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5% fur.

Place.

Date.

Time.

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14, 1907

1:16% 1:17%

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Horse. Geraldine (4), 122 lb..... Morris Park (straight)... Aug. Bessie Macklin (2), 100 lb. Dallas, Tex.. . Oct. 4 fur....... Tanya (2), 107 lb......... Morris Park (straight)... May 41⁄2 fur...... Preceptor (2), 112 b..... Belmont Park (straight). May 5 fur........: Maid Marian (4), 111 lb.. Morris Park (straight)...Oct. 6 fur.. .Jack Nunnally (2), 108 lb. Oakland . Dec. Plater (2), 107 lb.. Morris Park (straight)... Oct. 51⁄2 fur. Lady Irma (3), 98 lb.....Los Angeles Dec. (*) Kingston (aged), 139 lb..Sheepshead Bay ....June 3 m......... Artful (2), 130 lb.. Morris Park (straight)... Oct. %%m.. Chapultepec (3), 111 lb.. Los Angeles Dec. 6% fur.... .. Lady Vera (2), 90 lb..... Belmont Park (straight). Oct. 6% fur....... B'kdale Nymph (4),124 lb. Belmont Park % m......... Roseben (5), 126 lb...... Belmont Park 7% fur....... Raging (3), 104 lb....... Washington Pk., Chicago, July ......Salvator (4), 110 lb...... Monm'th Pk. (straight, against time)

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..Aug. Kildeer (4), 91 lb... Monm'th Pk. (straight).. Aug. ..Centre Shot (3), 105 lb.. Santa Anita, Los Angeles Dec. 1 m., 20 yds... Macy (4), 107 lb... Whington Pk., Chicago.. July 1 m., 20 yds.. Maid Marian (4). 106 lb.. W'hington Pk., Chicago.. July 1 m., 50 yds...Haviland (6), 95 lb......W'hington Pk., Chicago.. July 1 m., 70 yds... Bubbling Water((4), 121 lb.. Oakland... 1 1-16 m...... Royal Tourist (3), 108 lb. Emeryville, Cal.. 1% m......... Vox Populi (4), 110 lb... Los Angeles, Cal. ..... Dec. 13-16 m..... Scintillant (6), 106 lb.... Harlem track, Chicago... Sept. 14 m...... ..Broomstick (3), 104 lb.... Brighton Beach, N. T... July 1 m.. 500 yds.. Ben d'Or (4), 115 lb...... Saratoga

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15-16 m... Ballot (4), 126 lb........ Sheepshead Bay
.Irish Lad (4), 126 lb..... Sheepshead Bay
Goodrich (8), 102 lb...... W'hington Pk.,
Africander (3), 126 lb.... Sheepshead Bay
Major Daingerfield

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120 lb..

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28, 1800
18, 1892 1:37
22, 1908 1:37%
2, 1898 1:40

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18, 1899

4:24%

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Morris Park..
Julius Cæsar (5), 108 lb.. New Orleans
..Everett (3), 107.
.. Pimlico..
Ten Broeck (5), 110 lb... Louisville (agt.
..Joe Murphy (4), 99 lb.... Hawthorne Pk.,
Ethelbert (4), 125 lb..... Brighton Beach
Kyrat (8), 88 lb......... Newport,
Ten Broeck (5), 110 lb... Lexington, Ky.
Hubbard (4), 107 lb.. .. Saratoga
Drake Carter (4), 115 lb.. Sheepshead Bay
Lucretia Borgia (4), 85 lb. Oakland (against
The Bachelor (aged),

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Futurity Course (170 feet less than 6 furlongs).

RECORD OF LEADING

Jockey..

1898 T. Burns..

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JOCKEYS.

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1899 T. Burns.. [1,064 273173 266 3341

1900 Mitchell

1901 W.O'Co'r.

1902 Ransch

1903 Fuller

1904 Hildeb'd

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854 195 140|1391380| 1.047 253 221|192|381 |1,069 276| 205181407) 9181229 152|122415) 1,169 297 230|171|471 861 221143|136|361 1906) W. Miller. 1.384888300199 497 | .28 1907 W. Miller. 852224165|120|347| .26 1908 Notter 53314911201 93 171 .28 1909 E. Dugan. 463 111 98 69 195 .24

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WINNERS ENGLISH DERBY. 1867. Hermit; 1868, Blue Gown; 1869, Pretender; 1870, Kingcraft; 1871, Favonius; 1872, Cremorne; 1878. Doncaster; 1874, George Frederick; 1875. Galopin; 1876, Kisber; 1877, Silvio; 1878. Sefton, 1879. Sir Bevys; 1880, Bend Or; 1881, Iroquois; 1882, Shotover; 1883, St. Blaise; St. Gatlen-Harvester (dead heat); 1885, Melton; 1886, Ormonde; 1887, Hampton: 1888, Ayrshire; 1889, Donovan: 1890, Sainfoln; 1891, Common; 1892, Sir Hugo; 1893. Isinglass: 1894. Ladas: 1895, Sir Visto; 1896, Persimmon; 1897, Galtee More; 1898, Jeddah; 1899, Flying Fox; 1900. Diamond Jubilee. 1901. Volodyovski: 1902, Ard Patrick: 1903, Rock Sand; 1904, St. Amant; 1905, Cicero; 1906, Spearmint: 1907. Orby: 1908, Signorinetta; 1909, Minoru; 1910, Lemberg.

TROTTING AND PACING.

The trotting and pacing season of 1910 was made notable by the wholesale breaking of records. The most amazing performance, perhaps, of the year was Uhlan's mile in 1:58. He now stands at the head of all trotters, as Lou Dillon's mark of 1:58% was made with the help of a wind shield. The sire of Bingen is likely to lower his own record under favorable conditions. The new three-year-old record of Colorado E., which trotted a mile in 2:04, and the new four-year-old mark of Joan, which trotted one mile in 2:04%, were quite as surprising to horsemen.

Other performances that stond out were The Harvester's new record for a stal

lion of 2:01; Native Belle's three-year-old filly record of 2:06%; Uhlan's mark of 2:054 for a half mile track; The Harvester's record of 4:15% for two miles, and Minor Heir's pacing record in a race of 1:59.

Many other records of less importance were made, and the season stands out as one of the greatest in the history of light harness racing.

WORLD'S TROTTING RECORDS.

Distance.

1 mile against time... 1 mile

1 mile in a race.

1 mile (half mile track).
1 mile by a stallion...
1 mile by a gelding.
1 mile by a mare.
1 mile (running mate)..
1 mile by a yearling.....
1 mile by a yearling.
1 mile by a 2-year-old..
1 mile by a 3-year-old..
1 mile, 3-year-old filly.
1 mile, 4-year-old
1 mile by 5 yr. old..

1 mile by 6 yr. old...

1 mile (green trotter). 1 mile to h. w sulky.

1 mile (1⁄2 mile track)..

Best 2 heats (stallion)..

Best 2 heats.

Best 3 heats..

2 miles...

3 miles.

4 miles.

5 miles.

10 miles.

20 miles.

30 miles.

50 miles.

100 miles.

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1 mile.

Country Jay....... Cleveland.

Trotting to Wagon.

Aug. 13, 1909]

2:08/4

1 mile (against time).....

1 mile in a race.

1 mile for gelding.

Best 2 heats.

Best 3 heats.

2 miles..

3 miles.

5 miles.

10 miles..

20 miles..

Against time.

preceding trotter.

Distance.

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WORLD'S PACING RECORDS.

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1 mile by 2 yr. old.

1 mile by 3 yr. old.

1 mile by 4 yr. old.
1 mile to h. w. sulky.
1⁄2 mile...

2 miles.......

3 miles..

4 miles...

5 miles.

Best 2 heats.

Distance

1 mile (against time)..

1 mile in a race..

2 miles....

3 miles......

4 miles.

5 miles..

Best 2 heats.

Best 3 heats..

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March 16, 1910, Chicago, Ill.-George Sutton, of Chicago, champion, 228; Willlam F. Hoppe, of New York City, challenger, 500.

Place.
Springfield..

Galesburg.
Lexington.
Indianapolis.
Louisville..
Sioux City.
Macont.
Memphis..
Macont..
Knoxville, Ia....
Centreville..
Knoxville, Ia..
San Francisco..
Memphis..

December 1-2, New York City-William F. Hoppe, champion, 1,000; George F. Slosson, also of New York City, challenger, 471. (In this game Hoppe made the highest championship match run-110 -and average-22.22.)

Present champion, William F. Hoppe. CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD

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February 1-2-3, 1910, Chicago, IllHenry P. Cline, of Philadelphia, challenger, 1,500; Calvin Demarest, of Chicago, champion, 1,387.

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April 2, St. Louis, Mo.-H. P. Cline, of Philadelphia, champion, 500; Albert G. Cutler, formerly of Boston, 42. (Cline in this game made the best average of the championship year-33.33-and also highest run-129-barring Demarest's 147 on February 2 in the Chicago game above. and Cutler made the lowest run-8-the lowest losing average-2.80-and the lowest total of all the years.)

May 26, New York City-H. P. Cline, of Philadelphia. champion, 394; William F. Hoppe, of New York City, challenger, 500. Present champion, William F. Hoppe. THREE-CUSHION CHAMPIONSHIP.

Place.

January 10-11-12, New York City-Fred
Eames, of Denver, Col., challenger, 150:
Alfredo De Oro, of New York City, cham-
pion. 137.
Denver, Col.-Fred

March 14-15-16,

Memphis.
Memphis..

Sacramento..
San Francisco..
San Francisco...

Memphis..

St. Paul.

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By a Team.

Memphis

2:05/2

Direct Hal...
Oct. 26, 1902
Prince Direct..
†Paced by runner to sulky carrying wind or dust shields, runner

Time.

*Against time. preceding pacer.

BILLIARDS AND POOL. Eames, champion, 131; Thomas Hueston, CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD

challenger, 150.

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May 16-17-18, New York City-Thomas Hueston, champion, 114; Alfredo De Oro, challenger, New York City, 150.

October 18-19-20, New York City-Alfredo De Oro, champion, 150; Lloyd Jevne, of Salt Lake City, Utah, challenger, 121. Present champion, Alfredo De Oro. CHAMPIONSHIP OF CONTINUOUS

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2:04/2

4:582

7:53 10:42% 12:54%

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2:05

2:16 2:152 2:151/4

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Cushion carroms-Highest run made in tournament play, 85 points, by Frank C. Ives, at Boston, 1896. Highest average for tournament play, 10 (for 200 points), by Jacob Schaefer, at Chicago, 1887. Fourteen-inch balkline-Highest

run

with "anchor nurse" allowed, 566 points, by Jacob Schaefer, at New York, 1893. Highest run with "anchor nurse" barred, 359 points, by Frank C. Ives, at Chicago, 1894. Highest average with "anchor nurse" allowed, 100, by Jacob Schaefer, at New York, 1893, and by Frank C. Ives, at Chicago, 1904. Highest average with "anchor nurse" barred, 63 2-10, by Frank C. Ives, at New York, 1894.

Highest amateur record run for tournament games, 202 points, by Calvin Demarest, at Chicago, 1908. Highest amateur average for tournament games, 57, by Calvin Demarest, at Chicago, 1908.

Eighteen-inch balkline (two shots in)Highest run for tournament play (with five shots allowed in "anchor spaces"), 290 points, by Frank C. Ives, at New York, 1898. Highest runs with "anchor nurse" barred, 234 points, by George Sutton, at New York, 1906, and 255, made by Louis Curé, of France, against Jacob Schaefer, in Paris. Highest average for tournament games (with five shots allowed in "anchor spaces''), 50, by Frank C. Ives, at New York, 1896. Highest average for tournament games with "anchor nurse" barred, 100, by George Sutton, at New York, 1906. Highest run for championship game, 232, by G. B. Sutton, in 1907. Best average for champlonship match, 33.33, by G. B. Sutton, in 1907.

Eighteen-inch balkline (one shot in)-Highest run for tournament play, 140 points, in 500-point game, by F. C. Ives, in 1897. Best average in tournament, 31.25, by F. C. Ives, in 1897. Highest run in championship match, 100, by J. Schaefer, in 1907. Best average in champlonship match, 20.83, by Willie Hoppe, in 1906.

RECORD AT POOL.

Alfredo de Oro holds record, with run of 81 balls, in championship match with Jerome R. Keogh, New York, November 30, 1910.

BICYCLING.

The annual six-day team race was held in Madison Square Garden December 5 to 10. At the end of the race four teams were tied for first place and a match race at one mile was ridden to place the teams. This was won by Eddie Root, who was teamed with Jimmy

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Holder.

Time.

50 yards..Indoor...C. M. Daniels.. 0:24% 100 yards.. Indoor...C. M. Daniels.. 0:54% 220 yards..Indoor...C. M. Daniels.. 2:33 500 yards..Indoor...C. M. Daniels.. 6:28 440 yards..Outdoor..C. M. Daniels.. 5:594 880 yards..Outdoor..L. B. Goodwin.13:12 1 mile...Outdoor..L. B. Goodwin.30:02% Best Amateur Records. Distance. Time.

Holder.

25 yards... 0:11%...C. M. Daniels...1910 50 yards... 0.24%...C. M. Daniels...1906 75 yards... 0:41%...C. M. Daniels...1906 100 yards... 0:54%...C. M. Daniels...1910 220 yards... 0:25%...C. M. Daniels...1909 440 yards. 5.31%...C. M. Daniels...1907 880 yards...11:44%...C. M. Daniels...1907 1 mile....23:40%...C. M. Daniels...1907 The record for the distance plunge with one minute's time limit is 74 feet, made by C. S. Brown on March 21, 1908.

The record for the 400 yards relay race is 4:00% and was made on April 11, 1910, by C. M. Daniels, C. T. Trubenbach, N. Nerich and George South, of the New York Athletic Club.

Date.

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Aug. 22, 1851 Around Isle of Wight.
Aug. 8, 1870 New York Y. C. course.
Oct. 16, 1871 New York Y. C. course.

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Oct. 18, 1871 20 m. windward and back.. Columbia.

3:07:42

Livonia

3:18:15

Columbia

won by 10:33

Oct. 19, 1871 New York Y. C. course..
Oct. 21, 1871 20 m. windward and back.. Sappho.
Oct. 23, 1871 New York Y. C. course..... Sappho.

4:17:35

Livonia

4:02:25

*Livonia

won by 15:10

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Aug. 11, 1876 New York Y. C. course.....

5:23:54

Dufferin

5:34:53

Madeleine won by 10:59

Countess of

Aug. 12, 1876 20 m. windward and back.. Madeleine.
Nov. 9, 1881 New York Y. C. course... Mischief.
Nov. 10, 1881 16 m. leeward and back.... Mischief.
Sept. 14, 1885 New York Y. C. course..
Sept. 16, 1885 20 m. leeward and back....

7:18:46

Dufferin

7:46:00

Madeleine won by 27:14

4:17:09

Atalanta

4:45:39/4

Mischief

won by 28:30%

4:54:58

Atalanta

5:33:47

Mischief

won by 38:54

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Sept. 9, 1886 New York Y. C. course.. Mayflower.
Sept. 11, 1886 20 m. leeward and back.... Mayflower.
Sept. 27, 1887 New York Y. C. course....
Sept. 30, 1887 20 m. windward and back.. Volunteer.
Oct. 7, 1893 15 m. windward and back.. Vigilant.
Oct. 9, 1893 30 m. triangular course. Vigilant..
Oct. 13, 1893 15 m. windward and back.. Vigilant..
Sept. 7, 1895 15 m. windward and back... Defender.
Sept. 10, 1895 30 m. triangular course... Defender.
Sept. 12, 1895 15 m. leeward and back.... Defender.
Oct. 16, 1899 15 m. windward and back.. Columbia.
Oct. 17, 1899 30 m. triangular course... Columbia.
Oct. 20, 1899 15 m. leeward and back. Columbia.
Sept. 28, 1901 15 m. windward and back.. Columbia.
3, 1901 30 m. triangular course.....
4, 1901 15 m. leeward and back....
Aug. 22, 1903 15 m. windward and back..
Aug. 27, 1903 30 m. triangular course..
Sept. 3, 1903 15 m. leeward and back.... Reliance..

was

"Columbia disabled, but finished. †Valkyrie III fouled the Defender, and the race awarded to the American boat, though the challenger finished 47 sees. ahead, in 3:55:09. Shamrock II finished first, but lost the race on time allowance of 43 secs. The Reliance allowed the Shamrock III 1 min. 57 sec. in all their races, the Reliance measuring 108.41 feet and Shamrock III 104.37 feet. In the preliminary trials between the Reliance, the Constitution and the Columbia the Constitution won three races, although the Reliwas selected as the Cup defender. Shamrock III lost in fog.

ance

Genesta

5:04:52

Puritan

Galatea

5:38:43

Galatea

7:18:09

Thistle

5:12:41%

won by 16:19

won by 1:38

Mayflower won by 12:02
Mayflower won by 29:09
Volunteer won by 19:23%

Thistle

5:54:45

Volunteer won by 11:48%

Valkyrie II.

4:11:35

Vigilant

won by 5:48

Valkyrie II.

3:35:36

Vigilant

won by 10:35

Valkyrie II.

3:25:19

Vigilant

won by 0:40

4:59:54 9-10

Valkyrie III.

5:08:41

Defender

won by 8:49 1-10

Valkyrie III.

disqualified Defender

won on foul

Valkyrie III.

withdrew

Shamrock I.

5:04:01

Defender
Columbia

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disabled

Columbia had walkover

Shamrock I.

3:44:43

Columbia

won by 6:34

Shamrock II.

4:31:44

Columbia

won by 1:20

Shamrock II.

3:16:10

Columbia

won by 3:35

Shamrock II..

4:33:38

Columbia

won by 0:41

Shamrock III.

3:39:20

Reliance

won by 7:03

Shamrock III.

3:16:13

Reliance

won by 1:19

Shamrock III.

Reliance won

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