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CHINESE SCORE
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Y, 51. C. A. ALLEYS
y M. C. A. OOWLf NG LEAGUE
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All-Chines V;
Mid Pacific ;
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Last Night's Results
f All-Ch!ntte 4j Hawalis 0.
r :'C Tonight' Match 9Cj'.-
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The All-Chinese bowling team went
Into a tie with" the' Cosmos and Oahus
for . first, place last evening by." win-
. ninj; four -straight from the "Hawalis
In theY. M, C. A. Jague. The first
two games wera very close and the re
eults were In doubt until the last'
frame. Then the Chlrerc showed their
treed and took the last game, 92J to
. K. T,. Pong, Jacob Chlng and Francis
Sing were the All-Chinese stars, every
one of these men averaging over 190
Pong had -high average, 197, while
Sing bowled 222 for high score.
i John Azevedo and H. ,S. Canario put
the Rapid Transit-company to the fore
' by averaging slightly better ' than 190
fop. the Hawalis. ' Williams had Msn
single game lor his teanv 206. .. .
-Tonight the Oahus sad Cotmos will
bowl an important match. The Oahus
are In good shapeand, the .Cosmo
showed real class' against the Mid
Pacifies last week., Results last even
ing; ' Vi I'- i . J J . J ,t
All'Chincse '
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242
152
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524
502,
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184
192
212 184
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.155. . 203
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Pong
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Hawalis
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U. S. Canario
181
171
140
196
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190 571
151 4G7
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193 571
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150 150
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Williams .
Bennett , '
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. Quails; -' part .of. , the fool of., the
Children of Israel when In the Wilder
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during thrir yearly - migrations des
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tram mr; feet, and thesweeping df mighty
: armaments;'?:-:, .s-; ?v"?
Filmed i against a background of pale, unshaven faces,
. - discolored regimentals and tattered flagi one glimpses the
; : rise and fall of empires. v ? j - : ' : V
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v ' When History thus boldly writes her name in the'erimson
flame of tragedyand even now is thrusting you and yours
r I into : the seething vortex of ther most terrific riiggle the
i vvbrld has ever knowncan you afford to1 neglect the best
- means of keeping accurately informed regarding every im-
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" John KelH will: be One Of the swim
rneri n:; the .y M p.j A hj
evening.: .-Kli has .b?en working; out
In the4Y." M. C A. tank, and will-enter
in a -number of : events' tonight '.With
Lane; Duke, Cimha and Krugsr, Kelii
Is expected to show some swimming
for a relay record. : - ' . . - ,
MARY PICKFORD SUED FOR V ;
k? $103,750 BY FORMER PROM OYER
wi,
. NEW '; YORK.1 Mrs, Gladys ) Mary
Moore, known in .the screen as Mary
Plckf ord, 4 has been sued In the su
preme court for 103,750 damages. The
plaintiff is Cora C. Wilkenlngt formerr
ly manager of Miss Pickf ord. r '
The plaintiff alleges that, she acted
as: manager- and promoter of Miss
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the poundiiig
With an Associated Press Service by Federal
Wireless and Commercial Pacific - Cable, cov
ering the. mainland, the Orient arid Europe,
we give yoii today's news TODAY; f J
keep yourself accurately informed by reading
the upto-the-mmute reports in the C
Rogan Will Hurl
For Los
Team This Year
Wilbur Rogan, premier pitcher of ?
the 25th Inf. has signed to play with !
the Los Aceles White Sox, considered
one of the leading .colored teams in !
the country. John Anderson's team is!
given tne following notice in a Los f
Angeles newspaper: I
Columns have been devoted to varl-l
ous characteristics and qualifications!
of baseball magnates, devotees of the '
great American game, but here is a :
story of a magnate. unique In the an
nals of this famous pastime.
John Anderson, known as the "Black
Prince," ratd as a millionaire and
retired from the business world, is de
voting his energy and capital, to pro
.mote his- favorite hobby. He is the
owner of the L. A, White Sox, a col
ored aggregation of ball players. J
"It Is my. ambition to be the owner
of a ball club that will prove to be
the greatest colored aggregation in the
world. ' At present I have three great
stars In pitchers, Mooney, Donaldson
and my? latest acquisition, Rogan,
whom 1 have secured -from Honolulu.
I am negotiating for other stars to
strengthen the Box Imeup-atnd I will
not bet satisfied until I have a club
without a flaw. The white teams' have
tlieir champlcvis and I will spare no
expense to make my club the greatest
colored aggregation in the land" said
"Black Prince1 Anderson.
Donaldson is considered to be the
greatest southpaw in the business, al
though to date he has failed ta pitch
a sensational game for the Sox. -However,
he has proven effective and may
be expected at any time to show his
real class. : v -.;
Mooney Is Anderson's old standby,
He possesses a. "shoe string" ball
which has proven the undoing of many
opposing clubs.' His headwork while
in the box' proves his worth as a fin
ished pitcher.', ;v 1 ; J
Rogan, the latest addition to the
Sox, , is one of the greatest colored
p'ayers in the business, performing
at any position, ou -e diamond or out
field with sis pitching and heavy bat
ting as his principal assets. Rogan
has a record of pitching .54 consecu
tive innings without allowing a run,
tL record within two innings of equal
ing: Walter Johnson's great record of
C6 consecutive Innings without a score,
1 ' The White Sox meet the Westerns
this afternoon at Maler Park, Vernon
in the first game of the new league
schedule. Rogan: will . pitch for the
Sox. - ' --j.. . - ' '" i
Pickford's plays and stories in 1914,
1915 and 191 but .was not paid the
commission due her, - She sues for
$103,750 for services rendered.
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cannon, the
Angeles
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Harold. Kruger will make an effort
to lower his present record for the 50
yard backstroke at the Y. M. C. A.
this evening. The Healani swimmer
was a big. star in the last pentathlon,
and is expected.4 to win a number of
points in the mset tonight.
In an article on the Red Sox and
Chicago teams yesterday mention was
made of the players who were well
known to Honolulu fans. One club in
the American . League . which will be
followed by local fans Is the crew
which has gathered together at the
New Orleans training. : camp. - The
Cleveland team with good pitching,
should be up in the running again this
season;
Louie Gnisto. the big Italian who
covered the first-sack for the All-Ain-
ericans, is certain to be the first choice
for the Job at the first sack. -Fohl let
Gandil go to the White Sox, which
means that the St. Mary's boy will he
given a big-' chance to" make good.
Harris, Howard, Kavanaugh and Mil
ler will be given a tryout at first, also.
' - Chapmany Wambesganns, Howard
and Turner, will fight it out for the
other infield positions. With Speaker,
Roth, Allison andGraney, Fohl is cer
tain to have a strong outfield.. Speak
er should have another good year, and
Roth and Graney are certain to figure
In the outfield again this season.
" Joe Wood, former Red Sox hurler,- is
rounding into, shape, and with such
stars, as Morton,. Covaleskie, Bagby
and Lamoeth the Indians should be
well fortified with pitchers. Boeh-
ling, Coumbe, - Gould, "Kfepf er. Smith,
Petty and Dickerson will also make a
fight for a place. The catching staff,
with 0'Xeni, Daly and Eilllng3, is
hardly the bst in the land. The next
article will review the work of the
Detroit Tigers: -
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HICK PAY FOR McGRAW 4
SAN ANTONIO. Texas, March
23. President Hemstead of the
New York National League base-
ball . club, announced here today 4
that Manager John - J. McGraw
has signed a five-year contract
-f calling for a salary of $50,000 a
year. ; Hemstead! said :
"McGraw Is said to be the
highest paid man in baseball, and
--he-, deserves to be. He has been
with the Giants since 19021 and 4
-we hope to have him with the
club so long as he remains in
baseball."- ,
. Previous, to signing the con-
tract McGr aw 's salary was an-
nounced as $30,000 a year.
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Crenelated Eyelids.
Eyes inflamed by expo
sure to Saa, Oasl and Wlal
quickly r Jiered by Marin
S) Cje Beaedy. No Smarting,
TTiust Eve Comfort. At
our Druggirt'i 0c per Bottlr. Marlae Eyi
Salveln Zubei2Sc. ForBsok of f fceE) eFreeask
Vmggisv or Morlse Eye R"3cJy Ca.. g2kzfr
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STAR WffillS
Eviliili
Duke, Cunh?., Lane, Kelii, Kru-
ger and Others Will Go After
Records at Y. M. C. A.
Tonight at the V. "M, C. A. tank the
opening .events or the International
Swimming Pentathlon will be held.
From present indications the team ot
last year is to be excellei .for Duke
Kahanamoku, Ceorge Cunha and John
Kelii will be Added to the forces of
those who last year won this: event
quite easily. .
These three swimmers will be ad
ded to Stubby Kruger, Clarence Lane,
A. B. Carter, Jr., Ah Kin Yee, oeorge
Hawkins and others to make up an
exceptionally strong combination.
Feature Events x
And yet these swimmers are strong
est only in the three sprints. When
it 'Comes to unaressing in the water
and towing another- fellow your own
weight, there will probably be another
bunch of . swimmers who will make
these go to hold their own!
Lasr. year A. B. Carter won the. tow
ing race In 33:1, taking it away from
the fiel-1. In the undressing event;
however, Kruger added to his prowess
by breaking the scoring chart This
event is the star' entertaining attrac
tion of the meet The swimmer stands
on the bank with his hands In his coat
pockets, and affile pistol shot he rips
off his coat and shoes and jumps into
the water The swimmer must swim
across the tank and half way back,! at
which Roint, he dives to the bottom of
the pool and brings up a bag of sand."
As li reaches the surface with the
bag be drops it and immediately goes
at it to undress down to 7iis bathing
suk. As soon as collar., tie, shirt, vest,
pants and socks are off he swims ItJ
feet to the finishing line.
Kruger Won Last Time
Last year Kruger did all this in the
remarkable time of 49 i- seconds and
as far as could be ascertained he won
4081 points for doing, it. . It is doubt
ful tf this event will be accomplished
again in as fast time. ' . . . ; i
.The swimmers are asked to supply
themselves with the necessary cloth
ing for this event and the association
pays' for the pressing and ' laundry
bills, - v.. -' --r -
In the towing event Carter won by
placing his left hand under the "dead
man s" chin and with a strong ove
arm and trndgeon kick managed the
25 yards In 33 1- seconds. -
A gold medil is awarded the local
swimmer winning most points as a
grand total. - Last year ia medal Vaa
also awarded Lane for hrs most excel
lent work In the 75 yards, when he
established a Iocal tank record of
Oft. . . . '
Record May Go
The CO-yard backstroke is really the
only record expected to be excelled.
In this event Stubby Kruger Is in beti
ter form even.' than he was last year
and the World champion at this event
ought to do even better. '
v The best, local timers are being se
cured to handle the watches, since
timing is the most Important work oj
tnis sort of a meet. . .
Harry Decker i$ acting as referee
and , Clair. Tait . will .ably handle . the
starting, position. -. . -v s r
COAST LEAGUE STANDING
Won.
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Lost Pet.
Portland . ...
500
500
500 I
5001
San Francisco
Vernon . .. . , .
Los Angeles . .
Salt Lake
1 -.'
500
Oakland . ....
500
( Associated Presi by federal Wirele)
SALT LAKE, .Utah, April o.-Port-
land hit the ball hard In the ' game
with the Utes yesterday afternoon anS
wen, out by a score of 9 to 3. The
Beavers 6howed a; big improvement
over their play in the first contest.
Vernon secured revenge' for the first
.defeat In, San Francisco, ' while Oak-
and downed Frank Chance's Angels.
Yesterday s' scores: . . -v,. r ;
Portland, J; Salt Lake, 3.
Oakland, 3; Los Angeles, 1. ,
Vernon, 7; San Francisco, 5.
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ROGAN HURLS ONE-HIT
" GAME i IN LOS ANGELES
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LOS ANGELES. March 26.
Wilbur Rogan, late of Honolulu,
' came near pitching a no-hit game
4-- for the Los Angeles White Sox
4- against the Western Pool Halls
at j.vernon .yesterday afternoon.
4- His wlldness allowed two runs In
4-. the first, but he did not allow a 4
4 hit until Orendorfr singled In the 4
4- ninth. Thft Sox f won. 10 to . 2.
4- Rogan lived up to his reputation 4
4- as an all-around baseball athlete 4 1
4- by making .three triples. : . 4
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During 1916, 9,293,539 ounces of gold
were taken, from mines In the Trans
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for the Rand. - , - ; '
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