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l'VENINO nUl.LE.TIN, HONOLULU, T H., THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1005.
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1 ALL EASTERN ELEVEN
The following men hove been cho3en
uy miricen critics to represent an All
Eastern football eleven.
Jim Melville, tlio golf professional,
who has been In Honolulu the past two
months, sailed on the Alameda yester
day for San Francisco. Although bis
stay was short Melville did much to
Improvo golf In the Islands and all who
have taken his Instructions have shown
the. benefits In their jilay. During tha
very Infancy of the game Melville has
had a chance to start aspiring golfers
along the right lines and there Is no
reason why crack players should net
interest in goir is growing and mere
Is now talk of establishing a fourth (
course on this Island. This added In
terest Is mostly due to Melville's Influ
It Is expected that work wilt begin
on the course at Kaplolanl Park In the
Sailor Morch, formerly on the U. S.
S, Dear, Is again In Honolulu and look
ing for trouble. Morch will bo remem
bered as the stocky sailor who low
ered Young Scott's colors at the Or
phnum somo months ago. This time
Morch Is after 1)111 Hulhul's scalp. A
double header between Morch and Hul
Hul, together with McKadden and Duf
fy, would make an Interesting card.
Following Is a communication from
Honolulu, T. H., Jan. 3, '00.
Sporting Kdltor Dullctln. '
Dear Sir: Through tbo columns of
your valuable, paper I wish to challenge
Dill Hulhul for the lightweight cham
pionship of Hawaii. I am willing to
meet Hulhul at any time or place that
ho desires. Weigh In at 133 pounds.
Thanking you for publishing this
hnllcngo, I am,
rate of speed, but when It comes to the
moving of an Individual man we stand
lust where man did In the early ages.
The horses of Alexander were as swift
as ours; the chariots of the Egyptians!
moved as swiftly over the faco of the
earth as do our most rapid carriages.'
There was no advance, no development.'
In this line until the automobile camo
and It has come to stay. Its future
lies In the. commercial vehicle nnd In
the transportation of freight. This Is
:omlng slowly but surely."
Oroumlkecpers In every rlty know,
perhaps better than any others, Just
how players will hunt for excuses.
After every error they made they hunt
Shevlln, e., Yale 13 S.io 100
Lamson, t., Pennsylvania ..12 6.00 li7
Tripp, g., Yale 12 6.02 200
Torrey c, Pennsylvania ...10 6.11 181
Maxwell, g., Swnrthmoro .. 7 S.ll 240
Cooney, t. Princeton 9 S.10 100
Olazc, e., Dartmouth 7 C.09 162
Hutchinson., q., Yale 8 5.09 145
Roome, lib., Yale a G.10 176
Orecnc, hb Pennsylvania . 4 6.03 177
McCormlck, fb., Princctln . 4 C.00 175
The average weight of this eleven Is
183 Ml pounds.
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I KaWnf (MALTING CO. cfti I
On Sunday the Metronolltnn Mwil
! Jugglers will cross mats with the crack
around the grounds, and If an Infleldcr wimp McKlnley team. "Hilly" Hell
can find a pebbla within twenty feet
of where the error was mado the
groundkeeper will be lucky to escape
with his llfo after the game.
At one time when tin famous Can
brothers Willie Can Rapi nnd Large
Can Snooks were groundkcM crs Jt
Cincinnati, the Ituls tried out a new
third baseman to succeed the Inimitable
Arllo Latham, rnd in the first gamo
that third basvmrn came n-Mr kicking
the cover off the ball with his rhlns.
And, when he i cached the club house,
he let out a wall about how rotten tlio
grounds were and how much better
the field was at Wapakoneta, or wher
ever he had played,
The following day he started punting
bounders again and ho hit most every
thing that came his direction with his
fchlns. After the second Inning ha
came In from his position with both
hands filled with pebbles.
"How the do they expect a man
to play there!" he demanded, showing
the pebbles. "Just look at tho gravel
I picked up around that base."
Ho might havo got away with It but
bron, who Is old enough to bo tho fath
er of baseball, will hold down tho ini
tial bag for tho mcaters. Dushncll will
do the twirling nnd "llutcher" Liming
of Aalo fame will be on the receiving
end. fivers will nlso bo seen In tho
The soldiers have a fast tenm and
the game promises to be exciting
Madison, Wis., Dec. 5. After read
ing his messogo to the Legislature to
day aovcrnor La Kolletto announced
that ho would accept tho United States
Scnatorshlp to which ho was elected
by the Legislature at the last session.
Oovcrnor Ln Kollctte's resignation will
lako effect during the present special
session of tho Legislature or nt tho
tnd of tho session,
Four recommendations nro mode In
Iho Oovcrnor's message regarding the
J. F. COLDURN III, Manager.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
"Cllut" Hutchlns has now come for
ward and offered what ho terms a
"freak" cup to golfers.
Hutchlns' Idea is to havo a competi
tion out of tho ordinary, his Idea Is to
play irregular holes. The exact course
will not be known until the players re
port for play. It will bo a stroke com
petition with regular club handicap.
A lino silver cup will be hung up and
It will afford a valuable trophy to the
successful player. It will also vary tbo
regular play and put all players on a
more equal basis.
Barney Joy, the football and bato
ball placr, Is no longer a policeman.
Uaruey has laid aside the star and
handcuffs and will start as an Iron
worker in tho foundry. I
Jack McFadden wljl now fight flro.
Jack claims that there Is no one to
fight nnd ho Is now looking for a good
sized flro to "put out."
Sockcr football will be ushered In
on Saturday, i
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The U A. C. will now organlzo an
all Portuguese baseball team. They
will have In their llno-up such men uu
Rushnell, Ecrn, Fernandez, Bonrcv,
Carvalho, livers, Fernandez, Soare,
should prove c hard organization to
Melville, the golf professional, will
resume his duties at Del Monte hotel,
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Eddto Desha was "the goods" Mon
day, i I
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Tho soldier lads, Hanna, Schoeffnl
and Van Vllet did much toward win
ning for I'unahou Monday.
F. 1). Morse has been elected as Yale's
football captain for 1906,
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Michigan sent a voto of thanks to
Quarterback Eckcrsall of Chicago for
stating that Michigan was not uuneceB-
tarlly rough In their recent game.
Tho oMubllshlng of a motor school In
San Francisco has often been broached.
That there Is need for such an Institu
tion is granted by those. In the know
and thcro teems no reason why a school
or mis iiaiuro wouiu uoi uo a success
In this city. Remarkable progress is
being mado by the Y. M. C. A. motor
schools throughout tho country. Near
ly all of the larger' cities havo opened
schools and havo regular appointed In
structors. From results so far obtained
It seems that this will be one of tha
solutions of tbo chauffeur problem.
Many of tbo graduates have been en
abled to double their salarlc-i, and In
nearly every caso their new employers
have spoken very highly of their abil
ity to repair and handle cars. In many
cases tho schools have assumed large
proportions and a complete laboratory
equipment and corps of Instructors has
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Tho automobile Is the first progres
sive step taken stnee the dawn of civ
ilization, In the moving of tho unit
from one point to another," recently
remarked a prominent motor enthus
iast. "We have built railroads for the
transportation of tbo masses at a high
for the fact that Largo Can sneaked up1 '?""" oi mo railroad rate commls
iiohtmi iho iinMi trrnt.i.o.i tii bikr- 6on law. In the first he recommends
loat, and dumped half a peck of gracl(l,mt 'J1.0 commission be authorized to
out of the pockets. Tho player had
nufted tho third-baee line to excuse him
ielf for his errors,
Jack Qlasscock, la his time king of
prescribe n uniform system of keeping
accounts of tho business transacted
In Wisconsin by the railroads, nnd that
Ml railroads should bo required to file.
witn the commission from tlmo to tlmo
shortstops, also used to havo his pock-i 'Por their Income Ho wants
ets filled with gravel, lint ho used tlw P8,C "ccounts kept of tho business
gravel for a different purpose to throw l'ono by "le roa'1'1 ln tllls 8tnt0 nni' ln
ln the face of a runner who had mado '""'cr 8te. as well as an account
a long hit so as to blind Mm nnd havel howlnn tho value of each railroad In
him stop at third base, or perchanco ' wis State.
put him out before ho could find his Ills cond recommendation pro
way to that bag with his eves tilled' vl'lc" that the law bo so amended that
with small pebbles. Of courso, tricks ipeclal mlleago tickets, commutation
like theso are no longer tolerated In
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Herbert Brlggs, the Cleveland young
ster who broko Into fast company be
cause ho struck out Anson three times
In a gamo at Little Rock In the spring
of 1895, and who, rejuvenated, Is pitch-
ing lor unicago again, had a run-In
tickets, excursion tickets and party
tickets can be Issued at less than tha
regular rates for tho National Guard
and Grand Army encampments, to
Undents, bomescckers, etc.
His third recommendation provides
for additional power by tho commls
lion to Investigate, rates.
Tho fourth recommendation gives
with Hurst ln the first game that ho 'too commission power to decide what
ver pitched In fast company. I safeguards shall be erected at any rail-
llrlggs stood high In Anson's cstl- Wl crossing In thla State,
matlon, and Anton wanted to pitch him ' Regarding railroad taxes, tho flor
in the opening series against St. Louis irnor says that (1.144,399 In railroad
that season. llrlggs was fast, he had taxes Is now dun tho State, the pay
ft speedy out curve, and a fast high mont of which has been held up by
one but he was wild, and somo of the litigation. Ho says that tho holding
others didn't want him to pitch. But up of Just taxes by tho railroads Is a
Brlggs pitched. Ho was chock f til of rerlous embarrassment to tho State,
solf-contldence nnd freshness In thosu and, had tho taxes been paid, tho Stata
days, and all leagues looked allko to tax lovy would not havo been neces'
uim. , sary. Ho recommends that legislation
Ho wound up Into a knot, whirled, he enacted at onco which, In tho future
nnd shot tho first ball across tho heart will compel tho prompt payment of all
of the plate, waist high, and so fast railroad taxes, leaving tho railroad the
tho catcher didn't ecn see It. right to rccocr such taxes, If It shall
Before the ball fairly splashed Into bt found that they wcro unjust or
Klttrldge's mitt. Brlggs, with his arm wrongfully collected,
(till extended, yelled: "How's that?") m i
Hurst, who was umpiring, looked tha According to a recent report coal
youngster over from head to foot, oud mining has been commenced on the
then remarked, calmly: "Under the WOst coast of Spitsbergen. Tho dls
rlrcumstances, that Is a Lsll, Had you covery of coal Is one of tho results
n,0tii,a"ea 'ne " W0Uld haVe been a 8chlovcl X tDB Swedish expedition
. . ' &cnt out t0 study too goology of Spitz-
Brlggs never kicked to Hurst after- bcrgen. About two hundred tons of
wrt1, I nal wcro mined last summer, of
H " (which ninety tons wero tnken by a
The Camp McKlnley baseball team Rpltzbcrgen whaling company.
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