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STYLES OF THE TEN LEADING
TENNIS PLAYERS CRITICISED
milking No. 0, from classing with W. A I.unioil.
Unlike l-anicd, however, lie hns nev
er licon able to eradicate tbat weak
ness, which It common to most haril
Iran plaurx. Hu lian modeled Ills Rnmo MilvrKi , though lio hns beaten such
on that of Ijirncd nnd Is u lino player, men us WrlRht, Clothier and Long, and
Nnt Nllos of lloston.
In credited with having, next to Lam
ed, the most correct stylo of all Ainer-
i GEORGE GILM0RE GETS'
A MATCH WITH
(icnrRo ".Slim" tjllmoro, who Is al
most In tbo name class us "lleRR.ir
S.iin" Ijingford used to lie, when It
come to persuading somcono to Bte
Inside the ropes with him, Ih pilng to
have his chance pretty soon. Accord
ing to his manager, "Soap Hox" liar-
having average speed nnd good pl.ice
nif nt. Ills ground strokes nro very
good, nml ho Is nearly as Rood on tho
bails as on tho furo hand.
1 ink of strength and stamina, how
ever, mako It hard for him to reach thu who at the time ranked No,
hluhct pluco iiRiilnst men of tho first Karl Behr.
though ho forced II. I.. Doherty to tho
hnrdest kind of it llvo-sct match, ho,
hns freiiiicntly Inst to men of much i
lower class. In the last national chain-1
plonshlp he lost to W. M. Wushburn,
rank. Niks vNited the Coast In 1908,
anil played In tho r.iclllo Coast cham
plonshlp at Del .Monte, where ho wits
bei,tni III tho sc.nl-lluul round by M.
T. R. Pell.
T It. Pell of New York, rankliiK No.
T, 11 cndlti-tl with IiuvIiir tho strongest
bnck-haud drive In America, bar none.
Sluguliiily cnoiiRh, however, his fore
hand Is exceptionally weak l'tll plays
n pood hard drlvlnR Riur.o without
chi,ngc of ricc or tactics, nml seems
unable to copo with such changes him
silf l'ell Is a Rood tnurt covcrer, but
iIoim not nutlclpatu us well :is Ton-
Kurl Dihr of New York, innkliiK No. j
9, Is known as the brilliant llehr," for,
this iiuallty has clinrncterlted his play,
when In form durliiK the last live years.'
lln created n sensation In 1005. when
he beat Clothier at Longvvood nnd
Liirncd nt Newport. I
He played on tho D.ivls Cup team
In 11)07. but was beaten. In that year
be ranked No. 3, but since that time
has liecn practically out of the Raino
on account of trouble Willi his eyes, j
1-ast car ho played some Rood ten
uis, occasionally reaching his old form,
and be Is regarded iis'n "possible factor
In future play. Ills Blum- Is one of
ilmnl nNIIcs, and Is. npt.so faHt on pure aggressiveness. and be possesses
bis feet. great endurance, which ho stirtly needs.
Ho has been handicapped on account for in action ho rushes tbo court
of Ills weak forehand anil by n rry steadily, landing mi nearly every li-ill
nrrvous temperament, still bo has been with all his strength. He has u lon-
t'llmhlng slondlly durliiR tho last llo deucy to be erratic, but when In form
years ami his rank this year Is a jump this was larRcly overcome,
of live pi. ues from that of last season, j Very fast on his feet' ami clover In
R. D. Little. uiillclpatlug, ho ulsc possesses thn
It I). I.lltlu of New York, rankliiR power to trick mi adversary by u soft
No. S, Is a veteran player who has rep- drop stroke after starting an uppar-
resented America In several of the In- ently terrlllc drive. ,
ternatlon.il contests. Ho has ranked m
IiIrIi us No. 4 III America, but In 1910
too'f u woeful slide to tho fourteenth
plate. I.nst seasun, however, he work
ed back to No. 8 Ilo Is it cool, clever,
resourceful player, Rood In any posi
tion on tho courts, lie, lilts with great
power both foro nnd back hand, and
lack of steadiness ulone proyents him
He Impressed tho IIiirIIsIi players nt
Wimbledon In 1907 lis being a mass of
nerves mid steel springs, lie Is only
20 years of nso nml would prolinliiy
have Rone much fartht'r had his eye
sight remained Rood. As It Is, he Is
rctognlod as it daiiRerous mall Per
sonally he Is perhaps tlie most popular
player In the Kustcrn States.
VITAL CHANGES IN FOOTBALL CODE
i r-' .
NIJW YOUK, N. Yi. Kcb. 3. Tho
foolbull riileK cnhimlttrc, vvlilch has
been working In secret lit-io for two
(lavs npou liuiiiuicralilo suggestions
for altering tho paino, caino to n
.unaiilnloiia decision lato today In fa
vor of several fundamental changes.
Tho committee laid down lis ardu
ous task tonight with tho belief that
It had Kioatl Improved tho papular
collcgo spoil, Tho lines of Its antici
pated InipitJVcnicntH a lo In substance
I'll at The? playing field, now 110
yiiids In length, will bo shortened tn
mi oven I0U yards. This change In It
self 'is nut bllitl, but It Ih iiiniju In or
der to mnlie possible on small grounds
uu extension of tcirltory In which tho
forward puss may ho used.
Second A zono of 10 yards width
beyond tho goal lines Is established,
Tbo purpose of this In to provide am
plo spice for execution of tho forwnid
pass, nml scoring on n p;isa Hindu
ncioss thn goal lino Into this zono is
Third Tho number of "downs" tn
gain 10 yards Is Increased by ono.
I'oiuth Tho oimlilo kick Is ollnil
Fifth Tho value of n totlchdown If.
Craft That Gave Hawaii Such
a Good Race in 1910
to Sail This Year.
ST. LOUIS CAPTAIN .
HAS SOMETHING TO "
SAY ON KAM GAME
Leaves Decision In Hands of
"True Lovers of Sport"
The Other Side.
Sporting Kdltor, II ill let In: In r
ply to Tuesday's article In jour paper
signed "Kiun Hport," I liuvo tho fol
lowing stMeincnt to make. Thero nro
some so-called gentlemanly sportsmen
In our community, whose main ob
ject steins to be lo prcvarlcato tho
truth nnd to vilify thine In the right,
"Truth crushed to earth shall rlsu
again " Let all falr-iiilnded lovers und
patrons of the gninc give their un
biased opinion of the following report
of the Riinie nnd then decide whether
Kmnehainehn bovs ntted the part of
The Riinie was played february 9 on
the Knin lleltl. They were supposed to
secure the services of it competent ref
eree, but at the appointed time, for
some cause or other, tbo referee was
absent Iloth tennis iigreed to take a
man of their own sldo to act ns ref
erees, both agreeing to abide by their
decisions. The first half opened with
it Ht. I.011IS man acting ns reftree. To
ward the end of the first half the ref
eree blew his whistle, for according to
his Judgment the ball was nut of play.
The Kam boys continued playing after
said whistle bad been blown for tbo
cessation of phy, ami scored 11 goal.
The referee would not allow the goal
nml ordered the ball to be thrown III
from flu- side line. Tho point With nr-
,..,, ...,- ., , ,, , ., ., ,,
the lougtst fRueo on toe iiciu i,y um iiuo ,-,-jn "
over half 11 n hour, nut inese sports-
Tho schooner yacht Sweetheart,
which gave the Hawaii such ti good
run in tho trans-l'aclllc r.ico of 1910,
will be a contestant 111 the classic this
coming summer This Is tho latest
I news from Son l'edio, where things In
lonneetlon with the great ocean raeu
arc beginning to hum,
I Trod Whitney sailed tho .Sweetheart
, for the South Coasters In tho last race,
but will sail another boat If hu takes
part this ear. The Sweetheart will bo
t entered In the coming race by Coinmo-
!dorc Warren I. Wood and will fly the
colors of the South Coast club.
areat Interest Is being taken In this
sailing regatta half way niross tbel'a
clllc, mill man yacht clubs both on
the 1'iiclllc ami the Atlantic coasts nro
expected to make entries before the
race starts lit June. Sevtral nominal
entries already have been received, but
most of them will not be Known until
I Just shortly before the race starts.
Course of Record Length.
The tourse covered by tbo sailors In
I the truns-l'aellle race Is
' ... ..m ........., ...1 1... u. ... ,11 li.t.itu liitlni?
I,.i,.... -. n,i inn 0,11,.. from start inen would not ngreo to the rcferee'H
... .,.... a-'vv -..- .- --- ,
decision. As It was aftir B o'clock and
tho offending side was unwilling lo
accfiilesce In the referee's decision, tho
only alternative was for tho St. loiil
contingent to walk off tho field. Nat
urally tho Saints could not nITord to
keep lip bickering 011 such point, n&
the) wire late already, and the opims-
BEN DE MELLO.
to Mulsh. The last time there vviro not
many people at San Pedro to see tho
I oats off, and the olllclals hope this
year that thero will be more Interest
I taken In the classic by the people on
' the mainland sldo of tho pond.
I When the last raco was held tho
I..,...)., ti.nl I,, inl tit,,., tt, i!iImi the
I money necessary to finance the trip of "iR t "I'stinnio to ,.e... ,0 iru.u
1 their entrv. but It Is not llkdy that '' iutleo when they knew they vvcro
they will huvo any dllllcnlty this ear,
.as the trim little flaw-nil was the first
1 over tho llnishliiR lino In tho 1910
I classic. Shi- beat the Swettheiirt' by
it very small margin, but that win sui
llclent to arouse the enthnsuisiitjor" tho
llounlulniis and they nro inoro than
eager to-ciitcr their traft against-tho'
lncrcast-d front five to six points, tho
goal from touchdown unit other semes
standing ns at present.
Sixth Tho SQ-ynrd zone, In which
tho picscut rules now provide restric
tions tn Interference with tho forward
paks, is eliminated so that tho restric
tions will apply now to liny part of
Sovenih After a. touchb.ick tho
ball will ho put Into play from tho -0
yard lino instead of tho 25-yanl Hue.
Eighth On a klcknd tho hall, In-
Etead of being In play In tho center
of tho field, wilt he put Into play from
tho 10-yard lino of tho team kicking
oh. Taking Into consideration tho
shoi telling of tho Held and this change
In tho niles, tho kick-off dlstnnco Ih
lengthened by flvo yards.
Ninth Tho field Judgo Is eliminat
ed. Tho head linesman hereafter will
keep tlmo und bo tho Judgo of all sldo
plnyK In tho lino of fccrlnunngo.
Tenth Tho number of men allowed
on tho sldo, lines (now thrco) will ho
1 educed to ono for each team.
Klov en Provision will bo made tha
a bounding ball can not scoro 11 legiti
Twelfth Tho Interval between tho
III st, second, thlrtl'iiiid font tit periods:
Is reduced from two minutes to ono.
rou. (tumor, hns lK-en matched vvllu
the winner of tho IK'Mello-IIbao light, I ""'r ""J."-
which ifon.es .11. for i,cttlcniiit Satur- .''!',, C3.nrlcs Wilder, who was 10
da night. sailing iiumlrr and navigator of the
nilmore has betn looking for a light Hawaii ,'!!':"!'. " "I-
me j-nciuc, jvui
TABLES ARE TURNED
ON MAJOR LEAGUES
ST I.OtllS, AIo Comparison of thu
uew'H liaudeii out ny .Manager iiresnu-
mil of tbo .Nationals und Hob Hedges,
pieslddit of the lirowns, furnishes itl-
mo-t lontluslvo evhWnco thut thero Is,cIkio tourists,
BREAKS 103 STRAIGHT.
for so long that he's conic to the con
elusion uvcryono round htro ls nfrald
of him," said llarron this "-morning,
"llowevrr, wo'vo cwino itu 1111 under
Htundlng with. Hoao and Uu Molln, and
whichever wins Saturday will ro . up
iiRiilnst llllnioro In the near future Tho
weight will probably bo 152 pounds at
Do Slelln, the "llllii I.lnn," arrived
on schedulo time this morning, on the
Claiidlne, looking none tho worse" for
tho Internal shaking up ho received on
his Journey across the troubled wnters.
lie says ho Is In line condition, and Ills
looks bear out his statements In this
Ilono Is working nut nt tho Kam
iMiimul Association's ipiarters. lie
took a lay-oit from his regular Job to
give himself tho best preparation for
the mill, nml Indications pro that be
will bo In better Minpo than when ho
met Ollmoro six weeks ago.
Seals for ftiitunliiy night's show nro
now on sale at (iunst's clgnr store, and
Indications aio that the pasteboard
trudo will be brisk as the tlmo of thu
scrap upprouches. The prelims are go
ing tn bo worth Seeing, too.
EDDIE TAIT HAS
HIS OWN TROUBLES
lit all probability be
selected to pilot her nguln this year.
It Is itlsi"po"shlble that tho entire crew
will bo tho same tills time. '
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... J. .j, ..1 .J, . .y J. s $ - .$- -J- V "9
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- BASEBALL "STIPENDS."
nrRiilug it hopeless case.
In conclusion, I nsk nil tho trim
lovers of sport, "Did Kamehainolm net
tho parl'iiflho gentlemanly sportsmen
they claim to boT"
" KOSTKIt ltoniNSON.
Captain St. Louis Collcgo Team,
rol-ruary IS, 1912.
by one ball
KKNIHUCK, Idaho, Kcb. 5 In tbo
trnp shooting touring tournament held
here today under tho auspices of tho
Kendrlck gun club, thn Spnkaiio tour
ists made their fourth straight win
with lS7'iig.ilnst ISO for tho Sail I-'rnn-
l-'red Wlllctt of tho San
This tlmo tho major, I'm uelsco
team und 1'. J. Chlngren,
11 baseball trust.
leagues nro tho victims of class AA iiumtcur, of Spokane, wcrn tied for thu
organisations, the American assocln-Jhlgh scoro of tho day with 121 breaks
tlon, Western unit Paclllc Coast In 125 targets Chlngren broke 10
leagues. Hedges has it ntimber of re
cruits lie will huvo to dispose of bo-
foru tho big league opening, or shortly
afttr So has Ifresnahau.
Hedged startud 1111110 tlmo ago to
rid Ills team of several
would not need, and found tho
leagues willing to laku the men.
thu clubs wero willing to pay onlyj
Spokane, 18" (Poston 05, llerger 92);
San lrancisto, 15,0 (Wlllctt '97, lland-
lett S3)i Portland, 179 (P. Ilololiait 89,
(1. Ilololum 90).
players ho Thn tourists shoot at I.ewlstou,
AA Idaho, tomorrow-, mid nt Walla W11II.1
Hut 011 Wednesday.
I flovornor Simeon K. llitblwlii nf
ex)erlcnco lndlcateil Colinertlciit was iiiado nil honorary
that tho A A clubs made sumo sort ornoiiibor ( tho Now York bar as n
11 "Ri-iitloiuun'H ngreeiuent," thero was turn k of appreciation of a pip'jr on
tbo agreement, as "!w (ji PKitt-iliiro Wiib Slnipllllol
still 11 chance that
to price, wnb 11 colncldemc. Hut yes
terday, when llrcfiiahali leached town,
ho ciinic pretty near cinching the mat
It would bo Illegal for tho city of
Kddlo Tail, who was pretty closely
connected with sport and theatricals In
Honolulu soiuo years ugo, and who
now occupies 11 similar place In Manila
toclety, has tried his hand nt rcftrec
Ing tights, und has found thut thegamo
Isn't us easy as It looks.
Tho following from a Manila paper
will Interest tbo local funs who still
keep lMdle's memory green:
"Amid 11 howl nf both applause und
dissatisfaction lasting fully ten min
utes, Ilcfcreo Tult awarded Hud Wul-,
tcrs tho decision over Sailor Jeff
Sturdcvimt 111 tho special event at tho
Olympic Club smoker Saturday night
Immediately afterwards, ono of Nick
ol.t'H seconds enteicd tbo ring and nil
nnuncdl that 011 account of tho decl-'
hlon given Wallers, which Was decid
edly unpopulur wlti thu largo sailor
contingent present, Nlikola would not 1
I ox In the main event with Joe Sclilllo
with Tult ns refeice. Tult then Intro
ituted Joe Sclilllo null stated that '
Sihlllo was ready to meet uny ono In
the liousn his weight, und would box
Nlekolu with tiny rcfereo tho latter
- Comparing tho advancement
la baseball from tho present
v time to tho olden days, n intro
; glanco at tho salaries gives tho
answer. Many experts bellcvo
that the now forgotten notpblcs
s- wero Just us elllcleut, but their
niiiiual stipends wero far, far
below the figures now In com- '
- mand. '!'
5- To Ty Cobb Is credited 11 sal- !
ury or unnethlng llko Jt'OOO, --
Huns Wagner around that nnd
; Nap IjiJoIo not very far ro-
moved Then linger llresnahan, !
l-'rel Clarke, I-'rank Chance,
Hobby Wallace and those kind !
' coino high. Now, compare tliein
with Mlko Kelley, who druw
j something llko 1300; llardlo :
-?- Itlcbardsou, 12f,0; IM Williams,
- H00; Jim O'ltnurko, as plyaer :
it ml niunager, 12000; Ned Han- -r
v Ion, 11200, and Tied PfefTer, tin- ;-
' doubtedly tho grcitest S(s.-oiul ;
;. baseman in his time, $1000. ;
5. ' !
, rf .J, i? , 4, $ $ $ i S if - i ?
ts u tt
Wisdom Kst, sot "somo valentine."
The wives, sweethearts und friends
of tlie ljietls wero out III full force III
tho second game. Tho ladles' iitixlll.tr
of the l.iu-tl Chill Is all right.
Standing of the Teams.
P. W. I Pet:
(Minis 16 10 S .t'.t'.ii
Honoliilus 15 10 5 .GUS
Stragglers 12 8 4 '.68
llrunswlck-ll.ilke ... 15 8 7 .533
Plajers 15 7 8 .4611
laietl Club 15 7 8 .160
Hank of Hawaii .... 9 3 b .333
Coino 12 1 IU .0J
Low scores ami ono very close gamo
marked the meeting of thu l.aetla nnd
Players on tho drives last night. On
tho last ball of thu lust roller hung
tho result of tho first gniue. Melht
sent it fairly good one toward tho pins,
und Rot a split.
For the Uietls, l.oftus und Tinker
tied for high store with 178 each, whllo
l.oftus Rot high average, 1 7 2.
Tor the losers, 11. Lottos had high
store, 18. tioulu Just nosed out high
itveniRu with 1C9. whllo only eight pins
separated the thrco high averugM men.
I A Sure Cure
1 CatarrhRemedy ,.;
Par Catarrh, liar levr, Cold In tht Head
Difficult llrcathlnz, etc.
Contain nothtnir harmful.
Cornea only in onaam. iti i-nce pc. mm
Bro. Benjamin Compound Herbalo
Ainmicni kitrrt ru"r i"j"i n"is;i
liinnj I'unrer. a urcaiiiuaivin.
it M-iiift. thturfi.
rrUe,Si.wr"tl',lJ'ori,50 6 'w ,oc
Honolulu Drug Co.
11. l.oftus 171 103 178 517
ItiiM-iuaii 126 137 161 427
Harris 112 132 176 151
Tinker 175 147 178 500
l-'erguson 131 128 129 388
718 709 825 2282
It. Lortus 139 188 161 601
Ikrn.il 170 187 149 606
White 113 137 167 447
(touln 156 172 180 60S
Melln 119 134 78 331
747 818 728 2293
Wlrdnin lost! Lost what? Ask Tin.
ler When nsked how ...any players ha j8t0 t compel col.tl actors to em- ,,,R ,,l,,1"",H",' ,J"t "H ",' "rra"Kcml'"U "
expected to skid batk Into the minors, ,,,,, ,mIy UIllo ,,,,., nccor.llng to ,H(C,1,"I,1 '" '" ' WU" ll
l Young Hotel Laundry
T&sP. ffitimin-n-tl-nnfl d-nrtil 1XTgvr
he said about 15, but added that It was
haul to dtsposg of them
When Molcolm C Patterson, son of
former tlovcrnor Malcolm It. Patterson
of Tennessee', shot nnd dangerously
wounded It T. Seal lit Port Orchard,
December 7, ho was suffering fiom nl
eol ollc efillepsy or illpsoinnuln, Induced
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS by di Inking continuously for live yearn,
opinion Biihniltlcd to Mniir KltzKar
iilil by Coi (ic)i ulliiii Counsel lluhsuu.
Hot biscuits, geiieiously buttered und
spiead with currant Jelly arc dell
clously served with game.
Jno It. Sims, n hotel clerk, of TOlco,
Tex., stabbed his wife nml killed lilni
vm iititw aimwa
two have fouuil
them to be invtil-
iiable for cltar
inn the voice.
139 Merchant Street
Kid l.oflus bent his big,
brother out on total pins.
Tht re urn tt number of good rollers
who want to Join tho Uictlb, Why7
There Is 11 letter at tho "Y" addresa
ed lo ".Mrs. Ai ledge, Copt, of Strug-
Although losing two out of'three, tho
l'lavir.s hud tho 1-K'tU on total phi
It Isn't hard to seo where lb" 1ntla
stand with tho ludlcs.-O. you pet
names! ' ,
Tho "oli till scorer."
wati bed very tlosely
Tl 1 ' - a reason."
I. Sehnrlln vva
by the ladlt-s.