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FRANK KLAUS WANTS $4,000 TO MEET WINNER OF PAPKE-THOMAS GO
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
HOLDS BIG MEET
Annual Athletic Contests Won
by St. Jdmes School, With
St. Peter's Second
-
. Second heat, yon by C. Bartell. St. Peter's
*rhoal: B. Atfridg«'. Sacred Heart grammar
' school, fecoud: J. Mc<"oraiick, St. Joseph's acad
t'oir, third; time. :7 3-5.
SO YARD DASH: Semifinals, 95 Pound Class—
I'irM beat; won i-.v 11. AIM*. Saorod Heart )?r«m
wnr s-hoo!' «". I'ilinn. St. Antlionv's school, sec
ond; X. KfcJly. St. lirj?id"s school, third: time,
:0 2-5. Ser-o:>d. teat, wouby E. Cavagnoro, Fe- ;
cred Heart school: It. I'lynii. St. Peter's, second: 1
It; Murjihy, st. Joseph's academy, third; time,
ICO YABD DASH: • Semifinal*. 115 Pound
Class — First ht-at. won by J. Fitzgorald. St. 1
James school: Al Hcnaß, St. Anlhony'e who<.l.
eeoood: O. «.illen. Sacred Heart grammar school,
third; time. :1 1 4-."». Second lioat. won lij" H.
Msloney. J?t. Jaux-s «'h<x>l ; K. «;eoi>p«-rt. St.
r»rist<lV. Bwond; Arthur Henas. St. Anthony's
tcluiol. third: time, AA.
100 YABD DASH: Semifinals, 95 Pound
Class— First heat, won liy R. Oratly. St. James
Kchix4; S. Eiigero. St. JosophV schnol. KL'<-ond;
1-. Wlson. St. Peter's M-h-nil. third: time,
"12 "<\u25a0'>. Second lu-at. won by W. lUrconrt. St.
Joseph's sriifi.il; K. Ahem. St. Francis de .Sales
*-clio<>?. second; T. O'l^-ary, St- 1-Vancis Rent
KcbOoL third; time, :U.
75 YARD DASH: Semifinals. 70 P^tind Class-
First U.-a. «-on by 11. Oallatin. St. Brigid's
M-hiM,!; it. Oon>:Jint\ Sacrod Heart cchool. m»c
<>:nl: «;. Sii-.leahf}-. third; lime. :10 3-5. Second
ni:;f. wii by F. "Murphy. St. Peter* school; K.
IIe«:»"y. S!«i- of the S"«'a school, woond; J. Sheri
1,111. St«r of the Sear school, third; time, :10 3-5.
TS YARD DASH : Semifinals. 80 Pound Class —
First heii'i, won by W. McUouaid. St. James
s^ii.M.i; a. tteed.' St. Francis Real whool. sec-;
v-i-1: li. Marrou. St. Francin Real school, third;
time, :«•.» 4-.V Second beat, w.m by l>. Collins.;
>.1. Joseph's scliofd: O. Itelding, St. Joseph's '
academy. w;i»oiid; M. lieauchamp. St. Joseph's
(y-ademy. sh:rd: time, :10.
220 YAED DASH: Semifinals, 115 Pound
Class — First heat, won by J. C'srberry, St. James
wilful; M. MeSharry. St. Peter's school; W. Fin
nerwii. St. Francis de Sales sehoul. third: time,
:U' V "-'>. Seeoiiii heat, won liy A.' Maguire, Sa
cre«i Heart srrammar srliool; D. Hurley, st. James
M-hool. se<-'iud: F. Perry. St. "Anthony's school,
third: time. zSS.
100 YAUD DASH: Semifinals, 70 Pound Class —
Vir*T hf-al. won by G. Maher. St. James sch'inl;
V. Iliekey. !^t. Peter's prfaooL socoad: J. <'<jn
nolly. sr. Anthony*!! sehoni. third: time, :13 1-.1.
' Second heat, wnn by G. Totinwy. St. I'etcr's
sch<»tl; It. <"ronin. St. James sehi>ol. second; L.
t^mitb. St. Joseph's school, third: time. :\4.
100 YARD DASH: Semifinals. 60 Pound Class —
Flrrt heat, won l>y c;. Molinire. St. Joseph's
Bcbool: I. Hrally. St. AnthonyV school, seomd;
. . W. lielamy. St. Urigid'* schfiol. third: time.
:I3 2-3.. Se<-oud beat, -wtm by -F. Moore. Ki.
lames srbiiol: . F. «»-sh»ucneßsy, St. Joseph's
. «c*deui.v. secocj: J. Cassou, St. Joseph's Bead
• third; t int**. :I3 2-5. "
2*3 YARD DASH: Semifinals. S5 Pound Class —
First heal, wnn by J.. Slieiffer. Ssrred Heart
STiimntar sehtK.l: F. Knos. St. Joseph's institute.
»-eeond; ('. Mcgzini. S.t. Brltid's school, third;
t'r.ie. ;i* \u2666 2-5. Second heat, won by J. Oonovan,
St. Urijri'l's sonoo!: J. Ambrose,- st. Ji^epirx
»r»<leiry. s.-eoud:' S. linilley. St. Joseph's acad
emy, third; time, :3u."
THE FINALS
50 YASD DASH: 70 Pound Clai»--Won by A.
CiimmiiiE. Sarred Heart {rrammar school: <5. Al
len. St. RripidV. second; W. Ryau, .St. 'Joseph's
KCtaool. tMrd. Time, :07 1-5.
50 YARD DASH: 80 Pound Claw -Won liy C.
Rartell, St. I'eter'g pchool;. T. Tillson. St. Jo
seph's arademy. second: G. Marron, St. James
M-hool. third. Time, :O6 3-5)
50 YAHD DASH: -« Pound Clm«— Won by K.
Cavsjrnero. Sa«-red Heart Kehool; R. Flynn, St.
Petei'f. second: 11. Albln, Sacred Heart grammar
.Sdwwi, ttlrd. Time, ;06 4-5. .
. 100 YARD DASH: 115 Found Clut— Won by
J. Fitxgerald, St. James sch<x>l: Al Henas, St.
' Anthony's school, second: 11. Maioney, St. James'
, trh'>ol. tUird. Time, ;113-5-
.100 YAED DASH: 95 Pound Clmi— Won by R.
<ir«dy. .St. Jarucs school; S. Erigero, St. Jo
eepli's -school, second; W. Harcourt, St. Joseph's
school, third. : Time, :12 2-5.
75 YARD DASH: 70 Found Class— Won by K.
. Heeney, St3r of the Sea school; F. Mnrphy, St.
I'eter'6 fcbool, second; R. Oonsidine, Sacred
Heart school, and G. Mnleabey, St. Joseph's
s>hool, third. Time, :10 1-5.
75 YARD- DASH: £0 Pound Class— Won by W.
MeDonald, ?t. James w-hool; D. <7o!lins, St. Jo
• »-epb's srhool, peeond; A. Reed, St. Francis Real
te!:o<>!. third. Time, ;09 3-5. -~\
220 .YARD DASH:, 115 Pound Class— Won by
A. McOnirc. ' Sacred Heart frrammar school; M.
MeSherry, St.' Peter's school. *econd: W. Fin
neran. St. Francis de Sales scbonJ. and F. Perry,
St. Anthony's school, third. Time. :2S 2-5.
JOO YARD DASH: 70 Pound Class -Won by ft!
Mhher. St. James school; F. Hit-key. St. Peter's
fseh<«il, si^-ojid; G. Toomey. St. Peter's school,
third. Time. ;13 1-5.
ICO YARD DASH: 80 Pound Class— Won by G.
UeGoire/ St. Joseph's school; 1. Healy, St. An
thony** BCbool, second: W. Pelauey, St. Brigid's
kclkn.l. third. TUtiP, :13.
220 YAED DASH: 95 Pound Class— Won by J.
Shiefer. Sacred Heart grammar school; J. Cano
van. St. Britrid's whool, se<x>nd: F. Enos, St.
Joseph's institute, third. Time, :29 3-5.
440 YARD DASH: 115 Pound Class— Won by
<j. Caiman. St. James school; E. Green, St. Jo
seph's academy, second: A. Oabral, St. An
tliony'K s«-b(v>l. tliird. Time, :04 2-5.
440 YARD RELAY RACE: 70 Pound Class—
Won by St. James wbool. Sacred Heart grammar
tecond. St. Joseph's institute third. Time, :C5.
440 YARD RELAY RACE: SO Pound Class —
. M"oa by St. I'etrr'e school, St. Francis de Sales
t-erond. Sacred Heart grammar third. Time,
:<;o 3-.'..
440 YARD RELAY RACE: 95 Pound Class-
Won by Stnr of the Sra school, St. Peter's kcc
oud. St. James third. Time, :59 1-5.
860 YARD RELAY: 115 Foutd Class— Won
l>y St. Joseiih's academy. St. Peter'e second, St-
Actbonj's third. Time, 2:<>o.
SIX MEN RELAY RACE— Won by Sacred
Heart grammar *<-ti<*>l. St. Peter's scboul ssecond.
Tiae.. 2:32 2-5. •
Athletes Shatter Six Old
Records
[Special Dispalch to The Call]
PALO ALTO, May 7. — San Jose high
school today won the annual track and
field meet on the Stanford oval. San
Josfe succeeded in annexing 77 points.
Its nearest competitor being Santa
CJara, with 27 points, "i '
Six of the Pacific athletic league rec
ords were broken. \The new' marks
were s*>t in the 220 yard dash, the 120
yard hurdles, the" 440 yard dash, the
two mil** run,' the 220 yard hurdles and
the relay. Following is the summary:
.".0 y«r<i da*b— Won by Maeanlajr. S. J.;'' Drape,
S. C. Pfi-ond: I'rban. *I. V.. third.
Milo run— Won by Rbfrlte, S. J.; Morton. M.
V.. notouAi H<1«»-ar'l. P. A., third. Time, 4:. r »3.
JUO vtrd davh— Won by Tbomas, S. J.; Alex
awl.-r. S. C.. second ; Mills. P. A., third. Time
:10 2-:>. »' . . - <\u25a0 .-.
J. 20 yard .hurdle — Won. by Maeaulay. S. J.;
Topham. S. J.. «"ii>Bd; Templeton. P. A., third.
Tim*. :17 1-.%. lied the record beld itT Rcin^*
8. <V ..'.-:
+40 yard dafch — Wort by Alexander. S. C. ;
UaruliH. S. J. feoond; "Wi«>. S. C. tliird. Time,
:.";. l'.n-.:k> recurd.of :s;{ lield liy. Kcrr, Sl.S 1 . J.
21*0 yard dash — Won by Thomas, S. J. ; Miil*,
P. A.. Becdßd; Slcithens. S. C. third. Time,
\u25a0M 2 :!-5. liresks rtxxff-d of :23 2-5 h»-ld br Hay
*ard. S. <\ • ; . "
Hplmt — Won by San Jose. P«lo Alto nec<?nd.
Illsrh jutnj> — Won by TemplMon, P. a.: "Wise.
R. C. m>»vmkl: LawFon," S. J., 'third. Lleirht 5
tcft 5U tnchi^s. '
- . Two ml* run — Won by Morton. Mountain
View; Shield*. S. J.. »»econd: Gushy S C
tiiifi. Time. 10:^; breaks record of 10:4; 1-5 \u25a0
220 yard hurdles— Won by Thotnps.,ii. S. J.
•T'rban. \u25a0 Mountain View, necond: Nye, S: C.
third. Tim*, :27; breeds record of :27 1-5. held
by Titus. S. C. . ...... . . - .
*<><O yard run — Won l>y Laederich. S. * j.;
Th<«3jj>MJh. S. J.. Kccond; Morton. Mountain
Tifw. third. Tiaio. 2 :OS. \u25a0 * . . •. . • \u0084
P.road Won .by Alex. . R. J.-; . Stepliens,
S. C wcoud; .Draper, S. C., third. Distance
2" feet. - •\u25a0 •
Shot put— Won l>y Flehilnpr',"S: J. Dintalfce. -4G
feet 2 ife<^ifs. : • • • ..,
Haronier throw — Won by Offield. S. J. : Ficherß,
W. P.. nerond; FlMninp, S. J., third. DiKtance.
12» feet 2 U\r\tt>K. *
Pole raull— Won by Boul«^are; P; A.; Stewart,
S. 3.. second.' Hefeht. 11 feet % inch. • .- <
linal vs^Te-^San Jose 77. Santa Clara , 2S.
Mountain . View 12. l'alo Alto 22, University of
Pacific 4. - -
College Baseball
•• \u25a0 — ~ —\u25a0•'\u2666
At Ann Arbor — University or Michigan A,
Michipirn apTlcnltHral 2. '
At W<*t Point— Virginia 6. Went Point -3.'
At Puiladelpbia— Penney lvanU 3. Princeton C.
At Athens, <;a.— GrorpiH I. AUbmma'l. EleT
en innings: \u25a0 celled on •eeount of «larknesi<. - " '• /
At Wo»re«ter,- Mass.— Harrsrd 1. Holy Cross 2.
At^nTßcston— lndian* 7. Northwestern •{».•. c
At A nn:' ].<\u25a0>! is — Penns.rlv«nl« start*. Sarr I.' •'
AttliLaca. K. V. — Cornell 3. Dartmouth t.
Pittsburg Man Wants
$4,000 to Battle Here
{ Frank Klaus, the Pittsburg middle rveighi who wants $4,000 to fight \
I in this city • '\u25a0"_\u25a0 ' - - -
GOLFERS WILLBE
BUSY DURING MAY
Association Championship Con*
test Is to Take Place During
Latter Days of Month '
May will be a busy month for the
golfers of the bay counties. Tli» most
important event scheduled. i 3 the an
nual championship of the Northern
, California golf association, whielf will
be held on the links of the« San Fran
cisco golf and country club at lngie
side on May 27, 'SS, 29 and «'••
The qualifying round over 36 holes at
medal play will be held May '11., The
contestants will be divided into lights
of 16 and play according to the scores
turned [in the qualifying round. The
first 16 only will qualify- for the chain
| pionship event. On May "28 m the f<ne
; noon the first round of match play -for
all flights will be held.. The second
round will be held on the afternoon, 'of.
the same day; ' ''\u25a0 ' \u25a0'•\u25a0"\u25a0 <-'
The semi-finals will be- pliyad on the
j morning of May .29, while- the ijnals
I will come up for decision on' tho alter
noori' of May 30. All matches will be
over 18 holes except the. .finaia,. whtch.
will be over 36 holes: Thare ,wiM be- a
consolation -handicap medal play event
over. 36.' Only non prize winner^ will
be eligible. . v . ..-•). •; "
The winner of the first Might • will
! hold the association championship, for
the. ensuing year and will also receive
ra gold medal. A silver' medal will go
|to the runnerup. The club from which
; the champion is entered'will hoi.' 1 , t;>e
j Shreve cup for a year. There will be
first and second prizes for each of the
flights- and the consolation evenu- lEn^
tries "must be made through tlie.- poere
tary of the club of which.- tUe entrant-is
a member and must be ii 4 tne hands of
association secretary,; A. J, Owen, -444
California street, not later tnan Alny?23..
- May '1-4, : the Norrbtrn. Ca'i
fbrnia golf association will hold a. £6
hole 'handicap medal play; rournament
and also a similar 'event? ovp.v lSr >ioi»s.
There will be a prize fortiiebesf yrross'
Score in eacfo'and -also" ilrst and Second
prize* for tlie>best •'net' scores 'n- ea«h.
Cards for the figeond round of *\u25a0 tiie: 3G
holes will Be "eligible Cbr- the IS hole
handicap, but- ho player cnn-tuko> a
prize in more than one ove.it.' Kntries
dose Monday with A. J. Oweii, • t-i-lCaii
fornia street." This event will mark Hie
opening -of the extended course of 'the
Presidio golf -club. '\u25a0 ? -•-»•*•':
At the Presjdio : the second half of ;tlie
home and hQrfre 'contest "between : - ;Le
Marin country" and the 'prosidio
golf club will" be' played today. '. 'T'c.q
San Rafael golfers, emerged from' 1 - the
first half of the contest "with "a lerui'-bf
2, winning 7 out- of ; '.he' 12 niatenes. '
This Is a slight ; lead to overcome nnd
tho local golfers expect to turii li:e
tables" on the 'visitors and' win bv f a
comfortable margin. - -' \u25a0 : \u25a0 \u0084
a^EJSA^FMNGISCQ^AI^^SHNI)^^
TENNIS TOURNEYS
ARE FEW IN NUMBER
Players Either Tired of Contests
or Else There, is Need of
Reorganizing Committees '\u25a0'/_
GRANT SMITH
Although; there . are more persons
playing tennis than ever before, fewer
tournaments are being -held than, in
past years. Either the players., have
become tired *of tournaments, or else, the
local organizations are badly in need
of reorganizedtournament committees.
The lirst big championship event of
the year will be held May 30 at the
California club. It will be! for the San
Francisco championship, the title, to
which is 1 at: presgnt held by-Maurice
McLoughlTn. ' This' event will probably
bring McLoughlin and. Long together In
the> challenge match.- . If so it will.be
their first meeting since their invasion
of the- east -last fall: ' . , ;
A '.team 'match, will; take place on the
courts. at^Alameda' between ; the Ala
meda -arid ' Berkeley -'tennis clubs" next
"Saturday. '-There Willie : five' matches
in .singles and . four ,in - doubles. ; -The
following- day the Alameda j team will
meet' a team from' the newly organized
Sausalito . golf club,, "headed , by coast
champion George Janes.* •• \u25a0: :-..\u25a0 .-.-'\u25a0< )
'Maurice --McL'o'ughlin "and .' Melville
Long * have .received'^letters . from". 'the
east asking them to .make .the trip to
England -next September and play for
this'- country in the international' ties
for ' the r Davfs cup.. : . \u25a0--\ .","'\u25a0 r ' : \u25a0'"\u25a0:;:
'\u25a0* It " is • expected these two youngsters, •
•with Seals Wright, who /will no doubt
act^as "captain, will opposV the, world's
champions of Australia" fof - the . Davis
cup. Players like Lamed, .Clothier,
Hackett "and Alexander have; all ffiald
that I they will, be i ; unable S§ to go l"to
England -for the ' ties,; which leaves the
fi eld open to the two local cracks .who
formed the American teariiV last "year.
- -The I American •'players .are' \u25a0expected
to qualitfy, although they will. find. tiie
British cracks harder to beat in : , their"
own" country. McLoughlin Jand \u25a0 "Long
'rtiatl^ an excellent ;Showing*'againfct: the '
AUstrilians last * year and, with .the'eJc-,
"pYrlenbe 'they* gained,' toirii.'t'.iijrv wl(h
the presence" of Wright, -;they "may I: be
dangerous opponents s? for £he world's
champions.'" ''* ' ,". '.','•;- '
' The'defeat l of * the ek-wofldV cham
pion,: 'May : Suttbn;'. at the hands of Hazel
Hotchkiss,"' ."."; the : national']: 'champion; :
about; 10 -days ago,'. has betln the; chief
topic 'of 'conversation 'ambrig-- tennis
fans^Rver since!" .''."lt", marked;Miss~Sut
ton's first ' defeat'in \u25a0•< this /tdiint'rjfjkn'd
the second M'ri hh er career."' Miss 'Hotch- '
Ttiss* • victory 'wasV: noti'entirely ' : uriex4
'pected, 1 but ; came a -little : sooherVthan •
had beenVexpected,. though '\u25a0• it was' only
a/q'uestion: of time r uhtil-; ' the % Berkeley^
"expert "would } lower, the colors' "of 1. ttie\
ex-world's champion/ .•/---.
FANS ANXIOUS TO
SEE FRANK KLAUS
Middleweight May Be Matched
to M^et Winner of Papke- t
...... '\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0,—.\u25a0'\u25a0 -
- \ Thomas Bout
Klaus^- the- : se'nsational Pitts
burg;.middle weight, is the latest east
ern pugilistic" prodigy to claim the
:attention of the local fans." Ever since
his recent six round. draw with Stanley
Ketchel In the Smoky^ City,; Klaus has
been very much in the limelight, but
strangely.'enough he has contented him
self with standing on .his laurels ever
since. : : . '..>-/. ..r.j .
' According "to the latest dispatches,
Klaus has joined' the holdout club. He
wants*, a; fat -guarantee" before, he will
consent to come to: this city for. a
fling at; Papke or Ketchel.. The .winner
"of the Thomas-Papke battle will be the
man to send in against the Plttsburger,
provided, of course,.that he can be per
suadedj to , make 1 the. trip to. San Fran
cisco.. ' ,*.">-: ' ' ' V
: LoUig Blot, : 'the' Metropolitan club
promoter; :ls thev man. who . is supposed
to', have Klaus under, contract^to appear
here',: but according tothe^latest, Klaus
will not consent to cross the ; continent
and fight on the terms which Blot has
suggested. The so called eastern won
der, demands' $4,000 fo> his end and
three; round trip tickets tossed in as a
sort.of teaser. . ..." : . . . .
.If lie learned nothing Velse in his
native city,. Klaus certainly grasped
the useful knack of going .up \u25a0 stairs
after, the big money. ' It almost a
cinch that he. never received more than
|1,500 fpr, his bit around Pittsburg, so
when'he asked for ?4;000 to. bow before
the. local fans, all the promoters threw
their hands "skyward and- shouted for
the. police. .... ~ . t .
.; In. the east,.;! they, say Jvlaus .is a
wonder, but we. will have tb be. shown
before .we rbelieye 'anything' like this.
Sp hiahy of the pastern., wonders hate
traveled . w,estV,only /.to i toss bloomers
that the fans", are. veryj skeptical, at the
present. time' and they, want -to see for
themselves -before .they' will believe
anything out of the ordinary. ..Now it's
up to Klaus.' to make good. - , • ,
Klaus has .fought, six. round .. draws
with .ivetchel, Papke and. Thomas with
in the last. year. : On . paper, he looks
Uk 6 another, Leach " Cross or \u25a0'. Packey
MpFarland,: or, in other words,...an east
ern hot house plant who has been very,
carefully nursed and- boosted along for
the purpose of hooking something big
In. the shape^'of a San Francisco purse.
Eighteen Rugbyites Sign
;: Make Trip
-^Arrangements are fast \ being com
pleted for r t}ie tour" of thej combined
..university^ Rugby -team to- Australia.
The different men!,who have been. asked
to make t.hctrip. are. -getting ready to
.leave &lay. ; l6 ,'t or. Vancouver, and , from
.the' list of ."men who have already, ac
'e'epted a strong, 'team .wilj c make - the
jti-lp.; -SoiaV nine California" men. seven
.Jpt^Pford rnen'and. two. Nevada men are
•numbered 'among, those; certain . to _go^
Captains .elect JDole.';. of . r^tanfordl and
pwiggin^'of, California-have both de
jcided to. j make the trip/ Just, who ' the
captain of the team; wiir be has not yet
been decided oh, and it. Is probable that
this/ important N .positi6n will not be
filled' till the men have Jeft
Eighteen men have so"". far decided to
make the trip, leaving three Stanford
men and j two . California men yet to .be
selected.' Among the ifleii so ,far se
lected there are' "two ' fuliback»f four
,thfee-quarters, two. fives, .orieVhalf and
nine forwards.^ Most ofrthe: remaining
men will be', reserve backs.; - Several of
the - backs are capable. '• of assuming
other positions. Manager, Burbank of
Stanford will accompany the team in
the capacity of- manager.' The men who
have so far accepted. are, as follows:
• Racks— DwiKKin.v Klliott. Harris, Watts. Al
len, California; .Brown, ; Sandborn,- Erb, Roth,
Stanford.- \u0084\u25a0...-;.- \u0084 -,;. \u25a0 • . -
\u25a0 Vorwards— Phleger. Swartz. Hardy, rNorthcroft,
California; Chcda,. Hortou; Dole, Leavitt, Ben
nett, Stanford. „•,-< \u25a0\u25a0-.-
Carroll Against Dell
-Bout tops" Card
' .The, program of -four. .round events
that the Golden. Gate ; club has carded
•for;.. its. show ;next Friday night" at
Dreamland is causing lots of gossip in
boxing circles. It Is one of the most
attractive cards that has >et' been of
fered tHe patrons of. the four round
game. Harry bell and Jimmy Carroll
top. off the show, and ihe special events"
and preliminaries -all- good ones.
Percy Cove and Lawrence 'Granfield
will ..furnish the semiwindup" and' the
local youngster will; nYake his experi
enced adversary, from Seattle hustle to
gain, the ; verdict,. , Granfield . held the
amateur championship title for several
lyears and is 'one .of . the best boxers
turned out by the. Olympic club since
the fire.. ' '. ,?~
i Another tough scrapper who is to
appear ,is v Jeff. O'Connell, an eastern
feather weight, who -has fought Ad
Wolgast and' Johnny Cbulon.", O'Connell
is matched with 'Freddie Couture, the
speedy Oaklahd'feather weight.: Paddy
Ellis and Jimmy Fitten", another pair of
Oakland boxers, \u25a0will 'clash with Sam
Nelson arid Soldier: Duncan /of this 'city.
Beft BowerY vs. Gus Miller, J Bert A'n
druss'iys.-George MeWest, and heavy
weights Charlie Mllle>' and lice Guinn
complete the program. ;; ' \u25a0 ." '
Bass Fishing ;• Good On
;;; Prospect Slough
[Special Dispatch to The; Call] '
-,RIO VISTA,;, May 7.— Professor gco
fleld 'of the -fish hatchery... at Bouldin
islands has moved his ark to Prospect
slough and f has a force-of. men catching
bass f ok spawning purposes. . .
:; J. "W. ;:Hale;- connected with the im
migration bureau of San •Francisco and
•whoße:homeis-.inVAlanieda, Is enjoying
\*i ;two | monthsV'i vacation j \u25a0 at , Prospect
sloughvwith his^f aniily.. They are re
siding ; )n r a Vlarge; erk;;there^and 9 have
; made -some, -successful j catches of : bass.
Charles : Gra nt and-, famllly: of [Oakland
also, have- an. ark located jat this; place.
: The yacht Harpoon : .of. the Corinthian
yacht club yisitedithat section. the first
of the.week -and »pne iof s thexcrew,- suc
.ceedfid : in catching . a : sa-lmon with - a
spoon.; ,- ' - :. ; ;'. \u0084 ; \u25a0\u0084.\u25a0"
H AIUKIiUCK PORKEEXB
- ' NEW. YORK;-. May ' '.7i— Hard luck has
followed the.racfii&'stable'of James R.
s J' Influenza* : has '•} rtin-'- through
'about ' the^ ent'lreV'lot' fof '-\u25a0 2 • year; bids -in
the VKee'ne stable • at .' Sheepshead: Pre
cautions t-hayeV. beeh;^ taken \u25a0;\u25a0'\u25a0 to a remove
the old ; h'o'f ses " ; froml- the 5 of ; in
:{*9 t . I ?J 1 » the}* fact Vthat Jthey
have already- been .'causes^some
FIVE FAVORITES
FINISH IN FRONT
Chester ff rum Beats Raleigh by
Less .Than a Length for
) Hay yvard Handicap
Close finishes' and - the success v pf five
favorites, were if matures : '6f »*th'e . racing
at Emeif yyille^ yVsterday.';%T}ie "sport
was witnessed JhyVthe largest^ crowd of
the season and'foUowers'of first choices
returned ; home ; in; a; hapßy/vframe of
mlnd ..\>. Napa;Nic'k;^the : ;o = nly favorite 'tb
disappoi^n^,^ was" only ; 'beaten by a. nose
through 'swervingln the^ final sixteenth.
Interest' • principally, in the
Hay ward handicap at a mile" % Bishop W
wa^h^^*^^n/^«avYng' : :four_:jo: face
Starter,, Dwyer/; Chester: Krum': ruled
favorite throughout, but Raleigh came
in for. strong; support. "Lyons
and ;Eddie-Graney /made" the" early run
ning,' but Chester Krum "assumed com
mand; before' the three furlongTpple was
reached.-,^Raleigh closed with . a rush", 1
but We could Cnot, catch- Chester; Krum;.
which" won' in ' \u25a0»^drive by less' than a'
length. ;-,:-. '\u25a0•.-';">;•.-\u25a0\u25a0•'-\u25a0•!. \u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0j*-' ; -.v '': l"''^c-:-:'- :^'
' Rosamo i.was plunged ' on in (the first
race : and.; proved,^ an -easy winner over
Ellerd ;and Passeriger.lV' \u25a0 '" ; ? ,
Jack Stryker and', West Point, carry
ing the .colors of \VV;: T. Anderson, were
favorites for.; the"; 2 " y.ear old race, sec
ond on:'the card, c- Jack Stryker went
out in front,, but -in the stretch was
caught by Salali, which broke slowly.
It appeared. as }f the Anderson young
ster - was \u25a0..-beaten, T : but he-, responded
gamely to • punlshmept .and ;got up in
tim^'tOjb.eat 1 Salali a'nepk. fian Ann
took the small end "of the purse.
Thistle Belle went ; out in fronton
the> third* and looked a 'winner a six
teenth from the finish, but 'Goldfinn
closed' fast under punishment arid beat
her ahead. \ ; Acqula was third. '
J. T. Strite, owner of Acqula, claimed
Thistle Belle for ; $1,100. /
Follie L. was an odds On favorite for
the fifth and made a runaway affair of it,
rompingihome in front of Redeem and
Whidden. Th^re wds a plunge on .Ed
win T. Fryer, but lie was caught in the
barrier and. lo_st much ground.- •\u25a0
Some clever* sprinters met in the last
at fiverand^aihalf furlongs, with Napa
Nick > -receiving the bulk of support.
Lewiston and Silver Stocking alter
nated in the lead, but a sixteenth
from; the finish Napa Nick showed in
front; 1 '' - '\u25a0'-- f
He swerved, however, and the fast
closing Khfleld beat him a nose. Silver
Stocking.was an easy third.
I • iPimlico Results |
TIMLICO. Md., M*y 7.— First race,- four and
a half furlongs — Chllton Squaw. 3 to .2. iron;
Chtltnn Chant. 7 to 1. second; Alexandra, 15 to
1. third. Time, :54 4-5.. ,
Second race.- six- furloncs— -Sior. 4 t" 1. won;
Osiorioe. 3, to l v sectiad-; \u25a0 Kins Avondale, S to 5.
third. Tlmo 1:13 1-5.
•• Third race, the Preaknoss. \u25a0 one mile — I^aymin
ster, 6 to 1, won: Dalhousie. <i to 1, second; Sa-
Ker. 5 to 1. third." Time 1:40 3-5.
-•Fourth, race. - two, aod n.-. half miles,/steeple
chase handicap— Algie. 2 to 1, won; Dacra, 6 to
1. second; Touchwood, S to 1, third. Time
5:05 4-5. .... - . -
Fifth race, niile — Cotnpton, 4 to ]. won; Ayl
mer. "ll'to 5. -second: Ross {lamntou, S to .1,
third;: Time. 1:41. ' - -J
,'\u25a0 Sixth: race, mile ami an eighth — High' Private.'
1 to 4.- won; Superstition, 0 to- 2,-second; Aron
daek.lO to.l, third. Tinie 1153 2-5. ...
Seventh race, : four: and a : half furlongs — Anna
Ca sso; \u25a02- to 5, won ; . 1 rlsh Nora . : .1 ' to ' 1 . second ;
Clitter Clatter, 12 to 1. third. Time :3S 3-5.
Eighth race, six furlongs — Salvolatile. 3 to 1.
won; King of Yolo. 10 to I,' second; Kyle, 6 to
-1; third. Time 1:13 1-5. \
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Emeryvill
Order in which horse-.i figure In The Call nkndlcap Is Indicated In biack race type.
•• OAKLAND. Saturday. May 7. 1910.— One hundred and . twenty-fifth day. Weather clear.
j Track fast. X. . C. Hopper, presiding judge. Richard Dwyer. starter. '
iggqc; FIRST RACE— Six furlongs; selling; 3 year olds and upward; value to first ?130.
j -•\u25a0\u25a0f\.».- Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. V t »-» % Str. Fin. I Jockey. I Op. CL
((W0«) (I)EOSAMO, 4 (J. M. Crane) 112 7 ... 2% 1 lUI 2^.1 4 (Kirschbanm .{ "1 1
6oSO (3)ELLZRD. n (C. Morton) ... 114 21...2 1 ... 41 :? n 2 3 2 ,"» Van Dusen.. 7 S
(««M) (2)PASSEn6eR, 3 (Marks)... !« 4 ... t%2% 32 3 lVa Callahan .... « 6
• C5Ol Banrose. 4 (Raisin City stable) 10" 3 ... X.5. 4% 5 b 4 h Mcßrlde SO 100
' .0001 Adenn^S (W. P0rker)...:. .... 100 S ... 7 1%7 3 7 4 0 l^i A. Thomas.. 4 .".
«617 Beda.^ (Lone. Tine stable).. . 06 5 \u0084.' XI «1 «2 B4 Selden .. 8 8
C.TO 3P. of Montebello, « (R.-&*H.) 100 9 . . .- »6'S %.8 XL, 7 >,^ .. 40 «O
6474. Kopek. 5 (Weant & C 0.)...... 1H B ... S n 9 3 ft 10 S S IParker ..... -ICO
\u25a0 «518 St. Francis, a (Deonlson) 114 1 ... 5 4 r. 2^4 a 920 Borel V* 12
.tOOI Yank. B (W. Cinrgan). ..:.... 11l 10 .. .'lO 10 10 10 |W. Gurgan.. tiO 100
Time — :24 1-5,- -AH, 1:13 l-o. At post 4 minutes. Off at 1:40^.' Rosamo. 1-2 place. 1-3 show:
KUerd 3 place 6-5 show; Tassencer, 4-5 show. Winner b. h. by Altamax-Rosewar. Tralhert
• by J Dlxon.i Scratched— B»jO9 Coblesklll. 6825 May, Fink. SUrt goo<». Won easily. Next
. • two same. High price— Rosamo tf-5. Ellerd 9, Passenger S. Beda 0. St. Francis 15. Rosamo
took, the lead at three fnrlong pole and breezed to hl« field." Ellcra ran to form- So did
\u25a0 • Passenger. • Banrose. ran a smart -race. Adena «'aa running Tery strong at the end. . Beda
I quit early. So did St. Francis. * - ' .- \u25a0 - '\u25a0
! CCOC SECOND RACE— Four and a half furlongs; purse; 2 year olds; Talue to first ?2CO.
! Infjpx.f Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. Vj *-» - Str. Fin. I Jortker. I Op. Cl.
(fiWl) 1(1) JACK STRYKEB (Anderun) 107 2 ... ... 1 1&2;1 1 Us {Van * Dusen.. \u25a0 2 13-5
6564 (3)SALALI (OM Ned stable),. 107 5 : 2n In 2% CaTanangh .. 5 7-2
(6600) Ban Ann (D. Henry).'........: 107 3 3 2}43 3 3 4 Mcßrlde .<r. 3 4
«SS7 West Point (W. T.Anderson). »O4 5 % 5 2 4 IVi C. H. Miller. •'.•\u25a0
6624 Zwlrk (B. Schrelber) ...... »6 1 ... ... 4 2 4 2^45 2 Buxton 20 30
(<W4O) (2)BEATBICE 80ULH (Soule). 107 B Bn6l «2H Callahan .... 5-2 7-2
(.612 Robert Hurst <Van Gorden). .'. 107 7 ... t., 7 4 .7 IV," 1% A. Thomas.. ." «
: 6612 Abella:(Bnros & W.).. .:.;.... 87 S ....... 8 8 8 Selden 30
, . •Coupled with Jack Stryker. : , . . .' . • -, -- - ;
Time— :23 l-o. ;48 1-5,: :fV4 4-0. .At post 3 minntes. Off at 2:15. Stryker. 1- place. 2-5 show;
Salsli 7-5 place. 7-10 ishow; Ann, 3-5 show. .Winner b. k. by Jack .Point-Belle Graham.
Trained by \u25a0J.' Dlmond.-'* Start good for all b-it'Abella. Won drirlng.-^ Second same. Third,
easily. High price— Jack Stryker 3. Jack Stryker went to the front early, was eanght
in the stretch -by Salall. but stood a drlye in game style and. coming again. Just got up.
Salall broke poorly, rau up to Stryker. beaded him. but began to hang right near the end. •
the early effort telling.. Ban Ann ran. a swell race. She was cut off by Stryker and had
to pull "vp -and go outside . near the paddock 1 . West Point raaOe a good showing. He will
do. Others showed nothing:. Abella * holtfd^at the start. \u25a0. \u25a0 . . , ..-..
eCO^ THIRD HACK— Futurity course; selling; :; year olJs and upward; Taluc to tirst ?2tio7
.>'nii-x:< . -:\u25a0 Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. Vt *^ Fin. ( Jockey. \ Op". Cl.
\u25a0 6620 (I)GOLDFINN,- .V (P.: Lynch)::' 110 « ... 2 n 2% 2 % 1 h [Cotton ~2 8-5'
6ti2o (3)THIS. BELLE, 4 (Farrts-). 106 2 ... .1 1%1;% 1 1 21% Caranaugh .. 7-2 rt
6627 Acqula. 4 ( J. T. StrlteK .V. . . cS3 3 . . . R% 4 1444 1 3 3 Selden 20 15
OGO4 Hannah Loul»e, 4 -(CahUl).... \u25a0 '00 4 ' ... . 33 ; 3 1%3 1%4 2^4 Buxton ...:. 2t> 30
6614 Lady Elizabeth, '3- (H. Mack). 95 1 ..... 4h- 5 frJ.n 5 IVt Anderson ... • 8 -8
6625 Anipedo. 6 (Wayland & C 0.).. 02 7 ... 7. X 7 62 Callahan .... 20 25
(6005) Bit of Fortune. 3 (PaulsenK.. 91 5 . ... 68.6 4. 6 3.7 A. Thomas.. .8; .5
6620 (g)FANEinL HALL. 4 (Sher) 105 Left \u25a0' •" Van Dusen.. 4 5
Time :23 2-5. :47 4-5, :59 4-5, . 1 :09 4-5. At post 2 minutes. Off at 2:3»V6. Goldflnn, 4-5 place,
• * 2-5 show Belle. 2 place, 6-5 Show; ' Acquia. 3 show. "Winner b. m. by Gold Heels-Wings.
'-•Trained by T. Kirk. Start good for all but_ Faneuil Hall. Won- drlTing. Secondhand
third easily. . Goldflnn, outrun early, moved up fast at last turn, responded to Cotton's
urging and got up Justin time. Thistle Belle set a fast pace and was Just beaten at the
\u25a0"\u25a0 wire \u25a0; Acqula showed Improvement. . Harm ah Louise / showed \u25a0 a nice turn of speed, but ;
r hung at the end. - Faneull Hall refused to break. '• -^ v'j,
CCOQ FOURTH RACE— One mile; the Hayward handicap;. 3 year olds. and upawrd; value
DP JO to first $275. -:-.';,- . --. ' " : '" ' -\u25a0" ' • \u25a0--•\u25a0--
\u25a0 m.u-n-.) Horse and owner.""" - !Wt|St. % 'V* -M Str. Fin. I Jockey. \ Op. Cl.
«614 (I)CHESTER KKUM. 3 (Myri) 35 2 4 2 1 1 2^l 3 1 94 Callahan 0-5. n-5
(65R4) (2)RALEIGH. 5-<I. H. Miller) 107 1, 3 h 4 3 8 3 21% A. Thomas.. "3-2 3-2
(6603)|(8)EDDIE GEANEY, 3 (Rnch) 00 3 2- l'/jl Vt 2 1 .2 % 3 , Selden ....:. Z 0-2
6548 j Johnny' Lyons. C- (Hayes)..... 00 4\u25a0- l~p .3 h 4 Pulle<l np W. Gargan. . :3O IQQ
Time— :242-5, :4S 4-5, • 1:13 3-57 1:39 2-5. At post % minute. .Off at 2:59^. Krum.^:-7 place,
out show; Raleigh. 1-3 place, out show; Graney, out .show. Winner eh. c. by Sir Hercnles-
Ravolette. Trained by W." Fay. Scratched— 6602 Bishop W. Start good. Won driving. Sec
ond cleverly. High price— Chester Krum 7-5. Ralelgb' 8-5, Eddie Graney 23-5. Chester
' Krum nicely handled. Callahan made his run at the half pole, stole a winning lead and
the colt responded gamely whon>fhallenged by Raleigh at the«end.- Thomas made his ran too
. late with Raleigh*. He closerfrt-trong. but could not cut down the lead, although . gaialug
• :>fast: Graney stumbled: at "start, lost- ground, then quickly ran up to tbe,'front, but hung
;' '\u25a0:\u25a0"• again at -i the end. . Johnny Lyons : ran * a go *d - half and then pnlled np. \u25a0'
CCQQ Finn HACK— One mile aud 70 yards; selling; 3 year - olds and upward; value to
ODJO flrst $200. - -:..-\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0-..-... •: -- - \u25a0\u25a0 - :
iniiex.l , . -Horse and Owner. - - IWt|St.-% % % Str. Fin. I Jockey. . i Op. CU
6003 U)FOLLIE L,"5 (Allen-fit H.).U00 3 1 5 1151 15 1,10 1,6- Callahan 4-s \u25a0" 3-5
(K613) (2)KEDEEM,<3 (J. Paulsen).. 8S 44 4 4 2%32V42 1142 2 A. Thomas.. 2 16-5
j 6003 Whldden, 5 (Malns Hjable) .... 10. 2 66' B 8 4n.3 n 3 4 Buxton *10 20
6603 (3)E. T. FRYEU, 6 (Wathsr): 10« 7 7 7 ,;7 .7 4 2^4 Van Dusen.. -& %3'
6596 Wolfvllle, ,V(J.-M."Pier)..-... 96 5 .5 2^S 2 65' s¥> » % Denny .....J 40 ion
6013 i Argonaut. 4 (W.Cahi11)....... 104 1 2 2 2 1-2 %A 2VjB 5 'Selden 20 -60
ft 4»"» Wicket. 3 (W. E. Cotton).... 88 8 3 H 3 3 5 2^B 2^,7 k. Cotton.... : 3O \u25a0 ftp
Time— :24.t:4B 1-5. -.1:13 4-5,; 1:39 4-5. 1:43 4-5. At post 6V. minutes. Off at 3:30^. \u25a0 FolHe.. I^l
: ; prace, but show; Redeem. 7-10 place. 1-4 show; Wbldden, 7^ show. Winner b. m. by Mlmlc
.SlsterlGeneva.-;Trained by R, B. Alleu. Start stfaggllng. | Won easily* .. Second and third :
v same. "• High price— FolHe L-. 1. -Redeem ,7-2, Edwin T. Fryer tt.- FollleL spreadeagled her
. ..\u25a0 fleld'from the start. -Redeem ran a. game. race. Whidden fbowed^Qme Improvement.- Edwin
T. Fryer, caught. ln the barrier at, start, was far out of It." bat made np a world ofzround.
':" ."Argonaut : qnlt at-nlx furlongs: -'\u25a0\u25a0-.' -: ; - • . .. ;: .. _ ...
CC4fl SIXTH KACi:— Five and a half furlonns; purse; 3 year olds and upward; value to
DD*tU first $-'o'\ \u25a0 '
j;"tc\.l • \u25a0 Honte and Owner. - iWt)St. *4 - ifr '\ - Str. Fin. 1 Jockey. \ Op. CL
"6590 t-(2)ENnELD,s 4 13. iL: Brown) 100 s<-..i 5 4 I^4 2 Ins Cavanaugh .. 53 4.
6626 (I)NAPA NICK, 3 (Cnprnlng) 04 2 .... 3 n 3 2 33 : 2 3 A. Thomas.. 1 6-5
16B16) (8)8. STOCKING, « (Robert). 108 4 ..;,2 I^l n 1 Vs 32 .- Selden . . 7 «
(G632) Lewiston, 3 iaVMulcabyl.vr. -91 3 .. .'. .1.% 2 1 2 1%4 2% Callahan .. s . 3 4
6608 Fernando. 5. (R: fratler )..,.:. l loß 1 -.:. 4 1 5 5 .5 . . Van Dusen.. . 1Q g
Time-r:23 3-5.- :48. .1:00.^1:00 3-5." .,: At jwst 4% minutes. Off at 4:0OU. Enfleld. 6-5 place l-*»
, »>how; Jfapa. 1 1-2 pla^-cout show; Stocking. 4-5 show. ,. Winner eh. •h. by Star^ Shdrtt-Isolee
\u25a0•\u25a0* Trained by fJ.'.J.'. Qulnlan.* Start good :.Won driving.;: Next two easily. High price — Enflel.i
.: 23-5,,- Napa -Nick 13-10. StocWng; B. Fernando. 15.-; Enfield came. from far back with a name
:*•:* *vrush ; and just'gotup.^Napa Nick looked a sure; winner, at the^ paddock, but swervetl badly
; : r- .; under - puoishment.T* which <-_ co»t*> him - the ; rac e. \u25a0 ";S" ;S Stocking .was -. right there -; up to • the - time
- • • when, Napa ; Nick swerved : and ; had ', almost to ; pull - up.' * Lewlston quit." Fernando . Improving
Slowly. . :;- - \u25a0 r &:-:< ] - . "r .'A
SALINAS INVADES
MONTEREY TODAY
Many New Players Are Added
< to the Teams of the Three
'.'\u25a0\u25a0 ' '•\u25a0.'.:* "V" ? "C; League '*': : .o
- Large crowds continue- to attend tn<J
Three (>league gaifnes, -w-hich have been
\ ' True. Tfafflc.team and Gahtner & Mat
terns :have ; canceled, thelrrganae for to
day.ahd.'wiil."play ;a' double ;.header at
"WaVsonville oil May, '30,', vwhen excur
sions. will be run from .Monterey, Sa
linas and Santa Cruz -rand .this city.
'\u25a0'\u25a0 Monterey and Salinas play today at
Monterey, with Harry^ Walters as-um
pire, while Santa Cruz: 'will- play at
Watsonville, with Jimmy Ejoyle as um
pire. r - Monterey has signed Al-;Earle to
catch.f; Santa Cruz will 'have Willie
Jacobs i and;;Tramotola . of Santa Clara
in;"line A ' f ; r ".
. 'The "standing of the teams is as fol
lows: .' . \u25a0 -•• ' ' '. ;' .v * " " \u0084 . '-. \ '. A-.
" ' -' v" : •\u25a0 W!«hx." -' I/)et.''. Pet.
'MtJnterey .......'. ......1.3 ~,0 .* 10°^!
: Traffics ,;v..... ..:.......'..... 2 V- J '
Salinas .;;..;.......;......... 2 -.- 1 *>t>o
Wate0nT111e' ;.,.,.,............ 2 .; 1 «£«
gatiU-Crua .../................ 0 3 WO
Gintner &. Slattern \u25a0- 0V: : a 000
The Salinas team is now composed of
ei^ht of St. Miary's J Phoeriix men, \u25a0 Oui
gini having joined the 1 team last Sun
•day. v Hart - and Simpson .wilt be the
battery for Salinas.-:, while CThiele and
Earle will do the honors for Monterey.
Hardlson and Jacobs' will officiate for
Santa Cruz, and Bar'tlett and Gorman
will- be in the' points for. Watsonville.
All Star Soccerites Beat
Stanford
[Special Dispalch to The Call]
PALO. AUTO, .May 7.— The All Stars,
the California soccer, teajn, today'de
feated a 'picked Stanford team bY .a
score of 5 to 0. The Stanford players
were clearly outclassed by their more
experienced opponents. The work of
the forwards of the All Stars was par
ticularly noticeable.
TRACK GOSSIP
Jockey Bevan, who rode Kound and Round to
victory Friday. reporte<l to Trainer Short that
he was approached by a stranger who told him
that. the ra.ee was a two horse. affair and a?ked
that be poll his mount In the .Interest of Steel.
Short \u25a0 reported the matter to the official* and
an -investigation i* being made. Bevan save a
fair description of the man who approached him
and every effort will be made to leurn hl» iden
titr.4. ."\u25a0-... \u25a0 \u25a0 1-
. Jockev-A. Thomas, who ha » been so snecessful
at Emeryville, will leave Monday evening for
New York. " ' \u25a0 '
Faneull Hall thre.w up his head when the field
broke in the third and struck Jockey Van Dusen.
l<x>senlnsr sqme of the rider's teeth. Tbcborse
was Jeft.
Word was received at Emeryville yesterday
that Frank' Rnhstaller, regarded as the best Volt
here this season, has. gone wrong in New York.
He was taken east by o. A. Bianchi.
t George Berry writes that the western 2 year
olds are more 1 than -holding t net- own with the
eastern youngsters and he. thlnki that Turret
will prove to be the best 3 year old outside of
The Turk. • • . . . ,
CHALLENGERS ARE
BEATEN AT TENNIS
McLoughlin and Long Lose to
Ledermann Brothers in the
Finals at California Club
The final match of the handicap dou
bles tournament for the Ledermann
cups was played fn the California club
courts yesterday and won by the Le
dermann brothers, donors of the tro
phies. They were opposed to Maurice
McLoughlin and Melville Long of in
ternational fame. The challengers for
the world's title were playing against
big odds and the best they could do
was to take the short end of a long
five set match. The Ledermann broth
ers received a handicap of 30 and owe
15, and won by a score of 3—6.3 — 6. 6—3,6 — 3,
B—6,8 — 6, 3—6, 6^-2.
:V»" ; \u25a0 • •
The members of the Golden Gate
junior tennis club held their monthly
tournament on the park courts yester
day. It was a class singles event and
the competition in all four classes
proved close. The winners were E.
Fottrell. first class; Ray Greenberg.
second class; McLoughlln, third class;
A. Arendt, fourth class.
By far the best match of the da£*
was that between E- Fottrell and V.
Johnston of the first class. These
youngsters are easily the cleverest in
the club and can hold their own with
many of the best players in the senior
club. Fottrell took Johnston's meas
, ure after three close sets.
In the second class Greenber? won
all his matches with ease. He' went
through the class without the lass of
a set and did not lose more than two
games in any set.
McLoughlin won the third class al
most as easily. Cole made it interest
ing in the finals, but failed to win a
set after leading at 4—l4 — 1 in the second
set. . l : ._- ; ;^uC;;^
.The scores follow:
First class— X. Fottrell (we 13» beat E. HufT
<3-6>. 10— *. «— *X „.
• Semifinals— E. Fottrell towe 15> beat «.
Johnston (owe 5.. «— :». 4—6. «—»;« — »; M. Evans
(3-rti beat W. Fottrell (owe :i-6t, 7—5,7 — 5, 6-— 3.
- Finals.— F.. Fottrell (owe 13; beat M- Evans
<3-6>, 6—l,6 — I, fi— O. ~
Second class — H. «ireenb*r? beat O Bran.
«— ::. 6—2:6 — 2: H. Levinsoii t>eat H. Hudson, ti — <>.
11—9; A. Bull bea: F. rritchard. 1— «. B—l.
6—l.6 — I.
First round — Greenherc beat I.eviason. 6—'-*,6 — '-*,
6—2: Randall beat Bull. -— «. «— 2. *'<—-.
' Finals — flreenberg beat Randall, fi — -. 6—2.6 — 2.
Third class— Nathan beat Strauss. :s— «. «— :*..
7— fl: G. Hall beat.T. Roberts. »V— :i. 5—7. I.—".
First round— Mclaughlin bent George, by de
fault; Nathan beat Butler. S— K. ft— «. H— :;;
Hall beat La Montsgw, 6^-2. 6—2; C, Cole bent
R. Roberts. 6 — J. «-— X
I Semifinal*— Mel.«nzhlin ' best Nathan. 0— ».
6—l: Cole beat Hall. 7—5. 6— C.
Final*— MeLousfhlln beat role. « — \u2666. « — ».
Fonrth cla*« — «, I h:irnian beat W*. F«ley. 6 — ".
R— 2; Thomas beat >I.»can. «— \u25a0}. «—»:« — »: llotaling
beat R. Martin, «—.":. tt— 3. ,v'
First ronnd— Detriek b«-at .1. -Martin. 5—..
o—7.0 — 7. 7—5;7 — 5; Chapman heat Th'-nia*. H — '\u25a0'.. \u2666! — t:
I Hotnlin? t>eat Wei«slng. «—O.« — 0. «— «>: Arendt beat
l Karckr. rr — 2, « — •>.
' Semißn:jls— Chapman belt Detrick. by default:
Arendt beat Hotaling. «— W. fi— l.
j Finals— Arendt beat Chapman. «—O,« — 0, S— 3.
Emeryville Entries
Following are the entries at Emeryville for
Monday. May 9:
FIRST RACE— Five and a half furlongs:
psirse; rnsiden 3 year olds: ...
6622 Ciro lu7' H4K6 M"nte Verde. ..llo
6R22. Tilton .\u25a0.:.... 1t"» »>srtD I>owere>is ...'.:iio
W122 Moorok ..... -107! i".«O Green Drnson.K'T 1
»W6!> Snlly 11*' 6C22 F.thel MeK ...KC. ,J
W>22 Oantem 112 W£UI Dahlgren 112*
6822 New Capital.. lo7!
SECOND RACE— Futurity course: selling; 3
year olds and upward:
6»«4 Biased :. n6iifi.-V<atUlamr««»« W«
C<UU Anna May »;jWU«B2»»Ioli Montrooe.li'::
t>o3s Beda 94 «".617 Servicenee ...112
(B«2s)«Salvage lOCi B«ll Herives 10.",
6610 E. M. Fry...K>s; lit;^ Dor. Ledgett..lol
6547 Roberta 91| U6lO Tr« motor 10S
THIRD UACE — One mile; purse; 3 year olds
and upward:
•5605 Braxton S7! 66.T2 Banorella XT,
(e«37)GoWflna 103, &£& Eddie Graney.. !X>
6C32 Kid North . . STUKfiWChester Krum.lC3
FOURTH RACE— Six furlonga; the Alvarado
handicap;- 3 year olds and onward:
60t>* Spohn 107! fa!2u Fern L M
Cfi2K luclement ... 94 ! 6U40 Fernando 95
6602 Jim Gaffney..lO.s;
FIFTH RACE— One mile and 20 yards; selling:
3 year olds and; upward:
R63n 'Wicket 81! RrtT.o McNaH.r \o::
(6021) Wap 1011 6C34 fopperteM ...107
K47.X Meltondale . .. 951 (t;6Hfl)Kaiserbofr ...lio
rt6.no Miss Of flclooslO.-.; BSJCV Silver Line . . Oft
((»«3)Odd Rose 9t> 6017 Ocean Shore... 101
6619 Orilene .. 99
SIXTH RACE— Six furlongs; selling; 3 year
olds and upward:
6627 Billy Myer ..111! PR27 Mad Mu.«eravelo2
(X»2J*>Alra 1091 6617 JJo Quarter ..lit
6616 L. «>f Forest. .lll! Cool Uiacko lOt^-
6520 Orello m[
\u2666Apprentice allowanc.
Lexington Results
LEXIXOTON. May 7.— Muzetta W furnish*.!
the sensation of the closing day's procram at the
spring meeting here today by winning the third
race and paying »530.70 for a $2 ticket In the
pans mutuels. The place money was $*M>.25 an-l
the show $l».r»» for the same priced ticket.
Uelluf. a candidate for tne Kentucky derby at
LoulsTille next Tuesday, made a poor nhowins
in the fourth. Summary:
First race, six furlons* — Manretaal.i. straight
$16.21>, won; Anderson, place |4.10. second; Maid
Militant, show $B. third. Tlm.\ 1:K; .T3
Second race, fonr and a half furlonjrs — Oriental
Pearl, straight $14.10. won: Uelea Scott, place
$-"<.3."», second; Miss Greenwood, show |(J. 30 third
Time. :57 l-S.
Third race, six fni longs— Muzetta. straight
$.830.70. won: Beth Coodwin. place ?1.1.50. sec
ond: Tom Bigsby. show. £>.SO, third. Time
1:19 3-5.
' Fourth race, one mile — Foxy Mary, straight
$3.80, won; Collnet. place. |2. (55. second; Relluf.
out. third. Time. 1:43 1-5. . ....
Fifth race, four and a half furlongs — Incision,
straight $8.20. won; Alice A. Dale, place $4.«0.
second; County Tax/ show J&2O. third. Time.
:57 3-5. ... '\u25a0 . *
Sixth. race, one and a sixteenth miles—^Denver
Girl.- straight 'sl2.3o, won; Console, place $4.2."
l^cond: Miss Crlttenden. show $2.90, third.
Time. 1:51 3-5.
Aqueduct Results 1
AQUEDUCT. N. T.. May 7.— Fajrtte. under
Shlllins » Rood ride, won the Kins'* county han
dicap, the featnre of the card, todiy. defeating
la poor -field of -hones. He so oTerwhelnilnsly
ontclassexl the two horsea opposed to him. Maga
line and Wander, the latter an added starter,
that he was* held at the prohibltire price of 1
to. 8. . Fayette won easily by two and a half
lengths la 1:45.^-5. the faateat time for 1 1-16
miles of the meeting. Results:
First race, six furlongs — Eddie Ditgan. 5 to 2,
won: Elfin Bean. !> to 5. aecontf; Frank Parcel 1,
11 to 5. third. Time 1:14.
Second rare, 4^ furlonsrs — Bashtl. 2 to 5.
won: Idora. 5 t» 1, second; Piccaninny, 7 to 1.
thtnt. Time :35.
Third race, six furlongs — Rose Queen. 9 to 20.
won; Rockstone, 25 to 1. second: Tony Bone, 5
to 1, third. Time 1:14 1-5. j -
Fourth race, mile and a sixteenths — Fayette, t
to 8, won: Magazine. H to 1, second; Wander, 10
to 1.- third. Time 1:45^
Fifth race. geTen furlonw* — D^ill Care, 2 to 1
won: Banyah. « to 1. second: <E«l Ball. 3 to 3,
third. Time 1 :2J» 2-5.
SUth race, five furfons*— 'Bine Mouse. 8 to l
won: Aldrian. s to 1, second; Crash. Z to r,
third. Time 1:02.
HOTEL ROWARDENNAN
BEN LOMOND
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