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, COKOLULU GTAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, XOvf., 1012;
NEWS OF EVERY FIELD
THE TRUTH ABOUT SFOPJ
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OAS en ; T F fiA E TH
U GIRLS AT PRESENT;
Tb? rtiBaliou girls Hrc colng Into, ? Nov; JlMcKInley vs. pHnahou,
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un'iua im jiar wiui a vim ana i-vmiu;.
vigor that Js sure to' bring good re-
v suits. The first team has been named,
and the squad Is turning out daily for
practice. The first game :of. the sea-
.' son is to be played - on Monday,
November 11. with McKinley. The
McKinley girls have -, been - working
hard in practice and the game is sure
: to be a good one. 7 ;-' ;
' lunahQu had a larger "turnout this
year than he - has'; had ; for - several
years. More than Iwcuty girls turned
" out ior basketball and from this Jar-
ge number the ten ' who will play on
the, first team .were chosen and are
as follows:; . .-V '---; :
, Forwards, MeTe Williams, Knth IJert
lemann, Huth Anderson,' Ruth, Boper,
Centers, mzabeth Low . (captain).
Marie JicVelgh, .Violet Austin: Guards
1'ulla CampbelL ' Violet ; Kamopilt
: Geraldine Derg.
The second -team haa not been -chc- Thi5 'l"8:
Nov. 15 runahou vs. St Andrew's
Priory, at Punanou.
Nov., ?3 McKinley vs. St Andrew't
Priory, vat Priory., ? - -. y : J
y Now "23-rMckialey vs. Punahou, at
Punahon. '.-''.r---. . :
Nov. 21 Punahou vs. St Andrew's
Priory, at Priory... :
Dec 2McKlnley vs. St Andrew's
rnorj', wcmniey. -Second
Nov: 18-McKiuley -vs. Punahou, af
Nor. Punahou vs. , St Andrew's,
rnory. at Priory. :
s J)ec; t5.McKtnley" vs? St 'Andrew's
Priory, at. McKinley U J r : i ;
" Dec. 9 McKinley vs. Punahou. it
Dec. : 12. Punahou vs. St Andrew's
Priory, t at Punahou.
Dec, 16. McKlnley vs. St Andrew's
Priory, at Prions l , V v y-i
sen yet as many of the girls who. will
play cn it were trying for places on
the firt team and now; new tryouts
will have to be neld in,brder to choose
the 1 layers for the second team." ,
The pirls who will take part In the
second team tryouts are: . '. '
' Alice Varboroush, Daphne Damon,
Lafcra Low, Margaret Jones, Eliza
beth Pratt Hrytlc Schumann, Mary
FerriTt,- Tl rlrr.a Murphy ' Elolse
' Vicl::::;in, K;:tio. ' Fir-.-rJchnrst, Grace
Johns ic::e, Gladys llalitead, and Kuth
l-'arriton. ' ; ; . . :v.v
With zch a largo number to choose
frcm, u'.A all food players, the sec
ond trcirn will net bo far behind the
. first team, cither in rpirit or in play
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1-nth tra:;:s I. ave very promising
t-e'-ir-: Yo fur t?i? ftRsou and are as
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The interscolasticl basketbali leaj
gue consists only of the three, schools
lunahou. McKinley and StT Andrew's
Priory. Karaehameha girls' expected
to have a basketball team: this year
as they have had Jn; former jeare bet
they were unable to 'on : account " Of
having no grounds. Their' old grounda
were destroyed by the erection of a
new building tut new grounds are
under construction and will bo ready
toon. y":'"':' -;-'v;'''; ' ,y . ;-;
1 If any '! of the games' between rw"o
cT. the Echools iu the league end ina
tie, the deciding game or .games "are
to 'be played In the latter part of
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. With the Punahou girls, hasketbasl
marks the beginning of. their athletic
it ason nnd probably plays the- most
important part-in it-The: basketball
trans tl:ry stitrn'mit are always good
and fro:n, the looks of thinssrthls
year s team is no. -exception. -:i
Recent World's Series Enhanc
:s ed Already Great Reputation
and Big Six' WorVt Quit -
Following the world's sies came a
report that Christ Matbewspn, the
Giant's peerless box artist, was going
to quit the game for good and "all, and
engage in straight business. The re
port gained, some; credence,' but from
New ; York Ccoroes the moi.x vigorous-denials.;-.
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The games against Boston which
Matty lost throHgh Jhe hardest krnS
baseball luck boosted his already greai
refutation, 'and he now has the public
with him faster than ever beore.,
There Isn't enough money. In base
ball to buy 'Big Six; Manager McGraw
is quoted v as 1 aying while back.
VVhy his idrawlngTOwer at the gate y
equaled only by that of Maude Adams
pt the -box office. -This club wouldn't
be 1 the Giants without; Matty." -
And. f.lcGraw xs right M atheweou
probably has a larger, following that J
any man In baseball and from all ac
counts he is -good tfoi 'several years
more in the blgijrush.Vl T i ; - :
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when the pan can be ever so lot viihout swokingi when thio;?;'
100a comes cn cn?p ana Drown and ucneiousin Bhort, when : r ;
you are cc. .ir'wrh
IS NOV ON
C1G REDUCTIONS IN, Alt DEPARTMENTS. WE QUOTE A
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LADIES'- WORSTED SWEATER JACKETS. Regular Sale '
decide whdJ!wttiW Settle" in that l iwly
i!ace for tho;.nest weckl7tt BO,; and
vision. -7:. i- r yyA Ym' UxaP Ue brn ' ' .eregot
any oF this trio could make the 1 1 r . h - m hv faJrlr eobd niar-
Whether the; attempt of -tho New
York : State athletic Commission" to
regulate tbe Weights for- the -various
division . of -boxers succeeds or not
tho effort Is a worthy one. Especially
docs this apply to the lightweight di
vision. It the, commission .can qa - so
they Intend to raise the' figures in.the
lightweights class' from 3153 ;j)bund9T to
135' and this would be a ' goodVthing
for the followers of' the :'game;'-:"":Vv'
Right now tho lightweight limit is
133, pounds, ringside,; arid 'this weight
works a hardship on lads like "Pack
ey" McFarland Jack Critton and Wil
lie Ritchie,-three of 'tile -best tyoysin
present ' weight, but 1 in;' making: such
a weight they ;weakfen .themselves ,to
such an 'extent- that Ihcy . "would likely
prove; easy ;prey for a boy whoso ;na-,
tural weight is 13.1 pounds arid who Is
very rugged at such l weight ' v
.Until Billy. Nolan and ;Nelson made
the a lSSpound notch imperative, light
weights boxed for ; the -j title at ' a
weight above that mark and the mat
ches were good ones and' there" were
more; good lightweight 1 than there
&ye ' todays ?:riKi;;-:. j-f ;
" The one bad feature of thevproposcd
new, weight ; is that they: are to' be
made at ringside. -Ringside weighing
is not a good, thing, ; arid the fans
would bare-" care for, it- A few hours
should be' allowed between - Weighing
and actual ring time. ; , ' ". ; r
T Wolgast "w ho succeeded Nelson to
the title, is also a natural 133-pound
boy, but the fact that. Wolgast 'can
make this weight handily should not
make it ; necessary for bj.her boys to
make that mark. . -';t.v , "
At his best . Wotgaswould have ab
solutely no trouble beating boys like
Ritchie. McFarland or Jack Britton at
123 pounds ringside, but any one of
the trio would' give him a good time
at- 135. pounds.:::',-;' ;; '
For" thef sake of the: boxftigigaine
It is to be hoped that the neW5 weight
schedule will be adopted! Then well
have a chance to" see come good bouts
.The Othei1 weights suggested by
the: New,; York State Athletic Commis
sion are: Paperweight 108 pounds;
bantam-weight,! 115 pounds; . feather
weight, -1 25 pounds ; dlghtweigbt ;135
pounds; 'welterweight 145 - pounds ;
middleweight' f 5S pounds; light
heavyweight; 175 poundsrheavyweight
175 poundaand ovehThese lookHke
ideal weights .a and -'. . their adoption
Would .be a boon Xto .Hhesport ; of the
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YALE GOES BACK TO
; ; AFTER EXPERIMENTS
, NKW1IAVEN, Conn. Football of
the old-fashioned type . is ? to be - the
rule at Yale for the remainder of . the
season. . The coaches have decided to
abandon efforts at fancy plays and de
vote their, energies almost" entirely to
the straight plunging game.;; The pol
icy Is 1 regarded as wise; inasmuch i as
the team is one capable of great power
and can be depended on for short but
steady gains through the old reliable
type'of ; play. - ;:-:- ; t ; m
, "Fullback;-Lefy- Flynri's': capabili
ties as a punter and runner in an open
field will rbund the team's attack jvto
just the extent needed.; If the work
of: the coaches; is successful and ev
erything points to its success iV ale
will have a powerful,almost irresist
fble scoring. machine ; for Its final
gamfs; its plays depending on strength
4 and pQwer ; rather than . n Intricacy
and variety.; ri :
TOII CA0T UVt HIM FOlt 3f OSSX
Matty!s drawing -power at the gate
js equalled Only 4yithat of Tttiude Ad
ams at the box office. : H ls 5 ;
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iTbe; Bplitlers and the Breakers', be
iwo teams thAtVcd for cellar post t ion
with the Dane Horses, user it on - 10
will stop all drains and losses. "They are
worth their weight irt gold to all who
suffer ' from nervous exhaustion, cither
mental or physical; Tliey restore di'ge--tkn,'
regulate the circuhtion. clear the'
brain,: prevenV.iijsompi -rtd impart a
magnetic vjor,. ?une'to pt
. . Bargain Price, 50c each
One lot CHILDREN'S SH OES, Regular Sale . price $50 .
-. . fv.v . ....... . Bargain . price, 50c Pair ;
One Jot LADIES' SHOES and PUMPS, Regular price $2.50 :
pair . . 4 i.-1 '., .-;v; .To. ctosout at $10 pair i
Fine;Une"ofLAOESLACE HOSE, Regular 50c values V.4..
'- .' ... .To - close,, out, 25c per : pair , i!
One lot LADIES' WOOLEN; SKIRTS, Regular $3.60 and ff 'f.
$5.00 each, '.,,". ..i.. .Toclose" out, $1.50 each
COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
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For the Splitters, Rletow -had both
fc igh " average and" score, 170 'anS 195
f rofv the .losers II. White ; had; high
; The scores: --
-:-h.:i SPLITTERS. ' :
Eriimahs' ' -i ii 165 .145; r 153 463
Klswcrtli ........ 161s 123 j 154 , 138
A.E Tinker V. 134 5142 158 434
Rietow: . . . .U. i .195 158 , 159 512
Dummy:..;. . . V.. 153 153, 1S3 459
Totals . . . .808 '721 777 230G
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IL - White 'J...1... .14C. 156 172 , f 474
gchmldtl..141; v-166 161468
H. iTinker . ; ;125 131 irXtfZte
Longley TiT. . 'KV; ;136 '135
Franz ,.;.U.16fl-158 14240
C A. White . . 137 ,140 : 147 42
' Totals ? ;.;V.'.709''; 7517,758 221
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V- STRIKES AND SPAR E8; fC '
,v C. A. White had a day off. , J
nVatch the SplittersT climb'-Rie
low. - '. - . - .; : ..
Schmidt; says , h will be in - shape
soon. . : r .;
"Gee, but thlaT bowling game is ex.
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Tho . bowlers - are doing more 'prac
ticing now!. Franz says they need IL
.In Rietow's first game last night,
the' pins fell "just like Republican can
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V There were nearly as many splits
on the "Yt drives last nighty as there
were splits in: the G. O. P. ticket at
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' It will; hardly do for both Oahu
teams toH decorate the cellar in the
inter-island : I eague. But you've got
to hit the head pin to get the scores
J, Tonight the Oahus tackle the Kauai
team, while the Kamaainas are roll
ing against; the Mauiites. Both of the
local teams : are: confident of rolling
SSOO.pins each. .. - ' ;. -
ingi???"'n,.S?.etfned'j iy out bf the running. t play a game
tails of . the championship ; play-off bet-J before the one -which . the v fans vare
paying to see, and delay the" "action?
The Oahu league will bold a meet
g tomorrow night,to determine do
lis of the'ehatri pionship- play-bf t bet
ween the J. A. Cs, -winuers of the first
half of the league Series, and the ' Por- j That is a question that the league
inguese, wno captured tne second half
last .- Sunday. The - cnances are that
these two teams .will get together in
a three-in-five series, commencing Sun
day next ; ; ';,'. .
One suggestion 'which the league
.management'' might '-v. consider, and
which would no doubt prove popular
.with the fans, is that no curtain rais
er bo played in ,thia series. A straw
vote .would. show that the majority, of
the regular palrous of Athletic Park
would much rather' see one fast game 1
oi oati, getting home in good . season.
than to watch two disinterested teams
which: have t nothing at' stake; amble
through a, tiresome preliminary. ,
Why drag In the Hawaiis and Asah-
Is and Stars, all three belng'complete-:
magnates had better ask before mak-
ing up, the play-off schedule. )
It would be far better to start the
game promptly at 1:30, and finish
while the - light: is -still good than, to
drag along a double : header that peo
ple have no particular desire to see. --
CRICKETERS TO BE FETED j
When the Marama docks this after
noon; the members , of the Australian
cricket i team,' that has' been playing
In 'England -will j be welcomed by
local cricketers, and given ' as good
a time as' the short stay of the ship
permits.' After a tour, of the city. In
autos, the visitors" will be whirled to;
th Country: Club for - a banquet,; at
,whlch"' about 60 will be present.
will make you feel like : a new person J.
six tbQxes qretguarant(cd to make a per
manent; cure or the money, will be re
funded." Persian Nerve .Essence contains
po tnercury or other mjurious. drugs.1
Ihe proprietors, ilie Brown. Export
v, earnestly ask you " to give
Nervc-Essence-a trood faif trial
risk. .Commence to-day,? s-ou can
obtain ;the; preparation; from ; ;-; '
and hj iCnijEhsij). PXO CO.- .
' With election safely oyer. Democrats
and Republicans will , stepdown and
out of the limelight for a while, and
leave the fighting to those who ara
paid to do it T. R.5 hat having been
kicked out of the ring by Jlr. - Wilson,
- This arrangement '. means a w!:c!
lot of rapid-fire milling, and ee:..3
popular with the fans. Th trrr.3 ars
somewhat unusual, sceins that Ma-il-son
is giving away some weight to
his epponnt, but the fact of th r at
ter Is that tince the lat er.n ;r r.t
which- ended with the disastrcui il
cislon of foul la tL scconl re
and gave Bauersock the. ti
has . been anything tut goc 1 f ; -'
between the men. When Msii : n
through ' (he ; ropes at the Bij i t!
tre next Saturday nljbt, he v. I'.l
thinking-mora of flcorlns th
field scrapper than cf pulllr. C .
the coin. Bauersock can bo truct :
return the sentiment.
the ' square circle Is once, more avalV
able tor local talent, and political d
ferences will be forgotten next Satur
day nleht when Honolulu 'Hng fans
sit down ; peacably together, to watclf
Bauersock and Madison perform over
the 15-round route.. ' r-j: '
".This mill looks better and better
as the date approaches! Both men are
out to win by the k. o. route, for the
peculiar ; terms; of the articles make
it to the advantage of each to get th( Them "has been a sJ!gbt cr.
fight oTcr within tho. shortest pos, the prelims."' Willie, tho so!::,
sible time. In fact, Madison won't get-vs to have gone' a?air.st iW.
a cent of .the purse" unless he puts the ; the navy, in the 8-rou:: 1 s !
soldier to sleep inside of the iirteen' up, has been taken ill. r. : I :
rounds.; If Bauersock la on rhla feet; will be filled ty Trlc-!, r
when; the final gong sounds, he gets tic, artist frcm LciU
the efltire 50 per cent of the gate that j his credit a 13-round dr.
is- the righters' share; If Bauersock ;dler Allen. These i;:cn ; . -lasts'
more than - ten rounds, he will ! weights. r
get 1100. If, on the other hand,: either J , Tee other prclin!.iary n:!!
man is knocked .out In ten or less round affair brtv.-c i I
rounds.'': the successful ;. man gets the j Russy. aad K : n ;:. c. f .
entire purse,' v ' : ; rackn
C5G00iccp esqeo. 1 ;
You have a positive right to in::sr upen r.. : .i;
full earning fxmeroi every dollar 31m inw .
Safety is ALL important- no other cor.-:.'
can affect , the influence of this lial facto r. I " :
income yield is the real reason for making tl . j
v -The maximum earnlno: povvcr. fr : '; 7r;V; i-.C'v, c;
money. is absolutely fixed ly laws of iinnncc v.!.
commercial relation." The individual v,!;o attt'n-.;
xnvLZt do so at the expen:3 of safety hsclf, vh';!2 th
content with testis deprivinx himself cf vh: h r:
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PENERAL ADMISSION; a ti 60
RESERVED SEATS.,. $1.00 and $U0
STAGE SEATS . . . . ' , ; - $2.00
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--rroprietors. 4 v , V
Serylce la Always Good - at tha 1
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: ..Cunha'a Alley, Next 'Union y -
; Grill,, on King Street
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ttoned safety, wrth anunusually attract--- hc":y lc fC; ;
ive income yield. - They arethe one te,?' jc - . ,
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.unvarying policy & this house, 'the value", denomination t f 1 1 ; '.' ,
of the nnderlyirg;. curity, 'Conserv-'and fS.CCO to rr.utur; z::'. .
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and h is a s?gni6canl fact that during that entire time not one cl !
a single dollar, either of principal or interest, on any security pure!
. 'Culck convertibility into; cash i assured throt'h our
; custom of , repurchasing securities from our .client3, when
requested, at par and accrued interest, less a handling char-?
of one per cent. ; .' . . '
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