Patronage Again Is Good: Second Day Of New Orleans Meeting Satisfactory To Management.; System of Betting Working Out in Smoother Manner--Influx of Visitors Attracted by Racing Continues--Racing Well Contested., Daily Racing Form, 1915-01-03


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PATRONAGE AGAIN IS GOOD SECOND DAY OF NEW ORLEANS MEETING SATISFACTORY TO MANAGEMENT System of Betting Working Oat in Smoother Manner Influx of Visitors Attracted by Racing RacingContinues Continues Racinr Well Contested Xew Orleans La January 2 While there was a noticeable decrease from yesterdays immense at ¬ tendance the Business Mens Kacing Association had no cause for complaint over the patronage that the sport at the Fair Grounds received this after ¬ noon as the huso grandstand was well tilled and the Palm Garden likewise was visited hy a con ¬ siderable number of people There was an absence of confusion in the Palm Garden this afternoon and unlike yesterdays bothersome features attending the placing of a wager the new method of betting seemed to work like a charm and will be smoothed out still further as the meeting goes along Nu ¬ merous tables that lined lioth sides of the garden wore taken out and the bonded stake holders re ¬ mained in more fixed places enabling a winner to locate his man more readily There was also a tendency on the part of those in the Palm Garden towards solidity and some of the odds obtained by the individual betlors wire liberal liberalTin Tin sport was again enjoyable and enthusiasm was almost on a pir with that of yesterday The winners were cheered to the echo and the din anl noise of the enthusiastic spectators continued from hairier rise riseTne Tne juvenile scramble which inaugurated the afUrnoons sport was a thrilling struggle for the entile three furlongs The lirst four in the raw landed noses apart with Mary II running in the colors of John Huffman and ridden hy Chief John ¬ son winning in the last stride from the supposed good thing Investment on which Goldstein threw away the race because he let the drill filly go extremely wide for the entire trip 7 W fays filly Deliver was also going fast at the end after being a smart factor most of the way and managed to nip out Dr J S Tyrees representative School for Scandal for third place placeOnly Only two favorites Miss Kruter and Yonghee scored during the nllernoon Hoth wertr pilotedbi 17 Pool and won in handy fashion The choice that failed were Investment in the opener Ko dondo in the third Stick Pin in the fifth ald Uv patia in the closing dash In the last named ruco High Class was by far the best but only managed to take third money because of Van Dusens mis ¬ take in steering the Urandt representative wide all the way wayThere There was another big inllnx of newcomers todar Most of them were easterners and they announced that the racing folks of the metropolis are taking i keen interest in the action here and will thick fo the Crescent City in large numbers beginning next week Leo Mayer and Sol Lichenstein are among those who will arrive here next week weekJudge Judge Murphy received congratulations during the day from Manager Fred Auerbach of the Charleston Fair and Itacing Association and from Francis J Xelson of Toronto TorontoSecretary Secretary Joseph McLennan wired this afternoon that twelve carloads of racers would leave Charles ¬ ton at the close of the racing there today and that the horses would be sent by special train due to arrive here next Monday In the consignment will he some of the horses owned by J O Talbott and it G Itedwoll The entire strings of W II Baker G C Baker It K Watkins George Chapman G IS Cochran J T Williams W A Burttseholl Louis Timber and G It lirysrm will be on the train trainCaptain Captain C 17 Diihaine of the Pinkerton forces will be reinforced by L Shevlin who left Charleston tonight It Moreland owner of Just Ited is reported to he in a bad way again suffering from stomach trouble troubleJohn John Lewis sent word this afternoon that he would arrive here Monday1 Monday1The The following were among the best workouts this morning over the fast track at the Fair Grounds GroundsAh Ah Moon Half mile iu 00 00Altamaha Altamaha Threequarters in 116 Appassiouata Half mile in 40 40Bcgart Bcgart Threequarters in 118 118Casque Casque Half mile in 5 5Chicory Chicory Dick Threequarters In 110 110Consoler Consoler Seveneighths in li liCotton Cotton Top Fiveeighths in X0t X0tDelegate Delegate Half mile in 0 f Fair Helen Half mile in ill illFly Fly Home Half mile in 40 40Indolence Indolence Mile in 14S 14SJames James Dockcry Threequarters in 110 110Jefferson Jefferson Fiveeighths in lOG lOGJudge Judge Wright Onequarter in 2 Lenavaal Mile in 1 4G 4GMalabar Malabar Fiveeighths in 104 Miss Jack Oneeighth jn 12 12Petelus Petelus Threequarters in 121 121Iteno Iteno Mile in 157 157Ilesign Ilesign Fiveeighths in 10 10Salvadora Salvadora Half mile in 51 i Sir iSir Blaise Half mile in 10 Tommy Burns Fiveeighths in 103 103Tom Tom King Threequarters in 118 Verena Mile in 140

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