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POSTPONE. FIGHT Mch;yost
T CfflEGS ffi
j OiiE OF THE BEST :
SPORTSMEN Ifi ARMY
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Bauersock-Madison Affair tTo
Be December 1 hstead of
;Veek EarlierBoth : Men
Will Go Into Training Soon
Th Madlson-Bauersoclc. flcht hat
leen postponed a week, , and Insteaa
.- of. getting together for their third
rlne encaeement December T. the
7- Kan Francisco, scrapper and the sol-
dier will nook up on the eveningor
Saturday, December 14. This was ag-
reed yesterday, between the principles
and Promoter Dick suiutan. : ; : :
7 "There's tl reason. and It's a good
one too. Nearly half the patronage of
7 V I fie fight game cornea from the soldiers
especially when a service man is one
of the features, and this montn tne
. trnnnn at Schofield will " not be ; paid
';7 unlit after the 7th. To hold the fight
, aa first announced would, mean tnar,
a number of keen ring fans ; would
te done out of a trip to town and the
fun of the game, to say nothing; of the
. management and fighters being done
out of their' box ' office contribution.
J'.,. . lit- nee 'the change. . 1 lr,
. This time, the men are flshtlBg for
- CO per cent of Jthe gate, , cut' 60 and
.;w0 between winner and loser. There
are jio itrlngs on the purse as to limit
- ed round knockouts, and thiu shoulJ
really be productive of a better mill
than last time, for Madison will not
have the worry of seeing hla coin slip
away round after round,; as the fight
' drew to a close. The two men are near
ly enough together aa to fighting . abl
lity to make It an even break all the
way. Thry will makctbe Eame. weight,
'' ICO. pounds ringside, and from .Bauer
rock's showing and - appearance . last
tine he will Lave no difficulty in mak
ing the mark and being strong. -
Ecuersock ' Is bloEEoming out Into
a full fledged fighter, and now sports
a V.ianasrr. Sergeant Wombaugh, who
looks after his business affairs. Madi
con is still doing the talking himself.
I. rih.men will get down to hard work
in a few tlays, although. the postpone
ment gives both a little more lime to
rrst up before taking upthe. training
. ' grind. ' ; . ; ; ..... .
The last fight between the' two was
1 roci encv.sh-to Insure a rtcifd.-trcaK-,
: lr.2 after :!ar.ce at the corr.'.r.g mill, for
f..yc:.z - -v-as present ct -zz usi
mill cr.a r.ccr.rjcni the card; with a
clear conscience. , ' . '.-i'S i
"I live' to eat," chirped the glutton.
Yfars psed.- "Lo you KtlU.,llve to
eat?" Iniu'rcJ a friend one day.. The
Cl;.ttcn ed. "I merely live' .be
a,lr..!ttfvl. "io take medicine.'.'-. j:
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thy the ::odi:l 'sanitaux -
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worth their weight in gold, to all who
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mental or physical They restore diges
tion, regulate the circulation,, clear, the,
' train, prevent insomnia and impart a
magnetic ior, 1 One, box of t; -
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will make you feel like a new person J
six boxes qt(. guaranteed .to make a per
manent cure or the money will be re
funded. Persian Nerve Essence contains
no mercury -or other irrjtrrionrs drugs.
- The proprietors, The Brown Export
Co, 95-97 Liberty St, .New Yprk, N. Y
U. S. ; A., earnestly sk you to r give
Persian Nerve Essence a good fair trial
at their risk. Commence io-day, you can
jobtaiii the preparation from $ v " .
aid ; y CIIAirBEES DRUO CO.
: nd be extern uatc4 qmckly and thor
oughly; also lor rats, oucer waterbugs,
ctus Get the genuine.'; v
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Scores Show That the Rollers
f Are Getting Back to Jheir
$ Regular J Form Inter-lsiana
Matches Tonight :s i v ;
This; has not been a season of un
broken successes for the University of
?.jicn!gan teamwhich In former years
mtde the name - of "Hurry Up. Yost
famous as a coach throughout ithe
country. In? fact . ,the ' Wolverines
have been going lamely right up to the
ime -with Cornell last Saturday,
which they won by a score of 2ft to 7.
The Cornell game was the last of Im
portance on the Michigan schedule, so
ast has the tatisfaction of having
wound up in a blaze of glory, although J
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Cornell thlsyear could hardly be call-Vtbe" field.'. "- '-'.V"- " .v..':;'-r., -.r'r
ed a top-notch opponent e- 57;? f -Tosf Started, right3 - In after " that
, The milk wasfirst . epllled : in uie I game, pulled, it to pieces, and rerbullt
game with; Syracuse, which Nwas won it Xor the game with Pennsylvania No
by (the bitter, much to the: surprise of vemberi 9. Michigan went Into the
ell dopesters. ; : According to the ae- game with high hopes, and came out
counts, in the mainland papers there , of it .with the thort end of a 27 to 21
hag seldom been such a cate of team Bcore.-.-; i':, V-. .
demoralization than, in j the ; Orange J 'jy. This :was a moreVencouragingJ and
stadium.that day.t7The list, of avail-!agam7 Yost went at the: jobof reor
able players was so cut down that ganization. :lu3t Saturday the Wol
Uiere was little Michigan defense left, verines. played Cornell and won easily
and Syracuse shoved the team all over, by 20 to 7. Ml- sVtv;..,,;;:,--.,
ALL-CHINESE TO . TAKE 7 4
ON SOLDIERS SUNDAY
The. All-Chinese, will give- the ,
f "picked-' team from Schofield Bar -f
.racks, Mhich, was defeated here
t ten days ago by a score of S to
f 1, another chance. This time f
-f the, Chinese will journey to Lei-
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The third Town Team beat, the Pu
? nlbpu thirds on Alexander Field yes
terday by a score of C to 2. : 7
-. Jim Griffin . has been selected ,as
referee of ; th rWolgast-Rltchie fight
in San Francisco. Thanksgiving day.; .
; Football 7 Is ; getting t a chance rat
Schofiold Barracks how. Last Satur
day there was a game between ? the
Fifth Cavalry and - First Infantry
teams, that ended . In a 0 to 0 tie. . 7
Some good fights are carded for to
morrow night ' at f Schofield, : to ? be
ttage'd In the cavalry amusement hall.
The main event is between; Kelsner
end Allen, to see ; who , takes up the
challenge 'of ;Tex!;lSelhian,V of the
navy.1, tug:-Navajo;' -vV. : - .
6. Franklin, v local ' manager of
lehua, so that the. advantago will
f be considerably with, the army'-f
men.; The game Is scheduled for
f next Saturday; and is sure to at-:
tract the biggest attendance of
4r the season. -: 7-:.:,; .p.-
f .What, the, effect - of several,
thousand.' wildly partisan soldier 4
fans will bo on the Chinese re- -f
mains to be seeii. 'However, they i
are a pretty cool crowd, and have"
been used to playing on hostiloTt
4; fields. 'The diamond itself -may
bother .them: somewhat, for the -f
Cavalry lot Is somewhat rough, 4 i
'and being right. on the open, pa- '
T'ade ground, is somewhat discon-7f
celling for. play era whoare' used
to a fenced lot. The game should
be a hummer.' - -7:;; vi--,7.;?:!
"Papers Diapepsin,? Settles
Sour, Upset ; Stomachs in
. - .v.- Fiva. L! Inutcs X-A
;Do some foods you eat hit back
taste .good, but work ' badly ferment
into stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
Bottr. -gassy stomach? Now, llri or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jo,t this down: papea
Diapepshi dlgesta everythmg,: leaving
nothing toour and upset you. There
pever was anything so safely guick, so
certainly effective:.No'dUrerenle how
badly your stomach. Is disordered you
win get happy relief In. five minutes,
but what pleases, you' most, Is hat it
strengthens ad regulates your stom
ach so you can eat your favorite foods
.without fear.--!77,., - I ;j77
Most remedies glve you relief some
timesthey, are slowr Uit not sure.
your stomach In -a healthy condition
fo the misery wont come. tacf. ! '
You feel. ditTereni as soon as Dlajpep-'
sin corm?s in p4taaLwith,.tfca stomaca
distress Just vanishes your- stom
ach, gets aweet, no gases. ; no beichlne.
no eructation 'ot undigested food
your head clears and you feel fine,
Co now. make te .befst Investment
you evermadeby gettina large Hfty-'
ccntcase of -Pape'a Diapepsint from
nd drug store., . You , realize m five
minutes how needless it is to Buffer
from .Indigestion, dyspepsia , or, any'
the Brunswick-Balke- Ca.1 Is,out:with
a; billiard tlefi. He, says he will play
any two men in. Honolulu;: 18-2, he; to
play against the i combined score of
his opponents. ' He wuld like; to. play
ori.the'Y." M.. C. A. tablea Thanksglv
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FRANK CHANCE FOUND : 5
m A BONANZA IN THE CUBS
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Frank Chance's wealth needs no ex
planation" other, than ;r tUo announce
ment that he bought Into the Chlcagp
Cubs' game In 1905 with ;iO,000.: That
represented one-tenth of . the Cubs
slock. v4 Z-TPk 7-v:-;;; 7;
Flipping back the files, we find that
he entire : Cubs': pr jperty I was . pur
chased by - Charles; IV ,Taft Murpay
and company for, $105,000 the greav
est bargain ' ever iturned ' In basebaiL
For this, sum you -could, Jwo years
latere toot have bough trhree; selected
players .from this same wclub. t : ;; . . ;
In the "seven year Chance has been
connected with the team, it Is doubtful
If 7 there has been a single - season
which did not net him at least 100 per
cent on ; the investment He - has- ap
proached - nearer to., 200 per cent In
several pennant seasons. AVith bonuses
made.; investments andt his salary sav
ings . there Is . no . reason- why Chance
should not figure his total wearth near
er lt 5,000 than a smaller sum if he
has lived economically. : .:; :
Service la Always Cood at th
$ Cunha'sTAlleyv Ne Union 7 ;
HtlU, on King Street ; v "
FRED CLARKE AND '
K DREYFUSS OLD PALS
Fred Clarke, manager of the Pitts
burg team, signed; his twentieth contract-
with Barney ? Drey fuss recently,
covering the next' seasom'For .nine
teen years this pal rbave been" asso
ciated, and : thus tnere is undoubtedly
a record established. There is not an
other instance . where a manager has
woTked for one club owner for so long
a period. It speaks well for both Clarke
and Drey fuss. Thi3 year, the Pirates
finished1 second, and good Judges pre
dict that the. team will win the7 flag
next year because of the fact that it
is blessed with a : decidedly strong
staff of young pitchers.
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That peculiar niche In baseball af
fairs which la; filled, by what are
known 'as "iron, mentis one that hap
hadf few -pccupants;7-The Irbnomen
of note, real rbn inenJ have been
few and -far between.: ; The term, is ap
plied only to pitchers and means those
pitchers ; whose constitutions : are suf
ficiently strong to permit them to do
moreswork in the box than most twiri
ers could stand. Unusual capacity for
work and ' exceptional . pitching ability
are attributes ofthe "Iroff men' of the
moundr . ; 7 . 7 -: : ' "-v-"' 7 -"- :. 'r
7 The jflrsf pitcher to whom the term
war applieo; was, Joe McGlnnity, and
he" came into it not ad much because
of the frequency with which he pitch
ed as his capacltyfor, double-headers.
To this day, he goes Into the, box often;
and;' few pitchers have, worn , as, well
71 There are two other" leading expon
ents of the "Iron man" business. One
Is JEd .Walsh - of' the 7 Chicago, White
Soxy the most noted ot the three, and
t h7 other is Jack tJoombs. Coombs
did not: pitch as frequently the past
season as : he did last - year, but "his
capacity for: work, coupled- with Wa
skill as a boxman, tided Connie Mack
and : the Athletics over many a: rough
spot and pulled out many a game . in
which, some other pitcher had " wobbled.-'
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s Coombs, like Walsh, could stand be-
ing nuneu into . tne nreacn many, a
time. beyond the ordinary, and: then
his , expertness on the peak: did the
; Walsh probably has pitched in more
games a year ror tlie length of time
he ? has been in the ' game " than any
jother pitcher baseball has known. It
was predicted half a doien years ago
that the inordinate wear and tear
would get him, but he is still at it,
(bid as effective, if not as strong, as
ever. He; Is a spttball pitcher, too -another
thing supposed to " be' very
trying but be contends that with him
that form of delivery is no more ex
acting on the arm than any other way
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the beef?" Diner Oh! I happened. to
shift a potato, and well there it
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blackheads and oily r skin" may be
quickly overcome by the frequent
"Y1 Bowling League. - 7
Cherries .. ...... ....18
Gxpanders 5 .'..v... ...IS
Splitters ... . . 7; .. ..;.16
Dark Horses ". .. , . .. .. 15
The wise ones who have been keen
ingn close touch with (the. rolling on
;the "Y alleys had an Idea that the
Splitters were up to the task of pull
ing: the Cherries still ' further down
the percentage column, but the latter
team rolled right up to form, and took
two out of the-three games decided
last night Only In the second game
(JId' their pin-fall come below the
opponents. ; and - - then because - the
Splittera got:yery;ba8yand .averaged
i The class of bowling la Improving
rapidly now. and In the : inter-Island
matches tonight the- local teams, have
a Kood 7 chance of administering a
drubbing to the Kauai ' ia:nd Maui-ex-
nerts. It Is about time that something
ot the sort happened unless the local
rollers are resigned to .a position at
the! bottom.- This evening the Oahus
go against Maul, while the Kamaainas
hook up wlta Kauaf. - -';,--'-. :
i Following are the scores 7 of last
nighrs ; gajnes-vv mQr
Cherries.. 7 v.; :-1'7 '-tr
Kaseman .. : U . 10 151
Mills .. ......:...170 148
Swain ..'7 ,7 ......143 123
SpHtteri . ' . ;7
Emmans. .. . . , ;155
A; E.Tinker 7.... 100
Ellsworth , i r ...' ...-.i
Winne "... 155
Rletow 77: 168'
6 - 73 2318
144 ; 471i
' The7Cherrie's are back5
il They Heeded those two' out " f three.
y.For the Cherries Gear had both high
score and average 134 ana lsu.. .
"Winne" had both hign score and
average for the Splitters jl90 and. 164
respectively. 7777-7'7f 777 -7' 77-:
7 rrhat sure putsr my. 164 average on.
the buraVRasemaiv77 7 i Mi'': ;
'. The class of bowllns . la Improving.
right now. 7
..What's jthe matter 'with AE.TInk.
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7AIthough the . Cherries ' won t last
night they had a. crippled team, WI1?
Items was away on Maul, Gear has a
stroke of dengue,: Mills bad,, aj stiff
neck, and 'Raseman had, a "bad eye.?
SCHEDULE- IS ANHOUriCED
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7 The'.'-; Grammar - School .- Athletic
League K soccer 7 schedule :- has ,. been
completed and is announced ; by Sec
retary Johnson as : follows :o 4 7?7
Nov. 18.Punahou- vs: Mills School,
attPunahou (Won'by Punahou).:;
v NovJ 22 Central Grammar vs. Pu-
nahou; at Punahou. - '. 7
7 Nov. 22. Mills ; School vs. Kameha
meba, . School. Kamehameha. grounds.
- Nov.' 27. Central. Grammar vs." Ka
mehameha at Maklkl Field. 7. 7 77:
Dec 6 Centra Grammar vs. Mills
School,' at Punahou. .. : '--7.
;, Dec - 6. Kamebameha vs. Punahou,
at Kamehameha grounds. -
France has withdrawn' the asser
tion that Billy Papke is middleweight
champion of the woi Id, and has decid
ed to give Frank : Klaus , a chance at
the title. Papke and Klaus have been
matched to fight In Paris December 4.
CAPTAIf; PETER F. MARQUART.
- The army has. produced some well
known sportsmen,' but it Is doubtful
It there 13 a man wearing Uncle Sam's
uniform; today who- is such an. all
around enthusiast In; sporting. "mat
tera; as' Captain, . Peter F. llamuart.
Second Infantry. . '. .
Captain Marquart ha3 twenty-seven
yeafs' Service to his credit, and dur
ing all that time he ha3 been a keen
follower of games and sports. He U
a SSrddegree ball fan, and kr.owa th?
game and its history for. rrores tl.an
thirty years back, lie likes football,
and has kept, close In touch with all
the '1bJ3:''coi:5s;oTga2ie3,"and with the
development of tha game In the army.
And when it, copies to ring In fern a
tion, "Pete" is better than Ten An
drewsMlttle book. r: lie knows 'em all,
and can tell you what :-they. have dens
and who . they have done.tfor year
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7 Captain llarquart was . commT3s!on
ed in the Second Infantry October I,
1!31, and .as been promoted In the
sime reglnient, serving .with lt; con
tinually, . with the exception, of a
'terra at " the Infantry ;-; and : Cavalry
school In 1S97. , He has dotio more
than any other individual to foster and
promote clean sport. In his regiment
Cohch Staoa of ChicD
;7ThatTc!k of-Th:ro l:.r.
Stars rJov Is R:l'!:u!:i:
; Likes ths Fi CCcnt
: Here Is -Coach Air.oa Alor.'.i
ot the University of Chlcasa
the.defen5 of the r.io.iem f.,
player. Assertions that n.i Ion
there any .-star" playrr.Vaie, ;
Ing .to the "Old Man" eru :
roneous. There aro ncr?
the square mile uo.v. h?
than ever before.
"It seems to me," he r::'.
a recent Interview in C' ! , '
are Jar 'more gocd r-3 :
ever in tha llitcry cf V: . :
the reason we tlo r.rt 1
about 'them .U t..t r. r.v
are ' becomir. . mere c !
fine points cf the r x
voting as much s;.-.-? c :
encomiums to tta r.. ;i . .'; ,
holes In the lino r il y ' '
who carries tha lz' t :
holes. .When'foctli'.l -middle
west tho rr; ' :
received all tl ? cr: : .
avcrass spoctatcr i. .
will pick out c i.
credit fcr. wlar.lr.
something to J.:.:.
and see ncrc tl.:.n t: - .
"I think there cr? j
players row c.i t !.:.:. v
because thrra era o :..
does not star.J cut 11,2
Other critics thn
dently bch':v tc !:.7'a
U tetter c..;it: i t: :
Jczcn yfr c c
JUSt a t..:
fe.aturl r. t ' cr.y I. :
t.ro cr. i'.r. t t
last two f.
lhr- M-rc- v,;-'
scema to i.:-7-'.3 t:
-Ccach Zzz I.i - :
the new n:! 5. II.'
th3 stani; :r.t cf i
rulrs cf .1012 tx?, i: .
while frcm th,
is In-many, wiiys '
In force pre iou.i to 1 :
to none.- lit? says ti. t .
the year from '100..; to 1
last given tho ru!. r.:!.
edge of -what they wr.t
get it and that th-? d;y
ment are dene with t'.rs I
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o App'W. HWt Huttertng.
nj wx Win4 o Stocti Bloate4 fl
Ritn la SKmiacH after EaQnc. &kk
Bil!ows$; U Gfpp. Do ver,
QllUi anJ Fvr,Maiar1. Break bone,
DiabvtM. Gravel. I ocpeni Brcrt tVi- j
tlx. Bllar Troawe. tnwM,
mtl.!mpuM Blood. Catarrh. Scrofula.
Mlncholl.Noo Disorder. Step
tessaess. Remove Worm. Que woo
itfpatkm, Aaaeralc Coadltioa ; P
a Great Tool: for WonenT 7 :
tt.03 pw bo Ka. 3 tor 12.60. g tor W.C0
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at all times.
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