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EVENING IWLLETIN, IIONOLULD. T. I! . TUESDAY, DEC. 1G, 1908.
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JUNIOR LEAGUE WILL
AGAIN TEST SKILL
SUNDAY'S GAME PROMISES TO BE
Bulletins and Giants Are Now Tied
for First Place and Youthful flayers
Are Deadly in Earnest High Teams
Meet Sunday Week
Sunday next Iho Pauoas will meet
tho Kngles nml tho (Hants will crois
bats with tho llullctlnii In tho strug
gle for tho Junior Lcaguo champion
ship. The Ilultctlns and (Hants arc
now tied for first place, each team
hating n perfect score, and there will
ho some Ihcly excitement when tho
gamo la called.
The oungstcrs uto playing some
pretty baseball and their games are
attracting more than ono grown-up
fan. Whatever (shortcomings tho
inctnbcra of tho Junior League may
hate, they arc not lucking In enthu
siasm, and tho little fellows are set
ting nn example In regard to practice
that sumo of the older teams might
do well to emulate.
On the Sunday following Christ
mas will como the great strucglo be
tween the Ilullctlna nml Giants. Un
less tho unexpected happens, and the
standing of tho teams Is radically
upset by tho doublc-hcndcr of next
Sunday, tho game the following week
nil) bo tho great test of supremacy
between the top-llncrs.
The schedule of games In tho Jun
ior League for the rest of tho scries
Is as follows:
Dec. 20 Pauoa va. Eagles; Ala
Moana vs, Bulletin.
Dec. 27 Olqnts vs. Bulletin; Ala
Moana vs. Eagles.
Jan. 3 Pauoa ts. Ala Moana;
Olnnts vs. Eagles.
Jan. 10 Eagles va. Bulletin; Pa
uoa vs. Giants.
Jan. 17 Ala Moana vs. Giants;
Pauoa vs. Bulletin.
Jan. 24 Pauoa b. Eagles; Ala
Moana vs. Bulletin.
Jan. 31 Giants va. Bulletin; Ala
Moana s. Eagles.
Feb. 7 Pauoa vs. Ala Moana;
Giants s. Eagles.
BE A COAL-HEAVER
NEW" YOIIK, N. Y., Dec. 3.
Young Corbett, formerly champion
pugilist and conqueror of "Terrible
Terry" McGovern, mado his debut as
a stroker nboard the steamship Cre
ole jesterday, when ho sailed on
that vessel for New Orleans, whero
he Is to fight n 12-round battle with
Phil Ilrock Dec. 12.
"What 1 want Is good, hard work,
nnd plenty of It," announced Cor
bett. "I am certain that I can come
back nnd want to be in tho pink of
condition when I meet Brock, so that
I will bo able to show tho public that
I am still something of a fighter."
Al Lippc, his manager, agreed
with him. Conseyuently, Just before
the pair boarded the vessel, Al bought
a coal Bhovcl and a suit of overalls.
0RVAL OVERALL WANTS
HIS SALARY RAISED
CHICAGO, HI., Dec. 3. Pitcher
Overall of the Cubs had ft two houra'
star chamber session with President
Murphy yesterday during which a
disagreement arose over Orvle's sal
ary clauso in next year's contract.
The big pitcher refused to sign 'at
Overall Intends to remain In the
city until Jnn. 1. and nosslblv tho
difference between the player and tho
club owner will bo adjusted before
he leaves for his homo in California.
Negotiations between Murphy and
Overall were not unpleasant at any
time during their conference, but a
difference of a fow hundred dollars
was still between them when they
adjourned the meeting.
Whon a car Is.. In motion there is
considerable wear upon the top and
bottom halves 'of tho link bolts, and
sometimes they may wear down to
less than halt their original dlamo
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remedy this condition, especially if
the bolts are regularly oiled around
tho links, and the eyo at both ends.
or tne spring.
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SPOUTS BY THE
Whether or not the lntcr-Island
Steam Navigation Company runs tho
Mnuna Ken to Ililu for the Now
Year's race meet villi depend ontlt'.
ly on how fast tho bookings como In.
When tho special excursion rate of
$1S to Hllo nnd retuin was announc
ed for New Year's, It was supposrd
that there would be a general rush
to take ndvnntago of tho opportunity.
As the regular round trip fnrc Is $25,
the reduction mado for tho special
excursion Is quite a liberal one.
Though the race meet at Hllo Bhould
provo a big attraction to lovers of
horso flesh, there htc been but little
activity shown In hooking, nnd thcro
la some danger that tho special ex
cursion may not bn mado after all.
When onco tho company has mado
arrangements to run the Maunn Kea
on tho excursion, It will hate to do
so whether there ara any passengers
or pot, for the ship la n mall steamer
and tho postofTicc nuthorltlcs have
something to say In Die matter. Thoso
who want to go to Hllo and back for
f 1G had better make haste and com
municate with tho offices of tho
If some enterprising sportsman
wants to furnish a llttlo entertain
ment for tho world-nt-Iarge, he might
mako-arrnngcincnts to charter a few
Japancso sampans and fix up a sam
pan regatta. Under the skilled hand
ling of tho Mlkado'r subjects, tho
sampans seem to tin capablo of mak
ing pretty good spcd. It about ten
of tho boats were to race over, say, u
five-mile course, without sails hut
propelled by sweeps, the contcsi
would certainly furnish plenty ot
amusement, f for tho man on shore.
The manner In which the stocky Jap
anese boatmen lr!o their craft
through the water when wind thcro
Is none, must commend Itself to the
admiration ot any man who likes to
see people work. That propelling n
sampan would be good training for a
fighter who i wishes to develop his
wind there can be no doubt. About
six weeks on the sampan should act
as a sovereign anti-fat remedy. On
the whole, tho S. E. believes that ho
can recommend thn sampan to all
muscle-grinders who are tired of
Probably .In no other part of the
United States does the game ot base
ball hold undisputed sway as It does
In thla Territory, and In Honolulu
particularly, Td be rurc, every 8mall
boy born under tho Stars and Stripes
learna to handle ball and glove Just
about as soon as he can walk, but hla
efforts are usually confined to plaj
Ing one-o'-cnt in pome vacant lot.
When a nine is organized, it Is rare
ly affiliated with any other organi
zation, nnd games are played Just
about whon his majesty the sovereign
Anicrlciin youngster feels the spirit
moo within him. There are usual
ly several leagues ot greater or lesser
Importance In tho lerger cities, but
their seasons are brief and. mrpnt In
the case of professional players. It
would be a difficult matter to keep
the members up to the mark through
a very long series. Certainly young
America In Honolulu is putting tho
mainland-born varkty to shame as
far as tho great American game ot
baseball is concerneJ,
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MADDEN SHIPS HIS
RACERS TO EUROPE
LEXINGTON. Ky., Dec. 1. John
E. Madden today shipped twenty-five
of tho choicest-bred mares at hla
Hamburg place here to New York
und from there they will go to
Trance, where Mr, Madden will cs
tabllsh a breeding plant for trior
oughbreds. With the mares will to
the noted sire Imp. Ogden,
Several mares to go are by Imp.
Sandrlngham, brother to King Ed
ward's two great sires. Persimmon
and Diamond Jubilee.
Next week Mr. Madden will send
Sir Martin and Payette, his two
great money-winners ot the past sea
son, to England to race. I
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SPEEDY STEEDS WILL
GO AFTER HILO MONEY
PROGRAM FOR RACE MEET WILL
Hawaiian-Bred Stock Will Be Well
Represented One Jumper Comes
from Mainland for Hurdle Races.
Japanese Ponies Being Trained
Reports from Hllo indicate that
preparations for tho nig raco meet ou
Jan. 1 nnd 2 nro progressing smooth
ly. There Is every Indication that
tho classes will be well titled nnd
that the entry list will be ot a par
tlcuary enticing grade.
Tho promoters of the meet nto
making pattlcuar airangcments for
tho ovents limited to Hawaiian-bred
horses, and the showing ot steeds ot
Island nativity will -bo particularly
satisfactory to horsemen ot the Ter
ritory. It Is rumored that some very
claBsy animals will be on hand to
uphold the dignity of Hawaii, and
that citizens of tho Territory will
hate no cause to be nshnmed of their
equine representatives. v
The attractive purses which have
been offered fqr tho various oents
will doubtless prove a strong Incen
tive to horse-owners and no pains
will bo spared to havo all of tho
horses that compcto trained to n
point whero they will bo ablo to mako
the best possible showing.
The jumping evonts will bo par
ticularly Interesting. At least ono
steeple-chaser has been brought here
from tho mainland tor the meet and
there are on the Islands some Jump
ers who, horse cxpeits say, nro wor
thy Of competing in almost any com
Tho events for Japancso ponies
promlso to furnish plenty of enter
tainment. Scores of the wlry"' little
beasts are being gotten into training
for the occasion, and the purses will
go to good animals, and not to tho
least bad ot a poor lot, as Is often
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MEETS THIS WEEK
NEW YORK, N. Y., Dec. 1. Prcs
Idcnt P. T. Powers of the Eastern
Baseball League has Issued a call tor
a meeting In this city Dec. 6 ot tha
owners ot clubs ot that league and
of tho American Association to rat
ify and carry out recommendations
presented by the committee appoint
ed at Buffalo a fortnight ago rela
tive to the appeal to tho National
Commission for higher classification.
These two organizations, which bolt
ed the National Commission at its
meeting at Chicago, claim they do
not wish Independence, but took tho
action for tho purposo of securing
privileges they consider essential.
President Harry Pulllam ot tho
National League today declined to
make any statement regarding tbo
Tho National Commission will
meet here next week,
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CHICAGO, HI , Nov. 2. Tony
Caponl, through his manager, Cal
Harris, Is out with a challenge to
Stanley Ketchel for a 'chance at tho
middleweight championship. Mana
ger Harris sajs he will post a suit
able forfeit with any reputablo stake
holder that Ketchel may namo, to
show that he Is in earnest In going
after the match. Harris declares
Ketchel Is mado to order for Caponl.
"Any man that mioses four out of
six punches can't bent Caponl. Ketch
el Is one of these wild Bwlncers. A
clever man can beat Caponl but
Ketchel Isn't clever enough. Papke
has n knockout declion over Caponl
to his credit, but It wbb a fluky
The Italian expects to get a fight
before aos Angelej.club during the
latter pa'rt of next month with some
good middleweight if Ketchel cannot
be secured. He Is willing to fight
Papke or Hugo Jell; to prpvettlfat he
is entitled to a match with the fcharn-
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