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On April 18- Both
At last there In something dellnlto
atjimt the Inng-tnlked-or wre3tlttig
matches. Yesterday evening Krniik
K.iniio and Hans I'roelechor signed
hi tides for a catch-as-catch-can
match In the Orphoum theater t be
lie-Id Apill IS. Tlio twii limlles came
U.gethcr In th" box odlro ir the
pl.iy-liou'o last nlKlit and nil nr-
iiingcmetils were mado for the match, j
Kmiau ls.i Ilawnlluii nnd Ib sup- j
po..cd to be an exceedingly "trims
man, mougii nc iius nui uau u.e
wrestling cxpei lemo that the Swiss i
hub. They aio hoth big men, Kro ,
lecher helng tall and spare with a
bulging chest and long, strong arms',
while Kaiiiie is fuller built with wide
husk) shouldeis and a general make
up that tolls of great power. Neither
of the men has been on tho mat for
mire time, but they arc In training
rtcadlly and tdioulil be In good shape
for the match by tho JSth. Kniinu
weighs about I 'JO pounds.
The agreement which were sign
ed yesterday stipulate that the
match be acco.dlng to tho rules or
the liiternalioii.tl Wicjtllng Associa
tion. The forfeits were posted and the,
following uitlele-, signed: '
I We. the undersigned, hereby agree
lo meei ill ii wrestling inai"li nun lo
iiblde l' the Inlbiwlli" nilblei:
I. The bi.nt tj :.il." pl.ue on prll
Splendid Racing Yacht Hawaii
Thai Will Be Launched Tonight
;':-. .;..4i.r,i t souqisti will
A' G o'clock tills oven'lug the beau
tlful little nicer Hawaii vlll blip
Into tho water This Is tho ovcat
that ban been looked forward to lor
uo long by every yachting man in the
Inlands. It will mean the beginning
of tlio end. Ileforo It has been an
up-hill light all tho way. Tho Traiib
l'jciflc Yacht Committee has had all
tnit.t and Muds of obstacles tin own
in Its way, obstacle) m bard that
piobahly other men would have pass
ed it up with a growl, hut not a
word of complaint has been henid.
The men had tint giout moment In
mind all tho time when they bhould
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BY CHARLES C. ALB3IQIIT.
Oi .'ucuin Thoi.ler In II'j-
I ni lulj
l'li'iy per tent of tlin si or re
cclj.tj tu lio aot nsldo un the purte, to
led un n basis of 7G per cent. '
Inner and 26 pur cent, to
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3. The bout to ho wrcotled under
tlic cutch-nii-culch-cnn rules of tho
I-itornutlonnl Wicatllnt Association. '
4. Tlio contestant obtaining the
Lost two oTft tit throe falls to bo do-1.
i.ireil the- winner, j
5. rjaUllvroiglit to govern the
(i. A refer' o ; ftreenblo to both
p.; it lea to lio f elected. j
7. A forfeit of $50 to bo posted liy
each man Immediately after tlio
..Isnlnc of thete nrtldcs, Enid turn to
l.e claimed. Iiv tlio promoter If a man
fulls to appeal on tlio mat at th
specified tlmo and place.
HI 1.0, Hawaii, Apill i' At
meeting of the Has ball l.oagtm on
Saturday evening It was decided to
,, 10 lAVIJ.ll(,uar feo for each
iiliivnf V It Iti iinn(li lllv fj-.il 1 1 fifta I It n
, ' , i",,,, (m t10 ECneoii to
("he mlu rpcc'Ui ng tlle sr paid
by each club goes bach to the chili
I at the end of tho season piovldod
I It plays thloughout the whole sea
I Kon. Tho four clubs that hae Joined
i the League for this seat.o;i aie: Illlos,
II. A. C.V. Moolieaus and V. M. I. 'a.
. Although tho Junior elulu lust ne.i
' on gae $76 toward llxlng tlio
nrouud, the Juniors will not be al
lowed to Join tho League this year,
thus fuitber diminishing the tutoine.
It Is stated that the committee ap
pointed on bleacheiH Is prepared to
lerommoud the election of a stand.
, IT thin tin iliini tlip I.nMtrlni wilt tieclll
ho foag)n n ,,,,, ,.1(1,r ay c..
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1 lilllBtillll l1 llll' l,lilIIU O illlilll, llll
,,, for lp heuMm u , ,g n()t
i in mil llglllg
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ri-- .nh oiniini aP 'he niillrtl-'
ee tho Hawaii In tlio wator It
won i j ho near tho fullllliiu-iit of tliolr
ih die though, a lituted huloie. It
would bo only tho beginning of tho
end, with plenty of sacrifices ni.d
haul labor in sight still.
(Jou'rnor and Mrs. W. V, Kiuar
will intend tho launching ceiemonlej
this evening, nnd Mm. I ''rear will as-
hUi Miss Kaul WIIlox In chrlbtenlug
the jucht as she slides gracefully In
to tho water. Sevouil donations to
tho Hawaii camo In this morning to
Seeietnry Melnorny of tho Committee. I
Jits. W. !', Fiear donated tho main- '
:!iHSE ill M
RA.l UWMh INTRODUGE MISS WILCOX
LmL I U HI VU 11 VII I
Four Teams To Meet
In Usual Sunday
The Klvcrtddc Junior League will
play totituiiow nfternoon at the Aula
I'nrli ground, tho llrHt name begin
ning lit 1:30 p. in.
Tim tiret struggle will bo between
tlio Sweet Violets and the Chinese
Alohaii and both teams mo determlii
ed to "In.
Tlio Sweet Violets will appear on
the diamond this tlmo to deliver tho
good to tlio Clilneso Alohas and
lower their banner, while, on tho
iilher hand, the Chinese Alohus are
taking things easy because they have
W'nfl'lonco that they can deliver the
Tho Chinese Alohas nro crippled at
the present time owing to the de
parture of Qiion Chew, Ah Hipp, and
the leulgnlng from tho club of Tahu
Kciloha, the best tblld b:n.enrui
' theie Is In the Territory of Hawaii.
Vet, notwithstanding this, tho Alo
has will light every hit of the game,
l oven If It takes seventeen Innings
I ag.iln to decide tho winner.
I Tho second game will be a light
between tlle Asahl A. C. and Dr. LI's
swell aggregation, tho Aula A. C.
1 The Asahl team Is a fast combina
tion and, with TscuJI In tho box nnd
II. Mdlo behind the hat, Sam Hop
will hao to dig before he can beat
I Ram Hop, the manager of the Al
ias, iind Manuel Corren, the captain-
pln-inl! The Hawaiian I'lnenpplo
Company sent lit a case of prcsorvod
pineapples to be used on the trip, nnd
Mr. Hamcs also earned tlio thanks ot
tho Commltteo by rending in a enso
of luscious pineapples. Mrs. It, C.
Ingram donated n very' pretty pen
nant which will adorn tho cabin wall
of tho yacht.
A largo crowd la expected to bo on
hand at Horonsun & l.ylo'a shipyard
this evening at (1 o'clock when tho
Hawaii Is launched. It will bo an
Impressive (eromony, though It may
take a uimowjiut longer tlmo than la
nnd best first baseman tho Riverside '
Senior League hint ocr produced, are I
confident that they can wlilp the
Asahls and with this determination
the) will appear on the Held.
Clias. Abo will be on the slde-llno
to coach for his team and John Souza
will deliver tlio signals for tho Aalas. j
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("onimcidoro Cooper of tlio Hawaii
Yiu'ht Club will tntrudiii'O Miss Mary
Kuul Wilcox Just before sho bie.iks
tho bottle of rare old champagne, do
nated liy Mis I' Uynn. and will make
a few iPinurkii nppioprlate to the oo
rii.don. i mm
Brooklyn Yacht Club's
Race For $1,000
New Voik. Flvo entliGa for the
Ilrooklyn Yacht Club's mean race for
Sir Thomas Upton's Sl.ono cup have
already been made, although tho con
ditions weio only announced a short
tlmu ago. The entries are the schoon
er Tamimiiiy, owned by Commodore.
William C. Toweu, of tho Ilrookljn
CJub; the sloop Omlawa, owned liy
Vlce-Cominodoro Dald K. Austen, of
tho IJiooklju Club; tho tloop Garde
nia, owned by Itcar-Cominodoro Her
zlg, of tho Ilrooklyn Club; the yawl
Hyperion, owned by Commodoio
Krank Mnler, of tho New Hochcllo
Yacht Club, and the nloop Mimosa
HI, owned by Stuyvesant Wain
wrlglit, of tho American Yacht Club,
or lle, N. Y.
Sir Thomas has expressed great In
let est In the race, which now promises
lo be one of the big yachting events
of the coming hummer, ami the largest
ocean rare In point of ou'rlcs that
has ever been held. t "
The stait will take place In Crave
send Uay at 1(1 a. m. tin' HntufcUiy,
July 4, and tho )'aehti will first make,
for Scotland Jlghtvetsel.' After roimd-i
hig (bat ll'tfiy WIH-'ko" to l'lre Island
lUht,eCEe(, tlieit'td tho nOrlllt'iist end
lightvesKcl tirf lliu I(ilafaru 'TMlak
water at Capo May; abd thcri back 'to
fltif Htartltig lint'. It Ih oxpecUM thai,
(he winning lioaf wlll'tbWsli some time
tie fil)owijg Monday nlnt'iilh:r.
The, schooner Tamnlaiiy and the
awI,lIyprlotn tool: part Uf the oeein
tnce to Ilermnda laBt HiniimtT, nnd
tho riardenla and 111(4 MlmOsd 'III, a
Herrefilioff creation, arA Uiu1 two' fast
est boattt In tiieir claoses. Tho (Jar
dcni'i Is a iS-footer and the Mimosa
a 38-fooler. The former was owned
lust summer by Alfred Iletinen Morris,
and tho latter by tho lato Trenor C.
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Oidlnaiily tho blatant hlencherlte'
who howls at tho players lacks ever,
tho rudiments of humor, but St.
Louis lias ono who Is a gem of I ho
first water. Who ho Is no ono up
pears to know, hut he always Is out
In tho left-Held scats In tho Ameri
can League grounds, and he keeps
the crowd roaring at Intervals all
through the game. One afternoon
last summer tho Athletics wore
playing tho Drowns In St, Louis and
Connolly was umpiring,, giving tho
I'hlladelphlans perhaps a shado tho
better of several close decisions, Tho
crowd wan yelling at the umpire and
working Itself up Into a fury until
about tho fifth Inning, when ho made
nnuHher decision It didn't like.
Then, In a lull, tho loud-mouthed
Gotch Is World Champion
CHICAGO, 111., April 3. In the wrestling championship contest hero
(iotch, tho American champion, won over Iliickenschmldt, the Kusslnn
champion, securing the first fall. Iliickenschmldt quit the contest.
That Frank flotch vns not conll- nttlo physician-wrestler, who recent
dent without rcabou, as he snld In ly butted Into tho professional game,
tho story published In theso columns Holler met Ootch last winter In Sc
jestcrday, was borne out by the re- tittle l a match where (Joteli bet
suit of his match with tho Russian $1000 that ho could get two rails In
Lion last night. Tho cable Bays that less than an hour. IlolW, who then
' Hack" nult nfter tho first fall. This bad bad no professional experience,
leads to tho supposition thut ho staved tho big champ on for the full
kicked on tho decision ot tho reforeo tlmo and even had him going p.wt
or bad somo fault to Iind with tlio of tho time. Ootch afterward said
way things wore going. At nny rate that tlio Doctor was the hardest man
Ootch has demonstrated tho fact that ho had ever met. Holler bus since
ho Is a better man than tho UussNii, beaten all comers in Seuttlo and Ta
nnd his nnmo will go down Ijuhlstory coma, and hnB been balled by tho
as tho champion or tho world. I sporting writers or tho Northwest as
Thcro Is only ono man in tho a man who could with a year's expe
Unltcd States at tho present tlmo rlenco win easily from Gotch.
piobahly, who can givo Gotch a bard A match between these two Is tho
tussle, and that Is Dr. Itollor, tho So- next thing In order.
SAN JOSH, Calif., April 3. The
contest has arrived hero.
IIAKI'USl'lKLD, Calif., April 2.
jWorid's Greatest Sport
- -One Of Country's
llesldes being tho greatest sport 111
the world, biscball Is ono of tho
United Stales' big Industries. At,
least 3J leagues In addition to tlio
major organizations nro In buslnciii,
conducted on fairly broad lines, and
It Is safe to sn that fully J12,l)00,OOU
vlll bo spent before the various pen
nant races nro concluded. That tho
expense of tho big leagues does ac
tually total mine than $2,jno,oon an
nually Is easy to pi me. A couserta-
the club president has glon figures
proving Hint tlio statement fs jiot
CMiggeiated. Ills figures, which are
piobahly below those of some others,
aie taken ns an average, lleglnnlng
with $10,000 a year for ground lent,
ntallds, club house and tho cost ot
putting tho ground In good condition
amounts to t-tu,i)00. In the major
leagucu tills ycur the clubs will travel
about U500 miles, which at two cents
a mile, for 20 plnyers, foots up to
(3800. The Southern trip means an
expenditure of $5000 at thi lowest es
timate. Knch club plays 77 games
ifwny from home, which meant) hs
many days tu hotels nt a rate which
averago $.1 a day per man, totaling
$4C00. Meals nnd berths on trains will
cost another $1000. The average sal
ary list of the players of n major
league club Is J.MI.OIM. A mnnugcr
will get $(1000 nnd a business manager
$3009. nvery year tho clubs draft or
purchase players from minor league
teams. This averages tlireo pltcheis
$2300, ono catcher $1000, two In
fielders $2ono. two outfielders $2000,
which makes a total of $7500, a mod
est estimate Indeed In this day of hot
rivalry and fancy prices for oimg
plaers. I'aeh club orders u0 dozen
balls, at $15 n dozen, and frequently
50 dozen Is not enough, but this num
ber costs $750. Ilaslug calculation
upmi 20 mill the two sets nl auriform
alone, cost' $050'. and the' shoes loiuid'
l( up to $1000. Trainer get from
$G00 up. 'All this expenso. foots, up
JtQ $13d,050, to get blek. "Trmbalanco
Hie books 2tti).1CU" finis 'inurt .pij
'.I I.' A. '....tj.'j. ... nl. A. ...n. I.
igMIMSl uiu .tiuu ill. mividBu"wr
nii)kon of 50 cents, "in most cities
hu average price Is but 33 cents, be
cause fpur prices rule, 23, 60 and 73
pe,uts. with iii(iMk& fc'.tta at $U r.s
Urnafl'ug tlic averago at'33 cents, 'then,
U, mevt tlic-cxinsc 383,V4& f.mii must
p;iijslhrniish thd'tlirustllcsibiiforu the
nccoiuit Is r'ipiart'll, n'ot lnelinlnKillie
, visiting clubs 'share of the roculpts.
I'jgurlng.tho average expense nt Jtap,
05Q, tho cost' 'of if. lenfns Is $2,000l(lj).
To thl's a'cfil Ibu sAlary of Uau John
bon, $15,000, and Harry l'lilllain, $lu,
000, and the Bum Is $3,I05,S0O.
Daniel Sydney Applcton, Kngllsh
representative of t. Appleton ii Co.,
publisher, died of heart diseases In
London. As n literary advisor hu
was known by many of the foiemost
writers ot his tlmo.
Ann Arbor, Mich., authorities aie
trying to get Jail sentences for llf
teen of the students nricstod for
wrecking the Star theater. lt la said
they will bo dismissed from the uni
versity. An Amerlcun firm has been suceiyii
fill In the competition Instituted !''
the Itiibslau War Ofllco to determine
tho best cartridge and papl;-bai rylng
equipment for Infantrymen,
$ . $, , . a, a. ,i .f, 4, j '.j. .1, ,t, ,
"Sp.v, Connolly, remember thcro
are Irish on both teams,"
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The pitching machlno nt Yalo has
been chucked to the side-lines be
cause. It's surmised, It could not Join
In tlio "lloolu" choius.
Itnllan car In tlio lound-the-woild
The Fianrh ear reached hero today.