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fiVnNINa MtU,ETIN, HONOLULU. T II . TtJKSDAY, NOV. 24. 1908.
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Story of Victory
Of Cardinal Forces
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at BENSON, SMITH and HOLIISTER DRUG
av ritAVfiisno. Cnllf.. Nov. in. font territory mid nRnln on Califor
nia another Stanford triumph that nla's side of tho field. There wtro
the thousand notched on llorUcloy ihccra for California as Mio worked
field jesterdny afternoon; another the ball down the field In a sliced
Stanford lctor whose story wna not Mon of papacs and an audible Kroan
to old but that fully half of those as miller trieu ior .. u.u, ""
thousands ihcurcd for their tsam and missed. Miller inning " i "" "
their color, as the hao clicorou n saicij.
and shouted In dts Bono by. Dul Colirornli not dlscournK-
Thcrc was tho Ramo erowd of om- ed. There was llRlit In tho men from
elnls RTOupcd nlonR tho sidelines and llcrkclcy If there was less football
the sumo old serpentine when tho lnowleJRe. and led on by DwIbbim,
imj a fiom I'nlo Alto mnde suro of tho a fighter who knew nothlnc of tho
i . a.i .i...ii ihi R.imeneas. word "null." the continued and Just
. .. .. . ...it .. ). Afnt. tk. i.n nt tlm linlf. fnllnwlnc
UhlM repetmon 01 wnu .. - ".T ."..:... "J n. hvmilfnmh,: 'with challenges and, unless thin
M" ,,,m,C .'?'"! "",. . ' ..... ."" ,,. "' V ; r fo at and tho'Bo amiss, there Is ever project that
"!".'" r : w ,h. ! .o.nts hat .led the score. Harris fans will have, an opportrn.lt to wit
t-11"""" -- " ,. .... . .... , ,. .. i. .i
Just as stronnl felt. . iaiieo on nis k, u ... .,, ..
And wh shouldn't It bo? It was wio scoro was c".
unherslty iiRnlnst unhcrslt, and to I Tho second luir meant more. iigni.
".. . . t--t .. .. .... Inuttity ufpnn frill. llllt
the Ictor bclonRcd the spoua. aian- v-uuuirum . ..... ..............
fnnl. llEhlliiR not moro gnmoiy tnan nut mo spirit w ) " . t. -
California, hut battllnR more Intclll-.TwIco Stanford nearly scored
.1.. .i ...in. i.ur .....Wutnnil. then Cnllfnrnl.t pressed the b
Iiir of ItURb. outphoed Its oppon- tho other end of tho field, falling a
nnd finally flaunted In tlieir.tr uy innim.
It Wns tile IiCKIllDHiB in i"u i-ii.
Stanford suncrlorlt commenced to
faces a t2-to-S score.
MANY CHALLENOES ARE FLYINO
If Would-Be Fighters Can Be
.Brought Together, Fans Will Have
' Opportunity To See Some Lively Con
test in Near Future
ThliiRs nro hcRlnnlliR to lirlRlitcn
up In tho ptiBlllstlc Held. Already
ecral likely men hnc tome forward
ncss some good mills In the Immcdl
Tho match between Dick Sullhnu
and Soldier Miller Is Rtlll more nr
Iibs In the air. Snllhan's wclRht
and stipulation seems to form a rock up-
ball to on which the cntlro project may no
wrecked. It Is claimed that Miller
cannot posslbl) make tho weight and
that unless Sullhan grants a few
pounds thcro Is no possibility of a
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Including a full selection of
mill in that direction.
:.". ' .. . :. ...... .i.- " r.) i Rinwii .inn surelt. tho Cardinal
remaps mo crown .u.m . . e h..... .-. -""',"-;,. .... .. Krneat Oeorce. who claims the II-
. .. .. ...nii.ii.. .Ht.ii nif.il nnw uiiii iiiniiu.tjiuii 11.111 ...... i -
nnu us resuu imnu iiiuu - i
Mimo crowds hae done It ma hava torn suns, lorccu wic imkshiu ....u l..u
understood but little of the pla nnd cneno's camp It was l'embcrton
have been led on to expect Just w hat who first broke the Ico with tho sec
happened, the final overwhelming of oncl Stanford tr llolman, easily
Cnllfornlu. Hut If that same record-.tho star of the Cardinal, quick to
breaking crowd took the result ns n'takc nmanwRo m an openinB. r-.-
mntter of course, the spectacular ,cci. anu iniru nnu me iiunui ui m
iourtn went 10 .ioun u. niiuei. .
"KlRht. California, Fight, riRht."
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY nt
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12 th and then every evening to Dec. 24.
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M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
lushes b.ick and forth on tho flold,
llin sensational passing that camo
ci and npaln nnd the klcklnR ducHchanted tho California rooters. And
aroused Its Interest and held It for. their men Old iiriii, nut 10 no man.
the moment of tho pla. Their strlnR had r.ecn run and they
And th ntundamo was worthy of , knew, ecn before the llnnl whlstlo
tho Rnmo that was witnessed. As
cuil as 12 o'llotlt tho people com
menced to throne at tho gates seek
ing udmlsslon. All sortB and condi
tions wanted to sec tho game, to
catch tho Infection of rlvalr and to
New Negligee Shirts
Plain White nnd Colored, arrived by S. S. Alameda.
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was blown, th.it It was the joyful
Stanford men who would dunce tho
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once moro Ho nolo to sa ine nan
teen the big arhlty struggle. Old
men and women, graduates of tho
universities came back to renew their
alleRlnnco with a Uslt to the shrine,
the collcfilans themselves and lastly
the coming generation Jammed
thiough tho various entrances and
Into their seats. The standing room
was earh crowded, but tho rcscrvo
beat holders wanted to watch tho
flpcUntlo nd wcro In their places
long before tho hour for play to
Crowd a Recoid-Breaker
Thcro hao been big crowds at
other games, but cstcrda proved .i
record-breaker. Hilly IB, 000 pcoplo
wcio Inside tho grounds by 2:30, and
hundreds of others gathered on tho
hillside or climbed adjacent trees nnd
oven sought tho tops of accommodat
ing street cars In order In havo at
least a blrd's-co lew of what was
And there wcro a thousand oi
more disappointed people, men and
women, who, wanted to bee tho game,
but could not. "!.ock the gates,"
camq tho older when tho field win
Jammed to tho utmost, and tho waj
was barred against tho jicoplo who
weru nautical! trlng to part with
t hell monc.
Jnmcs Murray j)f the Unit-
ed States KiiRluccr Corps his
como forward with the follow-
I should like to meet an '
120-pound man on this Island
In n boxing contest Tor fur
ther particulars nppl to
Care Sporting IMItor, Ilullctlu.
THE TANSAN TOURNAMENT
SPRINGS SOME SURPRISES
In tho Tnnsan tournament nt tho
Ouliu Country Club Sunday the II mil
biurets wcro won b II. A. Wilder.
In tho pla, Wilder tied with J. U.
Ualncs. tho not scores of both pla
ers being seventy-eight. In tho phi
off Wlldor's net score was 81 while
(.lines' was 88.
l'ollowlng are the scores.
tie. of featherweight champion of Por
tugal, has come forward with a chal
lenge to an) man at 125 pounds. As
the featherweight limit is 12.!
pounds, it is prubnblo that (Icoige
means that he Is willing to meet any
125-pound man, hut docs not put
that weight as the least that he can
Jnnic! Murrn of the United States
Engineer Corps, now stationed at tho
engineer ehenmpment on WnlKlkl
Roach, has come forwnrtl with n chal
lenge t6 any man In tho Islands nt
1J0 pounds. Murray writes a good,
manly communication nnd his chal
lenge sounds much like the real
thing. There Is no renson, nppi'i-
ently, whj n mill should not ho ar-
langcd for him.
Thcro Is but five pounds difference
between the weight stipulations of
Murrn) and George, and, ns Ocorgo
g offering to meet a man weighing
three pounds more than tho limit of
the ejass which ho claims to repre
sent, there would stcnl to bo sonic
piospcct of matching tho two men.
Thcro Is no doubt but that locnl
flinS tire Just In a mood to relish a
couple of good mills nnd, with tho
men right here, thcic should bo
n It II
CHALLENGE FOR CROSS
COUNTRY PAPER CHASE
a a v.
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Oregon Agricultural College, Cnr
vallls. Ore. Nov. 7. Tho O. A. C.
athletes have Issued a challengo to
tho athletes of tho Unlvorslt) of Orc
Ron for a cross-country race to In
run at Portland on the forenoon ot
0 A. C. vs. University football Rani",
dlstanco to be four nil I en. Tho I Ha
noi h to start and finish nt Multnomah
Club. The winner Is to receive n tul-
key, becond man a goose, third man
a chicken, nnd the last man an egg.
A. Wilder 48 k
I). Oalnes 54 48 102 14 3S
A W... CImmI
It was reserved for Stanford to II. A. Wlldor ....15 4.i
iiimliun lhi new stunt. Tho word J. . Qalnes ....47 45
had passed that the approach of tho A. V. Kwart 50 16
l..nf,,r,l tm.ni unnlil li.i thn xll-nil M A. RobiUSOII ..17 4!)
lor an outburst, and It was eagerly 1'. II. Armstrong. .4a 1.1
awaited. Attired In red Jcrse)s, with n II. Angus IS t:t
whlto running pants and red stock- I' .1. Waterman. .51 48
lugs, the caicllnul hmst Into sight. I. I'. Kenvvlck ....Ml fil
I Islng shout of welcome that strong- 1'. Ilnlstead I- 47
thened In volume iib It grew was (Austin White ...12 45
their flist gieethiR. and then cunio I S Weight ...." 1 43
tho Innovations With the' rcd-p.i-I.I C. IJvuns 47 49
pcicd megaphones lifted high In tho II Ilabson 49 47
ail, pounds of confetti woio sprinkled ,11. C. Caller I'J 04
"THE MISER'S MILL"
iivci the inoteis and out upon
speetalors themselves. It wns tho
Stanford reception of the Stanfind
team, nnd nl(oly,dono,
'I hen came tho California football
hcioes in their blue suitings with
their striped arms and leg) of blue
ti rlil gold, anil the California woleoinq
was no less sincere and no less nols)
than that which had koiio before It.
California Wins the Toss
A few minutes of practice, a scan
ning hero nud tliero to pick out thoaa
among the pla)eis, nnd the gamo vmu
undei vva). California won the toss,
ehobo the goal that she desired nnd
tho IhUJIo wns on, Here and theio
went the hall Now it was In Stnu-
tlia J. O. Young 18 49
!' O. White 45 50
Win. Woon . .
H Ileal illume
C. Smith '. 55 54 109 lr 91
Win Simpson 54 48 102 8 94
M. Phillips fi.l 50 1U 18 'I-)
C. O. Owen ...... 55 58 11.1 18 9u
I Harwood ...55 59 114T8 90
W. C. Wlldor ....52 50 108 10 98
II. C. Wnldion ...00 5G 11G 18 l8
1'. C. Ilrnwn 54 S3 107 8 99
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