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Tlio following letter was received
by .less Woods on the Alnmcda. It
i omuls the death-Knell for any
chnnccs of the White Sox coming
here. Head It:
Chicago, Dec. 10, '07.
Mr. J. Ii, Woods, Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Your letter of Dec. 2d
nt hnml ami In reply will say that I
did contemplate taking my team to
Honolulu for training purposes; also
could have played sqmc exhibition
games between the members of my
team and the team that represents
your club If ou have one, hut I
have made other arrangements now
and It will bo impossible for mo to
innlio tho tilp; I am awful sorry, as
I have heard about the glorious cli
mate you nave and imagine It would
do my men a world of good to go
llieic for a couplo of weeks, but the
trip Is to long we would he on the
water n couple of weeks.
Hoping wo can do something n
cnr f nun now mid trusting that
jour baseball venture will turn out
successfully, I am,
CHAS. A. COMISKIIV,
out Drclur r. Vlerra 5, Passed bail
A. Souza 1. Wild pitch Vlerra.
Tlnto of game 53 minutes . Umpliu
nn Sue. Scorer N. Jackson.
Huns hy Innings:
Iroquois 2 1050000 03
OK THU TBATHS.
Ocean Vlow 4 1
II. 8. S. Iroquois 5 I
Honolulu Police 5 3
8. S. Laundry . 5 1
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ALEX. YOUNG BUILDING.
Alkiiifron Park was the sccno of two
,MMid giuics ycHleiday
tweon the poller t"ni and iho Ocean
Views, ended In u victory for the lat
ter by tho cloto i-cnro or I to 1. Tho
t-ocond paino was between tho Iro
1'iinlK mid the Laundry teams, and was
won h the foiiner by tho wore of 8
to L. Thuv wero both good contents.
A. Ill ler was Iho leal bright partic
ular star of Iho nrieinoon, getting
two hits, eight ni.blhts, imil stilklug
c lit live men.
Tile tabulated tnlo:
A!) II 1111 SI! O A
San rranclsco, Dec. 2Cth.
Dear Jess: Well I am back mid
clown to hard graft once more. Wo
had a very plentant trip home and
nobody except Sirs. Fisher was sick.
I am glad to get hack though I had
the beat time of my lire. When a
fellow Iuih been off his job about so
long ho usually wants to hlko back,
and that was my fix.
I mailed today the hunch of Bulle
tins you asked. I find that I Beat
my paper about 21,000 words. Pret
ty good bhowlng for ono who was
hitting tho high places.
When I stop to think about It, Ho
nolulu Is ono line remit, and I would
Uko to make that trip again. It
there Is anything doing In tho base-
The llrst, lio-' ball line, and Jim need another press
agent consider my application 11 led.
Again thanking you Tor past fa
ois, I am,
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N'nlmlu, 2b 2 O 0 II
Smith, cf I, I 0 2
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Mnk.uiul, lb 4 I) 1 I
H ON BAU-PIAYERS TRIP
Total 31 1 3 0 27 If, Ii
Aim nn sn
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and sk for QUINN. (
S. Parker, ss .
'. Ilutlcr. e-2b .
II. Kaal, .lb ...
11. Parker, lb
N. Jackson, cf
II. lisplnda, If
!l. Van Olcson,
Kcnkahlna, c .
T. IVdrn, 2b . .
M. Lul, p
Three-haso hit 11. Van (llesou. Sic
.lllco hits Nahale, Kaapa. Left on
bases Police 10, Ocean View 7. Don
bio plays nallpy, Nahalo to Makamil.
Struck out Ily Kaapa 1, M. Lul I.
liases on bulls Kaapa 3, M. Lul I.
I'ubsed balls Ilutlcr 1, Keakahlwa 1.
Tlnio of tho game 1 hour 5 minutes
Umpire En Sue. Scorer J. Leal.
Iluns by Innings:
O. Views 0 1 ll 0 O 10 2 0-
Pollco 0 0 n 1 l 0 0 0 0
U. 8. 8. HlOQUOlS
AH 11 I1II SI) O
Ayau, ks ,
fceibo If ..
B. Maikhaui, 2b. .2
Willing, if 3
S Jackson, cf . . .3
I). Mnrkhaiu, cf..l
.32 8 8 8 27 17
aii it nn sn o
How did tho plaers kill time com
ing homo on tho steamer? As they
went down, playing poker, pitching
quoits, getting up pools on tho ship's
urn each day. buying rafflo tickets,
H leading, fanning mid holding lm-
0 prnmptu Jinks In thu oicnltics. Tho
ft linker room was tho popular Joint nf-
0tcr thy Fccnn.l day out. Tho plners
(II weio too slinky on their feet to sit
.ibont tho festive pnker tabic tho flrn
two days. Going down Donahuu had
0 all tho luck, and won all tho money,
0 but coming b.iel: Pat was tho good
1 thing and Jimmy Ilrltt cleaned up
doing down Ilrltt was tho given pen,
and lost enough to buy a handtoiuo
- Christinas gilt. So whim- considerable
money changed hnnjls nobody unit n
-! heavy loser. Nick Williams leads Iho
2! league playing poker, but returning bis
2 1 bands wero beaten with disgusting
1 1 regularity. Ilut Nick will get his when
2 j iioxt heiiKon opens. The Ileltiuuller
0 1 brothers wero not conspicuous about
ujtho green table, but they cut on tho
pools. Each won n pool, They were
tho only players to pull down ono of
these pilzes. Occasionally, Din crcaux
1 0 inok a hand at tho raids, but tho "ath
letic games" engaged tho major por-
27 18 9. Hon of hlu tlmu In pitching ouolts
Ilrlek was In a class by himself, 1 1 11
iielirnnd, bis neaicst rival, 'ho could
tpot about tlirco points In a giiiuo of
tten, and then beat him. Tho lied
Dog's coutiol in' the quoits was all
Unit could be desired. Ily tho by,
Ilrlek carried orf other honors on the
good ship Alameda. Ho was thu cham
pion swatter of the knlfo and fork
league. Going and coining tho Rod
Dog did .not skip ono meal. When tho
, water wns tb'i loughest and tho ship
! lolled tho hardest Dovereaux nto hla
1 1 biggest package and when tho dinner
1 1 bell founded Ilrlek wns Invariably fir.it
In Ills suat. Mlko Fisher batted hec
(ml, Ilo wan lied with III If K going to
K Honolulu, but returning tho portly
" ' manager "cut" a couplo of iiiciiIh and
2 i aulshed second. Pat D.mnhuo led tho
'J! jinks In tho evenings. Ilo has a itch
" voice and dances well besides. Tim
0 I Iiijith weio startled ono morning
"blight and early about Iho hundiod
' miles from San Francisco by tho an
n ' nounccment that a whalo could bo
u seen. Tho monster of tho deep sank
0 1 oat of Bight beforo tho players could
i l each tho deck. Ilrlek assorted that
2 lio saw tho bg follow irom his bath
i loom window, but hu had no aiudavllp.
Tho uulccrH of tho blilp declined .Uiat
wero neier able to locate It. It cost
Jack a piclty penny to replenish his
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miss could hardl unWgnte when
ho raught the opening game, but bis
foot lmproied rapidly and befoio lio
left Iho lidands he was show lug his
big league form. Illlns threw a lot of
pepper Into tho games and was a big
taiorlto with tho fans.
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HlldehiMlidtwiis a thorn In the side
of the Honolulu fans, fur ho was tho'
llrst pln,er to luako u innd dash for
Iho umplie. Dp to tho tlnio Fisher's
btlckers nrilved tho pl.i.iers thought
lio nun e of Jumping on thu poor um
pire than striking their mothers, it
was taken for granted that Uniplro
flower, who presided at most of the
games, nud who, by tho way, gap ben
i-ral siiMsfncllon. wns always tight,
lllldcy took Issue with Uowcr tho
very llrst tlnio ho -vent to bat In tho
opening game, and the fans never for
gavo It and any time that tho pudgy!
outfielder fanned It was tho signal for
r.n ovation. There was ono redhead
td girl, a tchool teacher, who attend
ed every game, who clapped her hands
;.nd shouted witli gleo uuy tlmu Unit
a decision went ug.iinst Hllilehraud
Her nctlons became a Joko with the
plajers, and often Iho uminrk, "Illl
dey, your friend Is at it again," was
beard on tho bench.
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Catcher Charley (Iridium spen'
Christmas with his folks In San Fran
elsco. Ho let loose a little baseball
talk this morning which will Interest
tho State Leaguo fans. He said, "Wo
expect to hao about tho same team
that wo had last year. That Ib, I bo
lleio wo will hnvo all our best play
ers with us again. Wo nro counting
Doyle, III own nud Kmight and I am
looking for u couplo of men to
ttrcngtbon Iho club. Tho club Is
stioug as ll Is, but wo can use a man
Graham said II would lie Impossible
to play Mlko Flkher'j stars as bis
team bad disbanded, and tho plaora
.hnil scattered. Ileforo Fisher left Ho
noliilu ho wrote Graham about a game,
but by r.oino nccldent tho letter was
brought ou tho tnmc steamer that the
plajers came on. Ilaggeilcy In tho
Han Francisco Ilullellu.
Additional Sports on Page 6.
0AHU COLLEGE OPENS
' WITH BIG ATTENDANCE
vBv Js flft jg IjSjjKfcrS jjb0kV
Cottage, with uicdorn improvements;
Fmma Square, adjoining the resi
dence of .las. F. Morgan; rent ?2S
JA3. F. MORGAN,
Oahti College opened tills morning
J at ll o'clock for the second term of tho
school year. Tho classes In Iho sec
ond term commence from whero they
left oft in tile llrst Asldo ftoin u huge
number of students who bao already
registered, many moio applied this
motnliig for admittance to tho college
President Gilllltlis nud Principal Flits
hno been In their respective nfllccs
all day today. Since tho Island boal3
trrlvcd, ninny students returned from
their holldas, Theie Is no room In
tho boat ding department anil it h"
canio necessary, theiefoie, to provide
looms for them,
President and Mrs. Griffiths mo now
occupying their now house, which was
the gift of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones.
Mrs. Grlmihs will receive tho llrst
Monday In February.
Uallio.ids lay !i730 miles of now
tiack In 1UH7, a lecord closo to that
of llidfi, tho banner jcar.
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Alics, 21) 3
Itleney ss 4
M. P. Soii7ii, cf..l
A Souza, c 1
M. Souza, If 3
M. Parcba, lb ...4
Plmental, 3b 3
Vlerra, p I
Jestln, 3b 3
A IV i waa Iho largest whalo they had seen
I 1 on iiiauy a trip. A sight Ihat did In-'-
' Icscst tho players waa a big school of
II 0 i porpoises diving In and out of tho
' ' water. This school was Been tiro third
0 0',iny out fiora Honolulu. So nfter ull
0 1 , tlmu did not pass so slowly ou tho Ala
3 1 , meda.
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Three base lilt F. Liming. Two-
base hit A. Dieler. Sacrlllco hit
I'liiionlal. Left on baton -Iioqunls fi.
Laundry C. Doublo plays Ayau S,
:i n x
0 Jack miss played In haul luck on
-lils trip, though ho had his share of
O.tho good times. Whon ho arrived ut
Honolulu ho hont his grip, containing
u suit of clothes, nil his laundry and
toilet articles to tho hotel, as did tho
lest of tho players. Somowhoio bo
tween Iho dock and Iho Iiojol lllb.t.'
Batchol was lost, and tho hotol people
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