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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., THURSDAY. SOW 18, 1909.
National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
The creat NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
waukee, Wis., October 15-24. and in keeping with the in
variable results since "ALPHA-DISC" DE LAVAL CREAM
SEPARATORS went into use all the HIGHEST BUTTER
and CREAM awards went to DE LAVAL users, in this lat
est representative contest, which included the exhibits of
nearly one thousand of the best butter and cream produc
ers throughout the country.
The three highest awards in the CREAMERY BUT
TER class all to DE LAVAL users were as follows:
A. J. ANDERSON, Otisco, Minn Score 97
THOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score 962
A. L". OESTRICH, Watertown, Wis Score 96
The highest award on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 94'2 a DE LAVAL
The highest award in the CERTIFIED CREAM contest
was to 0. Van B. Robsrts, Highland, N. Y. Score 99 a
DE LAVAL user.
The highest award in the CREAMERY PATRONS con
test for hand separator cream was to 0. B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 932 a DE LAVAL user.
Full details of all the entries and scores have not yet
been made public, but there is no doubt that the vast ma
jority of all exhibits scoring 90 and above will prove to
have been DE LAVAL made, as heretofore.
Incomplete reports have been received of highest but
ter awards at the varicus STATE FAIRS this year, but
practically all of them have been to DE LAVAL users, in
cluding particularly New York, Indiana, Michigan, Mis
souri, North Dakota and South Dakota.
As has been said before, the separator does not of itself
insure the making of the best butter, but the superior me
chanical and sanitary bowl construction and low speed of
tlie DE LAVAL separator indisputably enable the produc
tion of better cream and better butter under the same con
ditions than can possibly be made in any other way.
This is something that even the most enterprising and
resourceful of those who seek profit through the manufac
ture and sale of would-be competing separators never at
tempt to explain or deny that practically all the best
butter, as evidenced by the higher awards in all represen
tative butter contests, is and hasfor more than twenty
years been made by users of DE LAVAL cream separators.
Hence the great advantage to every DE LAVAL user in
having the separator that not only makes the MOST but
the BEST cream and butter, is the simplest and easiest
machine to use and lasts an average of twenty years
against from two to five years in the case of all others.
A DE LAVAL catalogue helps to make plain the
reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttermaking
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I jjy SPORTS "
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Yesterday the deciding game of the
second team football championship
wan played, nncl Ptitinhoti walked over
It was a mul game anil both teams
played to win. The 1'nns wero again
characterized by their splendid Inter
ference und by the two brilliant Mars,
Han Hitchcock and Arthur Lando,
while Hosa. Dyer and lllart did the
work for McKlnlcy.
The Highs kick, and Young of Pima-
hou receives thu ball. They are held
lor down, and Puns kick. The High
tumble and Lando gets the ball tor a
Hoogs kicks goal. Puns kick and
thu Highs aiu held for down, so that
they are forced to punt. I'linahou re
ceives and makes a successful tor-
ward pass. They again run u skin
tackle und are off side on tlio next
play. Puns forward pass the ball but
lost It, and the Hlghn punt. Puns gain
through center and skin tackle plays.
Punahous are now up on the High
School line. Hobs fumbles next play
and High School punts. Dyer punts
in splendid style. Uond of Punohou
inns back about twenty yards, and
then Puns make a pass but It goes
over tlio McKlnley's line.
High's kick out and Hitchcock runs
back for about twenty yards. Puns
kick and Blurt receives. Downed on
the Biot. Highs punt and recover the
bull. Uond fumbled,
Tlio Highs make forward pass, but
It does not succeed and Puns mint.M0
High's punt and PumT ball. I'uni and
Highs punt and time Is tip,
Score: Puns, G; Highs, 0.
Tlio second half begin and tho Pirns
runt. High receives but soon forced
to punt. Anderson of Puns catches
the punt neatly, but Puns fumble and
Ik High School man was on tho sivot
with tho goods.
JUghs forward pais but lose the
ball. Puns Punt and l.aildo recovers
Ross makes a long run. Puns three
)ards from tho Highs' line. Puus
fumble but manage to get ball and
crnwl over the Hue very fortunately.
Ross does the act. lloogs kicks goal.
Puns kick off and Highs take the ball
for fifteen yards. They are held for
downs and punt. Punahou receives
and again makes good gains. Highs
nro offBlde and penalised,
.Hitchcock makes another long run
of 40 yards and shakes off tacklers.
Puns again fumble when only six
yards from tho line.
Highs kick and Uond brings It back
to twenty-yard line, lly line plays
Hitchcock goes over the Hue for a
touchdown. Hongs puts the pigskin
between tho bars.
Puns kick olT and Highs run bull
back for fifteen yards. Highs work
an open play to great advantage. Rosa
hurdles und High aro penalized twenty
lines. High punts and they recover
The open play of the High Is some
what similar to the threq finger split
play of tho Marines, but the High
backs play back of tho wing shift and
go through the line with about eight
of their men around the ball.
Puns get on to the play and soon
Lusted the play up. Highs make a
forward puss, and Punahou gains the
ball. Puns punt and recover tho ball
again. Puns aro forced, back and are
ugnln forced to kick. Highs kick and
Uond' makes a long run.
Ross noes over tho lino for another
Bcore. Hoogs misses tho goal. Puns
kick and, are offside at kick off, Puna
hou penalized fl'vo yards andthey kick
over again. Dyer receives and runs
down tho field for sixty yards, dodging
und shaking oil tacklers in great fash
ion. Rosa runs thu ball directly In
front of the goat, and Monsarrat makes
a very neat and clover drop kick,
Tho Highs now have three points.
Highs kick off and Hitchcock runs
back for thirty yards. Puns punt and
tlmo Is called. Tho score stands:
Puns, 23; Highs, 3.
Thu lineup was ns follows:
Highs Dredge, cj'-ltlchunlson, lg.;
Yay. It.: Nott, le'.f Monsarrat, rg.;
Walker, rt.; Dyer, ro : mart, ob,:
Marks, Hi.; Uvans, rh.; Rosa (Cap
Puns McOrow, c; A. Young, Ig.;
Gear, It.; Anderson, lo.; Moore, rg.;
Lando, rt: C. Hoogs, re.: Dond (Can-
tuln), qb.; Ross, Hi.; Hitchcock, rh.;
l.ono, fb. '
Officials wero Aklna and Rico. ref.
ereo and umplro alternately, and Uush,
field Judge, und Paty, head linesman.
Much tennis Is holng played every
afternoon now-a days, and somo of the
younger players will soon develop
form cuough to give tho present chum
plons a hard tussle for tho honors.
8 a a I
Nfl WOril lintt limili rnonlwa.1 rmm I
Ayres. the around. Iho lsland wulkt?r-''U'"l,p8 ru '" M atlUuce' Unit Jen
maybo ho lias changed his plans nnd'lM,1B .I'wnJi "alary '"'"! Hoeiul
has tried to swim to Maul. j WIIMkwj Is enough. '
When, next Wednesday night, the
two lightweight boxers uno nro to
comieto for tl o chamr.it i".'..p of thesa
islands step imn the ring iliey both
should be In tl c best poiMble condl
tlon to stand a long-diar.-nout battle
Rellly Is looking better thin he evei
did before, and he certainly I a tiger
for work while in train P. Sarcoid
boxed with Charlie yest"iiV.y and the
two lads worked up n grout pace dur
Ing the four rounds thev wt-nt.
The tlugler Is getting lull, the bef
possible condition fur his ?o -.villi All
Sam, and the Chinese mitt aiiist will
have to extend himself If he wants to
win from Sarconl.
Uob Ross Is very confident about
Charlie's prospects In the coming
scrap, and there Is no denying the fact
that Kellly will have a good chance of
(liming the tables on Cullcn under
the clean-break rule. Of course, as a
matter W fact, the previous contest
between these two lads was, for many
rounds, almost a clean break affair.
The boys did not take much advantage
of the straight rules and simply fought
for all they were worth.
Cullen Is hard at It every afternoon
at the Orphcum and a select bunch
of sports Is always on hand to watch
him work out. Yesterday afternoon
Dick did all the regulation stunts, such
ar skipping, shadow spaprlng. etc., und
then boxed with Ah Sam ami a couplo
of aspiring amateurs.
This afternoon Charlie Itcllty will
hold a reception at the Kentucky and
the bunch that rolls up will be treated
" eight-round exhibition by Rellly
"" Sarconl. These two boxers put
up a show that looks very like the real
thing at times and the funs are kepi
guesting nil the time as to what U
going to happen next.
Tickets for Wednesday night's show
are going off fast, and thoy may be ob
tained at Fitzpatrlck Dros. store. Most
of the best seats have been sold out
but there are still a few left. The
Orphcum. should not bo able to hold
tho crowd that will want to attend on
I-ast night, at Its u.inual meeting,
the Healanl Uoat Club elected offlceu
for the coming )-nr pud n ical llv
bunch they are too. The Ilo.ilnnls or-i
going to make a noise liku winning
rowing races this comliu yell und thu
admission of fresh blool ami younger
men Into the club will trian a lot for
the art of rowing In thU city.
The younger generation is deter
mined to set the HeulunlH on the road
to faiiic anil to show their old rlwilrj.
the Myrtles that there nro otl.rr peh
bles on the beach.
Rowing Is Just about tho best and
most healthy sport In the world and
the more we have of It the bolter lor
nil our young athletes. Thu Myrtle
and Healanl clubs are two Itulltutioiii.
thut should be encouraged us much u
liosslblo by everyone who has the In
terest of sport at heart.
At luBt night's meeting thee were
nineteen members present and they utl
showed the greatest Interest In what
wns done. Tho following officers were
W. I.. Hellbron, president; A. T.
Longley, vlco president; D. I.. Conk
ling, captain; L. Cunha, vice captain;
J. N. Dcnsham, commodore; E. I,
Kritss, vice commodore; J, n. Light-
foot, sccrotary; George Gall, treasur
er; II. I.cmpke, auditor.
With a list of officers like that tho
Healanis should m-ike good from now
en and there Is no doubt but what
they will try anyhow.
Gets Big Money
Though Manager Jennings' salary
from the Dertolt baseball club still
Is u durk secret, someming of the
nature of his relations with the
cluKbecamo knowu Intely, Ho draws
n percentage of tho earnings and In
the thrco years ho has been manager
huB tuken down In salary and pro
(Its 141,000, 110,000 In 1907, $14,-
000 In 1908 and $17,000 this year.
For 1910 he wants enough to total
him $30,000, provided Tie wins a
fourth pennant. Official announce
mont places the earnings of the club
for tho league ueuson at $166,000,
and including the world'H series pro
fits about $200,000. Jennings Is
taking the" stand that he Is. the muu
who made tho club u big winner.
He has stated positively that lie will
not servo next year at this year'
Milury, Nuvin Is undei stood to he
All tho preparations for the big
track meet by the Military people at
the League grounds are about com
plete, and It only remains for the com
petitors themselves to put up the-rest
of the show.
And Judging from the form shown
by the Fighting Fifth.' 20th Infantry,
N, G. H. and Marines, In th'elr training
stunts, thero Is going to(W one great
day's sport on November 27.
The Guards have a very strong
bunch of athletes and It would not sur
prise many people If the N. G. Ii. took
the honors of the meeting from the
The officials hare also been selected,
and they are given below; the Judges,
of course, are military men, but the
others aro civilians. The list of events
and officials Is as follows:
I. 60 yards dash; 1st, 2d and 3rd
2. High Jump.
3. Final of GO yards dash.
4. Tug-of-war preliminary,
t. 880 yards.
6. 100 yards dash: 1st, 2d nnd 3rd
preliminary heats; 1st, and 2d In each
heat to run' In finals.
7. Daseball throw.
8. Finals for 100 yards dash.
9. Standing broad Jump.
10. 120 yards hurdles; 1st. 2d ami
3rd preliminary heats; 1st nud 2nd In
each heat to run In Duals.
II. Running broad Jump.
12. 440 yards.
13. 120 yards hurdles tln.il.
14. Hammer throw.
15. 220 yard hurdles; 1st, 2d nnd
3rd preliminary heats; 1st and 2d in
each heat to run In finals.
16. Shot put.
17 220 yards hurdles finals.
18. 220 yards dash.
ID. Tug-nr.war finals.
All entries to be handed to clerk of
course on or before Wednesday, No
vember 24, 1909.
Tugof-war to bo pulled In stock
The officials who will be asked to
fccrve arc as follows:
Judges Col. Jones, Major Wad
hams. Captain Ramsey, Lieutenant
James. , ,.v
Referee Dr. Hand.
Clerk of Course Lorrln Andrews.
Announcer Senator John C. Lane.
Starter Lieutenant Sheridan.
Timekeepers Lester Petrle, Fiank
Krugcr, Uen Clark.
To Be Soft
Down In the freight sheds, San
Francisco, tossed In with a lot of
Junk and cast off baggage reposes
the light of Jack Johnson's life
his big racing automobile. If he
does not come on with that $170
which he owes his former manager.
Sam Fitzpatrlck, the big $3,000 cur
will be sold for a song in a fow das
In order to satisfy the claim which
Fitzpatrlck and Collector Jake Ilau
tr hold agulnst the black champion.
When Johnson tried to make a
quiet getaway after the Ketchel
tight, he was held Up by Rauer, who
was rommlsdloiied by Fitzpatrlck; to
collect thut little $170 claim. The
Mg black stormed and ruged, but
the deputy sheriffs only laughed In
his fuce und seized the big racing
machine. Johnson was so mad that
he refused to pay the bill, so the
muchlne was held In trust.
The champion probably has been
so engrossed In talking business to
Jeff that he forgot ull about the pride
of his life, so the auto lies in the
freight sheds, uncared for and un
called for. Unless Johnson comes
to the rescue of his beloved machine
this week It will go under the ham'
incr to the highest bidder.
tt tt a
Thero will bo a meeting of tbe High
School soccer league team at the Y,
M. C. A. tonight ut 7:30 o'clock. All
the members of tho team are request
id to attend as It Is necessary to elect
a captain, and get the team out to
practice as soon as possible.
Tho nows that Sir Thomas Upton
has again challenged for the America
cup will bo heard with (treat pleasure
everywhere. The old "sport" is it
champion and does not think of ex
pense when a cup racer has to be
Tho great annual football contest
between the West point' cadets and
Annapolis midshipmen, which wus to
have taken place at Philadelphia No
vember 27, will not be played this
ear, tho athletic authorities of the
naval academy today deciding to
grant the request of tbe superinten
dent of the military academy to can
cel the game on account of the death
of Cudet llyrne.
"Had lllll" Duhlen has been se
lected by Charlie Kbuet to manage
the Urooklyn team next season, Dull
len was with lloston last season but
was not In thu game very 'much:
He will possibly stay out of the
gume'und bu up and dowu the coach
ing line directing the players. It
'will M 'Dahlen's nrst appearance us
n'lmuti&Be'F. t '
(Champion of Hawaii)
IS Rounds. Weight 135 pounds. '
6 Rounds. Weight ISO Pounds.
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. AH SAM
4 Rounds. Weight 13d Pounds.
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