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' SUI.D BY ' J .,
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTBrT
lie Has It
Now Hint tho greatest wrestling
match In history Is rapidly M
pionchlng nnil bo many peuplo hnvo
talked about my having no clinnce
with (Jcorgo llaekenschnildt, I wnnt
to toll tho public Just what kind or a
man 1 nm running up ngalnsj. In Chi
rngii mi Apill 3.
Kvcry cartoon, plcturo or story
published about "Ilnck" pictures
him as a giant. How surprised Bomo
neoidc would bo It they could boo
"Hack" and how surprlkcd some fani)
and critics will be In Chicago April
n when 1 meet this chnmpum from
Russia. Ilr.ckctuchinldt Is about D
feet S Inches In height. Kvoryonc
has thought "Hack" to bo lonsldcr
iililo ovui' fi feet mid bcmio thought
htm over 7.
"Hack" Is broad and built like nn
o. Thore was never a man in mo
wrestling game who could Keep his
feet any better tniin "Hack," and
fow men were ever able to tip tho
scales at lutclr a'hlgh figure mid not
appear any larger. "Hack" Is all
muscle. He Is mil fat. and actually
tlocl nAt wi a though ho weighs
more than 175 pound, but ho tips
the scale utt considerable nioro than
200 when 'in wrestling form. Ho
looks like tho average man of u mus
cular Ijillld, and 1 want to say Hint
my acquaintance with "Hack" ha3
taught mo that ho Is one of tho
cleanest, best fellows ever In tho
a clean wrestler,
battle wins for him
I An far as tho battlo Is concerned
! ljr'U a perfoct mystery. Many critics
have said that' 1 Jiavo not a chance
' U'lllf fl, 1?it'ulh.i ltnl t U'fltil If, unit
that tlioy rifo entirely mistaken and
I nnr4by no means nVor-'conlldont. I
think 1 will win the world's cham
pionship In this match' fir t would
not enter. 1 lia'vo It on "Hack" In
Riverside League Holds
On April 26
business i Ho is
and his J-tyloMif h
many vvArm mlmli
Cczne and see Sur
iltt. V '
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Tho nulncrnM of tho goltllng g.inio
nro determined Hint those who fob
low tho sport have all Borts and
kinds of difficulties thiown In their
way. They arranged a match In
which tho bachelors wcro pitted
Palatini A, C. vs. Kuala A. C. and I agalnBt tho married men, they taught
Jnpaneso A. C. vs. Chinese Aloha George O'Neill the game, and now
Club will bW tho opening games of thoy are going to hold n medal piny
tho lUvcrsldo llascball League, which j match In which tho players will have
will take Plate on the 2Gth Inst. This to go the round of tho courso using
was decided at n meeting of tho one, and only otic, club. Thoy nro
league hold In tho offices of A. L. O. I allowed to pick tho club which they
Atkinson, Judd building, last night. ko tho best, hut If they break It
Present wcio A. Ii. C. Atklnton, prus- thoy mo allowed to takn another, tho
Idcnti V. Tin Cbnng, secretary; A. duplicate, or as nearly bo as possible,
K. Vlcrrn, vice president! nnd tho to llnlsh out tho gamo.
following representatives: S. P. Cor- This match will take plncq nt tha
ren, I'alanin A. 0.; K. Yasumorl nnd o.ihu Country Club on Sunday morn-
John Not ley, Japancso A. C; L. MounK ut 10:30 In tho morning.
Till and A. Akana, Chlncso Aloha
Club; nnd 11. II. Kelekollo, Kaala A.
C. Tho Chinese A. C. was not rep
lcscntcd. After the reading of the minutes
,of tho liiBt mectliiB by tho Bccrotniy
anil tho same bclilg nppiovcd, the ro-
poits of the officers were taken up
and' listened to with much Interest
by Hid members.
Hon. S. P. Corrca, tho chairman of
the Committee on Schedule, then pre
sented tho lepurt or that committee,
which was adopted nnd tho date ot
for tho opening games will bo on tile
2Cth of April, which Is about three
weeks fiom now. Tho opening cere
monies will be something unusual
and ono of tho biggest kinds of i
crowd will no doubt bo on hand. Tho
Hawaiian band will be naked to bo
present nnd with tho two baseball
games the people or this city will lw
given' n treat. Hon. S. P. Corrca, A.
K. Vlcrra nnd the Hoy Orator will
form' the committee to make tlio-nr-ran'gomciits.
Tho secretary was authorized liy
tho' lcaguo to purchaso bases, score
board and' other ncccSsars' ground-
WHITNEY fe MARSH
We have just received from
A Select Assortment of
n i: :t .
THEY TALK ABOUT US
:, JiHIlE NORTH
Jess Yj)dv tho Hah Johnson, ot
the Hawaiian Islands, tins about com
pleted arrangements with ComlsUoy
to liavo the White Sox train In Ho
nolulu next Spring. Comlskey In
tends to leave Chicago about two or
thrco wccKb earlier and go direct to
the Inlands, Ho will thou return to
San Francisco and play tho way ho
did this season. Portlnnd (Oro.)
8 8 a
which we will place on display on
Wednesday Next, April 1
height. Ho Han tot gooil ll reach as 1 1 outfit of a baseball diamond. ' lrt tho
have. Ho is iftilck as :( tlaslrt'ind 1
think my friends will be able to
Judgo my nullify In this particular
without my silylng'nnythlng about It.
I am going to train erdry day front
jimV until "Hack" am! I step on tho
mat to wrestle 'the battlo that will
dccldo which is tho greatest mat ar
tist tho world haB ever known.
"Hack" Is (u lino condition and ho
lifts not 'spared time n'or mohcy to
ct In trim to do his best ngnlnt
me. I am doing the same.
1 never grow over-confident beforo
battle nird for;, this reason am not
going to miiko brags about winning,
but I wnnt toVsy that If any of my
s6tting of tho practlso diiys It-was
dccldeil ria fbllriws: Pnlaiiin A. C,
JfOiHlnys; Kaala A, C Tuosdays;
.Inpaneso At C, Wodhcsdayrf; Chlnoso
AlohAs, Thursdays: and tho ChIno?o
,, u, on I'liiiuyo.
A. K. Vlelrrn, the vice president
elect, 'this being tho first meeting he
attbmied, tnon' spdko to tho lnembcri',
thanking them M tho honor confer
red On hlnru'ml btntlug that he would
do his best for tho Interest of pro.
motlng- the league. "Our haseball
Held Is In tho center of this town
and with tho public behind us and
tho sportsmanship that tho players
of Iho different clubs huvo shown and
friends nro confident enough or my the good bascbnll ames played, wo
ability to ilpfent "Hack" they can I may be sum tb-fk wo will receive the
is siloing t2ic only
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8 8 8
Tho grc.ilest automobile driver,
apparently, or the times Is Ccdrlno,
whose vlctoilcs at Orniond gavo him
thc-picmlor position In tho field.
Cedrlml, drunk with tho speed ma
nia, hastened back Trotn Ormond to
New York to prepare lus car Tor tho
great stock car raco for tho Ilrlar
clllfe trophy In Westchester County.
Tho ear has just arrived from Italy,
and Cedrlno will spend sovcrnl
weeks In tuning It up. Tho great
Itnllimjlrlver realizes that ho must
ho roady to tho mlmitd for tho Block
ear raco, and ho would not consent
to an entry being made nt Savannah,
In his victories nt Orniond, Cedrlno
first won tho Minneapolis trophy at
tho lOCMnllo distance against Wake
ley, winner last year, and then eap
tuicd Iho znri-mllo race, and com
pleted iluo miles at a rato of sovoaty
sovou miles to tho hour, or six miles
hotter than tho best provlous aver
age. Tho best time provlous to this
rldo was mndo by Nazzaro, whoa ho
averaged seventj'-ono miles to tho
hour In tho Grand Prix races In Ka
rons, Not content with theso vic
tories, Cedrlno annexed tho mllo rec
ord for middle distance cars wlion ho
did 0:35 as against tho 0:40 lecord
of (lay Vaughn. All of these records
will stand for some time.
Automobile and Carriage
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Andrew Carneglo admits- he and
John I). Rockefeller wrangled over a
golf ganui at Poeantlco Hills, N. Y.,
soma time ago, InsUts he won, nnd
says ho hopes tor another match on
Mr. Rockefeller's own links,
Ono bundled men are to bo added
In Iho Ran Francisco pollco foico
April 1, thirtieth nmiltersary of last
lucreaeo of department.
i.upport of Iho public," ho said; "In
fact. 'v,.'im going to do my best and
beo that all my rrlends glvo a hand
N tho promotion of this league,'
which has entertained thousands In
thejphst." Many encouraging re
in irVs Wcro mndo by tho members
and ovorybody w.ib pleased with tho
piogicss ui tar made.
Tho meeting then adjourned to
meet ugalu on tho lfilh Inst., on
which occasion tho $2r, assessment
on each club In defray tho cxpeusos
ot tho league is requested to bo paid
to tho treasurer.
Tho following Is tho schedule ot
the games adopted:
April 21! Palama A. O. vs. Kaala
A. C.j Jjipancio A. C. vb. Chlncso Alo
May a Chinese A. C, vs. Japanese
A C; Kaala A. C. vs. Chlneso Aloha
May 10 Chlnosc Aloha Club vb.
Chinese A. C; Japancso A. C. vs. Pa
lama A. C. ,
Mnv 17 Palama A. C. vs. Chlncso
Aloha Chili; Chlncso A. C. vs. Kaala
May 24 Kaala A. C. vs. Japancso
A. p.; Palama A. C. vb. Chlncso A. O.
May 31-j-rChlucso Aloha Club vs.
Japancso A. C.j Kaala A. C. vs. Pa
lama A. C. '
Juno 7 Chlncso Aloha Club vb.
Kaala A. C; Japanese A. C. vs. Chi
nese A. C.
June 14 Palama A. C. vs. Japan
ese A. C.J Chinese A. C, vs. Chlhoso
Juno Slj--Knalu A. C. vs. Chinese
A. C.jv Chinese Aloha Club vs. Pa
Juno 28 Palama A. C, vs. Chinese
A. C; Japancso A. C. vs, Kaala A. C.
July C Chlncso Aloha Club vs.
Japancso A. C; Knala A. C, vs. Pa
lama A. C.
July 12 Kaala A. C. vs.-Chlnose,
Aloha Club; Japanese A, C. vs. Chl
ncso A. C,
July 19 Palamn A. C. vs. Japan
ese A. C; Chinese A. C. vs. Chinese
July 26 Kaala A. C. vs. Chlncso
A. O.j Chinese Aloha Club vs. Pa
lama a. :.
August 2 Chlncso A, C. v. Pa-
Tho Y. M. C. A. handball results
yesterday and Monday wcro as fol
C. F.' llrlssel won from C. I,owls,
9-ic, ir,-rs,'in-ii. ,.
M. db' Colto won from II. Chand
ler, 15-k, 1B-12. '
21. Johnston wou from it, C. .Ax
teil. ir,-o, ir,-2.' ' '
J, Np.tt ,wou from A, Myhref lC-'J,
C. IkjiiIs won from A. Myhrc, 15
M. a. Johnston won from S. Gar
cia. 15-0, 15-10, 15-1. , , ,
M. Q. Johnston won from S. Dunn,
It. Nlclicl'scn' won from S. 'Ilunn,
15-1, 15-9, "
C. llrlssel won .from J. Curry, IB
IS, 15-9. '
M, Johnston won fiom C. llrlssel,
M. do Colto won from V. Vcnhul
zen, 15-11, 15-13.
K. II. lllnnchard wou from C. Lew
is, 15-11, 15-9.
II. S. Chandler won from P.
Schmidt, 15-2, 15-2.
II. S. Chandler won from K. Axtell,
K. II. lllnnchard won from J. C
Kwlng, 15-2, 15-8,
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 It 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
8 8 8
8 FOR THE FAN LOCAL AUTO NOTES "
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8 8 8 8 t; 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 j 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8'tt 8 8 8'8 8 8
There Was not a quorum present i uus ncuumau la going u uuhiv-.
at tho olflccs ot Frank Thompson cs-J iluco an Innovation In this part-of ,
lerday afternoon whcli n meeting of, tho country In tho Avay of nutomo
tho lfonoltilu llascball League was biles. Hvcryoiio around hero Is fa
talled, and consequently no business' miliar with tho Forcf runabout (not
was transacted. Those present wcio Alexander Iltnno), Which Is such a ', .
tho following: L. Petrlo and Kd For-1 useful vehicle for u biiblncbs man. llo '
nnndcz, leprcsontlng tho Diamond now has ordered a bunch of tho .anio
Head Athletic Club; Paul Isenbcrg, ' make, camo power machines, on n
Frank Thompson, CIuib. Chilling-' now model, Hint of a roadster with
worth, John Wise nnd U. Lemon. Ac-, three Beats. Thoy are a eu pretty
cording to tho rules of tho League, I and handy machine,
lepicsentntlvcs of three teams In tho! K 8 "
League must bo present at n mect- "This wason should bo much bet
ing beforo offlclal business can bo T Tor tho sale or anliioblles than
transuded. ' l 'n''" ha''l " pronilnout dcilor tills
jj JC f .ini'ornlng. "This will bo on account
There will he n mooting ot tho of tho money market partly, mil .
baseball magnates today, at 'which' partly liecnuhu of pretty htjlcs uml
reports of vnrloua committees re- models Tor this year.' -y
gnrdtng tho comlllg 'of tho collcgo 8 8 8
teams hero fiom tho Coast will bo " ls n sure emeu nun mi bpccu it
presented. Put aieasoii' is Still wan- distance Wyia wll bo (iruLen on
derlnir iirolmd with that lost exmes , 'o Honolulu highways and bywaya
Blou on In face because or tho met 1? '"HE as this sloppy weather con
that he has not heard from Ja'.'nii.! tliuu-ri. '
irnnrmrn- l.n lu li..t.nr.l fif llin.. tu ' m
ii steamer duo hero from tho Orient
tu it few days. '
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Hill Vaunnttn sa)M there Is noth
BE. BAKER AT MIDWAY
Followlug Is u momonrnda ot tho
latebt lelind records mndo In con
testa wherein niembcrs of tho eoh
tlor'bex only, wore participants:
100-yard dash 13 bcc
100-yard hurdles (low) 1C 1-5
Tluowlng baseball 195 ft. 3 In.
Throwing basketball 72 ft. 5 1-2
Putting 8-lb. shot 32 ft. 3 In.
' 8 8 j:
Tho "kids" of tho Kumohiimoha
Preparatory School aro the next
hunch of boys who wilt engage, in
a track meet. Tholr ovont will como
off noxt Saturday afternoon at tho
K X 8
llascball practlso will bo sldo
t lacked for tho noxt week by tho
Knui team, tho tlino bolng utilized
In tho plcasurq of camping out.
lama A. C; Japancso A. C. vb. Knala
August 9 Palama A. C. vs, Ka
alu A. C; Chlncso Aloha Club Vs.
Japancso A, C.
August IB Chinese A. C. vs. Jnp
uncse A, C; Knala A. C Vs. Chlurso
August 23 Chlncso Aloha Club
vs. Chlncso A.C.;'jnpancso A. C. vs.
Palama A. C.
August 30 Palama A. C. vs. Chi
nese Aloha Club; Chinese A. C. vs.
Knala A. C.
September 0 Kaala A. C. vs. Jap
anese A. C; Palama A. C. ys. Chi
nese A C,
On account of Haster Sunday, tho
league games will not commence un
til April 2G. The first game of each
afternoon will commence at 2 o'clock.
Tho following committee wns ap
pointed to make arrangements for a
grand opening of tho league on tho
2fith Inst,: 9. P. Correa, A. K. Vlcrra,
II. II. Kelekollo.
Washington, D, C Match IS.
Mvron C. linker, nsslstaut huiceou.
""""".,..:-. ...... v
lug doing for him this ear. Accord- unucl1 otillca ',lv' "" " '
ing o his statement, baseball tnkes ca,,1 l" Ul N,lv' Uepartmont today,
up too much of his tlmo and there, """B '" tllQ marines stationed on
mo too many occasions when ho feels' Mldwiiy Island were to ho taken o't
under obligations to play when ho' wltlll " f,'w mn,rs ani1 "".Provision
really does not feel In tho mood. So,1""1 bccn n""' to reIlove Mm- n
WllUnm says, "Nix on tho brtboliall t "PPealcil to. bo taken also, as Jio was
limelight for mull." ' I ,'0l)c"lont m I'10 marines and would
j. .'. .. be marooned with only tho cable op-
"Rotten! HottetU Kill tho umpire! I t'ri1","rH for ZTT, " """"""I
Slide, you sucker! Oh, what a tain! , l,to iINhcl his purpose and
.....1 all tho rest of the fan's vocabu-1 ho 7" ur,,ort"1 Mvu " wlt" ",0
l.iry will Boon 1111 the air. As nul '"''J, "., , ,, ,, , ,,
nfi,i!,t,i ii mtM,i i, iin,i ii,,,.' S11C0 lanl- wl'cn tho cable station
Jack Doyle learned omo entirely' talill.liM. Lieutenant John I).
now ones while h(, was at HI'S Coast. '?"' noventecn marines liavo
... ,. ., braved tho dcnolatlon of Midway Ihl-
, !', ,, ... land. Dr. linker was sent tlicro last
Kan. Loys aie furi.shli.g up their , UlU!lltly- , wetu ,.cceht.,,
rlllC1 an. shotguns n p.eparatlon thnt t,m I)arllc3 B,10tlI(, 1)0 IlII1Kl v
.... a,,..u......h ...... h i.u.1 ", ln,nClj,t linker was ovorlio'.:od.Tlml k .
entlro party was tal.en off on IheyV'
Iroquois. ' - " . j
' 9 if
I'rc-slilcnl llncisctclt recently ou
ferlalncd a band or Wyoming Indians.,
ly correctly ublug their Blgn nii-
ftf vacation in tho mountains,
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Tho SoulnrH of tho Kam Schools
will glvo n concert ami play at the'
gymnasium next Saturday evening.
Tickets nro now' on Bale;.
8 U Hi
Doc Monsnrrat will also ho therol ':l'aK'
with the scientific shout.
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