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EVENING -BULLETIN,'HONOLULU,T.H.,"FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1011.
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St It Managers of baseball, and oth- tt
tt cr athlctlo teams would notify tho tt
tt B it 1 lo 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- tt
tt nosed matches so that such in- tt
tt formation could bo placed In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt sldcrcd a favor. Address all cnm-i tt
tt munlcntlona to Sporting Editor,, it
tt Bulletin Ofllco. tt
tt Sunday, Sept. 10. tt
tt Baseball Stars vs. Hawaii; P., 8
tt A. C. vs. J. A. C; at Athlctlo tt
tt Park. tt
tt Mohawks vs. Asabls; C. A. U. tt
tt vs. Paiamas; at Athletic Park, tt
tt Saturday, Sept. 16. tt
tt ttcgattn Day Sports In I lotto- tt
tt lulu liar Ijoi. tt
tt Track Horse Itaecs at Kuplo- tt
tt lanl Park. tt
mi all-around mail on tlio track tenm chko, which expects to win tho pcn-l rlv0 ""'V .. . "B -
nt this year, n closo second, Pitts- " gcram ni Ainicuc rarK. jj
Long Distance Men Leave Col
lege Strong In Field
The prospects for a strong track
Phillies and New York Still
Hold Their Places as
Tim KtandliiK of tho lilg Io.-ikiics up
piiiii nt Oaliu Cnllrga next yenr nra to tho present tlmc'show that Phlladcl-
good. Judging by the students who will phln Is still lending In tho American
enter tho college next week. Captain I.cugiic, while Detroit Is second. They
Itun Hitchcock will lend the men for hud not plnyed since the last slumllng
n second year, having been reelected of tho teams.
Inst spring scaron. While at the cet- In the National LctiKtio New York Is
lego nnu has earned u reputation nh at the top of the ladder, with Chi-
The Only Way
ro in; comfoiiTaule ths wkathiju, is to install an
TWIN ON TI1N CURRHNT
AND TOU WILL NOT MISS
TIIK COST IS INSIGNIFICANT
AND A FAN WILL LAST
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
and tho chnmiilon polo viuiltcr. This mil
latter event mid tho broad Jump will Uirg Is well up In tho running for llrst
lo his strong points. i honors.
Most of the best athletes who took I The Paclllc Coast League tablo shows
part In the meet Inst year will return ! Vernon to be tho top-notcher, She
to college, and there are many others gained this position during the Inst few
who will turn out this year who worojdnys. Portland had a downfall and Is
not on the tinm last season. There now second In the, race, with Oakland
nro also a fnv. recruits who.are to enter. il her heels. '
the college this year who will be vnlu- In the .Northwestern League, Vnncoii-'
utile men bntho team, and Coach Rick, ver Is having n rlncli In the winning
r will certainly smile when his team! of tho series. Victoria Is still loslng.(
goes- on the Held next spring. I On September I sho lost a close game
Hans Fnsrolh. the champion high to Spokane by tho score of 10 to
Jumper, has skipped from St. Louis nftcr leading 9 to 8 In tho last of tho
College and will Join hands with a newlelghlh. Hits wero plentiful during tho
bunch of sports this year nt Oahu Col- game, nnd each team used two men In
lege. Ho Is expected to enter us a the box.
Junior. I Williams was put In the box first
Npttnge will be one of tho men of for the Victorias, but was soon taken tho scries at tho present time,
tho 1911 track team who will bo miss-' out and replaced by Erlckson. I Asahls and Palamns aro tied fi
tt Sunday, Sept. 17.
tt Baseball Stars vs. P. A. C; Ha- tt
tt wall vs. J. A. C; at Athletic tt
tt Park. tt
tt Saturday, Sept. 30. tt
tt Track A. A. U. Track Meet. tt
Tho Oahu Junior players nro very
much stirred up over tho outcome of
d this yenr, as he Intends to stay with Score: honors, and It loot. as tnoiign tlie lat
his business In town. Ho was a crack R. H B.er team win reach the top llrst hi
half-mlln runner. Victoria 3 17 I time to bo champion. Tho Nipponese
William Desha, nlso n star on lost Spokane ,.10 H B.arc delighted over the showing their
year's tenm. will be missed.' Ho won' Batteries William". Krlckson and. team Is making In the league, and If It
several points for his team In the meet Devogt: Houck, Sewenk and Splosman.icnii hold Itself together Sunday against
The slnndlng nf the three big leagues
up lo September Is ns follows:
Inst spring, taking second ptaco In tho
hurdles nnd broad Jump.
Morgan, Coney, Ran Hitchcock, S.
Oay and "Sleepy" Baldwin appear lo
.be the promising 100-yard candidates.' Now York "
In tho quarter mllo they will still Chicago 7
rely on K. Olbli, who has entered In Pittsburg 71
that event for the past two seasons. I Philadelphia r,l
In tho half mile and' mile the collego St. I-nuls fil
will need to develop somo new ma-1 Cincinnati I.... G4
ierlal. WAndorsOli Is tho nn'ly Rood Brooklyn -.1 . .-.-.V.-. . . 1 '
man left for tho mllo this year. Young Boston SI
olid Cyril Damon hnvo gono away tO
college, and they were valuable men at American League,
both distances. The loss of theso men! W.
will bo keenly felt In tho Inng-dlstnnco Philadelphia 79
events. . Detroit 74
In the hurdles tho collego team will New York lit
nlso be weak, as It has lost Bill Desha., Boston 2
Young paly and L Oay will bo cnndl- Clevcmnd 61
dates for this event next year. Chicago 01
Han Hitchcock, who Is the best all- Washington Dl
n round nlhlcto at tho cnllece. will lead St. Louis 35
In most of tho Pcld events. Inmnn,
who holds the strnng-mnn honors nt
Oahu, Is expected to return. There aro
hopes of llnillng somo likely freshmen
for the dlstnnce events this' year.
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FAND0M AT RANDOM
The baseball bugs aro anxious lo seo
tho second series of tho Oahu Leaguo
c;omo to (in end. as thero nro four fresh
teams -ready lo start u short series',
Pacific Coast League.
Vernon 87 65
Portland 80 6.1
Oakland 81 71
San Francisco 7.1 81
Sacramento 67 8.1
Los Angeles 63 91
Young Togo, the Japanese lioxcr,
failed to arrive this morning by tho
Sierra as expected. It was claimed tlili
Many olllcors .of promlnenco and
high rank la tho United Status army
nnd navy sorvlco nro passengers in
tho army transisirt Iignn, which sail
ed from Han Fianclscir on September
Mil, and Is expected to nirivo at Ho
nolulu u week later.
According to mlvlreR received by
tho local quartermaster department
tho Logan should reach Ihlu port on
route to Manila not lator than Tuos
' In tho cabin list nu received hole
aro nolod several rnvulry ofilcors,
among whom Honolulu may draw a
Included In tho list aro tho follow
ing: Colonel Randolph Dickens, mnrlno
corps; I.lculonnnt Colonel W. Vlbon,
paymaster; Lieutenant Colonel W. Y
Stamper, second infantry; Major II.
M. I,nrd, paymaster; Major 'P. i.
Trniih, suvcutli cavalry! Major W. M.
Criilseliank, first field artillery; Ma'
jor II. C. Buckley, pay department;
Captain II. W, Mourns, twentieth In
fnntry; Captain T. Tlluian Campbell,
comnilsnary; Captain (!. D, Krcoimm,
Jr., scconil Infantry; I.leulonant Ur
nest Durr, Unlled States navy; Cap-
lain R. Smith, sixth lnfuntry; Cap
lulu I'. V. S. Chamberlain, second In
fnntry; Lieutenant C, C. Culver, sev
enth cavalry; Lieutenant II. O. Stalil,
blxth 'Infantry; I.loutcnant W. II.
Smith, sovcuth cavalry; Lieutenant N
11. Itchkop, llrst Hold artillery; Lieu
tenant Murr - O'Connor,, .fourteenth
cavalry; Lieutenant W. B. Sturglll,
fcecond field artillery; Lieutenant It.
I. Harris, medical rescrvo corps;
Lieutenant J. W. Love, medical ro
servo corps; Lieutenant W. C. Pot
ter, first field artillery; Llcutonant .L
R. Bradley, modlcal rcsorvo corps;
Lieutenant D. M. Gardner, Jr., Unit
ed Slates niarlno corps; LlotUcnnnt
A. D. Davis, medical corps; Lloutcn
nnt Troup Miller, seventh cavalry;
Lieutenant C. W. Stewart, fifth cuv
nlry, Lloutenant B. 1L Cnmpholl, sec
ond Infantry; Lloutenant L. U. Kro-
dcnliall, second Infantry; Lieutenant
K. A. Barker, (.ccond Infantry; Lieu
tenant I), S. Lniuncr, artillery corps;
Lieutenant V, A. Rood, second in
fantry; Knslgn Alan (1. Kirk, United
Slatca navy; Kiislgu C. 15. Kcardou,
United Slatea navy.
Puro opium valued at $15,000
enough to bring dreama lo all Now
.York's Chinatown, was found In a
collar in Hint quartor. ,
Burglars vlsltod tho Northhrldgc,
Mass., iosti)lllcof blow oicu tho safe
and depailcd with $352 worth of
stamps, but.obiuined no cash.
Joseph Nuco, who was electrocuted
nt Auburn prison, confessed to his
spiritual advisors that ho killed Anna
Candlana with a stove lifter. .
Archbishop Kelly, coadjutor to tho
lata Cardinal Mnrau, will succeed Iho
latter as archbishop of Sydney, N,
A plan is under consideration to tap
tho Patilxent rlwr to Increase tho wa
fer supply of the District of Columbia,
Tho ottleers of tho Royal Clan, Order
of Scottish Clans, voted to hold tho
.next .convcnloln in- Philadelphia, In
which Will no doubt reap a good liar- - '""" "V Japjneso passenger inni
logo nail neen engageu in mrei in
tour-round bcut In San Pranclsco on
The Rltchlo.and Malty Baldwin flRht
drew $2800 n gato receipts. This,
IIo will conio down hero
seems to bo n small sum for such n
uillt. but it Is claimed that thero waa'j
l.irK o iniriesi ui me ,Kiuno at the
time. I-'or Ritchie's sliaro ho only drow
about) $550. Baldwin got $780.
What healthy Nerves
Mean to You.
inn mug is said to bo surrering from A" strong .virarous nervous system
lulluenr... und for this reason his match mcans llcaLltll. StrcMRtll and ability
with Jack Lester has been postponed ,0 cm,urc llar(Iship anj aso to
joy tlie lull pleasures ot lite.
Tlie,nn villi liratthjr nre urcomplUlics
nrratrr lki with lci fatlcue. lie lut a clt.r
Or. an aciivr drain end n sound bud)r. He li
rniblfd to thtnlt lirltrr and otk failtr. He
hai rnrrsr. With hratthy nervci he can over.
cntrie the liardc.t competition, be auccessful and
The woman wllli healthr nfrM li nevrr
u' lW,ilt or horl. lie l not Irritable.
-..v ..(..cr .uucr. iri'ni iiy.irria. .lie nai
.Matt Wells, who defeated "Knock-1
out'' Brown on August 30, has already
Hurled, light training und wilt unnnunco
soon that ho is reitdy to meet liny
lightweight In the world. Wells will
witness the Wolgast.Mcl''arland light
und will challenge tho winner at 131.
" ' ,p.!frVf(l lopiu of ndnrancc. Hratthy nervet
Tint Ulltrigger crew lias sliaVPd llown "" I"""" "C iirrpicaa moincr,
Wnll'a canoe, "Lelkloklo," und It Is now
very Jlght. Tho members will soon
sliuyn down their puddles In order to
brat the llul Nnlu hunch, who, by tho
way, ,aro shaving lliclr lutlr In order
to win from the Outriggers. Tho six'
paddle event will certainly turn out to
be nn exciting evsnt. 'I
Tho Chlllliigwprth brothers,' llkn tho
Desha brethrrs, mo great sports, In
tho coming regnt'n oventa thero will
be seen Bob Chllllngworth pulling for
the MsTlle snnlor i rew'.nnd oyfr ncross
the way maio In tho lead his brother-Will
will bo rowing for the Pun
tjpno crew. Both are valuable nien In
their respective crows. I
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HOII1 with rat and nur.infr. frnn, a "hr.lr
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All men and women who anffrr from these
forroi nf nervoutnesn- known at N'uraslhrnla
who have "gone to plerea," who lack energy,
who have Insomnia, .who haic succumbed to
nervous iroiration or nervous rihaustion,
rilher mental or phyaicat, whose condition Is
one of Irritable wraknrst, will find ready relief
and, cure, lu the peculiar oriental properties oi
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like manic. .The bright rye. the rlattlc- ttep,
the clear and aethe brain, .the courage and
.trcnRtrrand comfort they Iratvut ere noted
almost from the first day they are taken:
One box of Persian Nerve lusence
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he Mullocks It wilt no douht carry oft
tho llrst series.
Ijixt Sunday the Muhoeks were hand
ed it surprise pnekngo hy the C. A.. II.
nine, which has been tho tall-ender
.604; right from the start. It was an un-
.587 1 expected defent, which spoiled their
.Ms chance of running for llrst placo with
.ri26,tno oilier two icntiers.
Tho C. A. .11. will tackle ono of the
ntrnnsrcsl tenuis In tho, leaguo Hundny
In tho Pnlama nine. If the Celestials
can hand nut nnnther surprise package
to this bunch, II will certainly tickle tho
Asahls to denth, us It will glvo them
the series If they win their gnmo Sun-J
day; nnd If tho Pulamas win their
gnme and the Nipponese Inso to th
.508 Muhoeks, the P.ilamas will rejoice.
.r.OI , Well, hoth teams bad better win their
.600 gnmos. then they can light It out for
.292 The Asnhls plav their last gamo or
tho scries Sunday, and .all tho other
teams will hnvo ono moro postponed
match to play off.
Morse nnd Perrelrn will bo the bat-
r,60,tery for tho Palamns, and the usual
,B43 (support will be given them by tho rest
.474 ,of the tenm.
Morse him been the only pitcher, used
by tho Palamns this series, nnd ho has
done good work. Ha Is ono of tho
poorest batters on tho team, lint when
It comes to handing out curves, bo 13
ii dandy. ,
Tho Aulas am Inking n dny oft next
Sunday, and they certainly need It for
more practise. This team Is full of
Iwlrlers, among thorn Sam Hop, qno of
The morning games draw qullo n
crowd In the park, nnd the fans' usually
enjoy the games. Thero should bo
largo crowd prrsent Sunday.
,- n a $
FANDOM AT RANDOM
The world's record for long-rango
rilto, shooting with nny.rlflo nnd am
munition, on the 800, 9J0 and ,1000
ynrd ranges, was broken nt Camp
Perry, O, on August 22 hy tho Ohio
team, which won tho Hcrrlck trophy
with tho score of 1732, or twenty polntB
moro than tho old record. Tho llrst
tenm of the navy finished second with
Tim S'resldent'H match was won hy
Corporal C. A. Lloyd of tho United
Slates Marino Corps, with n scoro of
281. Tho match was won last year by
Sorgoiuit W. A. Krngner, also of tho
Marino Corps, with n scoro of 283.
ANNAPOLIS. Mil. A lC.OOO-mllo
iM-enti crulso forms tho preparation' of
tho naval academy fnntbnll sqund for
the ruining season. Tho thirty mem-bi-ra
of th" squad went on lcavo Wed
ni'sday and will return to tho ncmleiny
on SrptPinbrr 23, n week In ndvancicof
tlio opening of Ihe school, Tho ocean
trip nppears to havo dono tho football
men, good, as they are all In excellent
trim and .eager or tho coming season.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho Knllbl ciinoo crew Is Iho latest
to turn out lor practise In preparation
for tho coming Regatta Day sporl3.
Thero nro two nttractlvo sporting
gatherings In town during tho lunch
nour theso days. Anyone who wants
to talk barebnll can go to tho corner
of Bethel and King, wlillo If you prefer
rowing you will find n llvo bunch nt
tho corner ot King and Fort. Hono
lulu Is tuned up In the sporting Una at
Waeklj Bulletin II per jr,
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 18R
Fin. heavy ones just arri.cd
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