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BROOKLYN DAILY E'A'GLE, NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 193'4 Earl Porter Has a Big Lead on Winning Jockeys at Winter Tracks D 4 The 'Flying Dutchman' Is Second With Meade, Coucci Next in Line By W. C. VKEELAXD Staff Correspondent of The Eagle Miami, March 17 Take an eyeful of the Big Six, the money grabbers of the pigskin Porter, Litzenberger, Meade, Coucci, Gilbert and Wright. They are the lads who kicked home the greatest number of winners during the first session at Tropical Park and Hialeah Park's 45 days at racing. Up to Tuesday Porter had ridden 73 winners 37 at Hialeah and 36 at Tropical. His keenest opponent at Hialeah was the "Flying Dutchman," little Litzenberger, who scarcely was known by racing fans tille he appeared in Florida. He rode 31 winners at Hialeah and 9 at Tropical, for a- total or 40. Then came Meade with 26 at Hialeah and 9 at Tropical, 35 in all. roucci had a similar number of total winners 35, 19 at Hialeah and 16 at Tropical. Gilbert had a total of 28, 27 at Hialeah and 1 at Tropical. Wright's reeor-1 was 28, all told, with 21 at r'aleah and 7 at Tropical. , NOW KNOWN AS EARL OF ILLINOIS The Earl of Illinois, as the racing fans have dubbed Porter, has a big lead in the winning list of the jockeys (and apprentice riders, too), of the U. S. A. He it was that made Jackie Westrope, the leading winning rider of 1933, hustle to keep the lead that he had gained early last year. When one considers that Porter crashed into the limelight of winners as a rider on the last day in the final race of the season at Tropical Park, and that Westrope had then a big winning list behind him, Porter did remarkably well to finish so close up to Westrope and Wayne Wright, who finished second last year. For a lad who had his left foot three times crushed against the rail, which laid him up for periods of from two to six weeks at a time, Porter has accomplished much in the way of riding winners. He is a pleasant-faced, cheery-voiced kid of quiet manners. Perseverence is his motto. And when one thinks that an older brother, who started in the game many months ahead of him, is still exercising horses while Earl is riding winners well, you'll see that old perseverence with the Earl of Illinois begins with a big "P." PORTER PASSES ALONG THE LINE Porter started thinking about rid-tntr horses in 1929. His brother Vincent was then gallping horses for B. A. Jones at the Aurora, 111., track. Earl, just out of school, walked up to Goldie Mitchell, agent for Earl Steffen and A. Tipton, and asked him for a job. Mitchell put the question up to Jones. The latter said he didn't care to have another Porter around the stable. Jones told Mitchell to see Johnny Theal. Theal passed Mitchell along to Bob Allen And, so-o-o-o-o, as Ed Wynn would say, Mitchell, rather foot-sore by this time, passed on the advice to Earl and he went over and talked to Allen and asked for a job. And Allen tngaged Porter. It was Erl's first chance to get in personal touch with a racehorse. But Earl didn't get much more than a touch with his horse for a long, long time. The leg-up question, on the back of a horse, came after a long process of cleaning stalls and currying the horses in Allen's string. But the old perseverance was part and parcel of Porter. Here you see the euphony of the name and the driving power that drove Porter on and on until he became well known among racegoers. Earl had scant chace to ride in races. Allen failed to detect the ability and the skiTf that was dormant, nay, almost hidden, in Porter s makeup. And while Allen was in Florida last winter, he eold the contract he held on Porter to H. F. Fairbanks, one-time newspaperman of Boston, who had turned turfman. WRIGHT THE ADONIS AMONG THE RIDERS Fairbanks at that time bought Gold Step, a selling plater, which later developed into the crack sprinter of the Florida season, and which up to the time he mcnt sore and lame a month ago was in the first flight of sprinters of America. Gold Step was one of the first horses to meet and beat the Australian paluka called Winooka. So it will be seen that Fairbanks made two good purchases last winter the contract of Porter and Gold Step. Racegoers around New York have never seen Wayne Wright in action. Wayne did all his riding in the middle West and far West. He was born at Rexbury, Ida. He is the Adonis among the jockeys splendidly limbed and proportioned, fair of skin and texture, fine, regular features, with a mop of white hair crowning all what has become known as platinum blond. These are the Big Six the winning six. Each in his way has left his mark on the winter racing in Florida. Oaklawn Park Selections By CHARTMAN First Eris T.. Nilrcbo, Delia Beach. Second Princeton, Judge Dixon, Falsehood. Third Overboard, Brashkova, Jimmy L. Fourth Black Comet, Craigco, Drury. Fifth Arson. Morprin, Bosom Pal. '. Sixth Spinning Way, Brookhat-tan, Allegretto. Seventh Lucky Jack, Deferred, Luxury. BEST ARSON. BEARS SIGN ALEXANDER Newark, March 13 (Pi Dale Alexander, first baseman who led American League batters in 1932 with an average of .367. signed a contract yesterday. to play with the Newark Bears of the International League. This signing completed the club's vster of 27 men. Tropical Park Entries FOR MONDAY FIRST RACE Purse $700; claiming: 3-year-olds 'and upward; five and a half furlongs. Index. Wgt. 193 xStrelch Call 102 456 Jane Ellen 110 452 Quorum 120 449 xBrown Bab 97 416 Heiress 115 451' Sequoia , 107 444 xSuspicious 105 441 Starry 110 370 xOver Shadv 105 444 xxRoval Guinea 108 437 Mae Sweep 110 456 xxsmoke cloud 108 SECOND RACE Purse $700: claiming; 3-year-olds and upward; five and a hall furlongs. Index. Wgt. 437 xMrlody 115 Guide.ss 100 41fi Cabochon 112 452' xxDornoch 113 444 Chagrin 102 444 Battling Knight 115 Dijonette 105 444" xSinging Heart 110 408 Premeditate 110 452 Uppercut 115 373 xReconnoiter 105 438 Lauretta Nash 102 THIRD RACE Purse $700: for maiden 4-year-old fillies; four furlongs. Index. Wgt. 443' Ever True 112 328 Specs 112 407' Polly Hundred 112 407 Canobie Lake 112 450 aBiuebottle 112 392 Louise Hobson 112 aChance Favor 112 457 Pollv Rita 112 141 Pavall 112 407 Gobet 112 443' Distracting 112 435' Foreign Ladv 112 aOriom-Gerry entry. FOURTH RACE Purse S700: claiming: 3-vear-olds and upward; six furlongs. Index. Wgt. 444 Theron 108 434 The King 115 452 Hernando 115 110 129 Lerolme 395 xAunt Fior .. 4.38 xxPred Almv 95 108 10B 401 xxEnergeiic Boy 437 xWeddma Ring 110 (441i xxGrannv's Trade 103 413 Just Buck U5 PIPrH RACE Seminole Handicap; purse $1,000; for 3-year-olds and up; mile and a sixteenth. Index. Wgt. (4461 Big Beau 114 394 Pastry 109 (425) Stealmgaway 109 374 Jamison 104 261s Red Roamer 105 46i Live one 109 366 Sun Apollo 100 (360) Spicson 112 SIXTH RACE Purse $700; claiming; 3-year-olds and upward; mile and a sixteenth. Ind?x. Wfjt. 409; xPardee 100 (411 xPrimute 105 440- xRenewed HO ,05 Kindacorn 1 434i xxTwo Tricks 103 4 40'' Momo U3 SEVENTH RACE Purse $700; claiming; 3-year-olds and upward; mile and a sixteenth. Index. Wgt. 433 Spud HB 455 xSt Christopher 108 418 xThe Tout 105 455 Blue Cloud 110 4391 xGibby's Choice 108 454 xApprehensive 106 441' My Kentucky HO 419 High Socks 108 455 xLe Mmistre 105 X5 pounds apprentice allowance claimed; xx7 pounds apprentice allowance claimed First race at 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Weather, clear; track, fast. Tropical Park Selections By W. C. VREELAND First Sequoia, Heiress, Mae Sweep. Second Singing Heart, Dornoch, Chagrin. Third Gerry Entry, Distracting, Ever True. Fourth Wedding Ring, Energetic Boy, The King. Fifth Jamison, Big Beau, Stealing away. Sixth Momo, Pardee, Two Tricks. Seventh Spud, Le Ministre, Apprehensive. BEST JAMISON. By CHARTMAN First Sequoia, Heiress, Quorum. Second Dornoch, Singini; Heart. Uppercut. Third Gobet. Canobie Lake, Ever True. Fourth Race Fred Almy, Hernando, Aunt Flor. Fifth Sttalingaway, Big Beau, Spicson. Sixth Race Renewed, Momo, Kindacorn, Seventh Race Spud, Apprehensive. High Socks. BEST SEQUOIA. Afrua Calicnte Results FrrtST race six hiriongs ioff 5:12'a). Wittora. 104 iHclmi $6 20, 54 80, J3.40 first; Dianora. 104 (Nacheli, $19 60 $17.00 second; Totolo. 109 (Spor-m, $4.80 third. Time. 1:13 2-5. xOin-Ker Bread. Phil K Joplln. Baggage Maid. Kini Commander, xWhite Heart. DlKgins, Irish Peer and xFred Baker also ran. X-Field. SBCOND TIAOE 5'i furlongs loft 5:37'ji, Perrv Brlte, 109 iHtlmi, $13.80. 55 40 $5. first: Star Roval. 109 'Rosen-Rartenl, $3.60, $3 80. second; Bit OScotch, 109 ID. Neal), $29 40, third. Time. 1:07, Pico Blanco. x3Bnd Elder, Clarabel A., Kinff at Arms. Wo Be. Babv Bane, 81r Argo, xSilk Covering and x Foreign Club also ran. x-Field. THIRD RACE 7 furlongs lofl 6 01 1 J ' . Bon Moon, 112 iKingi, $7. $3 80, $3.20. first; Verv French. 106 (Helm. $4.20. $3, second; b. Jillson, 109 iPollardi, $2.80. third. Time. 127. Chatterband. French Biby, Red Comet and Black Velvet also ran. FOURTH RACE Seven furlongs 'Oft R-25'ai. Flvfa.st, 102 ( Rotten gH Men i , S7 00 $4 00. $3.80 first; Marcellna B. 102 iHelmi $7.80. $4 40 second: Nappui. 107 iCoghllll. $5.00 third. Time. 126 1-5. El Cajon. Dunes. Watermark. Let Her Plav Mmhtv Cute Earlv also ran FIFTH RACE! Five and a half furlongs loff 6:50'i. Gold Set. 103 Nacheli, $6.80, $, $20, first; Zizah. 106 lllosen-garthl. $3.20. $2.60. second: Miss Tracer. 10.1 (King), $3.40. third. Time 1 :06 4-5. Arovo Clrande. Nagatha. Thoughtful and Marv Ellen also ran. SIXTH RACE-Five and one-half furlongs (off 7:14'jl. Snorkv, 120 iCoghllll. $7,00. $3.20. $2.20 first: Ervast. 114 iKIngl. J3 20. $2 20 second: Beth Hogan 106 (Grayson i. $2 40 third. Time. 1.06. Deepie, Polly's Folly, Rapid Bells also ran. SEEK 'MOOSE' KRAL'SE Milwaukee, Wis. (P A Milwaukee independent basketball team which plans to enter the Central A. A. U. League is bidding for the services of Ed "Moose" Kraus, famous Notre Dame pivot man. Oaklawn Park Entries FOR MONDAY FIRST RACE Purse $400; claiming; for maiden 2-year-olds: 4 furlongs. Tipover 118xDella Beach ...110 NUrebo 115 Donna Peep ....115 xB. Walsh U3,xEnc T 113 Sally Kevstone . 115; SECOND RACE Purse $400: claiming; 4-vear-oids and up: 5' a furlongs. xBinding Time . 103 Marse Chan 113 Wild Kitty 108 Tollte Young ...l-6 xMarble Girl ..108 Flier 113 xFalsehood 108 Princton 116 xJudge Dixon ..!08;xDawn Patrol ...108 Trice 113xMiss Avondale .103 THIRD RACE Purse $400: claiming; 4-year-olds and up; 5'3 furlongs. Harvey's Choice .U3xPass Order 108 xBarashkova . . . 108 xLuclty Prospero.108 xOverboard 108 xPrmcess 2elda..l03 xPurple Robe . . . 108 xJlmmie L 108 Dixie Binder ...108ixMlss Twinkling. 106 Runanwm 108iJack Howe 103 FOURTH RACE purse S400; claiming; 4-ycar-olds and up: 5'a furlongs. xPana Franka . ,108 Graigco 113 xPrimer 112 Wise Eddie 113 Black Comet ...117xRun On 109 xGreen Wave ..109 Drury 103 xMueller 109 FIFTH RACE The Como Hotel: Purse $400: claiming: for 3-year-olds; mile and 70 yards. xWeilander 113Ze11a 103 Arson 107 Getalong 108 xGrecian King .HOxBosom Pal 112 xHeartv Lad ... 107 Morprin 106 xWild Transit ..1051 SIXTH RACE Purse $400: claiming: 4-vear-olds and up; mile and a sixteenth. xMoronge 109iHold Hard 114 Who Win 114lxAllegretto 109 Orkin IMixBrookhattan ...109 xOrmonttme . , . . 109 xSpinnirig Way ..104 xMore Power . . . 104: SEVENTH RACE--Pur.se $400: claiming; 4-vear-olds and up: mile and 70 yards. Duskv Bov 107Tma Volta 107 Hastv Dude 107Deferred 107 xCm'er Kennedy. 102' Judge Dlrenzo ..11 Luxury 107Ooodestone . Fast Life 107'XLucky Jack . Visionary 107ixSunny Bob . xApprentice allowance claimed. First race at 3:30 p.m. IE. S. T.I. Weather, clear' track, fast. ..102 ..107 ..102 Epsom Downs Entries FOR MONDAY PIRT RACE Purse $fi00; claiming; for maiden 2-vear-old5; 4 furloniis. Aunt Marie 111 i Just Marie Ill Lettv Brown. . . 107 Suzanne Ouetel. 107 Bull Boy 110 Sure Gamble.... 110 His Selection. . . HHxTeedee Ruth,, 106 Viola C 10" xBon Champ... lu'J Heart Balm 107jWhoamt 115 Vassal UO.xPorqua Pass... 102 bECOND RACE Purse $600; claiming: 3-year-olds and up: 52 furlongs. Trv Some lMCampagna ... 10:i Eighty Twenty. 119Cheraw 109 My Letitia 103 xTerwry Lass... 10 I Midson KWxMarmitina ... 109 i WVavward Lad. 114 Chief Scout. . . . lli 'Hudson Bay... 10ti,Lamporte 10H : Grand Cliamp n 1 19 i THIRD RACE Purse $600: claiming; 3-j ypur-dd and up; 5'2 furlongs. , xjudgment .... 114 xLerack 114 j xChauvinism. . . 98 Thoroughfare. . . 10a justice iiogan.. iia xurooKsie xHobnaii li t San Lu 108 Spoiled Boy lOSxAsn Ray 103 Lusty 103!Phvsician 10H Triumphrr .... 108 FOURTH RACE The Ben Milam; purse $700; 4-year-oids and up; 6 furlongs. xCabezo 10? Stroll Along.... 100 Brown Wisdom. 106 xReservist 103 xSad Knight... 105 xShirley B 108 xBrlow Cost. . . 101 FIFTH RACE Purse $600; claiming; ft year-olds and up; 6 lurlonas. xTrombone .... HCiDon Vern 112 Out Bound 112 Chief's Ranger. 110 Le Bruyere. . . . 105 xRoyal Treasure 104 Oriley 110 xBy product. . .. 102 xDownfall .... 105 xPlavinu On... 10b SITH KACE Purse $600: claiming; 4-yir-olds and up: 1 mile. Johnny Shaw.. 119;xPoacock Girl.. 104 xRunnlng Water 104 xBilly Champ.. 109 Scandal Sheet. 109ixTar Water. ... 109 xCommandman. 104,Chehalis 114 xPan Tov 109 SEVENTH RACEPurse $600; claiming' 4-year-olds and up 1 mile. xCross Road ... 109 xBackward Never 9J Tamerlane .... 109i xFinnic 104 King Pin 109 xSarsita 109 xStreet Singer. 10'JxNyack 109 Black Diamond 1 14 xApprentice allowance claimed. Firt rice at 3:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Timet. Weather cloudv: track fast. Agua Calieute Entries FOR SUNDAY FIRST RACE Purse, $400: allowances; maiden 3-year-olds and upwards; one mile. Puna Lad . . . . Bonaeai 105 Iron Knight 101 Tedrito lOo Nalo 105 Little Satin .101 .105 .100 .10.) .108 Crystal Image Tab Captain Larco ll.i Tocaya sccuhu HAt'E purse. $400; claiming; 4-year-olds and upwards; one mile. xFuss Budget , . . 103 O'Bovle 115 Eaotist 115 xMvr'tle C 105 xBlack Paul . . . 110 xRamsav Mac ...110 xPlentv French ,105xQuick Return ..110 xJaz Pal HOCiean Plav 115 THIRD RACE Purse, $400; claiming; 3- vear-olds and upwards; six furlongs. X Frisco Bells ...107:Gold Dollar 11? xMaryse 107!xCrystal Flyer ..105 xCrofton 112xTienette 107 Schooner 117xBowcroft ..112 xJ. W. Grant .112 old Kickapoo ..112 Anneline B. 112 tChub 112 FOURTH RACE -Purse. $400; claiming; 4- verir-olds and upwards; one mile. Demoiselle 110 xWo Be 105 xBud Elder HO xLantv Boy llu xBon Eva 105'xMailliw 110 xSkol! 105 valley n 110 xHaiee llOxDazle On 110 FIFTH RACE! Purse $400: claiming: 3- year-olds and upwards; five and one-half furlongs. xPrincipalitv . . . 108 xSives Pride ..108 xPolly Diskin ..101 Little Broom 113 xManora 103 xCountrv Tom ..108 xEmerv lOB.xDominant Star 103 Genghis Khan . . 1 13'xDonald 108 xLord Algv 108 xBlue Lake 108 SIXTH RACE Purse. $400; claiming; 4- vear-olds and upwards; one mile. xChatter On ....HOxHal Dwver 110 xPlenty Gold 105 Mahomet 115 xDark colleen ..105xParlev Vous ....105 xOur Billy HOTrue Blue Pal ..115 xWestko 110-War Over 115 SEVENTH RACE Purse, $400; claiming; 4-vear-olds and upwards; one mile. xBirdie-Wrack ,-llODacite 115 Sand Boot 113xMUlard 110 xArcon 105 vOrange Plume .110 xCiarabrl A 105 Blunder 115 xStar Roval ... 110 Hindu Jim 115 EIGHTH RACE Purse, $400; claiming: 3-vear-olds and upwards; one mile and seventy yards Z;nn , 1 12 Jillion 112 Peace Princess .107 Master Plumber 112 ono 112 Hlldur Rock 1 12 Salz 112 Vovnce 112 A'go 112 Flower Day 107 Marerha! 112 NINTH RACE Purse. $400: claiming: 3- year-olds and upwards; one mile and seventy yards. Pete 112 Dutch Bov .112 Annie Ormont ..107 Carol Hills 107 Timbiis 112 Brlmsev 112 Tommie Klrnan .112 Leeward 05 Judge Urban . . . 1 12 Plumshot 107 Dancing Jane . . 107 TENTH RACE Purse. $400: claiming: 4- year-olds asd upwards; one mile and nne. sixteenth. Mighty mite ... 105 Sand Baby 110 Poitct, 110 Poor Pan .......110 Pines HOAtclnes 110 Ken Kline 110 ELEVENTH RACE Purse. $400: claiming: 3-year-olds and upwards; six furlongs. Pollv s Follv .. . 105xPeggv J 104 Lamp Black . . . . 109 xGolden Sun ...112 xPop lOoxKapena 101 x.Hophist 109xSir Satin 112 xBarbara Lee . . . 96 TWELFTH RACE Purse, $25,000 added: 3-year-olds and upwards; Agua Oall-ente Handicap; one mile and a quarter. Bonnv raflon. ... 100 Prince Pest 100 On Rush 102 Boardwalker ....111 Sand Baby 90 Pari Miltuel 116 iliiskulus 108 tOallanl Sir 130 tNorthway Stable entry. THIRTEENTH RACE Purse. $500: allowances; 4-year-olds and upwards; claiming, nanaicap: '.wo miles. Bantu llOKlsliw Shasta Monk ... 98 Sour Ma-sh . Chiino 104 Argue Rock Cargo .... 98 Transmission FrHnc.is sevmour 104 FOURTEENTH RACE Purse .102 . 102 .104 .100 $400; claiming; 4-ycar-olds and upwards; mile alio quarter, cni'ie Malicious 107 Mv Own Lad Very French . . 1 03 Plashv Don Fernando ..107 Just Ormont 103 . 98 Montanaro 110 Daredevil 107 I Sol Hawk 107 Run Clemente ...107 ror nay iu.j Koyal Julian 110 xApprentice allowance claimed. Post for first four races. 10:30 a m Post for fifth race 1:30 p.m. Cl'BS CRIPPLED Lynne Nelson. Cub pitcher, was out of commission at the Catalina Island camp for several days last week, with an abce.ssed ear, while Woody English and Bill Jurges each reported a slight eye infection. GO IP Clyde Humphreys, southpaw, and Inflelder Bill Crittenden have graduated from the Wheeling Middle Atlantic League club to Norfolk of the Piedmont League. They Boot Your Winners Home Y , i I j -i I It has always been a question of which is more important in a horse race the horse or the jockey. But here are seven reasons to say that the pilot is the big . factor. In the center there's the "Flying Dutchman," Ernie Litzenberger, and on the left from top to bottom are Bobby Jones, Johnny Gilbert and Silvio Coucci. Over on the right, in the same order, are Don Meade, Earl Porter and Charley Gilbert. Fair Grounds Entries FOR SUNDAY FIRST RACE Purse $400; claiming; 4-year-olds and up; six furlongs. xLady Calistoga 112xLike Sweep ....105 xChautcsuta ...105 Step Pretty ....105 xCharhe 112ixNuttins 100 xPatricia McKeon ..ixBlatola 112 107Prmce Plato 117 Gorgeous 1120ctavia 105 SECOND RACE Purse $400; claiming; 4-vear-olds and up: six furlongs. xPass Christian .lOOxTiempo 108 Honohina 115 xTinv Wrack ...102 xMorehcart 105 xRoval Sport ...113 xBurituu 113Lugen Luugage .113 xParadeStep . . . 105'xFlving Hume ..105 Cotton Time ...107Hot Shot 115 itiiitu kale purse $100; claiming; Slouchat ... xBetty U. . . Hero Olga .. Thistle Guv xWracla . . . 109 Brilliant Baby .100 99 Mere Wave ....105 104 xlndian Lore ..100 109 xRishi Ill 99Congenlal 104 105 iVndical-ed 112 xEmma's Pet FOURTH RACE Purse S400: claiming: 3-vear-olds; mile. Pauls Valley . . . 100 xUnbellef 107 Fawn Leap . . . . 104,Kiss;e 107 xSir -Jacob 107 Mint .Memories ..104 xWhite Man . . . 108 xshoteur 108 xHoney Bear . . 1 04 Fleckel !!. Bismarck 107 Prince Charlo ..109 FIFTH RACE Purse $400: rlaimirto- 4-ve;ir-old.s and up: mile and a sixteenth. Three Daggers . . 110 xSeth'a Ballot ...107 Jesemolu 105 xBourhnn Prince 105 Blast i 112 Bob Weidel 112 Pacheeo 112 x.Star Brook 105 xLuke Connell ,.105A0e Furst 107 xThistle Fvrn . . 102 xBeneal Tiger . 107 SIXTH RACE-Pur.se $400; claiming; for fillies and mares; 4-year-olds and up, mile. xlmelda 106 xJessie Carey ..10fi xToo Late 104!xMlllefiore '..I! ,.103 xJust Imagine . . 113:xPantaloons 108 xsurly 112xLiumage 116 Justina Ill SEVENTH RACE Purse S400; claiming; 4-year-olds and up: mile. xRoval See . . . . 104 xFelaxe 107 xTimon 107 Llght Mint 112 Town Limit 107xPennant Bearer 107 xMary McCarthy 102jxCatwalk 105 Thistle Ann lll xSlmon 109 Upon HOixUarkest Hour . 105 EIGHTH RACE- Purse S400; claiming; 4-veai-olds and up: mile and an eighth. xBen Bernie ....108(iold Ridge ....lis xOur Pal 110 xBlighter 110 xMv Betty 105 XThe Bigamist . 108 xSurepop HOxCordon Bleu ...107 Jack Murphy ,.115xCurrv Girl ....105 xChirlero HOII.ord Dean ... 115 NINTH RACE iSubslitutei Purse $100; clatmine: 4-vcar-olds- and up: mile. xDon Pablo 109 Invester 114 xCapponuin 103 Santa Rntna .,..103 xRaco Extra 109 xLovs Ormont ...100 Jayee 114 xDr. Billv 109 cupidity i05 Westv's Twinkle xCornelia Powell 102 Constance Ann .103 .104 xnipiciiLir.e allowance claimed First race at 3:30 u.m, E. S. T. Weather clear; track fast. Fair Grounds Selections By CHARTMAN First Charlie, Gorceous, Blatola. Second Ticmpo, Honohina, Hot Shot. Third Indian Lore, Vindicated. Rishi. Fourth Sir Jacob, Mint Memories, Kissle. Fifth Pacheeo, Thistle Fyrn, Seth's Ballot. Sixth Pantaloons, Plumage, Surly. Seventh Simon, Town Limit, Pennant Bearer. Eighth Chiclero, Ben Bernie, Blighter, BEST TIEMPO. Epsom Downs Selections By CHARTMAN First Aunt Marie, Sure Gamble, Just Marie. Second Campagna, Grand Champion. Eighty Twenty. Third Justice Logan, Lerack, Physician. Fourth Stroll Along, Sad Knight, Cabczo. Fifth Don Vern, Outbound, Byproduct. Sixth Tar Water, Running Water. Peacock Girl. Seventh Nyack, Street Singer, Black Diamond. BEST TAR WATER. POI.O TITLE PLAV AT CIIICARO ine mrioor polo championships will be played at Chicago. April 21. 24. 26 and 28. There will be In ad dition an East-West match. The matches will be played in the 124th Field Artillery Armory, Chicago, it Is officially announced. Fair Grounds Results FIRST RACE li furlongs; off 3:33'a Santanoer, 110 iLowryi, $4 20. S2.2j. S2.20, first: Barrido. 110 iJacobsi. $2.40. S2.60, second; Eugene O'Sullivan, 110 tjuliani, $7. third Tune. 1:13 2-5. Itso. Fox Squirrel. Atlas. Thistle Tom, Actuaries and Lothario also ran. SECOND RACK- six furlongs; loff 3:58'jl. Inglenook 110, (Jiillani. $37.40, $10 20, $3.80, first; Last Sand 113. tLcv-l.indi, $3 40. $2.60. second: Moiikevshine 110. iPetrellai, $3.00. third. Tune 1:13 2-"w Forget Not. Raffler Con Exlra Man. Aufkor, Vonnie and Ultimate Vole also ran. THIRD RACE six furlongs; toff 4:2:i PeeUccque 114, iCIieatliam i , $11.00, $5.20. $3 00, lirst; Babesoli 112, Ijuliulii. $3.20. $2,(10, second; Fair Duchess 98, ijacob.sl. S3. 20, third. Time 1:12 3-5. Doeskin, Vicki and Customer also ran. FOURTH RACE Mile and an eichth. i Off 4:50m. Our Sandv. 108 illankal. $41.60. S16.20, $10 60. first; Cara Domus. 103 ijacobsi. S3. 40, $3. second; Lazy Mary, 108 ijuliam. $5.40, third. Time. 1:53. xMillefiore, Betty Barrett. xClare B''e. Bu.sv ToiiKile. xTar.an. First Regiment. Mad A., Irfaneh and Moorish Amulet also ran. xFiekl. FIFTH RACE Four furloilES fofr 5:19'. Cursants. 117 iHasi. S6. -10, $3 80. $'1.60. flrsf Our Mae. Ill 'Jacobs'. SO 80. $3 10. recona; tEtldie J.. 110 'l.eyhnidi. S3, third. Tune. 46 4:i inew truck iccoiU'. Sweep M"th. Charlie Dawn, Cyiiwvd, Base G.ii, almiierlal Belsy and Poet Prince also ran, a Odessa and Imperial Farm entry. SIXTH H ACE 1 and 1-16 miles I oil 5 44'ji. War Tide. 110 iliaas'. $3. $2 40. $2.60, first; Chief Geronimo. 97 'Jacoosi, S3 40 Si2.00. second: Bright Spirits 113 tLeylamli S3 80 third. Time 1:46 4-5. Just Mrs. Baegaleway and Gold Tip also ran. SEVENTH RACE One mile lofl B:in'i. Canteron. 112 ijacobsi. $7 00. S3. 60. $2 80 first; Foxlalld Hull. 112 'Levland'. $4.20, S3. 20 second; Screen Idol. 107 iDouirher-tvi. S6.40 third. Time, 1:40 1-5. xBuddv Apolis. Justina. Pennant Bearer, Tne Or-le.mian Star Plav. Alcove. St. Nazaire, x.h'irv R . also ran. x-Field. EIGHTH RACE Mile and a sixteenth toff 6:421. Luke Connell, 106 iliaas). $9 29. S3 20. $2.80. first: Pltnnat'c. 107 Uuliani, $3. $2.28. second: Abe Furst. 110 iSeabot. $6.40. third. Time--1:46. Vaca-bond. Abstain. SedKie, Royal Purchase and Too Late also ran. Oaklawn Park Results FIRST RACE 5'i furlongs; mft 3'36'jl. Alkali 112. iHartl. $37.40. $10 00. $4 00. first; Mentality 112. 'Sylvester!, S3. 00. S3. 20. second; Toltec 112. iPelersi $2.80, third. Tune 1:07. Rendezvous, escort, Elegy, Authora. Red Flicker, Google and Aerial Trumpet also ran. SECOND RACE Six furlongs lofT at 4:12i. Bad Axe. Ill iRolllnsl $17.60. 7.40, $5 00. first: xjustlec B.. 105 'Lowel. .60, S4 20. second; Butch, 110 (J. Martini. $5.20. third. Time. 1:14. I Little Barney. Beau Cavalier, Birthday Gift. xMaster Ogdcn, Mike Reynolds Friend John. Prince Macaw and Marabou also ran. xp'ielri. THIRD RACE Six furlongs (off 4 44'i. Charming sir. 108 (Petersl. $11.60. J5 40. $3.80, first; Mature. U3 'Rollins'. $5 00. $3.40, second; Copaln. 110 iG, Arnold'. $5 00, third. Time. 1:13. Hearty Lad. Hildur Prince. Northvale. Mervin B.. Morning Crv and Dian also ran. FOURTH RACE -Mile and a slxteen'h lofT 5:21). Who Win. 116 (Dupuv. 4.80, $3.80, $3. first; Northern Spv. 11 (Petersi, S5.20, S2.80, second; Dark Avr, 116 (Wat. soni. $2.80. third. Time, 1:46. Bill Southam. Wild Hour. Lawver. More Power and Swagger Stick also ran. FIFTH RACE Mile and a sixteenth (frf 5:57i. Saxod Ladv. 11 (Stuller. $4 80 $3.40. $3 40. first, Paul T.. 115 (McCovl, $5.40. $3.60. second; Blind Rafterv. iol tKnaopi, $4.20. third. Time. 1:45 2-5. Santerno. Sweet Oal and Jim Ormont ais0 ran. SIXTH RACE Mile and 70 vaids off B:32-i. Lail Drver. 105 'Galther'. $4 00 $2 CO. 2M firsi; John Mill, 110 iStulleri, $2 80. $2 60 second: Allegretto. 110 'Manifold). $3 40 third. Tune. 1:45 2-5. Orkin. Boh6v Powers also ran SEVENTH RACE Mile and a sixteenth. 'Off 7:09'ji. Our Johnnv, 112 'Manifold), S6.40. $4. $3,40, first: Miss Hutclie-son. 104 )Irfwei. $8 80, $5 20. second: Morocco. 109 iPatersl. $4 20 third. Time, 1 46 3-5. Mental Cream, Last Attempt. Fliisnine. George K., Prince WestEnd. Cft-bainla al.so ran. International League Praises J. B. Corbett An unusual resolution was passed at the meeting of the International League in New York reornl.lv. lnitri- ing John B. Corbett for his handling of the situation at Jersey City. It was revealed that Corbett has be come the real owner of the Jcrs-ny franchise and, he was praised for the promptness wi),h which he met all the club's obligations and his suc- I cess In reducing its debts. I " Epsom Downs- Results Favttte Prince. 112 iHuuhesi. $8.90. $3.90, $4.10 first; Loftv Heights, 112 ID. Taylor), S7 80. So. 3'). second; rown Slippers. 101 iP.choni. 9.70. third. Time, 1:07 1-5. Centennial. More Anon. Lovely Amelia and Roy Crofur also ran. SECOND RACE 6 furlongs; off 4:07. Cold Check. 108 iKurstingeri. J8 60, $3.80 $3.50, first; Le Bruyere. 107iCralgi. $3,411, $3.20, second; Rizla. 97 iWillhltei. $6.40. third. Time. 1:12 3-5. Broomsliot. Uluniu. Black Stockings, Sand. Runner and Grat-lan al.'O ran. THIRD RACE Six furlongs. 'Off 4:40i Forcelul 109 iHughest. $9.30. 13 10. $3.10. first: Altena. 102 iN. Walli, $2,80. $2.70. .second; Traplou. 105 iCraigi. $3.70. third. Time. 1:14 1-5. Willie Klein. Laniporte and divert also ran. FOURTH RACE 5'i furlongs lotf 5:09'j). Trinchera, 128 iSchuttei, $4.80. $4 30 $3.10. first; Bing Crosby, 115 i Montgomery i. $13. $4.70. second; aTer-alice. 115 iKurtsingeri. $3. third. Time. 1:05 4-5. aPolvdorus, Zekiel. Up. Broad Meadows and Blue Day also ran. u.tlelstein entry. FIFTH RACE - Mile and a sixteenth (off S oO'ji. A-Quatre Bras II, 115 (C. E. Alleni. $4.20. $2.50. S2.50 first: Frank O-inout, 94 (Montgomery!. $13 00. $5 30 s.u-ond' Fortunate Youth. 100 (N. Walli. $7.30 third. Time. 1:47 4-5. Repaid Clarify. A-Srideaw ay. Rip Van Winkle, Bahamas. Cursor. Jim Damlv and Pot nu Brooms also ran. A-Tlirce D's Stock P'-inn Entry, SIXTH RACE Mile (oft 6:231. Line Rider 111 'McCunel. $3.50. $5.40. $4.70 lirst' xMonk's First. 106 iHughesi. $30 80. $9.10 second; Popo. 106 ( Will 111 tP I . $9.50 third. Time 1:41 1-5. Prince Mexican, Portmanteau, Excellency, Haramzada, Backward Never. xGlen Feu. Seymour, Makinp Bubbles also ran. x-Field. SEVENTH RACE One mile (off 5:581. Jack Collins. Ill i Hughes. $9.50, $4.50, $3.90, first; Lahor. 116 (Westropei. $3 80, $3.70. second; Flaunt. 106 (Courtney!, $13.50. third. Time 1:41 1-5. Sam Pass, Eva Jane, Finnic, Quiver and Winged Wind also ran. CLEMENTS SIGNED Charles Clements, an outfielder who starred In the Winter leagues in California, has been signed by Frank Wetzel, the new Omaha West cm League manager. British Empire Football Results London, March 17 (VP) Football matches lpayed in the British Isles todav resulted as follows: KNOLISH LEAGUE, FIRST DIVISION ChPlf-ra. 0: Shrilield. Wednesday. 1. Dorhv County. 0; Sunderland. 0 Livmwo!. 4; Birminffhfim. 1. Rhrntdd Unilrd. 4: Newcastle United, 0. Stoke City 2: Midrilrsbroueh. 0 Tottenham Hotspurs. 2; West Bromwlch Albinn. 1. Wolvfrhnmpton Wanderers, 6 Black-hnrn Rovers. 3. Other matches unplayed account of rain. I SECOND DIVISION Bolton Wanaeirrs. 2; Southampton, 0. Bradford. 5; Swansea Town, 1. Hrentford, I: Blncknool. 0. Burnlfv, 4; Bradford City. 2. Grlmthv Town, 5: Mlllwall. 2. Mnnrhrster United 1; Fulham. () Nottimiham Forest. 6; Lincoln City. 2. Oltihiin Athletic. 5: Port Vale. 1, Plymouth Aravle. 1; Hull CitV. 1. Preston North Knd. 2; Notts County, 0. WrM Ham United. 3; Bury. 1. TMIPD DIVISION SOUTHERN SECTION Bnurnemom h. 0: New Port, 0. HrWtoi Rovers. 1; Brighton, 1. c.iifiitr citv n: Norwich ritv. 2. Chiirlton Athletic. 1; Querns Park Rii'lET.. 2. Coventrv Citv. 2: Luton Town. 2. C'rvf-ni P;i!hcc. 0: Swindon Town, 0. Exeter City. 2; Bristol CILv. 0. (Mllinrjhnm. 1: Clpton Orient. 1. Rrnflinrr. 2; Northampton Town. 2, Soul lirnd United. 1 : Aldershot, 0. Wiit lord .": Torqunv United 0. THIRD DIVISION. NORTHERN SECTION Arcnnnton Stanley. 8; New Brighton, 0- .Mnrnslev. 2; Cluster. 0. Che.st f rlleld. 2; Rot lierhnm United. 1. Pat linalon. 4: Halifax Town. 2. Ovtrshnid. 'I: Crewe Alexandra. 1. Unrllepools United. 7: Barrow. 0. Mansfield Town, 1; Doncaster Robers 1. Rrxhrtnle :i; Wnlsnll, :j. South port. 1 : Stock porrit County, 4. Tranmrrfi Covers. 3; York Citv. 0. Wrexham. 8: CarlMe United. 1. .SCOTTISH IEACiUE. FIRST DIVISION Aberdr rn-Hamiiion unpin vert. Avr United (i; Cowden heath, 3 CIvde. 1; Queens Park. 1. Dundee. 4: Aininromnns 0. Falkirk. 2; Hearts, 1. Hibernians 1 ; Critic, 2. Ntolherwell. 2: Patrick Thistle. 3. Rnn-Trs. 2: Kilnn- rnork. 2. Ht, Johnstone. 4: Queen of South 0. Third L r n a r k 1 : SI Mlrrrn, 5. RKCOND DIVISION Alloa 1 : Morton 1 . Arbroath. 2: Brerhtn C'y X Dumbartoin. 2; East. SM Jintr 0. '.'unferniline. 11; Albion Robers. 2, Forfar Athletic. 1; B,f,s Fife. I). Leiih Athletic. 2; Kincis Pnrk. 0. Montrose. 4; St. Bernards, 2 Sienhoueemulr, 4; Dunde United 0 THE EAGLE'S RACING CHART HIALEAH PARK Compiled by the Associated Press Hiaheal Park Race Track, Miami, Fla., March 17 The final day of the Winter meeting of the Miami Jockey Club. Forty-five-day meeting. Mutucls. AQ-i FIRST RACE $700; claiming price $2,500; lor maiden two-year-olds; HOO nursery course; three furlong! straightaway). Start good; won drlv- Ing: place same. Post. 2:19; otf. 2:23. Owner. Oeorge D. Widener. Trainer, W. inaex Starters wt. P. Running 429 nCheka 113 4 450 rake 107 2 467 Evangelist 110 9 457 Bank Holiday 110 7 435 Svnod 110 11 414 Banish Fear 107 10 407 aOrasswrack 110 $ 2 400 Blackblrder 110 1 3 429 Gammon lll'i 8 11 457 Last Minute 110 3 443 Anacreon 109 5 so. D. wiaener-Mrs. o. v. wiaener entry. HEATI1I K CLEAR; TRACK GOOD. No scratches. Ml Tl tl,S Cheka pair .1.0, 3.0, t.l.OA; Fake, $5.50. $4.10; Evangelist. SS.90. Cheka was hard ridden all the way and helo on gamely. Fake, awav very fast ran a game race. Evangelist was running strongest of all at the finish. AC A SECOND RACE $700; Claiming p six furlongs. Start good; won 2:54'b. Winner, b. f 3, bv Boot to Boot Trainer, same, value. $525. lime, l:u Kuunina Ind.'X Smrtrrs Wt. P. St. '4 438 Bartering Kate 106 7 3 13951 Ladogan 114 3 2 2'i 422' Davoc 114 6 7 414 427" Lofty Ladv 102 2 6 5' 438 Mint de Mle ... 95 5 4 6 444 Theron 108 4 1 3"2 428 Tumble In 102 1 5 7 WEATIIKR THREATENING: TRACK Scratched Hastv Belle. Polly Cee. Ml I I U.S Bartering Kate paid 18 Davnr. 3.00. Bartering Kate saved ground and dls Ladogan made a determined bid In stre uavoc closed some ground. ACC THIRD RACE $700: claiming pr and up: six fiwiongs. Start otf, 3:25'2. Winner, blk. f.. 4. by Haste i u. Alexandra. Value, $525. Time, 1:11. Running Index. Starters. Wt. P. st, I40H Quickly 10 1 2 IMi 2" 31 'a 4' 5 'a 399" Claremont 109 5 1 447 Gallic 107 4 5 426" Machllla Ill 6 3 316 Inflate 96 3 4 398 Bell Man 103 2 6 WEATHER CI.OI!DY: TRACK FAST. Scratched The Gen. MIITUEI.S Quickly paid $3.70. $3.90. Quickly, opened wide gap and, under mont broke running, but could not keep pa 4fifi FOURTH RACE $2,500 added; T w" two. year-aids which have won (straightaway!. Start pood: won driving Winner, br. f.. 2. bv Haste Nerva. Ow E. Slewart. Value, $3,270. Time, -34. rtimnlntt innex. atariers. wt. p. 43 Hasty Olance llfi '3371 aForever Young 122 423 Anqellc 116 337' xWise Prince 117 14361 Fraidy Cat 119 i423i Little Lie 119 436" Dasher 117 14141 Black Gift 117 423 bNew Pin 116 423" Love Sick 116 t386l bNo Saint 119 337 aSRblln 117 42!) xManual 117 436" Prosecutor 117 1 13 6 3 7 2 14 11 12 10 4 aGrfentree Stable-Manhasset Stable WEATIIKR C'l.Ol DY; TRACK FAST. Scratched Dander. MI TUKI.S Hasty Glance paid X0S.M. $1,110; Angelic, X8.30. Hasty Glance was rushed to the front, gamely. Forever young ran straight do Angelic finished with a rush and was ga ACf FIFTH RACE $10,000 added; The mile and a furlong. Start cood. 4:32'2. otf. 4:37'2. Winner, blk. c. 3. meade Stable. Trainer, R. A. Smith. Va :11 3-5. :23 1-5, :34 4-5, :47, .59, 1:11 1-5, Running iuui-x. omners. Wt. P. St. i4 str. Fin. .114 10 7 8"i 9 8' 3'a l"a .118 8 5 6" B'i 4'a 2'a 2"" .118 6 9 9'' 8h 5h 41 4 .118 2 11 1 lij 4' .113 4 8 5'.a 5" 7' 5' 5"a .118 1 2 4 "2 4' 3i 6" 6" .113 7 6 7' 7' 9' 8 7' .118 3 4 3' 2H4 2"2 7 8" .118 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 .118 5 3 2 3" 6'i 9'a 10 417" Time Clock. (3391 (4171 Agrarian Boy Valet '4031 Soon Over. 1 i aCoeque! 424- nSomebodv 424 Fire Mask... 382 Chance Flight 381 Naval Cadet. 417' Bittvblt aD. Paee-W. Graham entry. wratcnec nciv. uisastcr. WKATIIKR CLEAR. TRACK FAST. Ml n'H.S Time Clock paid S32.10, Valet, S4.-.MI. Time Clock was taken out and aroun stl'elch he was on the outside and "und won going away. Agrarian came around t closed with a powerful rush in last th ride in the final drive. Coequel made a turning out ol the back stretch. Chanc out 01 all contention and never recovered. 468 SIXTH RACE $1,000; The St. Patrick: for three-year-olds and up; six furlongs, start good. Won easilv. place HHvtnc Dn.i nrt 5:20. Winner, b. g. 4. by Black Toney-Frizeur. Owner, Mrs. John Hay Whitney. Trainer, J. w. Healy. Value, $700. Time. 1:102-5. Index. Starters. wt. P. St. ', sir. Fin. 425" Crowning GIorv.102 8 2 1'2 1' l"a P 424" Flying Sailor.. 108 7 5 5' 4' 2 2 445" Happv Go 105 4 3 2 2' 3" 3 394 Pastrv 108 3 6 8 6 5' 41, 374" Gift of Roses.. 108 1 1 3' 3'a 4" 5' 338 At Top 103 2 7 7" 7"' 6'i fi 445 Disaster 100 6 4 4'a 5' 7" 7i2 B'dway Lights. 108 5 8 8 8 8 8 HEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. Mi l l EI.S Crowning Glory paid $7.10, $3.40, $.8(l; Flylnr Sailor, $3.10. $2,901 Happy Go. S3. 50. Crowning Glory drew away In stretch and won nicely in hand. Flying Sailor moved up very fast and outgamed Happy Go. The latter tired badly. ACQ SEVENTH RACE $700; claiming price, $3,000 to $2,500; for three-year-oldi and up; seven furlongs lout of chutet. Start good. Won easily Plar driving. Post. 5:58, Off. 6:01. Winner, ch. f. 3, by Reign Count-Laughing Lady Owner, Mra. W. P. Stewart. Trainer, W,. J. McKnight. Value, $525. Timi Running Index. Starters. Wt. P. St. ' 352 Ladv Reigh 105 5 4 2" (4121 Madwlnd 115 2 6 6 (4091 Mv Purchase. . .115 15 4' 359' Chrysmute ....100 3 3 3 453' One Chance. . .114'.a 6 1 5'a 421' Fancy Flight... 102 4 2 1' No scratches. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. Mt'Tl'ELS Lady Relgh paid $13.00, $1.60, $3.30; Madwlnd, $3.20, $2,50- My Purchase, m.1.20. Ladv Reigh assumed lead lu stretch and drawing away won nicely In hand Madwlnd closed fast. My Purchase circled field and finished gamely. Rod and Gun -By RAY Thls pillar has been on a statistics hunting expedition during the past few weeks with the intent to broadcast to all and sundry If the figures confirmed its suspicions as they did that this business of angling and hunting is more than a sport but big industry with John Q. Public getting the lion's share of the profits. The picture uncovered actually exceeds any conception I ever had. I give you It in part: In the State of Wisconsin, H. W. MacKcnzle, chief warden, Is the authority for the statement that it would cost the State at least $40,-000,000 to go into the game market to replace the various kinds of game killed within Its borders during 1D32 the last year for which figures were available. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1933, a total of 199.667 hunting licenses were sold In Wisconsin bringing $179,700.30 to the State. Other Wisconsin licenses and revenues were; deer tags, 69.520, at $1 each; non-resident fishing licenses. 41,044, with a return of $110,818.70; rod and reel licenses, 51.859, bringing $46,672.59, and other non-resident licenses, $6,750. In Wisconsin thpre is a peculiar situation. Although only a comparatively small number of fishing licenses 51,859 were issued, the State does not require residents who fish with a pole and line only to take out a license. "I would say that at the present time," Mac- Kenzie wrote, "there are at least five times as many pole and line fishermen as there are those who Winner, b. g 2. by oaletian aovieua. P. Muiholland. Value. lime, 35. St Str r'ln Joclceva Odds. positions. Eaulv. 5 4 8 1 7 S lVa Walls 1 93 2' Reniclc 3 90 3Va Saunders 5.0 4'a R. Jones 4.60 5' Robertson 10.80 e Meade 1350 7 Malley 195 Bl Coucci 31 20 9" Oarner 10.10 10" Renick 72.50 11 Gilbert 29.40 2i, 5' 4 3 8 7' 9 10 10 11 rice $1,750 to $1,250; for three-year-olds; driving: place easily. Post. 2:53!'a: off, Blackeyed Kathleen. Owner, C. Frosch. 2-5. Positions Enulv. Sir Kin Jockeys. Odds. 1 Saunders 3.40 2" Coucci 80 3',i Gilbert 6.90 4B Porter 9.80 5' Litzenberger 8.60 8" Tipton 55.20 7 Rcmck, 104.60 1",: 2 5 4'2 6" 3 7 1 'a 2' 3'j 41 (i'J 5' 7 GOOD. 80. 3.;o, $3.70; Ladogan, $2.90. $2.40 played unusual gameness by holding on. tch but could not make the winner stop. $2 000 to $1,500; for three-year-olds good: won easily; place same. Post. 3:23; Stephanie. Owner, J. E. Smallman. Trainer, Positions Va Str Equlv. Odds. .85 . 2.80 . 13.40 . 4.70 fin 1' 2' 3' 4" 5". a locxeva Wright Litzenberger Hunter 1' 2" 3" 4", 1" 2" 3 4" 5" Porter Maschek 14.90 Reniclc 59.10 5 $.'..-.0; Claremont, $2.60. $.0; Gallic, a steady ride easily held race safe. Clare ce with the winner, Gallic closed gamely, he Hialeah Juvenile Championship; for a race; nursery course; three furlongs : place same. Post. 3:54; off. 3:58'2. ner Mrs. P. A. B. Widener. Trainer. D. Posklons EqUIV. Fin. Jockeys. Odds. 1' Gilbert 31.75 2" Coucci 4.70 3h Litzenberger 12.30 4' Yowell 10.80 5 Corbett 9.10 6" Meade 2.50 71 Saunders 39.60 8' Garner 22.10 9" R. Jones 3.40 10" Robertson 18.40 11' Walls 3.49 12' Wright 4.70 Str. 1' 2" 4u2 6'a 5" 3'a 71 8' 9'a 11' 10' 12' 3' 13' Tipton 10.80 14 Burke 70.60 14 ntry. aMrs. J. H. Whitney entry. xField. $?.").10, $14.80; Forever Young, $3.50, displayed excellent sneed and stood drive wn the outside and made a game effort, inlng rapidly on the leaders. Florida Derby; for three-year-olds; on won ridden out. place driving. Went, by On Watch-Milfoil. Owner, Brook- lue, $10,075. $2,000, $1,000. $500. Time, 123 3-5, 1:49 1-5. Positions. EqutT, Odds. .$15.05 . 2.00 . 4.60 . 6.40 . 3.70 . 3.70 . 53.80 . 9.30 . 18.50 . 34.40 Workman Meade ... Coucci .., Robertson . Corbett . . , Gilbert 9' Heigle Wright $13.90, $6.30; Agrarian, $1.00, $3.30; Boy d field going around long turn, Entering er a powerful ride, closed gamely ana he inside horses entering stretch and ree furlongs. Soon Over tired under the game etlort. somebody dropped oacK e Flight tired. Naval Cadet was knocked Blttybit tired badly. Enuiv. Odds. .... $2.53 .... 2.70 .... 6 10 .... 11.40 .... 3.10 ....104 40 .... 21.50 09 Porter Wright Litzenberger Gilbert Coucci Ruder Roberts .... Meade Positions. EqulT. Odds. .$5.50 . 1.50 . 3.50 .12 20 '.a ', str. 2 2",4 l1' 4' 3d 3'a 3 4 4 5' 5' 5' 6 6 6 1' l'"a 2' Fin. Jockeys. 1- Meade ,,,, 2" Wright .... 3' Jones 4h Porter .... ".a Bcjshalc 9.50 6 Hunter 4,40 BUFF- use the rod and reel." This would put the number of Wisconsin resident anglers at more than 300.000. Here ln New York State. Con-Eervation Commissioner Lithgow Osborne supplied the following fig. urcs liom Albany, for the year ending June 30, 1933: Resident combination huntlntr. fishing, trapping licenses, 435,737; non-resident, 1,936; non-resident fishing, 5,301; alien combination, 490, and alien fishing, 640. Special deer licenses numbered 69.711. When totaled the revenues re-ccived by the State from these licenses run over a million dollars. Osborne explained that inasmuch as all licenses Issued to residents are for fishing, hunting and trapping, there was no way to te.l liow many persons used them for hunting only, for fishing only or lof both. None of these figures, of course, apply to salt water angling. Pennsylvania's figures for 11-censed hunters were the most amazing. During 1933 the board of game commissioners of the Keystone commonwealth licensed 525.682 rest, dent hunters and 5,084 non-residents. New Jersey issued 118,688 com-blncd hunting and fishing licenses during 1932. with H. J. Burlington, secretary of the fish and game board, estimating that, nn were hunters and 40 percent flsh- cimen. ueorge Warren, president of the board, also estimated thai there were half a million salt water fishermen who are not licensed.

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