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OLD TIME EXPERTS
TALK OF FLAYS
Tlio von Hnmm-Youhg Oarage has
found that more space was rcnutr
oil, and accordingly tlio storo for
merly occupied by Lewis & Co. linn
at present a number of nutomobllci
urn on exhibition there. The new
permanent salesroom is now being
built nt the back of the Young
Hotel, niul adjoining the prctsent re
pair shop, which will, In turn, ex
pand so ns to take In the old Rale
Manager Dodge reporln tlio sales
nt several machines during tho week.
nl t among them lire a Cadillac
dcmlrtonneau to Or. Hodglns, and nn
Overland roadter to Dr. llrlgham "t
tho lllshop Museum. A. J. Camp
bell has purchased n Stovcns-Duryca
dcml-tonncau, and Is very pleased
wlfh the machine. A Cadillac was
also sold to Manager Adams of Kn
liuku plantation last week.
Mr. Howes of tho von Hnmm
Young Garage selling force has been
making some fine runs around the
country districts n a Cadillac, and
ho finds that hills do not troublo the
machine at all. Howes, had a good
trip nil over Hawaii nnd Maul some
little time ago, and reports that tho
cars handled by tho von llntnm
Young people are to bo seen ovcry-wnorc.
Tho Schunmn Garage report scv
Mat sales during tho week, nnd the
popular K.,M. V. cars havo .been go
ing oft well. Do'rldcro. tho well
known real cstato man, has purchas
ed an E. M. P. "30." Mrs. Walter
Jlacfarlane purchased a flve-scatcil
lx)comobllo, and a beautiful machine
It, Is. The Locomobiles are noted
for their easy running abilities and
the next to nothing cost for repairs.
Tho Volcano Stables Company is
still in tho buying line, and two
E. M. F. "30" cars were shipped to
them last week. A soven-scnted f0
horsepowcr Mitchell also was told
by vthe Schunmn Garage to tho well
known llllo transportation company
and it will bo put Into tho rent bus
A shipment of four iltOO Mitchell'
!'30" runabouts Is on its way to tho
Echuman Garugc. and the cam
'should arrive noon. A Locomobllo
lias also been told to urrive, nnd It
Is expected by the next boat from
The Associated (iarngo reports a
largn amount of repair work turned
out fmm its rhup the past week.
One cry Interesting plo:u of work
was completed; this was tho Instal
lation of an Atwater Kent spark
generator on Allan Herbert's Stude
baker. This car having originally only n
lnuko and break Ignition system, the
necessity nroso for tapping the cyl
inders for spark plugs. This, he
rnuse of the necessarily lino work to
make the threads tight In both wa
ter packets nnd cylinder walls, Is it
vrv li.inl nlpm nf work tn uerform
satisfactorily, nnd both Mr. King nnd
Mr. Herbert are very much pleased
over the most satisfactory results
SOME Q00D STORIES
AND STUNTS ARE TOID
Delayed Steal Was Favorite Trick
Touchlets Put-Out Is Spoken
The Associated Oarage expects the
arrival of one of the new Hudson
touring cars In the near future. This
car, with Its ..,-lnch wheel base,
ample leg room nnd easy springs,
rhould provo a very comfortnble car.
Several features new In a car of
this price should n ako It very pop
ular, such, for Instance, as an 18
inch steering wheel, solf-graduattng
foot throttle, Inset rear fenders, such
ns the Packard and several other
high-grade cars use, nnd cast-aluminum
footboards, runnlngboards and
Btcps. These features have never
all been offered before In any car to
sell here fully equipped at 11500,
Tom Qulnn Is now with his broth
er nnd Ucls at the. Auto Livery
Stand,- nnd the three experts are
kept busy must of tho time. Trips
around tho Island nre mndo very fre
quently, .and the Auto hunch of
chauffeur arc always In most of the
Kansas. Is progressing all rlgh.
An observant visitor to tho Stnta
reports Iba't Kansas men wear cot
lars.jwd i neckties, even when they
have full .beards. St. Paul Dis
Now science has achlcvciHan in
vention to take the plcturo of beat
ing henrtB. This ought to make ef
fective exhibits In love 'pleadings.
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Progress. "Progress everywhere,"
snld ono of tho Giants, as ho Inspected
n new fielding glove, gvtarantccd to
hold tho ball Jf you got ns much ns nn
Inch of your palm against tho flying
leather. "Progress In the tools we
play tho gamo with, and Just as much
progress In tho gamo Itself. Say, pal,
these old-time players talk about the
tricks they used to turn nnd tho fast
games thoy used to play. On the level,
I think there aro ten good ball players
now whero there was ono In 1890, nnd
that the best ball team of twenty years
ago couldn't run better than eighth tn
tho Nntlonal or American I.eaguo to
day." "No. 1 can't seo It that way."
said old John llrouthcrs, who chanced) 'M pllchnr had to grab
to bo leaning against, the counter of
baseball supplies. "Can't see If for a
mlnnto. I was In tho gamo for twenty
yenrs myself that makes mo an old
timer, all right and slnco I quit I've
watched nil you young fellows play
according to your advanced and tip-to-date
Ideas. I can't see whero yon'vo
got anything on tho voiernns", except
ing such mlvnntacos ns come from tho
help given bv the fleldlng glove. Tlioro' B ''ay to- look at as over hnppencd,
are great ball players now, but there ln't tried these days. Callahan, on
wero great ball players then. Just ns rapping n srrort single, would, keep
thoro nlways will bo, and I don't bo- rlsht on for socond, full speed nnd
llovo there's any sncclal difference in mado It almost every time. Jimmy Us
eless nnd quality. If anything. I think lurcn mat tno outfielder had, to mako
somo of tho boys who wero In It twenty, a Perfect pickup and a perfect throw,
years ago wero more Invcntlvo and' while tho Infleldcr hnd to mako a per-
originative than you youngsters of the ,' catch nnd faultless play upon tho
runner, and ooin would no rained uy
the ncrvo of the affair. How often do
arena, simply becauso tho modem
player either cannot think 'them
through 'or execute them, to a finish?
tho strictness of modern umpiring,
no doiibt. .has done away with many of
the tricks formerly brought off, hut
Iho old-timers perpetrated thoso tricks,
as a rule, with such lghtnlnttctovcr
ncss that they could h&vo deceived
even Iho keenest pf tho limp, now nr
biting. Nowadays, when n rimnor
sfarts round tho haties, alt, (he com
plaining that l hoard Is from liasn
men who nro,,'dodglng tho .(pikes, in
tho, earlier day the complaints cnini
from the runners, who found their
path strewn with obstacles till a hur
dle raro was a picnic In comparison.
Any veteran bug who ever saw tho in
field of thq 8t( Louis Drowns or tho
champion Qrloles In action will ap
preciate this remark. Tho tclfbw'who
naylgntcd tho circuit of cither of those
quartettes knew h0 had been having a
How often do you see the "delayed
steal" that Bill; Langq perfected? The
great Callfornlan maintained that It
was easier, by far, to make tho sneak
from bag to bag by waiting till tho
catcher was returning the ball to tho
pitcher than to try (ho stralght-away
dash and ha got by with It time and
again. As tho ball started back to
tho pitcher, Lango departed. Tho flur.
out of tho atmosphere and often
spilled It turn, take aim, tiro with
perfect precision, nnd trust to tho
equally astounded Infloldcr to tako tho
pig perfectly, wheel, and get tho big
fellow as ho camo tearing In. Lango
did that merry stcaltrip after trip but
who even risks It now?
Jimmy Callahan's method of collect
ing two-baggers, ns pretty and daring
MEMBERS OF HOUSE OF LODS TO . ,
i WITNESS JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHT
Somo of tho ktnrs who scintillated In
the golden past were certainly tho
you eeo them try It now, even when
equals, If not tho suporlors, of tho, .,n "y outneiacr is juggling tho ball
modern marvels when It comes to dc-'ln clumsy hands? i
vising lightning plana along cither ag- In the good old days, It often hap
gresslvo or defensive lines. The mn-j poned, oven as now, that there would
chine-work of the present clubs may be n man on third, and n base on balls
bo more finished in detail and In would bo handed the batsman. In
polish, but tho Individual' feats of brnln stead of ambling down to first and
and craft do not BpnrVta forth ns often' thcro reposing, tho gentleman who had
or as startllngly. One-handed catches just drawn the pass would get up
of terrific drives, gtovo-capturcs of speed as he went, round first at n
high, hard throws these things hnve lightning gait, and keep right ahead
been mado safo and certain through tht I for second, Tbo confusion Into which
reinforcement of tho mitten but how. tho nvcrago defense, was thrown by
many plays. of,artlstlc skill and purest this nervy dash would be a panorama
generalship, havo passed from tho of Joy for the fans, and It wasn't ono
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London, April 7 While Kngland has
somo, rather strenuous political ques
tions to solve, parliament Is a bit moro
Interested In the question of who will
get a ticket to Lord ltoscbery's spec
ial par'y to visit the Jeffries-Johnson
fight In tho United States, Already
halt a doien lords have been Invited
nnd have agreed to Join In the tour of
tho United States. Within the next
fortnight tho list of the party will bo
completed, For various reasons Lord
Roscbcry calls his party a Junket to
Canada and the States but San Fran
cisco nnd July i are' tho real Import
ant point and dato of tho trip. Eng
lishmen' Ilka a fight, nnd Lord Itoso
bery Is a hero among his fellow lords
In suggesting tho idea or making tho
trip. Tho party will leave Kngland In
May and after visiting Canada will go
to Now Vork and then In n special
train slowly make their wuy westward
to San Francisco, arriving in tlmo to
witness the big fight. Five can will
mako up the special trlan. Tho party
will bn limited to twenty-five membcro
of tho nobility, but n corps of secre
taries and valets will bo, taken along.
Tho English consul In San Francisco
has engaged ringside Beats for thy
tlmo In live that tho infield collcctol
cither of tho runners. You don't sou
them try that now, cither. I
The tnuchless put-out bluffing at
tho basorunnnr but not actually laying
tho ball upon him was worked to n
flno jiolnt In the long ago worked so
well as to decelvo the umpire tlmo af-
ter time. IThls trick saved tho chnnc?!
of collision with tho splkca, or-of hay-l
Ing the hall knocked from the hnnd.j
and required the nicest of Judgment!
nun ui nxcciiiion. il IS bciuoiu even
Many neat and really classy plays
hnvo como Into use to perfec'.'tho dn
fen'so In recent years tricks to kill
the sacrifice, to stop tho batcrunncr.
to cut down tho chancea of a Bcorc.
They aro as neat nnd workmanlike, in
their theory nnd their success, ns any
one could ask to see but they nre no
cleverer, no more bewildering, than
the plays our uncleB worked to well,
Tricks on the aggressive sldo, both
In batting and baserunnlng, wero ns
numerous twenty years ago as now.
Some of tho neatest of the offensive
ploys have been passed up or utterlj
forgotten, and tho majority of tho
modern batsmen seem to lack tho
rampant enthusiasm which Inspired
tho creation of now devices, pchomos
tn get tho goat of both tho pitcher nnd
tru IiobUIo 'fielders. Too many of tho
modern batsmen. In fact, seem to bear
a mute apology for living nnd. presum
ing to fnco tho pitcher ns they como
shambling to the pinto, and n ball
gamo as tho Orioles nnd tho old
Browns played It would seem llko H
caso of violent sacrilege to theso
twentieth century performers.
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Note the Specifications and Equipment
FRONT AXLE Single ploco drop forging of special stool I-beam Bccllon.
REAR AXLE i'll floating typo special pressed steel housing; weight of tho car car
rled on housing TImken roller bearings throughout.
BRAKES Two separate systems of brakes, one extornnl band oporntlng on a press
ed' Bteel drum, the other Internal oxpandlng, Adjustment aiiccsslulo nnd
BODY Mndo from carefully selected three-ply wood. Itunabout body mado from
the 'samo material with single rumble sent.
BEARINGS TImken rollor bearings throughout, front wheels, transmission nnd roar
COLOR Itoyal llluo or Drewstcr Green,
, ' CLUTCH Haynes' contracting atcel band uiion hronze drum. , tff'r .
DIAMOND TIRES M Inchos front nnd rear. Marah quick detachable rltn. t
DRIVE Shaft drlVe Svlth -beveled "pinion nntf-gcar; mounted dn TImken rollcf '
; gearings, fellmlnatllig .nil friction,', side thrust ami nolso1 entirely .j"'
EQUIPMENT Full ilnnin equipment, top, glass front,'' speedomoter, complete ''sot.'fof
tools, jack and tire repair outfit,' ' " . ',v
FRAME Solid rolled pressed steel.
GEAR RATIOS 3 7-15 to l; 3 1-7 to lv , .
HORSE POWER 3
i IGNITION SJdltdorf magneto, dual systom.
LUBRICATION SP'nsh dnd force food oiler, located in 'tlio bpttohi hulf of the crank, enso,
oil pump from Bpeclal reservoir to engine bearings by gear driven pump(
Insuring positive lubrication under nil 'conditions. ,,-
MOTOR fur cyllndors 4V4-lnch bore nnd 5-Inch stroke offset. Cylinders cast-In'
pairs-" very large water packets. ' '
SPRINGS Frotit,, seml-olllptfo; rear, threo-qunrlers elliptic.
STEERING GEAR Worm and sector gear typo irreversible.
TANK, CAPA0ITY-W16 gallons. ,
TREAD 30 Inches.
TRANSMISSION Selective type, giving three speeds forward nnd ono reverse.
VALVES Nickel fsteel heads, electrically welded to stems. Inlot nnd oxhnust valvea
. same site and Interchangeable, ' '
WEIGHT 2t00 lbs,, ready for the road.
WHEEL BASE HO. Inches. -