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The Call’s Page of Sports
TWO LIVE ONES MAKE
THE BOOKIES GROAN
Jockey Glass Ride on Veneta Strome Puts
All Hands Wise to Very Rough Trick
.____.—, _.. ■
JOE MURPHY
A couple of good things were put
over yesterday at Emeryville as a little
reminder to the layers that getaway
day Is at hand and the boys need at
little railroad fare. The real cream !
chocolates of the afternoon, which were
divided among the crowd, were the!
victories of Sir John and No Quarter.
The former horse was returned a win- j
ncr simply because Buddy Glass put
up a ride on R. J. Mackenzie's entry, '
Ve/ieta Strome, that would not go on
any other track save Emeryville.
While the days of the sport.ln Cali
fornia are limited there Is no need of
bringing it into disrepute, merely be-1
cause the end appears in sight. There
are many lovers of the great pastime
who have a hopeful view of the future |
for a further continuance of the sport,
but racing like that furnished yester
day at the transbay track would cause
every true admirer of the sport to
turn against it. Glass' ride on Veneta
. tromc was apparent to a mere novice,
and it was not necessary to have strong
glasses to see that something was
wrong.
The betting was indicative of the re
sult, and the sane bettors who did not
get down early on Veneta Strome prob
ably saved their money when they saw
the way the odds were switching.
Sir John was the favored one, not
withstanding the fact that he did not
figure with Veneta Strome. The lat
ter had beaten Sir John on last Thurs
day earlly at the same distance. Ve
neta Strome was meeting Sir John on
conditions which were more favorable
to .Mackenzie's mare, as she was get
ting five pounds the better of it from
Sir John than when they met on the
previous Occasion.
Vf-neta Strome opened at 8 to 5, but
the layers kept boosting her price un
til it hit 3 to lat post time. On form
the mare looked to be a legitimate even
effoney chance. * Sir John was' the fa
vored one. His odds were belted down
from 3 to 1 to 9 to 5. "No mistakes
were made. Sir John came along at
the right time and won by three-quar
ters of a length from Veneta Strome.
Busy Man was third.
Veneta Strome belongs to R. J. Mac
kenzie, the millionaire turfman, who
has an established reputation of being
a high class sportsman who loves
j THE CALL'S HANDICAP FORECAST
UNCLE HENRY HARRISON-ALAMITOS-NARFI
FIRST RACE-—Three furious-": purse; maiden 2 year old'colts and gelding*:
Index Horse Wt * Remarks
8142 UNCLE HENRY HARRISON 109 Has shown best form of this lot.
.... ALAMITOS 1 Hastings-Flaxen VJairi.lOO Reported to be fast.
NARFI (Solitaire 11-Handsorae ,
Florry) -.•■• ••••• 1°» Reported to lie fast.
8142 Mlmori'-so ................109 Little form to tie others.
107
Mfi7 Salt'grade 109
werald WT
H42 U 112
7861 Prince of "80hemia" 7.'.','.'.'...'.'.'.'.'.... 109 '
.'■l42 1 10J>
■ .... Tick TactTlm, Payne-La slnaloal..
.... I .112
SILVER KNIGHT—MINNEDOCIA—GOSSIPER II
'SECOND RACE—Six furlongs; selling; 4 year olds and upward:
Index Horse - * Wt Remarks
8181 STIVER KNIGHT .112 Can do better than last race shows.
8180 MINNEDOCIA 100 Bad lock in last start. *.
8188 GOSSIPER II .....110 Off badly last out.
8148 Sorrowful ..........110 Figures close up.
8082 Joe M ■-■■ .112, Fast, hut Inclined to stop.
su:: Zoroaster ......108 Races have been good.
si 80 . Binocular 11l Might prove the;surprise.
777," David Warfield 112 Good long shot chance.
'WA Greenhrldge .....115 ' , Races have not been much.
7410 Clgarllgbter ........115 First out this season.
1,1 .1 106 No line.
7975 Rczon ...... ...111 Done nothing.
HAMPASS—HAL—PETE
THIRD RACK— furlongs; selling; 4 yea olds aud upward:
Index Horse Wt Remarks
8147 ::ampass 115 Looks the best.
S'Kt HAL "." ....112 Ran a good race last out.
81S.V PETE 112 Should be In the money.
Sl'iS Mitre .......112 Should improve over last start.
8117 Banlady 100 Might wake up. r .
8180 Beds ..lotv Can do better than races show.
800% St. Francis '.*. 115 Races have been.below true;form.
8138 Lndy Adelaide .'...110 Worth a bet at a price.
HUtti Electrowan • log Little form to the others.
8103 Hiacko ...IIS ■. . ■
8143 r»lies ...112
8093 Exchequer .... — '.". —;. .....112
MARKIE M—FULLETTA—WHIDDEN
.FOURTH RACE—One ■id a half miles; Star Ruby handicap; 3 year olds and upward;
Index - Home Wt - Remarks
8187 MARKIE M 107 Has the speed and must be caught.
(8181) FULI.ETTA : 104 .In form, and distance and track will suit.
818] WHIDDEN ..7."..; .....95 A chance on best form.
SISI Flora Riley .... 00 Raa.i.fajr race . last out.
DARGIN—MATADOR—MERLINGO
FIFTH RACE—One mile; selling; 3 year olds and upward:
Index Horse'- ",*•.'..*"-- Wt,','-- : • Remarks
(81S4) DARGIN .. 115 In hue form and a bear on track.
(8157) MATADOR •".' '.'.' MS Ixioks like the contender.
(8t82) MERLINGO ............' 114 Last race -a. good one.
his* Woodlander ..... '.. lit Win be hard to beat.
8171 Ilex • •••• 109: Distance and track will suit.
8184 Tear Faust 118 Carrying a lot of weight.
8109 Marburg « Might wake up.
8184 Heretic .................... 89 Has a good chance.
8141- Chantilly ....114 Races-have not been tip to tree form.
8157 Captain Burnett .......'. .......115 Consistent < performer.
SISS tl/oulse B -.' '•'«"•' ..'B2 Up against It.
* 77C2: Treasure -5eeker :..'.'.... .......:..'.... 111 Hardly good enough.
TIM PLUVIOUS-STARRY NIGHT
"SIXTH It-VCE—Six furlongs; purse; 3 year olds: ." - "*i
Index - Horse- ■- - ■ Wt Remarks . .
<»111) TIM JUDGE ... ....;.: 1" Looks best. ,
8193 PLUVIOUS . .......102 showed-Improvement In last start.
8187' STARRY;NIGHT '£.::; .109 Better over a distance.
8111 Parlor Roy ........................... 93 Recent races have been good.
Wrt7 Star Itvsn ...;.*..... .114 Form. has been good.
.8137 ; Ban Ann..,; ...97 Going will suit.
♦HO Aaericus .-.** East, but seems to slop.
MADAME LA GORGONZOLA’S BEAUTY HINTS.
horses for the sport of running them.
It is reported that the stable was dis
satisfied with Glass 1 ride. Taplln Is
the regular stabfe Jockey, but is not
riding, owing to being out of condition.
No Quarter, after a series of dull
races, woke up with startling sudden
ness which brought the layers to their
senses with the speed of a pitcher of
tea water. The good thing opened as
good as 10 to 1, but the heavy play
forced the odds down to sto 1. The
result was never In doubt, as the good
thing went to the front and stayed
there, winning easily, with Jockey
Fischer looking back, giving the rest
of the field the ha ha.
Mclntyre Is another Jockey whose
riding has been severely criticised dur
ing the last few days. The boy has a
reputation for being a bad actor, and
a continuance Of riding like the.kind
he has been furnishing will eventu
ally earn him some other position than
riding thoroughbreds.
Likely Dieudonne was another of the
acrobats. Last time out at; five fur
longs, with Glass up, the Raisin City
stable's entry was last, being beaten
off as a 6 to 5 favorite. With Archi
bald up yesterday Likely .__ leudonne
won at six furlongs, beating a clever
field of sprinters.
The baby race was captured by Fran
cine, ' which won by five lengths from
Mlnstra. Idum was third.
Feather Duster, at 4 to 1, took the
lead early In the second race over the
futurity course and won easily from
Dune Campbell. Gyptls was third.
Twickenham, backed from 10 to 1
down to 8 to 1, won by a neck from
Doncaster, the favorite, In the third
race over the futurity course. Abe
l.lupskey was third. \ ',•'"*'
■ ■ i *■ .
EASY FOR PACKY
PITTSBURG. Pa., Feb. 6.-—Packy Mc-
Farland of Chicago and Bert Keyes of
New York - went six rounds In * a medi
ocre display of boxing -tonight. Ife-
Farland appeared, to be; toying with
Keyes throughout the bout, although
the latter, despite his wildness, got In
several long range Jabs, with, no steam
behind them. ** *
THE ANY FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911.
WAR CLOUDS LIFT;
HORSEMEN REJOICE
Action Will Again Be Resumed
on the Juarez Track This
i - Afternoon
JUAREZ, Mex.. Feb. 6,—On the' advice
of Colonel R. Garcia Martinez, Jefe
politlce of Juarez, and Colonel E. Tam
borrell, chief of the military, who are
now in command of the local situation,
that the trouble in and around Juarez
is practically at an end, and that there
is no longer any danger for visitors,
the Jockey club will resume racing to
morrow. " '
The meeting will run out the 100
days, which will bring the close around
the Ist of: April.
Entries for tomorrow:
FIRST RACE— and a half furlongs,
maiden fillies, 2 year olds, selling:
I.awn ..............112 Woolvel : ......105
Thistle R05e.;....:. 112 Frazzle ....105
Lady D01ara........108 -Edna 5..............105
Prlmdale .'......105 Fredileota .105
Goldfeni ...........100 Ethel Wicks 105
Pretty Soon ...105
--'-' SECOND RACE— furlongs, selling:
StaCTW .. 1151 Mike Molett 112
Bitter 5ir...........112| Grace Golden no
Rev El T0var.....;. 112 Kyle ..no
Sporting Life .... .112 Arrow 5haft....... 110
Salvage ........... 112'Rykers 110
Colonel Austin. .*....11-21 Annie We 115.;.,..... no
THIRD RACE—Sir furlongs, selling:'
Creston 112! Hoc Allen .....107
Chapultepee ...:.... 110 Ned Carmack;....... 107
Lena Lech...'.'..'...".110 Martin Casey..;.*;... 105
Tom McGrath.......lffl Gladys L0ui5e....;.".. 163
Hannls 107, Roberta 103
Hidden Hand. t','7,Salr,f.,x .102
FOURTH RACE-^-Seven furlong?:
Injury 12.',.Frank Mullens ......103
Helmet 112 Sterlln .... .;.. .100
I Round the World... 112 Royal Captive....... 08
Flying Wolf .104|Cand!eberry ........ or.
I FIFTH RACE—Six furlongs, 3 year olds, sell-
I ing: -.■■<..-■.....'■■.■•.■. „_
! Uncle Ben.'.'. .. .11 (ifßutter Ball .." . .107
| Moekler .......... Utile! . Filar .. 107
! Planter ........ 11l Tiie Hague.....:... 106
I Bob Farley Helen 5c0tt........'.' 105
I Dubois ......... — 108' oat" , *.*.:- ion
: Rue-.............;.i07|,Frit* Emmett 99
! sixth RACE—One mile, selling:
Ellerd .. ...... .lioiFred Mulholland..... 102
Pedro ............. 102 Florence A .......: 100
Barney Olilfleld 102) Beach 5and...... 90
The Peer .....102[.Uarsand ........... 90
•Apprentice allowance.
Napa-Sonoma League
Name Officers
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NAPA, Feb. 6.—A meeting of the
Napa, Sonoma, Tulare high school ath
letic league was held here yesterday
afternoon with delegates present from
all three counties. The request of
Petaluma high school to' he admitted
Into the league was j granted. It was
decided to amend the,league constitu
tion so as to limit the track teams en
tered In the field days to 12 men each.
The" following new officers were
elected: President. Glenn L. Allen- of
Napa; vice president, -'J:-'A. Mills of
Petaluma; secretary, F. A. White of St.
Helena. Committees on the : baseball
and field day schedules, were appointed*
v Reports presented showed j that J Napa
is rln : the field with = a;- strong baseball
team, and will play, a number of: San
Francisco high school nines this term.
TRACK NOTES
;:.. R. F. ' Carman, the well known * turfman. Is
one of ; the latest arrivals, coming from - Los
Angeles. '",. .--■■.. y,-a -„-'-:-..
. * _- _*'.-'* *
: Marse ; Abe", broke down ' during the * running
of the fourth race.
Jockey ', Archibald continued "'< his good work
In '•'■ the saddle * by; piloting : two >winners. This
lad has * a , bigger • following now . than any
other • rider at the track.
■v.- •*' ,-'.,<* . -.'-' *
' Jockeys E. Martin and Borel were given three
days on -the ground by the, starter for -misbe
havior at the post in the third »ace.*~*
■% Meltondale, formerly In E. L. Jones' :: stable,
is now In tlie iWldeman. barn, the gelding hav
tag i beea disposed of yesterday.
! THE CALL'S RACING FORM CHART \
-♦- . ———, _____ : __ : __—, ' _-„
OAKLAND, Monday. Feb. 6. 1911.-—SeTe_ty-fourth, day. Weather clear.'.* Track hea-ry. E.
C. Hopper, presiding ludee.* Richard Dwver. atarter.1 •. .
furlongs; purse;
1;
:.!
and Owner.
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I
8136 |Franclne (B. Palomar) . 1110 1 ... ... ... 1 141 5 [Selden ......
8186 (lmiNSTRA (Capt. Ckmitt). Ill 5 ... ....... 3 142 14 Archibald ...
.... (8)IDITM IG. W. Berry)...... 110 3 ... ... ... 4n 3 ns Shilling .....
8136 Lady Lightning .Weaver)...; 110 4 .... ... . ... 2 4 4 3 E. Martin...
7975 Lavender Lass (H. & H.)..... 1110 6 ... <5 4 6h '.Pickens
8136 (8)FLORENCE S"» (Oakwood) . ,110 » ...:......- 6 1 (14 Glass *.:..:.*.
8088 Anna Schneider (Schrelber).. .;110 7 .... ... .... Si 74 Fischer .....
8106 Madreclta tJ. N. Camden)... .11101 -2: ;.. ...... 7 4 8 14 Thomas
8181 Florence Roberta (Van GordenilllO 10 ... ... ... 10 4 9 24 Borel-. ..
8130 Wild Fern (T. Fox)....:..... 110 8... ....... 9 3 10 4 J. Mclntyre..
81-.-, Patent Stopper (Cassatt). 110 11 ...115 114 lOavies
8136 Lid. George (Scarborough)...|11012 ... ... 12 12 McBrlde I
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6
20
1 5
M
" 20
20
8
20
8
5
5
80
5
20
25
40
20
-., *
40
•Cdunled with Mlnstra.* ■■ -.-. •:'.-■
me—:25, :37 1-5. At post 6 minutes. Off at 1:524. Franelne, 1 place, 1-2 show; Mlnstra,
6-5 place, 3-5 show; Idum, 1 show. Winner blk. f. by Ostler Joe-Wllma. Trained by W.
S. Heath. Start poor. Won easily. Second cleverly. : Third driving. High price—Fran-
cine 4, Florence S 6. SYanclne got away flying and made every post a winning one. i Mln-
stra closed resolutely. So did Idum. Lady Lightning hung a bit toward the end. Others
never In It. -■: '■ - ■ :■-.■•..■- ■ ■ •_-"■<•. -.. -, ■. ■ ■ - ■
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course;
; 3 year
xA
8090 (2)FEATH. DUSTER (Qulnn). :
81G6 (»)D. CAMPBELL Mackenzie) :.
8155 Gyptls (Ayalon stable)..;..'.. i
8187 iMaxle Girl (Yosemlte stable).):
8155 Ruisseau (T. W. Flyon)..... '
8112 (DBELL CUTS (C. J. Casey) :
8155 Bob Chocolate (Farrls)....... • :
8166 Doride (Wilson & Oo.)....... I
8166 Sokol (O.Tnrek)............. :
8154 :Fontello (Butterueld) ;....'..*.. 1
8155 Hand Satchel (Oakwood)...... |
7668 IGertle (C. P. Lamar).........
i 4 ... 14 1 241 3 1 8 Oallahi
il ...*, 3 % 3 4 2 n 2 I 5-.. Glass
'.! ... 2 4 2 243 4 3 6 Radtkt
j » ... 6 244 144 1 4 h Jahnse
3 ... 7 Si 6 147 8.6 34 J. Mc
10 ... 10 8 5n Sd 6 24 E. M«
5 ... 4 % 7 4 6.74 Thoma
16 ... 5 1 9 2 9 4 8 lVi'Selden
• 8 ... 9 4 8 4 8 l 9 h D. Mc
11 ... 12 12 11 1 10 4 W. Gi
7 ... 8 410 3 10 2 11 1 Hewitt
12 ... 11 1011 2 12 .12. Kederl
i-iiauHii ....
I Glass .......
Radtke .....
Jahnsen
J. Mclntyre..
E. Martin...:
!_*___.-_ * - 1
8
5-2
12
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20
30 *
20
50
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Thomas,*;....]
Selden .....;
D. McCarthy.I
W. ■ Gargan..
Hewitt .....
Kederis .\
ie— :26 1 5, :53. 1:04 3-5, 1:14 3-5.
place. 9-10 show; Campbell. 4-5: p
Broomstick-Ascot Belle. , Trained - b,
Gertie. Won easily. Next two sa
for 8500; no bid. ;• Feather . Duster
Dune Campbell ran his race. I Gypl
Magi* Girl will do on a fast track.
_ post 54 . minutes. Off at 2:184- - Duster. 0-5
ce, 2-5 show; » Gyptls, 5-2 show. ;. Winner ' b. g. by
M. Bernard. , Start * good for • all but Bell Cliff t and
e. High price Doride 15, Gertie 60. Winner entered
ad the foot and outran his field from the half pole,
showed usual speed and stopped as In former races.
Bell Cliff broke very badly and lout all chance. *s *-;
"utur:
course;
year
'. :.val
ri»-x.
and
1.
8187 Twickenham (Stokes & McD.) 106
8150 (DDONCASTER (Oakland S.) Ill
8158 Abe Slnpskey Murphy) '106!
76-2 'Red Klaw (11. & H. 103
8158 Eddie Mott (Van Gorden).... 110
81-8 f*3)A_.ELI_-_ (H. a. Cotton).. 101
8188 (S)RINDA (A. G. Blakely)... 96
7706 (Amargosa f Harris)..........;-. 106
r
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5 ... 2n \1 141 141 n • !
2 ... IS 4 4 1 4 n 2 lVi
1 ... 1 *« 2 h 2 -*_ 3 «i 1
6... 4 3*3 8 3 1 4 h
3 ... 6 4 5 4 5 3*58 I
4 ... -' 3h 63 64 fl n
8 -...,7148 73 73
7 ... 8 - 72 8 •■ ■ ■' 8 '■..;
:_.iuoie .......
I Archibald ...
El Martin...
J. ■; Mclntyre.. 1
Ip___l - - 1
1
8
8
6
10
4 .
20
'Borel ......'.!
.Selden '.*....*.!
jOlggins .....
Pickens .-.."■*.
-:2t_4-5. :58 3-5, 1:05 1-5. 1:15 1-5. At post 7 minutes. Off at 2:43. Twickenham, 3 place,
3-2 show; D'.icaster. 9-20 place, 2-9 show; Abe, 8-5 show.. Winner br. g. by Kingston-Geisha'
Trained by B. S. Michell. Scratched—7986 St. Heller. Start fair. Won driving . Second
cleverly. . Third driving. High price—Eddie Mott 10. Winner entered for $500:: no bid
Twickenham took ■ the lead after passing the half and Just; lasted.-Archibald made a late
move with Doncaster. * The horse closed very strong. Abe Slupsker ran his race and had
no excuses. Red Klaw hung badly.final furlong. - Eddie Mott made a poor showing. Rlnda
broke very slowly and never Improved position. * - •
<; 3 . year
.;
to first
ti.;
r.
8139 [Likely UieudooiM. 5 (Raisin)..1113
8186 Roy Junior,' 5 (Jones & Co.):. 10.
8189 Phil Mohr. 4 (J. L. Ross).... 102
8122 (DPA.T STTREAK, 3 ifhanticD 104
8121 3 DADDY OIP, 4 (Freitasl.. 106
8121 (Thistle Belle, 5 (Lamar)....:. 105
8121 (2) RALEIGH P D, « (Johnsn) 113!
6520 |Marae Abe.-5 (Sacramento V.) 101
1- ... 1 241 4 1 4 1 (Archibald ...
j 2 ... 4 1 4 244 242 4 D. McCarthy. I
3 ... 3 4 2 142 1 3 n ICaJlahan ..*.
8 ... 8 5 15 1.4 I'ilGlass .......
6. ... 7 4 7„ 7 5 h IRiddle .....;
5 ... 2h 8 n 3 n 6 24|Kederls .....
4 ... I 6 4 «246 1 .7 ., E. ; Martin...!
17 -... 61 Broke down * .*.■■. IJ. Mclntyre..;
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Lime— :__. : 49 3-5. 1:17 3-5. At post 1 minute. Off at 3:05. Dlendoune. 8-5 place, 4-5 show:
Roy. 3 place, '5 "how. Mohr. 6-5 show. Winner ch. g. by Dietidonne-Superflne. Trained by
. H. T. Owen. Scratched—8189 Pluvious. 8109 Sea Cliff. 8022 Rockv O'Brien 8189 March.
E 110!}^!- ,iSt „-1' _ .'°. driving. 87:i.1 easily. Third driving. High price— Gin
8 ..Thistle Belle 8, Raleigh P D 4. Likely Dleudonne ■ ran , an ■* entirely , different race In
sharp contrast to last-out.:' He' had < all his speed and, leading all the way stood a drive
lasting It out gamely. Roy Junior closed very - strong. Phil Mohr looked 'dangerous last
turn, but stopped badly. Pay Streak-broke badly, but made tip considerable ground Track
against Daddy Glp and Thistle Belle. Raleigh P D in poor shape, r ■. ,^
3194 FIFTH; RACE— mile; felling; 3 year olds and upward"; value to flrst $200. .-■.."'"
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816. Sir John. 6 (Northwest stable) 111: 7 » 8 n 3 n 2 4 1 «iArchibald I .
(8160) (1)V. STROME, 5 (Mackenzie) 104! 6 8"% 2 n 4 h 3 142 2% Ola _ .'" 8-5
8159 Busy Man. 5 (If. Dixon)...... 1081 5 1 141 11.1 Mln .1 10 Pickens....' ; so
8170 (S)___0IE GH___5Y, 4 (Rnch* 101 '-" 8 247 1.5 2 4 4 ,4*_. J Mc In tyre" .
8184 Creel, a (E. 0. Stone)." 1031 2 2 h 8h 2 »' 5 3 '514 E.** Martin ! v _
8171 (2)M. -T-SORAVE, 5 (Cmen) 107 4 6 h-4 4 6 4 6 4 8 8 W Gargan ' 1 n'7
8182 Mechant. a (Little tP.)..;.. 106 3.7 249 - 75 7 10 7,10 Cavanaugh i*" Vl5
8030 Wlneberry, 5 (M. Foster).;... 108 . 15 4 ,6 249 .8 10 8 10 Selden 1 "** ' _.
8099 June W. 5 (T.TI.Rytn)..... 1021 8 4 % 5 n . 8 4 8 0 "iBu-t-n " • ino
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it— :2o2-5. _____ 1:17 2-5, . 1:48 1-5. r At post % minute. Off at 3:26. , John 710 nlaee >_ ".
show; Btrome.. 6-5 place, 1-2 1 show; Man, 6 show. . Winner ch.* h. bv Sir iii .nn-0_we_.«la
Trained bv W. Hawke. Scratched— Meltondale. Start' good. Won - cleverly - .^__
easily.-, Third driving. * Winner entered for 8600: ; no .bid. : Sir John came from' far hack
with a rush and got up In handy fashion.*_ Glass waited entirely too ; long -V; with Ven*i_
Strome. She should - have won. ' Busy Man . ran ; right to his best form ' Eddie Gran. .
matte a poor showing. ■ ■-.-:■ '.,.-... .. . • ,. *MV. 1'. vraaej
1-
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fur)
year
to (
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ner. -
8186 ! No Quarter, fa-(0. Bassett)... 1
S141 (2)INC1_____T,* 5 I'O'Leary 111
8121 3AN0RELLA, 4 (Strata).. *
8186 Novgorod. 5 (C. Bogan)...... 1<
7054 l--iL-c.it. .-, (P. D. - Howardl. 1<
(8180) (8)J.. HENDERSON, 4 (Sehrb) 1
(8159)'Jet-sup Bum, 5 (Keeni .-.*;..... It
8171 | J., H. . Barr,. 4 ** (Johnson);...".. V
78*9 lLord of Forest, a (Jones).;:. 1
_l 1
fll
111
il '•• i . H: FT**] IH Fischer .Y. |
I ... 4 _ 5 l«-5**-*2 2 Riddle .....
8 ... 7 4 4 h S n -,_ 3, Glass.;......
_...;•• 81 .2 .4.-.. 4 n* Seldea ...'.'.'.\
I ... 5 1 3 1 t US '■. Cavanaugh ;\
. -• ' „-It"5 _-* S . *'* Archibald i
_ ' * * ' _ : ** _ i.-. 7 4 \ 7 3 > Pickens .. .. 1
8 ... _,_l_ 248 4 " 85 E- Martin
I 6 - ■■■ 8 149- 9 t> llV McCarthy.
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15
rime—:26.:503-5, 1:18. At post,2 minutes. Off at 3:57. Quarter. 5-2 place 6-5 show- tn
-,'-■ element. 8-5 place, 4-5 show;;Banorella. 3-5 show. Winner b. a. b? Vi-ln'_-Sw«.t .?"
j Trained by G. Bassett. ;Scratched—. Home"Bun.. 8120 Pickaninny 81-0 0__ll_r <?»«.»*-
Start good. Won easily, v Next two same.". HI*. priee^-lnclement 6. ' B*-orelf, 13-5 >?.._.
Burn ■■?.. lord of the Forest 25. Winner entered for $800; no bid.? No Quarter ■ had' _ track
.to order, for him and Fischer; picked out; stood goto- ail the way. ;i Inclement; ran ____
race. ; He broke ; slowly. . Banorella. swerved: a , bit . in : flnal sixteenth \o._o_ll * o_u
.-. Fluent , showed some speed , Judge t Henderson I got into bad going near thre_^fur__._ ___.
ami was completely bogfed. ■; losing all chance. • '■ .. ., c. r ; tDree :furl0DS ***'*
FOOTBALL MEN ON ■ DIAMOND
VALLEJO,' Feb. 6.Brad Perry and
Tony ;. Blanco,, two | prominent f members
of j the Winged V's J football squad, have
arranged ' for a baseballs game between
two picked -nines j from the club to* be
played here next. Sunday afternoon.
Charles Goshen, the : popular \ coach,
will umpire.
TREAT } FOR ANGLERS
' VALLEJO, : Feb. With a' three
year old stock of trout that has not
been tapped, the city's lakes will be
thrown open 'to . the anglers of ":• Vallejo
this w season. The lakes, I which are lo
cated about 20 miles north'of this city
are of easy access.
Goldberg
CHAMPIONS MEET
“POLY” TONIGHT
Hard Fought Basket Ball Game
Looked For in High School
Tournament
BASKET BALL STANDING
-School— on Lost Pet
Cogswell... . 5 0 1000
St. Ignatius.. 4 1 m
Wlltnerdin* ........... .4 . . , 800 i
Polytechnic ."." ..;. 4 * ' 2 • ' 666 !
Sacred Heart ...........2 .*{ 400 !
Mission ..:.... 2 4 333 1
Lowell ••-,- I 3 250!
Commercial ........, 1 4 200'
Llc* 0" 5 060
Y The showing made by the Polytechnic j
ask? ball team *in the last three
games has sent the team into fourth.
place and in "the game with Cogswell
tonight the First avenue team is looked
upon to give the champions a hard
game. The teams will line' up as fol
lows: ' ','■* :
. Cogswell. Position. Polytechnic.
Schloh .Forward Watnobe
Andrews F0rward............ Sprajcue
Barnes, (captain).;**.: Center.'; Gilbert (captain)
Merianl Guard Cox
Hellinga ..Guard....... Hamilton
1 Cogswell's cross country runners will
hold the tryout for the team next Sat
urday - morning through Golden Gate
park. . ■
The San Rafael and Cogswell,high
baseball teams'.' will meet at San Ra
fael next Saturday afternoon.
Manager Beck of the Cogswell swim
ming team yesterday announced that
the Interclass champions. would be held
at the Lurllne baths February 24.
','."•-■ '*■*■•
Captain , Andrews of ; the Cogswell
swimming team made a call for players
on j the| water | polo; team and "11 signed
yesterday.;: The first practice jis to be
held ,'■' this' week ;at the ; Lurllne baths.
The following .'signed:.. Captain An
drews, Gilbert, Hellings, Salfield, Beck.
Bolander, Boley, Rayburn, Morgan,
Deutch, Johnson.
Wayne Farrar, one of -they best all
around athletes at Mission high' school,
was : severely hurt Friday i night i when
he slipped and : fell "in the high school's
relay, race at the indoor meet conducted
by the Olympic club.
Mission: high basket ball team will
play the Hitchcock military academy at
San Rafael Saturday night.
With a view to properly ; preparing
the athletes for. the coming novice meet
Washington's birthday Principal' Lyser
of Roosevelt -school will start *- Inter
class and field events Thursday and
Friday. *
-'■'a,'"' '-■" *■' "■* .•".',■'*.'"
• Field %>all will be started by the
Roosevelt * players "Wednesday.
."-; Mount! Tamalpais military academy
basket- ball five went down to.defeat
yesterday before the Oakland cadets,
35 to 29.
* „..-" * *' . „ -
The' San Leandro athletic club de
feated the Hayward high school Sat
urday. 22 to 17.
:. Hayward high school will play the
Tamalpais ; Imps tonight at Hayward,
and 1 the • St.'- Ignatius 120 - pound team
Wednesday night. ,
• • •
The games of the Pacific athletic as
sociation :. basket ball " tourfiament : . in
Oakland will =be played ■ at the "* Cadet
armory at Twelfth and Market streets
and ; the' St. Mary's college . gymnasium.
The schedule is as follows:
■" Wednesday, February S. on armory court—llo
pound class— Oakland high school | vs. | San | Lean
drn athletic club; St. Mary's college vs.* Oakland
polytechnic high. ,:: 120 pound , class—St. Mary'a
college vs. Berkeley Young Men's Christian asso
ciation. k .;..., .-'...,'-*, '...-■■
• Friday night; February 10, on armory court—
110 pound —Winners of two 110 pound games
on February 8 play off for semifinal. .: ,-;■ >
Up Monday night, February 18, at St." Mary's col
lege—l4s: pound class—Oakland polytechnic high
vs. San Leandro athletic club; University of Cal
ifornia vs. Berkeley,; Young Men's Christian asso
elation.*'- Unlimited class—University iof ; Califor
nia vs. Berkeley Young Men's Christian associa
tion..* 1:' •■-' -- ■ ■>-.'.■ .•: ■ "v,' '.- ■'.■... :
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PLENTY OF ROOM
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Old and New Training Houses
Are Now} Ready at
Stanford
■STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Feb. «
Trackmen of Stanford from now on
will have ample accommodations with
regard to training houses. Besides the
new house recently built and equipped
at large expense, the capacious old
structure has just, been opened after, a
thorough overhauling. A considerable
amount of ; money has been spent upon
this, and the old house is now the equal
of : the new one in its capacity and
facilities.
The Interior of the building has been
made into two large rooms, instead of
five smaller ones, ■by the, removal of
the partitions, : The V showers, which
were scattered before, have been < put
In one ; place along the walls of .the
new rooms. Benches have been In
stalled . and ; the ■ accommodations for
the rubbers improved. jrSBJSSP
; The new house will be the head
quarters of the baseball men for the
rest of the season: on account of J Its
nearness to : the ; turf diamond. It will
also be ; possible \to give visiting teams
the. use of an entire house now that
there are two in good condition near,
the oval.
When-the plan for 'the beautlflcatlon
of the oval by means of shrubbery and
flowers is put into; effect ' and the new
training . house for the football men is
erected ■ the athletic center near the
football*.field' will be as attractive and
adequate ■as Stanford athletic enthusi
asts'are-wishing.'.
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