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"Very often I hear people exclaim
ing oer the alleged monstrous sal
aries Da Id biz league ballulasers,"pnl'i
llughle Jennings recently, and tne
remark. Is made that few If on of
these men could enm Anything like
this much money In any other orcn
patlon. It seems to me hardly fair
to the athletes to entertain tho Uloit
that If they had not gone Into base
ST. LOUIS TAKE TWO
mum o nmeno iw
LOW SCORING MATCH Ji'
e J).?. js 4 $ "? ' 4 4
1 - t uuauuuu lull miiu lliin Jiini
Student Rollers Have an Off XiZISulS ITZIXZ, I
r A llt.,...l. IT!.nJ Tiurt 12. 1., 1 11 '1 - ..-1 ' .
way fuiiiuugn nisi iwu
Games are Hard-Fought,
STUDENTS' BOWLING LEAGUE,
' rdnvs. linn pnmntlpil n linlnlln
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" ,,IBL UI II1U UlggOSl IIIlSUIKeH
"-'over mado In baseball." Ills'
'! list Includes the following.
, . Tlia tpmllnff rt l ntlifiwtfnn tiV
HCt. !, pnrnnnll fnr lliictlnf tin, .Innl
1-S rt ly which St. Wills sent Minor
? ? 'Ilrown to the Cubs for Jack
',,, ' Taylor; the losa of n pennant,
" "' hy Jack Chesbro's wild pitch,
'X P nrid Merkle'g failure to touchj.
.000 s 8CCond; the pitching, of curved! $
" balls to uaker by .Matty and:
St. Louie ...
Sparer .. ..
Roller .. ..
Splitters .. ,
fccorln wim dlntlnctly on the low Murquard; the (-eleaBo or Mlll-1
Kldo In fhe Htndent l.easue gamei be- ver Hu-ggins by OrlllUh when
tween the St. LouW and Htrlkeri yo- . manager of the Clnclnnntls;
terdny. Tile walking delcKutcH of tho . RhErwnoiI'Mairee'a aRsault unon 8
ball they would have been strUKgllni; I Striker besought their men to ntnnd Umpire Flnneran; the fnlluro
alone on J10 or $15 u week all their firm. . ami to hold out for the grand 0( pittsburg rind Detroit to
principle of "down wllh the tyrant 4. p ar0er CUxcland Alexnn- ?
Fplltd," but In the first two games tho $ dor. and Cincinnati's turning ?
Strikers' cause collopxeil entirely In $ down of Marjy O'Toole. ,
tlto third thpy.mnilo n nnnl utand, and i ?'
copped the last game with eaBe Tlils.? 8S)J5'S&'5"5,,S8i
along on $10 or $15 u week all their
"it Is true that the majority of piny
erB would not bo able to earn more
than $1500 a yenr or so much lees
thnn the averago baseball salarv'-i
suddenly obliged to quit tho game and
go Into some other pursuit. Bui why
ts this bo? Because the balltoBscrs
have spent oil their lives to Improve
themsehes In their present occupa
tions and have had little chance to
acquire u special training In anything
"Uallnlayers ns n class are Intelli
gent, purposeful, earnest, courageous
and aggressive men, nnd thcao snma
qualities would hao brought them
success In other walks of life liud
they started Along anoner pam at
tne same lime mey uiuneu ui uun
ball. It Is Just as fair to say that
n doctor couldn't make a living In
the law or the ministry ns to mnKo
a statement that a baseball Btar would
pot be any good were he to give up
the game for another Held 01 en
"It requires something more than
mere manual dexterity to become u
big league star Urulns, courage and
perseverance are absolutely essential
nowadays, and the man who can boast
of tliPbe three Isn't likely to bo a total
failure at anything.
"The heroes of the diamond nronot
overpaid They are men who cuu do
one thing better than nny other peoplo
can do It. and that means good earn
lnir nower everywhere. CuruHo getB
thousands of dollars for singing 0110
evening, but nobody thinks mm over
paid, lie Is the top-notcher In the
world of opera tenors und demands
the top price."
gue them the total pin-fall.
Iteldford 1.10 !C, 138 3C4
Mnrgnn 13 C H8 If, 9 U3
While 148 1C9 1(3 470
414 413 450 1277
tirnce ..... 133 144 91 3S7
Hose 107 122 133 422'
Bal ,.124 172 108 404
ROWING MEN LACK "GLAff HAND"
ft Is not! only In stnteimen n
nietow and K Schmidt last night
got Into the 900 class In tho Mngles
tournament now In progress at the
"V" alleys, rolling 004 and 805 respec
tively. In the preliminary round match
In which they wero partnered Schmidt
hnd one bad game. 142, but finished
with u 220, whkh brought his total
lnsldo the mystlo llgures. These are
the two highest scores of the ten that
liovo been recorded to date, and ns
twelve men out of twenty-four are to
qualify for llrst round matches? Itie
tnw und Schmidt are practically cer"
tnln of their place. Itanklln Is In
seventh nnd Cljnicr In ninth position
Last night's scores:
Olymer . . 110 174 117 123 152 CSS
rrnnktln ..1C8 132 135 157 190 782
CHICAGO. IK.. Apr IC Tlia nrtl-
c i-i cles of agreement for ths I'.ickey Me-332.J193'Karland-.Mntt
Wells match In New
jorK on April au were rcceiveu nero
today by Kmll Thlry, who had I'acftoy
nlllx hit John Hancock to tho papers
nnd then Bent them back to Now York
ml sol- Tho main factor In tho articles IE nil
dlers and 'presidents that Ohloi has uglienient to give I'nckey $10,000
been gre.it. In Invention Ohio stnnds win, loso or draw, for ten rounds, or
supreme snlil John A I'olind,, n law- thirty inlnuteH' woik. Tho amount
yer of Chllllcotle, tn n Washington Hint Wells Is to take down is not men
l'ost reporter, .The Wright brothers tloned
nrp Hie most recent Inventors who' The men agree to weigh In at 135
linvo given to the world n revolution- J'""""" " uuiurn wo nuy ui inu
Izlng Invention Mr Poland stated: 1 bollt 1'nckey lniiBt be In Now York
"The llrst friction match mad.. In n' I"8' f'""- Jav8 uef"r0 tl,c contest
the. United States was mnde lnZanes- nd uutl' "lel ,m,llsl ,be c,tml,;'''l V
vllle. o In 1843 a man by the name tl,c cl!"!8 Physician n order that ho
of Mcainnln kept a general More theie may delermlno whether or not they
where ho.wH.l everything. Including "'" '" fcu"u -"""."n'" "b-
ui ubb vjttv uy II I'HTK Hi .vicuin-
111s' was given an order tn mix In a
mortar n quantity of sulphur and phos
phorus. IIiv did it and delivered the
compound to his customer
"That evening the store boy, a lad
named Shevrard, In cleaning out the
mortar useiL sume shuvlngs to scrape
out the lntkture that wus left He
thought nothing moro about It until
tho next ilnyi when ho picked Up one
of the shavings and carelessly drew
It across the counter It Ignited Ho)CubH ,,, lhe two K!im(r8 ngIlt C.
,l,n-1 "" "" aitninnis ', clunutl, Manager Chance held un ex
tended conrerence Willi i'resluent
By LAURENCE REDINGTON.
It must have been a new and like
wise a very unpleasant experience for
our Chinese balltossers, that game at
Salt I.akd whero "the cold wind thdt
sprang up after the first Inning mnde
It Imitnsslhl,, for thn men to hold the
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uuu. io uaii is tuo 1101 lor some ou ,
those boys to, get their hooks onto, I
when they nro disporting themselves'
In the balhiy breezes of Hawaii, but
a ball that's too cold to handle Is
quite another mutter.
Any player knows tho ngoily of
stopping a fast ball with half frozen
hands, und those who do their early
season playing In the chilly north take
good care to get some circulation In
their llngeis before taking n clmnia
with tho horschldc, HUt what n rude '
shock It must have been to our Chi
nese representatives when whips that
ordinarily land lllte u feather' cumu
Into their' hands like rtd-hot cannon
balls. No vvOndcr tho gnmo turned
Into u swntfest with the fielders art
fully dodging the fast ones.
At that, tho All-Chlucs'c whom
mainland papers Insist on calling tho
College of Hawaii team made n greut
rally nnd closed up tho almost Im
possible lead of 10 runs, winning out
by 22 to 15.
If J 011 meet un uthletlc friend on
Fort streetdoii,t tnko It for granted
that ho Is going into a rapid decline
If llo walks like, u rheumatism euro
ad and lllnehes like the I'niildent at a
public reception when ho shakes hands.
Just remember that the rnwlnj season
has Just started and that thee are a
number of' Myrtle and Healanl men
vvKosa aching backs and pllstercd
hands nro oniy temporary disabilities.
llascball nrosuccts. so fnr as lenrnin
ball Is conctrned. nro brlKht on Onhu.
Tho live teams d the Senior Linguo
are getting down to form, and when
the season opens. May 5, sqne first
class exhibitions of 'the national gamo
should bo on tap. v
The only trouble with baseball in
Honolulu Is that Intercity rivalry .!"
entirely lacking, ir the population of
the city were equally divided among
live towns, well distributed ovir tho
Island, nnl these tlvo towns were to
form n league. It's n safe bet that
games In each of the baseball centers
would bo better attended, even with
a population only one-llfth that of Ho.
nolulu to druw front.
To call oii(( team the Stars und the
other tho Hawalls, and so on,, means
really nothing to the uverneo fan He
cun't cnltlvnto that partisan reeling,
Hut if Honolulu and Illlo were In tho
sumo league we'd see a hunch pf howl
ing fanatics, trying to do promotion
Work for their respective communities
by the aid of pop bottles.
However, n real circuit is oilt of tljo
question here, so If funs wnnt to get
the most fun out of the coming season
let them adopt one or other of the
teams and follow Its fortunes. Imag
ine that you live In sturtnwn or
Asnhlvllle, and seo whether Christian
Science Is what, It's, cracked up to be.
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1C7 18C 142 190 22b 905
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CHICAC1C), III.. - April fl.- - Ills-
con raged over tho showing nf thq
tho phenomenon and the latter began
"The result was that McCllnnls man
ufactured the first sulphur matches
made In tho United States The storn
boy afterward became Judge Steward
of Dunkirk,' N. V
"Tho first photographs produced In
tho United States vere mado at Zanes
llle. Daguerre, who discovered pho
tography, had made known his secret
and Alexander O Itoss, reading it. im
provised n camera from nn old accord
ion and produced the llrst daguerreo
types, Thero ore somo of thoso old
pictures still treasured by the peoplo
TAKEN AT HI8 WORD.
Murphy lliin evening, nnd, Jtlst before
tho players boarded tuo train for si
Louis, Chailro declnied that hn was
through us a player. The annm'.iiro
inent came as a surprise to tho other
Cab player. Tor In tho two games
against the Reds, "IlUbk" dlBpluyod
his old dashing stylo und us much
nepper ns over
It wus not until thfs evening that
the fad was nude, known tl at Chanco
suffered from severe hcaduclas In both
gullies caused by the hot sun and that
old tioublo witli his head. Zimmer
man will succeed him on 'Ir.st baBo
for the present.
t: tt tt
Jacob Itlls writes In tho Youth's
Companion about his oxpcrlence as a S-
lecturer. The account of how he has
been Introduced by people who know
him not at all and how ho hnd to bo
asked for information about himself
Includes thb statement that these
chairmen aro sometimes a sourco of
endless enjoyment. ."It Is tho very un
expectedness of them that is so diver
ting," he writes. "Ono will go along
for a month, Introduced by solid citi
zens of tho most fuultlcBS demeanor,
whon suddenly comes one like tho
man In a northern Massachusetts
town who, having inquired of mo what
he should say, und being advised, A
a spirit of levity, to say that I Was
the most distinguished man In tho
country 'they nil do.' I added, never
tlruamlng of what was coming grave
ly informed the audience that I was
'tho most distinguished American; he
eaya so himself,' nnd left me gasping,
and the audience In a storm of laugh
(Standings April 17) .
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Following a lost of tho now Queen
Ftreat relief sewer tho lino has been
acccp(od' by Superintendent of 1'ubllc
Works Murston Campbell' and Is now
Tho line tested Is a 2 Illicit sower
approximately 1700 feet In length. In
this distance therq proved to bo only
two gnllous or leakage, which Is cole
sldered to be uhovo tho uviirugo test,
Tito construction or tho sower was
mude witli carefully-tested concrete
In collapslblo Iron frnmo molds which
placed tho Joliita nloro than llfty feet
upart nnd heavily capped them.
Hawaiian llsli, roBplondent tn many
colors, vveio used as labia decorations
nt a Hawaiian dinner glveri at the l'o
hemlnii Cluli, Ban Francisco, on April
IS, A hidden orchostra played Hawai
ian npmbcrs tliroughout tho repast,
nnd carnation Ids were worn a In Ha-
I wnll. Tho gnosis, woro Mayor Kolph,
I It. 1'. Hltliet, Warren Clark. Paul Isen
jborg of Honolulu, Capt. William Mat
sou, August Humbiirg, (loorge Hind,
W, II. I.nboyteuux, Jamea McNnh, Wul
lace Aloxander, JaineH llolpli, Sr Mac
kenzie Cordon, John Hind, II. J, Dates,
A. A. Ilrown, A Hnrtmaii, W. A. Lie
her, (Jeorgo M Holph, Donald Y, Camp
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Uriu 0 Ilenthcote, Frank II, Anderson
nnd Archie Kalnerf.
POUThANI), Ore., Apr, 14 -A now
world's Indoor vaulting record wns es
tablished nt the Columbia University
Indoor meet yesterday Sam llellab,
ex-Stanford Unlvorslty athlete and
present captain of the , Mhlliloniuli
Amateur Athletic CI1111 track Itnm.
leaped over the bar nt n liolght' of 12
feet 1 1-1! Inches, one-quar'er of an
Inch over the mane established last
year by Coy of Chicago Unlvorslty.
Ilellah llrst shattered his own Pa
cific Coast record of 11 feet 7 1-2
Inches, established at the San Fran
cisco Indoor games After clenrlng
tho bar at 11 feet 9 1-1 Inches, ho or
dered the stick upward to tho 12 feet
I 1-4 Inches mark and went over on
the third trial.
Tho University of Oregon carried
off the I101101H of tho meeting, scoring
2!. points to 23 1-:! for MUltneltl.ih
Amateur Athletic Club, the contender.
ST. ANDREW'S MUSICALE
Tho roncert given by tho women of
St. Andrew's in tho parish lioiiso Inst
night was 11 most: entertaining utTiilr,
A feature of tho concert wns tho vlo-llu-pluylug
by Mrs. A. Wldcrmuii, a
tourist who Is stopping In tho Islands
for a while. The other numbers on
t)te program were by well-known local
musicians and readers, Including Miss
rditli rtoSBlyn Cullais, Mrs. U. Teiluey
Peck, Miss .MacDoiigul, Miss Cornoll
Ccsel, who appeared In costtuno, and
Oeorgo A, Urown.
COUNTESS OF WARWICK
SCORED AS "FANCY FAKE"
Baltimore Socioty Leader Says
' $2 Lecture Is Disjointed
- and Her Garb an Insult,
lJALTIMOrtE, Md., April 2. "Yes,
I called Lady Warwick u funcy fake,"
snld Mrs. Alexander Pri-stim touli-lit
at her homo in West' Diddle street,
and 1 mean it, I should not think
tlie Biiffruglats would bo very proud
of her, although I confess she's moru
Socialist than Suffragist,
"I paid my perfectly good $2 lo
hear1 iter talk on the fnintpis pooplo
she had known, and what did she do?
She mentioned u few famous nnines
and tbon luuuche'd into a long disser
tation 011 woman suffiuge. Which no
ono hud paid to bear. Kho spoko In a
TiesltaUng, disjointed manner which
wus unusually annoying,
"I also went to seo her from curi
osity uutl I must say alio wus a very
attractive looking woman that Is,
what I could see of her beneath tho
enormous hat shu wore. To my
mind hur Ltmtumo was most disre
spectful to un American audience,
however smull, which hud paid to stjo
nild hear liar. Slio wouldn't, havo
dared nppenr upon a platform In her
own country before 11 gathering of
Hngllsh ladles und gentlemen Jn such
Mrs, Preston la ono of tho most
prominent society women In lury
laud. 8lo Is 11 woniun of forceful
personality and is n vigorous oppon
ent of woman suffrage.
Tho Twelfth Michigan pistilot delo
gatc-s lo the Iteuubllcah Nallouiil Con
vention ivero Instructed for Talt,
Tho iiucktlou of Ipu applicability of
lhe .Monioo doctiln- to the West In
dian iitchlpelago was In ought up In
the Uiltlsh House of Commons.
Ilin r.K'ACUK ODDS.
Whnt sporting experts think
of the pennant; chances of the
various major Tcitgue baseball
clubs Is Indicated'!!! 11 betting
chart made out by u syndicate
of New York bookmakers. The
prices offered are us follows:
American league Philadel
phia, 7 to C; Detroit, fi to 2;
lloston, 7 to 2; New York, 10
to 1; Cleveland, IT, to 1; Chi
cago, 20 to I; Washington, T,0
lo 1; St. I.ouls, 100 lo 1.
Nationals New York, 2 lo
1; Philadelphia, 3 'to 1; Chi
cago, 7 to 2; Pittsburg, 4 lo t:
St. Louis, 1C to 1; Cincinnati,
2! to 1; Drooklyn, CO to 1; Bos
ton, 100 to 1.
J ? s '; -J ? s . $ $, j
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SAN FHANCISCO, Cal., Apr. 15
Tho Honolulu Consolidated has stiuck
n gusher In well No. 4, on section 14,
.12-21, which Is now flowing about C.
000 barrels a duy. Tho oil Is of 27
gravity The gushor Is 3ir,() feet deep
nnd Is under control. Theie is con
siderables gus In the output.
A gubhei' has been developed In
Lakovlew' Well No 8, on section 25.
12-24, it quarter of 11 mile east of the
great gusher, since deceased. The
How Is 3000 barrels n duy of 2G
Daumo. The well Is 2377 feet -In
Tho Marconi wireless interests have
arranged lo take over tho bankrupt
United Wireless Tclcgrnph Co.
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