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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 25, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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STERLING BICYCLES ars exceedingly graceful in appearance
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WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
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HAVE LUNCH WITH US
Children's Wear catalogue.
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Tlio wiml lilcw iiiid llio Motorcycles
How iiiiiuikI tliu track nt Kaplnlnul
I'aik yesterday afternoon, uliliDUgli
nit tlif time inailc wns slow on nc
couut of the llntness or tlio track
which will not allow of too high speed
nroiiml the turn.
There were rout- races pulled ofT nnd
a grout oiowd of men ami boys, Willi
n sprinkling or tlie fair box, was on
Iinml to witness the events.
Inside tlie track tlicro wcio grouped
a largo niimlicr or automobiles ami
tlie ciowil inn back ami fintli between
tliu machine In older to Ken tlio
sticnklng dots on the hack stiotchnnd
then to ho on tlio other Hide to see
them come up tlio homo stictch.
It. J. Merger, Jimmy Wong and Hilly
Oswnld were In every speed event,
and In tlio slow onomlle raco Harvey
Clillttm, David Todd mid Wong en
tered. Tlie five mile rare was called first
and It stalled soon nftcr two o'clock
with llcrger, Wong inn) Campbell on
teied. tlio flsht between Wong and
Ttetf.pi- llm l.illni- nf ulinm flnnlli-
crossed tlie lino In seven minutes,
5.1 seconds. SO seconds ahead of Wong.
The second ovent was tlio ten mile
rare Chilton, Merger and Oswald en
tering, the event helng won hy Os
wald In fourteen minutes and five sec
onds, Merger finishing In firtccn min
utes and thirty-eight scronds. t
The event of the day which created
the most amusement was tho slow
nice, once aiound tlio track and tho
riders had to keep their halanco with
out touching their feet to the ground
In case their engines stopped and
niey had lo touch foot, then they
must sprint to ten reet ahead or tho
Peinltles were imposed on every
llder In this ovent. but Chlltrm lend.
Ing tho others nt tho finish had tho
slowest time, six minutes nnd fifteen
seconds. Wong ronilng In second, be
ing eignt seconds faster.
Chilton won tho twenty mllo race In
ivveniy-eigiit minutes and fifteen see.
onds. Heiger dropped out of tho raro
!n the fifteenth mile nnd Oswald In
Tho. timers wcro William Pniehn
r. .1. Ascli and II. A. Levy. Tlenjamln
Mammons, c. .1. Ru van nnd h. t.
.Vntt acted as Judges. .1, r. Sllva wus
Tho prize for tho five-mile raco wns
ten gallons of oil which went to Mer
ger, Oswald got n silver medal for
winning tho tenmlle event, Chilton
captured n silver cup In tho twenty
mile dash. oIro n motorcycle tiro for
ino Blow record.
There was lint hall played at Ma
klkl yesterday when the picked nine
fiom the Judlclnry building nut It
ovrr the executive nfllceis hy u smrei
of H.-ll, the winners getting eight
ini.-ii iiiiiwa iiiu jiiiMu UIII11IH 1110 nrhl
Inning of tho game.
Tim game was ror n turkey dinner
and right lustily did tho opposing
teams battle to niako tlie other fel
lows buy, Tho lead of tho Justices
In the flrtt Inning whb too much to
be overcome, however, nnd they won
out by live runs.
The teams and soio:'
Judiciary Henry Williams, c;
Harry Mums, If; Robert I'arker, Jr.,
rf; MohChllllngworth.p; Albert Aka.
na, sa; Manuel Conea, lb-p; Vincent
Fernandez, 3b; Kostcr I., Davis, cf;
and James A. Thompson, 2b.
nxenitlvos-i-rrrederick K. Cockett,
ct; Sam Ch'llllligwortli, 2h; Henry
O'SullIvan, 3b; Jack .Vnnnnttn, c;
AIoh .May lb; GrnrBq.Clftik, p; J.
Cushlngham, ssj Harry IClcrunie, If;
and II. J. Tnyjor, rf.
KxcrutlvPH 0 1 02."p; 1 10. (i 2- 11
M'eoklT lliilhitru.fi per if a r.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.,
Nlge) .InckMiu li the latest fight
pioiiiotur In tho Held and be piomlMM
i pull oft mine bouts on Christmas
ovo which will make local s.orts sit
up nnd tnko notice.
Tho big ovent of the evening will
bo a tlfteeii-iound go between Austra
lian Hall nnd Joe Mel! mil. belli men
liat IllS expiessod 'heir willingness to
meet In tho sipmcd elide as soon
ns a promoter could be feu ml to start
tho thing moving.
Several minor bouts will bo pulled
off, Soldier MrColloiigb, Jim Hoao,
Sarcoid, l'luk of the Mai lues, nnd
Hanoi socks of the Cavalry all being
considered with one or two others,
to pick n cnid from which will keep
the ciowd of sports good tiaturod un
til the main event or thi evening
The time picked by Jackson Is time
ly and should draw a big crowd to
tho rlngsldo to sec one of t lie best
cauls ever put befoic tho local sport
Kltlier tho Opeia House or tho Star
Thentro will be tho field or the fight
according to present plans, and Dick
Sullivan will undoubtedly he tlio ref
eree. Jackson lias Knight tonic himself
In earlier days on the coast and knows
tho game. Ho says he Is satisfied to
break even with the game and docs
not look to make anything. He wants
to pull off some good goes am sallx'y
the public which attends,
TENNIS AND GOLF
HERE AND HALEIWA
Thanksgiving was a good day for
athletics of many kinds and besides
the different baseball and football
games In Honolulu, tbero wero golf
and tenuis games which drew crowds
at Halelwn and the Country Club.
At Halelwn In the open tnurnn-
ment Dr. Wood won the goir tourney
and In the tennis events nt the same
place Cupid nnd Judgo Mnhaulii aap
tured the honors, beating Al and Do
Some goUers went out to "Mcautl
ful House" to participate. In tho open
tournament on the links or the club
there, hut the greater number re
ni.ilneil In town nnd took their
Thanksgiving play nt Country Club
links, Wright and Angus winning
the team play thcro.
There wero eight teams In the
tennis nt Halelwn. tills being played
during tho afternoon, nnd In tho
goir during the morning hours there
were fourteen contestants, W. A.
Kinney coming In second with two
more downs than the winner.
In the elimination matches there
wcere foiitteen teams and (llffard
and Soienson were tho runners up
with Angus and Wright winning.
Minim and Woon beat Simpson
nnd Stanley. 3 and 2, and IMuiunds
and Phillips beat Slnclear and Low.
2 up Tlion Monro and Woon de
feated Sinclair mill Low, I anil 3.
ll.ilstend and Klebahn heat Olll
and Penvvlck, 3 nnd 1, nnd (HfTnrd
and Sorenson defeated 1'wnrt nnd
Mclncrny, 2 up. Then nirtnrcl and
Sorenson lient Hnlstead and Klebahn
2 nnd . niffaril and Smensnn heat
Muni n and Woon, C nnd 1 In tho
Armstrong and Mortn heat Young
and Month, 4 and 3, nnd Wilder and
Jordan bent Walker nnd lleldford, 21
and 1. Then Armstrong nnd Moiso
defeated Wilder nnd Jordan, 1 up In
the semi finals.
Angus nnd Wright beat 'Kvans and
William Melnemey, 2 up, and Angus
and Wright beat Armstrong nnd
Morse, 3 and 2, whch brought them
up to thoi finals, In which thoy do.
fcated Cllffnrd nnd Snrensftn, l up.
And Homo men seem to think tho
only way to mnko their mark in tho
woild Is with u bummer. , .,
PUNS WIPE OUT
It was the day for the I'uns jes-
terday and when the gamo ended
late lu tho afternoon the scoio stood
9-u In their favor over tho Oahii
team, wiping out the defeat of n week
It was n perfect afternoon ror
football and along the side-lines nt
I'ttunhou the rooters weia euthiisl
astli, while up on the diito over
looking the field patrons nt sport In
automobiles and carriage lolled lux
uriously In comfort, or Jumped to
their reet to cheer some good piny.
Only In the second period was
theie any scoring done, tho field
goal being kicked by lloogs shortly
after the period began anil later in
the period the Tuns blocked Marcal.'
lino's limit from tho ten-yniM line
nnd Moore gathered up tho pigskin
and eprtiited over the-lino for n
touchdown, lloogs Licking the goal
which made the nine points scored
during the game.
It wns n great game to watch, tho
forward pats was used several times
effei lively by Oahii, while the main
reliance of the I'uns wcro end runs
with strong Interference. There
were many punts during the game
and the play ns seen from Hip drive
way above the field was nioro than
usual ly open.
Dining the first period there was
no scoring, the I'uns won the toss
nnd those the wind will h wns blow
ing strongly, nnd the kick-off li"
lllrdseye being high the ball only,
went a short distance Into I'uiiahou
The Mine and Cold advanced down
the field on end runs, hut when In
O.iliu territory were forced to punt.
Kur the lemnliidei- or the period tho
hall was more In Onliu than In l'una
It was In the first period that Oahii
'ost the chance to score on n long
forward pass which was executed In
three miivpiuents nnd .would have
been successful had not Mill Hlce
fumbled the ball with practically a
lear field before him and lost It to
the I'uns well down In their terri
tory. In the so ond the scoring was doiio
and In tho other periods no score was
made, nltlumgh tho teams fought
stubbornly ror every foot of tho field.
Trunk Mackenzie was Injured dur
ing tho period nnd his plnco wns
taken by Cyril lloogs, but he went
back Into the gamo In tho second
half. Illi'dscyo was knocked out
several times, hut managed to fin
ish the fnmo and was then assist
ed from tho field. Hitchcock wns
disabled In tho last quarter nud
to tako his
. . .1. Kulins
,K. It. Tracy
, . . Marnhart
. . . Kook On
. . Nat Mlnrt
Yesterday inorniiiK early n team
from the eighth grade and a picked
team plajeil a fjanio of foot In 1 1 ut
Knnieliamcha under tho old raloi
which lesulted fn neither sldo scr
The boys nre not up on Ihi ticv
Knnio nnd so thoy went Into tin old
stjle play with a vim. ,
Tho fli st half was qui I? and fast,
although neither side sifecprded In
kcorlng, and In. tho second! hfif some
of'He vim wjis tnken jnit ,o the
playro'B so that liyj the e)jcl of thq
gamo' theio was not niufc'lit'attompt
to Vore Just keeping' thV'otligr side
from doing It,
Hlghth Orndo. Picked Team,
II. nndfrey o., K. Mackenzie
II. Murgess It....... Knapunl
W. Kalnn c. ...... . AK Wa
A. Napoleon ...rg R. Aklnua
I. I.ifJan rt .1. Pmielua
W. Knmalopll,..ro...W. Kekiiovva
.1. Mllakaa Hi s, llussoy
A. Saucer fb D. Kalal
13. He rh II. Hussoy
K. Noah l M. I'ahla
-BULLETIN AD3 PAY-
Hoorb went In nRiiln
Man Hitchcock. . .re. . .
William Paty ....rt...
Johnny Mooie . . ,re. . ,
A. I.ucns ('. . .
C. Zano Ik.. J
Oswald Hind ....It.. 1
Will Hitchcock ...lo..
Bin Desha oh..
Will Coney h...
F. Mackenzie . . . .111. . .
Krancls Dodgo .'. ,fb. , .
Mrs. Arthur BurJette Ingnlls, VioVnist
Mrs. Riley Harris Allen ar.d Miss Else Werthmucllcr
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday, Nov. 29, 8.30 p.m.
Ausiicc3 of Kilohana Art League.
'Itcscrvcri Scats 50c, 75c. and $1.00 nt Bcrgstrom Music Co.
Tonight! Tonight! Tonight!
George B. Howard and Company
Tlic'l'iinnlcst Thing (.Vo. Howard lines
DO YOU MKK TO STAND III?
A word to the Wise, you know.
OHDKK SKATS TODAY. DO IT NOW
EVENING PRICES. . . .25c, 35c, COo
Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday
"BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO"
From the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Eanh
Opens in Honolulu under
Double Ring Tent
Corner Nuuanii nnd Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
AI.OH.V HATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture,
Scientific. Massngo, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish -Movements).
Ladles' Men's and Children's
clusses. Hours: a. in. to 10 p.
in. and Prlvuto Instruction.
-Mr. (iiitlav Workman (of
Moynl Swedish dymn. Inst.)
Masseur and Instructor of
ALCOHOL IN MEDICINES
Alcohol Is tho best known preserva
tive of medical compounds, and the
avorago proprietary medlclno contnlns
trom 1 per cent to 21' per cent, which
la the smallest possible, amount to
preserve tlio ingredients, whllo Mm
average doctor's prescription contains
from -5 per cent to SO por cent.
Such standard preparations as I.yd
la 13. Plnkliiiiu'H Vegctnblo Compound
eolitaln but 18 per cent, nnd they
even put tliu Compound up In tub'ei
form, which tlio over-scrupulous wo
man, who objects to alcohol In any
degiee, may use.
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Begins at 0:45 P. M.
T II k
Musical Artists I-'iom Orpheum
Aitlstle Sons and Danco World
beaters In Their I.lno
Monologue, mid Coon Shnuter
COUNTESS DE P0MME
WILLS & HASSAN
Worlil's Oreatest Kn.ulllbrlstB
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c, 5o
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fol
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
, Sold bv '
L 0 V'E J 0 Y AND CO,
FOE BALE AT ALL BAM
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Streets
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