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Tim opening of tlio polo season
has been postponed for about a
month, mill u number of the polo en
thusiasts of tills Island will keep
their nnlmnls In condition by racing
them. E. H. Lewis has n new horse,
"Sliunirock" by name, which lio
thinks Is going to be a whiz this
season. It Is n stocklly built animal
and Is frisky und very full of life.
Yesterday afternoon Lewis pitted
Shamrock against a Maul pony on
the llcach road, and the polo horse
showed his speed by running away
from his opponent. Lewis is going
to race Shamrock for a fow weeks
until I lie season for polo draws near.
This may moan thnt thero wl'.l bo
another Bcrlcs of horso races at the
There will bo a bunch of now
horses In polo this ear. Walter 1)11
llnghnm brought down two trained
animals from tbo Coast recently, and
Mr. Uetinlson and Dr. llaldwin will
piohably Import now horses. Thrco
or four of the players around hero
arc turning out regularly to get In
condition for the season.
rt t: ::
Jako Stabl seems to lrnvo his bat
ting cyo with him this year. In a
recent practice gamo with the High
landers ho walloped out two homo
runs, and Is annexing nt least two
bits every game. Ills homers were
scored off Cbcsbro.
it :: n
Pitcher Ilobertson, Hoston's new
capture from Little Hock, hns devel
oped a soro arm and will be of no uso
to Taylor until tbo season Is far ad
vanced. Ho bus therefore been re
leased, with tbo usual Btrlngs at
tached. II K
Tho fight for the posltloa of third
base on tho Highlanders team bc
twecn Morlqrlty and Conroy Is ona
of tho sensations of tho nntc-Bcason,
and It look as If the would-bo out
law player would get left.
k it s.
The American and National
League managers aro now busy look
ing for berths to .placo their promis
ing )oungstcrs In with, of course, a
string attached when they mature.
Llcbhnrdt of tho Cleveland club
says that Merger will havo nioro
speed than other pitchers In tho
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Stanford University, Oil., March
30. Training hns onco more been
Btartcd by tho Cardinal oarBiuon, who
havo reorganized nt tho advlco of
John Wnhllnnl and Hilly Haxlo
wlll box four rounds ns n prollmt-
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miry m ui' wii'iuiiiiK iiiuiuii uu iiiui , , .
I Xtli. Amosa Kauahl and Sailor i un,I"KrUntCS ""' '.1
Itohcrts havo been matched In one of
tho wrestling prelim.
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Space at tbo League baseball
grounds will ho at a premium dining
tbo stay of tho Kleot here, with brisc
bull games and Wild West shows.
it i: :i
The Kiillhl Athletic Club met last
night and transacted routine busi
ness. All Is well with this nourish
:: x k
John Woo wiites an Interesting,
albeit bhort, account of wicker foot-J
the days on
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Tlio foimlng of the SeiiBldc League
was announced in tho II u 1 I o 1 1 u
several dnj'B ago.
it ii n
GANS AND R0BS0N
tbo alumni. The oarsmen arc now
gotllng down to strenuous work and
will devote tho entire Kastcr vaca
tion to vigorous training on the bay
I nt Redwood City under the direction
of Assistant Coach Turner. That tbo
work of, th,c oarsmen may be consist
ent, Coach Turner bus tnado nrrange-
l ments with tho men so that thoy can
row yvory, day this vacation on tho
With only twenty-six days loft be
fore tho Intercollegiate regatta comes
all tlio Carllnal men realized tbo tic
ccbslty of hard work.
As )otno now captain has been
Jeld In Fall
Tho annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Tennis Association was holdJ
)cstcnlny afternoon in mo ciuu
honso of tho Pacific Tennis Club. Lwa
Tennis Club was represented by V.
E. Greenfield, A. M, McKccvor and
W. L. West; Pacific Tennis Club by
II. Castle, 1'. K. Stccro and It. A.
Cookoj Hcrotnnla Tennis Club by A.
C. Wall, It. II, Hooth and 6. 0. Hock
us. I The following officers woro elect
ed for 1908: President, C. G. Hock
usj Sccrctnry, Richard A. Cooke.
I It was decided to rhnngo tho dala
of tho annual championship tourna-
imciit from the spring to tho fall
thus giving nil the plnjorn through
out tho Territory an opportunity to
take part. Ever Blnco tbo associa
tion was formed tho chnmplonshlp
events havo tnken place cither in
May or June, the Herctnnla club
. holding an Invitation tournament In
I the fall, but this year tho champion
ships will bo decided the first week
In October, and, the llcretnnla club
will hold Its Invitation tournament
Hereafter nil matches will bo
plated strictly In conformity with
the rules of tlio United States Lawn
Tennis Association, beginning with
tho rules for 1908. All cups offered
this J car In tho championship
matches will ho played for but ono
time, when they will go Into tho
possession of tho winners to bo re
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elected und It Is supposed by many
that no nqw head will bo elected this
spring. At the present time II. II.
Patrick Is rowing stioKo In tbo shell
whlth was heretofore held by Cap
tain L. IL Gny. Patrick Is an cx
pcrlcnccd.oarsmnn, having rowed last
Ar uAXun w&iuma. spring against soumern uniuorniu
and tho University of Washington
Philadelphia. Pa., Mnrch 25. Joo ' crcw jaj.
Gans and Splko Hobson, who nro to j A ,lrK0 number of tho squad has
fight beforo tho National Athletic ueeu weeded nut by Coach Turner
Club hero April Sth. will enter tho nnd at the present tlmo the men rc
rlng nt catch wolgbts. (Inns will get m.ilnlng on thn list nro all men wltn
00 per cent., win, loso or draw. ! K(K)I chances of making a Beat In tbo
Rob-on says: -Attell wanted Gans Varsity shell by tho tlmo of tbo ro-
tn weigh In at 132 pounds, but 1 am ' Baitn nn April 2Blli. Tho men who
willing to let him lomo In at catch urn now working steadily with tho
weights. I havo nearly always con-1 crew aro A. N. Colo, It. Reynolds, C.
coifed weight, no matter who was my I Wnndrlcs, II. Hatch, II. II. Patrick,
opponent, therefore. I might as wc'I t c. lleiibon, M, Malono nnd Ellis,
meet tho best In tho world wbllo Ij A. N. Cole is n eteran oarsmnn,
nm nt It. And I promise that I will llunlng rqwed lust spring on tho Vnr
enrry lilm along a pretty good gait. j slty crow against California and
1 fully reallzo that I am tackling tlio , Washington. It. Reynolds was also
liardcst g.imn I ocr went against, I a member of tho Varsity crow which
but I ylll do my best all tbo tlmo met tbo University of Washington
I am In tho ring. I shall ,ril,n care-1 eight on Lako Washington In Seattle,
fully for tho contest and expect to I It II I:
go Into tho ring weighing not nioro DEMAREST MAKES A
than 128 pounds. 1 cannot bo nt my i NEW WORLD'S RECORD
best If I weigh more than that, them- ,
fore. It wonJd bo foolish (on my part ' Chicago, III., March 27. Surpass
to be heavier In order to limit Gan-.' lug his world's record run of 170
weight advantngc." ' with a rcmarkablo string of 202, nnd
It t: a I defeating II. A. Wright of Snn Fran-
MARATHON TRY-OUT clsco too to 22, Calvin Demurest for
TAKES PLACE AT BOSTON , "10 second successive time won tbo
i national amateur 11.2 billiard cliam-
Now York, Mnrch 27 Tho oxecu.' plonshlp tonight In tho third play-off
llo commlttco of tho Olympic games 'of tho trlplo tip that resultod from
has decided that tho Hostou Athlutlc ' tho tournament.
Association Marathon taco. which Is Wh tho champions!,!,, contest
bVihot WoiS:" r'r,crt,"f lta '-;,--
thon to bo hold In London this rum-' tMon h thc noor c'll"on or
mer. Tho commltteo will select Its Wright, who hns not recovered from
onirics from those uho start In tho his collapse earlier in the week, De
Doston race. I maiest more than made up his grand
Tho committee has also dccldod , work. Ho finished with an average
that In nil thrco tryouts-Phlladol- 0, 3n io-u, while Wright made his
!B:,C;T S",V,. ".I lT d"o,st owlng of tho series with an
A number of tho followcis of
Isaac Walton met last night, told
fish stories, and Incidentally decid
ed to form a club. Tbo following
anglers aro Interested In tbo project:
Frank Hnlstcnd, 11. L. Ilorbcrt, C. F.
Maxwell, Charles Reeves, 11. M.
Ayrcs, Archie Robertson, Gcorgo
Hairls, II. Lewis, Dr. Humphrls, II.
Vlda, II. Vnn Glcscn, It. D. Mead,
C. R. Frnzlcr, J. L. Holt, R. II.
Hooth, I). Hnnest and W. W. Wals-
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C0UL0N SR. THINKS
"PACKY" IS A CINCH
Coulon, father of bantam champion
John Coulon, was Interviewed upon
his return to Chicago. Ho said,
among, other things: "I saw tho
Itrltt-Nclson fight nnd it was poor.
McFurlaml will havo no troublo In
defeating llritt, because tho Coast
man cannot hit and docs not show
"P.icky will lick llritt. nnd I nm
going to placo my money on him,"
sold Coulon Sr. "I saw Packy and
ho looked line. McFnrland Is work
ing at Millet's placo and likes It. Wo
bad a nice trip to tbo Coast and weio
treated well by Tom McCaray of tho
Pacific Coast -Club and other mem
bers of the organization."
GERMAN DRIVER EXHAUSTED
Physical Director Meylan
Finds Smokers Strong Men
Dr. George L. Meylan, director of
tho Columbia Gymnasium, Now York;
City, hns given out n stntcment of
statistics collected among tho nowj
students at tho local university fori
tho past two years with regard to
tbo effects had on young men from'
tho use of tobacco and alcoholic stim-
limits. He questioned nearly 700
men in tho entering classes, nfj
whom 90 per cent, wcro first-year
men in the undcrgrnduato schools, :
ranging from sixteen to twcnty-llvb
yenra of ago, while 10 per cent, of!
tho number wcro first-year men In
tbo law and other graduates schools,
nearly all being over twenty yoaiu of
From the tnbulntlou of tho re
sults of the Investigation, Dr. Mey
lan declares that, so far ns ho can
sec, tho use of tobacco and alcoholic
liquors has no effect ono way or tho
other on tho physique of youths com
ing to maturity. Out of the OS" men
questioned 141, or 2I.S per cent.,
admitted thoy used liquor to sonto
Concerning tho uso of tobacco, out
of 083 answers. Dr. Meylan received
205, or 30 per cent., said they smok
ed. On tbo Ii.isIh of theso returns as to
smokers among tho new student',
Dr. Meylan mado iibo of tho physical
examination records, showing tho
strength and measurements of every
man who answered bis Inquiries. In
this way ho found that for tho 2nr
smokers, ns against tho 178 ikmi-uscih
of tobacco, their ago was 20 jears, in
months, one joar ami tno months
in ore than that of tho latter rl.u.s
Tho other noragvn weio those of ibi
smokers coming first: Weight, dl 2N
kilograms, rs against H9.77 kilograms:
height. 171.57 centimetres, as agnlnsi
171. 1 centimetres; lung rap.icil, l.lf,
litres, as against 4.07 lilies; total
btrcngth (In weight llflel). '.SO kilo
grams, ns ngalnst ,'1S .kllogiams.
"Tho apparent ailvnntngo of tbo
smokers over tho nun-sinokcra In over-
one of thcr.o averages, said Hr.
Meylan, "I would put doun to tho
dlspailty In a,gq between tho two
classes, whole tlio mnoklng studcntH
have moru than n year's stmt on
those who do not Indulge In tobacco.
"One peculiar statement In text
books on physiology that has hud my
caiefiil coiisldcinllou during Ihu col
lection of thoso flguroH," concluded
Columbia's physical director, "H that
to tho effect that smoking, If tho hab
it Is formed In tho early teens, tends
to lessen tho lung rapacity of oung
men, and thus predispose thcnix to
lung troubles Certainly, the cu-raxo
lung capacity of tbo studeuts who
smoko when contrasted with that of
tho other class, gives tho Ho to this
oft-expressed opinion. That Is all 1
can call It, for whenoor a text-hook
wilier has been appealed to for Infoi
matlon of his sourco tbo invailablo
answer has beon that tho statement
wan put In on tho niitboilty.of sonic
other author, nnd not an the refill of
personal experiment or lmcstigi-tlon."
tho slzo of tho clrclo for throwing the
discus shall bo tho samo us tho ono
that will bo U3ed In Imdon 2.50
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Kansas City should go some this
year with Monto Cross, Jako Hockley
and Hly Hiillmnn In the Inlllcld.
average of 1 10-12. Scoro:
Dcnmrost (400) 1 34 1 9 1 14 2
9 73 202 0 0 f.4 400. Average, 30
10-13, high runs, 202 73.
Wright (22) 0 OR 0008360
0 022. Average, 1 10-12: high
1 tins, 8 0, Rofercc, Va. Somplo,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. The Fleet Is coming. Let us claan
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. up the City. -
Ogdcn, Utah, Mnrch 2G. If ad
vices on tho progress of tho Italian
uutomohllo In tho Now York-to-Purls
aeo received from Lly, Nov., tonight
a fow minutes beforo tho closing of
the telegraph there bo correct tho
car, which loft Cobre, Nov., at S
o'clock this morning, with prospects
of a good day's journey, should novn
havo arrived at tho outskirts of Lly,
The French car, arriving hero at
11:30 o'clock tonight, reported hnv
Ing mado encouraging progress
throughout tho day. At Rock Springs,
Wyo., whoro tho German car arrived
lato tonight, tbo drlvor, completely
exhausted, begged for relief whllo bis
automobile, which hud sustained a
broken axle, was being repaired.
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YALE WANTS TO
ENTER TWO CREWS
New Haven, Conn., March 27.
Han W. Curtlu," advlsdry .re
Call up at any time by telephone
any one of these numbers
290 - 200 ---1097
coach at Yale, today announced that
with the. faculty permission Yalo will
enter two crows for tho American
Henley regatta nt Philadelphia May
23d, to bo known as tho socond var
sity itud fresh'men,
KEEPS THEM AWAKE
"Yes," said tho man who some
times lets out an nudlblo thought,
"thoy aro the biggest fakora on
"Who?" queried the party with tho
rubber bnblt. -- -
"Tho astronomers," nnswered tho
pnity of tho prelude.
"How do you figure that out?"
asked tho rubbering chup.
"Why, they sit up nights trying to
con the universe," explained tho noi
Fln Job Printl"" t the Bulletin.
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New York's Gambling v Bill
ALHANY, N. V April 8.- The volo In tbo Stuto Senate on the null-racing
bill was a tie, This kills lUuiilcss It Is reconsidered. Tho bill
was passed In tho Uiwer Houso and a coriuptlnn fund of $000,000.
was sent from New York to defeat tho bill in tho Senate.
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