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"The Family Scrap"
"The Court of Injustice"
"Look, Sec and Devour"
"The, Nickle Dance Hall!'
GREAT DOINGS IN
streets, wherein commences tho
straight and narrow pathway lined
with Bide shows compared with
which the now historic Pike ot St.
Louis r or tho .Midway or Chicago
woro but a flitting reminiscence.
Tho Elks have worked like Trojans
In ordor to perfect all their plans and
complete" th6lr arrangements for to
night's show. At noon, today tho la
bor of several weeks had reached a
stage 'bf completion that left but llttlo
to the imagination.
The Bulletin man was first pilot
ed Into the Danco Hall. Ho was thcro
met'bjjS precocious pair from tho lo
cal lodgo of Ellis and Invited to try a
hand at tripping tho. light fantastic on
perfect floor tatty by thirty feot.
George1' Martin' Is In charge- of this,
fcaturo of the show. He Is ably as
sisted by C. D. Wright and Raymond
Jones. Wha.t Wright does not know
about the graceful art ot deportment
on the waxed floor Isn'tworth men
tioning la polite society. Jones, who
after constant adulation with hotel
life, Is' well equipped to raako the
Danco Hall a Btrong attraction to
beauty and chivalry.
"Waltz With Me; love With Me."
Immediately In front of tho hall was
a leathery lunged barker who had n
good deal to say about "Waltz Mo
Around Again, ivillle. Why Not?"
Within tho HaJillnn Quintette Club
tuning up for the evening. Over at
tho other corner was a prlzo In tho
Bhapo of tho Royal Hungarian Or
chestra, which la to alternate with
Sam Nalnol'B musicians In furnishing
melody for nlmblo feet. Along the
sides ot the hall Is ample Beating, ca
pacity for, all tho wallflowers and
spectators. It will cost ten cents n
whirl at this branch of tho Elks'
Trail, but It is well worth it. It Is
hero that tho prlzo winners at the
Grand Rail will hie themselves to
demonstrate just why thoy Bhould
havo been the recipients ot tho stovo
lid modallon of merit.
Like a kid to tho circus, tho Hul
lo tin scribe was noxt led tn the
runch and Judy show, and thoro he
met Lorrln Andrews in a now role.
Dropping tho cares and responsibil
ities of a rebellious Republican pnrt
for tho tlmo being, Mr. Androws has
under his Jurisdiction an exhibition
that will Jog tho memorlos ot tho
spectator back a bunch of years. It
harks one back to tho salad days of
youth, to see Arthur Knight operato
the Abu res representing good old Mr.
"Punch and Mrs. Judy. "Hero wo nro
again" has tho same familiar ring as
It did back In Dear Old- Kokomo,
Indiana, or lllrd Center, Illinois. As
sisting Chairman Androws In tho
Pnn.cn, .and.. Judy Is Attorney Wade
Warren Thayer and Ed Ruffandeau.
A young man who gives promise of
Bomo day becoming a silver tongned
orator In the person of Lorrln An
drews Jo. 1b playing the part of "s
ren" to ,draw the nimble ten-cent
piece from th,e pocket to the cash
register 'of tho show. Tho Punch
and Judy will sure catch on with
tho women and children.
Hulas may, como and Hulas may go,
but tho performance given for tho
benefit ot tho press this noon at tho
HuJaIIpta on, Elks' Troll has every
thing of a similar nature beaten to
jlhe boards ami crying for mercy.
Here X See the Hula Hula.
Hero it Is that Chairman Harry
Murray, ubly assisted by C. U. Hall
and J. J. Lynch, have gotten together
a hatt dozen nflho best and most ac
complished Hula Hula dancers In tho
Islands. The artists are genulno lla
walians and they danco tho national
step In truo old Hawaiian stylo. Tho
dance Is given to tho accompaniment
of tho gourd nnl tho chanting ot
moles. There Is not a single objec- j !. Wltto and William II. Hoogj. What
tlonablo feature In tho danco. Tho Is contained In tho various cages, pens;
dancers nro joung and comely Ha confined In this shop bear no resem
wallnn girls. They nro thoroughly 'bianco to an) thing over shown In Ho-
irnineu in ino uusincss ami in cuu -
ncctlon with tho old-fashioned hula
they nlso gUo tho Hula Kul, a mora
modern dauco, In which the services
of nn orchestra ot tho stringed varl
cty will bo utilized. Tho dancers wllifbeforo one Is aware of it, the enclosure
alternate. Mrs. Hiram Kulll has the of tho Look Sea Company looms up.
danco under her direct supervision,
aim hub insures mat me Dig uveni
nt tho Buffalo Exposition somo years
ago will bo' eclipsed. There Is a well
equipped stage In this theater, and
tho placo Is well lighted. There wilt
bo plenty of sqats for all.
On Trial for-Their 'Lives. 't
l..WW - V vtfc tnu ...... K.VU ., - l
Thn.n am l.tnuf tun lit,.,.! r.1 W,n
resentatlve citizens ot Honolulu
drawn front tho ranks of tho capital
Ists, merchants, professional men and
clergy who are to be dragged forth
from tho crowd ot Carnival merry
makers either tonight or tomorrow
night and be treated to a visit to the
This is a pollco stunt over which
tho Elks havo expended much mid
night electricity In Its- preparation.
Tho Applegato Court Is certainly a
fearsomo thing in tho complication of
its legal machinery. Chief Justice
Lou Whltehouso, with his Associate
Justices, James II. Coko aud E. A.
Douthltt, were going through tho
initial formality of opening court when
tho newspaper men boldly 'entered
where policemen and n dozen de
tectives feared to tread. Prosecuting
Attornoy Charles Chllllngsworth Im
mediately brought tho Intruder to bar
and ho was charged with having dis
turbed tho aillet ot tho day by mho
eating woman's suffrage on tho liquor
question. A flue of ten cents wns Im
posed ,, which was reluctantly diawn
from a fast depleting purse and trans
ferred to Keeper of tho Royal Ex
chequer Louis A. Horner. Tho wholo
preceding was taken down by F. A.
Sullhnn, the offlclnl stenographer, H.
Terrance I.ako is the court bailiff and
he Is a fearsomo appearing minion ot
Legal Array Supreme Order.
Forty policemen wcie present
docked out In costumes which savored
of tho Medio nl rolgn of tho Henry's,
wiuio ino peculiar pauurn m ino Me,
tectlvo's raiment was freelv comment
ed up(fti as It has been seen but little
In putillo of recent years. Tho Pollco
Department of Elks' Trail will, bo
under tho Immedlato Jurisdiction of
.Kick Doyle. The squad Is captained1
by Sam Chllllngsworth' nnd his chief
deputy Is "Doodoj" Moiao. Tho Ap
plegato Couit will deal out Impartial
Justlco at tho rato of ten cents to n
dollar. All classes of persons without
reg.nd to birth, residence or'provlous
condition of Bcnttiidc or tolltlcs will
como under Its Influence. All wll Do
trlod for offmces against tho Car
nival statutes. Whltehouso was some
what ot a lawjer back In the States
and -he wns closeted with two In
fluential criminal lawyers this morn
ing, refreshing his memory and burn
ishing up his storehouse of legal lore.
' Thoro Is practically no limit to tho
antiquities and other exhibits of mod
em times to be found within thri build
ing which bears tho lublo "Vo Old
Curiosity Shop." '
Whilo tho Trail Is comparatively
straight It Is a certainty that all foot
stops will lead within tho portals of
tho curio shop. The noisy bnrkor
dressed In conoisntlonnl raiment,
could not begin to tell of Its wondors.
It is simply rich and there is n Bin
prlso In ovory packago as tho leader of
the band rightly said today. Arthur
Mcintosh presides over this feature.
With him nro Clarcnco Waterman, W.
the World's Wonders
on the famous
tm it .
RUsardleai at Beef Trust.
A beating -Of gongs; and a whole lot
of Kl ,YI-lug naturally attracted atten
tion n little further alone tho llntL-nnil
11 his is a nigh class untnesa restaur
ant. It was only alter much perBuas-1
ton that the gistronomlcal services of
ono Ah Look, formerly of Shek Wnl
Tong San Shul, China, was secured I
to prcsldo ocr tho kitchen. Tho res
taurant has been fitted up In Oriental
splendor.. The Elks hao spent a lot
of money on this' feature. In cbjrgo of
- ...w..rf .. i...u aM. ... ... BV
the placo Is Leo Sawallsh. and ho Is
assisted by Frank E. Howes. Chop
suey, frankfurters and a big line of
other edibles have been prepared for
the hungry. A number of well known
society pcopto havo consented to serve
on the committee and they Include
Mrs. L. H. Whttehouto, Mrs. Fred Car
ter, and tho Misses Ellay .Murray, Cm
ma Ljons, Annlo Hecht. There will
nlso bo four small Chlhose misses who
will assist In the serving of refresh
ments. Tho only Henry Vlerra, has
been secured as spieler and Interpret
er for tho Look Seo Company. Tho
ladles who wltl presldo over this booth
will bo arrayed In tho most beautiful
and expensive Chlneso costumes ever
seen In Honolulu.
Adjoining the restnurant was a
booth which upon entering bora a
striking rescmblnnce to a full fledged
stock exchange or bucket shop. Hero
thero was a good dcnl ot talk going
tho rounds about a tree trip to tho
Volcano. Tho ambition of tho news
paper man to scorch a few post cards
oyer tho lava cracks wob summarily
nipped in tho bud. however, when ho
wns told that to the ladles only would
such n trip ho given.
The Lady and the Volcano.
The Free Trip to tho Volcano booth
Is a largo room fitted up like n stock
broker's room, with Kb largo black
board. Its chalkers, dockers, barkers
and host ot persons which go to mako
up tho whirl of speculative llfo.
Georgo O'Noll has clmrgo ot tho booth
and ho Is assisted by D. II. Davis and
Supervisor1 McClollan. Ed Dckum nl
so has considerable to do about tho
placo. It Is hero that candidates for
the Elks' trip to tho Volcano will bo
otcdupon. Each voto will cost 0119
rent nnd this afternoon Bevcral good
fellows capo along lugging hat boxes
with bnllo'tB which thoy propose cast
ing for their favorite, Tho Elks pro
puso to send tho winner to tho 'Vol
cano, there to remain for a sufficient
length ot tlmo for a good visit to tho
rnturnl wonder. TJ10' lucky person
will hae tho best transportation avail
ublo from Honolulu to Hllo, thenco
jo the Volcano and return ,to Hono
lulu. Tho traveler will bo tho guest
of tho Elks and the Hllo fraternity
will seo to it that overy comfort and
courtesy Is accorded the winner In
tho contest. Tho ntng tonight bids
fair to bo exceedingly spirited. Rear
In mind, folks, that ou must get tho
numes ot jour candidates In early
It. R. Williams nnd Jack O'Connor
were trjlng their hand at spieling
for this attraction today,
Photographs while ou unit will ho
another feature of tho big show. Tho
Photo nmimrlum In charge of Ra
mond Irln, and his assistants N. II,
Young. Ihos. O'nrlen nnd NVlson
R. Lnuslng, told tho newspaper man
thnt thoy weio prepared to tako th
llcturo of all Honolulu Individually or
cnllcctltuly at' night. They hnvo so-
cured tho professional services of Ed -
dlo rcrnnndoz, whoso-ability nlong
HONOLULU, T. 11.. MONDAY, mil.
itonolulu's Greatest Attraction
lines of practical photograph has plac
ed him Itntlio front ranks. I'he min
utes after tho button is pressed tho
finished picture will bo ready for de
livery. Tho Jolly maskers who have
participated In tho Grand Masquerade
Rail will find tho Photo Emiorium n
meccn where brilliant costumes will
Vaudeville Per All.
Vaudeville wilt rclgu Biiprcmo on
the Carnival grounds. Tho Elks' Or
pheum Istho place where Thespian
dootees will naturally gravitate. Tho
entire compaany of artists from ono
of the local theaters has been secured
nnd they will go through their stunts
under tho 'management of Al Cunha.
Also assisting in the vaudeville. Is
some talent' of cicep'tldllal merit From
tho various military posts near and In
Honolulu. Among thoso who have
consented to do turns at the theater
are Sergt. A. 0, 'Bpbncer and Corp,
E. J. O'Ncll ot G Company, engineers,
af Fort de Hussy. Also thcro Is Pri
vate Shreves nnd Rurch of Fort Rugcr,
Hovey and Ford ot De Unsay and G. S.
Reaumout and C. J. O'l.nre of Camp
Ycry. PHvute Simmons of Rugcr has
also consented to assist.
Tho vnudevillo will bo ono of tho
good features ot tho Trnll.
Patronesses elks' Carnival.
Tho patronesses of tho Elks' Carnl
al nro us follows: Mrs. Walter V.
Trtar, Mrs. Corwln P. Rees, MrB.
Georgo K. Hunter, Mrs. Samuel W.
Dunning, Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smlth, MrB.
Walter Hoffman. Mrs. E. P. Low, Mrs.
O. F. Ronton, , Mrs, S(,0. Wilder, Mrs
Robert Lowers, Mrs. C D, Tcnney,
Mrs. E. Fuxoq HUhqp. Mrs. V. W.
Macfarlane, Mrs. R. G. E. 1'orster,
Mrs. O. C. Rckley, Mrs. Hcrmtn
Focko, Mis. J.iLucas, Mrs. J. A. Mc-
Ice Cream Booth. ,
Mrs. Then. II. Lansing. Assistants,
Mrs. Frank E. Rlchurdzon, Mrs. M. E
Grossman, Mrs, Z,yK. Myers, Mrs. R,
11. Kelilfopl,. ,Mrs. jojin Lucas, Miss
I. Schnefer, Miss' Josephono Pratt
Miss Mildred Grace, Mls Lulu Graco,
Miss Calllo Lucas, Miss Gertrudo Mc-
Corrlston, Miss Alteon Nott, Miss
Iwalanl Ripley, MIsb Florenco Fergu
sou, Miss Margery Frceth, Miss Har
riet Young, MIbs Irene Oertz, MUs
Reeky llnrrln. Mips Lucllo Lucas, MIsi
Eva McCorrlston, MIbs Doro McCorrls
Inu, Miss Iloreuco Winter, Mrs. Chas
Masks and Horns Booth.
Mrs. J. M. HUga in charge Mrs.
W. T. MoiiB.irrat, Mrs. A. II. Along,
Miss Mra Angus, Miss Catherine
Slovens, Miss Mary Headdcn, Mrs.
Fred Angus, Miss Mildred Gibson,
Miss Annahclle Low, Miss Hoslo Her
bejt. Confetti Booth.
Mrs, James D. Dougherty in charge.
Mrs. llnrvoy Murray, Mrs. Harold
Glffard, Miss Irene Dickson, Miss
Skolley, MIbs Julia McStockcr, Mrs.
Fred Damon, Mrs. Jatk Raich, Miss
Ada Rhodes, Miss Lydla McStocker. J
Mrs. E. A. Dowsett in charge. Mrs.
Ralph Johnstone, Miss L. M. Abies
Mrs. H. A. Rcrndt, Mrs. Hajmond
Drown, Miss Hello McCorrlston, Miss
Nadlno Center, Mlif) Ethel Angus,
Miss Myrtlo Bchuman, Mks Eunlco
Pratt, Miss Cordelia Oilman, MIbs Ed
na Curtis, Miss Hazel Rucklnnd Miss
Dora Atwnter, Miss Martha McChosl-
noy, MIbs Juliet Atwnter, Miss Gil
man. Miss Pearl
lMyth Kopko. Mrs;
Mrs. H. Websd'iV'M.'WM. Tuoknr
Miss Mnry Lucas, MIbs Jean Center,
Miss Catherine Ashley, Miss Jean
Angus, -Mlsa Helen Glrvln Miss Anna
Tucker, Miss Muriel Gibson, Miss
iVhlan nuckland, sMIrs Tanny Hongs,
Miss Laura Atherton, Miss Ruth Mc
and Tomorrow Night
Alexander Young 'Hotel Roof Garden
cents; Children, 25 cents
Chcstnoy, Miss Esther Kopko, MIsi
Pearl I.lttlcjohn, Miss Ruth Richards.
Mrs. A. E. Murphy, MrB. W. W. Har
ris, Mrs. C. R. Cooper, Mrs. 0. A.
Kluegel, Mrs.'Ellzaboth Church, Mrs.
Mary Clunti, Mrs. E. M. Watson, Miss
Jessie Kennedy, Miss Gibson, Miss
Altec Spauldlng, Miss Sara Lucas,
Miss G, Langton, Miss Mattlo Lucas,
Miss Gemma Wadioan, Miss Mary
Lucas, Mies Irmn Ilallentjne, Miss
Molllo Graco, Miss Nelllo McLuIn,
MIbs D. Dallentjne, MIbs Ilecn Mc
Carthy, Miss Sadlo McLaln, Miss Hel
en North, MIbb .Tlicltna Murphy.
Mrs. Geo. T. Kluegel, Mrs. Geo. II.
Angus, Miss Graco Carroll,
BIG BEEF PARTY
NEW YORK, l'eb. 4. Tho Gotham
Reef party, named In memory of tho
Ilqston Tea party, was formed today
t7 .. .;...-'... ! i
oy me naiionai woman 0 rrogres-
slve'BuffraKo union, which has been
'particularly active In the campaign
against the higher cost of living.
Mrs. Pophla Loebfnger, Miss Mary
Donnelly, ex-matron at the Queens
county Jail, and others addressed an
open nlr crowd of some 300 In Madi
The following petition wns circu
lated nnd found many signers:
"Wo herewith respectfully petition
the board ot health to tako tho pro
sent meat situation under Immedi
ate consideration 'from a hjglonic
and sanitary standpoint and in t.ie
Interest ot tho public health and
"It has been discovered that tho
cold storage warehouses harbor eat
ables which by reason of old age and
consequent decomposition are unlit
"Wo believe that all meat Older
than sixty days should be confiscat
ed and condemned."
Street Schools for Housewives,
Mrs. Loeblngor Bald that In a week
she and her associates would open
puoiic cooKing scnoois in iqo sirceiB,
where housewives would bo tuuglil
to cook without meat.
"Beef Mav Go Hieher."
ai mo oiuces ot awm & company
.... - 'in :...
hero today it was denied .that ship
ments of beef from tho west would
bo curtailed In an effort to ,hold up
"Wo nro selling now us low us
possible," said one ot the officers ot
the company. "Reef may go higher
from natural causes, but If. certain
ly will not be raised artificially in
nn effort to Intimidate anyone."
Family Trade Shrinks.
muii retailers continue to report
a shrlnkago ot family trade, but the
wholesalers who supply them Insist
that business remains very much ns
usual. The large hotels are buying
In normal quantity nnd report no
chnngo In the demand.
FAT OYSTERS NOT ALWAYS
O00D FOR THE CONSUMER
WASHINGTON, Teh. 0, flue
United States Government Is going
after those who transplant ojstcrs
from salt water to fresh water and
frequently near thq mouth of siwers,
where they are allowed to fntMn and
enlarge bc)ond their natural pro
portions, thus making then much
more marketable but less desirable
to the customer.
This wns developed today In the
testimony of Dr. Wiley, tho Goorn-
ment chief chemist before the llouso
nub-committee engaged In lnPBtlga-
ling tho high pi Ices of foodstuffs. Dr.
Wiley charnctorlrcd It 'as n r-ry
flaginnt form of adultoratlon, Tho
inmo sewage tho ojster retehes, ho
bald, tho more corpulent nnd whiter
It becomes, giving It r.- ery cdlblo
"Murray'.s Classic Hula" '
"Ye Old Curiosity Shop" '
"Have Your Tin-Type Took"
"Joel Cohen and His Vaudeville Artists"
Ll md Natkomal j
BY V. L. STEVENSON. ;
HOW SAM WENT
DOWN TO FLYNN
RUMORS OF FAKE
' QO THE ROUNDS
Lanuford's Manager Says His Man
Did not Tram Hard for Fignt
Men Box Again March 17,
LOS ANOELES, February 9. Jim
Fljnn, by his unexpected victory ocr
Sam Langford last night, has given
flght followers something to talk about
for many days to como,
Two out of tho three morning pa
per a gho tho decision to Fiynn, mak
ing tho verdict official so far as tho
ten-round decisions go In Los An
geles. The exact receipts of tho houso
were 111,001, Of this amount Fl)nn
received $3,313 80. Langtord's end
Fljnn showed up at McCurey'a ofllco
bright and early, tho crumbs of a
hurried breakfast sticking to his chin.
Langford kept out of sight entirely.
Manager Joo .Woodman stated that
Sam was "feeling a llttlo bad" and
would not bo out oij tho streets for
a whllo. Possibly tho humiliation ot
having his face cut up and battered
kept Sam from appearing In public.
In contrast to Langford s cut up condi
tion nt tho finish ot tho battlo was
Fljnn's clean nppcarancb. Jim cmcrg
od from tho grueling contest with
rcarccly n mark to show that ho hnJ
battled for thirty minutes ' with u
Joo Woodman took Longford' de
feat tho moit to heart. Woodman,
whllo declaring verbally and tele
graphing to all parts of tho country
his belief that Langford had won the
fight on points, nevertheless spent sow
cral hours In "explaining."
Woodman now frfankly ncknowl
edges that langford did not do as
much ttalnlng for tho battlo ns was
necessary. "Wo both looked upon tho
fight ns n 'BOftV preposition." ualil he,
"and consequently Snm didn't Jiurt
himself with any overwork,
Accepting theso stories far Just what
they are north, It cannot bo Bald that
!.nugtord fbnwoil lack ot condition
whin ho entered tho ring. Tho negro
looked "fit" and ho certainly fought
llko n tiger. Fljnn had trained for
the ono supremo effort of his llfo and
ho mndo It n successful ono.
Na foundation exists for tho bus
plclon that Langford was not doing
his bust. A cornered rnttlesnnko would
fight In no mora desperate fashion than
did Sammy. Tho finish of tho seventh
and ninth rounds brought a situation
rnroly experienced by Lnngfnrd.
The bell both times found tho negro
backed oer tho ropes In his own cor
ner with l"lnn fighting oer him llko
n demon, liich tlmo Lnngford wns
holding l'lMiti Hbnut tho neck nnd not
trlng tn fight luck. Ills knees were
glilng njay under him nnd to nil np
licnrnncPiUt Lnngford's strength wob
fast leaving him. It would bo Inter-
estlng to know Just wh( tho wonder-
ful black's thoughts were at this time.
Woodman also claims that tho con
test should halo been awarded tu
Langford on a foul. "Flynn wrestle 1
Sam to tho floor, butted aand heeled
him.' I wouldn't havo blamed my boy
hnd ho left tho ring."
Fljnn did Just as Woodman claims,
but Landgturd also did all ot this and
a llttlo more. It was undoubtedly ono
ot the foulest flghtB over seen hero,
with both men offending equally In
this respect. As If by mutual agree
ment both used their heads, goat-like,
In butting each other, and tho negro
was tho first to ask tho referee to
throw him a ropo.
(ii-stiM bul mm
On the Boys' Field This Afternoon,
"Klddo" Chillinirworth's Nine
Will Go Up Against the Real
This afternoon the much-tnlked-about
baseball gamo between the Co
lumbia llojs and tho All-School team
will take place on tho llojs' Hold,
and a really fast and clever gamo Is
suro to eventuate.
The first ball will bo pitched at
3:30 o'clock, and by that tlmo uiblg
crowd of fans Bhould be on tho
ground. The visitors will bo up
against tho real thing In baseball
this afternoon, and if they can de
feat tho combined schoolbojs they
will be entitled to call themselves
the candy kills for sure.
It Is to be hoped that Muhelm, tho
Columbia pitcher, will not bo. trou
bled with his foot, which as
wrenched on Saturday In tho gamo
ngalnst tho St, Louts nlno.
The Columbia Roys' team will bo
Just the samo as that which played
on Saturday, and tha local schools
will bo 'represented by tho following
players: Chi llul, c; Esplnda, p.;
Droler, lb.; Franco, 2b.; Markhnm,
3b.; Chllllngworth, ss,; Rico, )!.;
Desha, cf.; and McKenzIo, rf.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Tho say that tho great American
gamo ot bt&cbnll ha Invaded Aus
tralia and to say It bo that it would
appear to bo a recent n flair, is n llt
tlo strango to thoso people who know
how for twenty-fho jenrs past, ball
has been placd In tho Antipodes.
Thero Ib put any chnnco of baseball
ousting cricket as tho games nru
plnjed.ln different seasons, nnd tho
crlcketurB play baseball dining thu'oft
season ns to keep In form.
Tho lineup of the Marines lit thelr
gamo against the Columbia Hoys to
morrow will be ns follows: Slorp.
ss.; Hnjes, 2b.; Davis, lb.; Gibson,
If,; Pc) ton, rL; Thompson, 3b.;
Schuman, if,; St. Clair, c; l.lp,
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