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World's Champions Each Get
$2,062.74 as His
The big baseball plo was opened
ut Shlbe Park, Philadelphia, Oeto-
tier -, nml evoi) member ut the' In order to k'o nunc spot t a trip
uoiIiI'k chaniplonii wiib handed out! must be, taken to l.cllehuu or some
Ills Bllce. Tueht-thtce pl.ijuis vlio oilier camp whore the soldiers are,
were declared cllgihlo for theworld's' having u so occasionally.
eeilos wciu liiiiuleil $:!0Gr?fl each, I One ot the fuunor light promoters
there being no attempt made to In t,0 city remarket! today that
count out liny player who Joined the there was not a pla.o In town where
team Into In the season or who did n bout could bo pulled oil at the
not get a chance to' play every day.1 present time.
A. fording- to tho new thamplons.j The Opeia llnvisa s the only vn
tho men weio on hand and In con- cant place, and a bout thcro would
tlltlon to play whenever their sor- h0 out of the question, for many,
vices weie needed, and they were as reasons.
mucli entitled to a uliare of the coin There are soveinl good men In and
as those who were selected to play nround Honolulu, and It Is too bad'
most In the Ramos. that tlicic bus been nothing dolngl
I he luckiest man in tho Minm
was Shortstop Derrick, who did not
report until the latter part of An-
gust, but he was counted In for a
full tdiaie the same as the others.
llerore the world's champions loft
Chicago they signed n statement re-,
questing the National Commission
to tend tho Athletics' placrn' full
shnre of the money to Manager Mack
for distribution, and this was done. I
While at tho park the plajcrs
leaned out their lockers and took
away their bats and uniforms, mid
nom now until next sprlin? Sulbo.
Palk will lie deserted, except for the
gioundkcepers, watchmen iml Man-,
ager Mack and his secretary, Joe
Olil. who have n large iimount ot
coriespondencc to get rid of.
After lecelvlng their money, tho.
players lirtepieu Itll luviiuuuil wutci.
had been extended through Captain
Davis to attend the celebration In
Several presents wjre made by
the pl.oers, Including ono to Louis
Van Zelst. the little mascot.
Jack Harry's wonderful work In
tho world's series has so stlried up
the fans of his homo town. Morldeli,
uiiiii., iniii iney win givo mm n
Although the majority of the play
ers are eager It) return ttj their
homes or to go away on hunting
ttlps, neaily all of them will re-
main hero until nfter the Athlctlis
glvtl their banquet to tho plnyers
Francis C. HI liter, ono of the otn- tomonow moinlng when hu reaches
tin I scorers for the world'n sorles.ihls olllce.' In speaking of the mat-
stated today that a couple of errors
had crept Into tlio official averages)
sent out fiom Chicago. Instead pt,
two sloien liaRes for Jlnrpliy, lie
should have been ciedltrd with one
sacrlllco lilt and one stolen base. ,
Collins should bo given credit for,
ouo sarrlllco hit Instead of none.
ELEVENS TO LINE
UP FOR FOOTBALL
School Games On Today and
Alexnntler I leU today and tlio
noys i-ioiti itmioirow win uo mo
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scenes of intercollegiate football j
games will li will diaw crowds of
looters from tho schools represented
on the gridiron.
Tho gnmo this nftcrmioii nt Alex
ander rield Is called for 1 o'clo"k.
and at that hour Oalut Collcgo sec-
ond team and n hunch from Iolauljto the olllco of the National League
ov.iuui IT... i.iiu up iiKiuiiBi. vail.
Tomorrow' afternoon the Illghs
and tho rolego elevons will get Into
tho ganiu 'l ' tho IIojb' Haiti, this
being the last gnino Jjptweon these
Tho cqnnli.t prftinlks.ttj.txj a god?
one, for there was considerable feel-,
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I ML' nroiikcil river Iho last -end tout nil'
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ut-iiiiiiii m Tuugnr ywytjniMi eucu
team goes Into' thejigamo toi
for blood. ' "
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tonight at the Y. M. C. A. there will
bo another baseball gamo between tho
Ileds nnd Whites.
Indoor baseball at Y. M 0. A. Is tak
ing up considerable attention and tlio
gamo last night between the lllarks
and (Hues was done' In the fast time
of llfty-llvo minutes, resulting In u
score of I4-!i In favor of tho 111 una,
This glea tho Mines tlneo straight
games nnd puts them in the lead.
NO PLACE 10
Bout at Leilehua Tuesday
Promises to Be Good
Tlio fight game In Honolulu seems
to lie nil to the liml thoao days, ami
for to long,
Tho fight at Leilehua on Tuesday
nght promises to give the snorts a
chance to sl70 up MiColIough nnd
Mcflurn In a go that will lie one or
tho best ever pulled off here.
Until men claim to be In excellent
condition, and tho fifteen-round go
should attract a large crowd of. tho
sporting world of tho city,
Thero are some preliminary bouts
arranged which oucht to nrove In-
tercetlng before the main event of
the evening comes off.
nflrq MflT TAKF
uu-0 J'u' IniNC.
Fogel 'Says National Clubs
Can Settle Differences.
I'lllLADKU'lllA. Oct. 27. Chas.
S. Dooln lins leslgned as manager
0f the l'lilladeliihla National heaguo
club; President Horace S. Togel has
not letolvcd the leslgn.itlon; Togel
has wired President Lynch of the
.National League, icqucstlng him to
warn President Herimann of tho
Cincinnati club nor to tamper with
tho Philadelphia pl.iers, and, so
far as Mr. lgel Is concerned, tho
Clmlutintl-Phlladclphhla deal which
has caused so much turmoil In tho
Philadelphia club Is off.
President Kogel said tonight that
f w,t ie hears Is true, ho will
probably receive Dooln's reslciiatlun
ter tonight Kogel said:
" ,i not take Dooln seriously. I
believe thnt he will cool down nnd
view this matter In tho proper light.
i walled In my olllces until latu In.
the day expecting n visit from him
but lie did not put In an appear
nine. Of course. I can not take nny
nctton upon tho alleged resignation
until I reecho It."
Piesldent Kogel looks upon tho ro.
ported threat of President Horiir.snn
to tnko the matter before the Na
tional Commission ns a Joke. "This
matter Is botween two National
Leaguu clubs." said FokcI. "and I
would like to know why President
nnn i Johnton of tho American
League should bo brought Into tho
oaiie, t 8 .uI commentary upon
tho National League oillilals, It they
can no settlo their troublcH without
tho aid of tho president of an oppo.
Dooln states that ho will not go
Hi this city to sec rogel. Vlogei
has got to toino and tee me," ho
Until Dooln and Togel were presr
cnt (it n banquet given by tho owir
era of tho Athletic club to the
woild'.s j'hnmplons tonight andinc;
cupled pats where thalr clbowsiSttll
must toiiclied. but neither aihSeaicd
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anxlous;,dJnw unt-eljall. M
DO'notTninK tnar ecause you tjave
not paid your. Personal Tax-'Poll,
Road 'and .School) for this year or for
several years, that the Tax Office Is
not aware of the fact. The Tax Office
has a complete record of all persons
subject to a Pertona'l Tax and If not
paid when due, It only means that In
terest at the rate of ten percent per
annum Is piling up against you.
The ownership of revolvers Is not
common among tlm people of Oer-
many, although the fact that many
revolvers nro sold In thai country may
glvti reason for'a difference of opinion
In this matter.
Life of Dead Fighter Was
Such as to End . j
Ket he! led n fast life alter ho
leached the top. Ills cud was In
Bight. At llibt 'no nue boUecil that
he was really "hitting the hop," but
In San I'rautlstn now there U more
reason lo think It was tine than to
duiibt It. He hud been excused on
the ground that he did It only occa-1
slonnlly, and thou to bo smart.
Although Kctchel was born In
(Ira ml Haplds, nothing was, heard
of him In the pugilistic lino until
ho showed up ns n "dub" lighter In
llutte. Mnurlco Thompson, Mose Ui
I'ontlfe and n few others were tlio
little ring wl1lchhowed frequently
In ten-iound bouts nt the Casino
thcutor. Ketchcl was a miner,
young, strong .and full of energy. Ho
butted Into the game, but did not
gain much of a reputation. The host
thing they used to say about him
was that he could hit harder than
a mule could kl k.
ltoxlng fell by the wayside In
llutte and Kctchel disappeared.
Some time later lie appeared In San
Francisco. His first light of nny
nolo was with Joo Thomas, then
looked upon us n comer. Much to
the tyrpilvo of the gcucial public,
Kctchel got ii draw.
Then he commenced climbing tho
ladder. Ills ftghtH with Pnpko hnvo
occupied loo much space within re
cent time to require repetition. Prac
tically kno ked out In tho first punch
In one of them, ho fought blindly
for tuchc lounds, gaining the ad
miration of the sporting woild for
his pluck. About two months Inter
he beat Papko In eleven rounds.
Pi lor to meeting Jack Johnson,
who handled Kctchel as he pleased,
Stanley gullied piestlge by putting
It nil ocr Jack O'llilen In a six
The last light of lnipoitnu.e Kct
chel had was with Frank Klaus, tho
Plttsbiug middleweight. Ketchcl was
not In the best of condition nnd wns
lucky to get through. Talking after
this battle at Ileuo, Ketchcl said:
"Let me (ell you that this fellow
Klauc gave me nil I wanted. They
licensed- mo of stalling. It Is truo 1
was not In tho best ot condition, but
1 did my best. If I had not Klaus
would have whipped me. Klaus Is
n hard man to bent, nnd I will never
go Into the ring with, him again
unless I am right."
Ketchel's failure to meet mil
Lang! the Australian, In New York,
Is n matter of lecont history. Ket
chcl knew that he could not get
right and slid out of the mat li.
Prior to going to tho ranch of
u f i lend named Dlckcrson, near
Sprlngllehl, Sin., to iccuperato, Kct
chel was under tho management of
Wilson Mlzncr, who Is not slow him
self. Ketchcl, however, made his
eyes open at the hill he ran up nt
the St. I'mii-ls Hotel, In San Fran
cisco. At this Bam 6 hotel Ketrhol
bad apartments thnt cost him V
n day Just befote nnd nfter Jie wns
ti limned by Jack Johnson. Ills gen.
crnl llfo was In keeping with thu
money ho spout" for apartments. In
Now Yoik ho also followed tho Cheat
In Iteno Inst spring ho wns n
prominent Ilgurc, always carrying n
kodak which ho used frequently. It
did not tako n close observer to see
that he was tnkjng life too easy for
n man who desired to retain his
TO TAKE OVER FIELD
DrfrHand Pjoprsos tbat, Boys'
ml of tho Y. SUitt A. pro.
poses that the Hoys' Ffold bo fenced
and generally fixed up for an atli
lletlu Held by St. l.ouU, High S.'hool
and college atwi' latlon, stating that
the who'o can be dono for $"400,
In speaking of thu matter. Dr.
Hand says thnt tho Y, M. C, A. con
tiols the Held nnd that If tho schools
mentioned wish to fix It up he will
let them have It mi favorable turniB,
Sunday games being prohibited.
The Hoys' Flold contains n grand
stand with n seating capacity ot
over two hundred. Under the grand-
Continued Success of
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A New York Hit Don't Miss It
New Orpheum's Augmented
ORDER YOUR SEATS TODAY
Evening Prices. . . .25c, 35c and 50c
Whirlwind success of the Vnlidc-
vlllo Artists presented nt the (Irnnd
Opening Saturday night. Head their
names count them:
Premier Song, and Dpnce Artists
Coon Dialect and Yiddish Imperson
ator COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Frank Anderson's Orchestra Makea
Doors open at 6:30 o'clock; trouble
begins a little later.
stand nro two large spaces, ono used
for n store loom niui the other fitted
up with n shower, with room for
three more. The storo room and
present shower room could easily be
iiiatlo into two gootl dressing rooms,
with show or accommodations. Tho
Held Is nearly level, though very
bumpy, nnd needs filling. Thero Is
a quarter-tulle track surioundlng tho
field, anil n good fence ninund the
whole- ground. The Llllhn street ap
proach needs repairing, as It be
comes vory muddy nfter a heavy
DRINK OF ATHLETE
"All Around" Champion Diinks
That at Banquet.
Fred Thomson, the Occidental Col
lego student who In a contest In Chi
cago this summer captured tho "all
around" athletic championship of the
whnlo country, Is In himself a whole
sermon of clennncss for young men,
though he Is tho fmthest possible
from being "pieachy" about It. He
la Just simply, strnlghtforwnrdly
clean, wholesome nml full of tho Joy
of living. Young Thomson, who Is
only !0, has not sufleicd tho slightest
turning of the head on account of his
victory. Tho evening of tho duy that
he won tho championship ho was tho
guest of honor nt n dinner In tho Chi
cago Athletic Club. When the wlnej
list was brought to table, the other
diners waited ror tho young nthlcto to
give l)s order, nnd ho promptly snld,
"Buttermilk, pleaso." It- Is nil open
secret that some, nt loast, of his table-
mates were entertaining a thirst for
something stronger, but the proprie
ties held Bwny mid Jherc wiih nothing
ordered that ovonlng moro intoxicat
ing than the guest pr honor had chos
en. In Occidental Thomson Ik n lead
er Jn tho rollglotis.llfu of tho school
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..in nun hi u .minster vwioso mo uuiKes
old proverbs about preachers' boys
look ridiculous. As president of tho
collcgo Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation tho youthful champion holds
tho admiring loyalty of his fellow stu
dents by his unaffected religion as
thoroughly as he holds It on tho Hold
of sport by his athlotlc prowess.
I) Compuny nine of the Mnrlnos beat
tho nine of 11 Company yesterday af
ternoon by a score of 2-0, tho same as
that In u protested gnino on the last
day of October.
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Fellows' Hall, November" 24, v
1010 Thanksgiving. Four prizes.
Musio by a Hawaiian quintet club.