The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on January 15, 1932 · 15
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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1932 1," BULDOGS To Tackle Withrow. "Western And Walnut Hills To Batile Today Other High School Basket Ball Tilts. Victorious in the opening game of the Cincinnati Public High School League, the Woodward "Bulldogs" will be out to make it two in a row, when they encounter Withrow, at Walnut Hills High School Gymnasium, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Bulldogs took a one-point decision, last week, when they defeated Western Hills High in a thriller, 26 to 25, while Withrow was also victorious, winning over Hartwell with comparative ease. 28 to 20. Although the "Big Reds" are favored to win, the tilt between Hughes and Hartwell, at the University of Cincinnati, is expected to be interesting, as Coach Ed Krueck's quintet has always found the Valley team difficult. A number of high-class games are cn the card for tonight, with Greater Cincinnati High School League game, at Purcell High School Gymnasium, likely to attract considerable attention because of the machine-like precision with which the Roger Bacon quintet has been mow ing down the competition. The Spartans opened the league season last week by trimming Xavier with 25 points to spare, and then crossed the river and won their fifth consecutive game by beating Isewport, Ky., for the second time this season. In another Greater On cinnati came. Elder is to meet Xavier High, at the Field House. Following is the schedule: Afternoon Hughes vs. Hartwell, at University of Cincinnati, at 3 o'clock; Woodward vs. Withrow, at Walnut Hills High School Gymna sium at 3 o'clock; Newport (Ky.) Girls, at University School, at 3 o'clock. Tonight Roger Bacon, at Purcell High, at 8 o'clock; Elder vs. Xavier University High, at Xavier "U" Field House, at 7:30 o'clock. Walnut Hills, at Western Hills High, at 7:30 o'clock; Middletown, Ohio, at Norwood, at 8 o'clock; Lockland, at Reading, at 7:30 o'clock; Western Hills Night, at West Night High, at 8 o'clock; Ohio Military Institute, at East Night High, at 8 o'clock; Dayton (Ohio) Oakwood, at Wyoming, at 7:30 o'clock; Mount Healthy, at St. Bernard, at 7:30 o'clock; Highlands, at Bellevue, Ky at 7:30 o'clock; Walton, Ky., vs. Lloyd Memorial, at Erlanger, Ky., at 7:30 o'clock; Dayton, Ky., at Ludlow, Ky., at 7:30 o'clock; Newport, Ky., at Corinth, Ky., at 8 o'clock; Florence, Ky., at Burlington, Ky. Tomorrow Night Cynthiana, Ky.. at Covington, Ky., at 7:30 o'clock. THE WINNERS. JEFFERSON PARK. Bill Llltl (J. Battista) lSO-100 Night Cry T. P. Martin) 310-100 Smoldrrlnac P. Garrlty) 140-100 Uertrude Reade (J. Neell J10-100 Msitiia Mater (J. Baltlsta) 820-100 R.-d Tam (H. Tinker) 400-100 Vltiy (IV. Garner) 860-100 HIALEAH PARK. Son Hit (L. Wells) 18-100 Chlltenny E. Ambrose) 310-100 Playfole (B. Hanford) 1H0-100 Prince Tokalon (H. Mills) 180-100 Flying Heels (A. Knlder) 330-100 Soulhc-o (J. Bejshak) 140-100 Outburst (R. Mozer) 330-100 ENTRIES AND WEIGHTS. HAVANA. just what the doctor ordered. Freddie has improved by leaps and bounds since the Battalino afi'air. He proved that he is ready for another shot at Bat's crown by giving Johnny Datto, hard-hitting Cleveland Filipino, the most artistic lacing of his career Wednesday night. Freddie showed the cash customers a much-improved right hand. He showed a vast improvement in the gentle art of infighting, along with being in much better physical condition than ever before. And another thing, you can bet your bottom dollar that Bat won't come tearing out of his corner and hit Freddie a damaging blow on the whiskers this time. Harry Heilmann is back in "great shape" again, according to President Sidney Weil, of the Cincinnati Reds. Harry, according to reports, hit a number of sizzling line drives off the "puzzling delivery" of Leo Durocher. The heavyweight championship is more disgusting than it was the niffrt Jack Sharkey lost to Herr Max fchmeling on n foul. Ever since, this and that paiooka demands a chance at Maxie, and, with the exception of Stripling, none has been accommodated by him. The only way to settle the cauliflower scramble would be to throw Sharkey, Strlbling, Walker and Camera into a room and have them take part in an old-fashioned battle royal. The final survivor would then be entitled to a shot at Maxie. Hack Wilson is still telling the world that he thought the Cardinals were spoofing him when they sent him a contract for $7,500. Maybe so, but the real spoofing took place last summer, when the pitchers threw Hack into all those double-play balls and balls that wouldn't hop out of the park. Votel-Stewart Tilt . On Again Tomorrow First Race Pne $00: ens, foits and geldings; two furlnncs: I'.v.wanre; mnid- two-year-olds; Column KlKht ...115 Pred Scott 113 tMelcher UH Principality lis Benedict lis Billy Bob 115 Foolish One lis Edeyess lift tDorsays 118 Lerack lis Wooly West lib Hopuliklt 115 tF. Tyler entry. tJ. H. Louchelm entry. Second Race Purse SSO0 four-year-olds and upward; mares; six furlongs. Thistle Billle 109 Fair Atina 107 St. Agnes 112 Free Helen 107 Lang 107 Princess Virginia. 112 Shield 109 Cherry May 109 claiming; (or for fillies and Queen Towton . .107 Panama Kilons Dark Ayress Ranch Lass . Best Maifou . Germaine Chauvelot . ...in . .1C4 ..11?. ..109 ..112 Third Race Purse JR00: clalmlnR: maidens; for three-year-olda and upward; one mile and 50 yards Swarm Ill Chiefs Troubadour 98 Cabaret .108 Meg Merrtlles ..106 Lady Hay Ill Black Finn 116 Golden Title lt'-b Pantacruel 11H Little Bill 9S Rough Rider ... 98 Chummy 10i Old William .... U Excellency Hti FiUrth Race Purse $300; claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; one mile and a sixteenth; Croissantanls ...105 Disapproved 110 Ronald Gray ....108 Cioklen Play 10S John Greener ....110 'Donnez Mol lOj Sniper 105 Confidential 10.1 Truxton 114 Fifth Race Purse $800: claiming; for five-year-olds; five and one-half furlongs: Rainbow Dance. .105 Little Turtle in Play Choice 10s Bad Axe 116 Westys Lady ...100 Pictover 102 Band Time 107 $800; claiming; for Rita Lee Ill Consummation ...110 Norwalk 110 Country Tom . .. .llu Barston 102 Sixth Race Purse four-year-olds and upward; one mile and sixteenth: Golden Sweep . ..105 Marsala 104 Southern Cloud.. 103 Princess Isabel... 105 Skibo 116 Seventh Race Purse $800; claiming: foi four-year-olds and upward: one mile and a sixteenth: JEFFERSON PARK HIALEAH PARK FORTY -THIRD DAY OF THE W1NTKR MEETING OF THB JF.KFERSOX PARISH FAIR! FIRST DAY OF THF. VINTFR MEFTINC OF THS MIAMI K V! ASSOCIATION, AT Nr.W URI.F.ANS, LA., Till RSDAY. J AM-AMY 14, lio2. HIALEAH, t LA., TiU.RoLAY, iLCtJIBZR 11. ;.AI WEATHER CLOUDY. TRACK. HlAV Y. FAST. OACQ1 FIF.ST RACE Six furlongj; claiming; lor iour-je.ti-ui.i p i QAC(r FIRST RACE Six furln OfOOO J600- net value to winner $425, second $100, third $50. fourth Jllo. Fractional COU v,Uu? to w.nner 750 sec 1:12';. Went to post at 2:26 p. m. ! A?'VTATI' P. CLEAR. : ENTRIES AND WEIGHTS AGUA CAUEN'TL -0:25-3, 6:50 i, 1:18. Went to post at 2:04 p. m. Off at 2:04'. lnrt. Starters W'ts. PP. St. K45S5 Bill Lutz 110 11 4 840S5 Bunthorne 84558 Panzola . . . 84630 Participate 84644 By Product. R4591 Old Sol 81618 Dixie Star. 'i i 2i 1" 31 2" 4 . 4! 5' 6i 6' J 5 S. 1' 2 3' 5 4 . .118 10 5 ..103 8 7 ..113 1 9 ..113 9 8 ..115 2 6 7' 81 6" . .113 12 1 9' 9i 8 71 84627 Eugene O'Sulli'n.118 3 3 10 10 10 8' MM9 Marrtelle 110 7 11 8i 7" 9' 9" 84390 Dick Price 115 6 10 ID 11 11 1 10' 84589 John Speed 118 4 2 1' 3 T 11" 84293 Otto 118 5 12 12 12 12 12 Owners. M. F. Lutz. . . . Mrs. J. Keller. . B. Baughman. . J. J. A!cGovein F. Seremba. . . . F. Hall A. S. & B. Sta. . Jockevs. str Odds. .J. Battist.i $ 1.90 .VV. Garner ..H. Tinker J. Neel T. May Pender? raps . . .L. Wilson Oil at 2.2s. rpe.yp.ir-n!:- purs Fraot.'inai T.ir.e 0: l.w); p . , 0 16 Mrs. C. R. Allen... H. Riley A. P. Foley J. Sylvester Louisiana Sta....C. Hanauer Mrs. Ida Dillon. R. G. Cooper G. A. Stempel F. Slamey 12.60 7.60 5.90 4.90 10.10 40.50 22.60 30.40 62.70 7.40 44.30 The $2 mutuals paid: Bill Lutz, straight $5.80, place $3.40, show $2.60; Bunthorne, place $8.40, chow S4.80; Panzola, snow $3.60. Start good (from gate). Won easily, place driving. Winner, ch. c, 4, by Donnacona Holly Leaf. Trainer, W. F. Lutz. Bill Lutz, suited by the (,-oir.g and away fast, raced wide throughout, came way gradually after straightenlnfi out in the final quarter and had something left. Bunthorne. a strong factor from the start, was in close quartern at the turn and, while no match for the winner, widely outstayed the others. Panzola, never far out of It, held on with determination and outflnisned Participate at the end. The latter dropped back after reaching the stretch, but was going well in the final stages. By Product, given a strong and hustling ride, failed to get up. Scratched: 84424 Woodcrees, 84421 Theo Rochester, 84655 West Virginia, 84657 Raincloud, 84614 LauA. Negley, 81349 Little Pan, 838o8 Sorrento, 8465S Travelair. OA CO A SECOND RACE Six furlongs: claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; purse OtDO $600- net value to winner $425. second $100, third $50, fourth $25. Fractional Time Time 0:25, 0:51. 1:18. Went to post at 2:32 p. m. Oft at 2:34'. Czarist 105 Fair Avis 104 Moon Phase 110 Flo O'Neil 106 Fusion 105 Spectre 106 Union W 110 Amsterdam 110 One Alone 103 Chrysler 110 Picador 105 Prince Mexican. . .116 Dark Maid 109 Apprentice allowance. SELECTIONS, Jack Sharkey seems to be the real pet of the New York Boxing. Commission. Mickey Walker and Jack Kearns both seem to be in trouble with the powers-that-be. The proposed Schmeling-Walker fight in Miami, Fla., went up in a cloud of smoke yesterday. There is talk now of pulling it off in another city, but in our opinion this is all a lot of hooey. In our opinion this is nothing but the preliminary priming for a killing next summer between Sharkey and Herr Maxie. But we still believe that the suggestion of a battle royal with fists instead of conversation is the only solution to the heavyweight situation. Is "Babe" Ruth worth $80,000 a year? That is the question that you are going to be asked thousands of times the next few weeks. Mike the barber, who gives you a shave when you are looking and a singe, tonic ana massage and a check for $1.75 when you aren't, will easo the pain o( the oill by asking: "Do you ...nun jauy Ruth, he getta what he want? Eighty thousand a lotta money more than I can take in desa shop In maybe a month." If you are a baseball fan with a knowledge of the drawing power of the big fellow you'll answer yes. If you are a college professor, a bank President or just another bond or insurance salesman out of work you will reply: "That big bum I should eay not! He's lucky to rate a cup of coffee." Thus the discussion will go on indefinitely and at the end "Babe" Ruth will get $80,000 and Colonel Ruppert and the Yankees will have received $160,000 in publicity. That's business. Ruth will get the eighty grand because he deserves it he earns it. Ask' any ball player the toughest critics in the World and almost every one will tell you that "Babe" Is worth every nickle of the $80,000 and more if he aaka lor it. , The 40 game bowling series, which Joe Votel and Hughey Stewart have been staging for charity, will reach the three-quarters mark tomorrow afternoon at the Central Alleys, with the former endeavoring to overcome a 260 pin lead in the third block of 10 games. While such an advantage usually is too much for even super-human ability to overcome, Votel and his host of followers are confident of reducing the lead considerably, basing their belief on the great ability he has shown as the pacemaker in The Enquirer Super League. Oftentimes Votel has been confronted with the task of overcoming the feats of some of the best bowlers in this section and, the fact that he has led the Super League almost since the beginning of the season, fans believe his chances of coming within reach of Stewart is not altogether an impossibility. In fact, bowling has taken its place alongside of other sports as one productive of good and bad performances and even the leader often becomes sub ject to "off days." The scene of tomorrow's matches shift back to the place of its inception and a crowd as large, if not larger, than that which witnessed the inaugural is expected when the con testants start the ball rolling at 2 o'clock. The games will be rolled on Alleys No. 2 and 3, where some of the best scores in the city have been produced. The series will be concluded at the Kern Alleys, 629 York Street, Newport at 8 o'clock Sunday night, with the winner becoming the recipient of the Sheriff Asa V. Butterf ield Trophy and charity the receipts of the four matches. Jefferson Park. 1 Piecemeal, DIanamede, Big Blue. 2 Evergold, Kay Frances, Cotton Time. 3 CHRIS PASCHEN, Harass, NInotte. 4 Boston Waters. Flguriste, Miss Delight. 5 Cockrlll, Vagabond, Stop Gap. 6 Playbird, Drydock, Voltmeter. 7 Bernlce Van, Delco Del, Lucky Drift. DAILY RACING FORM HANDICAP. 1 Piecemeal, Princess Nancy, Sun Bonny. 2 Bag O'Roses, Lady Oldham, Fred Auer-bach. 3 Harass, Lothario, Kulaman. 4 Tiverton. Flguriste, Boston Waters. 5 HIGH POCKETS, Corckrill, Vagabond. 6 Play Bird, Troll, Drydock. 7 Super Toy, Helen Dean, Bernlce Van. Hialeah Park. 1 Double Heart, Sonelli, War Saint. 2 Bacciocco, Tombeau, Harnel Bound. 3 Lullaby II., Elliot, French Lass. 4 Sansarlo, Broadway Lights, Black Mock. 5 JUDGE SCHILLINGS, Chatford, Thais. 6 Regular Bad, Fredrick, Tom Mar. 7 Gay Bird, Montana Ro, Skrip. DAILY RACING FORM HANDICAP. 1 Sonnelll, Double Heart, Mordrom. 2 Bacciocco, Parnell Bound, Tombereau. 3 FRENCH LASS, Royal Ruffln, Lady Fingers. 4 Broadway Lights, Last Attempt, Jungle Boy. 5 Judge Schilling, Street Singer, Peto. 6 Frederick, Bay Angon, Thursday. 7 Gay Bird, Scarlet Brigade, Skrip. Havana. 1 Melcher, Hopulikit, Dred Scott. 2 St. Agnes, Panama, Princess Virginia. 3 Pantagruel, Swarm, Chummy. 4 Truxton, Disapproved. Croissantanls. 5 BAND TIME, Rainbow Dance, Rita Lee. 6 Marsala. Skibo, Czarist. 7 Prince Mexican, Spectre, One Alone. DAILY RACING FORM HANDICAP. 1 Melcher, Benedict, Billy Bob. 2 Germaine Chauvelot, QLren Towton, Dark Ayress, 3 Swarm. Meg Merrtlles. Chief's Trouba dour. 4 Truxton, Ronald Grey, Golden Play. 6 Rita Lee, Bad Axe, Play Choice. 6 FLO O'NEILL, Fair Avis, Skibo. 7 Amsterdam, Picador, Spectre. Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. VI 84586 Night Cry 113 11 10 7" 84614 Luckv Drift 112 4 ! I1 84571 Wild Olive 118 5 84586 Relline 113 3 84530 Entice 110 9 81035 Don Tinkey 113 8 84614 Patricia Clare. . .113 12 Anne L Ill 10 84630 Princess Night... 110 7 84575 Rock Reef 114 1 84068 Golden Thrush... 115 2 83989 Ragaoma 108 6 1 2 4 5I 8 10 7 Vt 51 2 1' 3" S. F. 3- l'i 21 2" lk 3. 4 4' 91 7 5 9J 10 8'i 6J 31 7 51 7' 8 8' 9 & lh 41 6' 9" 6'i 61 10 10 Owners. Jockeys. Str. Odds. J. H. Downing. .T. P. Martin $ 2.10 Aldrich & Winans..B. Myers 3.90 A. L. Harder F. Kinlry 16.10 Peterson & Jerfita. . .Elston 5.90 Superior Sta H. Roble 41.80 H. Oldenburg. ...J. Battista 27.20 C. Hockenbury....L. Hardy 3.70 E. K. Bryson J. Serio 122.70 H. O. Simmons.. J. O'Malley 16.90 Mrs. J. H. O'Donnell.Hobart '114.60 M. J. Conley C. Meyer 9.90 Chappell Bros C. Nelson 62.70 Ind. Star'ers W'ts. PP.St. U '- S4.'i94 Pong Hit 114 7 3 1' 1' S2:i4 Rabble 112 4 5 3" 2 84155 Catherine Fox... 102 6 8 7- 74 84231 Lucky Racket ... lo3 12 1 8 64 84594 Ruffian 112 1112 93 8- S259S Miss Ida 103 5 10 12' 10' 83202 Flying Brigade.. Iu8 13 2 4U i S4."94 Discobolus .... 83872 Jillion 83969 Dunrode Zegora 84609 Flying Boy. .. 83820 Blanket Bay.. S. F. 1' 1 2' 21 4" 3'j 3" 4" 51 51 81 6' 71 7a 111 10 9 11' 12: 12' 81 ..111 8 7 6" 9' U'l 9 . .1"8 2 11 10' 11V 10' 10j .107 3 4 21 3'i 61 11" . .11(1 9 13 13 13 13 12" ..103 1 6 5J 5 lli 13 Owners. Jorkpvs. Str Od-!?. H. A "mii.in L. Well $ G C. W.ntrev .A. Roher'.n.n 2 1", C. E. Hamilton H. M:!ls 9 4. F. A. Smith S. Remric 67.35 H. M. UV,oif C. E. Alien 34 50 W. K. Hupp J. Renick M.4.'. II . C. Fhipps T. .Vailpy 146. s . E. W. Collins E. Coots 65.70 Mrs. M. Koerner. .Greenwood 84.45 Brvkmeade Sta.. J. Passero 32.15 M. Lowenstein. .H. Callahan 164.75 C. W. Greene O. Clelland 146.85 H. C. Hatch G. Riley 126.20 The $2 mutuals paid: Song Hit, straight $3.50, place S2.40, show $2.30; Rabble, place $3.30. show $2.80; Catherine Fox, show $2.70 Start good (from gate). Won ridden out, place driving. Winner, b. c, 3, by Dress Parade Golden Melody. Trainer, E. Doumani. Song Hit went Into a commanding lead witti a rush the opening furlonz. He was then steadied In front to the last furlong and, responding to strong pressure, held the lead to the end. Rabble followed nearest in pursuit of the pace early, while saving ground. He weakened in the stretch, but outlasted Catherine Fox under punishment. Catherine Fox. crowded back leaving the back stretch, gradually Improved her position thereafter on the outside and finished with a belated rusn. Lucky Racket saved ground from the start, but was unable to better his position. Ruffian closed stoutly. Miss Ida closed a big gap from a slow beginning. Scratched; 83799 Sun Teatime. 84-6Q1 SEC0ND RACE The Key West; two furlongs; allowances; for maiden two-year-UtUJ I ol(1 colt3 and ge;dnBs. purse $1,300; net value to winner $1,000, second $200, third $100. Time 0;23'74,. Went to post at 3:01 Vi p. m. Off at 3:09. Ind. Starters W'ts. Chiltenny 118 84592 Seymour 118 Revonah 118 Bracer 118 Lost rider ILeft at post. The $2 mutuals paid: Night Cry, straight $6.20, place S3 60 show $2 80- Lucky Drift, place $4 40, show $3.60; Wild Olive, show $4.80. Start eood for III but Ragaoma (from gate). Won easily, place driving. Winner, Ch- em&t?gttJX anoTas fn tt "holding part of the track throughout hettered his position gradually and, wearing down the leaders, came away steadily in the fmal seventy yards. Lucky Drift, a strong factor from the start and under slight restraint for a half mile was forced very wide by Wild Olive in the stretch and weakened near the rt hnt nut f inished the latter; Wild Olive, energetically ridden throughout and having 84585 Standard Bearer, 80922 Gay Hallie. AjAAr TWTRD RACE SIX iunongH; c.iuiiuiib, i - -5--- ' r. T 84685 MOO: net value to winner $425, second $100, third $50 fourth $25. Fractional Time 0:25, 0:50Vi, 1:18V. 7 4i 6 9" 3 1' 1 3' 4 21 8 6' S. 5" 21 4' 3' Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. V, ZiRtW Smolrierinz 118 12 2 51 84586 Tat HO 7 84618 Chatterway ....1111 5 Unlucky 113 1 84618 Silver Wave 113 6 84814 Polly's Folly.... 110 2 c.icon Acnnanthna ....113 8 84586 Chris Paschen. . .11J 11 " ju" " O.OOOT--. -!,,rt 118 4 10 11 11S T5823 Don Benlte 110 9 5 8 10. 101 10J osj wthf,il 118 3 11 12 12 12 11 84383 Iraq 114 10 9 71 6' 11' 12 F. l'l 2'i 6 3'1 4' 4" 5'J 5' in 6" 7 7s 8 8' 9 9' Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. A. Schwartz P. Garrity i 7.40 Mrs. K. B. Blank... J. Neel 3.90 G. W. Smith E. Gross 5.90 M. L. Short H. Tinker 42.60 F. I. Rltter T. May 3.70 Blue Dot Sta G. Arnold 23.20 O. Viau J. Battista 5.40 W. M. Cain A. Rogers 4.70 Mrs. J. McClymon.. Hanauer 68.70 Mrs. B. Luscher..D. Dickson 46.10 Flory & Kuss A. Fermin 29.30 A. C. Hayes A. Hobart 62.30 tVelvet Step 118 84592 Bright Monk 118 84620 Strait Jacket 118 Aida's Pal. . Biltmore . . . tUnswept .. . Rory 84620 Mike Reynolds. .118 , Brookhatten lis PP. St. S. F. ' Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. 4 2 3" li W. F. Smith E. Ambrose $ 3.10 15 5 6' 2- Bud Fisher J. Eaby '18.55 3 4 41 3" N. J. McClure...B. Hanford 28.80 6 1 5' 41 J. F. Richardson. .Robertson 2.90 2 3 2'1 5'J Howe Sta R Workman 8.40 16 6 1'' 6 F. M. Bray D. McAuliffe 1S.55 14 12 12' 71 H. C. Hatch G. Riley 37.15 10 16 16" 8j Greentree Sta..C. Kurtsinger 7.80 5 8 ID 91. Mrs. A. K. Weast.C. Corbett 72.85 9 7 7" 10' i J. Edwards F. Catrone 14.25 17 15 13" Jim Mrs. M. Field J. Long M8.55 13 11 10' 121 Mrs. J. D. Hertz. .W. Kelsay 28.80 11 10 9J 13'1 H. Oots J. Mann 100.15 12 13 151 14' J. Howard R. Finnerty 51.85 18 14 14' 15i Greentree Sta V. Smith 7.80 8 17 17'1 16i 1 p jvi. Burch J. Belshak 37.95 7 18 18 17 Meeker & Treeful Fronk 9.50 1 9 86 18 H. A. Coulson L. Wells 49.00 .:-. V-K-v.-- :i:-z'. .... A va "Barm I, S I -' y ie en'.r;. . Second F:.i-thr.'e-v.'.ir- . is half nir.on .ohri'-v Ac-e !.-'h N. . Facsimile . . . Himlet 1'act Herelr.a General Blaze Saver M. ... A pronette . , . Ki.cvi 1 V!'-H. live TlTi; f r an. I one- .112 . 1 l'i .112 Ill .1''! ll P.are Pir?e Third four-yf .ir-oWs and half furi irts; BaLiy Blue . . Maxi" Bin.Ier Cuevas Master Toney Shorty O. . . . G ire'h Sh',t.ie Patsy H. ... it a? in Tine Ph..t , Frm-s Cho'ce P'irpie Light Am.-om!a . . . Ccnring-rt . . . Pnd Of Texis. . i'9 Meadow Ktn . !1 kr in Hostzln lit $500; claiming; for upward; five a;:d one- 1 05 M7 loo '.Viol Bov . . . Bonnie Betty N'.idia Altavar "Moanekeala . L'apper P.orhester II. . Tetra Glass . .HIT . .in ..li'S ..115 ..1"S . .lot ..1H .1U ..107 Mi.is Fountain .loS Fourth Race Purse $500; allowances; for maiden three-v?ar-ouij nH nn..-t.H. "E-Liau iui lungs : Kojl (J() Superfellow 112 bis Terpin loo Mullah 112 Gee Bee 100 Santerno 1 12 Nuvo Alta 102 Isleton joo Black Lizzie 100 fifth Race Purse Rain God 103 Jane Masaw 109. Devolta in-, i-uacaKe lid Beblta l') Sun Welles 11 J Aduana 102 Step This Way... 1.15 Gailmont 10 J $300; claiming; for Mutual field. tGreentree Stable entry. Bud Fisher and F. M. Bray entry. The $2 mutuals paid: Chiltenny, straight $8.20, place $6.10, show $4.90; Try Sweet (Fisher-Bray entry), place $13.40, show $7.10; Seymour, show $7.10. Start good (from gate). Won driving, place same. Winner, b. or br. c, 2, by Chilhowee Dorothy Marie. Trainer, J. Snedecor. Chiltenny, alert when the break came, displayed good speed and raced close up the first furlong; he was headed by Trvsweet In the stretch run, but closed strongly undet pressure and assumed command In the final strides. Trysweet got going rapidly the opening furlong and raced Into a short lead through the stretch, but then faltered when the real test came. Seymour, always a forward factor, outlasted Renovah in the final drive. The latter outbroke his opposition, but raced greenly. Bracer swerved In the last sixteenth mile. Rome Vennie finished with good courage. Scratched: Old Judge, Try Mack, Mtrriman C, 84620 Hildur Rock, 84536 Big Leaguer. pCQO THIRD RACE The Hollywood; seven furlongs; allowances: for three-year-olds; OtUSt. pur5e $1,300; net value to winner $1,000, second $200. third $100. Fractional Time 0:23',s, 0:46'A, 1:11, 1:23. Went to post at 3:40V4 p. m. Off at 3:42. The $2 mutuals paid: Smoldering, straight $16.80, place $7.60, show $4.80; Tat, place 5' t5 frK W.iV Place driving. Winner, b. g.. 7. by Campfire- Ba11telgTSettug and never far out of it, responded strongly to vienrnu! urging and wearing down Polly's Folly, drew clear and was not threatened by TaEt The " litter prominent throughout, stood the drive gamely. Chatterway began very Jlowly proved her Tos.tlon steadily and closed strong. Unlucky hadspeed, saved some siowiy. m.pioYcu r . . jna arwe. Silver Wave had no mishap and Sun Meta, Biaoa i,narm, 84686 Fractional at 3:28. FOURTH RACE One and one-quarter miles; claiming; for four-year-olds and SJ. purse $700: net value tolnner $525, second $100 third $50 fourth $25 Time-A):25, 0:51, 1:18, 1:46, 2:13V Went to post at 3.28 p.m. Off Ind." Starters W'ts. PP.St. Vi baw riort'rie Reade. 96 3 6 6" R4K31 Fortune '.103 7 2 84631 Constance Ann. 103 6 7 84661 Wild Laurel... im 00 84657 Ed. Reese 109 4 8 84633 Tea Green 106 8 1 84633 Sporting Blues. 109 2 4 84674 Uncle Charlie. .111 1 3 S. F. 5 3 2'S 1"' 41 4i 21 1 2" 5' 6 5'J 4" 31 2' 2 11 3i 4 7 71 61 6 5 3' 31 4i 5' 6 11 la 7s 7 7' 8 8 8 8 8 Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. R. Dohle J. Neel $ 2.10 George DeVoy H. Tinker 14.10 B. Baughman. ...J. Sylvester 2.20 Southland Sta G. Elston 8.10 T. Fllppen W. Day 3.90 Mrs. B. I. Flynn.H. Thomas 22.60 J. C. Sawyer H. R. Riley 14.20 R. Logan E. Gross 42.60 Agua Caliente, entry, Golden Effort, 1 Kelly-Coburn Wishing cap. 2 Johnny Agce, Purple Light, Hamlet. 3 Altavar, Master Toney, Baby Blue. 4 Rain God, Step This Way, Jane Macaw. 5 Cash Play, Alma Borland, Mardle. 6 MORSHION, Sister Mary, Beth Hogan. 7 Magic Light, Raymond Dale. Chuno. 8 (Substitute): Baptiste, Miss Witticism, Northern Water. DAILY RACING FORM HANDICAP. 1 Santonette, Ava, Trek Grenade. 2 Friar's Choice. Pumle Light. Pride of Texas. 3 Altavar, Dapper, Macon. 4 Beblta, Devolta, Gee Bee. 5 CASH PLAY, Shift, Alma Borland. 6 Beth Hogan, Morshion, Dacite. 7 Shasta Rock, Billy Doran, Kansas Hope. 8 Baptiste, Fuss Budget, Umbrian Prin cess, WHITNEY'S HORSE WINS. Hurst Park England. January 14 fAP) J. H. Whitney's Jericho, it odds of 8 to 13, won the Mole Hurdle race by half a length today from F. W. Wilmot's Dromkeen and eight others. The racs was over a two-mile course and the stakes were 150. OLLYERS CO on the r BY BEHT C. COU.YER Kings "92BH ICopyrlght, 1932, Collyer News Bureau. trKCIAt. DISPATCH TO THI ENQUIRER. Chicago, January 14 Rolling along. Now that the glamorous inaugural is in the discard, "millionaire's row" at Hialeah can slip back in the even tenor of its way. However, a spanking card has been prepared for tomorrow, the program fairly bristling with class, starting with the first heat. Sonelli, which has forced the dockers to thow away their tick-tocks should take the first spasm, while Bacciocco, which grabbed three in a row at Tropical Park, would seem easily good enough to capture the second, The third Is tough, but French Lass, a speedy one that has been given a much-deserve respite, is reported and primed to go -TV. ,,ti nM: Gertrude Reade. straight $8.20, place $4, show $2.60; Fortune, nlace $8 40, show $2.60; Constance Ann, show $2.60. Start good (from gate). Won driving, place same. Winner, blk. f., 4, by Flying Ebony-Silver Spur. Trainer, T. Root the nSwto.tSpyii hex position slowly thereafter" and. standing the drive gamely wore down FortuSe in the closing strides The latter, under s eadying : restraint until reaching the final half mile, suffered interference from Wild Laurel entering the oTrkrWild Lanure?had speeded the leK 'M, "and w "tiring when he impeded Fortune In the stretch. OACO-l FIFTH RACEThe American Racing Record; six furlongs; claiming: for three-84687 year-olds; purse $600; net value to winner $425, second $100, third 1 $50, fourth tlonal Time 0:24, 0:50, l:nft. went. 10 posi i o.o-.ts v -. " $25. Fractional Ini. Starters 576 W'ts. PP.St. Vl R4576 Maena Mater... .106 3 4 84615 Bright Knot Ill 1 84644 Wise Seller Ill 84628 Tonight 113 84627 Penn 11? 84504 Lawful Gamble.. Ill Evergold 110 Mingle 108 84642 Little Marcelle... 98 2 1 6 4J 5 7" 8 9 9 6i 7 8' 3 34 y2 2" 2i 5'i 3i 1 1 S. F. 31 1" 2 2" l'l 3 4'J 4J 5J 56 8'J 7 61 63 8'i 7s 9 81 8" 51 9 9 4 7' Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. O. Viau J. Battista $ 8.20 E. E. Major J. Neel 4.40 B. S. Mitchell G. Elston .80 J. T. Looney C. Meyer 12.50 Mrs. S. V. Bowen..J. Serid 28.30 Clayton Morris. J. Hernandez 7.90 Shandon Farm. .. .W. Garner 14.10 K. A. Rimlon H. R. Riley 72.50 A. Belleearde. . T. P. Martin 131.60 Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. '4 V4 li S. F. 84231 Playfole 107 6 1 1 1 1' 1 1 83863 Dr. Syntax ...110 3 2 2V 2' 2i 2'1 2' 84156 Unencumbered 113 1 5 b 5 31 3 3" 84266 El Puma 105 5 4 41 3" 4' 4" 4 84624 On Sir 109 2 S 3' 4' 51051(511 Homework ... 106 4 6 6 6 6 6 6 Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. S. L. Burch B. Hanford $ 1.80 J. E. Widener M. Garner 1.00 H. M. Woolf C. E. Allen 3.95 Audley Farm S. Renick 54.65 J. D. Norris Jr Chiavetta 32.90 G. D. Widener. R. Leischman 52.90 four-year-olds and upward; six furlongs: Golden Oriole ..104 Bud Elder 106 -logano id. i Cash Play 106 Shift 106 faixth Race Purse Donald I119 Mardie 102 Title Oak 106 Starkist 104 Alma Boralan.l. .104 $600; claiming: for h,p ?. , r""!"3 and uPward; five and one' "" luiiuutis; 'Sir Satin log Panda 104 Morshion 1 12 Dacite 115 Flyinc Ace ... ina Choice Caller ... s2 Beth Hogan lui By Wire 105 Sister Mary 107 TJones entry. Seventh Race Purse $500; claiming; for lmlem ard upward; one and cnuno 102 Raymond Dale.. 104 Brownie Smile.. 104 Loba 102 Muskogee 104 Argue 1114 Korax 102 Twenty Two Sixty 104 Red Nan 102 Sneedwell Congo II. . . Magic Llh-ht . Billy Doran . . Nellie Bas.l . David L. ... Kansas Hope Shasta Rock . Woodfay ..107 ..104 ,.lo4 . . 109 . . . 102 ..104 .104 ..104 ..102 The $2 mutuals paid: Playfole, straight $5.60, place $2.90, show $2.10; Dr. Syntax, place $2.60. show $2 20; Unencumbered, show $2.20. Start good (from gate). Won easily, place driving. Winner, b. or br. f., 3, by My Play Princess Colleen. Trainer, S. L. Burch. Playfole began rapidly and went into a good lead the opening furlong. She was rated in front rounding the turn but continued to Increase her advantage and won with speed in reserve. Dr. Syntax, nearest in pursuit of the leader throughout, was hard urged the last three furlongs, but could never Improve his position. Unencumbered, eased back early, moved up stoutly on the outside of the leaders on the stretch turn and then weakened through the stretch, but outstayed El Puma. The latter came through on the Inside the final three furlongs and might have been third wit ha stronger ride. On Sir, going forwardly early, vas taken wide entering the stretch and lost ground. He came again to finish strongest of all but the winner. QACQO FOURTH RACE The Tamlaml Claiming Handicap; one mile; for three-year-Ot-OCJO olds and upward; purse $1,500; net value to winner $1,100, second $300, fourth $100. Fractional Time 0:23, 0:47, 1:12, 1.37's. Went to post at 4:12V4 p.m. Off at 4:14. Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. Vi V4 S. F. 84624 Prince Tokalon. 108 6 4 4 2i 2' 2 1 84624 Meridan Queen.106 5 1 1' 1' D 1" 2'1 84143 Impish 110 2 5 5 4" 3'J3s 3 84596 Islam 114 7 6 7' 7'i 5' 4' 4i 84040 Sunfire 114 18 8' 8 8' 61 5 84154 Culloden 115 9 9 9 9 9 8 6' 84237 Breezing Thru. 118 4 3 3" 3 4 5" 7'J 84093 Big Business. .109 8 84198 Star Crest 106 3 6' 6' 71 8i 5' 7i 9 9 Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. G. W. Ogle H. Mill's $ 1.30 C. H. Miller C. Phillips 37.70 Wheatley Sta W. Kelly 2.45 J. Howard R. Finnerty 11.25 Mrs. E. L. Swikard. .Turner 12.90 H. M. Woolf C. E. Allen 62.65 B. B. Stable E. Watters 4.85 C. Grayson.. R Montgomery 35.60 W. H. Wright. .W. Cleverley 353.10 The $2 mutuals paid: Prince Tokalon, straight $4.60, place $3.20, show $2.60; Meridian Queen, place $12.30, show $5.40; Impish, show $2.90. Start poor (from gate). Won handily, place driving. Winner, b. g., 5, by Prince Pal Dulce Tokalon. Trainer G. W. Ogle. Prince Tokalon, reserved the first six furlongs, gained steadily when called upon through the srretch, disposed of Meridian Queen and won going away. Meridian Queen, away fast, drew out at once. She set an even pace under light restraint and made a game effort when challenged, but was not the equal to the winner when the final test came. Impish, slow as usual to get going, bettered his position steadily rounding the turn, but then faltered through the stretch as 1f short. Islam, racing on his own courage the early stages, saved ground entering the stretch and finished stoutly. Sunfire, weakly handled the entire trip, closed fast on his own courage. Culloden was permitted to drop out of contention the first halt mile. Breezing Thru retired after going six furlongs as If short. flCQA FIFTH RACE The Kialeah Inaugural Handicap; six furlongs: for three-year-OT-Uat 0idS and upward; purse, $2,500 added; net value to winner $2,490. second $500, third $250, fourth $100. Fractional Time 0:22, 0:45, 1:11 Vt. Went to post at 4:46V4 p. m. Off at 4:51 Vi. W'ts. PP.St. Vi The $2 mutuals paid: Magna Mater, stralsht $13.40, place $7.20, show $1; Bright Knot, place $4.40, show $2.60; Wise Seller, show $2.40. Start good (from gate). Won driving, place same. Winner, b. f., 3, by ,oah Moon- lady'MagnanMater, away fast and kept well up, saved ground at the turn, stood strong hand riding gamely and outfinished Bright Knot. The latter broke swiftly, but was unable to keep uf- improved position fast on the outside at the stretch turn and held on stubbornly, but was not good enough. Wise Seller, taken into a long lead, swerved badly after reaching the stretch and gave way slowly after five-eighths Tonight raced well Penn lost ground. Lawful Gamble closed some ground. Evergold broke green ly, displayed peed In spots, and the effort may benefit him. Scratched: 80832 Little Buster, 84601 Miss N. Conlan, Melody Queen. OA COO SIXTH RACE One mile and seventy yards; claiming: for four-year-olds and O4DO0 upward; ourse $600; net value to winner $425, second $100, third $50 fourth $2o. Fractional Time-AVS, 0:50, 1:18, 1:47, 1:52. Went to post at 4:24 p. m. Off at 4:26. . Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. Vi Vi . 8- F. 81659 Red Tam 103 7 5 6' 6' 3'1 2'1 1" 84641 Intruder 107 11 4 l'l 2' 2'1 3'S 2 84656 St. Jim 114 6 3 3" 1"" 1 l1 3 81631 Aregal 114 9 7 10'1 81 71 6' 4" 84591 Alton N 106 3 2 44 41 5 5" 51 84586 Aristocrat ....109 12 6 .H 3" 4' 41 b 84485 Pot Full 114 a s s' v 'j i- 84618 Mad A 104 4 9 7 7 8' 8" 8" 84655 Molly Hogan... 102 5 1 2' 5!67' 9' 84591 Carlino 109 10 1112 12 11 11 10' 84647 Joan G 101 1 12 Hi 10' iu 111 11 84599 Best Nadie....l00 2 10 ll2 11' 12 12 12 Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. F. Perry H. Tinker $ 4.00 Mrs. Edna M. Oster.H. Riley 8.10 Jones Stock Farm. A. Dickey 1.50 J. Dire.. R. G. Cooper 11.10 Mrs. Lottie Money. .Sylvester 17.10 H. McGarvey. . . .J. Battista 6.U0 E. McCown..A. Pendergrass 22.60 W. R. Hall T. P. Martin 28.20 Mrs. Hernandez. .Hernandez 103.50 W. M. Cain A. Rogers 58.60 Scovllle Stable J. Neel 16.20 J. D. Cochran M. Clancy 144.20 The S2 mutuals bald: Red Tam. straight $10, place $5.40, show $2.80; Intruder, place $8.60. show $3, St. Jim, show $2.60. Start good (from gate). Won driving, place same. Winner, cn. f., 4, by Donnacona Bend Valley Maid. Tra ner, F. Perry. Red Tam, probably mucn tne Dest ana close up irom tne siari, was lurceu a, mc far turn, but recovered rapidly, lost ground at the stretch turn and, coming through on the Inside wearing down St. Jim, held Intruder safe. The latter had speed, was under slight restraint the first three-uarters and held on resolutely, pulling up sore. St. Jim raced wide throughout, raced to the lead on the outside after a half mile, easily drew clear and weakened in the closing eighth. Aregal showed a good effort. Scratched: 84659 Star Flyer, 84675 Evelyn L. Ind. Starters 82976 Flying Heels 126 84470 Don Leon 113 81251 Mabla 107 3 83101 Knight Com'der.117 2 81876 Panetian 108 1 84526 Leros 109 7 84251 Vander Pool 125 4 in 3" 7 4h 6' 2' 5" V4 S. F. Owners. Jockeys. Str.Odds. lh 1' l'l J. J. Curtis A. Snider $ 3.20 2" 2' 2' R. W. Collins G. Riley 20.00 6 3' 3i Mrs. G. W. Loft..F. Stevens 6.40 5' 4'1 4' J. D. Norris Jr.F. Chiavetta 22.05 3' 5' 5 G. D. Widener. R. Leischman 20.80 41 6s 6' J. C. Ellis W. Carroll 21.95 7 7 7 W. M. Moore J. Marinelli .75 H,,fhth ace.r- Substitute; purse $500; sem,gu:r.on0gr,:,hree-yUar-0lJ3 and -aanor Boy 117 Bon Fills no Book Ends 98 lab mo Miss Witticism. .112 Cas Walzer ....114 Kentucky Colonel 110 -r.ignieen Sixty.. 114 Northern Water. 114 Goldie Belle .. Double Chin . Fuss Budget . Baptiste Shasta Monk . Umbrian Princess Chica Guinea . uarus Claras . .113 ..loS ..112 ..114 ..119 .112 .102 .104 Apprentice allowance. Valley Queen ...102 The $2 mutuals paid: Flying Heels, straight $8.40, place $3.40, show $3.50; Don Leon, place $9.20, show $5.90; Mabla, show $4.60. Start good (from gate). Won cleverly, place driving. Winner, b. n., 5, by Flying Ebony Heeltaps. Trainer, J. S. Healy. Flying Heels, away forwardly and quick to get going, set a rapid pace in the early running, withstood repeated challenges from his opposition rounding the turn, then drew out through the stretch under a steady hand ride. Don Leon followed the leader closely the first half mile. He responded determinedly through the stretch and held Mabla safe. The latter broke slowly. She moved forwardly between the leaders midway around the turn then, taken to the outside In the last quarter mile, finished resolutely. Knight Commander, well up and saving ground the entire trip, held on in good fashion through the stretch. Panetian moved up fast on the outside leaving the back stretch, but then retired the last furlong. Leros quit. Vander Pool moved up between the leaders after the first quartei mile, but was crowded back to last place and was not persevered with thereafter. Scratched: 84007 Regula Baddun, 81551 Peto, 81883 Lady Broadcast, 81201 Judge Schilling, 84237 Sonrfelli. 84596 Calf Roper. SIXTH RACE One mile; claiming: for three-year-olds; purse $1,000: net value 84695 1:39. Went to post at 5:18 p. m Off at 5:20. SEVENTH RACE One mile and seventy yards; claiming: for three-year-olds; purse $600; net value to winner $425, second $100, third $50, fourth $25. 84689 tlonal Time 0:25, 0:52, 1:19, 1:47: 1:53. Went to post at 4:55 p. m. Off at 4:59. Frac- Freddie Miller Is golnrr to get another shot at Bat Batlalino's much-discussed featherweight crown Wednesday, January 27, in the Music Hall Sports Arena. Bat gave Freddie a good troancing Jn a title bout at Bedland FNd last summer. Instead of killing the Corryville speedster as a topnotcher, it seemed to be hard as nail3 places and should do the business. Ellice chased Lerto home last out and will be the contender. The fifth and featured event bring Judge Schilling, scratched yesterday, to the post in what promises to be a sternly contested race. As for Bay Angon, which I have named in . the sixth, he is uncommonly good right now. Down at Jefferson Park, where they can't seem to get out of the Louisiana mud, several pelters pop up in my ratings. Foremost of these is Play Bird, which has won his last two heats handily and which I have named as my best bet of the day. Deceptive, in the first; Cockrill, in the fifth, and Joan Pat, in the seventh, are others that would appear well aspected. Chief's Troubadour, which has tons of weight off last effort, is the best and the safest proposition at Oriental Park. Bab Axe, in the fifth, also looks plenty good to me, as does Amsterdam, which will sport silks in the nightcap. Ye' wekkum. Today's Jefferson Park Jockey mounts: Elston French Lad, Estabrook or Lady Oldham, Stop Gap and Delco Del., Neel Sun Bonny, Cotton Time or Memphis Lass, Big Gun, Play Bird and Well Behaved. Tinker McCulloch, Adalot T. and Miss Mac. Garner Evergold. Today's Hialeah jockey mounts: Kelsay Jack Campbell and Judge Schilling. M. Garner Broadway Lights. Workman Clean Play. Mills Gay Bird. Riley Montanaro. j Hialeah Selection. 1 Sonelli, Jack Campbell, Double Heart. 2 Bacciocco, Clean Play, Tombereau. a irencn Lass, fciuce, Royal Kuffln. 4 Broadway Lights, Iron Czar, Last Attempt. ft Judge Schilling, Poto, Street Singer. 6 Bay Angon. Frederick, Thursday. 7 Gay Bird, Montanaro, Skrip. BEST JUDGE SCHILLING. Havana Selections. 1 Tyler entry, Billy Bob, Louchhelm entry. 2 Germaine Chauvelot, Queen Towton, St. Agnes. 3 Chief's Troubadour, Swarm, Meg Merrtlles. 4 Truxton, Ronald Grey, Donnex Mol. 5 Bad Axe, Band Time, Rainbow Dance. 6 Marsala, Fair Avis, Flo O'Neil. 7 Amsterdam, Picador, One Alone. BEST CHIEF'S TROUBADOt'R. Jefferson Park Selections. 1 Deceptive, Big Blue, Piecemeal. 2 Cotton Time, Kay Frances, Memphis Lass. 3 Chris Paschen, Ninette, Harass. 4 Fellciena, Flguerlste, Boston Waters, 5 Cockrill, Stop Gap, Stupendous. 6 Play Bird, Troll, Voltmeter. 7 Joan Pat, Viola Stinson, Delco Del. BEST PLAY BIRD. Agua Caliente Selections. 1 Segunda, Santonette, Golden Effort. 2 John Agee, Pact, Time Sheet. 3 Dapper, Shorty O., Patsy H. 4 Mullah, Gailmont, Gee Bee. 5 Mardle, Shift, Cash Play. 6 Dacite, Morshion, Beth Hogan. 7 Red Nan, Chuno, Kansas Hope. 8 (Substitute) Baptiste, Chica Guinea. Sailor Boy. BEST MARDIE. MOST PROBABLE WIXXEK FLAY BIRD. (.'OUTER'S SYSTEM HORSE BAC-CICOCCO. BEST PARLAY PLAY BIRD, CHIEF'S TROl BADOVR, JUDGE SCHILUNG, A PLACE,. Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. hi S. F. 84559 Dizzy 109 9 5 l'i I'll' Is 1 1 84628 Gay Prince ...113 7' 4 2" 2" 2J 21 2" 84189 Peal 105 10 8 4 3' J 3'' 5k 3 84642 Princ's Crus'd'rlOO 3 10 9: 10" 9" 8' 4'J 84615 Boot Nose 104 2 3 8 6' 4" 4'J 5" 84535 Glorious Swan. 107 11 7 3' 4i 5h 3'' 6 84576 Crescent City.. 110 5 6 61 5'J 6 J 7J 84546 Beauty Secret. 110 1 2 10" 8 8' 7 8 84641 Scandal Sheet104 4 1 51 7 7 9 9" 84641 Rugartine .,..94 6 11 11 11 11 11 10'J 84641 Bob F 111J 9 9 7 9 10 10i 11 Owners. Jockeys. Str Odds. Shannon Farm....W. Garner $ 3.60 V. T. Miller A. Richard 9.00 E. Haughton G. Elston 2.80 J. Letter R. Laurin 29.50 Mrs. B. Amass.. J. Sylvester 27.80 Mrs. E. M. Oster.H. R. Riley 59.1(1 G. R. Allen J. Neel 2.20 Jackson Park Sta... Thomas 22.60 Miss B. Hart. .H. G. Cooper 7.90 Lyda Mae Stk. Fm... Martin 63.30 G. B. Dloguardi. .A. Fermin 200.50 Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. U S. K. 84170 Southco 112 11 7 7 6j 2' 1' l'S 84626 Night Edition. 113 3 6 46 3i li 2' 2' 84678 Don Tasker...ll2 2 5 5'" 4' 31 3 3" 84268 Phantom Rock. 112 113' lh 4 4' 4' 84037 Rubridge 112 8 8 6' 7' 6' 6' J 5" 84594 Don Pablo ...112 5 3 2 5 5 5' 6 84636 Prepare 118 10 9 9 10 9" 7 7'i 84650 Manassas 112 71212 9' 8' 8' S1 sjyuu rrince uaie Make Speed. ..112 4 2 l 2" 7' 9 10 84510 Lapidary 112 6 4 8'J 8 11" 11 lis 84263 Marg'rite .Star. 107 12 11 10 12 12 12 12 Owners. , Jockevs. Str.Odds Kilrane Stk J. Bejshak $ 1.40 Mrs. u. Denny ti. Mills J. J. Moran T. Malley R. A. Smith J. Mann H. C. Hatch G. Riley J. Edwards F. Catrone W. F. Yergason..O. Clelland A. B. Gallaher.L. McDermott .112 9 10 11' 11 10 10' 9' J J.Spencer E.Stevens M. Lowenstein. .H. Callahan Mrs. R. Sullivan. .Hanaford I. J. Collins J. Renick 8.20 6.85 75.25 10.95 4.55 3.05 127.65 112.10 139.95 38.75 513.75 The $2 mutuals paid: Southco, straight $4.80, place $3.90, show $3.80; Night Edition, place $5.40, show $3.20; Don Tasker, show $17.10. Start good (from gate). '.Von ridden out, place driving. Winner, b. g., 3, by General Lee Waterloo. Trainer. S L. Burch. Southco, away slowly, worked his way forwardly on the outside after going a half mile and, assuming command in the stretch after a strong drive, was going away in the closing strides. Night Edition, under steady restraint and kept clear of interference In the early running, made a game effort entering the stretch, but could not keep pace with the Winner. Don Tasker, in tight quarters rounding the turn, finished with good courage when clear and easily shook off Phantom Rock. The latter was a forward factor for six furlones. Ruhririge went evenly the entire trip. Prepare broke slowly and was never formidable. Scratched; 84680 Ever Faithful. R4.fiQfi SEVENTH RACE One and one-eighth miles; claiming; for four-year-oU OtU3U upward; purse $1,000; net value to winner $730, second $150, third $100. HAVANA RESULTS. SPECIAL DISr.iTrn TO THB t.Qt'InER. Havana, Cuba, January 14 Summaries of" totaT?,SJacea at Havna as follows: to1RtE-FOt tW- year-ld " Lady Moon (Greenberg) 2-l' 6-5 1-2 u"l. My Joanne (Perniai 7.5 7io Georgia Lily (Seabo) . 3. J .,.Tlm7-0:23- Fannie Brlce, Chilly' Maid, ,s H"w. Propitious, Baigneuse, Hydro Light, Flying Girl, Flying Vote and Frecklt Face also ran. Scratched: Spero, Ezella,' Bluette and Lady Menefee SECOND RACE Claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; five and one-half furlongs : Betty Ann (Gilbert).... 3-1 3-1 7-5 7-10 Murmuring Pines (Cox) 6-13-1 Overshadow (Frye) 7.19 Time 1:07. Thistle Duke" ' breVo'n Citizen Jaz Bet, William J., Prince Clot, Ella an j JV. J' Bambrick, Crossbones and. Thunder Nymph also ran. Zylophone, Beau AsP5"' Arrogant, Crash and Ma Sun. rHIRD RACE Claiming; for three-year-olds; one mile and fifty yards-Golden S'dala (Reyn'ds)lO-l 10-1 4-1 8-5 Just Ormont (Neal) 4-18? Flying Atom (Paradise i2 Time 1:44 s. More Space, Rehusted,' Fast storm and Medicine Bow also ran FOURTH RACE Claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; six furlongs; Lanier (Dupuy) gi gi 2-l 1- 1 Hold (Roderick) ... .. I5 l Hogan's Dance (McL'n) 7.19 Time l:13'j. Nelson, Brave Knight. Pieman cortez, Hleover and In Command aim 1 an. ar.ru rrnpn nova r Infinitus. ' ' i-I RACE Allowances ; year-olds: six furlones- Thistle Ace (Fisherl 5-1 5-1 2-1 1-1 Step Sis (Ct-itchfield) 3-1 6-S Menelek (Curran) i Tlm-i:l2ft. Black Signal, ' Gay -Partv, Westy s Fox, Switch, Parties and Carideo alro ran. SIXTH RACE Claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; one mile and fifty yards-f-xcellency (Gilbert) ..3-1 3-1 7-5 7-10 My Last Honey (Cur'n) 2-11-1 Heilbroun (Mattloli) 2- X t Tim5-1:44J;- Bee JaS'' Dl Wel'.lel. Joe Adams, Torrito, Baked Apple. Princess Ma. Sun Meddler, Princess Henry an Justiciary also ran. Scratched: Rocky Point, Czarist, Ballot Girl, Thunder Struck, Pom-fret and Reproduce. SEVENTH RACE Claiming: for four-year-olds and upward; one and one-sixteentti miles: Ulverston (Ensor) 6-5 6-5 1-2 1-4 Achtol Lass (Roderick) 3-16-5 Timon (Martin) ij Time 1:48. Prince Bulbo, All Told,' Captain's Daughter. High Life and Andreslto also ran. Scratched: Spectacular, H-rb Ashby and Our Nan. and three- olds and Frji c- tional Time 0:241i, 0:48, l:14"'i, 1:41, l:537i. Went to post at 5:48 p. m. Off at 5:53. The $2 mutuals paid: Dizzy, straight $9.20, place $4.60, show $3.60; Gay Prince, place $10, show $4.40; Peai, show $3. Start good (from gate). Wen easily, place driving. Winner, br. f., 3, by Lucky Hour Champagne. Trainer, A. E. Brown. Dizzy, superbly ridden and taken to the lead, was under restraint In the first three-quarters, slightly Increased her advantage entering the stretch and, holding on well, won thereafter. Gay Prince, a strong factor throughout, swerved repeatedly when punished, yet held on well. Peal, in close quartets repeatedly, was on the inside much of the way, stumbled at the stretch turn and wen', gamely In the drive. Princess Crusader closed with a rush. Boot Nose was on the outside throughout. Crescent City was sharply cut off going well In the stretch. Scratched: 84481 Red Shadow, 84641 Quaker Ways, 84671 Beggar Lady, 84671 Mai Moza. ENTRIES AND WEIGHTS AT JEFFERSON PARK. W'ts. 84572 'French Lad (14). .106 84671 Usurp (15) 106 84670 Must Hurry (16). ..Ill 84615 'Princess Nancy (17) 101 84671 Sun Bonny (18) ..101 FIRST RACE Purse $600; claiming; for three-year-oids; six furlongs: Index. Horses. Wts. Index. Horses. Wts. Index. Horses. 84481 Broompatch (1) ...110 81414 Missing Caddie (8). Ill 84628 By Herself (2) ....106 82699 Elsien Bruce (9). ..106 84436 Trailing Vine (3).. .108 84504 Deceptive (10) ...115 84642 'Blue Hawaii (4)... 101 84599 Big Blue (11) Ill 84673 'Dorothy Hicks (5). 108 84559 'Dianamede (12).. .110 84670 'Marceiet (6) 103 S1671 'Broad Smile (13). 101 84669 'Piecemeal (7) 110 SECOND RACE Purse $600; claiming; for three-year-olds; six furlongs: 84601 'Cotton Time (1)... 103 84575 'Bag 0' Roses (7). 101 84670 Hello Lou (13) Ill 84671 Wyandotte (2) 106 84671 'Mayctta (8) 101 84670 Vain Glory (14). ...Ill 84670 'Newburger (3) ...106 84630 Drury (9) Ill 84531 'Lady Oldham (15). 110 80843 Ruth M. (4) 108 84543 'Balance All (10) . .108 84671 Fred Auerbach (16). 113 84670 'Run On (5) 108 84559 Kay Frances (11). 115 84687 Evergold (17) Ill 81601 'Memphis Lass (6). 101 84642 'Estabrook (12). ..106 84671 "Beggar Lady (18). 101 THIRD RACE Purse $601. cl.-lming; for four-year old s and upward: six furlongs: 84674 'McCulloch (1) ....111 70988 'Lothario (7) ....111 84669 Big Doug (13) ....114 81372 'Lunacy (2) 100 81673 "Kulaman (8) ....111 84655 Princess Elsie (3). .111 84657 T. Hat (9) Ill 84502 'Ninotte (4) 106 84029 Princes Zeus (10). .114 84600 'Noble Wrack (5).. Ill 81544 'Bogan (11) Ill 84657 'Harass (6) Ill 84438 One Grand (12) 114 FOURTH RACE Purse 300; claiming; The International Turf World; for two-year nlds: two furlongs: (Hum routian s est ij.ua 81616 Figuriste (8) 112 Hollandalse (9) ..107 84574 The Hub (10) 107 84616 Bello Sono (11) ...107 Monk's Bela (6) ...115 84574 Boston Waters (12) 118 FIFTH RACE Purse $600; claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile and seventy yards: 84517 'Riiht Now (1) ... 99 84619 Oriego (5) Ill 84633 'Adalor T. (9) ....110 84675 Big Gun (2) Ill 84545 'Vagabond (6) ...112 84656 'High Pockets (10). 110 84672 'Stupendous (3) ...107 83993 Vjarcry (7) 106 84404 Cockrill (11) Ill 84602 'Stop Gap (4) ....112 84661 'Don T. (8) 106 SIXTH RACE Purse $600; claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile and seventy yards: 84643 'Play Bird (1) 105 84659 'Troll (5) 112 84632 'Drydock (8) 110 81659 'Star Fiyer (2) Ml 84658 Shakltup (6) Ill 81435 'Jean Ilesaible (9). .106 84641 Dusky Boy (3) 104 84.-1, "Halliard (1) Vi 81641 Glen Lad (10) 104 81675 Volt Meter (4) 117 SEVENTH RACE Purse $600: claiming; fillies and mares four-year-olds and upward; one and one-sixteenth miles: 84521 'Delco Del (7 106 84647 Helen Dean (8) ...111 84647 'Super Toy (9).... 106 84657 'Pattle Kate (10).. 106 80922 'Gay Hallls (11). .106 84591 'Viola Stinson (12). 106 84B18 Tiverton (1) 107 84616 Lonesome Glory (2). 107 84616 Chantesuta (3) 107 84616 Reuss (4) 107 84658 Harold Jr. (5) in S4-.S83 "Panzola (14) 106 84654 Wild Olive (15) 116 84655 'Chris Paschen (16). Ill 84685 'Smoldering (17) ..111 84658 Regren (13) 110 84658 Major Gomez (14).. 112 84616 Miss Delight (15). ..110 84616 "Madame B. C. (16). 102 84658 Modern Ace (17). ..114 Feliciana (18) Ill 84647 'Lad's Run (1) ...106 84548 'Well Behaved (2). .101 84657 Flying Wings (3) .111 84647 'Miss Mac (4) 106 84591 'Joan Pat (5) ....101 84674 Bernlce Van (6) ...106 84571 'Knee Glader (13).. 106 84674 'Lena M. (14) 106 84349 Little Pan (15) 111 84688 'Joan G. (161 106 84675 Evelyn L. (17) ....111 84634 'Lucky Drift (18).. 106 Apprentlci allowance. Numerals In rear of horses' names Indicate post positions,. Ind. Starters W'ts. PP.St. 'i 'A S. 84638 Outburst 113 5 1 5" 4'' 41 li 81241 Vacation 120 9 4 3" S 51 2 81639 Battling On. ..120 8 3 2" 2'J2' 3" 84639 Sour Mash 115 3 7 8' 7'17'16' 843S7 Playf's Dream. 115 4 10 7" 6'' 6' 4" 84569 Workless 120 7 11 11' 11 11' 1 9" 84640 Tuscan Knight.113 2 6 4' 1' 1' 5' 84140 Fetish 120 8 9 10' 9 9" 8X 81929 Black Belt 113 1 2 li 3' 3i 7' S4554 Skyway 118 12 13 13' 12' 10 10' 10" 84667 Big Bo 118 10 8 9 81 8 11' 11" 84541 Bozo 115 14 12 12' 13' 12' 12' 12 84469 Plutarch 118 11 5 6 10 14 13' 13' 84304 Bound'g Deep. 120 13 14 14 14" 13 14 14 F. Owners. Jockevs. Str.Odds. 1' W. Hinphy R. Mozer $ 3.30 2'S I. J. Collins J. Renick 56.15 3"" Mrs. R. Sullivan. . .Hanaford 3.40 L. L. Lycan V. Arthur 47.40 J. C. Ellis W. Carroll 47.65 W. F. Yergason J. Mann 31.95 Mrs. H. Detrue H. Mills 4.65 M. Lowenstein. .H. Callahan 51.10 J. W. May A. Robertson 2.35 F. Grossman F. Catrone 66.25 C. W. Grime O. Clelland 113.30 R. F. Coppage. .Montgomery 50. Oil J. Heelan W. Boganowski 230.45 B. B. Stable E. Watters 42.50 4" 5 6"" 71 8'J 9i The $2 mutuals paid: Octburst, straight $8.60, place $6.40, show $1.30; Vacation, place i61.20, show $15.30; Battling On. show S3.60. Start good (from gate). Won driving, place same. Winner, b. f., 4, by Messenger Brocatelle. Trainer. W. Hi.-phy. Outburst, away well, but steadied off the early pace while saving ground, moved forwardly with a rush when straightened out in the stretch and drew out under strong pressure through the stretch. Vacation, well up the entire trip, also came wide entering the stretch, closed well, but was unable tr, ovrehaul the leader. Battling On. used up racing Black Belt into submission, continued to hold on gamelv and outlasted Sour Mash JJW.f ''nishel stoutly In the last furlong. Black Belt stonped as if short. Scratched: 846.9 Mike Carey, 84269 Outpost, 84595 Torealong, 81265 Colonel Crump, 84666 Fair Bill. ENTRIES AND WEIGHTS AT HIALEAH PARK. FIRST RACE Purse $1,000: claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; six furlongs: Index. Horses. Wts. Index. Horses. Wts. Index Horses W'i S4041 Tiger Prince (1) ..112 P4638 Toady (6) 113 81117 Enro (9) 112 84229 Jack Campbell (2). .114 83256 'Mirdrom (7) ....109 84205 Fervid (10) 107 83W7 Bob's Play (3) ...112 84664 'Patrick Callahan 8M65 War Saint (111 ...l'l ?4237 Sonnelli (4) 114 (S) 107 84072 Double Heart (12). 114 S4621 Verve (5) 107 SECOND RACE Purse $1,000; claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; six furlongs: Brlbon (1) 112 81637 Tombereau (5) ...114 Viola (9) 107 S3S61 Roan AntelODe (2). 112 84662 Parnell Bound (6). 114 83953 Knuwltn (10) 112 83S79 Showdown (3) 114 80260 Coots (7) 114 8507O Clean Play (11) ..114 82695 Black Dove (4) ...112 84246 "Baity (8) 102 84512 "Bacciocco (12) ...113 THIRD RACE The Summer Skies; purse $1,300; allowances; for four-year-olds and upward: six furlongs: 84036 Lady Fingers (D..103 84267 Royal Ruffian (3). 106 8396 I.ullabv II. (5) ...151 S4526 Ellice (2) 103 83876 French Lass (4) ..106 S2763 Raccoon (6) 122 FOURTH RACE The Daytona Beach; Purse $1,000; allowances; for maiden three-year-old colts and geldings; one mile: 83840 Iron Czar (1) 115 82S20 Sansarlca (4) ....115 84511 Coiffeur (8) 115 84221 Broadway Lights 83709 Black Mock (5) ..115 84277 Last Attempt (9). .115 (2) 115 Ghost Dancer (6). 115 82292 Westys Lad (10) ..115 84277 Jungle Boy (3) 115 Lucky Jack (7) ..115 FIFTH RACE The Homestead; purse $1,300; allowances; for four-year-olds and upward ; six furlongs : 84238 Thais (1) lot 82238 Applecart (4) 1!4 S'004 Chatford (6) Ill 80749 Tarzan (2) 109 S1551 Peto (5) 10S 83395 Street Singer (71... 103 84204 Judge Schilling (3).. 114 SIXTH RACE The Fjrt Lauderdale; purse $1,300; allowances; for three-year-olds; six furlongs: S4S57 Miss Tulsa (1) 112 Door Notch (41 ..109 S456S Bav Anson (7) ...l'l 81632 Tom Mar (2) im 83491 Evening t5) In'J 84158 Celsus (81 l'i'J 84007 Regula Baddun (3). .114 84279 Thursday (6) 1U 84242 Fredrick (9) 117 SEVENTH RACE Purse $1,000; claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; one mile and a furlong: 84681 Fair Albert (1) .. .112 84068 Montanftro (1) ...112 84666 Scarlet Brigade 83225 Garlic (2) 109 84157 Skrip (6) 112 (5) 112 84665 'Gay Bird (3) 107 Apprentice allowance.. Numerals In rear of horses' names Indicate post positions. AGUA CALIENTE RESULTS. SPECIAL DISPiTCH TO THB ENQUIRER. Agua Caliente, Mexico, January 14 Summaries of today's races at Agua Calient as follows: FIRST RACE For maiden two-year-olds: three furlongs: Bceson (A. Fisher) $17.00 $4.60 S3.80 Oliver (Shaefer) 2 20 2 40 Chubasco (Coltiletti) ' 2 40 Time 0:37. Bright Sun. Elko, Campdo're, Bright Way, Mutau and Emery also ran. SECOND RACE Claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; five and one-half furlongs- U'estire (Knapp) $3.30 $2.60 $2.20 Rolling Star (Cochlin) 3.20 2 20 Captain Fried (L. Arnold) 2 20 Time 1:07 Gabbo, Shasta Snow and Princess Ceuta also ran. THIRD RACE Claimine: for fonr.v.or. olds and upward: seven furlonzs: Eagle Bird (Arcaro) $6.80 $3.20 $3 40 Beaver Boy (D. Porter) 3. 60 3 U0 My Own Lad (Knapp) 420 Time 1:28 -'5. Lotta Bother. Solo. Mlrag,', O My, Gnome II., Webster, Rosie Finnegan, Trumpet Rock and Kaukini also ran. Scratched: Myrtle Snow, Via, Jaz Pal, Tahoka. Master Toney and Blue Canopy. FOURTH RACE Claiming; for thret-year-olds and upward; seven furlongs: John Bane (Coucci) $5.40 $2 80 Out Altmark (Knapp I 2 80 Out Seth's Pride (Reno) out Time 1:26S. Foolhardy and Mucker aiso ran. Scratched: Portcodine. FIFTH RACE Claiming: for three-year-olds and upward; six furlongs: Lord Algy Tmerl $7.60 $ 3.40 $3.60 Bay Rose (F. Baker) 11. 80 8.60 Tom Proctor (Depeso) 9 60 Time 1:134. Desjardlnes. Miss Chevenne. Morroll, Boocap, Chatter On and Bright Comet also ran. Scratched: Marshion. SIXTH RACE Claiming; for four-year-olds and upward; one and one-sixtecntn miles: Voltear (Sylvia) $3.00 $2.60 $2.20 Sedgie (Reno) 2.80 2.20 Swansea (Coucci) 2.20 Time 1.471-,. Jeu De Bar, Westy's Brooia and Sam Clemente also ran. SEVENTH RACE Claiming; for four- year-olds and upward; one and one-sixteentli miles: Salona (Tremayne) $5.20 3.40 $3.20 (Atkinionl 15.80 4.1)0 Single Step (Renol 4.60 Time 1:48 V El Monte, Lakeland, Consent. Forecaster, Dealer. Omrah and Neckpiece also ran. Scratched: King At Arms, Umpire, King Lo. The Whip, Wee Tot, Rita H's and S'!"r Man. 3 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; Pledgors, Take Notice All past due pledges on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, etc., are heing offered for principal and accrued interest. 100 FIXE RAILROAD WATCHES VERY CHEAl". Absolutely Private, High-Class and Confidential LOANS on .1 V.W'Y. I.RY, M I V V. R KHf.t ItlAMOMJS, tit: MS, tit. v'ith the same service as ft hank, except that we g a stef firthfr anil accept collateral tint banks do not tske. Immediate financial nelp advanced on any wi security . Over B" -ar nf fair di tillng li a Kuoil recommendation. PHILLIPS BROTHERS Jeweler, and Collateral Broker, 2110 Protidrttl Bank Hlillijlnf (At the lleud of the Main stHirayi S. E. (or. 8eenth and Vine MM.

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