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. -. EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTjrf. H.. MOXDAY, OCT. 11, 1909. j '
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BY V. L.
tt was decided at a meeting of the
.Military Athletic Association, which
Jwaa held on Saturday, that the .united
branches ot tho service should hold a
(Icld-day on November 27.
There wits a fair muster of those
Interested In the scheme and much
enthusiasm was shown In the matter.
tThnnkgrvlng Day was at first sug
gested as a suitable date, but It was
toon remembered that another meet
ing was In the air for that day.
Consequently Saturday, Novembe:
27, was selected and It Beems to bt
a good choice,
After some talk a prospectus, set
ting forth the alms of the association
was produced. The document cloarl)
states what the object of thp assoclu
Hon Is and goes to uncourago sport
among the Military people
To show how earnest the different
branches of tho Service are In the
matter, a committee proceeded, as
soon oh the meeting was over, to so
lect a beautiful cup as a perpetual
trophy for tho winning team.
It was decided t that points would
cdunt: five, threo, and one, for first,
second nml third in any event.
,. Winners will receive medals In
token of their victories, and tho date
aild nature of the event will bo In
Schedule of Events.
The events proposed for this first
Track evontB Fifty, hundred, twr
twenty, four forty and eight eight)
yard dashes 120 low hurdles and 22
Field events High Jump, standlm
broad Jump, running broad Jump, six
tecn-pound shot put, slxteen-poum
hammer throw, baseball throw am
Tho Artillery and Engineers are not
In a position to become regular mem
bers of tho organization but all mem'
bers of these branches of the service
will be' Invited to compete .In 'the
events. If they can .arrange to do so
The four branches t of the service
now included In' the association are'
the Marines, represented; by Captain
Campbell: tho FlfthtiCavalry.' repre
seated by ' Lieutenant Gronlnger and
Captain Qulnlan; tho Twentieth In
fantry, represented by l Lieutenant
Bowen, and' tho National ,Quard, re
presented by Colonel Jones. The
president Is Colonel Jones, tho vice
president Is J, O. Carter and Lorrln
Andrews Is secretary.
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Games Are Good
In the Goldsmiths series, the Seals
yesterday defeated the Sunlights by a
tcore of-S to 4. The second game was
between the C. A. A, and Kukul and
was won by tho former nlno by the big
margin of 11 to '4.
The. games were playod at Aala
Park, and a big crowd ot fans rolled
up to'see the play. The games usually
start at 9:30 o'clock, but In the future
a later start will be made and 11:30
has been named as tho starting, time.
The second game will be put under
way at 1:30 o'clock,' add will serve as
a preliminary to the games of the
lllvcrsldo championship, which aro to
Lo played overy Sunday at 3:30 till
the championship Is decided.
Much Interest Is being taken In tho
Goldsmiths Leaguo, and as the play
Is always good the usual crowd of fans
will be sure to attend every Sunday.
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Thero was another "exhibition of
how not to run a horso raco on Satur
day last at Kaplolanl Park. Lady Bcr
nice and SunrUe were the supposed
competitors, but there was no proper
race aB one horso was left at the post
for a while, and on the other Jockey
returning towards the starting place
t'o lino up again, tho frozen one came
to life and dashing -off at a fast clip
won easily. ,(.irii f '
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,Thero was. an Interesting raco be
tween a sea wren and a skiff yester
day, when the Galloping Mary and
tho Pearl competed on the harbor In-,
side courso . Tho objoct ot the race
wan to see how the ballast proposition
worked out. The wren had 250 pounds
of ilg Iron on board, and the skiff had
a crew ot four who weighed altogether
about 450 pounds. Tho raco to the
spar buoy and back proved that the
wren was tho faster ot the two boats,
aaewa a a aaaaaam
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YEE::,CHAN, t. Cft
Xing and Bethel Sti,
Second Series Of
Oahu Ball League
There was a big gathering of base
ball fans at tho Athletic Park yester
day afternoon, when the opening
games of the tsecond series of the
Oahu League were played.'
The-, first game between the J. A.
C. and C. A. C. jilncs resulted in the
Chlneso .'ust managing to oicape be
The J. A. C, bunch made 3 In the
fifth, and 2 in the seventh, and up to
the ninth Inning It looked as if the C
A, C. would be shut out.
However In the last halt of the
ninth the C. A. C, through the brll
llant nlay of Sing Choiur. managed to
make one run, and 'saved the white
With the exception of the C. A. C
every team In the Ouhit League has
uon whitewashed .In at least one
Yesterday It looked as If the Chin
cso would surely' Join the majority
as far as tho shut out business Is con
cerned but, at the last moment, they
saved their bacon, j
Uu account of Clarke not pitching
for tho Kallbls In ho second game,
the Marines were thought to have a
But after tho half-wets had mode
ono in the second, tne Kalinis came
through with one In tho fourth, and
4 In the fifth, and led byta score of 5
Gibson and Anderson did good work
up till the fifth, when a couple of wild
pitches and a passed, ball, together
with a general airship act by most of
.he .Marine, nine, allowed the KallhiS
o make a quartet ol runs.
In the sixth the Marines managed
.o scoie two runs through the agency
jf Hayes and Gibson. The ' score
now stood at S to 3 In favor of the
Kallhls, and Eddie Fernandez, who
was managing the team, began to
look a little worried,
However, the Marines were not
fated to beat the Kallhla yesterday,
and. In the aevanUrllnnlng the Ka
llhls again scored Bbepbard doing
the trick. In the second halt ot the
seventh the Marines also -scored,
nines getting home safe:
With the acore 6 to 4- and the Ma
rines Improving, the game looked
fairly open, and whea 'the balf-wets
added one more to their total In the
ninth, the excitement) was-) Intense.
It looked as If.a'tle might .be made
and people began iq think of that
other remarkable game ot nineteen
Innings which resulted in a tie owing
to darkness setting in., ,
But the Marines could not do the
trick and the one run Iq the 'ninth
was their last effort, the game end
ing 6 to S against them.
Walker for the J. A. C.s made a
remarkable throw when Hoopl, In
trying to throw to second, went wild
away down to the centerfteld.. Hang
Chack was racing home from third
end seemed 'certain to acore, but
Walker, with a mighty heave, ithraw
the ball straight and true to the
catcher; who got Hang Cback before
he could get home. It was one Of
the most wonderful ot throws 'and
Walker well deserved the cheers
that greeted the' performance. '
The official scores were as follows:
J. A. C.
12 3 4 6
Run 0 0 0 0 3
Dase hits ...10 0 11
C. A. C.
1 2 3 4 S
Runs 0 0 0 0 0
Haso hits ...0 1110
Two-base hit. Ross: sacrifice bits,
Che Dul, Ah Toon; left on bases, J,
A. C. 2, C. A. C. G; first base on er
rors, J, A. C. 3, C. A. C. 1; struck
out, by Esplnda 12, by Apau 3; hu
es on balls, off Esplnda 2, oft Apau
3; passed .balls, Hoopll, Che Dul,
Umpire, McIIenry. Scorer, N. Jack
son. Time of game, 1:37.
Runs 0 0 0 14 0
Dase hits ...0 0 0 l'l 1
Runs :.0 1. 0 0. 0 2 1 0 15
Ruse hits ...0 1001201 0 S
SacrUce bit, Thompson; left on
bases, Ksllhl 6, Marines 7; first base
on errors, .Kallhl 4,. Marines 8;
struck out. byKalpo 7, 'by Qlbson 10:
bases on balls, oft Kalpo 1; wild
pitches, Kalpo, Gibson; passed balls,
Moses (2), Anderson (2), Williams.
Umpire, McIIenry, Bcorer, N. Jack
son. Time ot game, 1:32, Attend
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Jack Robinson, who Is well known
to local fight fans, Is travelling with
Uattllng Nelson and may tike a trip
to Australia with the literary light.
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Joe Selger, of Denver, who recent
Itv.fiougbt , a "fast drawi with Tommy
AMffarnrl iwllliimeet 'Joeulllrst at tho
VuewrJthlladelphla Club,' ' Hilil
Angus Wins Manoa
Yesterday at the Country Club,
George Angus won Uie Manoa cup from
a good lot of golfers who put up some
fine scores. Austin White has won the
trophy twice and haa had the oup in his
possession for a long while. Angus,
however, haa taken It from him and
will hold it till next year, when it will
te played for again.
It was an Ideal, day for golf and a
cool breeze made things pleasant for
the players. Lunch was served at the
club house and a large number of mem
bers availed theinselves.of the oppor
tunity to refresh the Inner, man.
Angus was In fine form and sur
prised everybody by the score he put
up In the competition. Most people
were watching GUI and Austin White
and thought that those two players
were the only ones 'In the running for
the cup. ' ' '
Angus, howeverhad made the best
score for the'' first half 83 and fol
lowed It up with 78 ,ln the second,
making a total of Kilj which was no
less than 12 better than his next near
est opponent. , c ' l '
Gill was 11 behind White, and Ed
munds was-fourth, Ave "strokes worse
than Gill. Anguswho before the pres
ent competition, used to play with' a
handicap ot 4',-haa now been put on
the scratch mark, and J. O. Rothwell,
who won the consolation prise yester
day with a score of 78, has also had
his handicap- changed from 17 'to 20,
owing to the good form be showed.
The whole day at the County Club
was enjoyable and the largo number
ot players who turned out had a really
good time. The next event of Import
ance at the Country Club will be tho
foursome, which will take place on
The full scores In the Manoa cup
1st 18 2nd 18. Total
George Angus .... 83 78 181
Austin White ..,. 85 88 173
T. QUI 87 91 184
C. E. Edmunds ,s- 93 96 189
O. L.-8orenson ..'107 91 198
W. H. fiabbltt .. . .-. .- 99, 99 198
A. EL Jordan .'i.. 0ll , 96 201
S. O. Wilder .....lud 104 207
H. A Wilder ......116 93 209
J. A. Wilder, 114 98 210
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Five Good Men
To Run Ten Miles
.Now that the ten 'miles race U al
most a certainty people are beginning
to dope out the chances of the different
iwds In 'the contest. With, Jackson.
Tsukamoto, Corderio, Kaoo and Char
lie in tne race, mere ean o no douot
that a fine exhibition of running will
be given, and that the time put up by
the winner will be better than the
present Hawaiian record, ot 1 hour
and 7 minutes.. -
Anyone! who saw the race over the
ten mites' course between Kaoo and
Tsukamoto, must oe hankering to 'see
the two brought together again. Then
Corderio ran such a good race .that lie
must be given tt One chance of 'beat
ing all the cracks. r
I Jackson, although defeated In tije
last ten 'miles race, must be given a
chance in the coming event, and M he
iqjn ,tottr 'form now than ever h'e
waa, It would surprise nobody to see
the long-distance champion outsprint
the star ien-mllera.
Then game little Charlie, who pad
dles around the track at the same even
gait, and seems to be always' smiling
as he passes the grandstand, will make
some ot the faster' men wonder what
they are' up against when they see him
still running strong when they are feel
ing alt to the badt ( ,
The ten mile Idea la a good one and
people can drop In and, sit In comfort
for an hour or, so, whereas the thought
of squatting for four boura while an
uninteresting Marathon Is being run,
Is "away off' to most people,' !
The Athletic Park people have made
a very fair offer as regards gato
money, and .the pros can hardly do bet
ter than accept The matter' will he
finally settled some time today, and
there seems to be no doubt but what
the offer of the Park people will bo
The Aales, forfeited their game to
the Kewalos yesterday owing to the
Aalas not having a full nine. This
gives the championship ot the second
series of the Riverside League to
the Kewalos. The Kewalo A, C. has
to meet the Aalas, tbe champions of
the first series, In tbe best two out
of three games or tbe championship
ot the league for 1909. Tbe first
game Is to be played at Aala Park
on Sunday next.
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There will be some tun at tbe
Princess rink tomorrow night when
an obstacle race -will take place. All
sorts of obstacles' have been arrang
ed, and the cllmblbg through empty
barrels will be a funny stunt,
Bobby Williams visited a hospital
after his mill with Denny Kaufman
and learned that he has a fractured
rip. This will put Hobby out ot the
gaem tor at least three weeks.
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One prominent amateur athlete
was 'bewailing the fact that his
"manage)'! was not a godd(v"enough
bUHtlklrf M-'get him good ' "expense
money." it Is to laugh. '
Oahu Juniors Are
At the Athletic Park yesterday
morning 'the Oahu League Juniors
played two games of baseball. The
first, between the P. A. C. and the
C. A. C. ended In favor of the former
by a score of 4 to 2. Joe Kurtada
did the pitching for the, Portuguese
nine and handed out a' good brand
v The second game was between the
Mu Hock and Aiiahl, and, after a
close and exciting struggle, the for
mer team won by a score of 8 to 7.
Wan Kal did the twirling for the
Mu Hocks and pitched a heady
game. Chlnlto did likewise for the
There waa a large crowd of fans,
and the gomes were much enjoyed.
The rooting was Immense at times,
and the enthusiasm ran high when
the Mu Hocks and Asahls were tied,
the 'standing ot the Juniors Is as
follows: ' '
P. W. Pet.
I. A. C. 3 3 1.000
Mu Hock 3 2 -.666
C, A. C Jr 2 0, .U0U
Asahti ,.r 2 0 .000
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i " 'World's Seiies
PITTSBURG. Suit 9.1 niai-a.
gardjpg tbe protests of Managor
Fred' Clarka A&ralnat ahntillnc Imrnr
out of tbe woods, Harney Dreyfus
of tbe Pittsburg team, has decided
met 'ritiauurg has won the National
League championship, and has sent
for COntractln&T CArnentpra nml nr.
dered them to rush specifications for
l&.uoo additional seats In Forbes
Field for the world's chntnnlnnahln.
which will bring the seating capa
city up to 60,000 larger than any
other park In the United States.
Dreyfusa haa also requested of the
National Commission that It Bx pri
ces for the 'world's championship
gamea as soon as possible, and he
suggests that, owlnar to tho lnrare
capacity at" Forbes Field, the rates
snouia ue reduced here. Last year
at Chicago some ot the boxes were
13 and the balance all $1.50. "Re
served seats In the grandstand were
82, grandstand admission 11.50 and
general admission li. At nimit
the prices were: Boxes, $2.50; grand
suna, sx; pavilion, 11.50; and gen
eral admission, $1. 4 '
The omission has already ernna nn
record as favoring making the prices
tor tne zs-cent bleachers so cents for
the world's series.
President Drovfna. h1lt. ih-t
this Is a move In tbe right direction.
ana believes that, as Forbes Field
has a larger canadtv than nnv nth.
er In the world, the grand atand
prices should -also be reduced here.
In cities where the stands are small
er tt WOUld feint lia 'alp in ft, nl.vjira
'to make a reduction In these seats.
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Ketchel To Go
' Abroad And Box
' Stanley 'Ketchel 'Is going abroad.
Wlllus Hi lit announcea that he will
take his charge across the pond, and
show tbe Londoners what a real
fighter looks like says an Exchange.
Wlllus will make a tour of the Con
tinent that will take In Ireland,
Wales, France and even Denmark;
If he hears the least sign from the
call of the wild.
Copenhagen Is "all het up" over
the game alnce her two mighty sons,
Battling Oscar Nelson and Fighting
Dick Nelson made good In America.
Brltt says not a word about Lang-
ford. Sam must be recokned with,
or else Ketchel will be accused ot
having too much respect for Lang-
ford s particular style of battle. Ket
chel haa aald, however, that he will
never -tight Langford If he wins from
Johnson during Portola Week.
Ketchel, like a great many ot the
big guns In Flstlana, deplores tbe
fact that a negro ever got the chance
to win the title. Joh n L. Sullivan
was tbe man who made that barrier
popular. In his day a black man bad
no standing with a heavyweight
champion. That was John's pet Idea,
and he never Jumped over the traces,
perhaps saving .himself a whaling at
tbe hands ot that wonderful black
warrior, Peter Jackson, Jim Corbett
had the luck on Peter In this res
pect. 8am la too good a fighter to be
tossed Into the discard. The title
belongs to the man who Is the class
of -the heap; despite what old roly
poly Jawn L. might have thought
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The right name of Pitcher Kull Is
said to be Kolenskl. .No one will
bother about that, It-, Mack's young
twiner can only pltcnskl,
at ' St ,.
Johnny 'arlm, tbhjih'er of lhe
"Italia.. 1-n.. lf..JU'ta.l..l.L.. ,.-.
,( iun wnutuBviaiee mm juu
will be homo from Australia In four
WING ON GHONG
Vrlnv vmir vttntn tie an a'll
dM'rn frunc to your satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire, '
Fo. 0, Box 771,
Beats All Comers
CHICAGO, 111., Monday. WestcVn
golfers are wondering how It nil
haDDened. To have an eighteen-
year-old boy Btep In nnd stow away
tne cnnrnpionsinp or tno west at
Homewood wns not tuken Into the
nrlfii f naii-ilr In l Tlee 1 1 tmial tin
!'" ibvuKiuiufti Jin li flllini UT
said, and all golfers admit the faH,
that "Chick" Kvnnx, of KMgewatef,
won entirely on his merits, lie
plajcd tltle-wlnlng golf and elimin
ated his opponents. That's all that
is left to be said.
"Chick's" victory tins ghen "a
great Impetus to the game among
the ounc8ters. He has shnurn urhnt
a youth can do when opposed to men
older than hlmeelf. It Is true that
the heavier part of the burden fell
on the other finalist. Albert Si-cL-i-i
of Riverside. He met und defeated
two exports like former Champion
D. E. Sawjer, of Wheaton, and
"Ken" P. Edwards, of Midlothian,
last year low score qualifier nt Rock
Island. Hut Evans wns good enough
to conquer Scckel In turn. ll him
done so almost every time they hmu
With his lieW tllte tho u-i-nml In
Importance In amateur golf In this '
country, added to his string. Evans
may well lay back and smile. Ills
rise to the supreme heights has been
ono of gradual growth. Ho really"
started out a couple of jtmrango by
winning the Kdgewater open tourna
ment. Tlint P11I- hn tllur, -n.. ,...!
the Interscholastlc. Western Junior
and, Chicago clmmnlonshlns. ah fmi'r
pf these events wero taken by him
'' aciauii uiau, unit no uuueu to Ills
laurels by scorlni: two 72 In n .i-it
at Onwcntsla during the Muyflonet
"a lur II Illllll Ol 1M,
This season he won tlm Eilou-ntrr
tourney for the third time, but was
unable to complete In the Interscho
lastlc owing to a severe Illness. lie
Intends to olar In nianv mun inn-.,..
ments during tho rest of the yea'f.
iiieiuuiiB me nationnl ot Wheaton.
He will, moreover, trv In n-in ).
city title for the third strnlght time
mm wio iropny which goes with (t.
Ills collection of emblems Is rapidly
frrowlrttt tn thnVi- .. n. ........ n..
-" -- ..... ...... u, ,.,ut unncu u
H. Chandler Kgan. former national
and Western champion. "
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NEW YORK. Sept, 18. After a
conference with Sheriff Foley, John
ny Oliver, manager of the Polq A.
. .... WM Mm wjuia mm were
acheduled to be held last night. The
Bheriif explained to Oliver. that It
would be better policy on the part
of (he club not- to hold bouts so long
u mere is any discussion such as
has followed tho a-nlHn e !..
Ketchel-Langford bout, nnd Oliver
agreed with him.
In Calling off the limit. !!,-,,
Oliver followed out the policy that
obtains among all of the local clubs.
They have decided that the proper
thine tn tin lu i. wnii ...,, ...
.-.. w . ,u nl,,i uut.ii buihd au
thoritative decision as to the legal
ity oi me procedure and rules of
boxing clubs In this city Is given.
Harry Lowln u-h , ., ... ..
at Atlantic Cty, according to n pos
tal received by one of his friends.
Harry was singing "Singing Bird"
on the Boardwalk, and had to repeat
the chorus several times. 'f;
"HARVEST HOME" '"
A GREAT SUCCESS
Tho "llnrvout llnn-A" .ft ,1.- i-i-..-
Hon Arniy Saturday evening, nt which
there was a display of gifts and con
tributions for the benefit of tho cause,
proved attractive and thero was a good
crowd present. Last evening's proi''
gram of music by Juniors and young
1-eoplo was well received and appre
elated. This evening the Army's sjho.
lal effort of Harvest Festival will rnii't
elude by an auction sale pf goods at
ino.Army nan, corner-King and Nun
anu streets. There will hn nn ani'n
fruit, Jams, Jelly, Ice cream and cak'oj
- wura, suuveuirs, snoos, Mats,
neckties, etc., etc. Tho sale will bo
gln at 7:30 this evening. '"
BAUB0AS SHOPS SALE .K
KOT IN CONTEMPLATION,
Mr. F. M. Swanzv. mannsln-r .llm-'i'.!
or of Theo. H. Davles and Co. Ltd,,
and president of the Honolulu Iron
works Co., nrrlved In Hllo on Monday
He told the Herald that It was an ap;
solute colncldenco that Mr. KopkeJ
Mr. Dyer nnd himself had met heo
and that the Idea of the Iron Works
purchasing tho machluo shops of tlio
niiu luuiruiid ,as no nearer com
pletion than t ever had been. It v.'a
true that It had beon talked about
months ago but that was all, but )t '
was not being discussed at the pres
As a' matter of fact thero Is not
business enough here at present Jo v
warrant tlm Iron Works In establish
ing a branch here, though thero may,
be vthen tho Itnllnmil nvtmiHlnn la
opened through to Kukulhaele, an1
mero unaoumeuiy would bo after the
completion of tho Breakwater. .
Superintendent Filler of tho Hli-.' '
Railroad was equally positive on Tues
day that there was nothing doing In
tho line pf tho Tribune's story about
tho sale of tho road's machlnn shnnai
to the Honolulu Iron Worka or to any-''
body else. Herald,