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FIGHTER A GOOD
SrOIlTINO writers nil ot til
country hnvo had their hammers
out f6r Ail Wolgust on nccuunt
of tin- ittmul lie ihiide fur $!5,ono ns his
(ml of tin- purse In u fight with Mntty
Wills Tho cry" has been Hint It'a nil
right for it champion lo dictate terms
up lo ii cortuln point, but that Wolgost
was overslcptilng tin hounds when hd
vvhntid tn iuK llve-slxt'lis of imy purso
(lint eoufil In reumn be hung1 up. A
movltlgrplctiire concern finally enme
along nnd i'ontrilititi-il n mot $25,000
tn feed thu kilty, so Wolgnst's beit nil
hwtr to tin knockers In it copy of thn
right follower ore an inconsistent
lot ut lii-it. They ro.il n pUg for
blowing In tin- money ho makes, nnil
call him nil klii.lH of nn Improvident
foul Then they turn rouml and roast
thn far-seeing fighter who unlit to
inula' liny while ho still has ihn liny
makers. John I., Terry McOovcrn,
Young Curbelt, mill tho rest of tlia
fighters who were "kooi! fallows" when
they had tho wherewith ii. nnil spent
fortuncH hlttliiK the Mi; slide, are writ
ten ilowu an a lot of mental cripple.
Nelson, Jim Jeffries, Jlminle llrltt.
Tommy Hums, Ad Wolgust nnil tho
ofhers who are always looking aftir tho
main, chance nro bawled out as a lot of
There iiiust be u linluiy meilliiin
MUnowhere, but It hnin't come lo light
of reci nt years. Therefore, all things
tutisldtrtrt. Ail Wolgust In to be con-gratuhiii-drathir
than roasted for se-
ciirfrii; the promlso of n small fortune.
when he meets the little ImKllshninn
American League' YeaV.
This seems lo bu tho big yenr for
tho American League. Three games for
the Athletics to one for tho haughty
(limits up to jesterday, and while Con
nie Mack's crowd Is doing thinks to
" MAY PLAY RUGBY HERE.
tho McOrnwKes, llio White Kox aro
putting It nil oer the Cubs In the
Intei-clty series. Considering thatChl
raijii gave New York sdeh n hnrd rub
ii mid -season, this slnughtir by Com-
Isluy's iiowd In something of a sur
prise Piohably tin' Cobs lost Inter
est when they found that they couldn't
be tho whole thllli; In the National
Ia'hkiih and nro not pint, lug up lo form
In the post-season series.
Play, Then Featt. v
No mntter what time of the morn
Iiik or afternoon the Zeulindla arrives,
tho local tennis" pronioters uro deler-
iiilued Hint Wrlfiht und McLoiirIiIIii
shall inaUi' their appearnnie on tho
rourth prior to any liiinipitt or luncheon
that innv bo Klven In their honor They
say the Keiilnl C'lhnato of Hawaii Is nil-
Niilted to strenuoiiH exercise Immedl-
nttly after theso "racquets across the
sea" loe feasts.
This may bo tho Inst season
of American football In Hono
lulu, IlURhy, adopted some enrs
ngo by the two IiIk California
universities nml by most of the
nthlellc clubs anil pnp schools,
tuny tnkn Its place.
The suggestion t drop the, In
tercolleglnte gridiron rules nnil
tnke Up tho fnsier name, doesn't
comn from an nccldent-rcared
faculty, but from snmo of the
pill crs themselves. At present,
however, such tnlk Is high trea
son to tho rnnk nnd file, nnd no
definite plnns for Rugby prac
tise have been made. Tho
seeds have been sown, however,
BATTLING NELSON DEFENDS THE
SPORT OF M SQUARED CIRCLE
By Battling Nelton. weight in tho country Tho white
Just now the boxing game Is comlnc heavies are a poor lot nnd most of
In for n'great deal of criticism tn nt-itliein wouldnt have hnd a ghost of a
most every section of tho country chance of gaining a livelihood If they
There, nro n gront many peopbi who had liwn In tin gnme ten )ears ago.
be sport should bo nbol- Home of them liiivewilght nnd bulging
This should not be so, muscles, but that Is about all. A
for boxing1, when properly cnnduidd, hiiivywelglit win, can't hit, stand pun
5 Is the greatest athletic sport In llnJ IMmlent, enn't get around the ring with
t believe (lint
Home pritenso ut speid, Is not worth
There aro n great miny people who
billeve that H.i in I.aliKford will some
The trouble with the gnme Is tho fact
that all boxers, mnnnRers and promo-
fait, n m mil Itiilinatt Tim Imllni ulu.
... ,. .. ... ---...., . ..-.-., .w. t n iiil iisr ' -ii ii" v i is, a -,mtm-i- aiititi aid i ii iu iifS4iri II n III fst'iiin
nnd It looks ns though tho pro- 4 ment Is making drastic efforts to drlvii day defeat Johnson If Johnson nnd
grcsslves would have their out tho crooks and the hoodlums, but. Longford were to imet tomorrow I
they hnvo not yet conipletid their tnsk.lwould place my money on tho Clnlveit
3 Wanta Flnleh Flghte. ton blnck, but If the ineitlng comes off
Koine reformers would limit tho nuni-jln a car or two. It ina be a dlfTerent
her of rounds nnd do nwny with giving thing
chnnco next year
Baturdnv afternoon next Mc
Klnley High School nnd the Col
lego of Hawaii meet nn the grid
iron for the Initial clash of the
cnr. The game should prove
SPICE OF GOLF
MAY VISIT FAIR
i Not onfr.-w"!!"! Hniulij?fw-vrsltCTfby
some of thu lluest iH'eail-uolllg yachts
In thn world If tho blahs of Miller
iVocmhn of Heat tie, for n universal
gathering of pleasure craft ut thol'an-
ama-I'aclflo exposition, mature, but
also will the sport receive n tremen
dous boost locally. If the yachts of
tho world visit Han I'ram'lsco Iitl91f
thu color of tho Hawaii Yacht Club
will bo III evidence, und already tho en
thuslustH arc tulklui; or building ocean
going crulsirs that will compare fa
vorably with the crack bontu of the
Atlantic which will coniu tltrougli the
(anal iiciordlag to l'rceiuan'H umbl
Is tho great varfety which It nffords,"
says Clolf Illustrated. To begin with,
drilling with tho. Individual iburse,
tliero-ii u great variety of Ilea ut every
hole oil every llnkm and there uro ill
wilya nliio and generally 18 of such
111 thi MiV-ond place there Is a variety
of lengths, At li famous continental
course there U u hole. If wo remember
rl&lilly, some 2& yards In length On
liiany llritlslt links there aro holes of
CIO yuidii; niid In America, where they
alvvioM do things u little bigger than
any where tlse, they have them (100
jiirdH 'and upwards. And on most ot
thb lllikn on which golf Is played holes
vary In their length from the minimum t0,8 pi,,,,.
of it cricket pitch to tho mnxlmuni of ,, i,.ttir to the sporting depurl
two unit u Hair furlongs. " ment of tho llullotln. Mr, Freeman.
Again, tlVro Is u variety of hnzard. , writing from tJan IViinclaco, s.iys:
Homo unfortuimto and miscalled llnkH, "Hero Is wlnro tho yachtMineii otyour
It U true, exhibit a dreary mohotony section should mnko n great showing.
i.f liuzfie.l! there Is L Course WO kllOW Thlti villi lie tho irr..iitlht vnchtlnir nveni
which IiIih no hazard at all In the sum- M the history of the sport. I hnvo Just
mcr, uud a vast ull-enibruclng bunkcr!cMcJ n conference with tho exposition
or mud lit tither times, llut tho great miiiingeiiient, and tley will Immediately
majority of links, whatsoever bo their proceed along thu lines suggested."
shortcomings, In respect to length of i nt, interview glvon to a San Fran-
holes, natuie or putting greens, position cIsco paper, Mr. freeman said:
of hiunrMs, nml so forth, do at nnyrnto YachUmen Would Reepond.
uiiinago to produce n arlety of hazard I -u H my opinion that yachtsmen
which adds charm (and uncertainty (every where would respond enthuslds
wlidh, nftci all. Is only another word tlcully to the Inyltntlou to make tiio
I) to tho game. Hand, vvater,'trp through tho I'linnma Canal nnd bo
luathcr, blacken, rush, tree, sliruu, presinl ut tho opening of thu exposl
hedge, ditch, wall, ruck, path, ro.idvvnyitlou. It goes without saying that many
decisions. The first Idea has some good
V nnd snmo hnd points to It I'ersonnlly
4 I believe In finish fights. Hut If We
Sre to save the sport we must hnvo
plenty of six, eight nnd ten-round
When a tltlo Is nt stake, however. I
liellevo III tho men fighting to n finish,
where tho man with tho most strength.
skill und nll-rnund ability Is certain to
come oilt on top.
A Inrge majority or people hovo tho
Impression that tho man with the most
brute strength Is suro to win nut In a
Championship Series Between ,.r has ,,ot .. good knowledge .r seir-
Hawaiians and Portuguese' defense mm t lighting a cievr man,
SoonTic Games Next. " '" ',0 '('l",,' '" piw nmi forced
. to go down for tho count liefnrn many
The wlnd-lip or the Senior League rounds have been completed, even
schedule, nnd the pust-senson games though he may ho one or the toughest
that aro on tho enrds. Indicate that wrappers In the world.
tho tail-end or bnsebnll for tho leurl '" " " yenrs ngo there were
will be or more Interest thnn tho mid- " Krcnt many more hlgh-class piiglll'ts
season contests. Thu big event, or th"" nmV-, Yo" c,,n nlmost count tho
course, will bo thn series between the Present-day stars on the fingers of your
Ilavvalls and Portuguese, winners or hnnils. The second-raters nuniiier
the first and second hair of the league n.u0,,t '.'' .1'11" Jl"'r' nrn n,",,lt 30
series resiwcllvelv. This will b.. a. third-raters, who pick up a dollar hero
three out or Ihn nlTalr. nnd i,(i nnd there showing nt midnight clubs,
hrlmr out somo good ball. Probably Jck Johnson npperirs to havo u lit
ihi. ,.i..v.nir m i. uinn..i ..,, No. l ' 'Very vvlilto nnd black heavi-
vember Vi, mid ns usual, duuble-heud- i "mm'mmi
ers will be plujed to give tho fans a. CYCOPICC CflR
IUUK lull lui inn, iiiuiic.
.N.exl Hijnday. tliot Portuguese 'J'ei-
Kver since Jack won tho "fight" nt
Iteno ho bus been touring the world and
living like a prince. Nothing has been
too good for him. This kind of dissi
pation Is sure to tell on it man's con
stitution lifter a while. It Is more so
true or n boxer, who must take union
hard healings, than It Is or a person In
somo oilier walk or lire.
At his best, Johnson Isn't much or a
champion lie has nevir decisively de.
reatisl a tnml who amounted to any
thing. Ills victory over JifVrlert was a
task which intitd Irive been accom
plished by almost a dorm men. And
what glory can Jink claim by defeat
ing .Tommy Hums, nevir u first-class
man None nt all Hums claimed the
heavyweight title when there was hard
ly a inuii In tho class worthy of men
tion. Tho llBlil-henvyvv eight title rightful
ly belongs to Uingford Ham has llck-
d eviry man of his weight III the
world nnd has ii1mi gono out or Ills
class nnd ndlulnlstered sound thrash
ings to about every heavjwelght who
would agree to meet him.
Jack O'llrlen wum the last challenger
that Sniiimy sent lu'slumberland. In
his day 6'Ilrleii wa's a great boxer, but
he never wna much or n hitter.
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Statements about John D. HockeM
the Stars, while tho Japanese come up
nmln.l liu Ifntottllt Till., la Ilia tilav-
off or protested gamo played severaf Y" ""rovil1 ""uh boJrn" 11' '
weeks ago. There was a mlsunder-1"' Vn0"T'T . .. , .
standing as to whether any baseball .'" ',1" ,d"rlnf "0 '"' fo"r
should be plavod that day on nccounl Jnon,"- Hockerel er I, heavier than he
liun t-.t urtriii nriKHiiih iihiiuii i'.xuvhj
M0 poundn. with IndlcatloiiH that 1m
gllng It was decided to play the game I ;' .. ' , . , ,
ii iivi nn hii iim h""1' iiiuiiii i '
uoor exercise. a iricnn ouuines ins
or rain, and tho J, A C. couldn't inus
ler a full teum. AHcr n lot or vvrnrt-
Hies', offl a few, of tho commoner and 'yachts will nsseuiblu In Han Krunclsco
more legitimate gulling hazards. To at that time, even though no special
Ihi continental and foreign golfer nndVp;ort to Induce them to come bo made;
to thorn, who penetrate Into tho more. but I urn of thu opinion that tho op
mnoie und primitive parts, of tho portunlty exists to make It un Incentive
United Kingdom, there uro others. ror tho' owiul- or overy ocean yacht,
whoso connection with golf was notjeverywhere, to mnko his preparations
dreamed ipitll Uiey wero brought Into Umg udvanco to bo present and pur
Iho region or practical politics. Tho.tlclpnto lu thu completion or thu chan-
arlety or golf luuaril, and tho various ncl connecting two oceans the greatest
work ever undertaken by man.
"I have suggested that formal Invl
tntlons be sent tu the yacht rlubs of
all countries, to bo followed by per
sonul Invitations tu the owner of every
yacht capable or making tho voyage,
In the majority of foreign countries
wielding Is under tint patronage or
royalty, and tho exposition manage
ment inny even decide to send Invltn-
tluilN to tho crowned hends to send
lluir ynehts commanded by represen
tatives of royalty. Tho completion of
thn Panama Canal Is nn event of such
world Importance that It seems likely
that such an Invitation would receive
tho most favorable consideration.
I Want America Cup Race.
"Tho exposition management Is also
'considering tho feasibility of obtaining
tho transfer to this Coast for tho year
IJilft of tho America Cup ruce, This
.race, lr held here, would attract unl-
vviiya or loading Its clutches, or or
escaping from thorn when caught. aN
fnrdun Interesting problem lo rill, ono
or dei p, nay, terrible Inti rest to ninny.
And most re&pcctabo courses havo lit
lca.it halt a do.en or tho hazards enu
A Paris publication announces thai
It linn advlcCH tlmj two I'renchtnen nt
Saigon, Cocliln-Ciilnn, liiivu at '.lust
iiuccocilcil in jiiuKliiK puro whisky
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off at n future date, and It Is un thu
program us this week's baseball, offer-J
Tho following Sunday, November 5,
the Portuguese will bo absent on their
Maul barnstorming trip, nnd tho Htars
and Ilavvalls will play off their 14
Inning tie of two weeks ago. As li'
curtain-raiser tho league management i
Is trying to nrrango nn exhibition gunia
between tho Asnhl and Paluma teams,
which tied for first place In the first
half or tho Junior League Just con
eluded. The Asalils won tho single
game thnt was played to decide the
tie. but It Is thought that an exhibi
tion between such keen rlvnls would
bo interesting to the afternoon crowd,
who seldom kef a chnnco to see th
JUnlor teams In notion. I
Any gnmes which aro played from
now on In tho Senior League can have
no bearing on tho Portugueso win of
thb second series, but tho league It,
under contract to thn Athletic. Pork
management to play out Its schedule.
Otherwise tho Portuguese and llnwnlls
could get down to tho championship
series right nwny.
MACK'S FLY CHASERS
ARE BETTER BATTERS
Tho batting strength of a baseball
tenm Is commonly supposed to rest In
Its outfield. If nn outfielder enn't lum
bust tho sphere his position Is never
secure. Managers look to their Speak
ers and Cobbs nnd Seymours nnd I-ew-Ises
to drive In runs. In this partic
ular the Athletics aro more formidable,
as tho dopo book will disclose. PoIt
lowing are the records of thn New
Yolk nnd Philadelphia outfielders ror
Devoro 133 Hi
Snodgrnss 139 480
Murray ISO 43
Lord 127 MC
Oldrlng 117 477
Murphy 139 490
hilly program nn follows:
"After breakfast Hockefeller ikirveys
ills estate, plays guif two or three
hours, hits luncheon .and. H Utile .lisp,
rollowcd 'by an hour's dictation with
his secretary. Then he Is out again
'Physically hu Is a wonder for lit"
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1911, to Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Brown,
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