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Renowned Athletes Meet Tonight at Auditorium
RECORDS Mm BE
SHATTERED WHEN
CHAMPIONS MIX
Rose, Horine, Pat Donovan
and Other Noted Per
formers Determined
to Get Marks
WILLIAM UNMACK
The stage is set fnr the first indoor
meet of the year to be held at the
Auditorium tonight under the au
spices of the Pastime Athletic club.
Tiie athletes ail state they are in the
best condition and many of them look
for new records in various events. The
fiM race will he started at 7:4F> oVlock.
The T. r . yard local record of eight sec
onds does not look to be i-i danger,
though there is a possibility of the
joint holdeYs. Ervin Best and Bert
equaling their time. Both lads
are members of the University of Santa
Clara team and are said to be in fine
shape. Rogers and Gates, the two Pas
time cracks, are ready for the scun and
• to give all comers a big argu
ment.
John O. Miller's mast record of 1
minute 17 second! look* safe in the son
yard event, though if Hoenisch were
in tiu*T '°ndition it would not have
lipeu *«».»£-insr to see this lad set a
new ...arK. Hoenisch will start tonight,
though up to the present he ha-s not
struck his form. Joy of the Olympic
flub is another competitor in this
event that should be close up at the
finish.
The 3M yards will have to be run off
in heats, three preliminaries having
bet n arranged for the larjit- entry.
Rogers of the Pastimes and Morris of
the Olympics look good in the first
heat. Gates, Hoenisch and Bronson
should show out in the next prelim
inary. The local indoor record for this
distance is held by the former well
known runnor. Andy Glainer. and
might possibly be jolted tonight.
The thonsand yard run will have the
Pacific association champion half niiler.
<". A. Hoenisch. as a starter. On form
the race looks good for the Pastime
crack, but at the present time his con
dition makes the race a sort of gam
ble. Vhight of St. Mary's is entered, but
it is possible that he will reserve his
energies for one of the longer dis
tances.
The 2.0it0 yard affair and the five
mile run both look like, open books.
There are many men like Millard, Lee,
lionovan. Phillipson, (juinn, Vlught and
Day competitors that makes the
rare look as if any of these lads should
romp bonne in first place. In the rive
mile there is a big , chance that Edgar
Stunt's indoor record of 'J9 minutes
4*i 5-6 seconds should fall h\ the way
side. The tim> i« slow and Lee. Millard,
Donovan and Phillipson all have conj
ibly better records than the stand
ing time.
The field events will be among the
most closely followed by the specta-
Thore are no less than three
world*! record holders competing , .
Halph R"?e. the giant shot putter,
whose appearance la always a popular
one, will endeavor to regain hie world's
record in the 24 pound shot put. The
record now stands at 38 feet 10 11-I*s
inches and is held by Pat McDonald of
York. Rose is in hopes of doing
better than ",C* feet with the heavy sAol
and bringing back the record to this
city.
I'at Donovan, the world's record
holder with toe pound weight for
height, is another star of great mag
nitude whose work will be closely fol
lowed. In his favorite event with
th*» big weight he will have Rose, Ma
honey, Kiley and McßSachera as eonH
petttor*. All are experts at the :.S
pouqd iretsbl fur height and, though
Donovan ihould win, it is likely that
he will be closely pressed.
George Horine, the world's record
In the high jump, will be out
in uniform, though not for his favorite
high jump. Horine is an all around
athlete and holds the coast record in
the three standing jumps with 31 f<*et
fi' 4 Inches. Hβ will go after his own
record tonight in the standing jumps,
and, if jumping the same as in prac
tice, he should have little trouble in
making a new coast mark tonight.
President Charlie Minto and Trainer
Charlie Garcia of the Pastime club
have made elaborate arrangements for
the running off of the meet. The
finihhes of all events v.-ill be on the
Page strfpt side of the Auditorium,
which is the reverse to the old method.
On the opposite side of the hall it is
impossible for the spectators to get a
view of the finish of the events, but
t'»e switching around of the line win
Riiord every oik' a good opportunity
vo t<ee the men fighting it out for the
positions in the last 75 yards of every
race.
Tommy Burns Anxious to
Come Back Again
(Sr*fltl Disp»tch to The Cell)
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.—Tommy Burns
writes that he is coming on here "to
defend the heavy weight championship
now that Johnson is out of it."
"No negroes," says Burns. He adds
that he thinks McCarty is not over
anxious to meet him. though no matter
how big: be the guarantee.
"I know all about McCarty." says
Burns. "I gave him a tryout here
about two years ajro. He would look
good aeainst Jim Flynn, who i s com
ing and runningr into the punches all
the time. From what I've heard he is
a Rfod telegraph pole after a few
rcunde. I can beat MeCarty as easily
as 1 hfnt Marvin Hart in Loe Angeles.
If I don't box Wells In Australia 1 may
in I-xmion.
"I am training every day and will
he in j?<™d shape the first time 1 enter
the ring. But no negroes. Some of
the sport writers who roasted me for
m>t giving Johnson a chance roasted
me afterward for giving him a chance.
Next time I'll go on no opinion but my
own. f am "1 and have a number of
pood figrhts left in me yet."
Amateur Laws Trouble
Tennis Powers
NEW YORK. Feb. 33.—Changes in
the rule defining- "amateurs" is the
most important matter to be considered
at the thirty-second annual meeting of
the United States Lawn Tennis associa
tion here tomorrow. Opposition has
developed to some of the proposed
amendments on the ground that they
are too drastic. One of the proposed
rules would bar amateurs from accept
ing money, transportation, board or
lodging from any hotel, club or sim
ilar organization in connection with
which a tennis tournament is being
held, while another would regulate the
connection of amateurs with the sale
'•of tennis goods.
THREE FAVORITES
SHOW THEIR FORM
Cantem at 12 to 1 Upsets
the Wise Ones in the
Fifth
(Special Dispatch to Tbf CaKt
EL PASO, Feb. 13.—The players had
a pretty good line on the winners at
Juarez today, as three well backed
favorites scored. Charles Brown, Sa
lvia and Tnquleta were the winning
choices. Cantem proved the surprise
of the day, winning the fifth event with
odds of 12 to 1 against it. Jockey
Kederis started off well, capturing the
first two races on the card. The
weather was good, but the track was
very heavy. Summary:
MUST It ACE- -Six furloTips:
OJ.tfc. Hone, U'piKiii. Jocke<r St. str. Fin.
8 Barapy oMSpUI. li" (Kwleris) 1 2 1 n
:: 1 12 EL TORO. 110 (IVnk> '■ t -'2
•'. :, (I'MAYERDALE. 104 (Gfnw) 2 :i 3 4
Tinip. 1:27 10. oidfl*>!<l 2 j>)ac<». 4-"> sliow;
T<fTt> S-3 piacf, 1-4 ciiow; MajenteJe <»ot >*linw.
Ah Mi on. La.rmiiMtrr, (3)Camarada, also ran.
SKCOMi KAt X Kivn furlongs:
Odd*. Ilorse. Wclgbt, Jockw. St. ?tr. Fin.
8-5-(DC. BROWiJ, v>4 iKedrrUi .'! 1 1 :'.
15-I —Quid Sane. 104 (Gent.vi 2 4 2 \
11-.v- (2)HASBOH, f»l iNHthaiii 1 :5 3 2
Tlinf. 1:10. Chßrlpy BfoVB 3-3 placo. 2-7 show :
Nmic 4 pluff. >>-."« show; Has«on 2-."> show. H«Rh
(ir»v, (8)S-wiftiure, Silvpr Wing, Kio fecoa, ■Sα
ran.
THIRD HACK- Sit furlonjrs:
Odd*. Hone. Weight Jockcv. £t. Str. Fin.
!': <2iC.W\KEN*ON. 11* (Hoff) 8 :; fa
ft-I— (3)L.VAN ZANDT.'ni (Hajne) 2 '2 -J: ns
23r3— (I)EL PATO, 107 Kientryi.. 4 4 3 1
Time. 1:27 !■.">. Kennou I plare. 2-5 nhow:
Lukf Van Zan<lt 2 place, 8-8 sluvw; I'ato 1 ;!
show. Stcrliii nrir] Zn-il ■Iμ ran.
FOURTH KAt X udo mile:
(Mils. Horse. WfiKlit. Jotkey. St. Str. Fin.
!i.io—(IjSALESIA. 103 (Setep).... I 1 1 3
2.s r,-(2)SLEEPLAND, r>ll (Carter). '■'. 2 l> 3
5-1 -Hattrru, 107 (Hefhtaan) I ■', .T 12
Tim* , I;SB2-5. 12 place, out ebem;
Slppi)laiid T-I<t piece i>lll siiow; ltattcras out
show. (31L. M. Eckert also rsn.
FIFTH RACE—Si\ furlonKs:
Od<ls. llor,-(. W«fgkt. J'h key. St. Str. Pin.
12-1 —(3)CANTEM, 110 (flnrthl ! 1 In
7-I—Jiidjfp Walton. 113 lRo«c-n>... » 2 '1 (i
IG-5— (I)MERCURIUM, M (Carter*. 3 .'! ■', ns
Tim*, 1:24 2."). Caiitem 4 plarr-. 8." kkawi
Walton 5-2 plai'p. 4-."> show; out ihow
(2)Balroni*. Boaaie B;ird. Zinkand. al>o ran.
SIXTH RACK--Fivf fiirlrwM;
O<ld». Ilorsf. \\'<-iprbt. .liukev. St Str. Fin
11-10— <2)INftUIETA, 103 H : ; ,l!ahn) 5 2 1 3
4-I—(I)THE FAD, 114 (8i11).... :i 3 2 2
I<> 1 — (3iEHIfEBT H. j»fi (MeCabel 1 ! :; :{
Time. 1:493.5. Inqoieta 1-2 plsn <\ 1i; tbow;
Fhc! 4-'> plaff. 1-8 vhow: Erir-i l -h.nv. IIhz»-1
C, Rrlls. Raspv.ili', also ran.
Weather flue: traik vory heary.
[ Charleston Race Results |
CHARLESTON, Feb. IX~ Results:
First rarp—Jack K«Uofjr, 2 to 7, wm- Core
opsis, 5 to "_'. second; Morgan Wilson, :u\ to 1,
thiol.
Second—Fatlier<'la. 0 to r. won: Gagnant, 5 to
2. HfODd; Cynosure. .'! to I. thinl.
Third race — Black Oiiff. <; t<, .*.. won: Conti
nental. 12 to 1. second: Americuit, S t<i 1. thinl.
Fourth rner -Carlfnn (J. IS to o. wan: Uepubli
c«n, 4 to 5. second: Amoret, x to .". thinl.
Fifth race—Kanorella. 7 to r>, won: Pliant, 11
t-i ">. second; Naueluv r,ad. S to i. third.
Sixth raci—l* Touriio, ti to 1. wou; Armor, 7
to 2, second; Canu-I. <5 to 1, third.
MILLER SIGNS CONTRACT
(Spprial Dispatch to Tho Call)
SACRAMKNTO, m. — Millrr. the
lanky first sarker of the Senators, is no longpr
a holdout. He camp to terms todar afttr n
short ronfereuce with Manager Harry Wolrertoa
•nd sliwd s contract. Tlic siajoed ceatfact of
Pitclu-r Ralph Btroud of Buffalo was also re
cfivofl.
FOOTBALL MEN TURN OUT
CHICAGO. r<l.. !«.—Twenty-nino football
players rpspontlfd to tho call for practice today
for Ihr U>l3 season, which bouMii lit Northwest
em university. Coach Hmnniett hud csargc nt
the rnr»n and h-ipes to hare toe sqna«l in sood
onnilition f<T the new eoaHi. Charles Daly,
when tlio latter takps tliis full.
Wo - re hoard a bit of "KefattMa Town,"
But, oh. the iHx.r. focier* burgher.
Wbo 1* condemned, pqaflncd mid hemmed
lv tlic auto tuwu of lloruberjrcr l
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
VALENTINES FOUND IN THE ASH BARREL
McCarty Meets Wells in Gotham on Night of March 14
In the Meantime Veteran Will Teach Mack New Tricks
CHICAGO, Feb. 13.—Luther McCarty s next
fight will he with Bombardier Wells. The place
will be .Madison Square garden, Xcw York, and
the date will be March 14 or a day close to that.
This much was agreed upon today between Mc-
Carty's managers and the proprietors of Madi
Behold. I am the (uyler I-ee
Of autonm'iilr pedigree.
I'll sell a machine
With no fi-diiiK of spleen,
Why. even nifrri ■!,«*•*.
GRANT AND PUPS
JUMP INTO THE LEAD
Star Players Showing Plenty
of Form in the Indoor
Tennis Meet
NEW YORK. Feb. IH.— W. C Grant
am! P, M. Phillips won their places to.
day in the fourth round of the National
indoor lawji tonn?s championship tour
nament. Grant defeated Dean Mathpy.
Princeton champion, 6 —l, 6— l, and
Phillips eliminated (\ F. Fentacost Jr.,
Connecticut. 7 —5, <5—4.
Tn the second round, T. Fl. Pell, far
mer champion, defeated L.. V. Robinson,
17 years old after a lively battle. 6—o,
6—3. The boy was fast but lacked con
trol. G. F. Touchard. also a former
champion, defeated C. C. Chambers.
6—l, 6—4. Both Pell and Touchard
are playing strongly.
Tn the doubles W. H. Washburn.
Harvard, and J. S. Oushman, defeated
I. Hartman and J. H. Steinkamp, B—6,
13—11. Lea Herrick and Burgoyne
Hamilton won from the old Yale-Har
vard pair. R. K. Tomlin and Benjamin
Dwight, 2—6, 6—4, 6 —4. Then they
faced Touchard and W, B. Cragtn and
were defeated 6—o, fi—2.
Alnn Tobey, th« old Prinrpton player,
paired with O. S. Groesberk and the
two defeated J. V. Edwards and E. A.
Fitter. 6—2, 6—2.
Springfield Marksmen
Down Manhattan
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. Feb. 13.—The
result of the twenty-first and twenty
spcond rounds of the Indoor league of
the United States Revolver association
were announced tonight. A feature is
the defeat of Manhattan club of New
York by Springfield in the twenty
second round !t\ a score of 1,141 to
1,112. This fs the first defeat for Man
hattan.
The high scores were:
Rosiun. 1,12:;: National Capital 1.107; Sprinc
n<l6, l.lOfc Pittsbtirp. 1.10.V. Spokaß* i nu-
Baltimore. 1.024; St. Louis Colonial, 1,097: Pall
las. 1.044.
Twenty second round: Springflplrt. 1.141; >fnn
hettan. MB; Spokane. 1.141; Boston 1111-
Denrer. !,1.!1; St. I»ui« Colonial, l.OSO; Na
tional Capital. 1.117: Taooma. 071.
PACKEY McFARLAND ILL
CHICAGO. Feb. IS.— Packer McFarland has
rancel«H) his ten round twnit with Tommy Shee
han. scheduled to take placp in Superior. Wis.
tomorrow night. McFarUnd assigned a cold as
the cause.
BODIE SIGNS UP
CHICAGO, r«*. I:s.—President Comaker tr>
dny reeeivrd the signed contract of -'PinK ,,
B<>dip. who trrltea that lie uln-jidv has hoeiin
training in Mathers California end will join
>fan»i2rr Callaliau's nla+on *-ii un iiiwv reacb tlic
Pacific tout.
son Square Garden club, it was announced here.
Harry Gilmore of this city, a scientific boxer
dating from bare knuckle days, who has devel
oped many fighters, is to take hold of McCarty
and put a polish on the big fellow's hitting,
blocking and foot work. Gilmore will go to
work with McCarty in a short time.
Selections for the
Juarez Races Today
JOE MURPHY
Following are tho entries and selections for
t «(\ ay'* races nt Juarez:
FIRST RACE—Three and a half furlongs; 2
year cl«l>:
Index. Hor*e. Wt.
lacs J. NOLAN 115
I!*;.", BENEDICT. Vfi
int;.-. rimifax 115
1047 Orb 11">
1963 Cotoari MolHnigall 115
ioe.% Brevftr ......: 112
IMS Rara Xci . 112
!:»i.", CnroM . :., 112
• .1. Nolan ha>' shown fl;e ho-r form of this
I"t In heavy rojdj:. Benedict looks like the cob-
I tender. HimifHx shoved n<> ipeed last out ou a
I lirnvy tra< k.
SKCONI) RACE- Five furl.ins>; 3 year aMs
an'l upnurd:
Indp.v. Wr.
i:<7l FANEVIL HALL l< 7
1837 MIKE MOLLETT 107
K*4l CLINT TUCKER 107
1978 I.nr. iiarrnon I! ir>7
lO3K liclPiiH K.".
\*W Qiii-k f>2
1077 OoM Point 101
Fiinouil Hull ■ itn<*) niurlilir and l:ns the spocd.
Divtaiif.- will fiiv.M- Mike Mollett.
Tirißl) RACK— Six furlongs; 3 year olds and
upward:
Index. IT'Tse. Wt.
l!»7!l LESCAK 11l
IH7I MAZURKA 100
1975 DON ENRIQUE 112
li' Til l.ily Taxion l(»fi
f H»:»; UnlHhiifi 90
1077 Lookout 7i 1118
tBBO Siic:ut!iiK Spray 11l
Irf-Tar a grfat nrndilr-r and Is In raif» form.
MH/.urka Is the contesder and o|>pears to liave
a good < hancf.
FOURTH RACK—Six furlongs; 4 year olds and
upwwrd:
liidfT. Unrso. Wt.
1831 ENFIELD ]',5
1988 DR. DOUGHERTY 108
1827 LADY RANKIN 107
«:;_'4 Morkler 108,
l!t"7 Lavpinlcr I.ass I<Xi
IMS Mnrin 103
V-Hi Hadad 105
Knfield Is a pood weight pm-kor and looks tbf
boßt. Next two look like the contenders.
FIFTH RACE —Five furlongs; 3 year olds nnd
upward:
index. Horse. Wt.
ieSB INQUIETA nr>
l»88 THE FAD 112
1972 KID NELSON 160
i!":t Mawdfl i<B
H»vi Rngott nr,
l:n|iiieta is a rare mudder and Hhotilil le«cl all
I the way. Tile Fad ll gettius too nmeh racing.
SIXTH HACK—Six furlongs; ;; year olds and
upward:
liidtN. Horse. Wt.
m\X ANNUAL INTEREST 11l
Wn EVRAN ins
1987 JUDGE WALTON 11l
irt-"!> r.iiss 107
I!is7 Zinkand 10S
iaeS Uosevale 110
Annual Intpiest I* an excellent tnnddor and
looks to have the speed. Evran has heen run
ning well.
BEST BETS—FANETJIL HALL. INaUTETA
Fred Snndgrnss. who made that "$30,000
muff" In the final game of the world's series,
says the I'hillles will give every team in the
National league a race this season and will be
runuer up for the (Jiauts.
Dick Dwyer. thoughts of . rf, u remind ua
Of the coin we used to •>»<
Playing at a game denied uh
By Ootw. Johnson. Folk and Hughes.
We wrre merry when yon atarted
In line and "Let '« go":
Wp'w been liapp.r *i ,!,%, ' tl, ey P» r *-ed
From tlie track to save vtr d^gh.
Goldberg
Mr name it is Calvin C. Eib,
Ami Kflsoiine ]oie I imbibe.
As other inon tea,
<■. c. kib
Who thus duos siir-einctly insorlho:
ARIEL CLUB OARSMEN
READY TO GO TO WORK
Candidates for the Various
Crews Called Upon to As
semble Next Sunday
Ariel club oarsmen arV starting to
prepare for the coming season. Captain
Peterson yesterday issuing , a call for
the men to report for work at the club
house next Sunday. The racing barges
of the club were returned from the boat
builder yesterday in first class condi
tion for the crews to start immediate
work.
The junior crew that won the coast
championship last July will this year
row in the intermediate division, the
crew to be composed of P. Peterson,
stroke; Emil Bock, No. 3; H. McQuaide,
No. 2, and H. Trost, bow.
With the advancement of this crew
to the higher class a new junior crew
has to be developed and a series of
trials will be rowed between the fol
lowing four oared crews:
Crew No. I—L. Brunner, bow; S.
Krohl, No. 2; J. George, No. 3; Bob
Steele, stroke.
Crew No. 2— J. Crimm, bow: R.
Chlsen, No. 2: U Kalzich, No. 3; J.
O'Connell. stroke.
Prospects for a senior crew at the
Ariel club this year are not very bright,
though the veteran Wilson brothers
will probably represent the club in the
coast championship tepratta on July 4.
These four brothers last year rowed
several fast races and with proper
training expect to be able to make a
creditable showing. The club will have
several skiff men out this season and
a new racing skiff has been added to
the club's flotilla of boats.
President Jim Wilson has appointed
a committee to make arrangements for
the annual picnic and initiation to be
held at Fernbrook park, March 30. The
committee consists of Joe Lewis, George
Sharp, Charlie Wagner, W. McKee,
Louis Kalzick, William Reubold. Harry
McQuaide, Charlie Herald, J. yon
Staden, Nick Denver, J. George, Emil
Bock, Bob Steele, L. Bunner, E. Flan
ders, R. Chiaen, P. Peterson and Charlie
Wilson.
BRADEN WINS BONSPIEL
WIXNIPBG F«fc 13.-The grand aggregate of
th«> W innii>eg Bonspiel was won today by "Mac"
Braden or the Winnipeg Grauites. The Braden
rink defeated the Blaekbnrn rink of Winnipeg
and thereby won the governor general's cup ami
the curling championship for another year. Tne
Braden rink has won IS games and lost but one
MURPHY CHANGES MIND
CHICAGO. Feb. IX— Protect* against starting
NaM-mal league baseball ganw* here at 2 p in
a- announced by President Murphy of the Chi
cago club, ratteed Murphy today to inodlfv the
innovation b> saying tluit tU- games wWld be
staUetl at -:'M o'clock.
CORHAN SENDS IN
SIGNED CONTRACT
Ewing Gets Busy and Sends
Out Transportation to
All His Seals
Roy Corhan sent in his signed con
tract to Cal Ewing yesterday after
noon, so there is no doubt about his
standing. He is sure to be back on
the job at short for the Seals, unless
one of the promising youngsters can
run him out of the place and this does
not seem at all likely, for when it
comes to fielding that particular posi
tion, Corhan is one of the best in the
minor leagues.
Roy is in New Mexico stalling around
and wait ing for the call to the training
camp. He is very anxious to get busy,
for he finds the loafing job rather tire
some. He will be on hand to report
with the rest of them and he promises
to do the host he can to boost his bat
ting average along this time.
It looks as though Oorhan Is abso
lutely certain of his position at short.
There is nobody in line now to take
the place away from him. That Mc-
Ardle will do the honors as the Seals'
utility infielder is a foregone conclu
sion, unless Wuffli persists in holding
out. Then it may be necessary to turn
the third station over to Mac to look
after.
Ewing has not heard anything from
Wuffli for several days. Apparently,
the youngster is going to go to the
bat and demand his raise in salary.
Ewing says that he will stand pat and
hold out just as long as the young
ster, so there is bound to be some more
trouble between them before the team
is finally made up. Ewing holds the
whip hand, ao Wuffli will be the one
to suffer.
Transportation was sent out yester
day to all the Heals. They will come
from nearly every section of the
United States and Ewing will have a
nice little railroad bill to foot before
he finally succeeds in lining his
squad up.
Several of the tossers will be on
the White Sox special which is sched
uled to leave Chicago next Wednes
day morning. Others are coming from
various California points, while an
other flock is due from the northwest.
"So long as I get them here. I don't
care," says the Seal chief. "I hope to
line up 30 live ones at the training
camp and if any of them fall down I
will start after others without any
delay."
Dentist Signed Up to Go
With Giants
NEW YORK, Feb. 13.—Manager Mo-
Graw of the New York National league
club announced tonight that he would
take a dentist on the team's training
trip south. McGraw says this will be
the first time a major league team has
taken along a man to care for the
toeth of the players. According to
McGraw, the stomach troubles which
many young players are bothered with
on the training trip are entirely due to
poor teeth, and he intends to take pre
ventive measures against any bar to
efficiency through such causes by pro
viding the services of a dental expert
for his men.
CHESS MASTERS DRAW
HAVANA. Feb. I?..—At a meeting of the eftm
■unten held nt the Club d<* AJfdr* , * la
Hat>ann today drawings wrre made for the Cuban
ehfss toiirniiini'iit which will begin here Satur
day. In the owning round the pairing will be-
Kiipchlk vs. .Tanowskl; Carso ts. Capablanca-
Blanca to. ChajcK and Marshall vs. Jaffe.
tJDR.KINGcjffIBMENS
N **• Xin * Ouarawlees to Cure I
NERVE. BLOOD ,
JBr \ ud Skin Dtwi«
fl —J STRICTURE.
■Jf 55¥\ Prostatic Troaklea.
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W? J2f hydrocele; i
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7v Uri—ty Diirana
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B« Crom bu «<n«n. Treeuneat and
WyrfMPirojgi advice eonfldenttal Hour* I
tß.telp.ai.; Sunday t»o I
V INtmCyWrV Examination aad adrloe tree. ,
. Not a dollar n&sd be pa<<l imtil cured
A OFFICE. 832 MARKET ST.. Ow Rttiir'i
, Opp. XMt Kntraooe Emporium. BAK yRANCieOO
I Dr. Klnr U airalntt hla-n and mxtarUoamU ft*
' charr»d by lorn* phy«ciao« and epeelailrta, hla
I f«M 115 u4 «• Iβ Catarrhal, Cfcmalc
J ml Miiriw u< Simple MaUdi«a. J
I Ot-Klne warn* udanapcetliiir m«n acalnst boatf
« lD»qnaok», wftn bi*. g Urine adTtrti»*nienti.
I who falMly claim th»r are the lvadtair »p»ol*l
!»«• or only teritlmaK dooton and «aeh rtdicu- '
I loui itetfiMDii; aian agatart tte* mu««ure of ,
i aoatomj pltfalU. fake medical office*. b*)t»,
I body battertet. Chin»»* doctor*. Thfi»# who
' be*n iwladled by wnch eonctm*" »honM
I eoatnUDr. King- aad learn th* troth about their
teatf m<m; a gradnate. t#eatt rean'•« pwl«n««.
Dr. Clac l» a Sp««lali<t renlarly licvaaed fcr<
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OAKLAND WOMEN
NO MATCH FOR
OUR FAIR ONES
San Franciscans Easily Put
It Over Their lYansbay
Rivals, 15 to 6, at
Ingleside
H. McDONALD SPENCER
On the Ing-elside golf links yester
day a team of eight ladies of the San
Francisco Golf and Country club met a
similarly constituted side from Clare
mont. The San Francisco players
quite overwhelmed their transbay op
ponents, winning by a score of 15 to 6.
The recently adopted method of count-
Ing a point for each nine and one for
the aggregate was adopted.
The only matches won by the Oak
land players were by Miss Violet
Whitney and Miss Helen Dunning, who
accounted for three points each to
their side.
Mrs. A. It. Pommer of San Francisco
won by default through the absence
of her opponent, Mrs. C. B. Wingate.
Incidentally Mrs. Pommer went
around the course in a private match
and scored an S7, which would tie the
record if it had been official.
The return of Miss Edith Cheso
brough to golf is very welcome. She
has not played in tournaments since
she returned from the nationals last
October, and she celebrated the oc
casion by capturing all three points
from her opponent, Mrs. C. F. Ford.
Next Thursday a return match be
tween the two clubs will be played on
the Claremont course with the sam
sides, and the argument will be subse
quently extended to Burlingame.
A suitable trophy will be donated
and the winner of the tri-club series
will have its name inscribed thereon.
The Burlingame team already has
scored two wins over Claremont.
Next Tuesday the qualifying round
of the Leroy Nickel cup for ladies will
be played on the Ingleside links.
This is a club event, and the contest
will continue through the week. The
first eight will qualify under handicap
Hnd the low net score will receive the
Ives cup as a reward.
Yesterday's matches:
SAN FRANCISCO
Miss Edith rhrsf.-brnuj.-b 3 points
Mrs. .1. R. Clark |
Mrs. A. R. I'ommrr 3
Mrs. (). o
Mrs. P.. H. rostl<-thwaite ?.
Mrs. A. M. Shtr-Uls 1
Miss Maud O'Connor o
Mrs. H. Law 2
Total l." ( points
CLAREMOXT
Mit. 0 F. Ford O points
Mrs. H. H. Slirrwood 0
Mrs. 0. B. Wingate o
MtM Viol.'t Whirnry p>
Miss Allrp Knowlps 0 "
>.rs. J. .?. V«l<»nlinp <» "
Miss Hp|f>n Darning ::
Miss Marion Stone tt
Total 6 points
.San Franri*™ wins by 0 points.
Noted Golfers Coming
Information has b<*en received from
Chicago to the effect that a team of
seven of the best middle western play
ers, including a number of national re
nown, iwll make a tour of Uμ coast in
the near future. They will arrive in
the northwest in the latter part of
May. and after playinpr in Seattle, Ta
coma and Portland they intend visit
ing California, where they will be
seen on the links in San Francisco and
the neighborhood.
The party will consist of John I).
Cody, president Western Golf associa
tion captain; Chick Evans, national
runner up and western champion 131:';
Warren K. Wood, western runner up:
D. E. Sawyer, Kenneth Edwards. Don
ald Ed wards and Addison Sti Dwell.
As substitutes J. C. Carl
Devol, Walter and Howard L.cc
will accompany the others.
§ Doctor
For Men
W>»k. TCerron*. Diseanefi
M»n who erp beginning to
think that there i« tjo po*
elble cure for them —<lo
not gtre up. If you ai , *
suffering from Premature
Weakness Contracted Dl«
-ea*e. Blood Poison. VaH
t»- u. n iu. cocele. Hydrocele Pr<w-
Dγ. Hamilton fatlo TrouWp ,. Ki.ir.fy or
Bladder Disease, Fistula or Piles, com* to
me.
I personally conduct my
office. You meet me
When you or>me here, and trill he treat* 1
by ME. AN EXPERIENCED SPECIALIST
TV MEN'S DISFASFS AND LICENSED TO
PRACTICE IS CALIFORNIA. The shore
Iβ ray true picture. For eighteen year* I
h«Te treated MEN'S DISEASES ONLY.
With the experience gained by the. success
ful treatment of thousand* of the most
aggraTated cfl*es of the diseases peculiar
to men. I ran cure you If any one can.
Do not let money matters detain you. If
neee«««T
Weekly or Monthly
Payments Arranged
T off— FREE CONRn.TATION. X RAT
EXANfINATION (when necessary} and in
telligent, sympathetic, honest advice.
FOR BLOOD POISON I nse Profe«»nr
Enrlirh'« marvelmia GERMAN REMKDV.
Wβ. as it should ho n*e.l. DIRECTLY INTO
THE VEINS, curing ordinary ca*<*i In one
treatment, with no detention from business.
Ron WKAKN'KS«. LYMPH COMPOUND,
which make* a new man of you. restoring
the vital forces to the fullest degree, mak
ing the nprres strong and steady.
VAliirwpr.F wr» TTvnßocirT.K cnred
tr, stfiv <-i : red. WITHOUT THE USE OF A
KNIFE. In s!i(-h a satisfactory way that
pain cease*, the vital parts are preserve.!
and strengthened. No detention from but
Jnes*.
IV CONTRACTED DKEASrs my pn
tlente are thoroughly cured In le»« flm«
than any other and less thorough form* of
treatment require in producing doubtful re
sults.
Dr. A. M. Hamilton
721 Market Street, S. F.
Hour* 0 A. M. to 8 P. M. Dally.
Sundays 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
I* vhmt DR. JORDAN'S ««*»
iMUSJEUM OF ANATOMY
A IGREATtH THAN rVCMtI '
T *~\ Weaknw* or any contrm<Ud diMaM
% U«| positively cured by the oMatt
T Vsf HMciafiat on the Coaet. E*uUi(h«i
JjOT SLSEASES OF MEN
AH Sβ! E9 i\ CoMwUbon (rec and (tnclly pr,v»l«.
F» "B' a> Treatment pmtmißr or by letter. A
% Positive cure Iα every cut an
[ ynß*f oertaken.
« «93S rXL , * 9 *" beck - PHILOSOPHY
t un.juniiAN. 0.r.,1AL.
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