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E.STARI ISIIC.D 1780
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Cheapest, coolest furnished roams In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
wIt furnisLcd mosaulto Droof rooms. ,
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Burnished rooms at 1223 Emma strceL
Mrs. McConnelL 25C3
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hnuled. Coral
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clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
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and dyed. 637 Herctanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
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cor. Pcnsacola and Ileretanla.
8ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
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Flno Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
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'Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner, i
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of L. i:. Tbavcr & Co, 1C8 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experl-
emtd tincher, $J inontli (8 it'HKoiiB), ,
special uitcntluii tu adult beglnnc-is
Address Music thin offlt
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Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAOE, M. D.. PHY-
6ICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
8TREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.J 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; 8UNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
MONLY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 3o Hotel and Union.
r. ,.,,,,. ,,, -.,,-,, . ... utj. ,
C,tlma. " '"m'thed on all kinds of
pnlntlng All work guaranteed
Enos llros.. Union abovo Hotel St.
Fine Fire Wood
0 FOR SALE o
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sals by
Lord & Belser. These ties will make
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the .
! FAVORITE GROTTO
'Corner HOTEL and BETHEL ST8
It has been n gay week socially for
tc.ii". receptions ami lunches liae rc-l
cilvid a new Impetus, and the ball glv.
en at tlio Unlvcrslt) Club last evening
was a fitting climax to n ver) busy
It has been decided that the wed
ding of Miss Jennie Olffnrd and Judge
Arthur Wilder will take place on Feb
ruar) 14th, nt tho home of the brldo
nlrrt ft unroots.
It will ba,a,qulet orfnlr and only the
most Intlmnte friends nnd relatives.
will bo Invited.
Miss Clifford's wedding dress is he
Ing made nbroad, and it will he a to" Donizetti
Uruani of loveliness lti.nl orange
blossoms will iuluriiliir dalnt) head. I Mr. W. II. Cnsilo returned from the
1 1 r trousseau Is anU laliornte one and Const on the Sierra Ho has been
inoiigh to make nil her glrirrlinds nwny some time nnd he received n
Hum with env) fexqulslte service warm weliome irom his many friends
platis iih will ns dozen of cups nnd I
saucers have olrend) been ucclved,' Mrs. Westciult has piirchascd the
tor Miss Olffnrd is om of tho most Percy Pond villa on College Hills and
popular koi let) gills here ,H1 soon occup) II
Mrs. Edward Tenm) I to be mat-
rou-of honor, and her dross for tho oc- Mrs. James Castle nnd Mrs. Tenney
cnslon conies from ono of tho great returned fiom Kiiliuku on Friday.
French artists. Everything will be They hnvc been spending several
clono Willi Hie exiiulsllo taste for which weeks at that ilellghtful part of the
the niffards me noted. ,
Dr. Kdwar.1 Armltage, who has cn-i Th.e annual meeting of tho Hawaii
tertalned so extensively slnio his ar- ?VCh.t. club Place at tho Ha
rival here from Maul, gave a charming " Hotel n Thursday even ng
dinner at the Hawaiian Motel on wen-
.lellchtful evening. Those present
wee Mr and "us. Unmond d. U.
Layaid. I)r and Mrs. Ilumphrls, Mrs.
Ilnrr i.lewell)n lllxhy.
Mr. and Mrs A tl. Ilnwus. Miss Shea,
Miss Margaret Hlgiord, Captain
80 i e. r.xtli.Minoi Cleghorn, Arch-
Deacon Jeffries and tho Itev. Mr Fltz.
Dr. Arniltnge also gnvo u delightful
ag dinner on Satmduy evening In
the prlvnto dining room of tho hotel.
Aftci n dellcloiiB uiuuer tnu guesis -
weio taken to the Orpheum by their I
PrmVe na, .. H bdyrbV..;
t ... nn. !.....,. i,iUnl m nrn
ItoHslter, Dr. Ilumplirls, l'aymaster
llazen and Mr. "Jack" llnwcs
Yellow cosmos formed tho tnble dec
orations of tho atractlvo luncheon giv
en last Sunday by Dr. and Mrs. Hoff
mann at their new homo on Llllha
street 111 honor of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Spencer, of Iowa.
Mrs. Pitts nnd Mrs, Whitney, who
have been at the Hawaiian Annex for
two months, have taken rooms at tho I
Hawaiian Hotel, Mrs. PlttB Is tho;
mother of Mabel Pitts, tho writer, bo
well known In the West
Dr. Walter Alvarez announces his
iiiKaucmont to Miss Harriet Skldmoro
rimllli, a student at llerkelcy, Cal.
nesda evening Covers were laid Tor ""'"'Z,' , ." 1"-,"u'";'' '""
sixteen and the tublo was artistically commodore J A l.vlo, secretary,
a. ranged with dusters of red carna- rea.urer, T II Petrle measurer. O
lloiu strewn over the cloth, corsages Sr nson, port laptaln, James E.
Uf violets being nt each plate. After f" nt. eo,nml c?,' 'l,',-
,i.i r i.-i.i n.in.i White, W II Mtlnirnv.il O Wilder.
w tno table and surrounding this was a
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cooke were ar- banking of pink carnations and mold
rivals In tho Sierra nnd nro domiciled cnhalr ferns. Minu enrds as well as
nt tho Ilo)aI Hawaiian Hotel. Mr. place cards were nt loch plato dalnt
Cooke Is a nephew of Mrs. Henry y hand painted In a floral design.
Illghton, and a son of Mrs. Edith Thoto present were, besides tho
Cooke, who was heio some two yenrs guists of honor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo
ago. Mrs Illghton Is expected to ar- Davles Mr and Mrs. H. Focke, Dr.
rlvo In Honolulu In a fow weeks. and Mrs F II. Ilumphrls, Mr nnd
(Mrs. Cllflord Kimball, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. do Wilt and MIbb Jtsslo Tor- JInrry Mucfarlane, Miss Kathleen
man nro at tho Hotel Maana. Mrs do Cnrtw right. Miss I.ucy O'Mcara, Miss
Witt will remain with her father, Mr. Helen Kimball, Ex Oovernor Cleghorn,
John It. Illlss, Tor a few wicks. Miss Mr David Anderson, Mr. Jameson, Mr,
Forman expects to remain some tlmo Colbiirn and Dr. Yost, U S. N
hero, Sho Is looking very well nnd
has qulto letoveiul from her uccnt owing lo the cable stating that tho
Mnus. eldest son of Mr. Sehnofer Is III with
I pneumonia In New Jerbey, tho diiurn
Col. w I Allen, who sustained
slight stroke of paralysis last Mon-
laj, is ( online cl to his room
Mrs Clifford High .ntcrlnlned tho
llrlilgo Club on Friday evening After
the giimu was finished dcllilous ro
(leslinicntH wero servid
Koilutv Is Iiiiiklni; f.iiwnn! In thn
Hjniphoii concert nt tho Hawaiian
Opera House on Friday next, ut 8
oilock. The music luvirs will have n
trent. for the piogram Is of an unusunl-1
1 high aider Miss Drusllla Marxl
was train, d In Milan, and her voko'
has remarkable dramatic quality as
well ns finished technique. Miss Maud
Kinney Is eoiisldere.l by many of tho!
best critics In Europe to bo a genius. I
Cl '"?"' .," Uir iC rJ Z I
nn..Tnn ..i.i.i. .i... 1....1 o ..ii..
made while studying nbroad Tickets
are only ono dollar uud they arc for
The following progiam will bo ren
dered Ou'ituro "Hungarian Lustplel" ,,
S)inphoiiy II Minor (unfinished)
First nnd bccoiicI movements,
Planoforto Solo Scherzo B Minor. .
First Violin. Mi llusch.
Second Violin, Ml. Nolet.
Viola, Mi. Murx
'Cello, Dr. Humus,
Song Selection from Faust ...
Miss Marx with Orchestra
Gavotte "L'lngenue" Ardlttl
Interval of ten minutes:
Male Chorus A F. Judtl, J. D. Dough'
erty. Itajmond llrown, C. Kimball,
If. P Wlchman Harold Dillingham,
W. II. M. Nolrt F Mclchcrs, I. S.
Dillingham, George F. Davles, .1 11.
Ilowland, 1. T Peek, V. P. Dilling
Suite dc Concert Peer Cnt. ...Orelg
No. II "A si s Death."
III "Anltras Dance."
Selection "I.n riglla del Regimen-
- ."""1 ""'."- " v. " .?"v.":
directors: Oeorgo i Kenton, Oeorge
p"riwl,T Hobron C W Macfnr.
lnnc- Commodore HE. Picker pro
"I,,"1- .Af,t',r lh, nulling tho ynchtB
tirti nnlm i ,1 n li mini, t In (lm mil nt..
c" cnjojid n iMmjiKt In the private
d n ng room, w He li had been approprl-
n,e ' uocoratul for the occasion. Tho
'"''I" t0 1' "' "' new coin-
"'odore, Henry I.. Cooper, sat nt Ex-
Commodore Picker s right There
"ere m!in- ,a " 8nnt enthusl-
I iiiivm s xv. rwnii
..,.. .lu.-.l- t.i..
- -rmed which InUnds to ,,osin
many new plns during the enr. Mr.
A. E. Murphy has been elected presi
dent. Mrs. Sihacfer was the hostess of a
charming little tea on Friday In honor
of .Mrs. arlnbaum. Among those pres
ent were .Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs.
r li. Ilumphrls, Mrs. Alexander
Scott, Mrs Peterson, Mrs, W. Drown,
Mrs. J. O Carter, Mrs. Uabbltt. MIsh
Parke. Miss Mnrv Carter and Miss
a very agreeable dinner was given
at the Moann Hotel on Friday evening
by Mr. nnd Mrs. It. N Paton, In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Davles, who
expect to Knve for England In a short
time. An ..lnrtrlr limn wliii limn
Iplnk silk shade, was In the center of
for next Tuesday evening has been
put off which tho Mlst.cs Sihaefer had
tnrds out for. Miss I.lndu Schaifir,
ilio Is at college lu I'tiinslvunla, Is
with lui brother.
The harming villa of tho Ilofimnni
on I uiiin mi nt was tin- tune of u Jol
'' surprln party Thursda) evening III
llo"or "' tlie '"' nnnlvtrsury of I)r
n"d Mi Hoffman marriage Mrs
"""'"an hail managed to keep the pai
1 n I'mfounil secitt and the doctor
wt'nl " '''? ""1'ens usual Aj lelephoiio
"fonn1t'11 lll,m ll,ia,t MrB "oKmnii liml
''"rned her hand badly and ho nrrluu
nttlie ll0,"'c ,'" 1'0t lmete ,0 ""'' Mm
I0" ""'""dul by a merry lompan
"'?' "" " ,ho an,al from '"
of ood were tied with the German na
The most brilliant affair of tho eai
was given by the Unlvertity Club on
Friday evening. Part of tho Hawaiian
band was utilized on the occasion nnd
hb one approached the grounds of thn
hotel and clubhouse looked like a vcrlt
able fair land, for myriads of lanterm
adorned the grounds and lent enchant
ment to the scene The guests were ro
cctvul bj the governors of the club, In
elu.llng Dr. Day. the president. an
then thi were shown to the dressing
rooms On returning tho wero conduct
ed to the reception committee, which
consisted of Mis Day, Mrs. Frear, Mrs
Uabbltt Mrs. Grimths, Mrs Hartley
and Mrs Humphrey. Passing Into an
Inner louui one found a delightful In
cllned jmgola, vine covered and car
for calln. drinking, and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
niaitTimo u. . pat orriot
DrcVUtt Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
German Swret Chocolate 1-4 tb. caVet
lor Vik lv Lncllnfr Grocer
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
43 IIIGIILST A AMIS IN t LKOPE
pete.l, which led tho way lo the lanalt
and dining room of the hotel, the decor
allons of which drew forth exelama
tlons of delight The dam Ing room
had a celling tomposed of beautiful
bamboo, crlscrosscd and reversed. It
was an exquisite decoration and found
a fitting background for the dainty
cherry blossoms which hung in artistic
clusters from the celling, being further
enhanced by pink tarlcton, which
formed a soft and lovely decoration'
or the room The pepper tree wns also
used with great clteit. The decorations
were the work of Captain and Mrs
l.yon, and Captain nnd Mrs Nlhlmk.
Captain Nlblack descries great prahc
for her spent ncnrl the whole day In
arranging tnc rooms. The Ellis Quin
tet Club was stationed nt the entrance
of the dancing room and the miitlc mil
greatly npprcilatcd Wallr and two
htep were Indulged In until ten thirt
when the fort who danced In the colli
lion took posfcsslou of the ball-room
This was done in drawing numbers.
The cotillion was led b Mrs Illiharil
lvers and Walter Dllllngliam. Mrs
Gcrrlt Wilder, Mrs. Charles Cooper and
Mrs Harry Maefarlauc gave out the
favors. Thers were four llgures and
the were all beautiful, especially the
"March of tho Let Women," which In
trodiieed garlands of paper How era ol
all colors and palm branihes. The goll
figure created much laughter, for tlio
men had to scramble for the ballf
which were sent by the girls with rath
er uncertain hands. The flag flgiui
was most efieitho and, altogether it
was beautifully gotten up and managed
In a masterly way, A large bowl ol
punch on the Ewa lanal quenched the
thirst of the dancers. The favors con
slsled of Hags, Japanese parasols, gar
lands of Mowers, Hawaii brooches, tiny
flags, corsages of roses and by tiny tost
buds After the cotillion a substantial
supper was served from little tables
and the dancing continued until n late
hour A more brilliant affair It woule
be hard to see, and the time and ex
pense bestowed upon the decorating
were unlimited The unqualified suc
cess of the affair will be an encourage,
ment for a repetition next ear Among
those present were seen Mr and Mrs
Itlchard lvers, Mr. and Mrs. F II. Hum,
phrls, Mr. and Mrs. Itajmond do II
l.aard, Captain and Mrs. I.)nn Cap
tain and Mrs. Nlblack, Lieut and Mrj.
Cushmaii Lieut, and Mrs. Hegar, Malor
and Mrs. Van Vllet, Lieut and Mrs
Slattery, Professor and Sirs. Scott, Miss
M. Scott, Mr. and Mrs Alexander Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Wilder, Mr. und
Mrs. Charles Wilder, .Mr. and Mrs. G.
Wilder, Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Illteli
lock, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooke, Mrs
Judd, Miss Judd, Mrs. Dickey, Miss
Dlikey, Mr and Mrs J. S, Walker, Mr
and Mrs. A M Drown ,Mr aud .Mrs.
Clifford Kimball, Miss Kimball, Mr ami
.Mrs II N, Paton, Mr and Mrs. George
Davles Mrs C W Cum Deerlng, Mis
Ita, Miss Kathleen Cartw light, Mies
Nellie White. Mr and .Mrs, Chupln
Misses Mncfarlune (3), Mi and MrB
Fred Miicfurliine, Misses Walkei, Mr
uud Mrs, Itudiek, Miss Neumann, Mi
uud Mrs II Focke, Mr nnd Mrs Faxon
Ulsllop, Air and Mrs. Percy Ueiison
Mr nnd Mrs II Ihilrd, .Mr and Mrs,
C Hc.lemanii, Mr and Mrs. J. 0. Car
ter, Judge mill .Mis Frear, Mr. aud
Mrs. Ilrnlnard Smith, Judge aud Mrs.
Stanley, Miss Anna Daiiford, Miss Cam
eron, MIbb AIIic Jones. Mr aud Mrs. II
Marx, Miss Drusllla Marx, Dr Cllfforc.
Wood, Dr and Mrs. ItosBlter, Captain
and Mrs Humphrey, Count do S. Can
nuvurro, Dr Pinto, Dr. Yost, U. 8 N
Dr and Mrs Cooper, Mr. nnd MrB. A,
(1 llnwcs, Mi und Mrs. Francis Swan
), Mr and Mrs, McClaiialian, Mr
George Fuller, Mr. A. Lewis, Mr. IUch,
ard Wright, Mr. Derby, Mr. and Mrs
Prosser, Mr. H Walker, Prlneo Kawa
nimakoa, Mr Mattco Saudoua. Mr. and
Mrs Cllvc Davles, Mr. and Mrs. Grit
ftths. Mr and Mrs. Babbitt, Dr. and
MrB High, Mr. and Mrs Dougherty
Mr and Mrs. Gartley, Mr. and Mrs
Uawllns, Mr and Mrs, Harry Mocfar
lane, Messrs Waller, I. and Hnrolo
Dillingham, Mr and Mrs Percy Ilcn
eon, Mr Sheilleld Grace, Dr Edwnrd
Armltage, Miss .Marian MneGllvray, Di
J Judd, .Mr and Mrs. Albert Judd, Mr
and Mrs Ilamiey Scott Miss Dickson,
Mr Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Iloyd
Miss Lobensteln, Mr John How land
.Mr nnd Mrs von Holt.
Additional Social News on Page 3.
SULLIYAN vs. HUIHUI
Tho llrst real ring battle of 1900 will
lake place at the Opera House this
evening when Dill Hulhul, the native
prldo and Dick Sullivan of San Frnn
Cisco clash for n- fifteen round engage
ment It goes without saying that this
will ho n Hunt foiicht on the level Sill
llvan Is an arubltuous youth and wants
to reach the top of the ladder. If ho
Is sm ''eisful In this encounter he will
be In line to follow In the footsteps of I
Dave inrry nnd clean up somo coin In
tho Paradise of the Paclllc. I
Hulhul Is also ambitious and Is look-
Ing forward lo the time hen lie can
make a trip to tho Coast and take on
come promising flgh era and gain boto
wealth and fame I III has worked
hard slid faithfully for this fight and
means to dispose , of Mo antagonist as
i" ' .'' !J":, .1 .':. ?.d
trainer and second, will be In tho na
tlvo lad's comer tonight and advise
Hill as to how to lo
not know about bSx
colors Fox Is an
and what he (Iocs not know about box
ing Is not worth knowing.
!. S? S& ." JS - .
of condition and feeling confident
"I flguro that tho fight will not Inst
over six rounds, said Sullhnn, "Hut
hill ma be clover and all that hut I am
sure that I shall connect and If I ever
meet him It will bo curtains for the
native I am anxious to make good ail
ii,r ii,r. i. ii, .i t.,,,r.V,i iWiii.
Ighl tin Is the most important battle
Hint I have over engaged In und nsSul
llvan Is in) own weight I surely expect
to win They all tell me about this
follow Sullivan's great right hand
well I also have a right and It was glv
en inn to use I am In flue conditio i
and If I lose I shall offer no excuso and
must admit that SullUan is a better
Tlioe who are looking for a real
good battle w 111 get their money
worth when Sailor Morih nnd Wall 1 .1
laul iron mitts These two promise
u put up n .tcrap nine win no worm
gnln,! miles to see Doth nro oggres
hive and h-iitl hitters and If cither goei
out of that rliu before the ten rounds
arc over oii will have to iarry him out
on a stretcher
ituiu an iiiuicuciuiis uuu me umuuee
sale, there wilt be the largest crowd on
hand tonight that ever witnessed a
clove context In IRmolulu
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It has been figured that If McGovcrn
ml Hat Kelson go tho six rounds In
Philidetphla they will receive at the
rate of $0S 3S for every minute the)
nro fighting A six round battle would
require 18 minutes it Is certain that
there v.-1 1 ! be $17,000 in the house nnd
at 75 per cent tho lighters would receive
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Poor Davo Rarry look an awful beat
lug from big Al Kaiifmann at Los An
geles on the 20th of last month. Thebo
two were booked to go twenty rounds
but after being knocked down a half
doion times Harry's seconds finally
threw up the sponge Knuf matin was
thirty pounds hcnvler than Unrry.
Princeton is conducting a welt organ
U.M campaign for tho development of
a strong, evenly balanced track team
art athletic factor tho Tigers havo rare
ty possessed. Princeton has never won
the Intercollegiato track and field cham
plonshlps, but her baseball and football
teams iiuve always wono their share ot
bonors on the diamond and gridiron
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It must cause a feeling ot envy ta
spring uji In the breiHts of other mil
vcrsltles to read thai Harvard hail G01
trail athletes to report at tho first call
for winter training This Is nn extra
oi dinar) bunch uf men to announce
thoiiiH.'lves as cnndldatcs for a single
team Indeed, It Is equul ulmobt to Ilia
combined squads that present them
boIcm at Yulo, Pennsylvania, Princes
tun and Cornell
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Tlie development of atliletlis nt the
Carlisle Indian School has been sharply
emphasized h) tlio action of tho school
ollli l.'ils In entrusting the management
ot athletic a to the Indian
emselves Hereafter the students will
r.llli-R tliplr nwi. r. hoilntnu mnnni'n
--.- --;- i . , ' n -
Ihelrowutcaius, and, In short, exercise
as much power ns do the undergrnd
ikUim ot an) ot our large universities.
This is a strong tribute to the growing
stability and sagacity of the Indian
jouth Participation In Intercollegiate
athletics bus hud a powerful and hea.
thy Influence in tho education of tho In
(lltn lfilu nt fnrlluln I Cnn, lu !.....
(its have been more pronounced at the
Indian school than nt mnnv M,n.
Indian school than at many colleges
It is safo to say that the Indians will
oxerclse their lower with moderation
and good sense
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Tho posDlblllt) that centipede rowing
will be made a feature of the luteuol
leglate regatta at Pouglikeepslo has at
traded an iiniisuul amount of uttentlou
to tins form of lowing.
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Basketball is liable to ucrish at Stan
There uio not cnoimri
men taking part In the practice to make
Stnnford authorities have given out
the tip that college baseball must b
purlncd or abandoned.
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Hugh Jennings, of Ualtlmore, will
again assist In coaching tho baseball
pln)crs at Cornell this spring.
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Mfirn Pnllln tho Pl,l.nn Vav.i.i,
athlete, has signed a contract to train
the Iowa VarBlty track team during lot
coming spring. ,
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nDnEECCMM 1 1 rIATnin
Wlllam Ileston. tho great Michigan
iatr.uacki liag proposed a game of pro-
fcs,onaHtercolleglatc football U take
I)uo , Nmv Y Thanksgiving
u The proposition bids fair to me
wUh , The proposed game Is to
b(J bctween plaerJ 0'f ,ho a8t a
V-t. Hes.on has chosen tho follow-
West Center, Strathearn.
,0! 8,mr,1,' " MtnncioU and Me
a"Bln' ihlpni! tackles, Curtis, Mich
llKan' and Mnddock, Michigan; ends
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25? f uliCba?k?Dek! CcgoWI"
East De Witt, Princeton, nnd Hocan
or Glass of Yale, guards, Shelvll, Ynlo,
and Glaze, Dartmouth, ends; Daly
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""""? Mt?."L ..?'". lX ?rJ. '"I".
smith lpnnvitnniB fniiilnoiT ThIr
f ""'"l, C,S1 hi m ?.nsTi.M i."i
cargo of tho Western team, wbllo Wal
ler c w, h , d fc
r.,,.r ' .". lo goac" ""
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
In a bowling tournament nt Peoria
III, recently Clarence IIrashaw rolled
30 straight strikes, completing two
consecutive 300 games;
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Ormonde Da lona, Fla , Jan M All
world's records tor tho klloiniter and
or the mile were broken In tho niitomo
' DHo tournament hero today. The nnw
figures plaio the mile for enrs of all
powers at 0:2S 1-5 and for Ihe kilometer
at 0:18 2-C. lloth new records were
Ina, ,y Marriott, driving tho cigar
snnped Stanley steamer,
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Mrs. It, G Drown recently won the
California Woman's Golf Association
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Scott Lcary has broken another am
atflir swimming record by going SO
j arils In :2C 1-0 In the Olympic Club
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Paris. Jan. IC In a C00-polnt billiard
match tonight for the championship
of tho world between Maurice VIg
neaux, of Paris, and Wllllo Hoppe, ol
New York, tlie latter won by 177
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For tho month of December 179 auto
mobile licenses wero Issued by Secre
tary of Stato Curry, bringing the total
number of cars owned In California to
lolnnls and Punnhou open the sport
today at tho Daseball grounds at 2:30
p in., and the Diamond Heads and Y.
M. C. A. will meet nt 3:30 p. m.
Tho teams will lino up as follows:
lolanls Goal, J. Kea; full backs, F
Carter, J, Kellett; halfbacks, E. Kel
lett, SI, Anderson, F. Harrison; for
wards, E. Kea, Mon Yin, J. Anderson,
J. Woo, U G. Ulackman.
Holster's place Is being taken by Car
ter, a now league player.
Punahous Goal, A. A. Catton; backs
W. Soper, G. Fuller; half-backs, II. ,Mc
Corrlstou, A. !.owrey, forwards, W.
Campbell, C. Cooke, It. 11. Catton J.
II Catton, J L. Coekburn '
Diamond Heads Ooal, II Chilton;
full-backs, E Grime, J Clarkoi halves
Ed. DcHhu. It. Clarke, D Sherwood,
forwards, E Fernandez, Put Glcuson
Al Williams, G. Desha, Ijim Kee.
Y M C A Goal, Ileurdmoroj baek3
Turner, Mai aula, lialvis, Gill, Spald.
Ing, lhenbeij, forwards, Pluukctt
Walerhouse. Itobblus, Haley, Oss.
Tho Young Men's Instltuto lias pro-
I)aroa to "lobrato Washington's birth.
day In San Antonio Hall, on Vineyard
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,.ivtlt .,IUi u iiiugruui oi merary ex-
erclees, followed by a dance, as fol-
Overture. "Our Own United States"
Ellis Quintet Club
Introductory ltemaiks by tho Presl-
,Iet J. Andrado
Address Judgo Henry E. Illghton
Song. "Tho Star Spungled Banner"
iiViini'in'., Vii. '"a 't8, ,laiml
. LUcl nt' MIbS A. H. Franca
Comic Song Thos. F, McTigho
Address "Y. M. I."..W. S. Fleming
Song: "America" v. 8 EIIIb
Tho literary exorcises will begin at
7 15, and dancing will begin at nine.
GIFT TO OAIIU COLLEGE
P C. Jones, treasurer of Oahu Col
lege has iceehed a Rift of 125.000
fiom Albert S. Wllenx nr Km.nl in im
applied to tho building fund. It Is glv
eu without conditions.
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