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Many Entering For
Big Water Carnival
Tho tlirce-imilrtlo ennoe rnco will
pi nimbly bo tho btR event on tho aft
ernoon of Nov. "tli at the Outrigger
Club Water Carnival. Already a doz
en canoes have been entered for this
event. Arrangements arc now being
made to conch the participants In th
girls' races nnd thoso who nro to
enter the surfboard contest for tho
Tho entries so far In the three
puddle raco Include juniors from
nearly every prominent family In
Honolulu. They are, up to date, as
Cnnoe Wnlahole, entered by A. It.
Otirrcy; crew: llaiolil llustace, Hay
Wodehoimc, Lionel' Stclncr. Wallupo,
Outrigger Club; crew: Mnrston Camp
bell, Francis Cooper, Ocorgo Slinms.
Wnlalne, entered by I. M. Pond,
crew. Jnmes McCnndlcs, Hobo Schae
fer, B. Caum. I'alolo, entered by
Outrigger Club; crew: Henry Itcld
ford, Oswald Stevens, Ivan Grnham.
Mnnon, entered by James McCand
less; crew: Joe Harrington, Char
ley llrcnhnin, Arthur Ilrown. Ma-
IS ARRANGED FOR
KALANIANAOLE LEAGUE PRE
PARES GOOD CARD
ReDresentatives of Leading Clubs
Meet in Conference and Agree on the
scneauie oi uames 10 j.asi wen on
Into the Winter
There is sonic more good baseball
In sight. Tho Knlanlnnaolo Leaguu'
held a meeting last night nnd pre
pared for a series of Sunday after
noon games which will last until well
on Into the winter. I
There was a good representation of
local bnschnll managers present and
the winter season was inaugurated
under the most favorable circum
Those who took part in tho deliber
ations wro E. S. Kong, vice presi
dent; A. K. VIerrn, tccretary; Chi
Hill, C. A. C; Fred. Liming, and J.
I. VIerrn, Aalas; M. T. Marshall Jr.
and W. W. Marshall, Twilights; S.
Hiirnynsii, J. A. C; J. IC. Notlcy and
Sam Hop, Honolulu White Sox.
General routino business connected
with the affairs of the Icagtio was
transacted, after which tho work of
preparing the schedule of games was
taken up. The schedule for tho first
scries is ns follows:
Nov. in Twilights s. J. A. C;
Aalas vs. C. A. C.
Nov. 22 Aalns vs. White Sox;
Twilights vs. C. A. C.
Nov. 29 C. A. C. vs. Whlto Sox;
J. A. C. vs. Aalas.
Dec. 0 Twilights vs. Aalas; J. A.
C. vs. Whjio Sox.
Dec. 13 C. A. C. vs. J. A. C; TwI
lights vs. Whlto Sox.
Dec. 20 Twilights vs. J. A. C;
Aalas vs. C. A. C.
Dec. 27 Aalas vs. White Sox; Twi
lights vs. C. A. C.
Jan. 3 C. A. C. vs. Whlto Sox; J.
A. C. vs. Aalas.
Jan. 10 Twilights vs. Anlas; J. A.
C. vs. Whlto Sox.
Jan. 17 C. A. O. vs. J. A. C; TwI
lights vs. White Sox.
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THOMPSON WINS IN
THE ELEVENTH ROUND
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., Oct. 2!)
Thompson won tonight In tho elev
enth round. Tho Murphy-Powell
fight was a draw,
a a a
Tho Honolulu Cricket Club cloven
will probably vlblt Maul about Novom
bor 17. Word has been received that
a gamo enn undoubtedly bo arranged
at Knhulul for about that tlmo and, as
tho local players aro on tho lookout
for opponents, they will probably go
a a a
For soma tlmo motor cars havo
beon retUtored with tho State High
way Commission of Massachusetts at
a rute of about llfty a day. For tho
first six months of tho presont year
15,7117 enrs were registered, as com
pared with 4950 during the samo
period of 1907.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
klkl, entered by Prank. Wright; crew
Piatt Cooke, Carter Gait, Ward Wal
ker. Pauoa, entered by A. U C. At
kinson; crew: Sam Carter, Fred. Car
ter, Itobcrt lloyd, Nuuanu, entered
by A. II. Ford; crow: Malcolm Tut
tie, Elbert Tuttle, L. Abies. Kallhl,
entered by Outrigger Club; crew:
Thurston Taylor, Prank draham,
Tho Mauna I,oa, P. Ilumphrls; Ka
llewa, Outrigger Club; nnd tho Le-
of boys undor 14 years ot ngo.
It Is tho custom of tho Outrigger
Club, nnd Its canoe-owning members,
to name tho small canoes after tho
valleys of Oahu: it seems llkclv. how
ever, that if the list of craft keeps
growing, tho valleys will noon give
After tho canoe nnd surfboard con
tests for. tho Junior members, thcro
will be a luau on the grounds ot the
Outrigger Club, followed by tho even
ing torchlight nhd electric surfing
cnntcstH of tho adults nnd tho dances
at the Scusldo nnd Mnann Hotels.
SIXTY CLASSY STEEDS ARE IN
Prominent Turf Enthusiasts Will Be
Represented in England's Classic
Events Keene Sends Over Fine Sta-
ble of Promising Yearlings to Enter
NEW TORK, Oct. 14. Tho most
notable band of thoroughbred horses
that over left the United 8tates will
depart Saturday on board the At
lantic transport lino steamer Min
nehaha. Tho Shipment will compriso
about sixty head, representing tho
leading breeders of America, among
tho most conspicuous being James R.
Kccnc, Harry Payne Whitney, Her
man II. Duryea. John E. Madden,
Thomas Hitchcock Jr., and August
Tho Madden horses, tho most nota
ble of which aro the two great colts.
Sir Mar.Mii and Fayette, both en
gaged In tha Encllsh classic races.
are to bo shrpped Independently of
the Whitney hoices, as at present ar
ranged, but thero Is still the pros
pect that tho colts will bo sold to
Mr. Whitney before the departure
of tho Minnehaha and will raco In
Kngland under tho Whitney colors.
Tho Thomas Hitchcock Jr. ship
ment Is made up of steeplechase,
nornca that already havo been sclicd
tiled and tried over the jumps, and
consist of flvo head that will bo
Ubcful hunter3. If they arc not good
enough to win races.
Tho James It. Kccno shipment will
consist of ten young horses, most
of them cartings. Mr. Kccno has
not stated whether they nro Intend
ed to bo cold or whethor ho will
train and raco thenn but It Is prob
able that ho will raco them.
It Is about a settled fact, though,
that the unbeaten colt, Colin, will
not race again, nr In the present con
dition of the Now York rnclns af
fairs thcro Is small prospect that
Inducement to train him next sea
son after hla lone rest will bo offer
ed, nnd Colin, although tho danger
of a bowed tendon seemingly exists
no longer, probably will entor tho
stud noxt hcason, though It remains
to bo determined whether his now
rarecr will bo In America or In Eng
land. a a a
THEY WILL FIGHT NO"
MORE IN MILWAUKEE
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 10.
lloxlng In Milwaukee is officially
dead. Sheriff Knoll, undor orders
from Governor Davidson today, order
ed that tho Kclly-Papke fight, sched
uled for next Thursday, bo called off
and that all fights In Milwaukee or
elsewhere In this State bo prohibited.
Tho older applies to tho fight clubs
In Ilaclnc, Kenosha, and Applcton,
whcio frequent bouts havo beon glvoa
under tho gulso of boxing exhibitions.
Tho Wisconsin law iiIIowb exhibitions
but docs not allow fights. '
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data reduct all automobile work 25
per cent. 1 nassenrer lnslda eltv
limits Punahou St., Wylllft St.. or
Kametutneha Schools, 50 cents; call
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$3 for third. Around (Bland $4TJT E.
II. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. fi.
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Famous white and blue colors of
Jnmcn It. Kccno will be seen during
Emeryville winter meeting.
Knthcrlne Direct wins pacing divi
sion of Kentucky futurity.
Lowell high school swimmers win
honors In tho tournament of academic
Jockey Jimmy Mcmtyro ordered to
stop prnctico nt Emeryvlllo and all
suspended rldern mny-bo barred.
Eddie Marron defeated Harry Stem
mcl nt tho Dreamland rink.
Australian Kugby players wilt go to
Snn Francisco In January or February
before returning to Vancouver. , ,.
Tho Hcrvcrtcr wlno 3 year old divi
sion of rich Kentucky futurity.
Two carloads of horses reach Em
eryville) from tho north and racors arc
In training for the Novombcr meeting.
Hermit Hoosovelt may mako Harv
ard football team.
Thomas A. Hucston wins billiard
championship nt St. Louis.
Fair Play wins Jcromo handicap at
Chicago Cubs plan tour ot Pacific
Scott and Ganong, Stanford varsity
football players Injured In gamo with
Olympics, return to sport.
Sheriff nnd deputies enforce- nntl
gambling laws nt Empire racetrack,
near San Francisco.
Kentucky Itaclng Commission re
vokes llccnso of Lntonla Jockey club.
Billy Itocho Is selected to refcrco tho
Murphy-Powell bout nt tho Coliseum.
Favorites mako clean sweep of pro
gram nt Empire City track.
Llccnso of the Lntonla Jockey club
Attcll and Drlscotl may bo Coff.
roth's card for Thanksgiving dav.
Mnnager McCredlo of tho Portland
team wants to head another nine in
his homo city,
a a a '
LEARNS CHICAGO WINS.
THEN DIES HAPPY
PITTSHUIIO, Pa.. Oct. 12. "What
Is the score?"
Young Frank Tureck, aged 17. of
Chicago, raised himself on his cot at
the West Pcnn hospital Saturt'av
night nnd asked this question. ' On
being told that Chicago had defeated
Detroit In the first gamo ot tho se
ries for tho world's baRcball title, ho
lapsed Into unconsciousness and died
Just before midnight.
Young Tureck's Interest In tho
strugglo between tho Cubs nnd Tigers
was not of tho temporary kind. Work
ing In the Etna mills, ho had pulled
all summer for victory for his favor
ites. Finally tho call to see them In
action In tho world's championship
series becamo so strong that ho de
termined to get to Chicago at any
Not having enough money to buy
a ticket, ho hoarded a freight train
Thursday night. Ho fell from tho
train nnd sustained several deep stall
wounds, and his left arm was broken.
Removed to the hospital ho suffer
ed much, but his hnschall Interest
did not wane, and his last words
"What's tho scoro?"
a a a
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