jack"
Gleason, one of the fight promoters,
while in Denver yesterday on his way
to the coast.
The ticket will be made of solid gold
and appropriately engraved. The idea
of presenting former President Roose
velt with the -\u25a0 first ticket originated
with Gleason' while % he was in New
York recently and saw the prepara
tions being made for Roosevelt's re
ception upon his return to his native
land.
NEW; YORK, April 25. — Wall street
in large part is making its vacation
plans with Emeryville, Cal., on July 4
as the principal stopping place.
"The street" has the fight fever to an
unprecedented extent, and today it was
roughly figured that of 1,000 reserva
tions of berths for the Pacific coast ex
pected to be made within the next three
weeks, at least a third will be taken by
men in the financial district who plan
to see the Jeffries-Johnson battle.
Many clubs are arranging for special
cars to take delegations of their mem
bers west, while larger organizations
are planning to charter whole trains
to take big parties to the scene of the
big mill.
Zeider and Gandil secured a hit each
in three trips to the bat in the opening
game with St. Louis.
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryville
Ordfr In which horsps figure Jn The Call Handicap is Indicated in black face type.
OAKLAND, Monday, April 25, 1910. — One hundred and fourteenth day. Weather clear.
Track fast. E. C. Hopper, presiding jndgo. Richard Bwyer. starter. • \u25a0 -
CRCQ FIRST RACE— Fire and a half furlongs; purse; maiden 3 year olds; value to first
OwDJ ;i.y>. \u25a0
Index. | Horse and Owner. . |Wt|St. M Mt % Str. Ftn. | Jockpy. | Pp.. Cl.
0545 (I)DIRECTELLO (Oakwood S)|ll0 1 ~ 2 2 2 n U 1%1 -Vi Molesworth . ll- r > W-5
a>>4i> Dowere^s (Sacramento S. F.). 110 3 ... 51 5 2144 ij 2us Callahaii .... 12 12
0545 Sully (Mnltnomah stable)..... 110 8 ... 8% 7 n 6Mi 3 n L. A. Jacksn 20 30
6545 (2)CANTEM (J. Lahey) 112 4 ... 4 % 3 2%5 h 4 % Selden 5-2 12-5
6520 Green Dragon (Schreiber) 108 2 ... In 1 1%2 I^s 1 Mcßride .... 6 10
652»? New Capital (Applegatc) 107 5 ...3n 4h-3n «2 Cotton 15 SO
C.4S!) Clrco (Hollwood stable) 107 0 ... 0 2%9 2V47 2% Van Onsen.. 30 40
6526 Dahlgren (C. H.. Widemann).. 112 6 ... 10 1112 8 3 8 1 A. Williams. 15 10
6545 (3 )VESP ASIAN (N. Jortall)... 110 12 ...12 12 12 93' Coburn 5 8
«545 Billy Saunders (Raisin City).. 100 11 ... 11 210 %11 210 24 Hinrich 30 60
(\u25a0,545 Ethel McX (McKenzle) 105 7 ... 6 1%6 % 0 i«ll % A. Thomas.. 15 15
C 545 Ormonde Cunningham (Hoag) . . 112 10 -..., 7 8 u.lO »412 Kent | 8 S
Time — :25, :49 3-5, 1:00. At post 4 minutes. Off at 1:40^. Dlrectello. 1 place. 1-2 show:
Doweress, 5 place, 5-2 show: Sully, 5 nhow. Winner b. f. by Santello-Directa. Trained
lir W. P. Maxwell. Start good. Won easily. Second and third driving. High price —
lioweress 20, Cantem 3, Ethel McX 80. Directello, outrun first part by Green Dragon, took
I the lead a furlong out and breezed home. Doweress closed very strong. She will do. Sully
! made a good bid at the end. Cantem ran his race. Green Dragon had the speed, but
| stopped rery badly. New Capital showed some speed. Vespasian broke harlly. .
I CTCTfrt SECOND RACE — Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to first $150.
j lndei.l Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. M Vi \u25a0% Str. Fin. | Jockey. I Op. "cT
J ii.',oS (Z)ACQUIA, 4 (J. Faxon) 101 1 ... 2h 22 1%16 Buxton 5 5
0552 Mollie Montrose, 5 (J. Strite) 104 3 ... 1 1%1/1%2 1 2 % A. '. Thomas... 3 4
0552 Jlllett. a (F. Rlnehart) 99 4 ... 3 2 3 I%') 1143 2 , Rooney . 0 B
6558 (I)PHILLISTINA, 4 (Green). 101 8 ... 5% 4 n 42 4 2 Selden 7---' 4
6557 (B)KETCHEL, 3 (Stockton)... 02 7 ... 8% 6 .« 5 2 5 4 Kederis ..... 4 5
6560 Hannibal Bey. a (Hopper).... 103 5 ... R 1V47 %62 C 4 Parker « 8
6558 Bellsnicker, a (F. Goulart)... 100 n ... 0 2 92 » 1 7 3>4 Post 15 30,
6527 Galvanic, a (C. M. Polk) 106 2 ... 7% 8 2^7 % S iv 2 a. Williams. 10 20
6527 Chitterlings. 4 (C. E. Mlzell) . 107 10 ... 10 2104 10 4 9 % Coburn 25 40
6530 Royal N. 6 (Wilson & R.) 109 6 ... 4 1 on S 2 10 % Callahan .... 12 ;25
ft')s7 Maud McG. 6 (Valentine) 108 11 . . .11 11 11 11 Mcßride .... 15 20
Time— :24 3-5, :4fl 4-5, 1:01, 1:10 2-5. At post 4 minutes. Off at 2:lo%. Acquia, 11-5 place,
7-5 show; Montrose, 2 place, 1 show; Jlllett, 6-5 show. Winner b. m. by Kllkorran-
Ilmarlnen. Trained by C. Buxton. Scratched — 6545 Bonnie Rog. ' Start. good. Won easing
up. Second driving. Third handily. High price— Acquia 7. Phlillstina 5, Ketcliel 7. Win
ner bid up from $300 to $600 by J. T. Strite and sold. . Acquia showed wonderful improve
ment over recen form. She took the lead when ready and won pulling up. Montrose ran
her race. So did Jillett. Phlillstina ran to present form. So did Ketchel. Others showed ,
very Utle. --\u25a0--\u25a0 -' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0
gBTHJ THIRD RACE — Futurity course; selling; 3 year olds and upward; ""value to first $150.
j i-.U-x.l Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. Vz »4 « Str. Fin. |' Jockey. | Op. Cl.
«550 (2)II/EX, 3 (C. Horning) 100 2 ... 1 2 2^l 5 A. Thomas.. 5 9-2
0552 Burning Bush, 6 (Ramsey )7... 106 3 ... 2V, 3 1%3 2 2 1 Molesworth . 10 12
0356 Biskra. 5 (J. 5t0we). ......... 104 4 ... 3% 2 2% 3 n Callahan .... 8 9
6562 (I)EMMA G r 5 (J. Schreiber) . 99 1 ... 4 n 54 5242 W. Oargan. . 5-23
•5550 (3)SEEVICEJJG£, 4 (TraTera) 111 5 ... 5 2^4^41 52% Cotton 0 13-5
6559 Burlelgbva (B. l>. Jones)..... 106 « - .. . 6 2^>B 2-65 '6 4 J. King..... 7 9
6565 Ampedo, 6 (Way land & C 0.).. 114 7 ... 7 4 7 10,7 10 720 A. Williams. « 10
6565 Biased. 3 (M. White) 101 9 ... 0 8.8 8208 20 Van Dnsen.. 20 20
.C 370 Tom Adamg. R (K. & X.)... 106 8 ... 8 1%9 9 9 \y; Zlegler.. 60 100
Time— :24 1-5, :48 2-5. 1:00 3-5. 1:102-5. At post 9V» minutes. Off at 2:44. . Ilex. 2 place. 4-5
show; Bush. 4 place. 11-5 show; Biskra, 8-5 show. Winner br. c. by Orsini-Rose of China.
Trained by C. Homing. Scratched — 6557 Sainest. 1 "- Start good. Won .'easily.. Second and
third driving-. High price — Emma G4, Biased 25. Ilex went to the front at once and
always held bis field safe. Burning Bush run Ms race. So did i Biskra. Gargan no help
at all to Emma Q. Servlcence showed nothing. He wants soft going. ».' :
CK79 FOLTITH RACE— Six furlongs; the Clayton handicap; 3 year olds and upward; value
DOfaC to first $250. •\u25a0:\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0-' - •
index.! Horse and Owner. IWttSt. Vi %« % '- Str. Kin. | .Twkey. | Op. cT
\u2666!554 (3)FERN L, r> (Jackson) ;. «6 1 ... 1 V& 1 % 1 2 11 [A." Thomas. . 4 \u0084 : 5 '
65«S I>ewiston. 3 (P. Mulcahy) . 57.3, ... 83 . 3 2%3 n 2 % Selden ...... 10 15
653(5 Rpv Hindoo. 5 (Oakwood).... 113 2 ... 5 4% 4 1 3 n Cavanaugh .. 6 6
(6536) (1)BUB. WATER, 4 (Molera). 120 5 ...,4 n 5 •', 41% A. Williams. 1 1
6554 (2)EinFIEI,D. 4 (J. Brown) . . 105 4 . . . \u25a02 3 2 2 215 Molesworth \u25a0 4 4
Xlme — :24 3-5. :48 4-5. 1:13 3-5. At post 2 minutes. Off at 3:09. Fern; 13-10 place. 1-2 show;
Ijewlston, 4 place, 3-2 show; Hindoo, 4-5 show.' Winner b. m. by Dewey, or Otis-King's
! Lady. Trained by A. J. Jackson. Start good. Won driving. Next two same. High price —
Fern- X. 11-2, Rey, Hindoo 7, Bubbling Water 11-10. Enfleld 21-5. Thoiuaß did not wait
with Fern h today, but sent her right to the front, setting, a', faster pace with her thanbe :
did when beaten by Bubbling Water. ! She stood a drive and was in no danger any part
.of it today. I^wiston ran right to his notch. ! " Rey Hindoo closed resolutely. Bubbling \u25a0
Water outrun all the way and did not closo as stoutly as she has of late. ' Enfield quit
after chasing Fern h all the way. ____;
eit^O FIFTH RACE— One mile and 20 yards; selling; 3 year olds and upward: value to
DO 1 3 first $200. -\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 >-\u25a0•\u25a0•\u25a0 -\u25a0'\u25a0 --\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 .
Index.! Horse and Owner. |Wt|St. • *4 Vi % Str. Fin. | Jorkey. | Op. Cl.
"Ck'i47 Beau Man. 4 (Bard & F.).... 10C 2 2 1%1 % 2 2^,1 n 1 h Taylor ..... * 6 7
(W3S)(3)TREMARGO. 4 (Quinlan)... 100 3 112 2 1 n 23 2 n Coburn ..... 4 . 5
(6555) (2)B0N ENRIQUE, 6 (Baird) 107 7 7 2%7,n 6^s^ 31% Cavanaugh .. 5-2 9-2
0541 Aks-Ar-Ben. \u25a0 4 (Cliappell) . .. . . 109 8 8 8 71 6 3 4 h Jarrett ..... . 10 15:
(6547) (I)OCEAN SHORE, 0 (Elliott) 104 4 3% 3 n S|% 3 1%5 4 A. Williams. 7-2 12-3
6537 Kaiserhoff, 6 (McPherson)..... 107 5 5 m 5 5 52 4n 6fl A. Thomas.. 6
0546. Saracinesca. 6- (V- Casserly).. 108 1 6 8 6 2^B '. S 7 n Mcßride .... 50 100.
6555 Miss Naomi. 4 (Albright)..... 9" 6 - 4U%4 4- 4 1' 7 3 8 ' Callahan .... 6 6
Time— :U4 3-5, :49 1-5. 1:14 1-5. 1:41 1-5. 1:422-5. At; post 1% minutes. Off at 3:28%. Man.
• 5-2 place, 6-5 show; Tremargo, 2 place, 1 show: Enrique, 1 nhow. Winner eh. b. by Beau \u25a0>
Ormonde-Afamada. Trained by F. Farrar. Scratched— 647B Meltondale. Start good. Won
driving.. .Second same. Third easily. : High price— Tremargo «. Enrique 5, Ocean Shore 5,;
Miss Naomi 7J :; Bean ; Man and .Tremargo alternated in the lead all the way, but when it
came. to a drive Beau Man proved a bit the gamer. -.Don Ewique closed very strong and hadr
Cavanaugh made his move a bit sooner he would have won. Aks-Ar-Ben closed well. Ocean
Shore ran a' fair race only. Others showed nothing at all.' \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0, \u25a0.-:.>\u25a0' \u25a0 • ': r. .
eC7A SIXTH, RACE— Six furlongs; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to first $200. >•
" \u0084?x.l Horse and \u25a0 Owner, .i IWtlSt. % V* = \u25a0%\u25a0.\u25a0 Str. Fin. | Jockey. \u25a0 | Op. Cl. :
6499 (3)L. PANCHITA; 3 (Johnson) 95 3 ; . . . 1 2^l 3 1 3 1 2 A. Thomas. . l .2 8-5
8546 (2)ADENA,;S.(W. Durker).:. 109 7 '.;. 7 52 3^2n Coburn ...M • G -7^
'6553 Billy Myer, 5 (J. M. Crane).. 11l 1 ... 2% 2 2K-2 % 3 %\u25a0\u25a0 A. Williams. 7-2 414 1
6529 Madeline Musgrave. 4 (Scott) . 106 2 .;. 4 1-4 n 4 2^4 2>s E. Smith..:. 0 12
6524 (I)MAEBTJRG, 4 ; (Paddock) .. 11l H ... 6 2 62:6 10 5 8 Van Dusen;. 11-5 .3
65G5 Argonaut, 4 =(W. -Cahi11). . . . .. 11l 4 ... .V ." I^.'J % •"• n , 6 2% Seldrn' ..:... .8 S
C 557 Dovalta. 5- (CH. Widemann). lOfl 5 sn" 7 '7 -.-> \u25a0 Moßrldo .. .'. SO. 40'
Time— :24.:4B 2-5, 1:13 4-5.: !At post 4V; minutes. Off at 3:SOVi- -• Panchita,' 7-10 place, 1-3.
- • show; Adena.: s-2 place. 11-10 show; Myer. : 7 -10 : show. -•\u25a0 -.Winner." br. • f . v by \u25a0»\u25a0 Ogden-Bremeu.."
• -> - Trained by G., Gray. /- Start good. v. Won .ridden out. 1 - ••Next two' driving/ High price — Adena |
' 8. Billy MyerJ: 9-2, .. Marburg -T. 6-5, ;•: Argonau t 10." • Lady \u25a0 Panchita " had - the ' foot ' \u25a0 set the ' pace :
all 'the way .* and ; won out without much "trouble.'; although- Thomas rode \u25a0; her. out- all £ final ;
- . 'furlong.' : "Adena . closed *. well." ». Billy : Myer r an to , form, v Marbnrg :\u25a0 had : no \u25a0: cpeed i »nd Van x
v '-'.-'\u25a0 Dusen appeared unable to make him extend ' h liusclf . ".' ', Argonaut needs ra J stronger - rider f than ;
tScldcn to keen him going. \u25a0\u25a0: . . » . - \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 _ - .
- > : , ..«. .-., \u25a0 ";\u25a0 i -. .-.. \u25a0 • \u0084 , .
JACK GLEASON IS
BACK FROM EAST
Has Settled Many Details in
Connection With Fight and
Talked With Johnson
Jack Gleason, side partner lof Tex
Rickard in the promotion of the Jef
fries-Johnson fight, returned from the
east last night, where he has been
straightening out matters in connec
tion with the big fight. Gleason had
several talks with Johnson, and the
colored champion assured him that he;
would be here by May 1, according to
the articles. Quoth Gleason:
"The people here can not imagine the
interest the people of the east and
middle west are taking in the coming
fight, and I can not see how the rail
road companies are going to get
enough Pullman cars to accommodate
the crowd that will make the trip. It
is not alone the sporting element that
is taking interest in the big fight, but
the best citizens of the country are dis
cussing the respective merits of the
fighters.
"Iwmet -F. G. Bonfils, a newspaper
editor of Denver, who had been in
Egypt. Bonfils met the Roosevelt
party in Egypt and rode on a camel
alongside of Kermit. He told me that
the former president's son was deeply
interested in the fight and that his
father promised to send him out here
to see the scrap.
"I met Johnson in Chicago and again
at Cheyenne, Wyo. He was to show'at
Salt Lake, and told me he would go to
Los Angeles from there. He said that
he would be in this city on April 29
or 30. Johnson looks to be in fine
shape, notwithstanding some rumors
which have been spread to the con
trary. One look at him will satisfy you
that he is ready to put up a great fight.
"He expressed himself as being ex
tremely confident of, winning, but he
did not say how long he thought it
would take him to do the job."
Gleason has been boosting the Met
ropolitan clv, with which he is asso
ciated, throughout the east. He says
that while he will be kept busy with
the big match, he will endeavor to sign
up some big attractions for the Metro
politan club.
Semiprofessionals to
Furnish Card
OAKL.AND, April 25. — The Railroad
men's club . will give its initial pro
gram of boxing contests Tuesday even
ing at the clubrooms in Twentieth
street near San Pablo avenue.
Chick Hudson and Cyclone Johnny
Thompson will meet in the main event.
Nick Brady and Jeff Perry are on for a
10 round number.
Jeff O'Connell and Willie Canole will
clash in a six round match. Young
Turner and Martin, Erne and Lewis are
scheduled each pair for four rounds.
BRILLIANT FIELDING
WINS FOR GIANTS
Bridwell Starts a Triple Play,
While Four Doublets Help
Brooklyn Out
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
NATIONAL LEAGUE Club— W. L. l*ct.
Club— W. L. Tot. Boston .3 5 .575
Pittsburs ..5 1 .S;KS Cincinnati ..3 5 .375
Philadelphia. 6 2 .750 Brooklyn 2 6 .250
Chicago 4 2 .W" St. Louis.... 2 7 .222
New York.. 5 3 .625
. STANDING OV THE CLUBS
AMERICAN LEAGUE Club— ; W. L. Pet.
Club— W. L. Pet. St. Louis.... 3 2 .«00
Detroit- .... C 2 .750 Cleveland ..4 5 .444
New York,. 4 2 .607 Washington.. 3 6 .3.KJ
Philadelphia. 5 5 .625 Chicago 2 4 .333
NEW. YORK, April 25.— 1n a 'game
marked by exceptionally brilliant field
ing, the New York Nationals today de
feated Brooklyn, 3to 1. In the sixth
inning Bridwell started a triple play by
stopping Hummel's grounder. He threw
to Doyle, forcing Wheat. Doyle's
throw to Merkle caught Hummel at
first and Burch, who had overrun third,
was nipped at the plate. There were
four double plays in the game. Score:
. R. H. E.
Brooklyn 1 7 1
New York S 8 1
Batteries — Rucker and Berceo; Wiltse and
Myers. Umpires — Klein and Kane. j
St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 3
CINCINNATI, April 2.-..— Failure of Cincinnati
pitchers to locate. the plate in the early inniu;_-s
was largely responsible for St. Louis' victory to>
day. Backman performed well until the sixth,
when the locals scored three on a scries of hits,
coupled with a base on balls. Score:
R. H. E.
St. Louis... g 6 0..
Cincinnati 8 7 3
Batteries — Back man and Bresnahan: Spade,
Covelskie. Gaspar and McLean, Rotb. Umpires —
O'Day and Brennan.
Boston 5, Philadelphia 5
PHILADELPHIA. April 25.— Boston and Phil
adelphia played a 5 to 5 tie of nine innings to
day which was stopped by darkness. The start
of play was delayed 45 minutes by rain and it
rained almost continuously from the second in
nuiff, but Umpire Hlcler kept the teams In action
except during the seventh innhij.'. when play was
suspended for 20 minutes. The game was played
la mud and was largely a farce. Score:
R. 11. E.
Boston . .; ..5 11 2
Philadelphia 5 10 2
Batteries — Brown. Mattern and Graham; Mo
ren, Shettler and Uooin. Umpires^ — Rigler and
Emslie.
CHICAGO, April 25.— National: Plttsburg-
Chleago game postponed; wet grounds.
American League
St. Louis 6, Detroit 5
ST.' LOUIS, April 25.— A hit batsman. Bush's
error, a passed ball and a sacrifice fly gave St.
Louis the winning run over Detroit In the twelfth
Inning today. A hot liner from Hartzell's bat in
the ninth Inning broke First Baseman Jones* '
nose and he was carried from the field. Score:
It. H. B.
Detroit 1 5 8 "4
St. Louis «| 10 «
Batteries — Wlliett. Pernoll and Stanage;
Ballry,- Waddell and Stephens. '
Philadelphia 4, Boston 2
BOSTON. April 25.— The locals made three
times as many hits as Philadelphia tuday, hut
a series of misplays by Boston and two singles
gave the visitors enough runs to win, 4 to 2. A
feature was Lewis' batting. Score:
R. H. E.
Philadelphia 4 4 0
Boston 2 12 2
Batteries— Atkins and Thomas; Wood, Hall
and Carrlgan.
New York 5, Washington 2
• WASHINGTON. April 25.— New York bunched
bits and taking advantage of Washington's er
rors In the first inntng won today, 5 to 2.
Warhop-was hit hard in the third Inning and
was replaced by Qulnn, who was very effective.
Sensational plays were made by Cree, La Porte
and Elberfeld. Score: R. H. E.
Washington 2 G 3
New York 5 8 0
Batteries — Oberlln and Street; Warhop, Quinn
and Sweeney,
Chicago 2, Cleveland 0
CLEVELAND, April 25. — Chicago defeated
Cleveland, 2 to 0, today, Berper being out
pitched by Smith. Cleveland made only one hit
oft* Smith after the first inning. Gandil's bat
ting was the feature. Score: R. H. E.
Cleveland 0 :{ 1
Chicago 2 » 1
Batteries-»Berger and Bemis; Easterley.
Smith and Payne.
Western League
At St. Joseph — St. Joseph 8, Dcs Molnes 5.
At Denver — Lincoln 5, Denver 4.
At Topeka— .Sioux City 5. Topeka 2.
At Wichita— Omaha 5, Wichita 6.
| American Association j
At Kansas City — St. Paul 6, Kansas City 0.
• At Indianapolis — Columbus 4. Indianapolis 5.
At Lonlsvillfi — Toledo 0, I^uisvllle 3.
.At Milwaukee — Minneapolis-Milwaukee game
postponed; wet grounds. . ..
Crack Golfers to* Meet
At Atlantic City
LAKEWOOD, N. J., April 25.— From
Lakewood to Atlantic City Is the shift
which .golfers will make this week.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday the
annual spring open tournament will
commence at the South Jersey resort
and a high class field is already as
sured.
Early entrants are Ebcn M. Byers of
Allegheny, Pa., a former national cham
pion, and' W. C. Fownes Jr., who«-has
gained : : several noteworthy -victories
over "Walter J. Travis. There Is some
doubt as yet whether Travis, Douglas
and Herreshoff will be able to attend.
Conditions call for an 18 hole medal
play qualifying: round on Thursday. En
tries close Wednesday evening.
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HARRY FOLEY TO BE
THIRD MAN IN RING
Jack Welsh Refuses to Act, and Princi
pals Quickly Agree on Local Man
JOSEPH MURPHY
Without any haggling over the subject, Harry Foley was selected last
night to referee the fight between Owen Moran, the English lightweight, and
Tommy McCarthy, the pride of the brick layers' union, Friday night, when
the boys are carded to box 20 rounds at Dreamland rink.
Tiv Kreling, who is' representing Moran in the absence of Charley
Harvey, the manager of the Englishman, made three selections. He named
Sam Berger, manager of Jeffries; Joy Choynski, the former heavy weight
fighter, and finally Harry Foley. When Foley 's name was mentioned "Pop"
McCarthy, who represented his son, stated that/ he was perfectly satisfied
that Foley should act. There was no further discussion, as Promoter Jim
Griffin did not care to take any part in the referee matter, since the fighters
declined to agree on the club's official referee. Sam Fitzpatrick.
Jack Welsh was mentioned, but the veteran judge notihcd the club «
promoter that he could not conscientiously perform, as he had already given
his opinion on the outcome of the battle, as well as making a bet on the
result. He maintained that if all concerned were anxious to name him, they
should have done it at the outset, instead of delaying matters. This left
Welsh out of the running. As Promoter Griffin did not have an opportunity
to name a man, Eddie Graney's name was mentioned.
mrs. McCarthy bets $600 on her son
Mrs. McCarthy, Tommy's mother, started the ball rolling in betting circles
yesterday by pouring $600 into the local poolrooms to bet on her son. All
the available Moran money which was offered at 10 to 8 was taken. From
present indications, McCarthy will be an even money favorite with the
British boxer by the time the men enter the ring. AH the local bettors seem
to favor McCarthy's chances.
However, Charley Harvey, Moran's manager, is due to arrive tomorrow
night from New York with Joe Thomas, who is to box Billy Papke next
month. It is reported that Harvey is going to wager $2,000 on the English
man's chances and that he carries a like commission from New York sports,
who want to take advantage of the odds out here. All the small bettors
will be for McCarthy, while the followers of the races and those who bet
only on form will string with the foreigner. On past performances Moran
figures at least a 10 to 6 choice over McCarthy, owing to the latter boy's
lack of experience in the ring.
It is seldom that a boxer has jumped to the front with such suddenness
as McCarthy has. His rise in the boxing world has been somewhat phenom
enal, as his coming battle is really his second fight of any consequence.
To McCarthy victory means a great deal, as it will bring him right out
in the limelight as a fit opponent for Champion Ad Wolgast, and his chal
lenges will be looked upon with a great deal of seriousness. On the other
hand, Moran will be relegated to the scrap pile and he will be out of the
running. *
FIGHTERS READY FOR BATTLE OF CAREER
There has been no loafing on the part of either man in getting into shape.
Both are working seriously and they appear to be fit now for a grueling mill.
Over at Shannon's resort, San Rafael, the weather was cooler, and Moran
managed to get in some hard lick.-;. He was on the road in the morning
and in the afternoon he confined himself to the gymnasium. Punching the
bag. shadow boxing and eight rounds of sparring filled out his aftcrnoon'-i
work. He went two rounds with four different sparring partners. Jeff
Perry, Jimmy Carroll, Frank Crossman and Al Hart gave the Englishman
plenty of lively work with the gloves. At the conclusion of his work Moran
weighed less than 125 pounds.
McCarthy works out with brothers
Tommy McCarthy weighed about 131 pounds yesterday afternoon after
completing his training work. His training was of a similar nature to that
which Moran went through. He boxed with "his brothers. Tommy and
Willie, and then took on Jack Homer. He went three rounds with each or
the boys. . -*
Promoter Griffin anticipates a big house, and he is arranging the seating
facilities at Dreamland so that it will hold several hundred more spectators
than have ever gathered in that place at any other fight. Seats will be on
sale Wednesday at Gunst's cigar store, 800 Market street, and at the Andro
meda, 155 Montgomery avenue.
SIERRA CLIMBERS
SCALE MLT. DIABLO
Mountaineer Club Holds First
Series of Summer Trips
to Nearby Points
Mount Diablo was successfully
stormed by 33 meVibers of the Sierra
club Saturday night. Under the lead
ership of J. E. Rother the party teft
Danville and proceeded through the
Oakwood stock farm to the summit of
the mountain, 10 miles distant and 3,849
feet in elevation.
Eleven of the party were women
and yet they bravely bore their bur
den of blankets and provisions to the
summit. The trip up the mountain
along Jthe twisted roadway will be one
long remembered by the trampers. as
the night air was warm and balmy
and mosquitoes were the disturbers of
the evening's pleasure. At 4' a^ m.
the members sighted Halley's comet.
The third annual relay carnival of
the Big C society of the University of
California will be held on the Berkeley
track at 2 o'clock Saturday. The fol
lowing list of entries have been re
ceived for the various events:
Grammar school relay— Franklin school. East
Oakland; San Mateo school; Lincoln school, Oak
land, (now ha 9 the banner).
High school relay, BSO yards, four men on a
team — San Jose, Lowell, Alameda. Lick. Oak
land, Berkeley. B. H." S. now has the cap.
High school mile relay — San Jose, Lowell, Ala
meda, Lick, Oakland. Berkeley now has this
enp, but is not entered.-
Catholic schools — St. Mary'-s, Santa Clara and
St. Ignatius have not yet sent In their entries.
Open coast championship, mile relay, five men
PaC h — Stanford. University of California. Olympic
club. The Olympic club now has the cup.
•Open lnterseholastle quarter mile race — This
is open, so that if the record Is broken It will
stand. The record is now held by M. I-ong.
Invitational 200 yard dash — Rogers. C. S. M.
A.; Thomas. San Jose H. S. ; Wnods, Berkeley
11. S.: Wadsworth. Sutter City: Claudlns, IT. C;
Caldwell. O. C; Coleman. Stanford. .
Invitatiopal pole vault— Scott and Bcllah of
Stanford will try for the world's record. Smith.
O. H. S.. and Young. Healdsburg, will try for
the world's interscholastlc record.
Invitational high hurdles — Edwards and Cowles
of University of California. Cheek and Beeson of
Olympic club. ;
WILLIAM
J. SLATTERY
PARK BOY TOSSERS WIX
PETALUMA. April 25. — The baseball
teams of this city went down to defeat
Sunday. The Eagles met their Water
loo In the Columbia Park boys* team tf>
the score of 6to 0. The Petaluma class
D league was vanquished by the Xapa
team. The score was 1 to 0.
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