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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T I!., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1C, 1905.
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HIGH SCHOOL AND ALIIOLANI
WILL MEET IN PRACTICE
. .the AUTOMOBILE WORLD
Sfx-'nutomotlle taxlcabs have been
ordcrcil (or Beivlce In Heading, Pa.
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' 'The Bavannth Automobile Club has
decided to dotote the proceeds from
lio Grand t'rx race to advertising
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Game Will Mark the Opening of In- , "J than twenty-ive dealers naio
teresting Series College Team linlfled their Indention of partlcl-Ni-ur
firUnlrailrm hut It. Membritlng In til St. Louis show, set
Are.Enthusiastic New Games Likely fta-Feb. is yolnduslve.
en,mr f it, ininrhf,ii np,ir A .campaign for better roads anil
will roceho a start this afternoon. Tho streets -Is bclig waged with much
Lmmx nf ilm lltch School nnd Alllolanl.fc.arncstness nnd some success by tho
College will meet In n practlco game
on tho league grounds at 3 o'clock
Tho Alllolanl team was organized but
recently, but Iho bos are ambitious
nnd will bo out to make a showing this;
There Is a general feeling among the
reboots that a series nf soccer games
should bo plaecl. It Is not unlikely
that today's gnmo may result In call
ing tho attention of the Institutions
that hao been backward In the' mat
ter, to tho necessity for cooperating
wild Alllolanl nnd tho High School lu
arranging n'regular series.
Though but n practice game, this
iifteruoon s affair will doubtless at
tract n goodly aggregation of fans,
anxious to get a lino on the form of tho
Is Out Of
There will be io McFadden-Nclson
fight. Young Nelson has retired from
the ring, and bus taken up the leafi
ttrenuous, but moro danger" n occu
pation of chauffeur That put htm out
oMIie figuring as far as any contest
with the red headed one In tl e linu.od-'
late future. Is concerned.
Tljero has as )et como foiunrj n
ambitious) youngster, anxious to tal'o
his chances against the Afcrndden
fists, and unless somo malirlai U
brought in from tho malnlatic on one
of tho Bteamers due to arr'vu within
tho next week, thero wll' not bi much
doing In the pugilistic world until the
Hon. Joel Cohen returns from the
McKaddcn Is willing and anxious to
flgjit, and Sullivan Is ready to pro
mqjo. ncoujest. 11 lit there tl-u matter
Medal Play At
Promptly ut 10 o'clock on Sunday
morning next, the entries will bo
ilosed for tho last tournament of the'
year ort tho links of tho Oahu Country.
Club. The event will bo a medal nlay
handicap tournament and will doubt-
less uttract many golf enthusiasts,
nnxlous to take part In the final pluy
of tho year.
Two prizes will bo offered, one for
Iho best net score, and one for tho
best grobs showing. Tho entries will'
closo promptly at 10 o'clock at tho,
lub house, and any who arrive after
that tlmo lll bo very likely to'flnd
thcinsehcs shut out or the play. H
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Pex Month
He Would Walk
J. A. McLeod, automobile driver, has
them all up and doing In the line of
walking challenges, for ho wantB to
Irudgo the weury way around the Is
land of Oahu.
Not any ordinary pleasure Jaunt
does Mao plant no, no, far bo It from
his idea to take his own sweet time,
he is out for a record. Thero Is a roc-
trd for tho fastest walk around the
Island, but whether or not Aloxanderi
Humo ford holds It is not known. '
Last night Mcl.eort strolled up, nnd
down Hotel street challenging every-'
one ho met, but as jet ho has not been
ublo to find nnyono who would tako!
his challengo seriously,
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The Scranton, Pu., Automobile-"
ClUb Is pushing a pioject for the
construction of a State roadfrnm Its."
lumio tlty to the Delaware Water
(lap, a favorite scenic bpot with east
ei ii tourists.
Nor'folk," Va , Automobllo Club,
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- Pling for tie Detroit show on a
more .extensive scale than ever be
fore, are well inder way. It will be
held cither In December or January.
Knccurnged by the success of Its
recent" threc-tny racing meet, the
prut. of that length ever held there,
St. Louis molorlsts are planning to
make-It an mnual event.
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rrA'comblnaton of automobile man
ufactories of the country with a cap
italization of 130,000,000, Is report
ed itQ .be contemplated by J. Plerpont
Morgan, the Now York financier.
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The Quaker City Motor Club of
Philadelphia will hold Its annual en
diiranco run in Jan. 1 and S from
Philadelphia to Wllkesbarrc and re
fijrn, a distance of about 307 mlle3.
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.Montreal nutorlsts are urging the
City Council to construct an auto
speedway alotg a Dve-mlle aqueduct.
Tlic Vea Is put forth that If such a
speedway were constructed there
would bcilest fast driving on the city
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The Lgcheineiot naming the nights
at shows, as .planned .for the Palace
bhow In New York. Is being consid
ered In a dumber cf other, show cit
ies.. " "Arnty 'and Navy," "Society,'"
and "Municipal" arc the most popu-
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Exactly what will be the form ct
competition for the Vanderbllt Cup
In- HJ09,ls yet undecided. It. may be
a "national" contest for racing cars,
but another suggestion would make
It n fall event'of the stock cars chas
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Charts J. (Hidden of Boston Is
planning to complete his world tour
of &9.000 miles started in London In
1901, next year by drives In Spain,
Portugal, Tuns, Algeria, and Tripoli.
He"has ali'eady driven 45.B28 miles
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According to the actual llgures, the
number of exhibitors at the national
show in Madison Square (larden has
cr,eascd 100 per cent, since 190S.
Iff- the same period the amount of
Hqor space utilized for this show In
jJTadlson Square Garden has Increased
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aV'" SPORTING EDITOR
Tho walking .raco fover which has
ttruck Honolulu nilpht Just u well be
made useful. Tho suggeilloi. ihut tho
next contest might bo a "hiking'
match from hero to Halelwu is all
right us far ns it goes, but It we? hard
ly fur enough. Why not ir.eat.ure off
a 0-milo course nnd maku the tramp
Tho offlcors at tho Naval Station arc
daily expecting advices from Washing
ton Informing thorn that tho walking
test for naval officers nan beau ordered
by tho President. Unofflrla Informa
tion Indicates, that tho oidcr will he U
Aibd 'soon and ovciy msll from tho
nlalnland Is scrutinized carotully, lest
the dread order arrho. ,
Now'thrf 50-mllo walk might bo made
not only bearable but Intoieeting for
our, nation's defenders, wvo It partlc;
Vjialed in by a few of our local men ol
TEAM WILL MEET
KALANIANAOLE TIE WILL
PLAYED OIT SUNDAY
Three Teami Now Head List With.
Same Percentage ind Contest Prom
ises To Be Battle Royal Low Nines
Will Alto Meet
Sunday afternoon the high teams of
tho Kalantanadle League will meet at
Aala Park In one grand struggle for
i-uprcniacy. Tho Aalas and the Chin
cso Athletic Club aro now tied for
first place, each having ptajed four
games and won thicc of them. The
White Sox arc also In the same cute
gory. Tho first oent of the day will be a
contest between the Japanese Athletic
Club and the Twilight Athletic Club.
Tho Twilights are at the foot of tho
list, having lost four straight games,
while the J. A. C men hao one vic
tory to their credit.
That the fight between the C. A. C.
nnd the Aalas will be n battle rojal,
goes without sajlng. Uoth teams aro
confident of lctory, yet each appreci
ates tho strength of the other. Tho
winner of tho game will be ready to
try conclusions with the White Sox.
Bach of the flvo teams In tho rta
lanlanaolc League has now played
four games, tho three high teams
huvo a percentage, of ,7D0, tho J. A. C.
Ftands .2G0, while the Twilights have
three zeroes opposite their name.
LOS ANOEI.E8, Cal , Dec. 15. The
Papkc Kelly fight tonight resulted In a
Billy Papke was knocked out by
Stanley Ketchel In San Francisco a
few wceks'ago.nftfer having'won from
Ketchel in Ixs Angeles a few months
before. Kclley -fought a draw with
Tommy Durns In 1905, beforo the
champion 'entered the heavyweight
class. Kclley has made an excellent
showing -agalnBt some ery good men,
having defeated Philadelphia Jack
O'Drlen In a 10 round mill at Indian
upolls n 1905.
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RACING SEASON ENDS
LONDON Eng., Nov.'28.-Tho flat
lacluji season came to an end this af
ternoon, with the American jockey,
Danny Ma her, heading the list of
winning jockeys, He bad scored a
total of 139 firsts, Including the lat
race in which he rode. Wooten was
becpnd with 129 firsts.
Bulletin Bttsiaest Offle Phone 269.
ulletii Edifwial Bfeea Thoae 165
mighty feats and feet.
Paymaster .Hornberger, U.S. N.,
and a local purveyor of sporting news,
would make a One pair to iilt the lint
and dusty road on a nice warm after
noon. A naval Burgeon marching along
In line would proo very convoutent In
case tho sun should prove' too much
for somo of the contestants. Civil En
gineer Parks, with his long owlnglng
strides, would probably nmke Dick
Sullivan unllmhi'r himself and get
down to business, while Lieutenant
Commander Moses would also bo elig
ible for the open class.
On tho whole, the Idea Is a most
meritorious one and tho plan might be
worked out to tho groat advantage, of
all concerned. Finishing wth tho win
ning bunch would doubtless demon
strate, beyond chancb of dispute, nn
officer's fitness to draw plana for tho
locating of a naval harbor, (.r to com
mand a battleship In action- The 50
mllo tranlp would certainly bo ubout
as lino a chunk of the strenuoiM life us
any one could ask for,
Several suggestions heve boon of-
fored for tho next walking rncc, but
tho foregoing certainly h all the ear
marks of genius.
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