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CHAMPIONS. I l'OOTIULL.
FIRST GAME TO BE
PLAYED IN PHILADELPHIA
Schedule For Four or More
. Games Is Arranged Um
pires and Scorers Are Se
lected No Bonuses,
Tate played Its part here today at
n meeting of the National Commls-'
Eton, when the toss of a coin decid
ed tfmt the drat game for the world's
biseball championship between Phil
adelphia, tho American League
champions, and Chicago, pennant
winner of the National League,
would bo played In Philadelphia,
t,n) 8 an exchange of October 8. A
few moments later the contmlsslon
nnnounced that tho contests would
begin at 2 p. in., Monday, October
IT. It' has alvvnjs been a supersti
tion that the team winning the toss
for the first game loses the series.
For Jills reason, president Murphy of
Chicago was not ninth downcast
when Presldont lien Shlbo of Phila
delphia called' the turn on a halt
The series will bo plnved oft ns
follows: l'lrst game, Monday, Octo
ber 17, at Philadelphia; second
game, Tuesday, October 18, Philadel
phia; Wednesday October 19, train
trip from Philadelphia to Chhago.
Third game, Thursday, October 20,
at Chicago; fourth game, Friday, Oc.
tobcr 21, at Chicago.
In case other games are required
to settle superiority, a! fifth game
will be plaved ou'bctober 22, after
n hurried run In a special train from
Chicago to Philadelphia, and In case
another gamo Is required, another
hurried run in a special train will
be made from Philadelphia to Chi
cago In time to play the sixth game
in Chicago, on 3unduy, O'tober 23
Umnires Are Annotated.
If the series should not be settled
by this time the place of plnvlng the
8eenth game will bo determined by
the toBs of a coin. The umpires for
the big series will bo Itlgler and
O'Day for tho National League and
Connelly and Sheridan for tho Amer
ican League. Tho scorers selected
are Francis Klrhter of Philadelphia
nnd Taj lor Spink of St. Louis. John
Ileydler, secretary to President
l.jnch of tho National League, and
Robert Mcltoy, secretary to Pros!
dent Johnson of tho Americans, wcrp
solected business managers.
Itcsened seat prlceB wero fixed at
from $1 to 13, while the price for
general admission will be CO cents.
As usual, the players wlllrecelve
(10 per cent, of the pro"eeds of the
first four games, but to allow tho
pla; era to partake of the benefit of
a possible Sunday game the commlB
slon put a provision In the rules that
If none of the first four games' re
celpts eqpals those of the Sunday
game In Chl-ugo, In c.ibo tho latter
game Is pluved, the plavers' proupr
tlonate share shall be made on the
basis of the Sunday game in Chicago,
The commission has called atten
tion to thp rule of the seilcs which
forbids the teams to give any part
of tho world's scries proceeds to for
mer team-mates released to clubs In
the same league this season, and pro
hibiting the gl,vlng of bonuses ly
the owners, to pluyers of the two
clubs. t '
it u it
Now that tho nowspapor men are
getting 'into some, kind of tennis
form, a tournament! is being ug'
gested, and It Is'probable that Jluir
ager Hertscho of the Moan a. Hotel
will offer the u,seoJ, the beuch courts
tn thfl ftprlliPR t I -V
to the scribes.
The Trial and Mountain Club will
hold a meeting today, and at it
many mutters will be discussed. The
relationship of the IIIIo oiganuatlon
will be talked over, and committees
will be selected to go ahead with the
plans for the year.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
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to cure any case of Itching, Wind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to
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COLLEGE OF HAWAII
AND HIGHS AT WORK
Games Start Up On October
29 Suggested Jhat Puna
hou Get In and Play High
i All the football players are hard
at work practising signals and other
stunts that will get them Into first
class condition for tho opening of
the gridiron season. The schools are
all on tho job, and the Marines and
other service teams are arranging to
get 'into the fray as soon as possible.
The College of Hawaii men do
somo great work every afternoon on
the land adjoining their nlma mater,
and (hey are Improving wonderfully
unucr tne expert uircction oi coaen
Jones. Manager Jay Kuhns Is very
enthusiastic about the chances oflils
team, onjl although be Knows that
he has too few subs , he' hopes for
With McCandless and nice on the
team iho college -would havo two
really fast men who, under'the new
rules, would prove to be Invaluable.
The pair are good men nnd they will
be a great help to the college team.
Tho High School men nre also do
ing good work and getting the en
thusiasm worked tin over tho coming
schedule of games with the college.
The games between the college nnd
the High School start Up on October
29. and It has been suggested that
the Puns',come In and play the Highs
Also on alternate davs.
WAIPAHU MAN KICKS
ABOUT FAN'S LETTER
Claims That Bad Language
Was Used By Excited
The following letter from'n ell
K now n Wnlpahu man needs no ex
plaining and speaks for itsolf:
"Sporting Hdltor, E v e n I u g II u 1
letin: In your Issue of Oc
tober 11, under 'Baseball,' appears
an article by nn Hwa correspondent
criticizing the treatment accorded
tho Kwu contingent of rooters at tho
game plaved on our grounds between
Kva nnd Walanae.
"As I am one of the gentlemen re
ferred to, 1 take this opportunity or
stating the other side of tho case,
In tho first lilace, they were accord
ed a snuaro deal from stmt to fin
Ish, and to my, knowledge there was
no oujeuton made to their rooting,
but I did tuke exception to the use
of Indecent 'language, especially us
ladles wore present, In close pioxim
Ity to the offender. I Informed this
so-called gentleman that such Ian
SUage would not be tolerated. This
was resented by hlin and his friends,
whereupon I told him that if he con
tlnuccl1 would have him put off the
grounds. This apparently dlsgrun
tied his cotcrlo to the extent that
they must air their grievance
through the press.
"Tho suggestion made by the
writer of that article,' that the Na.
tlonal League CpmmlHslon abolish
rooting, Is, timely, if the continuous
japping ota, few brainless but leath
or-lunged hoodlums' Is onsldcred
rin4(tin I -.
"I. myself, tan uot see anv ideas
ure It) being forced t'o listen to the
Indeteh and constantv"howllng-of a
Mud of Belf-EtMed,8ports, who
havo neither .'the .monta! nor nhiB'
leal qualifications j fpr aii)thlng In
the.eppitlng Une, strongqr than gar
bles or nlngpringi but who Insist on
making thehiaelves obnoxious to
ever one within hearing,
"I have labored all nlong under
the Impression that the game was
plucd largely for the pleasuro of
the majorlty'of the spectators, but
possibly I am mistaken; It so, I npol
oglze, You is truly,
"13. M. SCOVILLE.
"Wnlpahu, Oct. 12. 1910."
it ti n
The proposition that the Oahu
I.eaguo take over the Athletic Park
and run tho place themselves will
come up at the meeting to ho held
INTO GOOD FORM
.U? Hk M .Mi . SwJlf-
KA00 AND JACKSON
ARE AT LOGGERHEADS
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No Money in sight, uiaim tno
vvaiaiua norso reupie
Sprints Would Attract Big
Crowd Without Other Event,
, It now nppears as If tho sports
meeting that had been nrranged for
Sunday next will fall through. Thero
has been trouble ns regards the fifteen
miles race between Kaoo nnd Jack
son nnd, for some reason, tho match
has been called off.
Kuoo's people sny that the money
for the purse was not put, up nnd that
to run for n percentage of tho gate
money Is not good enough Tho Jack
son followers say that their man put
up such good time over ten miles that
the old Walalua Horse got cold pedal
extremities., That hardly seems pos
sible eonslderlng the past perform
nnces of Kaoo.
Connie Hayes, was another man who
was training for l,he long distance
race, but he has, had to quit the game
for all time, Ho says that ho Is to bo
operated ,on, and that, in fill ure, he
will only consider half mllo nnd onv
The 1ies of tho proposed abandon
ment of the meeting has disappointed
many, people, who were banking on
seeing 1)111 nice nnd Pat McDomigh
rnco qcr tho 100 .and 220 yards
pourse, The lpng distance race was
merely an,,lncluental In most peoples
minds nnd probably 90 per cent of the
spectators would, havo been attracted
by the other events' on the program'.
McDonagh has been training hard
nnd doing some line running; he Is
confident that he can lower Illco's
figures over the hundred yards, nnd
that Jio can Uike Dill's scalp for tho
There are many people in Honolulu
who pin their faith on Illce, and n
meeting betwoen the two would cer
tainly draw n big crowd. It Is to be
legrettod that ''tho sports seem to be
given up, nnd It Is to be hoped that
someone else comes through nnd ar
ranges nn afternoon's 'fun. Sprint
races should draw tho crowd In Ho
nolulu, and n scries of runs ranging
from r,0 to 8S0 yards would appear to
be a good scheme,
Loading tho long distance raco out
of the matter, the program of short
sprints would be good enough. Then
throwing the baseball and other
cents would surely attract people.
However, unless something extraord
inary happens today or tomorrow tho
whole affairs appears to bo knocked
on tho head.
,i: it ::
i:. S. Geo will have n chance to
play tennis while in this city, nnd
he may have a hit by electric light
tonight at tho Mnana courts. The
ex-champlon of Hawaii has been
playing some tennis on the mainland
nnd U In fairly good form. It would
be Interesting to see how'leo would
stark up with A. I Castle nowndas.
Tho inttcr plajer l)as, Improved won
derfully and he would make dee ex
U COMING EVENTS. ' Jl
U Secretaries .-and , managers of tl
S! athletic clubs Uro'lnvltcd to send tt
it In (ho dates of any events which tl
tt they jnay be getting up, for In- it
it sertlon undor the above head, it
U Address all communications to tl
0 the Sporting Editor, D u 1 1 e 1 1 n. tt
ii . Os.hu League,
ti Oft.'lC UJS. M. vp. J. A. C
tt Oct. 10. 0. A. C. vs. P.i' A. C.
it Oahu Juniors.
it Oct. 1C AsahlsSs'. Palamas,
It Oct lC.-Mli Hocks vs.'O. A. 0.
it Oct. 23 Four Dall, roursomo, H. 11
ti O. C, Moanalua. ii
It Cricket, tt
11 Oct. 15 Match. ti
ti Tennis. tt
it Oct. 13-1C Manoa r.loctrle Light 11
ii Tournament. it
ti Football, ii
it Oct. 29 Season Opens. it
it Running. it
tt Oct. 10. Mixed Piogram, it
ii n it ti ti ti tt tt tt M ti tt it tt n tt u
HUMn.( I '1KNMS. AMUSEMENTS. -f-
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MANOA GAMES ,nc
TOO MUCH RAIN
FOR PLAY LAST NIGHT
Some Interesting Matches
. Scheduled For Tonight E,
S. Gee Unable to See Play
Hope For Fine Weather.
Once more the rain interfered with
the progress of the Manoa night ten
nis tournament, nnd play could not
be resumed last night. The showers
thnt drifted nlong frightened peoplo
nnd, nlthough ut times there was n
clear sky, there was no play.
It is to be regretted that tho ruin
proNontcd play as K S. Geo, former
Honolulu man and tennis player, is
on board the Sherman and ho wished
ery much to see tho gnme plnyed In
Honolulu by eloctrlc light Geo wns
formerly champion of Hawaii, and a
most enthusiastic player; ho held the
'Wall cup f6r a while "but had to hand
It back as ho had no chance of coin
ing from Washington to defend Ills
tltlo to the trophy.
There were several good matches
scheduled for lust night but they will
be played tonight Instead. That be
tween Grcentlcld-Saage' nnd llockus
R. A. Cooke should bo n beauty and
no doubt u big crowd will turn out
to see It. "
The Manoa night tournament has,
ro far, met with Herco luck nnd the
rain' has made several postponements
necessary. 'However, the matches
that have been played, attracted large
crowds and ns the remaining ones
will be far moio exiting, there is a
treat In'storo for tho lovers of tho
The program for this evening Is ns
Mixed Doubles Miss Lucy Ward
and Gerald Irwin h Mrs. Hthcl Coul
ter nnd Clnrenco Cooke, nt 7:30 p. in.;
Miss l'aty nnd-Ilnbbltt vs. Mrs. Cllc
Davles and Anderson, nt 8;.t0 i m.
Men's Singles Gaiald Irwin vs. Tl.
A. Cooke, at 8 p m.
Men's Doubles Greenfield nnd Sav
age s C. G Ilnckus and It. A. Cooke,
at 9 p. in.
n ti ii
The oahu Lcaguo will hold n
meeting tonight, and tho question of
whether or not the second series wjll
be gone on with, will bo decided.
The nuiEt senslblo thing the league
could do would be to drop the mat
ter altogether till next year, when
ever body would como In eager for
baseball. At present things are In
such a state that tt is doubtful If
tho games vvould draw any bettor
than they did last 5 ear, and every
one knows what that was like.
The Mnklkl Walking Club will
have a number of members out on
the trail on Saturday nnd Sunday.
A largo party will stroll from tho
end of the Kalmukl car line to Makn
pmi cave, and, after spending the
night thero, will proceed to make
the trip tn Wutmnnalo, nnd then
back via the Pall to town.
George B. Howard
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Comedy Successes, Will Open
Monday Evening; Oct. 17
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Full of real fun from start to
Box Office opens tomorrow morn
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