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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY 8E'PT.'2l,',fi69 '
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BY V. I. STEVENSOIT.
IN FULL SWING
MAINLAND UNIVERSITIES AND CLUBS ARE NOW ENGAGED ON
GRIDIRONS PROSPECTS, OF GAMES VERY BRIGHT ARMY
AND NAVY MATCH WILL END SEASON.
Football will I'onio Into its own
next wcels, ays tlm World of Sept.
H, uml with the candidates fur thu
Mi; iilllcgo teams uml many of the
i.iii.i I Ut uiiuh answering tlio llrst call
for practice, the molo-sUIii-ehid col
loglnn will begin n long neuron of ac
tivity after a rest up of sumo months
from tho strenuous gnine. College
gridirons from ono end of tho coun
try to tho other will echo to tho
umnck uf boot on leather uml tho
thniits of snundroiiH of coaches uml
piiMpcctlro 'varsity men.
I'ntctlcii'lly nil it tho big unhorsl
lliu will have their men 11111110 field
for luclluiluary work next we'elc. lie
lore tlm end of tho month the pre
liminary gnmo season will hnvo
iitarlcd. l-'roni then until tho Army
nml Navy gnmo nt l'liltadclihla
ilraws tho. curtain on tho Intorcolle
glato Reason for the year, tho 'life
of tho football candidate will bo a
llgorous one and It will tnlto 11 vlg
01 mis youngster Indeed to Rtand the
fctrenitoua course of training ninpped
nut by thcrtiachc3.
I'lrst pracllco ut Ynlc Is scheduled
for Hept. 20.' This week, however,
the string of Yule quarterbacks will
report ut Orecnpolnt, L. I., to De
wltt Cochran. Tho quarterback slt
ttatlon will bo dltcusscd and Bomo
light preliminary work done'. Corey
French and Johnson will bo aiming
tho members of tho team to spend
11 few days with Mr. Cochran. Some
of the Harvard players' .will busy
thciiisclrcif with light work this week
on tho lludfcon with Capt. Klsh.
Work nt both Now Unycn uml Cam
bridge will be well under way beforo
tho end of tho mouth,
Carlisle will get' an, early start
this year. Tho Indians will play
practically thu openhig game of tho
ticnsuii with Lebanon Valley on Sept.
-'3. Tho following Saturday tho In
dians meet Vlllanuvn. rcunsylvniiln
plnys Oetlyjburg on the SDtli. None
of tho other big teiuus pluys until
Sept. 29. Vale, Harvard nml Penn
sylvania nro nil scheduled to play
on that day. Yalo will bo opposed
by Wesleyun, Harvard by Hates and
l'onn by Urslnus.
Tigers First Game Oct. 2.
Cornell and Princeton usher .In
their season's scheduled on Oct. 2.
Tho Tigers will clash with Stevens
Institute, and tho lthncans will moot
llcnsualacr Poly. Yalo and Syracuse
will meet nt Now llavon mid IC thu
up-Slntera hnvo 113 good u (cam us
last year an Interesting game Is ex
pected ut Now Haven by football ox
perls. West Point will also play Its
first game uf thu season against
Tufts, nnd Harvnri will lock hoins
Yale, Princeton nnd Harvard may
ull hnvo dlnieiilty on Oct. 9. Yalo
meets tho Sprlngllold Training School
011 that date, and thu Oraugo nnd
llluck will tacklo l-'ordhum. Har
vard and Williams nro scheduled to
meet. A week later Is tho Yalo and
AVest Point gajno. Tho cadets havo
ness with an
pand iust as
No business is
u tailing ljiu
1 vvc unman a
t uuy 1111 Tci;uc&t.
a I way 8 been a tlmrn In llio side of
tho Now Haven cloven, and n great
struggle la looked for on thu bluff
overlooking tho Hudson, (lotliam
football faiia will hnvo 1111 opportun-
Ity that day of witnessing 11 gnmo
In New lork between Syracuso and
Swnrthmoro und I'ordham will
nold tho boards hero tho following
Saturday, while further up tho river
West Point nnd Lehigh will light it
nit. Yulo will meet Co Kate at New
Haven; Cornell will play Vermont;
ilrown nnd Harvard will meet on
Joldlers' I'lcld; Princeton will play
f.afayctto and Pennsylvania Statu
mil tho University of Pennsylvania
Iloth tho Army and Navy will op
pose foes worthy of their steel on
Oct. SO. The former will meet Har
vard nt West Point and Princeton
ml tho Mldiller will
Jlsputo nt Annnpotls.
Tuesday Now .York University nnd
Weslcynn will play on Ohio Field,
N'ew York, Cornell nnd Harvard
play at Cambridge on Nov. 6 und
Ynlo plays ilrown tho snmo day Dart
mouth nud Princeton play, and Penn
sylvania and Lafayette. S-racuso
will make tho' trip West to play Ml-
Big Games in November.
l'rlncetoii und Yulo open tho bis
game series on Nov. la ut New Ha
ven, und" tho following Saturday
Harvard and Yalu will meet. The
lVet.t will Invade tho East tho same
Jay, when Chicago and Cornell play
at Ithaca. Tho University of Michi
gan will also play in tho East, and,
while tho Chlcagoans nro playing up
In Ithacn. "Hurry Up Hill" Yost's
men will bo playing Pennsylvania in
Qmikcrtown. Cornell nnd Pcnn play
on Nov. 25 nnd Syrncuso und Ford
ham play In New York tho samo day.
Syracuse plnys Illinois tho preceding
From tho schedules arranged by
tho several big colleges this year
thero seems to bo more likelihood of
selecting tho championship tenm
thon was the case last season. Har
vard und Pennsylvania wore thought
by tho majority of exports tho best
Intcrcoltcglnto tennis of 190S,' but us
they didn't piny a. match gnmo ami
met only one common foe, it was
hard to dctermtno on figures which
was tho belter. Iloth Harvard and
tho Quakers played tho Indians ill
Cornell and Ilarvaril will plnyj
Ihls year, uml give somo basis for
llgures In thu event of u situation
llmil.ir to hist xeur arising. Ynlo,
Dartmouth nnd Cornell nro 011 tho
Harvard schedule Oils season und
Pilncclon nnd Harvard tiro on tho
Yalo Kchriluh). Princeton meets Dart
mouth nnd Pennsylvania plays Cor
nell. It Is more than likely that
with such u schedule of games ono
nf the tennis will hnvo soino claim
to u championship tltlo nt tho cinl
o fthn reason.
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Intersection football will tnko a
boom this' fnll, 'Chicago nnd Cornell
will play their tccond mm mil gnmo
nt Ithncu, while Hyi acute will .play
two games with Western colleges.
The Syrncuso cloven will make tho
trip lo Ann Arbor to play Michigan,
and Chicago will como East to meet
Syracuse. Tho University of Penn
sylvania and Michigan will meet for
tho fourth' llmo.
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How The Fight
NEW YOltK, September 10.
Stanley Ketchcl, middle-weight
champion of America, will nut niako
11 cyclonic rush at Sam Langfurd,
tho stumpy-neck pugilist from' Boa
ton, tomorrow night, in the ring' of
tho Fairmont Athletic Club, und
Lnngford wilt nut retaliate with n
series of Bleep-producing hooks and
The (initials of tho club this after
noon nnn'ouncrd that (he bout hau
been dcclnreil off, nnd fighters, mann
geis and trulm'rH must sccl' pastures
now, perhaps Pittsburg, in which to
exploit their peculiar talents.
Tho prevention of this bout, which
hns attracted attention all over tho
world, was duo directly to tho Inter-
.volition of Governor Hughes, who dl-
reeled District Attorney Jerome, Po
lice Commissioner llaker und Sheriff
Foley to sec ot it, that the law was
"I shall insist," said President
Cllbsou of tho club, "that I would bo
well Within tho law In bringing off
tho contest, but rather than subject
my patrons to thKiiunoyanco ot 11
clash wllli the police I decided to
waive my rights ami abandon tho
That tho ncl'lon means n revival of
tho literal enforcement of tho law
against boxing wns further Indicat
ed tnnlcht. when thu mummers of
tho Longncro Athletic Club, ut a hint
.fi - oin tho iiollco nutliorttleS. announc
ed that a ten-round bout between
Young Corbctt nnd Martin Howan
had been called off.
Th;rc Is no possibility of nrrnngo
ments being made to hold tho Kct-
chel-Langford bout at nny other
time or place, as Ketchcl tonight re
ceived a telegram summoning him
to Icavo at once for tho Pacific Coast
to prepare for his fight- with John
son on October 1 2th,
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Polo Game Talk
. NEW , YOltK, September 13. In
ternational polo promises to stir up
considerable rivalry next summer, ns
bcvcrnl cities will endeavor to ob
tain tho matches. ' Slnco tho suc
cess of the American team In Eng
land, Newport hns mado a bid for
this big sporting event. ' Philadel
phia, with three polo clubs nnd splen
did fields, ulso wants it, us well ns
Nnrragansclt Pier nnd New York
and tho outcome will bo watched
with interest. Nothing of Import
ance Is likely to trnnsplro beforo
Harry Payne Whitney, captain ut the
American learn, returns to this coun
Newport has many advantages,
but Its cxcluslvcncss Js Its prinpipal
drawback. J. M. Wnterbury Jr.,
Lnwr6nco Watorbury nnd De'vereaux
Mllhurn, members of the American
polo team,- nro known to bo' partial
lo Newport, and will probably hnvo
much to sny regarding tho selection
of tho Held for tho International
matclies. Alfrod (), 'Vanderlillt, pre
sident of thu Westchester Polo Club;
ltcglnnld C. Vanderlillt and It. Liv
ingston Ueeckman, who nre ofTlcers
of tho club, will work to obtain tlia
prize, mid tho fact that A. (1. Van
derlillt Is lirothcr-lii-lnw lo Hurry
,1'uynn Whitney Is expected to Inllu-
leneo tho hitter's decision,
' Tho polo grounds nt Newport oro
too far from tho residential portion
in a busi
that are '
and Steel ex
of paper, from
of the town, and In addition the re- j tic Matenicnt "Now, 'Watson, I
cent polo tournament nt- Nowportjhavo tioj- got 'money to burn,, bit,lf
was far from successful. Ily holding 'it Is going to make her go one "see;
tho matches at Newport tho public
Would be barred, as only 11 few could
afford to make tho long trip to tho
Tho agitation nt Nurrngnnsctt Pier
hns nssupictl formidable proportions.
It Is asserted by1 Eugene S. Regnal
nnd other players that tho accommo
dations nt Nnrragnnsctt arc better.
the attendance would be larger, and,0'1 hr thcse lwo voro 'locals Sir
the general facilities' ahead of New- T'"""n h'ued still another dial
port. Tho hotel accommodation at '?nB0. '" V09' Uo nKn,n K't"1'"1
Newport Is not lii tho liking of tho ! 'D .,lcs ?m"f" ,ho "cw ""J!".
l.lnvor- hn'.,lnl ..!,.. Inl Ihrffl11'- Mr- Will"! Fife, Of Hlllrlle.
players, who point to- the fact thcTt
with a largo attendance from other
places Newport would not bo nblo
lo nttend to the visitors.
Another Important factor Is tho
gcncrnl public Interest, nnd to satis
fy this the matches could bo played
on Van Cortland Park, or, else In
Philadelphia. No moro satisfactory
field could bo selected than Van Cort
landt Park, bath for playing nnd at
tendance. A Bcrles of international
matches there would attract the big
gest crowds that ever attended polo
matches in tho United States.
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LIPTON TO TRY FOR CUP AOAIN.
Tho authoritative report Hint Sir
Thomas Llptoh Is about to send nn
other challenge to tho Now York
Yacht Club has aroused the greatest
Interest, nnd all llrltishcrs hope that
the plucky sportsman will bo suc
cessful in this his fourth attempt to
win tho Cup, says the People's Week,
ly. Sir Thomas Is a man who nover
admits jlcfcnt In any contest for su
premacy In which ho engages. Indo
mitable pluck nnd ceaseless pcrsor
veruncn nro tho lending characteris
tics of his nature, unit hnvo carried
I1I111 successfully through most ven
tures in his life.
lie has had three great trials of
strength' with America, and orr:ach
occasion has only come off second
best; but wo cannot doubt that hav
ing onterwl Into this contest for tho
possession of tho "America Cup,"
air Thomas will nover rest until he
has crowned his effort with success
or. convlnrcd himself that tho task
is nbBolutely Impossible. For ono
thing at least Sir Thomas hns mado
himself tremendously popular not
only in England' but nlso in America
over these races, and If the Cup Is
to change 'handsthere is no man In
tho world that tSo Americans would
rather see taking away thq inucli
covolcd prlro than Sir Thomas Llp-
In 1899 Sir Thomas Upton first
entered tho lists, nnd by his wonder
ful act, great good nature, and his
truo sportsman instincts, established
tho best relations between Ilrltuln
und America with record tu the com-
petition for possession of the Ame-
rlca Cup. In making tho arrange
ments with the American representa
tives Sir Tlibrau's Llpton wrote "I
unvo 100 nign nn opinion of our
American cousins to seek to mnko
uny tonus. Whut they may propose
I shall accept ns generous measure
of our rights." As everybody knows.
Sir Thomas lias mado no less than
threo separate attempts to lift tho
Cup, ull of which hnvo been success
Ills first attempt was In 1899 with
Shamrock I, designed by tho famoui
Mr. William Fife of F11III0. It wns
built by the Messrs. Thornoycroft at
Chiswlck, and Captain Hogurtli was
entrusted with tho supreme com
ninnil uf the ship. This contest of
1&99 Is notable because of tho fuct
Hint there were no less than tcven
fruitless attempts to mako n rnco,
becauso of tho want of wind. In
these futllo drifting mutches Sluim-i
lock I .showed herself .tobo ns, fast
us nor American opponent Columbia
In fact sho often oiitinaneuvcrcd
and outplaced her rival. Thcso dei
lays we're rather annoying, but Sir
Thomas,' although it must have been
codling him it grcnt many extra
thousands of podnds, took It all In
tho best of humor.
When sufficient wind did come.
Shamrock I was fairly and squarely
hcatctt. Hut If Sir Thomas did not
win tho 'Cup, he won tho ndnilrn
tlou nml respect of tho American
people nnd press. When ho loft for,
luimo ho got a great 'ovation, und
was presented, with u "Loving Cup"
ns a token of good will from tho
In Mny 1900, Mr.Choatc. tho Amo
rlcau Ambassador to llrltnin, pro
eontcd tho "Loving Cup" to Sir Tho
mas at a banquet- held In the Hotol
Cecil, London, in Ills reply of thanks,
Sir Thomas snld "Tho recollection
of American kindness will remain
with mo while memory lusts. 1 hope,
however, I am not expected to re
main content with this cup!"
An amusing story reveals Ameri
ca's regurd for Sir Thohias, An Ame
rican sailor came up to him In tho
freo nu'd easy manner of the New
World, nnd said, "Tom, you're a good
fellow; you're the' whitest IMsliman
I know. Havo nn Amcrlcnn cigar1!"
In 1001 Sir Thomns resolved to
havo another try for the Cup. This
llmo Mr, Watrnn was tho designer,
and Messrs, Denny, of Dumbarton,
woro the builders, nnd Captain Sy
camore, of llrlghtllngsea, was chos
en as skipper. In his Instructions to
Mr. Walton, his designer, Sir Tho
mas made tho following; cliaractcrls-
ond f.ister, you ran shovel
flvoi pound nnlcs!
As to his ke-ond nttcnint wn hnvo
only spaco to say that the good han
dling of Colitmhln nnd tho serious
errors anil decidedly Inferior han
dling of Shamrock II, wer6 tho chief
factors In leaving the Cup safe in
America. Fur from being dlscourng-
and tho building to Messrs. Denny,
6f Dumbarton, wfillo Captain Wrlngo
was chosen to command the new ves
sel. Tho Amerlcilft defender wns
r-nllod the "Itellance," which wns
universally admitted to be tho swift
est nnd the most powerful ot nil
sloops from tho Ilcrrcshoft yards.
Captain Ilarr was again sailing mas
ter. Tho first af this scries of races
,was run on 2Sd August 1903, und
proved n victory for llcllnnce, and
tho rest of the races ended In tho
samo way. Itcllnncc proving the
vlcior on every occasion, nnd so
bringing to a close Sir Thomas'
third attempt to win the ntuch-cov-ctcd
The expense of thcso threo con
tests In America must hnvo been
mormons. Euch of the yachts can
not have cost less than $500,000,
making a total of $1)500,000, and It
you Inoludc Sir Thomas' personal ex
penses In taking out the Erin, en
tertaining, and tho thousand nnd ono
other expenses of such huge under
takings, $2,noo,000 docs' not 'cover
his iotnl outlay In his patriotic en
deavors to "lift tho Cup." It has
been calculated that In his third At
tempt alone Sir Thomas Llpton had
at his command, no, less than 33 dif
ferent craft, Including rowboats arid
launches; while to man this fleet
there, wero C captains, 2 navigating
officers; 2 pilots, ono naval archi
tect, ono doctor, 2 scccrtnrlcs, 2 ste
nographers, 3 messengers, nnd 19S
hands In the way ot seamen, engi
neers, firemen, rooks, etc. His want
of success' must have been n .very
great disappointment to Sir Thomas.
but ns we knew bo would, he :ht
borncMils disappointment with tho
best of grace,
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BIQ LOWELL RACE.
Ccnrgo II. Kobcrtson drovo his
Simplex car 31S miles to victory on
September 8, over tho Merrlmnc vnl
ley circuit and left trailing zchlnd
or out of commission sixteen other
aspirants for the Lowell trophy In
the second national stock chassis
Kobcrtson maintained a speed ot
fit. 2 miles nn hour, six-tenths bettor
tlinn tho average made, by Lewis
Strang winner of Inst year's race.
His total time" was flvo hours fifty
two minutes and two-fifths seconds.
Moro than twenty minutes after
Robertson iiad flown over tho finish
lino A. Poole; driving tlio Knllun Is-otto-Fraschlnl,
flashed under the
wire In second placo, having jumped
Into that position on the Inst lap.
B. 'If. Parker, In n Elat, captured
third money, and Charles Ilnslo, In
a nennult, finished fifth. '
Nearly 100,000 persons snw Kob
crtson and Herbert' Lytic tight It out
for the' lead In -tho first eleven laps
of the 10.C mile circuit.
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TEAM BEACHES T0KI0
TOKIO, September 10. The base
ball team of the University of Wis
consin, which salted frnm Kentfle
tliron Wppkn nan fnr n tmir nt t lin I
Orient, has arrived hero and been
given a most cordial reception, Tho
Amorlcuns will play several mati
games with tho. clubs of various Ja
panese colleges,- Including tho team
of the Imperial University at To-
CHICAGO, September 16. Tho Na
tional llahoball Commission met hero
today in tho office of President K. II.
Johnson of tho American cLuguo to
discuss Jlentatlvo schedules und plans
for tho world's championshlp'scrics
between tho winners ot tho pennants,
In the National and American lea
I making up ten'tntlva schedules
for tho big series four clubs wero
Vonsldtred Pittsburg and Chlcngo
In the National Lcngiij', and , Dcfrolt
und Philadelphia lit the American.
Tlio schedules jvoro drawn up, but
tho right ,one only will bo aniiounc
cd, nnd that nf ten tho winner In each
lengun Is determined.
Tho question of a successor to Pro
sldent John llcydlcr of tho National
Lcaguo in handling tho world's se
ries was ulsoi considered. When
Harry Pullinm was president ot tho
league, Hcydler and Hobcrt Mcllny
pocrotary of tho American league,
took char go ot the business details
of the fcrles, Secretary Charles Wil
liams of thu Chicago Nationals will
probably succeed lloydler In that ca
pacity. o i
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