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Date, of Trans-Pacific Race Is
Uncertain and Amateur Tars
arc Working the Cable.
BOWLERS AFTER PRIZE.
Locnl bowlrrs are Just now f'
In the hottest rnce for the '
inontlily high score prlo nf tlio e
"Y" alleys that hns been run
ilnce tlui driven were upini'it. '
W. l.uftll OpelHll till1 IIHIllttl
wllli 210. A few days nfler- -V
wards W. Williams canio within !
ono plirof thing this. Al Hit- !
nnril turned the trick n tlay or
so iiki), equaling hut lint better- '!'
Ing I.of t hh" llgurcs Now Her- '
Hctitit M. It Huberts hax solved
Iho (llllluiilty by rolling 251. '"
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$ , .5. ,, $
Yesterday morning the coast nrtll-
that Juno 1 would bo it more nccept-
nblo data for California yachtsmen.
Thin tlmo has not been definitely uii
If the nice la to start the first week
In June, the local tars will have to
cet very busy. Hceretury Vetlescn of
tlio Ilnuall Yacht Club sent 11 cabin
Inquiry tn tlio South Coast Yuclit Club
a week ago, hut to date has received
no answer. When tho reiulred Infor-
Illation arrives, plans will be mude
horu for definite action
STARTS AT RAM
Iluschnll prnetlso began ut Kamclin
inehn yesterday nftirnoon, when fully
forty-live cnndldales turned out for
pmctlso, Muny new face wtro seen
on the Hold, mini) of them for the
tlmo this school year. Ah there nr
ot bo two tenms, it Hrst mid a second,
tho number of candidates Is lArgc. Tlio
new Held will bo n busy sceno every
evening. It Is the first tlmo for many
enrn that ouch n largo crowd' of ball
tof.sers hnvo been out for places.
.Mr. Ilopwood Is head coach of tho
ball team this year nnd will keep nn
open-tyo on nil players turnliiR nut
for the next few weeks beforo tho
tennis uro selected.
There Is plenty of Rood material
ninoiif: the recruits, nnd nfter 11 few
weeks' pructlio tlio bust men should
show MP well.
Ono of the bin holes In Iho team
this year Is tho pitcher's position, there
belnit 110 known miatlty nt irci,cnt.
llThriiu nf flin lu'lrlera fnr IMti vefir's
nine nro out of the rumiliiK, two 'of
them linvlnc left school mid WaltiT
Kmnaloplll belni; on thn slcl; list.
Cnptnln Noah Is hunting up sonio
men who can put thu sphere over tho
plate In Rood style, nnd so fnr has
succeeded' In gcttlpp two likely pitch
ers In Q. Hewitt, tho Knu wond.T. and
Henry IlniieberR, who arrived recently
from tho Coast, where ho lias been
taklnc nn nctlvo, part In ball Raines.
Henry will turn out dully to work Ills
11 rm nnd In due tlmo 'cxpcclb to Ret
back to his regular form.
At' tho present llmu thero uro lUe
ucnnclc8 on the first team. Those
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l'liins of the Hawaii Yacht flub for
tho l'Jl U tcusiin are temporarily at 11
Uniiclsllll. pendliiR jfurther Jiifortim
llon from the South Coast Yacht Club
III riKind to the ttreot traiispaclflu
race. In thesmenntline, thero Is much
to do lit tills end of the line, inattera
llnulichU connected with Retting tho
yacht Hawaii Into llrt-clnss shape for
the nue having to bo disposed of be
foro dellnllu action can bo taken,
Luciil yachtsmen wuutd like to know
thu exact date f the stnrt of the roce,
mid It Is for,tnls news that they uro
uniting. In former years the race has
usually been pulled off in July or Au
gust, but this Jtnr the South Court
V..,.tt f.lxl. 1. I, Int. l,,,o ...itl... l,trit
' !. ... ,u t.t !'..,, tfmr.ir lfl.,.1 mil lliclr
of the arrangements, has Intimated ",'' ," '', , ..,.,.,,
The Held day va pronounced the most
sureessfiil ever held nt tho putt, somo
of the events being novelties ulid pro
viding amusement for contestants und
spectators alike ,1'lfty dollars In prlz,
money was distributed by the post ox
change. Honors were carried off by the lOfitll
Company, vvlioe men won most of Iho
Individual events, besides taking llrfct
place In the relay raco and the tug-of-war.
Tim pillow light proved Hie lilt of
the day. The coiiti-stauts, armed with
pillows, faced each other astride of n
wooden horse, tl(elr legs being clear
of the ground A solid whack on the
'side of thu hind usually sent the ro.
Iclplelit to thu grass, mid more than
'onco both uieii lauded ut the samo
moment. In which case both took the
Kollowlng were the results:
r.iiilpment raco Corpl. Shuw, II. A.
Smith, I'rvt. Smith.
luo yurls -Mr,l.- Slump, Cush,
Sack race O. A. MeMlllen. Niirmnn,
Iteluy raco (30 men) Won by 105th
Wlieelburrow race I'nrkcr and Ijx
Three-legged rnce Cash ulid l'Vnnce.
Potato race f'ostcll. '
Hlephaut rnce-'lllevlnn nnd King.
I.eaifrog lluwley nnd Vllson,
Tug-of-war VCua by lOBlli Com
pany I'lllow-flKht Heavy weight, I'arker:
mlildlcw eight, Wllholt; lightweight,
"St. I.ouls College stnnds for fair
play nnd sport for tho glory of iho
gamy," said a mail this morning who
M Interested In sports nnd wants n
fair Held and no favor, "The point I
don't llko nbout tho wind-up "of tho
sncicr rhiiinpioushlii matter 'Is that
when thu leagiin coiiimltteu held Its
Until meeting thu St, I.011U boys had
no lepreHi-ntntlvu present nnd tho fact
of disputed points existing wall well
A letter bearing on the subject linn
been sent to tho II n 1 1 0 1 1 n for pub
lication. It follows;
n n tt u u n t: :: n n n n tt tt u
who have left thu team urn 1), Kalal,
former cnptnln nnd pitcher; Joo Ka
lllil, catcher; C. Hosen, J. I.ludsey,
pitchers; and J. Kiiumie, llelder
Aiiioug tho candidates who' turned
out this week nro (leorgb Mauoha, who
4 working for '11 place at secund; II.
llronilt, who Is expecting to inuku tho
first hlntlou; whlbi J, Jones Is out for
11 position In the Held. Dun Knlelu-
III, H. Hush, J, Makiiuujil mid fl Hush
are ull working for tho Hrst temn
l'resldent Home was out with thu
lioyH yesterday throwing tho ball
nrniind, ulso l.leutenunt- Turin r and
Mr. llarllttt. The prospects of select
ing a strong team look good nt
HANS FASSOTH IS NERVY
, ATHLETE AND SHOWS
Punnhnti has n trllle over six feet
'of Hrst-clnss nthlete In linns Puk-
until, whose specially Is stepping over J
the high Jump bar. I'nssnth Is built
according to the same specifications us
n toothpick, which' considerably re
duces the dead weight to be lifted
ovir the nbove-ment lotted bnr. That
he Is not only n good uthlite, but 11
nervy one ijs well, was shown by Ills
performance III tho Interscholastlo
meet Inst Saturday Willie pole vault
ing liisoth gave his ankle 11 pnluful
.f, p si .!, . , J. l rti j S J
' WENDOVER COUNTED OUT. -
; SALT LAKH CITY. Utah.
' Weinlovir, I'tah, no longer Is 11
ctinilldnte for tlio championship
bnttli. bit ween Jack Johnson '
ami Jim Klymi. Spokesimn for
the business men vhn gave en- '
loiirageineut to Promoter Cur- '"
ley have announced that they "
had given up dellnltily the nt-
' tempi to llnunce the battle, A '
refusal on the part of the West- "
ru Pacltlc rullro.nl to build mi
f iirena lit Wendover Ii said to
' have ninotlured tfio last hope.
iji is .; .; .: .?. .J. .; .b ;. .5. ' A
:: tt n
ECHOES OF THE
f-'ast Japanese Team Will Make
frith Club in City Circuit ;
j Schedule Adopted.
111.., II... flmir.in till!, ti littr re.t urn.
ell 011 our calendar, for .May 5 will
' be 11 red-letUr day: the day the bje
bull reatou opens .
i This wits decided last night nt in
muting of the U.ihu Keillor llat.ebajl
I-elUUe Ilt-Kltlos Hgleelng oil inn
iFchedule tho league look Important so;
jtlon III ndinlttlug to miuib.rshlp the
Asahls, the fast Japanese team that
I walked off with Hrst lionorn of th3
Junior l.i ague last year
lit Hve-cluli lirganuallott tor I'l-i
iwuicii win give everv ipiimi 1111 ut-"
slonal Sunday off
Is qiilln a ills-I Al ,1(, lr, lrl,: (,( (i,6 Ifitgu
ring matters of .,.R..,ti held 11 wk ago, two clubj
intty IhoroiiKli- uiuilled for mcmh.'rt'hlp. Oii'e wnslha
Asahls and tho othtr it tenlntlvo or
ganization Knout) us the .aiding.
tanee from I'Msllanii,
luttloiial Interest ale
ly discussed In local circles sisirtorlal.
und tin re are some well-posted llghl
criucs along tlio line. which wuh lo be put In by P. O.
Iho Atteii-.Mtirphy Fcandal Ii.IsIi.-imi 8l)ll ,rle ,jectlon lo this team
mi unending source of gossip mid spec ... IH ,1..., i, would take some of the
ul.ttlon, tho consinstis of opinion be- iM,8l .,i,iyirs of the four other clubs',
got ull Unit wan com-
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sprain, the foot swelling almost nil
inedlalely Ho lutt on n rubber ban-
dago nnd limped through thu nign
jump, tlelng for Hrst pl.ico with Han
Hitchcock lit 5 feet 0 Inches.
Kastoth's Jumping form Is not ex
nctly graceful, but It certiilnly Is ef
fective. He takes off with 11 long, lop
ing stride fioin the right side of thu
stundurd. lifting his left leg very high,
us shown In the picture, which was
taken from the tuke-oh side of thr
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"Sporting Kdltor of the lliillutlu.
"Diur Sir: in reply to thu state
ment found III tho columns of jour
papir of Tuesday, .March SO, wu liuvn
thu following reply to liailte.
"Tho following should be homo III
mind rtgarillug Iho gaino thai ended
In 11 dlsputo:
"Tho Kiiiii representative negotlaU-d
with thu St. Louie to submit the iiuvs
Hull III dispute tu 11 bo.ild of arbitra
tion, 'iho Kama' nprcxontutlvowiint-
ed olio man lo ilccjilo tho point of con
tention, but the St. I.ouls wuh ot lliu
opinion that It Is more In accord wttli
Uity to have three men decide the
cuse. Tile inner incision was ngrceu
upon by bulb representatives.
St. Louis und the Kiiiiih wero each to
select 11 Judge, und u certain honorable
gentleman of our loimuunlty, well
versed In sports, wus selected as thu
'"Ibis proposition was found uccepl-
alilo by buth inn ties, mid thu meeting
was fcchtduh-d tu tuke place at 2 p. m.
S.ttuiduy iitteritiiou, l'ebruury 17, tit
tho ntllco of thu HlllluKhaiu Company,
"Tlio following day tho Kuiiis' repru
selitatlvu lulled tho St. l.uuls up on
thu phono und requested him tu can
cel tho meeting of tlio board ut arbitra
tion, alleging thu whimsical excuse
that he did nut see what benefit either
team would derive liy sulimlllliig inui),,,.
iiuuhtloti to the board mid asked hliu
to think over the matter, suilug lie
would ring him up again tho following
morning for his answer.
"Prldiiy morning, K-bruury !C, tho
Kuiiis' lepieselitallvu called' tho S,t,
Louis man up again and usked I1I111
What he decided tp do.
1'ho St, l.uuls man simply, repllul
that ho would suulnlt tho luatter to
tlio board and abldu by tho decision.
Tho K1111M' rcpreseittatlvu then stated
Mint ho absolutely refuse tu bring
thu iiiesttou heforu tho board, und
his last words weie, Vu droi the
mutter right hero,'
"St. Louis then had to cmirit all thu
arrangements Unit were mude with the
ineiubirs of tho board, nnd nothing was
lii-anl or the matter until Tuesday.
"St. I.ouls would llku to kuhtv who
conslltiito the board of governors of
tlio school league, and how' III Justlcq
and eipilly this board can award thn
championship to the Kuiiis, without
hem lug both shies of tho controversy.
"(Signed) I-T.STI.U Hf)lIINRO.N.
"Captain, St, I-ouls Soccer Eleven.'
nig 1 nut -lam
ing to him.
Further Information us to how It all
happeiud, us given by Joe .Muiphy In
tho Sun Francisco Call of menl date,
will be of Intel est. The Call says:
Abo Atlell, the former featherweight
champion, cull attribute his defeat by
Harlem 'Tommy .Murphy at
Mission street arena on Saturday to
what Is known In the sporting world
us the "double cross." Attell wus
made the victim In n deal whereby
Murpny, who wus (he ulliir principal.
fulled tq carry out his part of the con
tract, which called upon htm to foul
Attill 11 lid' bo illsiiuulllh'd. Por car-
rylug out his part uf the dial .Murphy
wus to have. Received 14000,
According to those who wire "In tni
the 'ground Hour," when thn J1J1 wits
framed, tho coup to trim the publln
was upM-t when Jim Iluckley, Mur
phy's manager, got wind that every
thing wus not all right. Iluckley
heard of the frame Saturday morning.
stood Murphy up mid presented fuels
lo him which made tho Now Yorker
Murphy was In perfect condition to
w-eakdilng Ilium considerably Tho Asa.
Ids, on the oilur hand, .01110 In u 'a
completed team, and will not rob th
1 oust. Por II1I1 leunou the Asahbgot
the vole last night $
Duiible-lKiiibrs will b played every
Sunday, nnd the playing ueatun will
bo' divided Into two series, us vtut
CotTroth's dim,, last ir. -The Portuguese Alhj
lelle Club, Jiip.iueii Athletic Clutj
lluwulls. Start, and Asuhls wilt bo'lr.
tho l. ig chase IhU siasoil. - g
Follow hit; Is tho hciieiiciie fur
May r. Hitwull vs. J A. C; AsbKI
I .May 12 J. A. C. vs. Mlura; P. A.,
vs. Hawaii. Ig
I May 1! Slar vs. P. A. C; Aaal?
v-fc. J. A. If ,
May 26 i'lnwnll vs. Asahl;
vs. P. A. C.
I June 2 A mint Vs. P. A l
' Jilhe Htara ve. Asuhl; II
J. A. C.
June II P. A. C. vii. Iluwull
C, vs. Stars.
I Juno 10 J. A. C vb, Asald;
'vs. P. A. C.
A. C. v. J A. C;
light mid Iluckley li.nl tho utmost ion-1 June :.l -P.
Hdence In Murphy's ability to win. It vs. Hawaii. -
Is said that Iluckley put thu innllir up July , Slurs vs. Hiiwnll; P.
lo Murphy "cold," nnd warned him to vs. Asahl.
go Into tho ring mid tight his best.
Murphy was forced In make n solemn '
promise to his manager that ho would
box to the best of lilt, nblllty nnd any
agreement made up to that tlmo would
be culled off. ,
Like nil Jobs of lis kind, there Is
always one loo many let In oil thn
deal mid there Is a leak. Wind of Iho
negotiation., that wtru on between tho
two boxers found Its way to certain
sources Saturday morning mid It help
ed to stimulate the betting.
Up tn Saturday morning but little
betting was done on tho result of the
Attell-Murphy light. Attell mouey
wiis In evidence nt 10 to 8 nnd It even
went to 10 to 7, Up to Saturday morn-
hut a few tliouMind dollars w.ih
bet In thu local poolrooms, while on
tho morning of too light more than
t I:01MJ wuh handled by the poolroom
men. However, tliousamls were bet 111
eel lulu sporting clubs.
The Murphy end that learned what
hud coniu off mid hiiew that tho New
Yorker bad to light rushed In the
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he wa.-l to be the- victim The tlgh
had ln-ogrei-sod four or live rounds b
foro I10 u-alUid that lie Ji:nl been don
bio irossc'd. It was up- lo him the)
lo make I lie right or his life und tuvj
lib? fnoney piul leptilnllon .fl
lit1 had made a couple of inlstukot
which he could pot iep.llr at tli.it ma
incut, Ip had neghoted bis condl.
lion. Important In it grueling contest
mid be had taken mi iinnecessaV
amount of punishment for live round
which w.ih going lit tell nn him In'
Attell' lunde 11 marvelous: shuwlni
against Murphy considering Uu odd
he wus lighting ngiilnst. Ho wa
met ting 11 full llolgid lightweight, vvhv
Mauds nl Iho top of his class. Tl
local hid was outweighed at least
Attell Marled training for his boil
Willi Murphy ,1 week iigu ycMerda)
which nave him about ttlx days lo'gij
Into shape. Aid II did but little wort
!! fins lilolit l,aftP.i tlm II, .t.t n..,l ttwl
poolrooms nnd gobbled up tho short- I "" ................ ...
nuiiu1)' reallzlnw that Attoll wuh t n , t tk ' v ,3
rn.iiit, u hpr.i ..tletli ntnl m.ii., mun
lint In slmpo and Unit bis climu-eH of ..,... ..:"!
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places In reck
winning were not any loo good under
Iho circumstances. Tho luatter wuh
kept iiilel. Promoter C'offrulli learned
of the frame ut the last moment mid
tistk measure, lo prevent It, Tho
newH of thu Job, however, was sup
pressed, nnd Attill went lulu tho ring
on Siiturilay lutcruoon expecting .10
have 11 soft tight on Ills bands.
He was not In shape, The former
featherweight champion hud neglected
Ids training, billevlng that the deal ho
hud made with Murphy would go
through, and ull that was necess-iry
was to box 11 few roiindH and thi'll wnlt
for the foul blow. Attell entered tlio
ring Saturday afternoon unaware that
was belting In these
less fashion. J&
Thursday night he played pokertf
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