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James J. Jeffries, tho Amcrlcnn
licuvywclght who linn been training
rbr his proposed fight with Jack
Johnson, said In Paris recently Hint
ha hml almost completely recovered
from tho cold which ho contracted
whlie attending tho races. Ho will
sail fur tho United States October 18.
Jeffries, said that ho has been
working hard both nt Carlsbad and
In Paris ami that he Is most anxious
for n fight with Johnson. Ho add
ed, however, that nothing has been
Jeffries expressed himself as dis
appointed nt the meager offer of
Jfif'.OOO for a fight, saying:
I am tho champion of the world.
I havo everything to lose and noth
ing to gain. Theroforo, I won't
want to fight for a purse of less than
SliiO.OOO. That Is tho sum first
proposed, but slnco I havo been train
ing adversaries appear less keen. I
1 1' ievc, however, that t will make u
match as Boon us I reach Now York.
I should prefer to fight In America
rnther' than In Australia, and havo
reason to believe that the governors
of several states would bo willing
to allow it fight to tako place"
Jcffrlcj iiald that ho considered
himself In splendid physlcnl cull (11
"I nm quicker than I vcr win,
li.- added, "and nm confident that I
can lick Johnson."
To friends with whom he dlscuv:
I ll'o fight Jeftrlcs repcntedl lr
declared tho only thing ho feared
was a man with a powerful letl.
Mrs. Jeffries watches her husband
carefully, accompanying him every
where. tt tt a
Old Time Ball
A game of baseball that will ap
peal to all old-time followers of the
sport and provo of great Interest to
present-day fans Will 'bo "p'layed at
tho St, Ignatius diamond, McAllis
ter and Schrader streets, on Sunday,
Oct. 17. at 2:30 o'clock, says the Ex-
amlner,. It's proposed to match two
nines composed of players 'who made
bnsebnll history in this city twenty
years ago, and dpnnte the proceeds
to tho fund now being raised to.wlpo
out tho debt on the Youths' Direc
tory. The rival teams will bo called
tho Pioneers and Havcrloys.
Tho game will bo played under
the rules ln-forcerabou'.1876, when
the batter took his baso on nine
balls and had, tho privilege of call
ing for a high or low ball. Tho
pitcher nlso threw the ball under
hand, and numerous other rules now
to the present generation of baseball
followers will be seen when tho old
timers take the field.
Among the famous players ot
other days who will play for, tho ben
cfllt of Father Crawley's rofuge for
homeless hoys are Judge Hunt, Judge
tirnhatn, Captain Fitzgerald, "Mike"
Finn, "Dill'.' Lange, Charley Goggus,
Dnn lenry, Jim Finn, Hill Harry,
Jack Donoruc, Cjiarlle Sullivan,
Phil Knoll, "Pop" Swott, Jack .ntco
and others whose names wero famil
iar to all baseball fans in tho days
of tho Pioneers nnd tho Havcrloys.
An onorgctlc commlttco has been
appointed to tako chargo of the ar
rangements, tho the following being
Dr. P. 'Dolman, James W. Finn,
William Harry, Oeorgo (Idllaghor, l.
A. White, Nick Prcndorgast, Charles
J. Sullivan, Oeorgo James, William
A. Lango, Dr. John Gallagher, T. I.
Fltzpatrlck, Dr. L. J. McMahon,
John A, Kennedy, Tom Hurke.
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Next Sunday tho Oahu League sec
ond series will bo continued, and
the two afternoon games will be the
Knllhls and J. A. C.s, and tho C. A.
C.s and the Marines.
These two games should be rat
tling good ones ,and from the pres
ent form shown by the players, It Is
hard to say which nines will win out,
Tho Marines play good ball at times,
and then at other times make a mess
of everything they do. N
Tne Kullhls, although wlthout.the
serylces ot Oeorgo Clarke,, last week
managed to hand the Marines a
packago of defeat, and It would ap
pear thut the C. A. C.s, who were
defeated by the Japanese team lust
Sunday, will have trouble In trying
to beat the Chinese nine next Sun
day. Tho usual crowd will ho sure
to he on hand nnd the two games
should he well worth seeing.
To Ron in Kace
With reference to the much talked
of foot raco that seems to bo hang
ing fire so much, It may bo stated
that several men who have not been
prominently mentioned In tho mat
ter are very anxious to run.
-Connie Hayes, the stylish little
runner who, showed .such staying
pewcr nnd speed In tho league
ground Marathon,, called at this ot
flee yesterday and stated that tic was
willing nnd ready, to1 run a ten or
Hayes considers that ho Is not
gottlng a square deal over thoruu
nlng proposition, and claims that
his representative was shut out
from n meeting ot the various run
Owing to his not being able to get
through work till late every after
noon, Hayes has-been unable to at
tend any ot the many meetings that
havo been held lately. However,
Hayes is a runner who Is entitled to
a show In the proposed race, and
thcro nro quite a number ot people
who think ho Is the best ot the
bunch ot local runners. Ho cer
tainly hns fine style and slips over
the ground at an oven gait that does
not tire him much. .
Hnyes stated that he wanted to
get Into the race, so as to show the
public what he can do. and he is not
worried about bonus or any othor
kind of money. -Should "he win or
get second or trlid, there will bo no
kick coming about coin lluyos
simply wunts to show that he Is a
worthy opponent of the much boost
ed trio of peds who "are occupying
tho front ot the stage now-a-days.
Finally, If anyrac Is arrangod,
Hnyes should be given a chance to
run, nnd no nttnmpt.should bo made
.o keep him out of the event. The
lad is as good as any of them and I
.lot as avaricious as- most of the
bunch appear to bo; '
Davis Cup, Players
There will i be a treat In store for
lovers of tennis next Saturday, when.
If time will allow, a match wilt -be
nlaved between McLauxhlln and
Long,, who are going to Australia to
try for tho Davis cup; and the two
local men Oee and Iloth .
j Tho challengers for the world's
double, championship are i strong
players, although the best judges ot
the same In tho States consider that
a, stronger pair might hnvar-Cbwn
mnrtotwlth 'Mexande) In the team,
Norman Ilrooks, the world's cham
pion singles player and holder, with
Wilding, of tho doubles champion
ship, will again, on behalf of Aus
tralia, defend tho title to the much
coveted Davis cup.
As New Zealand wishes tb be rep
resented Individually In tho cham
pionship matches. Wilding will prob
ably not partner Urookes. next
month, and It Is not yet known who
will have the honor ot representing
Australia along with the champion.
Geo and Roth know a good deal
nbout the game and will no doubt
give the mainland players a pleasant
surprise wnon tney see the Kind oi
tennis our men can put up.
1'arker, the ox-New Zealandcr, Is
still In the gamo and plays In most
of tho tournaments between tjio var
ious states of tho commonwealth. Ho.
although not In the first flight of
players, can put up a good gamo at
times, and Is always a trier.
If the Aorangl arrives on Saturday
morning, It will bo arrangod that
tho game between dcc-Iloth and
McLoughlln-lxwg be playod during
tho day, and the eventshould draw
tho largest crowd ever Been ai the
Ileretanla courts. it Is nof every
day that, a pair of players who are
considered good enough to challenge
for tho world's championship pass
through our city. '!- '
Two Australians H, V. Hordorn
nnd P. W. Ilroughton. both of Svdnov
distinguished themselves, for tho
University of Pennsylvania on a tour
in Canada In June. H. V. H. captained
the team and headed both' batting and
bowling averages, scoring-JlS'ruris at
an 'average of 30.33. and securlne 44
wlckcta at 6.67. Somo of the details
of his bowling aro: Five for 36, nine
for 77. eight for 41. nine for 37. and
eight for 33. F. W. Droughton, who
was second In the batting with 156
runs at 31.20, Is an old 'Sydney Gram
mar School boy and a Sydney 'Uni
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. There Is no doubt about the hard
practice that tho football men are
going in for every afternoon out at
tho league grounds. Yesterday aft
ernoon 'no less than 24 players turn
ed out to work and signal practice
was thoroughly gone In for. "
The Town team Is showing up In
fine form, and the High School bunch
will havo lo buck up to have a
chance with their opponents next
Tho team got together yesterday
nnd elected Campbell ns captain. The
election wns unanimous, and It Is
considered that the best possible man
for tho position has been selected.
The captain quickly got his team to
gether nnd In a short time was work-
Ing them out In fine shape, a great
Improvement Is to be noticed in their
concerted play, and tne team as a
whole Is doing good work. I
Most of the players need very lit-1
tlo work to set them In the best ot
condition, but It Is tho signal play
that Captain Campbell Is now work-
In on. and iho men nm ranldiv vet.
tin onto that, branch of thn rimt.
nnd they wilt surprise the Highs
next Saturday. ,
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. McKlnley High School has a good
football team .inri tha mamtuira in
all getting Into shape
Ing gamo.of the season.
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Tho Hola Ala e" Walking dub will
make a trip to Maklkl Valley, next'
Sunday, and a start will bo 'made
from' thn head of Maklkl streot at 2
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, Tha field day for Thanksgiving
Day Is being worked up fine, andi
f spprts;hBS'bes7&r4A&rfThen' his i manager' pulled him away.
nSA,Tfio'''meet " will be1 Conqueror of men by strength of
from 1 o'clock till 6, and during the arm. Jack Johnson, pugilist, has bo
five hours n huge amount of fun and co"10 n conqueror of womon by power
sport will be on tap. f his cli-uy beauty, augmented by
It tt tt
There will be a meeting of the
Oahu Dascball League tonight at
7:30 o'clock. Some Important mat
trs are to come up for consideration
and a full attendance Is requested!
The meeting wilt be held In Chas. r'.
Kddle Fernandez, the well-known
base ball player, Is ready to give his
exhibition of movlna- nlctures at tho,Plnte(1
Orpheum Theater, and, as tha Mara-
Ihon film will be a feature of the,"" plan ot seeking legal separation
show, a big crowd of sports will
surely roll up to help the local fel
low out with his entertainment.
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'The Irish-American A. C. has
picked up a fine distance man In 11.
IJerna, a Cornell sophomore. "Tom"
O'llrlen allowed him ISO yards on
Crowley, and the collegia! finished
22S ahead of the hod carrier.
It Is unfortunate for amatotlr ath
letics that "Charlie" Mullcr of the
Mohawk A. Q. has turned profession
al. He Is rapidly becoming one ot
tho fastest distance runners la
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J. Rlngwnld, who was responsible
for the St. Ann's team In the relay
race at t,he .Catholic Atheltlc League
championship last ' Saturday,' has
Joined' the Pastime A.- O. .He Is de
veloping Into a- speedy iprlrtter., v
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It Is funny how athletic prowess
comes and goes. When Robert Fed-
gron was an athlotlo member of the
w .... mi...'ji.w ...v.MMv, y, ,,,
Now York A. C. he won very few.""'" Z.."'J' ..,' -"...i ", . L .
points. Ho la now winning more
as a "regular" than he ever did be
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The Washington Sporting Club
will reopen on Monday night with
Kyle Whitney and Harry Mansfield
lu tho gnal bout. The club Is under
The Hov, II. K. Peabody, pastor ot
tho Windsor Avenuo Congregational
church, Hartford, Conn., haa resigned
to take Iho pastorate, nt tho South
Congregational church, Chicago.
Because it contains such a high percentage of buttcr-fnt (8'2 per
cent), Carnation Milk will make yo.ir baking wholesome nnd nutritious,
with a rich, nutty flavor, such as you taste in ordinary bread once jn a
. A baker told us he had been using.it in his baking for a month, and
there had been a very perceptible increase in the volume of his businss
during that time.
Use Carnation Milk for baking Bread, Doughnuts, Rolls, Cookies
and all kinds of Cakes, They'll be delicious.
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' Jck Johnson, tho fctniopian
hcavy - wolght champion, entered l'o-
"ce t", wellcr cou" room ,no
other morning for a ono-round go
with" tho' Justice;, and hit the mat
with, n $20 forfeit for trying to Binge
,the pavement ot South Drive, in
Golden Onto I'ark, sayB the Kxam-
testified, that .Jo'huson'a motor " car
was. going at. a high speed and that
f6f'lHe"6pen-.n.hn'Tn'wBr'd t0 u0 careful sev-
"' times oeiore nis arrcai inai om-
urday, but had disdained the warp-
Hefore Johnson had a chance to
land .Judge Weller caught him In
tho financial plexus with n short.
snappy, "You're fined $20, and don t
leflt' happen again."
"Yo" got It nIready,''',replled"John-
son,. thinking, of his 'hall money.
llne alluring pleasures of a Dig nuzz
car, according to his Caucaslon wife,
whose contemplated divorce action
was suddenly withdrawn recently,
when she and her husband kissed
and made up their differences.
The reconciliation was effected In
the law offices ot Judgo Carroll Cook,
where Johnson and his wlfo met at
the solicitation of the attorney;
Terms ot settlement were brief and
" Johnson agreed to abandon
and, Incidentally, a portion of tho
Siberian's earnings In tho shupo ol
alimony, nnd to torget her uusplc-
Ions of hor husband's Infatuation for
the stenographer of Goorco Little,
Johnson's malinger, who Is also
The smoky champion, on tho other
hand, agreed to forswear midnight
drives with tho fair stonogrnphcr
and to glvo no futuro cnuso for
doubting his devotion lo his wife.
Immediately after accepting tho
terms of tho agreement, Johnson and
his wlfo gnvo a realistic Imitation
of kissing and .making up, and. with
a number of friends, left tho offlco
and hoarded the big tonrlng car.
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Harry Davis, lessee of thrco Pills
burg theaters and proprietor of thu
Hlppodromo on tho now Forbes field,
announces thnt ho has Just secured
an option on twenty basoball narks In
tho principal cltlos of tho country Mr
Hippodrome puriioscH next season.
I Tho shows aro to bo opened ns soon
as thn theaters closo, anil a largo Hip
podrome circuit to bn known as tho
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cess which attended tho opening of
thq Hlppodromo In Pittsburg. In four
nights tho Pittsburg venture hatl
cleared all expenses for tho season.
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Danny Murphy says that right
field at 8hiho Park Is tho hardest
In the country to play nn, owing to
the high grandstand. Murphy says
half the tlmo he gels his warning
that a fly Is headed his way by the
shouting of his team mates.
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It is very convenient for the.
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Jim Jtrfferies Is
Jim JpffrlcH will bo bark In his
"aln eountri-c" shortly, says W. W.
NniiEhton. and then thcro will sure
ly bo some Jcftrlcs-Jnhtihiin talk it
business - like ehunictcr. Sam Her
gvr, who stands eloscr to Jirfrles nt
llm prctPiil time than any man In
tlie sintins realm, is going to tho
Atlantic roast to inert .telTrlcs, and
before doing so Sam nll post him
c'lfVa.vfnr h h'J nn on Johnson's'
wisnes add the light Hiuniloii gen-
Jeffries In n recent Interview bo-
moaned tho lack of Klx-dguro bids.
He might havo gone further and com
mented on thn fart that there are nn
bids to speak of not even wild-cat.
offers. This will all be'i'lidngeil no
doubt when Jeffries uud Johnson get
logcmer nun uraw up u contract
that hns something dellnlto about It.
It was made known n few days
ago that Hugh Mcintosh, the Aus
tralian promoter, had met Jeffrie In
Paris and had Increased blii standing
offer of tno.000 to !!, lino,. In nil
Mcintosh's dealings with .IcITrlcs
the Idea has hern routvyed that tin;
Australian has Mmply mndu n Hat
bid for the Johtuon-J'Tirles fight,
and that Jeffries has held his peach
nnd not committal hlm:.clf lu any
way. It Is very evident, however, that.
Mcintosh utibosomA himself moroj
freely when he writes to friends In)
Australia. Here, for Instance, Is nn'
extract from a letter from Mcintosh
published In the Sydney Referee ot
July 28 lust: ;
"I havo received n dellnlto offer
from Jeffries to enter tho ring In (
Ktigland lu eight mouths' tlmo for. a
certain sum of money, win, lose'or,
draw. ThG'ru Ih no doubt lie Is deter-'
mined lo get Into tho ring, and Is Pi ,)
simply a question of obtaining tho- M
best terms ho cull from tho fight i'-
promoters. As I havo offered u to:)l (
thousand pound purse, and as this; i;
bid bus not been approached by any' 'j
legitimate .bidder. It still stands as ,
tho highest offer made, ami Is nc-I ' .'ij
kuowledgcd no In Kngland and Amcr-j .
Ira, ami 1 am therefore not needing'! , V
to his demands for n fixed sum, win, '
dinw or hwo. Thn ton thousand..' ,".'
pounds Ih for thu fighters to illvlifo'" fl
ns they think lit. It will bo tho si
largest purte by thousands that hn8- jtt
over been offered, nnd I will not rclvosv-.
ono penny more." ';, '&'
As Mcintosh has Increased tho of-', " $
for to 1.16,0110, ho must havo changed J.-rtf
his mind nbout not giving una pen- '.' $
uy moro. fcJ'
lltlf. Whoever ltenril tlinl Jf.rTrlnd .
wiiH'felicklng out "for n certain sunff,. t
of money, win, losa or druwj" And ;
when was It made known Unit Joir-
rles was dickering for n fight lu IJng. f
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