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EVENING DULtETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT, miDAY, NOV. 20, 1903.
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he Lawn Mower, Rake,
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evenings up to Dec. 12th and then cvjry evening to Dec. 24.
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VICKER'S whols sjles and heels $2 00
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BATTLE ROYAL ON
SPOUTS BY THE
FINAL GAME BETWEEN SECOND
WEIGHT ONLY NOW
STANDS IN WAY
SULLIVAN AND MILLER ARE
Oahu and High School Men Will Meet
and Settle Question of Superiority.
Have Played Two No-Score Game
and Enthusiasm Is Intense
Tlic deriding game of tlio sorl"s
between the football teams of O ilut
College mid Honolulu High School
will be pln)ed nt 3:4T o'clock tliU
afternoon (in Alexnniler Flold. The.
elevens have met twice already and
the present score in games stands
none nil, neither team having been
able to Hcorc on cither occasion.
The two teams have been pla)lng
most consistent football since the
opening of the season. Tlio pln)cis
have received lo)nl support from
their respective Institutions, anil to
dn)'s game will be watched with
bretthless Interest. There Is no
doubt but that the attendance will
be large ami, If, perchance, the Gor
dlnn knot be broken, the victor) will
bo made tlio occasion ror some lively
Two moro ovenly matched teams
than the College and High School
seconds have raiely met upon the
grldltou and there appears to he but
little chance of anj one-sided scoie
Tlio teams will line up as follows:
High School Aw.il, lc.: Jamcs.lt.;
Mock SI11, Ik.; l.niulo, Johnson, c;
Hauls, ik.; ltlcknrd, rt,; Davis, rt,:
lllait, Mnicalllno, i.; Hoe, III.; I'all,
ill.; .Norton, fb.
I'unahou Wlllfong, lc: Choy, It.;
.Mncfarjiine, lg,; Ollib. c; Smith,'
Ithlngton, )g.;'0. Hind, I'ate), rt.:
Mon Yin, re.; Hand, q ; Hoss, Wil
cox, lb.; II. Jlltchcock. rh.; White,
II II 8
SOCCER TEAMS UNITE
An nblo defeiic of Intercollegiate
football, b) A I. Castle, appears in
this morning s Tler. The defenso
Is nil that could be asked and It rov
ers the ground thorough!; the oulv
unfortunate thing about the whole
affair is that an defense should lio
No finer game than Intercollegiate If Soldier Agrees to Limit Set by the
football was ever made up It Is the Mi,j j, He,d within
result of jeiis of pla) and stud by ' J
health), sports-loving American Next Three or Four Weeks Both
youths. As .Mr Castlo points out. it Me jn Fjne Tr;m
cans ror team worn, conccrieu nc
tlon, rather than Indlvldun! brillian
cy, in mci, ai.ouc ...0 worse ......K Tho .,,,, t)f wcIillt , n,))ar.
nai was ever urge.. ng... ni . 1 ... pn(y (ll(1 on,y ,,,,,,,, Ult ca ,,,,,
11 the ej'cs of a coach Is that he h n lo ,,,,,, m, ,)etttL,ell 8oI(1cr
grandstand phi) ei. I Miller of Toil Shatter and Dick Sul-
lutorcollcglite teaches the won Jhan lolh me m w ,,,, ,,,
of the subordination of self-interest nliNuu8 ()l h nn(, b(Uh Q
to the welfare of the man,: It teach- flM feU,
es the lesson of patriotism la con- . ,.. iepmlM 100 wtl, Jlick
! .!"' ..,.., .... IScully jestcrday as evidence that ho
That the prohibition against nter-. ,hout, slmply (o onJoy tho
collegiate football on the I'acl lc f h. nnd an
Coast will be pe.manent, no one will ,, M ,, ,,, w,,KnCB1) ,0
believe. One very small scillon of . ... ,, nv ,,
the llllllcd States cannot hope to ..,.. ,.
. , . .1 LUIIHUUIU ICI I11B, Olllll Villi UVlllttlllll
foist an unpopular movement on tho nn,i , ,r.. ,. ,
rest of the country. ,. , ,,. . . n, , .,, ,'
iiui mere is u reusot. uciuiiu c..v
whole thing. It Is not the danger of
injury. No one stops traveling be
cause railroiu wrecks mangle ami
kill an appalling number of ptoplo
every ear; hunting is not placed un
der tho.ban because some man's hun
ter gets n poor footing on the take
off sldo and his idler comes a crop
per over a brush-cupped wall that ,
breaks his neck, the) don't say
i'Stop itlip game" when n polo pla)cr
s sinasneu u) ins pony or mis ma
Mcull fractured in a melee of ll)lng
t-Tho. reabon here is eislly found
The father of the man
the. hounds used to do the same him
self, perchance the mother did ulso.
The older generation has not forgot
ten with what Interest It Jumped into
tht very sports thnt the )ounger ia
You tako a man who plnjcil on
Hatvard or1 Yale In the memorial
Springfield jtame of 1892 the Spoil
ing Kdl tor. mentions that because he
saw It nnd 'has never forgotten It
do ou supposo thnt when Unit inan'a
ton reaches young-manhood ho Is go
ing to find parental objection to his
playing football? Not nt all; that
the men to vvelgli
the afternoon. Whether Miller can
make that weight or not Is n ques
tion. Miller seems anxious to have the
mill take place at once; while Sulli
van wants a few weeks to get Into
shape, culling attention to tlio fact
that he has been off the steamer but
11 short time anil has not had .1
chance to get acclimated.
The matter will probably bo tot
tleil this evening and the date for
the contest set. If Miller feels that
ho can make 1C4 pounds, and still
be la lit condition. It Is not unlikely
that follows i11"" ,u l0,lUst mn' ue arranged for
.. uuiu w.w. ... iuu iii'x. i.treu ur luui
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SETTLE IT TOMORROW
Punahou and Rapid Transit Elevens
Have .Been Amalgamated into
The number of teams In the Soccer
League has, been reduced by one. Ilo-
lleving that one stiang team Is bet-I man appreciates too well tho ailvnn
tor thnn two weak ones', the Rapid tages that uccruo to n joutli from 11
TinusUs and tho l'unnhous have con-1 course of thorough training on the
solldatcd and tho new eleven will bj grldiion.
know 11 as the I'uniihous. Hut, to take the ammunition away
The stiengthenedonm will meet rr()m tlio opponents of football, it l
mo v. 31. v. A. cioven tomorrow tin- essential that there bo us little
ci noon on the old I'unahou campui chance foi complaint as pobulble. It
at 2:30 o'clock in a practice game, u Ilot ncccssur) to cmabculate tha
Tho comparative strength of the ncv'Bnnlei Uut It Is- neccssar) that there
team can be gaugod somewhat at that 1 bt no undue rowdjlsm and thnt thu
t...n .li.ti.nl. Hn t.iAn U...1 1l n ll 1 V fin' l. ,. ...(I. l...n. I
iiiiiu, iMuut,ii vnv men n,,, ,,w.u. uu.ruie ue caru.uuj uuncucu.
ns well as they wllMater when they
have had more practice together.
1 The schodule of games tor the
league Is as follows:
Nov. 2G MuJIes vs Iunahou; Dia
mond Head vs Y. M. C. A.
Dec. C I'unahou vs. Diamond
Head; Y. M, C. A, vs. Millies.
Dec. 12 Iunahou Vs. Yw M. C. A.;
Diamond Head vb Mallcs.
Dec. 19 Millies vs. Punahou; Dia
mond Head vs. Y. M. C. A.
Clulstmas Day Punahdh vs. Dla
r.iond Head; Mailes vs. Y. M.
Now Year's Da) I'unahou vs. Y
M C. A
FORMER CHAMPION WILL
FIQHT IN LONDON ARENA
High School and CoUegc First Teams
flay Deciding contest on Sat
Tomorrow afternoon will como the
deciding game of the series between
the blg-lettcr men of Oahu College
and Honolulu High School. With
the present score. In games one all,
ami both teams In fine fettle, some
good spoit will doubtless result.
Enthusiasm Is running high nt
both Institutions and when the clev
tns line up tomorrow afternoon theie
will be a full force of looters on Al
exander I'leld to cheer tho plajeis
on. How the deciding game will
tiiin out no one ban ventured to
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Including a full selection of
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Bred in California and raised on grain. They arc in
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MEW 1809 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We arc already enjoying a large
trade in the Hawaiian Islands and
would like all interested in the gar
den to tend for the catalogue.
Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and arc the B E S T TO
C C Morse,
n n n
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
Cincinnati, O, Oct 13 Dookmuklng
will he pcrmlttun, In defiance of the
orders of thu KontucKy ltaclug Com-
'mission, at the rail meeting of tho I.u
.tonla Jockey Club, which communcos
Mondn), Octobci 19th, thu directors
or tlio jocko) i;iuu so deciding nt u
meeting held hero this afternoon.
It Is exjected that this action will
bring en a clnffh ivlth the racing coin
iiiluHlim. which has reiiealedl) declared
0. A. 'in fnvor of the parls mutnel s)stem of
betting, and only yesleula) refused
Diamond Head vs. Mailes io application of tho Jockey Club for
pel mission to i.ikiw uiniKiuaKiiiK in
I.ntonla. If thy matter Is taken to thu
courts nut only tho control of racing
In Kentucky, but tho future of tho rue-
lnir L'anio In that State, will bo nt
JlmmpIlrUt, who Is matched to lUJit 'sike, The racing commission Is ex-
Johnny Summers nt Wonderland, Lon- 'peeled to nppl) foi nn Injunction to ro-
don- nngluiiel. In November In a ten-' ""' tho I.ntcnla directors from por-
round battle has sinned the articles lmlttlnK hookmnklliB. and the I.ntonla
rounu uamc, nas siunca tne arucies ,,.,.,, ,vlM roi,auiv moot ih.. nt.
and posted his forfeit. Thu men will t,,lmit u.. fichtliig in tho courts the
moot nt 1J4 pounds. Jlmni) will be- stability and Constltutlonallt) of the
alii light training at once -.If success- jnw creating tlio racing commission,
fill In this fight he will try to get .. I X K K
match with (Jans, who Is coming to I g r.nncsco. Cal . Oct. 14 -Profits
London with bo picture of the recent ' Blk) . ,,0 bvax'illK clubi ,lcro UXCLOll.
(Jans Nelson battle. "d all expectations for tho hot season
Arrangements are buing mado on Tl(l gattf (at tUo Atlell Iloraii and
Lrltt's behalf foi him to meet Hat (jaug Nelson bouths, both at "Jlmni)"
tllng Nelson In London, If Nelson will Coff roth's arena'; exceeded 40,UO0 by
cuusont to meet Uiltt and thu neccs-l,, coB(crilblo margin The largest
snrv peimlsslon fiom the authorities .,. rwnintu lecnlveil in ni.ir.iL-o
c-in be obtained. It Is lutein eil to IkiIiI... .. ..... in.,.. n. ., ,i..i..
.. .. i . . .i ... . ;.. . .. I "vie- av Hie mvJ" liHMt iuu nuiii l(l pl,
Hin llelit nt th Htndlnni nl HliiHilinia'u ' ,... at. a..a i... ..u..i . IUU CIOV
........... .... .... . , nee-cuing ,uuu uy .. bmkui uuu;in. i... ,.
Hush, where thu Olvmiiln ir.imeu tvi.in mi. ,... n.-i. i. ..... .. n , lul- '
. .. ... --.--.-- Hill) .UKtt41K.lL .ll'llte-cu VIUUB l.liu l.ipj.l
belli. ltLfen iij ' I . n. .. . .,.... ,.. .., loeiu
-, .. leiry ii.cuuvurn mon uii(jr iiuuiii
ww ww siiiiiii into kn flirt puTvrifL. inn iiui
CADET IS KILLED l.s
GAMt; OF TOOTDALL
Loxinglon. Vn. Oct. 31.rCmlet :
Cookn leiehe of Noifolk died today
liuui concussion of tho brulu duo to
an Injur) In u giinu of foothill bo
I ween VlighiU Mllltaty Instlliitu and
Itojnolio College pla)cd lieiu this af
It'iiioim on the rsnuci's pjiailu
:roundb Tho eciiio nt thu end of tho
lift hair loud Vliglula Military Instl
lulu r7. ltoiuiiko Cullegn 0. Tho see-
jonil hulf wuh not plu)c.l,' N
ipOQ lei.ss So tho roport that tho
sujicrvlbOiH nru plann'ng In shut down
nioro slrittli on the game hero Is ex
ceedingly unpopular, as a larger pio
portion of tho population turns uut In
too tho sport,
v ST0DDABD DAYTON
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Ilonic, Oct. 31. King Victors re
cent automobllo accident, although not
at all serious, placed that monarch In
ii most undlgnlflcd position. The full
stor) of tho udventuro is now first
Tho io)al motor car. conve)lng his
Majesty and aldo de camp, ran into a
dr) ditch four feet deon Hoar Placenzn
The Jeik tluew tile King, who wob In
the tonneau, head dowuwa'id to tho
f.oor. When the aldo and the chnuf
tear picked themselves Up from tho
load, thuy saw only the ro)al legs
protruding from thu machine
Having been hauled out, none thu
worse. King Victor helped In tho
Ecaich for u new conveyance and foi
horses to drag the damaged car to the
Eventually a team of oxen was
hllclud to tho auto, while tho Klug
nnd his companions rodo In a dilapi
dated fuim wagon. This kind of ad
venture Is qulto to'iho taato of King
Victor, who .delights in motoring bo
cause It allows him to preserve u strict
incognito and brings him into touch
with thu people as they really arc
tj JJ ix
WILL MEET THANKSGIVING
Los Angolos. Nov. 2 Ablo Atlell.
fcalherwt ight champion of tho world,
and Freddie, Welch, lightweight charti
plon of Great Britain, will meet In a
Echedulcd fifteen round battlu at Ver
non next Thanksgiving evening
Thu mutch is cnnslderod to bo a
meeting between two of tho fastest
erest boxers In tho world to
'oi thu p-ast till eo ill) a thu two
fight clubs have been deadlocked
Attell und Welch on terms Tho
Jeffries Athletic Club pln)ed Its trump
earn toniimt ii) guarnnteeliu Attell
13 0(10 foi his end, win, lose ot diaw.
Moving pictures will bo mado of tho
bailie, 1 luj fight promotofs nnd Welch
will ulono contiol tio American and
(liuat Urltnlu rights to tho pictures.
Attell will hnvo no Interest In them
Atlill and Welch agree lo box llf-
tteen rounds for tho Jeffries Athletl-
Club for GO per cent ot the gross ro
eclpts, to ho divided 50 ami 50. Welch
pledges himself to make 130 pounds at
2 o'clock on thu afternoon of thu bat
tle. Chuiluy K)ton will lufeieu.
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