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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 15, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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EVENINO mit.t.nTIN. HONOM't.H. T. I!.. TiiunsD.w. Di:r. IS. 1010.
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IN FINE SHAPE
Those Who Appear in Two
Weeks Are Approaching
Jackson sajH hu has everything
Coming Ills way for the light to -die
held at tho Asnhl Theater on Deroin-
bj;r 20 niid In Is sure that tlio card
lie puts mi Unit night will lia n
pleasing one to tlio light fans ot the
McOurn, llonn, llauerso ks. Fink.
Young (Inns ntul Sarrotio aro all Jn
training- nml lining steady work to
got themselves In shape for the light.
which will he the first pulled off here
for many months.
Proliahly the fight between Ilauer
socks and Kink will be as good as
the real go of the evening, for Ilau
er socks Is a ganio fighter and Fink,
although he had not as much science,
can stand up and take n lot of pun
ishment, a well as give a few hard
It Is predicted that the 12 round
go between Mcdurn and Iloao will
not last the limit as cither McGum
will get warmed up along about the
fourth or fifth round and do things
to his opponent, or Iloao will btart
on with a rush at the first and take
McCiurn off his feet before he real
izes Just what has happened.
Taken all In nil, however, the chxl
hltlon lo be pulled off on the night
nfter Christmas will be about tho
best seen In this city for a long
time, and will bo liberally supported
by the fight fans.
Tho Asa hi Theater has as largo a
stage as any In town and the room
for ringside seats Is greater than nny
place else. Nearly two thousand
persons can see the fight there.
a n a
DOTS AND DASHES.
Garry Hcrrman, owner of tlio Cln
clmiati Club, lias set at rest rumors
about displacing Huhlltzoll at first
base by raising Ills salary. Further
more, Mr. Herrmann says that there
Is not n better first sackcr In tho Na
The Palamas heat Kauluwelas 28
to 12 last night In a gamo of canned
baseball at tho Falamn gym. This
was tho first tlmo that tho defeated
team has played at I'alama, mid tho
men say they were not used to tlio
Don't Miss This
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To get you iiriiinliilcd with us we want you to see our exceptional.
1) low prices and high grade rinllilng, then Jim "ill admit )m lum
neier seen nnj thing lo iiinl (hem.
They lire In (no anil three-piece mills, WOHSTKII.S, CHEVIOTS,
CtSSIMKIIKS, FLVNXKI.N, FltKNCH AM'AC.t, SKLF STItll'K mid
lll.l'E SKIHIKS. The latest 111 patterns In stripes and checks.
-They nre Hie product of the best makers, the materials nre ex
cellent, (lie tailoring faultless, the stjles pleasing to tho (julet anil In
the fashionable dressers.
II Is lo the In'leroht of cicrj man to participate n (his great cloth
ing cieat. Plain to say, vie glie good, solid, honest mine, and mine
sticks out nil our our clothing. -'!,-
Prices range from $fi.."i0 to tilM' nml north .from 10 to r." per
rent more, llefore Ini) lug any cliilliiiif look'ntoiir goods and prices.
It nil) com lore joii of our great money shuts.
Untitling, ipp. Japanese Consulate.
Fort .Street near lleretanln, Harrison
Mars Flying at Fresno and
Could Not Come to Hono
lulu as Expected.
Promoter lirlce knows that Hud
.Mars Isn't on his, way here and ho
does know that Hojey, .nnothor C'ur
tlss man, Is on board the Manchuria
bound for this port, but whether on
pleasure bent or to make flights ho
has been unable to find out.
It seems that lirlce recohed cable
word that Mars could not come ns bo
had been booked by tile New York of
fice to fly nt Fresno this week, some
thing he knew nothing about until In
formed from New York a few days
All tho bookings for flights aro
made nt the Curtlss New York olllco
and the aviators know nothing ot
where they are to ho sometimes' un
til a few days before the date for tho
(light, which may take placo thou
sands of miles away.
lloxcy Is one of the most daring
men of the Curtlss staff but bo has
Just recovered from a bad fall with
his machine In which ho was smashed
up considerably, and after that fall
ho said he would never fly again.
Perhaps Hoxey has changed his
mind with returning strength and de
cided to follow tho game the samo ns
before, but at present this Is not
Hoxey may have been sent hero with
his machines' and mechanics to take
tho placo of Mars, but until tho Man
churia, gets Into wireless touch with
Honolulu It may not bo known Just
what tho object of the blrdman's visit
to tho Islands really Is.
Mars wanted to come bore badly, It
Is said, and then go to tho Orient, but
tho Fresno pcoplo promoting tho meet
thero would listen to no other llyer
taking his place and ho ho had to re
main for tho flights there.
a a a
There will be a baseball meeting
this evening at Chilllngworth's of
fice to consider the question of so
curing tho Athletic Park for tho
coming baseball seaBon. This Is a
special meeting of tho Oalut llascball
Punalinii club will hold a meet
ing next Wednesday to consider tho
terms under which Knniehamehn
alumni will share the hall until ji
permanent home for tho club Is
a a a a a a xx a a a a a a a a a a
a SPORT CALENDAR. M
a Saturday, Dee. 17. a
a Hoccer Series Hawaiian Asio- a
tt elation Football I.cagun com- a
a indices. a
J! Sunday, Dec. 18. a
a Kalakana Acnuo Walking Hacc. a
a Friday Dec.t23. !t
a Field .Meet at Fort ShaMor. tt
a Dee. 24, 25, 26. tt
a Airship Flight Moanalua by
a llud Mars. a
a Monday,' Dee. 26. tt
a Dig Fight nt Asahi Theatre Willi St
XX Preliminary llouts. Xt
SS Saturday, Dec. 31. i.
SS Itaco Meet nt Illlo Special a
SS Steamer from Honolulu Leaven SS
SS Friday Aflernonn. SS
SS Airship Flight Illlo, During M
XX Itaco Meet. SS
a ss ss a a ss a xx a xx xx a a tt a a xx xx
Writing to tho New York Post
from London under date of Nov tra
iler 4, a corrcsiKindent has n fow re
marks to make of tho Ithodes schol
ars In football at Oxford.
Tho men who win tho Ilhodes'
scholarships In tho United States and
tho Colonies with the prlvllcgo of
studying In Oxford, arc all around
men and It speaks well for them that
they aro something on tho nthlctlc
field ns well ns In tho lecture hall.
Ilhodes scholars aro likely to figure
strongly In tliK season's Oxford Uni
versity tlughy team. In particular,
much Is expected of W, A. Stolz of
California, who phoned promise
among the three-quarters last Satur
day, when the "varsity team easily
beat Marlbmo Nomads. Tho Ameri
can hns gicat paco (ho Is considered
equal to CO seconds for tho quarter-
mucj, ami ougnt 10 develop into n
fine winger when he Iibb learned tho
art of giving mid taking passes when
well Into his stride. Hnrlequlus sim
ply outplayed Cambridge University
on Sntunlay. and tho Light llliir-s will
havo to Improve rapidly to Btnnd nnv
chance against Oxford.
One of tho best performances lately
was tho 0 points to 3 win of Itlch
1110ml over London Scottish, tho
Richmond forwards (among whom S.
N. Cronje of South Africa showed 1111
well) fairly surprising the Scots.
Northumberland continues to do
well In tho Ilugby comity champion
ship. Cheshire going under by 17
points to fi, nnd Kent and East Mid
lands nlso gained big wins over Sur
rey nnd Middlesex, respectively. Nor
must one forget tho brilliant win (27
IHilnts to 3) of Oxford University
ocr tho United Services side, tho
first reverse of tho season for tho
st ss ::
CLUB WILL GIVE
At tho Commercial Club tills even
ing there will be V get-together din
ner given, nt which Bevernl members
of tho club who havo spent months
on the mainland and In Europe, wt 1
be welcomed home. '
Included In tho list of spcaNoa
who will tell of tholr observations
wlillo away are' (leorge W. Smith, L.
Tenney Peck. K. A. Hermit, K, W.
Macfarlano and C. Hedemanu.
COMMITTEE TO BE
It Is tho Intention of Alfred D.
Cooper, who la in charge of the
movement for getting ' an athletic
field for tho school ch'lldron of Ho
nolulu, to name ,a large committer
to have complete, control ot, the move
ment within the next twenty-four
In speaking of tho matter this
morning Mr. Cooper said that It was
his intention to have not only alumni
from the different schools of tl-.u city
on tho committee, but special lepie.
gentntlves from tho business and pro.
fesslonal community In addition.
A concerted movement Is planncl.
and a publicity campaign will ho
carried on that tho object may bo
attained as soon us possible.
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National League May Require
Arbiters to Prepare for
Spring training for umpires Is tho
latest innovation to bu proposed In
baseball. Secretary-Tieasuror CIiiib.
(1. Williams of tho Chicago Nationals
Is. tho man behind tho Idea, and Pres
ident Murphy will ho asked to. pre
sent tlio motion before tho annual bos
slon of tho National League, Decem
ber 13 In New York.
"Tho players aro required to put In
flvo or six weeks of hind practlco In
the south every spring," said Wil
liams, "and If tho club owners deem
It proper to send their athletes away
for tho purpose of brightening up
their batting eyes, why wouldn't It
bo a good Idea to giro the umplm a
like course of treatment.
"It stands to reason tho men who
handle the Indicators aro bound to be
a little bit 'off form' .is regards ilia
judgment of balls and strikes, espec
ially after Idling through tho months
of November, Docember, Jnniuuy,
February, March, and 11 good part of
Umpires of big league games are
fluently nro culled upon to render de
cisions on curve balls of every va
riety in the early Bprlng, when, as a
matter ot fact, these arbitera havo
lived all winter far from thu sccno of
any ball game. Why not ask thu urn
plies to get busy 11 month or so be
fore tho championship Benson Is t-ct
in motion, for the purpose of rcne
tptulnting themselves with tho rules
and the various curves."
DARIUS GREEN II IS
AS UNLUCKY AS FIRST
Tries to Fly With Pair of Eaglo
Wings But Hits Ground
ASHKVILLK, N. C, Nov. 23. De
claring that he would teach tlio
world how to lly, C. James, a
Madlfcon County mountaineer, twenty-three,
taking an old pair of ongl
wings nnd n dilapidated umbrella,
made his way to a fifty foot ro:l
cliff. Ho wiib accompanied by frlewU
James had heard a lot about aL'
slilps, and ho tuld thoso with whom
ho was discussing tho subject thit
be would show theni tlio oii'v m'g
lual way to fly, t When ha io.u.hed
the cliff on the mountain side ho
bound the eagle wings to his shoul
ders. Unfolding tho umbrella, he
stood upon the edge of the rock, pre
paring for the flight.
When James felt suro that every
thing wub alt right ho gave ono flop
and leaped Into the air. As ho jump
ed tho umbrella turned wrong sldo
out, the eaglo wings failed to hear
him up and Is descent wiib as rapid
as you please. When his friends
reached him James was iincnus'lous
nnd badly bruised.
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