Document 18896

GMSLO^U^^\ "ETEBRUARY
THE;". SAN : FRANGISGO
;24, 1907;
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Britt and Pollok Go to Reno to Clinch the Proposed Match R. A.
Sacred Heart College Enters Baseball Team ASCOT PARK STEWARDS Young Corbett and the Californian Expectea
SUSPEND JOCKEY FINN to Come to Terms Regarding Finish Fight
for the Academic League Championship
Smyth
The
struggle
McDaniel Fined 's2oo Be; cause of Foul Riding
in a Handicap
for the baseball cham-
pionship of the Academic Athletic
League will be' enlivened this year by
the appearance of a. team representing
Bacred Heart College. This willbe the'
first time the college has been represented, although it has had many
noted
athletes wearing its colors in competiyears.
tion for
Itneeded some rivalry
to- stir up the players,
and this will
come when they meet the representatives of the high schools on the diamondl
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The blue and white aggregation remains practically unchanged. from last
s*«ax. The team had an enviable record', before the -April fire, having
defeated Lowell.- Polytechnic^. Wilmer<?lng and
Cog-swell
school teams. s The
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running, easily, several lengths ahead of into the ,: first match offered him.
, the;
case Britt does not take
Bribery, at the paddock, :
but ,
the ;
latter into present
consideration";
possibility
the:
of
gotiup.. to win by- al half length. £;'lt meeting
defeat ati the hands of his old
looked. to the Judges as though
J^lnni on
La Gloria, :
had not exerted himself, and opponent, <but he Lwants to be well paid
appearing, in -the ring. v
the ;boy was suspended pending Ifurther ; for
-One thing which, may block negotiInvestigation. Bribery had been heavily
ations, for the Reno fight when it is
backed."
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discussed is- the; question of a referee.
:"Puddin".McDanlel:.was fined $200, by, Pollok
has gone on :record as saying
Presiding Judge Hamilton jjfor -Jiaving
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caused his mount to ;bump Johnstown, that he will not consent to a Pacific
Preston up, in the handicap.
Coast man being selected.
event
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AMERICAN TEAM LOSES
Sullivan will continue to be a terror to
trre men who try to steal that base. He
retains his batting eyes and also the
facility-of placing the ball where there
are no fielders. This is the greatest art
of the batsman ajid.is difficult to learn.
Ed. Butler will filj the important posi-
TO BRITISH AT CHESS
tion of shortstop.
reputation In the
and was also a sure hitter.
The Initial eack will be guarded by,
juniors.
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He, developed from last year's second
nine and is expected to keep up his
Kood work. Jack Doran will be respbr.sible for everything that reaches
•left field. He played a great first base
last year. Nell Kelly will take care of
renter field. He has developed into a
hitter and Is expected to prove a
.tower of strength to the team. Arty
SchiTmer at third will complete a
*t-rang Infield. Jack Burke will be out
In right field and anything that gets
iaway from him must have wings on it.
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BEST OF RACQUET PLAYERS
NEW YORK, Feb. 23.—H. R. Flncke
of New York, for two years national
squash champion, defeated H. Brooke
of Philadelphia in the final of the national racquet championship
at
the
Racquet and Tennis Club today. Score:
15-1, 7-15, 17-14, 15-5.
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Btr. Bin. 1 Jockey 1 Op. 01.
Ills,(Preston
7-5 6-2
2 2 2 1 J. Harris
4 7-2
Cassldy)... 114 1
332 Merllngo. 4
8 b 3 4 Radtke
7-2 6-6
(Stokes)
M 2
2 8 A 1 McDanlei
419 Klrkseld Belle, 8
4 8-2
452 Libertlnu*. 4 (Clnb 5Ub1e) ...114 7
3^Bb B^s 3 Knapp
25 40
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6 3 FUcber
428 St. Edrax, 3 (Elawood Farm). 103
20 BO
(j. Hennessy.j 100 800
6M6 h6 2 7
'. BSS LlgntComedy. 3 (A. Shields).. 113 8
:23%, :4SV&. 1:34%. Sue, 1 place; 2-6 show. Clem.
post 6 mlnutet. OS at 2:35. Time—
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Trained
1 place; 2-5 show. Merllngo, ont show. Winner b. i. by Tbe Commoner-Suisun.*
by J. Ccrl. Start good. Won driving. Second handily. Third easily. Common Sue openedpunishment in the final sixteenth and appeared to
a commanding lead, but was under severe up
ground and might bars won in a few more
be laboring at the end. J. C. Clem made
strides. Merllngo was never in dangerous contention. Kirkfield Belle stopped to nothing s
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BJuC&— Six
forlongs; selling; three-year-olds
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Th» L«adlij« Bpoeiallat. ,
T* ' T^T.
For or«r 17 years I
ha*e co&flned my practice to the special allmenta of men. For such
'disorders aa SPERMATORRHOEA, VARICOCBLE, LOSB OF POWttR, OONTBACTED
DISEASE.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON
and /'REFLEX DISORDERS
Iuse methods
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which absolutely ;and for all time CURB.
Thes* methods are strictly original with mo
asd known to no other :specialist.
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and upward; valne to first, $325.
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15
20
40
8-2 8-5
Knapp
6ft
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1 1 1n 3 n 6 2
110 1
Preston
423 L. Gladstone. 4
10
20.
5M 6h 61.7 4. McDanlei
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15
431 Slippery, 3 (L. A. Bonsack).. 99 7
4 b 8
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480 Blnmenthal. s (Bedweli)... 112 8
Bntwell
60 100
Time—:24%. :45%, 1:15. tgoe 1 place; 2-6 show. Toller. 5
At post 8 mlnntes. O«T at 3:05.
Winner br. c by Sir Dlxoa-Alpena. Trained by J. Powers.
place; 8-5 chow. Mist. 8 ebow.
Or,
Salvyoe.
Start good. Won handily. Second the same. Thjrd easily.
Moor. St.
Bcratcbed—
Phil Igoe, always within striking distance, showed in front at the paddock gate, and at the
up ground rapidly in the final eighth. The Mist waa
ridden.
Toller
made
*nd won bend
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gens at the finish. Taylor George stopped to nothing at the. paddock
gate.
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Qock Tsars quit.
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miles;
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handicap;
three-year-olds
One
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sixteenth
and
upward;
FOUBTH
RACE—
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Horw and Owner
IWtjSt. M U *4 Str. Fin. | Jockey | Op. Cl.
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~(436)|V0a Troxop, 6 (McEisney)
11081 8 11 12 18 1213 IMcDanlel ...I l 7-S
Johnstown, 4 (A. Koenlgsberg) 69 5 42 B^BB-22 2 W Preston
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8
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6-2
436 T«rt»n. 6(E. Wayland)..... 10T 15
4«8%84 2; J. Harris
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S2 2 8 h 4 4 6
4ft 6 OV Ross
10 13
852 Cello. 4 (Elmwood Farm)
96| 4 24 3 1 2h 6
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Bcnsseli ....| 13 13
437 Kibllck, 8 (H. Mason)
1:14H, l:4otf, 1:47^. Tromp, 1-2 place;
At tbe post 4 minutes. OS at 8:88. Time—:24. :48^,Tartan,
out show. Winner br. h. :
by Ben
out show. Johnstown, 7-10 place; out show.
-J, O. Clem. > Btart
by
lnney.
Trained
W.
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McX
Scratched
Wrenne.
Brush-Cinderella.
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took' the lead on
rood. Won easily. Second driving. Third easily. Voa Tromp, off flying,
the first turn end set the pace to tbe stretch. There be bung a trifle, and- bumped' into
Johnstown, nearly caaeatl&r Preston, after whlcfi he went on- and, 'won easily. Johnstown had plenty left at the end. Tartan made a belated stretch. bid. Niblick was pulled
up almost to s walk at the, finish.
Akn FIFTH RACE—One mile; selling; four- year-olds and upward] value to first, 5825.
112 6
438 Kiss Of Mist. 4 (Dolan)
112 8
898 Tajlor George, 4 (Offutt)
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112 2
Cock Sure. 4 (Clnb Stable)
(B, Harris)...
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Borne asd Owner
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111 11 11 IJ. Harris....! -3-8 2-5
Warland)jllo!
430 |Une of Life, a (B. 1).......
112 4 .8h 82 822U28 Preston
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420 FonessU. a (J.marris)......
V, 8 IV4B 1 Radtke".;...
115
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2
8
2H2
10
9
Wooutborpe.
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48 4 6 ButweU
(T. M00U).... 112 767424»
8 ,12
480 Moußtebank.
7
7
(Mrs.
Blute)...
Mortarity
112
8
7
64
55
20
Onrtis,
5
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419 Bill
24h 6« 8 8 62 6 1 Hscher
200
420 Belasco: 4 (Carpenter A X.).. U5
uc ''»»»» 617 7 (BrnsseU ...,| 200 200
800
418 AnrelcPO. »
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Life,
place;
show,
Off
at
Time—
1:42.
1-4
post
minute.
«:IH4:24%.
1:15.
out
At tie
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Woodthorpe,
7-10
by
show. Winner b.- m..
Sweetheart' roncasta. 8-5 pUcet 8-10byshow.
E. Wayland. Scratched— Desmagea, Niblick/ Start good. Won-}
ridr Palmist. Trained
upon to extend herself.
handily. Second and third handily. Use of Life was never called
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g VV SIXTH RACE Five furlongs; purse; four-year-olds and upward; value to first, $325.
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Preston ....I
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4 (S. A11en)..... 106
BHB2 82 2 h Radtke
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868 Lrae
4-5;: 7-10
Baldwin)..
J.
103
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2V
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2
2
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82J.
Harris...
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403 Le^Oiat*!
4 2 414 2 4!• ButweU
7 12
(Yon 80k)...."..... 10S 6
*». 482 Avalwt
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6%6V,5 M6
Moore).. 105 1
5 WUmot
80
40
880 Tottenham, a (W. B.
60; 60
Jn 6 8 6 1 6 8 Kuns
853 6Uicate6 (K. B. A0en)....;. 106 36
105
7 6 715 7 15.7 20 J.: Hennesty.
60- 75
235 Easter Card, a (H. Cotton)...
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8 . 8 -. 8'- BrnsseU V...| .60, 60'
189 Graden. a (OllTe O. Stable).. 108 2
4:40. ,Tlme— :24. :4S, 1:01^. Tramotor, 1 plsce; out show. Hand,'
At the nost 1 minuted Off at
Indlo-TroUey. Trained by, J." Blute.'-.
show.
Cbata,out
Winner b. g. byComas,
7-lOßlace* out show.
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Scratched— Tbora Lee. BiU Montgomery, April's Pride,
Second driving. Third easily. Tramotor took * the lead
Vlnclt. Start good. Woo easily.-Haiul
nipped the place in the last rew. strides. La ChaU
at once and romped bone. Lone
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about toe wonderful
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Weak and Nerrona meo, or those suSerisg
from any prlrats dlaease, should call on me
make absolutely NO -OBAROB
at once. I
for a friendly talk,* and my adrlce will be
rsluable, whether treatment la beran or not.
Write U yon cannot call. Bonn: 9 a. to.
to S p. m. ;evenings, 7" to 0; Sundays, 10
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FfR $7.50
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H % Btr. Fin. | Jockey 1 Op. CV
Inikx-l •' Horse sad Owner
1041 3
8 b 4 U4 2 1 1 IJ. Harris...
Igoe. 8 (Vf.A. Porter)
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Phil
ToUer,
(A. O. Dnnlap) ....116 4
7.1. 6 5 5 2 21 Boland
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Horse and Owser
Index. j
Boe, S (J. Car 1)...... 9SI 4
83d [Common
'.438 J. C. Clem, (T.
4 (Nippon Stable) 111 6
M.
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ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM EARLY INDISCRETIONS, SEXUAL WEAKNESS. SPEB3IATORRHEA, KIDNEY, BLADDER OR PROSTATIC TROUBLES, SPECIFIC BLOOD DISEASES (SYPHILIS), YARICOCELE, GLEET, GONORRHEA 0E AXT OTHEB CO3tPLICATEI>,
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LONG-STAITDING, DEEP-SEATED DISEASE! IF SO, THEN—
YOU aware that nine out of every ten cases treated by.' the prevailing methods of physldana and specialARE^
ists are not cured but become chronic and the organs are Injured for life?
DO YOU know that the proper treatment and cure of men's special diseases and YTEAKJTESSES requires
a FAR HIGHER DEGREE of skill and a much more elaborate equipment than the average physician and
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Horse -and Owner
H % Btr. Fin. | Jockey
Index-I
01.
t423) Bribery, 4 (R. T. Offutt)....lllO| 4
8 8 88 2 1 1 U O. Ross
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naldsa. Trained by C. A. Ross. Scratched Hlrtle, Presentiment.
Start good. Won drlr• . !es.
Second and third the same. Bribery got through on the stretch turn, stood tbe
. final sixteenth
drive gamely and passed La Gloria in the last hundred yards. ILa Gloria
was weakly bandied at tbe end: was probably best. Revolt finished sturdily. Maxapan
had eafly speed, bnt hnng In the stretch.
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Squires, the Australian, will be given they
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the heavyweight boxing championship
of thevworld in this city In May. Billy
Delaney,
The fate of the Hartman bill having
Jeffries* veteran manager,
had a talk with the big fellow recently been practically decided, the promoters
and. has what amounts to a promise of boxing will soon come into the open
that he will meet the :challenger for and talk of Important matches -will be>
the title if it'is made worth his while. heard In the resorts where the sports
The promise is quite a concession gather to discuss comtng events. Somo
from Jeffries, as he will not discuss of the boxers who have been the stars
money-making propositions with any- of the four-round game are considering
body, being an object of curiosity to the advisability of jumping into the
other boxers in that regard. There are big bouts. Others find the sport afmany ways .he could make money on fairs .pay them so well that they are
remuneration. Paul
the road, but he will have, none of satisfied with their$200
for his services
them and prefers to go on quietly Martini received
raising alfalfa and an. occasional rough at the California Club show ten days
ago
fight
as
he
can
once a month
and
house with his friends. Jeffries haa
moved into Los Angeles from his Bur- he can make goo^. -wages with th«
gloves.
boys
fight at least
bank ranch and is getting into trim twice a Some of the
month.
for a pleasure trip through Europe.
He plans to leave this country in June
Fujiyama.
Japan's
and any fight in which he is to be a
most famous
principal must be held before that mountain, which is 13,000 feet high,
has been climbed by a nina-yaar-old
date..
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with' the! British team, which was fin-;!
The score was <Vs to 6%.
'ished. today.
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Jockey Club.
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large and an attractive programme was
about a meeting between Dick Hyland
presented.
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month.' Hyland wants 138
pounds
ringside -and Thompson probably -will
agree to. this weight. .; The men have
-been' offering to [bet and it;is probable
; that each will wager
;$1000 on the outcome of the fight' The decisive victory
scored 'by Thompson over Rufe Turner
at.Marysville on Friday was predicted
by the men In :this city who had been
leading part in the play to be presented by the students.
Harry Lyman will assist McCarthy
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Bohm of. the famous
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to compete for the championship...
r..-'-r', :
Smith still captains the team and
George
R. A. Smyth
following his victorious career.
His the advantage of having moving picsuccess does not frighten Hyland, who tures taken of a fight with Squires.
Reno have believes
Thompson
just
was
made
that
The pictures should go well .in Ausreached such a' stage :that Willis Brltt, for him to beat.
tralia and in England, as the countryHarry
brother,
representing
his;,
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LOS ANGELES, : Feb." 23.— -Judge Pollok.
the fight no matter
bett. left last night for Nevada to hold weights in the four-round division. Is what might beof"the
Delaney
outcome.
Hamilton suspended ;Jockey Firm-in- a consultation ". with. Promoter. Charles seeking a match with any of the men would give a theatrical
coloring to all
definitely for his apparently weak* ride W. ,Kohl regarding .the match. . The in his class.
He Is anxious to meet the preliminary details of the fight.
to be that Kohl does .Walter Schulken at the Sunset Club
on La Gloria at the finish of the 'first only:hitch seems
would have the tossing for corners
to put up a purse of sufficient show on March 15. Ward is training at He
race at ;Asco todayr This event' was not wanttempt
and the examination by the medical
size
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La ;Gloria
got away to a flying,start and led' into have no difficulty in: getting the con- will be ready whenever a match is recorded
by th« camera.
H» would
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of
Corbett. but Britt is a harder made for him.
give the affair a touch of the old Lonthe ;stretch. Bribery had
" got 'off badly,
along
man
to
with.
get
deal
He
can
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prize
but had no:difliculty In passing the re- without fighting, so he does
don
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not rush
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