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The Call's Page of Sports
SETBACK LIVES UP TO HIS NAME AND FORM PLAYERS MOURN
t'ct Favorite Runs a
Dismal Race in
Thz Feature
Two Choices Are True
To Their Backers
Across Bay \u2666
JOE MURPHY
T\v»» cltbtc*s rewarded their hackers
y-Merday at Emeryville. Madeline Mus
fMv and Jept being the' winners that
«""f favored by the talent. Setback,
which made such a favorable impres
eyn bere on his first start, when he
m<wne,j F'ride of L-ismore. Rocky O'Brien
arrl otlier ftst onet, failed dismally
y-st^rday when he was an odds on
choice. His defeat was attributed to
the ch«ng*> in traok*conditions. as the
going was somewhat soft after the
bri<>f rain.
Setback was plunged on as if the
ra«-e were over. The son of Ogden
was backed down from 7 to 5 to 4 to h,
and the players were Mill eating It
up at post time. The favorite seemed
to labor In the going, although he ran
prominently until the head of the
Ftretch was reached, when he hung out
distress signals.
The track Just suited Fernando's pins
and he never left the result In doubt.
g^ing to the front at the start and
winning in a common canter from Sea
Cliff by eight lengths. Planter was
thr^e lengths behind the place horse.
Andy Blakely has a very/ clever
sprinter in Jest. Vhich won th*e closing
•vent of the day, beating Raleigh P. D
Terns Tri^k and the highly touted
Rocky O'Brien. The winner was an 8
to 5 choice, and she was a justifiable
favorite on her showing against Jim
Bsscy on Tuesday, when she ran second
after a bad start. Tern's Trick, which
was the medium of a plunge, went out
in front, but lost much ground by mak
ing a wide turn into the stretch. Jest
closed in on the leader in the run home
and won going way by an open length
from the 25 to l shot, Raleigh P. D.
Tern's Trick was a' poor third. Rocky
O'Brien ran prominently for a while,
but faded away.
The second *vent, at seven furlongs.-,
proved a fine test between Madeline
M^sßrave and Meltondale, which «nade
its first appearance of the meet. The
former was favorite and made the early
runr.in*. Meitondale challenged the
choif-e in the stretch and it was a duel
all the way home. Corey rode a beau
tiful race on Mu*=grave and landed her
winner by a scani head from the fast
coming MeltondaJe. Cuvina was a
beaten off third;
L.ord of the Forest for the third time
went down to defeat as a fsvorfte. He
\u25a0was an 8 to 5 .choice in the opening
event, but failed dismally, finishing
eighth. The winner wai Kvran. which
repeated after his clever ra»-e of Tues
day. Pendarvis' gelding was easily the
best and won by four lengths in a com
mon canter from Ada Meade and Billy
Myer. The winner was four to one in
the betting.
I J. J. Conner's clever bunh performer
Nebraska Ijass showed that slie Ik good
enough to win on a big track by taking
the third event at a mile. The winner
was held at s'*; in the ring, but she
•was easily the best. Calla. which was
given the call in the ring at 11 to 3,
tossed it up at the end. Royal Stone
getting the place and Cabin running
third.
• While Chief Desmond looked to be
the only entry in the fifth event that'
appeared to have a semblance, of cla*s,
the layers took chances with Desmond
owing to his po<*£ showing in two pre
vious starts. However, he , was in a
eoft epot. yesterday, and made the going
throughout, winning as. he pleased
from IrrJgator and Onatasva. l*ady,
McNally was the medium of a plunge,
but ebe cracked in the stretch, and
ran fourth.. * ,
ADVICE--IT'S OTHER NAME IS AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE.
THE CALL'S HANDICAP FORECAST
PAWHUSKA— OSSABAR— ST. HELIER '
FIRST RACE— Five furlongs; purse; 2 year olds: '
Index Horse . Wt \u25a0 \u25a0 Remarks "
17441 f PA WHTTSKA 112 Should- come right back acain.
7441 OSSABAR 105 Looks to be' tne contender. •'.
i73«9i BT. HELIEII 105 Could' win on best form.-\u25a0\u25a0-•".
6492 Academlst 109 Probably needs racing. \u25a0J& . -' ' .
7."R:> Deride ;.^; .^ 105 Has shown nothing. \ ' .
CPPS Maynora 102 Not much. ' ' ' '. ' •
.MELTONDALE— SONIA— NYANZA . \>
SECOND RACi: — Sis and a half furlongs: sMHug; 3. year olds: J'
FtT^v Hnrw Wt \u25a0 Remarks X
7447 MELTONDALE 110 Ran" a' capital race yesterday.
7427 EONIA .. fc .l«7 Getting better. -
7413 NYANZA ". ...107 Could win on best form.
7430 Btnorella '. 107 Rneos have been bad.
7*39 Jim Cafferata 107 . Hardly up to his l>es£ form. '_ > .
7445 Zahra 107 ; Second in a poor field.
74."5 Eleotro— -an 107 Has Kpeed. ' <
7*4-"> New Capital 107 Hardly cood enough. ' :
"742* Helen Carroll 107 Form he* heen poor.
744.1 I.umen 110 Does not flsure.
7319 Tansy ; 107 Does not count for much.
METROPOLITAN— JOHN H. SHEEHAN— BIG STICK
THIKD RACE — Five and a half furlonjrs; selling: " . - -.-
Index Hors" : ' Wt . Remarks
»7418t •METROPOLITAN r 105 A *p*ed marvel.
7421 JOHN H. SHEEHAN 11l Apparently not ready by last race.
BIG STICK 100 Could win on best form. • '
N<"^n 107 Hardly ready.
57n«l Boggd .JU Too sWt -for this trick.
7429 Ellerd 10g Outclassed.
CHESTER KRUM— BUBBLING WATER— ARASEE \u25a0
THIRD RACE — Five and a half furlongs: Sycarolds and upward; selling:
Index Horse". \u25a0 Wt Remarks . ' "' '
<7437> C?HEST_K KKUM I^6 Weichted nlrely aD d one to beat.
74J9 BUBBLING WATER 117 Needed last race; .
7437 ARASEE ' 114 T<»ji three loofc to have It. ,
7431 Raleigh 101 Too much class here. \u25a0
(7420) A.Mim»n _\u0084' 9." In very light. ;:
74U1 Eddie Graney'.. ( 92 Has not yet sho^-n any form.
HOORAY— APOLOGIZE— HOWARD PEARSON ;
FOURTH RACi: — One mile; Volante handicap; all ages: ' ...
Index Horse - Wt Remarks . • ~~: >\u25a0':
7431 HOORAY 105 Figures best of this bunch.
7421 APOLOGIZE 11l Should show Improvement today.
7442 HOWARD PEABSON ..103 A consistent performer. ,
(7436) Roy Junior »112 l^ast race a winning one.
Star Actor ....107 Ko'stern form fair.. .
7431 Redeem ' ._..104 Has been running below form.
7432 Captain Burnett 104 Hardly good enough to win here.
7431 Buckthorn 105 J.ook»' to be up asralnst It. "
7442 Belleview 105 Away below form.
MILPITAS— DENEEN— PROSPER >
SIXTH RACE — Six furlongs; selling: 3 year olds and upward: *
Index Horse -* Wt Remarks
<7440) MILPITAS .....112 In form and has been sticking It out.
743S DENEEN /.V....109 I/yk* like the contender.
< 743.'.) PROSPER 100 R«>on beaten by top one.
7440 Twllicht Queen I°9 Might come to life. ..
7429 Blarksb<»ep ..109 An outside change.
~i?,T> Harry Stanhope 109 Ran a fair race first out.- .
7424 Inauguration ....: .104 Shown nothing.
7423 Glennadeane I«V> No form. .
7429 Lady Rensselaer -- in s/ JCa form." •
T4?.c, Roy«i x l*w Not much account.'
7424 T.eile Kingston ..10-" Shown nothing. .
7427 Who-. .'..............'....;. 109 Form has been had. .
\u2666Apprentice ailomance. \u25a0 . \u25a0.'.'\u25a0- \. ' ' .'
TRACK NOTES j
Several layers who were, getting: bold yester
day' hr reefsterinp bets were ouMed from the
tnirk "hy Tinkertims. acting under Instruction*
from tbe' afsro'iatlon. President Williams Fays
that if the layers can not k««pp within tbe-law
they can not operate at Emeryville.
-•\u2666 • •
Jjifljre C. H. Pettinpill wired from Trui-fcee
yesterday that he' would arrive last nlpht. He is
expected to take hi* jtlaee In the. stand today.
•\u25a0* - *
Ossahar. which xva* claimed out of' a race on
Tuesday, it back again In Andy Rlakely^o lmrn."
In fact, the several hornet: that were raided out
nf eellinsr races are acaln hack In thetr old stalls.
The deals werr put through yesterdsy. :
• .* . • - :
Throuph irrecular rirooepdlnjrs Ihi> horses l^ord
of the Forest and No' Quarter did not change
hands! They were claimed oot of a selling race
yesterday, but the deal. was nullified. ; "
• \u2666 \u2666
E. L. Jones claimed Meltondale for $rOO.
• • . . '
The Btrinp of W. <>. Yank.'. consistinjr of Ara-
Bone»«. Burbnr. Soon and two other horses, will
be. taken to Juarez hy W. q. Armstrong.
• **' • \u2666 .. - * - \u25a0\u25a0' ' "J ' \u25a0 -
The Volante handicap today brines out a
field. aiHl a prear* race should result.- ,Arasee,
winner of the Opening handicap, will meet Bub-j
Winy Water Bgaln, as 'well .a« Chester Krum.'
•.vhirh downed Arasee Wednesday. -'- Acninen and
Eddie Oraney are In Hcht and. one -of. them
mipht prove, the surprise. .VJ. >\u25a0
MI.WKSOTA ADVANCES
DETROIT, Xov. Is.— The . Unfve.relty
of Minnesota football* team, "which will
meet the 'University, of Mlchipan eleven
tomorrow at \u25a0 Ann ~ Arbor,'~'arrlyed "here
today and' will remain fat the Detroit
Country club until tomorrow: "morning.
-The- question, .whether 'Fullback
Thompson would be permitted 'to play
with the University* of Michigan foot
ball eleven tomorrow in the j?ame with
Minnesota was* practically * decided^iri
favor of Thompson" this afternoon. 5"
THE^SAN F.H^NGJBCO .O&LJJ. SAXURDA¥> NQACKMBER 19, 19J0
I LATONI A RESULTS |
CATONIA. Ky.: Xov. 18.— One of the. .poorest
card* of the »ne*tinjr wa« run off at I.atonia
today. The feature, a s(s furlone-.danh. -was a
procsfclAD. Roea Grande petting off In front and
makliis every post a winning one. Tomorrow will
be the flnal day of the meetinK. and the horse
men are preparinsr to ship their racers to Jack
sonville, pensacola and Juarez. . .-\u25a0.-.•.• \u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0 ..-••.. • \u25a0 \u25a0. .\u25a0 . i . \u25a0 »— v* \u25a0• " \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0.'.'-•.
First race, fire and a half furionK?— Grovrr
Hnslies. ?s straight, won: Detect. $3.10 -place,
pecond: Mary .Da y. : $8.60 show, third. Time,
1:063-3/, - " -.'i \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0•• . \u0084
Second race. " sis furlonprs— Cpnco. $18.30
straight, won: Ear) of, RloJinmnd. $.*?.^lo ' place,
second:. I.ucetta. $12.??0 show. Tl mo. 1:14.%
Third race, are and a^half furlonss— Ml?«lve,
i SM.Rtsiralsht. won: Star. S-».2f»*plse» serond*
' Delaney. ?2.70 show, third. Time. 1 :07 ~\ .
Fourth "race, Btifnrloncs — Roca] Grande. So.TO
straight.; .won; Ompeon. :^2..M>-, place, : second;
Kinsship. out show, third,' Time. ];i2 1-r».
\u25a0 Fifth race, mile and a \u25a0" (sixteenth—Colonel,
;sl4.firt straleht. won: JContclair ffi.6o place; sec
ond: Shapdale. $s;show. third. Time. 1:47.
Sixth ' race. '•- six furlongs— C. '\u25a0 TI. Tatton.
$2.> ftraljtht. won: Eyewfilte. $fi.3O place, second;
1 Fundamental, $3.20 >h0w.' third.:; Time,': 1:13 1.5.
I JA At ESTO WN RESULTS/ |
First r«c<\,sjjr furlnnjrs—nndkln, 0 to 1. won;
I"lr»wo*wl. .1 to 1, Rrof^jd: Bounder.' 6 to I,': third
Time. 1:145-5. : ; . .
, * Second race, five furlongn— l^nge^ 10'tol.
•non ; FrtrejttT. 1 1 to R. Feeond ; Golden j Leaf 10
to 1, Ihlrd.i Time, 1:02 3-5. • ,:..-;: \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u0084--
race, niv.furloncs — Via-Oetavia,' 3 to 2.
won; Kinir Cobalt. -2 to -1, - *»rond; J. H. : Houeh
ton. 3to 2, third.', Time, 1:13 4-5. \u25a0-"\u25a0\u25a0» :
Fourth race.-. flTe~andVa;lialf furlons-s— Henrv
Crospcaddln, 3 to' 1;. won; Hallact. 3 to'l, sec
ond; Cheek. 3to l.tlilnl.' Time, 1:07,2-3.: ,
Fifth . race, mil* and! -0 yards^-Tom >.Melton. 3
to 1.;, won;: Smnmer-Xlpht,- 6 to l;.> second ; : \cos
kaleetß, .'i to 1. third. Time. 1:42 1-5. >. : : , •
'iSbcth ;race, mile ;an<l' aY sixteenth— Captain
Swan son. 4. to 1,: won; Henry Munroe, :4i^, to-1
e&coml; Campaigner,- 7 to 1, third." Tuno,' 1:17 4-3;
THE CALL'S RACING FORM CHART
OAKWXP. Friday. Not. IR, ia.lo.— Sixth "dar. Weather clear. Track slow. E. C.
\u25a0 Hopper, presiding judge, nichard Dwyer. starter; \u25a0' -
7446 FIRST RACE— Futurity course; selling; 4^ year olds and upward; value to first $200.
>\»x.\ " Horse ' and Owner. ~ iWtlSt. H. % % Str. Fin. I. Jockey. I Op. cC
<7«S>I(I)EVEAN, 6 <C. PendarTls) . 119! 5 ... .T2 1. 3 13 14 Page 3 4
7420 |(3)ADA MEADE. 4 (Keene).. UU B ... 10 n 7 lU6 n 2 n A. Thomas... 5 7
"410- Billy Myer." S (J. M.' Cranel ; . lift 1 ... 8 4 r. lUS >i 3W2 Klrsehbaum 4 5
(7329)! N0 Quarter. * IQ. Bassett)..HP 3 ... 1 n 22 21 4 n I\ers ........ 10 12:
l7423i!Tlllln(rha!»t. 5 (W. Gabriel) ... 110 2 ... 214 »L- 3 2 R1 % Fnjfarty . j 8 :12: 12
«77S Dareincfm. .'\u25a0 (0. Turek>.. 122 11 ...11 10 1 8-'.6'h. Borel 15 15"
I (7268) Sw^de Sam. 3 (H. I. ' Wilson ».. 110 7 ... 5 l^« n 7 2 7 M, . Fischer 15 25
."348 Belle of Irognois. « (Lewis).. 119 10 ... Sn 9 4 P 4 8>« Riddle ....... IS 25
743 ii. (8)L. of FOBEST. a Mones),. IIP 6 ... 4*i 3 h t n » 2 Oarner 3-2 R-5
743S Sir Fretful. 4 (Hamilton). 110.8 . . . 7 1 11 '10 6 10 lO.lCaTananjch . . 40 ISO
7423 Lovely .Mar.r.'s (Thn Gorge). . ,|llo 4 ...','.) 1 B.HII 11 |W. Cotton... BO 200
Time— :24 3-5. :50 1-5, 1:02 3-5. 1:12 3-5. At"po«t 3>4 minutes. OfT at I :4K. Erran. 8 5 place.
4-5 show : Meade. 5-2 place, 6.5 show; Myer. 4-5 show. Winner b. g. hy, Baleowan-Miss
Adele. Trained hy F. Prior. Start good. Won easing up. .Second driving. Third eler- j
erly. Hlrli price — I»rd of the Forest !>-.". K»ran made a show of bt« fletd. —-inning' easing
.up. Ada Ateade closed resolutely. Mye r ran a - cood, race. No. Quarter ran a smart race..
Ke wa« pinched In on rail all last part. Ttllinghast ran -to. form. Tab Pareington.. He
will do soon. Lord of .the Forest made a very-bad showing,- not : running anything like his
form. ' - -.\u25a0 > \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0,-..,.
7447 SECO - ND RACE— Seveu furlongs; selling; . nil ages; value, to first ?200. r ~~
\u25a0I'ui.-x.l Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. 'Vt Mi \u25a0 % Str. Fin. I Jockey. I On. Cl.
7424 (1)M. MUSGRAVE, 4 <NelsonJ|loo| 4 12 1 I^l 2 I•% 1 h- 1 Corey- ...... 7-5 7-5
70flS (3)MELTONDALE. 3 (Trarers) 10J? 1 2% 2 h 3 5 2 2 210 A. Thomas... 4 7-2
7417 ruvlna. 3<C H. Wldemann) . . 105 3 5 1 3h' 2 h 3 » 315 Onrner .. R B
7123 (*}SIR AHrOUB,r, Mones Co.) 10fl 2 4 1V45 3 5 3 4 2 4 4 Archibald ... 2 3
7434 Ahella. 3 (C. P. Waterhouse) . S7 5 3 n 4 n 4 n 5.4 5 4 Selden . . 10 20
7433 Maxims. \u2666 (T. H. Miller) \u25a0 109 <t fi 6- B 6 6 W. Cotton. ..| 10 20
Time— :24 1-5. :49. 1:15. l:2f. \At post 1% minutes. Qff at 2:09. Madeline. 1-2 place, out
\u25a0 show: Meltondale. "J place. 1-2 show; Cuvlnn. 1 show. Winner br. m. by Ethelbert-Araeri
can Beauty. Trained by M. Nelson. Start gcorl. Won driving. Next two easily.
price— Cnriua JO. Winner bid up from $300 to $500 by F. W.-Doss and Sold, Madeline
' - : Musfrrave went to the fronf early, stood a drive and Just lasted. Meltondale closed very
.., strong under a powerful ride and would have won in > another stride. He is very good at
present. . Cuvina ran a fair race. Sir Angus could not raise a gallop. Abella showed good
speed. - \u25a0 - , \u25a0 : \u25a0'. . . -- ! \u25a0 .\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0 . :-.'•. ;. . • ..--;- ..\u25a0.-• ; \u25a0
7448 THIRI) RACE— One mile: selling; 3 year olds and upwards value to - flr^t $200, •
f'nlex.l Horse and Owner. IWtlSt. V 4V 4 V*> •% Str. .Kin. . 1 ,'' jockey.' • I Up. 01.
<74157H1)N£BRASKA LASS, 4 (Cnr) tOfi 3 3 5 38-1 %1 Hi 1.2% Buxton .1 5 9-2
742S«|Royal Stone. 4 (Fountain).... 106 5.2 4 1 h 2 4 2 4 2 5 A. Thomas!.. 8 12
7442 ICabln. a (J. limensetter) . . . .. 106 2 6S'« 2 4 6:4 fi 3 n Rosen ..•..'.. 5 6
7432 I (2) CALLA, c <C. Wldemann) . 10« 4, 1 h 2h 3 3 3 n 4 10 Archibald ... 2 11-5
7427 pcehulosus, 5 (J. L. Brown)... 106 15 I^4 n 54. 5 R 58 ' Selden ...... 10 ]•>
7414 I.lherto. a fr>. W. M0r5e1..... 10« 7 7 7 '7 »7 6 n ICavanaugh.. 30-50
743.% I(3)NETTIKG. a (H. Froollch) 106 84n6 20 6 1-j 6 2 7 IGarner .. .^. . 2 5-2
'lime— :i!5. :5Q3-6. l:i« 2-5. 1:44. At post 1 minute. Off at 2:34. Lass. 8-5 place. 3-5 show;
Stone.' s place. ; 2 show : ; Cabin,- 1 snow. Winner b.-m. 'by Highland I^ad-Kltty Bailie
Trained by J.. J.Conner. Scratched— (7440> Mllpltas. Start good. Won easily. Second
same. .Third driving. High price— Royal Stone 15. Cabin 7. Nebraska Lasa*. made her
move at. hnlf'tnlio pole, 'took the lead the 'c; bore, over in. front of Royal Stone .a six- '
• . fenth out. forcing him to come around on the outside of .her. but won easily enough. .
Tloyal Stogie foniio t a track - made . to . orde • for: him j and showed a much hette.r -race than
, last out. .Up w always a contender, but could not beat . the winner. Cabin . gamest •
of the o/hers. Calla dogged '.lt badly. Netting off badly and eouUl not raise a gallop any
part of It. - \u25a0\u25a0-;-. i '. -.-\u25a0 ' \u25a0 •-\u25a0-.. '\u25a0' \u25a0'•• -. \u25a0.:--\u25a0:\u25a0: ;'..^.,:<; '..^.,:< -\* \u25a0\u25a0 ; \u25a0 .-..; j *-*'•
7449 - 1 ' ot:RTH RACE— Six furlongs; purse; all ages; -value to first $250. , - '.
Hidey.i Horse and Owner. IWtjSt. »A M: '\u25a0-\u25a0%\u25a0 Fin. '- Jockey. I Op"] ~C\~.
7421 (3)FERNANDO, 5 {Frazler).. 112 .1 ... 1 2Vjl 2%1 4 1 S ißattiste .... 3 ».*
7410 (2)SEA CXIFF. 4 (C. Qulnn). 112 2 ... 2 3 2^3 3 2 3 Archibald ... 5-2 12-5
T4^° r J?2 tPr - 2 ' w - W«lk«ri ..'... •P7 6 ... 58 4%44 3 n Forehand.... 7 12
(7439) (I)SETBACK, -3 (Denver S.). 112 5. ..'. 3 4,21^2 1^4.1 8u5f0n...... 7-5 4-5.
7419 iPhll Mohr. 3 (J. L. Rose) 109 3 ... ;4 h, 515512 510 A. Thomas... 20 30
fiS42 lßoman Wlnr. 5 (R.van).....':]112 4 ... 0 ti 6 0- |Page ........ 30 60
Time— ; 24 1-5. :4S 2-5.' 1:14 1-5.' At po«t 3 minutes. Off at 3:03. Fernando." 1 place. onO
Cllff..l-2 place, out show; Planter, J show. Winner eh. g. by Previous-Indian Fairy
Trained by C. S. Panlfls. Start: poor. -. Won In * a gallop. .; Second easllyS \u25a0\u25a0 Third driving "
High price— Spa Cliff 4. Fernando broke In front and galloped all the way., winning with
groat ease. Sea Cliff was the runnerup early, was ontfooted by Setback to utretch. where
-\u25a0"•; Jie caucht .Uim. and ; easily., held -. the" place safe.,-'. Planter •\u25a0 closed resolutely; outgaralng •
/•' -Setback at the finish.' Setback broke to poor advantage, was taken up onibackstretch. Bux
ton being ufr/iid of interference, ; and had .to go oiitsldc. The colt ran up prominently to the
stretch, where he quit. -Other two no chance. \u25a0--. ; . . \u25a0 \u25a0-._ , -
7450 I '' IFT H RACE^-rO^e mile; selling; 3 year olds and upward: value to first $200.
jndfv.l llors<- and Owner. IWtlSt. -M-- .% ,% \u25a0- - Str. Fin. ' ..lockey. ;: |'"op. -.*ci.' |
74: is 14-DUHIEF DESMOND. 5 (PltrJ 106 5- 2 a«.l 4 1 5 1 35 1 1^ Rosen^:.^.,| r 6 . '"•'. 6
72AS lrrleator,4,iPolk A -..T.). .'.... If>« 9 10 • S 2 3 14 4 3142 % Van Dusen... % 5
. i 42« Onatassa. 5 (Livermore stable) 111 7 4 2V62 %2 Ji 2 n -3 2 Borel- .....:. 4 4
7439 I/ad.v McNsliy. 3 (Maple).. .. 101 3 3 n 5 h 4 His I^4 3 W. Gargan.. 3 13-5
7432 Buena. li (Indlanola stable)... 101 6 7 1 9 1 6 U .13 54- Plonrd ;;.... 15 25,
7423 I(B)SILV_R GRAIK.-3 (McNl) 104 2..« 8; 7 n 7.^. fi'l%« rt - Jahnsen - .:.. . 4 5
fi73.-. v jNHFmerittf, 4 (P. Zinimer).".. . 109 4 ;5 n 4 h ."» n 7 2 71 Kinc ..."..'..: — 15 SO
71.".2 Sir Wesley.-rr (Chappelt »:'..'.'. 109 ;l;l.n?3 2 S2 8 2>iS 2?i PaKe,...r... 15 2O ;
742S ICharles J. Harvey t 3 (PJckey) 104 8 'fin « 2%» 3 « 2 9 3 Woodf .. 15 ." 25
•\u25a0>:y. < I(3)ZORQASTER. .". > 102 10-9 310 10 10 . 10 - Rooney ...... B ;15
Time — :2«.-j.:5l v -, 1:17 2-0, 1:44 4-.">., At post 14 minute. Off at 3:2«^.. Desmond. 5-2 ' place 1
' show; lrr!gator."S-5 place., 4-5 show; Onatansa. -4-5 show. Winner b. g. by Saln-Lanra Agnes
;\u25a0 /'Trained by.'B. Wright. Start good! Won easily. Second driving. \u25a0\u25a0* Third handllr. High
, - price— Onatassa fi. Lady McNally '4. .'.Chief Desmond ; found his ; speed today, went to the
front early and breezed' all the way. Irrljator ran : a game race. >. Onatassa not ready
. ,I^dy M^Nally faded away at ; the. end. * Bu^na. was running strong nf the c finish. Others "
\u25a0.•• no chance. :\u25a0.-.-' . \u25a0 . ..- \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 -.• '\u25a0\u25a0'.}\u25a0: yj' - ' \u25a0 \u25a0 -. : \u25a0\u25a0 '-.-\u25a0- \u25a0 ;:\u25a0- - \u25a0- \u25a0 ... :
7451 ' ,SIXTH, SIXTH RACK— Fire And ; a half furlo. ,; purse; 2 and 3 year olds; value to flrsts2oo/ 1
lmlex.l . Horse and ' Owner. IWtiSt. U Mi Str. Ffa.-' Jockey. • t On. Cl. i -
\u25a07^W i U)JEST. 2 |A." «. Blakely^. 9!> .3 _ . -. : : >,2 a- 2 2^2 .-Vt.X-.l- Olass ...;... "(TS ITS
li§2 tttl 'lfb P1),; .3 -(Johnson)..-. 112 >1 -..-..' .6 3-fi 5= 4 1/2 2: Buxton'...:; '15 25 ;
(i2.2t Tern's Trfck.i^UAllen & H.). 1W .4 . . . :1 n 1-I^l 1 3 :\\t. Garner ....:. d 7.S
7422 Hacia. 2 fT.-Tnrnmire);...^.-.-. 97 1 . . . ; \4 n 8,w,:5 d 4 n Selrien ...;... 20 \u25a0 -40
7439. (2)HOCKY O'BEIEN/ 3 (McM) 1121 2 , ..: 31.13 1 .1 '•• 4 n 3 H : 's 5 Archibald ... S-5 ' 2
.... (3)SHOUXING SPRAY. 2r(Cm) 100^5 ... 5 2 5.^ 6 5/610 fA. Thomas.. . .5 :\u25a0 12 >
7429 FayMulr.'S (J. Jungclaus):*.. loi>r« ... 7"l -7JO 7 6 7 3 Klne ........ 00 ion'
, 7422 |Tee;May.^2:jW.- Walker*. \u25a0'.. 9"!^ ..: S S^ 8 « Forehand ..; 15 30 j:
Xime-^:24,. :4ft 2-5. I.OH 1-5. Ar post H minute. Off at 3:56^: Jest.- : 1-2 place,- 1-4 show :
Raleigh. 5 place, 3 show; .Trick.f 7,10 -show. •; Winner br.-f.r.hy Ben Brush-Cap : and "Bells'
Trained by A; n.* Wakelv.. Start good.; Won > handily. Second "driving. - Third stonnlne* /
- ' HieJi price— Jest g-5,- O'Brien; 11-6. v. Test larin '. behind Tern's Trick to -the paddock.- wh<sre
she took , the lead." a u<) : won ; going away.. Raleigh P \u25a0 D ran a capital race, coming . from
..-,_ iiirbact.v Te^n's^Trlck^hadthei early, speed.; but lost: muchr.jtround by,- bearing ont at
last turn and- finallr stopped :badly. : :-. Dacia,- ran: her -race. ...-Rocky O'Brien sulked all final "
'\u25a0 furlons. Shooting Spray ran far below eastern form, but t will Improve.;- .; : •
\u25a0\u25a0l After the finish of the sprond ' r«cft Meltondalp
became p fractions «nd s t'rl"<i3tofrun/away-swith' r l"<i 3 to frun/away -s with
Jockey .Thoniss. 'but; the little "'-colored -fellow,
after, considerable :- tugging, ?* got *\u25a0 the " colt under
: J*ckej!« .Battlste' and; Pacp.'were RiTen" threw
days onthe^sronnd bj--,Starl-«r, Djryer for nilsbe-"
ha vio? " at,' the post. 1 In < the < fourth > race. >*. Battist c
irrKjeViFernapilo ;,and , Tagc - had *the'niount 'on
r Roman -Wiug.v .;-\u25a0-,; - . v :-. . « x-v^v -.
Goldberg
ONE ROUND HOG AN TO
MEET JOHNNY FRAYNE
Speedy Lightweights Will Hook Up Over the
Twenty Round Route Next Month
WILLIAM J. SLATTERY
One. Round Hogan will blossom out as a full fledged 20 round performer
on. the afternoon of December 17 against his one time pal and now antag
onist, Johnny Frayne. This match was made last night by Promoter Louis
Blot. The boys are to box at 133 pounds, at 11 o'clock in the morning, and
the referee will be named 10 days before the bout.
Provided the Nelsori-Moran" affair is a success, Hogan-Frayne event
promises to be close at its heels. B«th boys are natives, who learned the
game right here and who did most of
their work In the city of their birth.
It looks like a match that will interest
every follower of the manly art of
self-defense.
- At last night's i conference Hogan.
was represented by his manager. Wal
ter Franey. while Al White of Oakland
appeared for Frayne. It was a spirited
discussion between the two managers
and the promoter,. Hogan's representa
tive holding out for a fat bonus for his
man. They finally came to terms when
"the. match looked to be off.
According to the terms of agreement.
Hogan and Frayne are to box for a
percentage of the gross receipts. This
will be divided 75 per cent to the win
ner and 25 p*r cent to the loser, which
goes -to show that each man is very
confident of his ability to down the
other. In Vase of a draw, the money is
to' be divided equally between the pair.
Hogan Is \u25a0 one of the most sensa
tional lightweights ever produced' ln
California, and, although he haa never
gone more than four rounds, he has
built up a fighting reputation that has
made him famous not only here, but
throughout the country. iLike Jimmy
Britt, the gallery gods turn out to see
Hogan beaten, but invariably he brings
home the spoils.
- Two years ago Frayne was In line
for the llghtwejght championship of
th 4? world. Then he' suddenly went
back in the "betting, losing tg> Lew
Powell and theij- collapsing entirely.
It looked like curtains for Johnny until
a few months ago, when he went to
New Orleans and, by holding Tommy
Murphy and Owen Mo ran "safe for 10
rounds, showed that* he had "come
back/
Frayne is now being handled by
White, a well known capitalist and
sporting man on the other side of the
bay." White has always been known as
a game bettor and he will back Johnny
to the limit against Hogan. Frayne
will', start training immediately at
White's gymnasium, adjoining Free
man's park in Oakland. .Three weeks
of steady work should put him on
edge. ' ,
Frayne and Hogan used* to be the
greatest .of friends before Hogan
sprang into the limelight. Now each
is fairly aching for a chance to get at
the pther. a feud having interfered
with their oldtime friendship. Each
boxer thinks that the othgr, Is a soft
mark for him and this bids fair to
stimulate a lot of healthy interest in
the bout. * • \u25a0•
Battling Nelson believes in the time
worn adage, "It's never " too Wate to
learn." There are but few men in
the pugilistic ranks who adhere to this
rule, but the /Durable Dane Is going
to take a chance. ;He's going to make
a fast, whirlwind campaign -of it. when
he goes' in against Owen Moran at
Blot's arfena next Saturday afternoon,
for he hascome to the. conclusion that
his one 'good chance to batter down
the/ clev«r Britisher is to keep right
on top^of him all the time and never
give him a chance to get away. *
This is- the plan of campaign which
the Battler has outlined, for himself.
He" intends to abandon,' his old time
plodding method. He's not going to
stand there and take four or. five wal
lops in order to get an opening to
deliver one for' himself. He's going
to. try to deliver the four or five and
let the one go for the other fellow. .
-This is the way; Bat has it mapped
out on paper. '' Now it's another ques
tion as to whether .he will be arble
to put his carefully laid plans Into
execution. This remains ,to be deter
mined when the'Britlsher dances out In
front: of him./ The Dane is very "seri
ous In anything which he undertakes.
He puts his whole heart and soul into
t his work. It does not make any dif
ference 'to him -how much- they kid
him or how much they: laugh at him.
He keeps right on trying all the time.
14 was -noticed by- all the" fans Jn
Nelson's latest -setto with La .Grave
that Ihe showed more speed than ever
before in- the first five or six rounds.
But after that time he began to slacken
his speed, r simply because* he was not
in'conditibn. Like many another smart
one, .. he •' believed that he was « going
in against a ;. mark,, and he was badly
routed and surprised. \u25a0 , -
/ ~ But/ the Nelson who \ will " step In
with 1 Moran next .Saturday afternoon
will be a. well trained pugilist. ;.-.: Hit
last; experience was a valuable lesson
l to' him; and he Is. going to profit by it
r in his \next ... niJxup.'^^'gg^
"I can ;go , just," as fast as an>v of
them, a"nd I .will : furnish the fans'; with
:a- mild* surprise* when i they f gee x me.*in
action^ against "Moran/: said -'the; Dan«.
as^ho -was: making ready; for his: work
WILLIAM J,
SLATTERY
yesterday afternoon. "I reallza tljat
th*» 45 round grame> is gone. sr> I must
make a 20 round performer out of
myself, an( j 1 --JU o j t> t OOi m ark
my words.
"Most all of my important enjrasre
ments in the past were over the Mara
thon route, but this one is a 20 round
affair, so I am retjulating my -work ac
cordingly. Morart is fast and clever
and a grond puncher. . I »m not clever,
but I will show them that I can go
fast when I want to and t -will also
show them that I can whip In many
an effective punch."
Nelson's toxins; work yesterday aft
ernoon consisted of six rounds, two
each with Marty Kane. Dick Wh?»l»r
and "Walter Scott. In the order named.
They are all on the Moran order, fast
and clever and accurate hitters and
they all had Instructions to keep mix-
Ing it with the Battler ju*t as hard
a-p they could and without a single
letup.
Kane started out very well, for the
bout had not progressed a minute be
fore he slipped over a hard righ\ on
the Battler's battered ear and inflicted
a 'deep cut. - Bui the sight and the
feol of the blood did not d»ter the
Dane, who kept rigrht on going. He
forced Kane all around the place and
Kane just locked horns with him and
fousrht back.
Wheeler and Scott also acted accord
ing- to instructions, keeping rierht after
the Battler all the time. Kelson dis
played plenty of steamT v
Nelson, appearing 1 for himself : Char
ley Harvey, representing Moran, and
Jim Coffroth will meet this evening
for the purpose of selecting a referee.
It is said that the choice Hes between
Eddie Smith. Jack "Welsh and Phil
Wand. The names of these three men
wilk. be- put up to the men and one
of them will b« agreed upon before
midnight.
Ruf us • Williams, the husky colored
middlew eight who is to appear against
Loupe Caranza in the 10 round pre
liminary, will not take on Dan Sulli
van In Oakland in the meantime.
George Mero. the manager of the col
ored fighter, has given his word to
Coffroth that his man will not break
his promise and Mero has never been
known to gd back on his -word.
RHEUMATISM
PAINFUL & DANGEROUS
Rheumatism is due to a diseased
condition of the blood cells and cor-
puscles, brought abort* by an excess
of uric acid | in the circulation. It is
not only a very painful disease but an
extremely dangerous ' trouble. The
briny, acrid state of the blood gradu-
ally forms a coating over the muscles.
and by depositing a cement-like, sub^-
stance in the joints frequently termi-
nates fatally, or leaves its victim a
hopeless cripple. It is natural to
4 j doctor f ' the spot that hurts, angi it is
quite right to use liniments, hot appli-
cations, 'etc., to get temporary. relief
from a painful joint or swollen tendon;
but Rheumatism is not a skin disease,
and such things, when depended on
alone makeone careless, and the dis-
ease gets a firmer hold on the blood.
S.S. S. cures the disease because it is
the greatest of all blood purifiers. It
. goes into the cir-
culation, and re-
/I&5& 4p3s 13p^5 moves every
>& acid, builds up
kB V Ij k JB makes it rich
*$$r qgy and oily, and in
mi^^ mmm^ m^ mm^^ this way pre-
pares it for the
proper nourishment of all joints,
muscles, nerves and bones. If you
have Rheumatism, get the uric acid
out of the blood by taking S. S. S., a
purely.vegetable medicine, and enjoy
freedom .from its misery. Book oa
Rheumatism and any medical advice
free to all who write.
lEE SWIFT BPZCrmo CO,. A tUa U. G*.

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