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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1911.
The Bulletin's Page of Sports
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TODAY'S GAME SHOULD BE THH
TURNING POINT OF BIG SERIES
Interest Keener and Attendance Greater Than In Any Other
Scries for the World's Championship Giants Would Like
BY LAURENCE REDINOTON.
Today New York started llic fourth
struggle with Philadelphia for Ilia
world's highest baseball honors a guiiio
the but" lien a of the games, nnd fore
casts of those to come.
The receipts of the present serlcH w III
he enormous nnd If by any chance, the
full seven Raines are required the. flrr
to the bad, nnd that game uns dropped ures will probably reach n mark that
on the Giants' home lot, too. At the will stagger een the most sanguine
present writing today's Rame Is In
progress, and on Its result the wliolo
series hinges. Another win would give
tho Athletics an enormous moral ad
vantage, for they would then need only
one inoro Rama to cinch tho scries,
and would bo full of conlldcnce and
pep, whereas McOraw's men would bo
Ibox office Rucsscr. Four hundred thou
sand dollars Isn't nn extravagant rucss
nt the grand total that will be taken In.
The players themselves share In tho
receipts of tho first four games. Ret
ting 60 per cent, of tho toss, which
Is split between the wlnnhi ,' nnd losing
teams on n 60-40 basis. Tl e club own-
correspondingly discouraged nnd tired era get .10 per cent, nnd lie National
out. A win for the (.Hunts, however,. Commission 10 per cent.
will rulsa excitement, already nt fever Limiting the participation of the
heat, to tho boiling point, nnd In this players to the tlrst four 'games does
event It Is" sufe to predict that tho nway with nny breath of scandal that
llfth game, to be plajcd In New York mlRht touch the throwing of games to
tomorrow, will break all records for attendance.
Bo far awny from the theater of ac-
spin tho series out and coux extrn dol
lars through the box nffjco window
The New York fans wem pra Ing for
tlon It's hard to rcatlzo the tremendous cold weather before tho series started
Interest that Is being shown In tho and If tho Inst few dajs have lieen
TWENTY PLAYERS IN
FIGHT FOR THE E. 0.
HALL TENNIS TROPHY
Tournament Promises to Bring
Out Somo First Class Work
With an even twenty names on tho
list, drawings for tho llnll Cup tour
iiriment were made jestcrday after
noon. Ploy starts shortly after i
o'clock this afternoon on both tho Pn
title and Ucrctnnla courts, four matches
of the preliminary round being carded.
This will bring the entry list down to
tho sixteen required to have the sched
ule work down to tho finals properly.
With one new class. Class O, added
to the list, several plavcrs who did not
consider their play Rood enouglv to
Justify their entering In Class !' havo
put In their names.
Follow Ing nro tho drawings:
Ilarncs (II) against Unvngo (D); Ir
win (K) against Gray (K); Itenton (K)
against Bchmlilt (O): O'Duvvdii D)
against Nuquln (II).
lljcs J. V.'itcrhniise Nicholson, Ilk-
Never In History of Coast
Baseball Has There Been
Such a Pennant Chase.
Coatt League Standing, October 10.
W. I. IV t.
I'orthiud 105 ?.' J.'J.I
Vernon IIS ;:i ,t,M
Oakland 101 9: .5:8
Sacramento MI lul .",
Kan Kranclc Mi I or, 417
I.os Angeles 77 117 .3'iC
Tho last week of lins.h.ill In the Pa
cific Coast I.cuguu rim the finish of
the most thrilling pi'inuiiil men cvir
known In tho lilsturj of tho khiiio on
the Pacific Slope I'or weeks Port
land, tho champions of in Hi. nnd Vtr-
lund. Guard, IJecrr. Cnstle, Klncliilr, IJ.'iion havo bicn luiiuliig nick and link,
Wntcrhouse. Ureenwell, von IMnim, ilu mid on several occasions II has km
Rol and Thompson. Incccssiiry tu tarry tho ii.rcent.iKcs out
The first two matches on the pro- to live llgures tu ilvtiriiihin which Linn
gram today will lie decldeil on the Pa- hud a rractlou.il advantage
clllc courts, nnd the hist two nt Il.rc-I However, In last week's battle rnul
With the establishment of
light between tl... respective champion, muggy In the. East, tho Giants were cl" "' "ln "' "''"-' l changes ' ' "' ' ""'" ' l1"'" ,' .."'J "'"""' ,,1,,l"r' l"m fr,,m
of tho lvv major leagues. Not ontyjworklng at n disadvantage. The whole oineh.t from that of the tustlc I up ' ' ' r "'" l J " " ,,. N y Is r.0 Merk.e
In New York nnd Philadelphia, whero'tenm works better In crisp, snappy ""' """ " ' '""" f,,r "' l"" ' ' ' " V, n ,' I, ,1,, Is'1 ,"r"' "E" "' ""''' -......
. ....! .. . . ..... .irene.il tnurnnnient: ,MO '", "Hgins inns nasco.ui mail
Wlltse nnd Ames both P tournnment
place, but In every baseball center. pitch better when tho thermometer j Class A owes O 30 and gives G IB f(i1,tlml (n (l
throughout the country fans uro hung- stands nt 50 or below n th 1st, 3rd and vry odd game tltlltj..lt.ltlU.r.
Linc-Up of Giants Shows Only
Two Players Born In
Star performers of New York's Na
tlon.il l.iiiKui' b.scball team, wlio nro
lighting to win the world's chnmplna
slilp caino from many sections of tho
cotintrv Only two of tho players de
ft ndliig National league hoonrs wero
lion, within tho bou nil.. rles of tho Km
t'hrMj .Malliowson, veteran pitcher
of tho i tub. wllh tin j ears' service to
Ills rrcdlt. overtops In length of service
Ames, another pitcher, by twn jenrs,
while W'lltso and IWIIn have played
seven je.irs inch Mejcrs, the lndlin
catcher, nnd Murni) have lieen but two
years In continuous service with the
I'letcher, bom In C'olllnsvllle, III, hai
bien tun and one-linlf enrs with tho
li'iiin, while "Joh" Devcre, tho small
st plav.r III the I. ague. Joined the
team list (ur, allhougli he bad been
pur. based In l'JOS
1-nrry l)oe, c.iptaln, Is 34 ye..rs old.
lie was born In Cnscyv llle. III, nnd 1ms
In en def. tiding the New York baseball
hopes for four enrs Herxog, 34, Is a
native of ll.til.norc, Md Warren. Pn ,
inntrlbiitnl Anns He Is 37 enrs old.
Hnndgrns eiiiue from California. Iln
c nines from llnmll-
t n.n ... ...a.. ... M ... !... f 1....M
A, ,, , , .lli'i'' lilin i"n 1 .Mil lit t 11, II, !'(.
nil tluro was some lii-aud-out "
between the two had. rs, plajcd on
Yimou's own gioun.ls, McCrcdle's men
opened up i. I. a. I that may ciirr) them
nit series. Witness tho
Uctober 8, when Vernon
than twents -three jenrs ngo
dull, 71, Is n native of Wadlnii
iiind tin it wutchtd I'orllaiid take u 17
to G game In the afternoon
i. . ... ,. .1-1 i.i I... .u... it. I n...- t t.f M...naM ...II ... a .. Il,ri.ijf..r untl num. 15 uiiil i.lvi.u 3n
.ok uer m "'. ""'" ' -oe or..-, -.nu... .v,...,.n ..... ... .., .................. -. , Portland 37 to 1 lie the
streets in ironi 01 uuiieiin ooarns an.i.wuni anea iiuoe warquaro, Aicuravvn " " " .. i r'i'j .-.-,, jsu.
bombarding newspaper ofllccs for news 111,000 (linger, when ho was taken out thereafter
of the big games.
Mora than 300 skilled baseball
era urc reporting the nerlc.
the abnormal appetite for '
even game thereafter.
, wlio. wllll .Mnthewsoii, claims seniority
of age In II eors, was liorn In Wni-
rlnu-t"n, I) I'
I . ,,, .. rt ,. .o o Ki.iui' ill ..! a ii-niiiiui i, ......
of the Rmo In Philadelphia Mondny. Class I owes r. 15 on every game -,,.!,- tlrst saw
nan writ- Probably his arm went back on him. and In addition gives O 15 nn tho I"''1,,,.,.,, ,,,, ,.,,, v.rlllll, unpens to 2
to satisfy There has been some apprehension on 3rd and every odd game thereafter, and ,. ,,t In et.l
hot from this account for some time past. jRlves 30 on the and. 4th and every OMiw Umur la( kl,J IJUBB
.Mnniiiaril, the "lll.nno
the light In Clevo-
WORLD'S 8ERIES DOPE.
1911 PENNANT WINNERS.
An exptrt who has watehtd
tha work of th QianU and Ath
litlci during the past on hai
tt down aoma "depa" on th
ralatlv atrangth of th two pn
nant winnars. Of court, ba-
bH.Slop'l( an uncartain prop-"
$ o.ltlon at It btt, but It fur-
' nliha lomi idaa of th strong
point of th two Uams. Th
i flflurti followi
Pitching 25 .15 .10
; Tam work ..25 .12 .13
i Batting 25 .11 .14
l-ltiaing 13 mi mo
Bat running.. 25 .12 .13
N.Y. Phil. ?
Thui it can b tn that th
xpert figure th Qlant a two.
paint battar turn than th Ath-Idle.
4 t $ $ $ $
Lumber and heavy limbers to bo
used In the constitution work at Pearl
Harbor havo been dlacharKcd from the
American schooner Dcndlxon and that
vessel will be towed tn sen from the
new naval baso by tho MatRon Navi
gation tug Intrepid today. The Den
dlxnn will be dispatched for Pugct
Hound ports taking ballast only.
for House Wear
With broad toft too and
xtra tow rubbtr heel.
NoImI trsad. A regula
tion hospital hoe.
A new Low-Heel Slip
per. Broad toe, with or
Price - $1.75
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT 8TREET
Open Saturday Evening
National 1911. New York; 8
American 1911, Philadelphia;
Western 1911, Denver; 1910,
Southern 1911, New Orleans;
1910, New Orleans.
New Kngland 1911, Lowell;
1910. New llcdford.
Trl-Htntc Association 1911,
Heading: 1910, Altoonu.
Northwestern 1911, Vancou
ver; 1910, Hpokanc.
Connecticut 1911, Springfield;
Texas 1911. Austin; 1910.
N Y Htuto 1911, Wllkes
barrej 1910, Wllkesbarre.
Michigan State 1911, Cadlt
luc; 1910. Cadillac.
Central Association 1911. Ot
tumwii; 1910, Qulncy.
Virginia 1911, Petersburg;
South Atlantic 1911, Colum
bit; 1910, Columbus,
M. I. N. K. 1911, Humboldt;
1910, Kails City.
Superior; 1910, Kau Claire.
Wisconsin-Illinois 1911, Rock
ford; 1910, Applcton.
Appalachian 1911, Johnson
Ohio-Pennsylvania 1911, Ak
ron; 1910, Akron.
Mtn. Btute 1911. Mid. Pow
erny. Southeastern 1911, Annlston;
Nebraska State 1911, Supe
rior; 1910, r'remont.
Ohio State 1911, Springfield;
Itlun Uruss 1911, Paris; 1910,
Illinois. Missouri 1911, Clin
ton; 1910, Pekln
Texas. Oklahoma 1911, Cle
burne. Central 1911, Da j ton; 1910,
Ciiiuidlun 1911, Ilvrlln; 1910,
Smith Michigan 1911, Kala
mazoo; 1910, Kalamazoo,
West Cunada 1911, Moose
Jaw; 1910, Edmonton.
Union Association 1911, Great
Falls; 1610, New.
Three-Kye 1911, Peoria.
Coast League 1911 (7); 1910,
Class C owes O 15 and gives O 15 on
the 1st, 3rd and every odd game there
after, and gives O 30 on tho 3ml, 4th
and every even giime thereafter.
Class D gives O 15 on the 1st, 3rd
nnd every odd game thereafter, nn.l
gives O .10 nn the 2nd, 4lh and every
the Angels The rc.oi.ls of the si rles
so far this season show that V.rnoii
has beaten tho Oaks twent) times nnd
have Inst but fourteen, while Portland
bus Die edge on l.os Augi Ins b) win
ning seventeen mid losing fifteen
even game thereafter
I A cable nnnoimccs tho arrival n(
v Class E Rives O 15 on every game. i"' "" iMBvigau.m moamcr vvu-j
r..n b .i.. n tr. .. ii.. -.a in. hclmlnn at Sun Frnnclvoi vcslcrday
and-overy even'gnm- thereafter. ' , .n"'fnlnK. .This vessel with fulralred,
p' e aa --j arR'and S8 er.tliln pisscngers Balled,
, 4llrom Honolulu on last Wcdncsdny
w..k. Rallalla tl r
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Tho Pacific Mall steamship Man
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la reported tn havo sailed from San
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