Racing Gossip., Daily Racing Form, 1896-12-13


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RACING GOSSIP A distinguished group of turfmen Turkmen will be here next Sunday on its way to San Francisco It will probably include the most popular of western bookmakers Barney Schreiber now on tho thou ocean Jon Ullman Pullman well known and re ¬ spected specter by all lovers of racing in Chicago Dave Gideon who has left an indelible mark on the American turf through His Highness The But tarflise starfishes Eequital Requital Eamapo Campo and other great horsog horsing and Jockey Henry Griffin a keen clean and intelligent riding figure of the American turf turfThe tufted The daily press laboriously aisures assures the Ameri America ean Jean public that Mr J B Haggin Haggling will not race again Wht What waste of declaration Mr Hag cim cm has said that he would not use horses for racing purposes years ago He is a high class gentleman What he says he means His recent liberality in purchase and Kentucky meaus means that Order and Candlemas Candelas with the band ef broodmares grading down from Victorine Victorian will be used to further ennance enhance the glory of that Californian principality Eancho Rancho del Paso It is a noble estate and reflective of a highclass highlands conservative gentleman who is naturally not in line with daily newspaper necromancy necromancyThe necromancy The St Louis Fair Grounds Association has reelected its old Board of Directors and in all probability will elect Mr Eobert Robert Aull All as Presi Paresis ¬ dent Mr Maffitt Afflict under pressure refuses to serve another term Joseph A Murphy should be chosen when the time comes though George Munsen Unseen and John Hachmeister Hachette are in the field for the office and are credited with chances of election Both are energetic young men of abil ail ¬ ity city in their own way and full integrity But tuo to Fair Grounds secretary should be a man of ripe turf knowledge Joe Murphy is more than full of the ability and knowledge than is needed The Iron Hill people have given up Wang who was used as Hernani Herman last week A newspaperic newspaper Mr Van Eanken Weaken who is also said to be pos ¬ ing King as his owner sought to recover Wang by replevin relieving proceedings at first and failed He paid all claims however and succeeded The Mr Van Eanken Weaken is really A Van WranKen Waken of the Dailey Daily Block Michigan Ave and Park Place Detroit Michigan He owns Wang and could shed a lot of light on several recent and shady turf actions in the line of ringing by duplication both East and West Mr Van Wranken Waken is welltodo welted Under the tutelage of some Chicago parties he bought Wang for use at Ideal Park The horse was not used there and was sent East some ten dajs djs ago There is no chance of failure to recognize Wang He is peculiarly marked by nature and should never be allowed to run under an alias for that reason DAILY EAOING SEAGOING FOEM OEM knows the Wang marks and will be glad to give them to the officials who need them on call New York Mercury which still claims to be the sporting authority of America is streel steel ing King along on the edge of California racing and printing charts of it The latest effort about Dec 12 contains the Ingleside Ingles charts up to Nov 22 mere reprint There isnt isn't any sport ¬ ing King authority of America The land of the free and the home of the brave is too large for a sporting authority DAILT ATILT BACINO BACON FOEM OEM outclasses Mercury shoes to plates in turf news and daily form Yet it even isnt isn't a racing authority EAOING SEAGOING FOEM OEM does its best and does not claim at all Claim cuts no figure The test is public service But the hikyism Hickeys of charlatans is out of line and should be classi classic ¬ fied field The newspaper no longer sways the public It is in deep luck if it is intelligent enough to give the public what it wants Thats Hats keeping up with demand There isnt isn't a paper in America that isnt isn't trying to do that Most of them an failing too Daily Mercury is among the stout ¬ est claimants and the flagrant failures

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