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THE CALL'S PAGE OF SPORTS
HUGE ENTRY LIST
TOPS ALL RECORDS
More Than 700 Boy Athletes
From 21 City Schools Will
Strive Next Saturday
Twenty-seven grammar schools of
the city of San Francisco will be repre-
sented in the annual outdoor field day
of the Public Schools Athletic league
to be held at the Side play- j
grounds next Saturday afternoon, j
These twenty-seven schools have en
tered 713 boy athletes.
The abbreviations used for schools
competing, in the following entry list.
are:
Fair.. Fairmount: S. V.. Spring Valley: B. V.
Bay View; Ham. Hamilton: Mad.. Madison:
Mon.. Monroe: Fre.. Fremont; Cr.. Crocker; .?. S..
John Swett; Co., Columbia; L. IF. Laguna Honda;
I. M. S.. Irving M. Scott; A.. Adams; W., Waah
ington: H M.. Horace Mann: G. P.. (Men Park;
ridan; Red.. Redding: Ht.. Hearst: E.,
Everett: 1,.. Lim-oln; J. 1... James Fick: P. H.,
Pacific Heights: Sut.. Sntro; JJis . Mission.
The complete entry list is as fol- j
lows:
STANDING HIGH JFMP. 80 POCNDS
.1. Terrlter. Fair.; 11 yon Arx. Fair.: C. CoWta !
8. V: P. Holland. B. V.: G. Dalv B. V.: XV. 1
Hareslav. G. P.; L. Niesieh. (;. i*.; R. Cross, j
. III.; W. Grier. Mad.; M. j
Capnta Slon.: 3. Murrey, Mon.; .1. Kahn, Pre.; !
rmio. Cr.: E. I>ewis, Cr.: S. Hollis. J. S.; i
3. Bowman 3. S.: R. Vanasek, J. S.; H. Qod
frey. Co.; [~ Dei} e w, Co.; K. Warrack. L. IF; 1
XV. Little, i. h. : jj. Doraenicani. XV. ; K. Trow- |
bridge, a.: m Keefe, I. M. S.; E. Rippe I. M.
S.; J. McCarthy, I M. S.
RUNNING HIGH JUMP, !C POFNDS
D. Brighl Fair.: XV. Murphy. Fair.; XV. Don- I
aid. F.; E. Sclioeiifeld. Ham.; H. Alter. Red.; H.
Jenkins. Ht.; L Healy, Ht.; 0. Muggie. IF M.:
C. Moore IF M.: Ej Jarbaram. IF M.: G. Handt
man. F.: A. Cordes. S.. F. Fillia. J. L.; E. Lar
: L. I onlyce. Co.; F Williams. L. IF;
P. II : B. Brooks. A.: E. McKenna. I.
M S.: D. Kane. I. M. S : F. Ott. I. M. S
SUNNING HIGH .11 MP, US POFNDS
.1. Hackendom s.: .1. de (idler. Fair.; w.
Voge]. <;. I>.; R. Allan, Sut.; B Guisti, Mon.: V.
Martinez. H. M.; 11, Fudwig. IF M.; N. Bou
binls. 1..: (. Hemenway Co.; R. Clark. L. IF;
0. Bayliss. A.: M. Meßae. A.
RUNNING HIGH JFMP. 1 'NUMITKD
C. Fay. C. P.: IF G Celley P. :G. BriUgeman.
F : W. Sect.a. Ham.: W. Boss. Ham.: R. Batner,
Ham.; A Barrett Sut.: N Irf»vy. Ht.: R. Mc
Williams P. IF: IF Thieltnever. f. M. S.
RUNNING BROAD JFMP. SO POUNDS
IF Peters. S.: E. McKean, S.: S. Amsler. S.;
F. Foftis Fair.; F. Rosenberg. S V.; C Clatk.
S. V.; F. Folsom. S. V.; H. Reagan. *B. V ; XV.
Carey. G. P : V\ . McLaughlin, <;. P.: F. Smith. ';.
P.; A. Smith E.: W. Morrison, E.: A. Re—. X.:
R. Cro.s. Ham.: J. Smith. Ham.: A. Marritt.
Ham.: D. Hewitt. Red.: J. Rutely Red.; D.
Julien. Red.: <;. Crowley. Sut.; A. Janowitz. Ht.;
V. Bernstein Mad.: S. AMs.huler. Mad.: J. Dun
ning. I. M. S.: B. Ceeeiii. _ m. s.: R. Thiel
meyer. I M. S.; 3. M<-Hugh, Ham.: I'arintino.
Ham.; IF Kirshner. Fre.; S. Nathan Fre.; S.
Fadar. Fre.: P I.evln. C.: B. Sehloekor, C. ;I.
Manhotr. C: A. Davidson. IF M.: F. Keilev H.
M.: M. Lerer, H. M : W. Thornhil!. J. 8.; C.
Moore, J. S.: P. Saisl, J S.; R. Oligue J. F.:
W. Becker J. L.: J. Mullen. 3. L.: C. McCiure
Co.: I" I'ordyre. Co.: J Pryal. Co.: G. Hibbett.
T.. IL: M Conklin. L. IL; W. Murray. F. H :
XV. S-hlictman. Mia.; G. (Jallagber. Mis.; H.
Moore Ml*.; Schalk. P. H.: Mtilgardt. P. H ;
P EL; F. Mahoney. W.; H. Wilson \V.:
H. Picnrd. XV.: H. H.irr-. \
THREE STANDING BROAD JUMPS. S3 POUNDS
If. Henry, Fair.: F. Kaufman, Fair.; F. Flp
pert. Fair : C. Newell. K. V.: G. Scliulz. G. P.;
F. O'Leary <; P.; H. Halvoraea, «;. p.; w.
Ryan. Fr. ; C. Ribin, Ham.; H. Jurgens, Haiu.;
I, Ham.: S. Fisher Mad.: A. Fambrlni.
Mon :T. McCann, I„: D. Durr. L.: F. Fonseca.
J S. :I. Fillia. J L.: Schroff. Col.; R. Rvan.
Col.: Mi Cure CoL; I- IFbtiett. L. H.: P. Dodge.
W.; H. ChrUteneoa, I. M. S.; A. Thoma.-. 1. M.
8,. B*> moor. I M. S.
RUNNING BROAD .II MP. 115 POUNDS
E Keisslbig, S.: C. Geliert. Fair.; P. C\\\h<; H.
V: F Barrett, G. P.: A. Potter. G. P.; F.
IHi ks G. P.: D. Nennian. Fr.: C. Mollor E.; F
VoHers E; IF Mizis. Ht.; J Abrams Pre ; D
'.: IF Offenbach. C; M. (Moss. C; S.
H. M.: G. Beeves. H M.: C. Walk, J.
S. : XV. Frumi. J S.: B. Brachman J. S.; H
■■.- IF: (J. WiW_TO« Mis.; J. Hanavan,
Mh_: Norria, P. IF: Badorich. P. IF
STANDING HOP. STFP AND JFMP. SO POUNDS
C. Fieii. S.: F. Gcllert. Fair.;
! Kuerze. Fair.: E. Runge. Fair.; T. Mass S
\ A. Harm , s V. D. Sibert. S. V.; H.
I'ocE-heriy. Ham.. A. Desmond Sut.: A. Bourni
guere. S:i : H. Johnson. Ht. : N. Wolfe. Mad.; F.
Mo;.: C. Fletcher. Mad.; T. Stelnhart,
I!. Kali::. Fre: N. Stelnhart. C.: S. Gross
C; B. HuTtugton, C; H. Alpera, IF M.: m!
.! S. :F. Cobnrn. J. S.; R. Klmih'-rg J
XV. Fnvits. J. 1..; F. SbeMe. J. L.: IF iiriffln,
J. 1..: N. Hopi>B. Co.; F. Reynolds. Co.; ..\. Foge'
' o L. McCratli. L. IF : J.Kelly, L. II . I
L. IF: Roihi-liiid, P. H.; F. Carlomagno, \V. : It.'
•■. \\ .: F. Nunsiatl. W.;.F Bird Adama;
C Harder. F. :A. Priest. I. M..5.; 3. Martucci
; . VI. S.: E. Gal-la, I. M. 8.
UFNNING HOP. STFP AND JFMP. 91 POINDS
G Smith Han.: C. Boch. Ht.: H Stelnhart.
■ . .1. Cor,,son. H. M.: I. Fowling J. s D
The bus, .1 S.: ( . Bennlnger. J. S.: J. Newhrri,
.1 L.: B. Alvarado. J. L.: XV. Diedrickson. Co.;
A. Burton. L. IF: F. Seville. L. IF; S. McGrath,
1. IF: Kahn P. IF: J. Shroyer, W.; L. Hall I
M. S.: XV Nn.!.- I. M. S.: G. Meeson. I. M. S.
BASKET BALL THROW. SO POUNDS
A. Ftoipm, Fair.: A. Hessiou. Fair.: E.fMet'.er.
S. V.: C. Rosenberg, S. V".: P. Marino. S. V.; L.
Ryan, B. V.: I". Messina, B. V.; A. Duoouino B.
V. ; J Sebwarrz. Fr.: B. Guthertz. Fr.; If. Gcld
•tone. MaiF: IF Burmelster Fro.; M. Rowanskv,
C.: S. Kornfleld, C; IF Ankle, C.; L. I-evy. H.
_F: J. Burke. IF M.; M. Berm. H. M.; 8,
Bleailun L.: IF At water. 1..: C. Kennedy. I„; C.
Basoaky J. S: S. Potas, J. S.; J. Cantb-r. J L.;
R Rubicon J F.: F. Kenny. J. L.: Z. Corbin.
Col.: L. Hannan. Col.: C. O'Brien, L. IF: H.
c.hen. L. IL: E. Galoford. L. H.; XV. Schlict
man. Mis.. G Gallagher. Mis.: H. Moore Mis.;
Looter. P. IF: G. Badarraco, XV.: J. Callero. w.:
Lombanli. W.. L. Patek, A.: XV. Face, A.; Torre,
Ham.: Trueco. Ham.; M. Cannon, I. M. S.; V.
O'Donnell. i m. S.: K. Thomas, I. M. S.; C.
Argusa. Ham.
EIGHT POUND SIIOTPFT, 05 POUNDS
M Coghlin Fair,; C. Hewesworth. Talr.: F.
fornero. S. V.; S. Hinricks. G. P.; N Goldman
ir.i C. CflT-l, Fr.; M. MitUeman, Fr.; B. De
\
SUCH IS FAME IN
BASEBALL FANDOM
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 Hugh
Hcflleni. the youthful hero of the
world"* championship canio,
lives In Falconer, a suburb of
Jamestown, in Chntnunun coun
ty, Ifcw York. When the bull
mooste special pulled into Fal
coner, the manager of Oscar S.
Straus' trip asked: ""Who's mak
ing the best showing in this
county?" Immediately there
came a chorus of voices—"Hugh
Bedientl"
: war. F.: K. Etogan. Sut.: F. Sehlenbaum. Ht.; F.
I Bellumini. lit.: F Cordes. Mon.; C. Parker,
Mon.; B. Hart. .1. S.: F. Brunner. .T. S.; 11. Rein
ibardt J U; M. Hlrsch. J. 1..; O'Urlen. Col.; O.
(Doane. !„ IF: <; Douglass. I, II.: A. Thatcher,
il.. H.: Jf. Jacketta. W.; J. Silrestri. W.: F. Cor
j belli. XV.: B. Devlin, I. M. S.; W. Friecero, I. M.
S.; A Calaggia I. M. S.
BIGHT FOl ND SHOTPUT. 113 POFNDS
P. Cl).;i. s. V.: G. Pence. Fr.: C. Walbridge
Jr.: W. Bauman Fr.: D. Simon. Sut.: A. Gras
jwird. Mon ;P. Qosa, C: L. Wilson. C; O Beck
er. 7. s. : E. Bmta. .T. s.: E. Nell, I. L.: A. ■
[McGaire CoL; 3. Spillman. L. II.; R Hammond !
|F. U.: F. Oroot, F. H.: Hahn. P. IF: Young, P. I
H.; Allissandre. XV.: A. Modeste. W.j XV. Rahmer,
11. If. S.; 3. Olsen. I. M. S.: R. Hlldehrand. Ham. ]
TWELVE POIND SHOTPUT. UNLIMITED j
B. Ortega. S. V.; T. Cabrera S. V.: W. Crabb. j
S. V.; B. Hunter. E.: XV. Hanz. EL; H. Tonges. ]
[Rasa.; F. Ratner, Ham.; () Lor-en. Sut.: R. !
: Merrill. H.M.: J. Llchtensteln. 11. M.; R. O'Neil, I
! IF- If.; F. Warren. J. 1..; G. Turner. J. L.: N. i
JDMric-son. Col.; A. Buck Col.: C. Reid, Col.; F.
Drenslcke F. IF: P. Ritter, L. IF: J. Holt. L. |
ill.: S. Weil. Mis.: Buckley. P. H.; Habberlj. I
l\V.: C. Mannelli W.: J. Tait. XV. : A. Gail. A.; |
B. Boater, I. M S.; MeCrea. I. M. 8.; P. NelscA .
L M. S.
ROPB CLIMB. 115 POUNDS
j C. Oelbert Fair.; G. Marking, G. P.: W. Fas
sob. O. P.: B. Gree». a. P.: A. Costello. Fr : W !
1 Costello. Fr.: R. Hftgan. Sut.: F. Leebodj, Mon., i
M. HytOKon C: C. Lery C.: L Becker. 3. S.;i
|M. Douglass. L. IF; L. Fronk, A.; E. Cole, I.]
I M. S.
ROPB CI.IMB. FNI.IMITFD
A BJnlpper. S. V.: Woodroff. Ham.: S. Sawyer, j
.1 1..: Lemoine. 3. L.: S. Patrick, A.: A. After
|gut. A.: M. Spotz. A.: M. Rice. I. If. S.; Schultz, \
■1. M S.; A. Nopsni. Ham.: B. Oaffney, Ilaui.
TOG OT WAR. HO POT NFS
Fairmount--J. R. Hector. 3. O'Dnnnell.
IW. Joi-den. 0 Solyin. D. Nerio. A. Seannell, W.
| Carter A. O'Brien. C. Aragni.
I Spring Vallev ■—.1. Maney. W. Key.*. W. Rime.
i W Harrett W. Cornell. T. Wendt. E Deering,
!K. Lnbelskl W. Howard. R. Van Horn.
Hamilton—S. Lowenthal. 3. Healy, (J. Sinnott.
IT. de Mattel, A. Moss, C. Hillcourf.
i Burro- D. Swift. F. Kalif. G. Cruise. Gerald
fCrnlae. A. Fowler. P. Keongh.
Hearst—H. Schmidt. W. Style, D. Sharp. C.
I Marshall. 3. McDonald, F. Shafer, A. Codwell. E.
j Friedman 'I. Banks.
Fremont I. Adams .T. Friedman. W Kuhl
' l.ipyir. F. Tapp. I. Silverman, C. Schnuder. N. i
jSetl. F. Few. A. Price.
[ Crocker- B Bowler, R. Fautz, S. Marks. P.
Cohen. F. Vercher A. Scheffsky. I. Carney. B.
j Be*sJ*>rg B. Armstrong. If. Siel.
I John Swett J. IFrndoM. M. Greenberg. 1..
> Hughes, C. Kurtzmann. H. Wing. F. Oxendine. S.
! King. 8 Caffrey A. Courtney.
1 .Tames Lick ■!.. Scanlon. J. Bernadelli C. Dix-
I on. W. Mullen. V. Cooney A. Atkinson. I. Olsen,
|C Godsil. T. Curram H- Burto'i.
i Columbia— XV. Slattery. L. Collins. G. Cronln.
IR. Jervis. A. Sehnipoer H. Hemenway, Q. Me
| Donald. F. Godfrey. F Flynn. Olsen.
Washington—A. Giorgi, A. Devlncenzi, A.
! Black. J. Aloise. S. Vitale. N. Bighettl, J. Locla,
!L. Valaale, M. Napoletano. J. Odoni.
' Adams—C. Sparks. A. Tidswoll. A. Friedman.
M. Stein. .1. Meyer*, W. Marhofer. P. Balda, N.
Fronk. R. Morse.
Irving M. Scott—Klllen. Maasero. R. Cooppr. T.
Adams. McCarthy. Sabbo. S. Greenlaw. A. Ber
wick, A. Mikkeslen. J. Dundon.
TFO OF WAR. !).-> POCNDS
Fairmount—J. Collins. F. R.»ss. C. Cain. E.
Sparks. E. Solvln, A. Magnire 11. Lot*. C. Isnard.
Spring Valley—D. Oster. J. Folsom. G. Vacli-
Ottl D. Scribner. L. Genant. A. Howard. V yon
Frank. C. Jensen. J. Holzworth. T. Batchelder.
HamQtan T. Ward H. Kltld L. Rose J 0o».
| ner 3 Ttrlggs. W. Slater S. IMpnc, T. Jones,
! R. Tlttel.
Redding -C Hewitt. C. MeCollum S. Vuco
: savlleyfi-li. P. Krnger. R. Nicholas. F. Zuest, E.
ißarnett 11. Osl.oiirne. S. Wnlt..n.
i Crocker— M. Hamler. IF Nelson. C. Fnger. R.
1 Seagrare. A. Frank. J. Kelly R. Sweeny, 11.
Stoltz. 1.. Konitsberg.
Horace Mann II (Mil. F. Lnng. J. Wheeler. J.
O'Connor IF McQuaidc W. Jansen. G. Lauter
waaaer. XV. Locke, R. (Masson.
James Fick S. Seluvider. C. Johnson D. Mur
ohr. D. Lyons. A. Watson. O. Klitgaard. 11.
I evlfen. V. Peterson. W. Goldflnder. J. Mahoney.
Columbia- Fiehtenstein. J Russel N. Saadall,
Mac-ire. littler. F. Lewis. A. Hartwell, N. Hava
na utrh Macat>e
PHeiflo IP-|ght«—Mnlryan. Riddle. Raphael,
Lerhherger. Hoppe. Delaney, Nicole. Simpson.
Washington —J. Cadematorl C. Rlghettl. M.
Ferrett. R. La Pirre A. (Jarlbaldi, M. Himmel
ifur'i. B, Lavorre, F. Jacketta. M. Barsotti. 3.
Dernezo.
Irving ML Scott -McCarthy. Ritchie, Doherty,
j Mason. Tienken. Schultz. Slieron, Mannel John
i st"n. Benny
Hancock—Ritchie. Bnllstreri. Nleollni. Glola.
11. Palminl. Dyrrazla. Llpl Lucido, Lago
] marsino.
TFO OF WAR. I I."> POUNDS
Fairmount—o. Fritzschen. F. Flohr. L. Gray.
C Binning. L. Klahn, I. Bowser. W. Sullivan, G.
Dalev
Sorlne Valley—D. Cohen. L. B«>ck R. RulllTan.
H. I.ouKtaunnti. F. Edhacher. L. Boivln. L.
J MrCartv, R. SummervllTe.
Redding—H. Ketaon, H. Ohlsson. 0. Mltani, R.
ktaedoeald, 11. Gamble, S. Ishil. J. House XV.
Brarrsfr,r<l.
James Lick—A. BWMI, IF Anderson. C. Wall
B. Towle. F. Atkinson. F. Dohring R. Helgesson
A. Si ike. 11. Grimwood. J. S:'nd.
Columbia --XV. Brehm IF Llp«. L. Mnilln. Pep
per. A. Fabris. H. Marshall, C. Blake. Kennedy.
Pacific Heights -Martin Blum. Scott. Nlco-
I lesen. Giaser. Rossi. Btanyan. Miller. RansohofT.
Washington—A. de Martin!. J. Tanzlllo. J.
Moaehlnl. C. Taylor. B. PlerncclsL V. Razzano,
V. Traverse J. Jacketta. I. Friachboy, a. Ri- a
docchl.
Adams —R. Hinton. W. Cramer. F. Ferber. T.
Alzate. R. Lineer. J. Bant. V. Chessman, J. Talt.
P .Vldecoq.
Irving M. Scott —II Kenny. B. Cuevas. Adams
McKav Corridon. J. Conaty, &. Allen, Collin__y'
M. Rl-er-
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1912.
WHY THEY THROW BOMBS.
SANTA ROSA DOG
SHOW HAD CLASS
Eastern Judge Praises Collection
of Bowwows as Equal to
Any in Country
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SA*NTA ROSA, Oct. 21.—1t was 11
o'clock Saturday night before the final
awards were announced at the bench
show given by the Sonoma County Ken
nel club and special awards made.
Judge James Watson of New York,
who acted as judge for all classes ex
cept collies, said it was as fine a col
lection of dogs as would be found any
where In the country, and that while
the quantity was not equal to some
shows, the quality was "Al." James
A. Lawrence of San Mateo Judged the
collies.
The following awards were made In
addition to those announced earlier in
the day:
BULIJDOGS
Novice, dogs—B. S. Bryant's Battler, first.
American bred, dogs—Mrs. Guldo E. Caglieri's
Most.n BUI 11. first; B. S. Bryant's Battler,
! Sfcond.
Limit, dogs, under 45 pounds—Mrs. Guido E.
Caglieri's Moston Bill 11. first; B. S. Bryants
1 Battler, second.
Opeu. dog*, under 45 pounds—Mrs. Guido E.
I Cagiieris Mostou Bill 11. first; B. S. Bryant's
1 Battler, second.
Americas bred dogs. 45 pounds and over—Mrs.
F. N. Fenwlek's' Tavern, first; Mrs. F. N. Fen
wick's Ivan the Terrible 11, second.
Limit, dogs, 45 pounds and over—Mrs. F. N.
5 Fenwick's Tavern first: Mrs. F. N. Fenwick's
i Ivan the Terrible 11. second.
Winners. dogs—Mrs. Guido E. Caglieri's
j Moston Bill 11. first; Mrs. F. N. Fenwick's
j Tavern, second.
Pacific coast bred, dogs -Mrs. F. N. Fenwick's
j Tavern, first: B. S. Bryant's Battler, second;
i Mrs. F. N. Fenwick's Ivan the Terrible 11, third.
Veteran, dogs—P. R. Trembley's Monte, first.
American bred, bitches, under 40 pounds—C.
IW. Schafer's Lady Dorothy, first.
Limit hitches,'under 40 pounds—Ted Kiel
; hofi r s Gotham Gaiety Girt, first.
Limit, hitch**, 40 pounds and over—B. J.
Slyter's Mollie Matches, first.
Best bulldog—Spraguelow Kennel's Champion
Khartoum.
Best of opposite sex—C. XV. Schafer's Lady
Dorothy, first.
Second best dog—Mrs. Guido E. Caglieri's
Moston Bill 11, first.
Second best bitch—Ted Kielhofer's Gotham
Gaiety Girl. >»
AIREDALE TERRIERS
American bred, dogs- El Sur Keiinel's El Sur
Dynamite, first.
Limit, dogs—Xl Sur Kennel's El Sur Dynamite,
first.
Open, dogs—Robfrt Nolan's El Stir Roseben.
first.
Winners, dogs—Rohert Nolan's El Sur Rose
ben, first: Fl Sur Kennel's El Sur Dyuamlte,
second.
Puppies, bitches—C. Dabuey'g Merciless Fussy,
first.
Limit, bitches —W. B. Coutt's Bonnie, first.
Open, bitches —Robert Nolan's Kootenay
Sirocco, first.
Winner*, bitches—-Robert Nolan's Kootenay
Sirocco, first: XV. B. Coutt's Bonnie, second.
Best Airedale —Robert .Nolan's El Sur Roseben,
first.
Beat opposite sex—Robert Nolan's Kootenay
Sirocco, first.
BULL TERRIERS
Novice, dogs- -A. E. Schenberg's Dictagraph C,
first.
Limit, dogs—Mrs. TV. J. CulMgan's Aviator
Wonder, first.
open, dogs—Mrs. TV. J. Culligan's Aviator
Wonder, first.
Winners, dogs—Mrs. XV. J. Cullhzan's Aviator
Wonder, first; A. E. Scbenberg's Dictagraph 0,
second.
Open, bitches -R. H. Farmer's Queen F. first.
Winners, bitches—B. 11. Farmer's Queen F,
first.
Best bull terrier—Mra. XV. J. Culligan's
Aviator Wonder, first.
Best of oppoaite sex—R. H. Farrier's Queen F.
first.
FRENCH BULLDOGS
Open, dogs, 22 pounda aud over—Vendome
Kennel's pol Roger, first.
Winner, dogs—Vendome Kennel's Pol Roger,
finst.
American bred, bitches—Mrs. T. B. Lamoreux's
Normandie Cyrene. first: Mrs. S. A. Jaeger's
High Cliffe Pierrette, second.
Limit, bitches —Mrs. T. B. Lamoreux's Nor
mandie Cyrene. first.
Opefc, bitches, under 22 pounds—Mrs. T. B.
Lamoreux's Normsndir- Cyrene, first.
Open, bitches. 22 (Wind* and over—Vendome
Kennel's Vendome Madeline, first.
Winners, bitches—Vendome Kennel's Vendome
Madeline, first; Mrs. T. B. Lamoreux's Nor
mandie Cyrene. second.
Pacific coast bred, bitches—Mrs. 8. A. Jaeger's
High Cliffe Pierrette, first.
Best French bulldog—Vendome Kennel's Ven
dome Madeline first.
Best of opposite sex —Vendome Kennel's Pol
Roger, first.
POMERANIANS
Limit, dojs—Carro-Beth Kennel's Endcllffe
Lustre, drat.
Winners, dogs—Carro-Beth Kennel's EndeliflV
Lustre, first.
American bred, bitches —Sherwood Hall Ken
nel's Pom Patch rsycho. first.
Open, bitches—.Carro-Beth Kennel's Carro-Beth
Patience, first.
Winners hitches- -Carro-Beth Kennel'a Carro-
Reth Patience, first: Sherwood* Hall Kennel's
Pom Patch Psyche, second.
P.est Pomeranian —Carro-Beth Kennel's Carro-
Beth Patience, first.
Best of opposite sex—Carro-Beth Kennel's End
cllffe Lustre, first,
JAPANESE SPANIELS
Open, dogs—Mrs. E. A. Flower's Tama, first.
Winners, dogs—Mrs. E. A. Flower's Tama.
first.
Best Japanese spaniel—Mrs. E. A. Flower's
Tama, firat.
TOT POODLES
Puppies, dogs—Miss Vera Llndgrea's Monsieur
Babbee, first.
u w ...-uu i»l2. by R- L- Ooldb*r_
LAW'S STERN HAND
HITS LARRY DOYLE
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
XEW YOHK, Oct. 21. —The way
of the trauseressor la hard, even
if he be a member of a champion
ship baseball team. At leant, mo
thinks Captain Larry Doyle of
the Giants. Accompanied by Arlle
Latham, once famous on the dia
mond, and Tode Thompson, crack
catcher of Larry's stars, he ap
peared In the Harlem police
court today and each wan fined
$.*> for participating in a panic
of baseball on Sunday.
I _ __
Winners, dogs Miss, Vera Llndgren's Monsieur
Balilx-e, first. .'«'*./..... r-'-- ■»«,-.. '.■- ■ ."-'■' :
Open," bitchesMiss j; Vera ; Llndgren's : Fluffy
Ruffles III,/ first. •' .**;■ '" W ,I **** .;,
" Winners, bitches—Miss* Vera Llndgren's Fluffy,
Ruffles HI. first. •'.<"*■ .J/j' 4 *i; ■-'-•*** * "'■" ;"' ' / '•■■
;»■': Best/ toy/ poodle— Vera Llndgren's 'Cham
pion " Nicholas Longworth, first. .'- -.-'-'»'*'
Best? of > opposite'-' sex— ••Vera \ Llndgren's
Fluffy Ruffles III,„■first. >\ -'*-. **" ,■■*; r ■,:
',.' Best toy » poodle owned: by member of. P. C.
T. I). A.*—Miss Vera Llndgren's Champion Nich- :
olas ? Longworth. : :-*": • •: ';'*"'= -v'"V
/-Beet ? toy ■ poodle puppy /shown 'In '■ California -
show from August 1012. to August. 1013, Miss
Vera Liudgren'.s Monsieur Babbee, first. . .
BOSTON; TERRIERS "; ,
■ Puppies,^dogs—Miss 9. Cnoplus' !Buster, > first.
Limit,; dogs— Goyen's twaddle Blue, first;
T. Martin Smith's Yankee Doodle Dick. second. . ;
■ Winners, dogs —John*- Goyen's %. Laddie Blue." i
first; T. Martin Smith's .Yankee' Doodle Dick,
second. ".-- ..-?. " ■'.;."—*-- - ~. ; ",-"/'":-/
"Best Boston terrier—Mrs. Q. Adams, Bunnie
Girl,.first.- ; -■.,';-■
."Best of opposite sex—John Goycri's Laddie ;
Blue. • ; .../--': -./ //."./-■/.- .".■ .' /-■.--"/■
. //> FOX TERRIERS
Puppies, dogs—W. \V. Stettheimer's , Tallac
Summit.; first. ./"• -"" '- *.; • ;'"'
; Limit, dogs—Charles Kranse'iC Ben. first. "'.,■
Open, dogs—Ray 'S./'Brown's- Dark Intruder,
first.-:-;,.-/-.',•;./•■;-"";/ / . ". ,.""/'..-/
> i Winners, dogs—Ray: S. : Brown's Dark., Intruder,
first; , W. -,W.*5 Stettheimer's Tallac Summit!
second.•'.:.■• ."s.-.. '•:■ ='■ .*;-." -■"{■*":■ ;":■:. ■:..•"•: / |
.: Limit,' bitches— Krause's Girlie,* first, j
Open, >."-. bitches—W. -"- W. Stettheimer's Tallac j
Hawk,*'.first.": ; . -"'.'•'' : i- *, :."■ ;-,:'-.■ '-/'"• -/"-; !
•'-'■ Winners, bitches W. W. Stetthclmer's Tallac
Hawk"; 1 first;' Charles* Krause's 'Girlie,', second.' -r;
/ Best smooth fox terrier—Ray S. Brown's Dark
Intruder, first.'•*'■'• / •//-"/-/
•/-- Best wireIrving ' C. Ackerman's " Humberston
Knockout, first. ■.--•.:'''.■;:•:/■'. ;< : >j
F«Best'.'■ wire : or ■ smooth—Ray , S. Brown's - Dark
Intruder, first. ; ... ./■•: ".-. / •'
v. Best ."reserve Winner—Ray S. Brown's Frank,
first. . " ■' • > * ' -,'' r r * -••■
* IRISH, TERRIERS
Open,/ "•'■; dogs— Leslie *? Rosenburg's Thorncroft
Craftsman.; first. ,'.'*/.* :;>
/'.Wniners;'- dogs— Leslie Rosenburg's Thorncroft
Craftsman, first./ ;/ .// --//'/ ■'.-'•*'.- * -:
'*■*•• Limit. bitches— Leslie Rosenburg's - Barlae
Nora rl first. J' //.':.-''•:.-'../•..'/: ' ''-: - /:;
Winners, j bitches—Leslie i Rosenburg's 1 Barlae
Nora, first.'■"• -f : ;--/v•',--',-•,."' ". • '■ -/;
.//.PEKINGESE NIELS "
'■>- American - bred,, dogs—Sherwood Hall ; Kennel's
Sherwood 'Wang,*i first. i.'// J ; '"'•* . •' • ' «,;-.>:■:.-■
" -Winners.''dogsSherwood ' Hall : Kennel's Sher
wood" Sui Wang, first.- /<* ■:• • '/.•. -/.:,■*;--,
;-: Limit, j- bitches—Sherwood : Hall Kennel's Sher
wood ,, Maku, ) first. /
:" Winners,*»' Sherwood < Hall • Kennel's
Sherwood Maku,'-, first. • - : i? / : ;- ../, " ://
h- Best Pekingese-Sherwood ' Hall Kennel's Sher
wood :Sui Wang, first. . / :/ /.,' ■i''-**--y
H Best of 'opposite sex—Sherwood Hall Kennel's
Sherwood Maku, first. ; / CVi /"--■
ys-A-i-fr-i, ?-///; TT'GS --;''/ '- V " ■-, i
. Onen.-bitches— Mrs. L.Blake's: Fannie, first, f 1
■ /Winners, bitchesMrs./ L. Blake's Fannie, first. j
i ? r ' ! i : / : V:;- ! '%;'X'/'.* : GRIFFONS J ; :■/:../'::;' ; '-' v; I
Opel, bitches—Sherwood." Hall Kennel's Sher
wood Solute, first. •-/-./„:/-:-■ ; . * 1/
; t Winners,: dogsSherwood ' Hall Kennel's .: Sher- ,
wood Solute; first. •■'•./; ; r./. - • -» : "/—*;/;/; ,
,: Best Griffon -Sherwood Hall Kennel's . Slier-" ;
wood "Solute,-first) • * '■'•- - .:"./:':
•-■•'/'-// ; / chihuahuas;*//</ :/';'/./->/.
"Puppies. . dogs—Mrs.'. -P.'.; G. ' Bnice's Don
Quixote,'"first. ?->"-; z'- '• ''/-' ''■?, */'"/:;-"/''',-"' •'.■: "/ '
-■■Winners, "dogs—Mrs.'"« P. G. Brnce's ..Don !
Quixote, first.' .. - • " * >-;". :; ij » */'. \
/ 'Novice;„ bitches— Mrs;'; Ida Byrne's Fawn;'first.' j
- / Winners, bitches—Mrs. Ida Byrne's Farn, ; first.*,
' Best Cbibuahua—Mrs. Ida Byrne's Fawn, first."
.v ' Best of opposite —Mrs. , I*. * G.;- Brucc's Don
Quixote,/ first. / . > •' *. --:.
";/^''::/-:-/'•■./:■-/;/" COLLIES '-'■'• -'- ■";--::
Winners, bitches —Mrs. K. F. : Brown's Brown
dale,.;. Opal, ,. first: Brae /Brook .' Collie Kennel's
Brae' Brook Betty, second. •/:;//" :/ ; ■■ ' ", ",'*/
J; Pacific coast : bred, 5 'bitches—I/ouIs-Stern's Byde-"
n-Whyle Beauty, first. •• ■
\ Bred I by . exhibitor,' bitches —Brae :* Brook . Collie
Kennel's * Brae' Brook ; Betty."! first. ';
Best : ! collie—-Mrs. E. F.""'Brown's Browndale
Model." first. : - :/'/.;- :':■ -;■•>■' ;=*«;-'.••-.'- -■*. ; .jvj'
Best "i of r opposite .sex—Mrs.; E.\',F..," Brown's
Browndale Opal, first. ?* •,/// / - .-.;•,
•'/jBest bred by.' Brae Brook; Collie Kennels—J.-. W.
Fowler's ? Brae 3 Brook Prince; second best bred, j
Mrs. O. K. Brady's Brae Brook Major. >,' •
/ , Best puppy—Mrs.' L. E. Roof's ' Don Goldfleld.
first. , ,',.,„*.
m Best tricolor—Brae Brook Collie Kennel'* Brae
Brook Betty. ' first.': '■ ; ,*,, ./.*-"";,'-":" ■';■'-<? " ' J '€,i
: v BeKt -"; of - opposite» sex—Louis ., Stern's r Dictator.
Prince,sfirst; ,, ±\ / ■•u/^/./j
/' Best tri-color .'.' puppy— -/J./ II./ Mehrlng's
Scotch/Blue, Bell, first.'/* ,'r :-** *".:;■ ?
-y; Reserve ■ winner, dog—Mrs./ A. Green's Scotch-"*:
man;;'/';;/-.,/: ■.--,-. --.? :> v- ->':,--;- - ; : r-:.;*-'/•/'': i .■--/'■';*'-:
, Reserve winner, J bitch—Brae' Brook Collie ; Ken
nel's Brae Brook Betty. *,'■*. * . "'' - ; •-.
UNCLASSIFIED SPECIALS
Best dog »ln» show —P.av S. -Brown's . smooth
coated - fox terrier' Dark - intruder.'/
:.*'', Second best *i in show —Mrs. W. J. . Cnlligan's
bull ; terrier : Aviator Wonder. '/ ■*> i''-'^, '•"-'•.- v"':• -'>:■ :.€£ \
Best either sex. any breed, bred i and
owned . by member*—Miss i Vera r Llndgren's ' Fluffy,' ;
Ruffles 'HI,. ■■■■" '*-'■'-'",- - :»•"*/."'=-•"• ?> /-t.'te :.*-'■ J'-"
'5"'-Best/; opposite 1: —Sherwood '.Hall'. Kennel's ',
Pekingese spaniel 5 Sherwood'■Maku. :
/ Best puppy, /any breed, either/sex.> bred/and j
owned : by member for 41912—-Miss' Vera Lind
gren*s toy pontile Monsieur Babbee. j
:i'i Best i toy. any breed, either sex. ; to he i won I
three I times I by 1 different * dogs—Carro-Bcth Ken- j
nel*s:Carro-Beth1 Patience. -*-
:*-- Best reservei winner, all 1 classes, ,either;- sex. .
any breed, for • 1812. memberS P. C. T. D. A.-—
Sherwood J Hal! , Kennel's i Pom 5 Patch S Psyche, ft
.'Largest ■ entry * for: one exhibitor —Carroll i Cook. *
Goldberg
LITTLE SCRAPPERS
SIGN FOR A MATCH
Champion Johnny Coulon Will
Box Eddie Morgan, the
English Champ
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NEW YORK, Oct 21.—An Important
match has just been arranged between
little fellows which Is sure to arouse
considerable interest, both in this
country and England.
The lads are Kid Williams, the great
little bantam weight of Baltimore who
recently shaded Johnny Coulon, the
bantam weight champion, in a 10 round
bout at the Garden Athletic club, and
Eddie Morgan, champion of England,
who made good In his first battle in
America by outpointing Frankie Burns
of Jersey City in a bout at Madison
Square garden a few weeks ago.
Billy Gibson has signed up the lads
for a 10 round bout to be fought either
at the Fairmont Athletic club or Madi
son Square garden the early part of
next month.
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K.O. BROWN WILL
SWAT CHIP AGAIN
Figures to Meet Real Timber
if He Clears Up the
Chip Pile
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
CHICAGO, Oct. 21.—George ("Knock-
out") Brown Is to get into action again.
j Nate Lewis, his manager, today signed
j him to go ten rounds with George
i before the Syracuse Athletic club
of Syracuse, N. V., on the night of
■ October 28. The boys will weigh 155
lat 3 o'clock. This will be the second
j meeting <,f the pair, Brown besting
! his opponent in Pittsburg some time
j ago. Brown's aim is another battle
I with Eddie McGoorty, and he believes
I that by eliminating some of the lesser
' lights from the ranks' he can induce
! the Oshkosh lad to give him another
I battle.
THE TRUTH ABOUT 914
JSfe. Salvarsan (606)
j;'!J|*r : J| Expert Speclal
% ''/ tors were and
WJ able and afraid
„ „ ~. ~ „ _ and permanent
M. 8. Chenoweth, M. D. c _ re % r piood
Poison, and the doctors who can
not give lt are in danger of loslne
their practice. First, these men
denounced 606 as a dangerous and
worthless drug, but when case
after case was cured, they ap
pealed to Professor Ehrllch to give
them a preparation that required
no great skill to prepare—a
preparation that any one could
mix. Professor Ebrllch met tb's
appeal by making what the quark
are now advertising as 914. the
right name of which Is Neosalvar
-a'n. This preparation Is made
from Salvarsan (606) by the addi
tion of formaldehvdsulnhoxvlat"
of soda. It requires absolutely no
skill or technique to prepare. Tt I*
dissolved In cold water and Is
ready for use. Any child can mix
It. Tt Is the very thine for the
Inexperienced doctor. The most
fie manufacturer claims for it in
that it is N'_ARLV AS GOOD AS
SALVARSAN (606). Don't be
humbuesred. T warned yon three
years ago nrtd T warn you now
a pain. Tf you have Blood r> o l-on
pet 606 and r-othinsr else. Whether
you pet lt from me or not doe*
not matter. But tret !t. T irlv
more of the«e treatments than all
other specialists put together.
Why take a chance with the less
experienced*
Animal Serum fT.vmoh Corn,
round), containing the Hvlne eellfl
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Californian Finds Big Brook'
lynite Easy Picking, but
Can't Knock Him Out
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.--Sheriff Ha. -
burger stopped the bout between Gun
boat Smith of California and Jim
Stewart of Brooklyn at the end of the
seventh round at Madison Square gar
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§914
Is Here
Three years ago I
DR. MORRILL wag the first to tell
51 Tblrd Street £"" Blbo,u*8 I bo , u * "2L^2_*~*
; _ _ _ , now lam the first to
San Francisco, Cal. ten -„_ a b out 914 be
fore eren moat doctors hare beard of it.
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! you have no reason now. Don't put off un
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the German government laboratory before It
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