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POLO MEN INVITED TO MFORNIA
.feT fw "
splendid prnctl I
would give U1
wnko up Interest
WHY not a barnstorming trip to
tin; Count fur a Honolulu polo
Irnin ttnvl Qnlltir If It rtnn
bo managed at this eml of Hm line, all
ports of Inducements will le pffered by
llio California clubs which nrc plan
nlnt; to iolit tournaments throughout
the wlntir mid curly spring, ntul n
royul good tltno ns well ns somo
splendid polo would be tho drnw-down
of the local stlck-swingcrs.
The last mall brought ine n personal
letter from a keen polo enthusiast at
Bantu Harharn, whiro they piny some
of the best polo In the West. He says:
"I understand they play good ihiIo n
Iloiiolnltt. Iluvu )ou Keen liny of It?
Wliat uro the chances of getting n
teim from there to enmn oer this win
ter ill'1' I'lay here nml nt Pasadena,
Illversldc mid Coronado?. I think wo
could make the necissnry arrange
ments to have such n team make Its
headquarters nt Snntn Harbaru, which
would lie. about the most central loca
tion for u polo pllgrhnngo tip and down
tho (.'oust. I think tho hotels nml rail
road eiinipnny'Vd.ild do the. right thing
about tilunsphrt.rllon, etc., ho the trip
wouldn't lime to be a very expensive
one. It would certainly be a big boost
for the game all along the lino to hnye
u Hawaiian team play In alt (lie big
locally It Snn1 -barn was made
licadcinnrtcrs. h going to be ona
of tho besL ye r polo that ue'a
ever seen. J'oi kny, Malcolm Ste
venson and prlly nil tho crowd
that was with t Coronndo Inst
car will be on n. and In addition
several crack Ii plnvers who cx-
pict tu put In In winter of polu'
My C'nllfornl espondent doesn't
lake Into lonslt n that the Hono
lulu players art jy men, but still,
with such n lei program laid out,
It might be po o'get four or live
nun willing to ire themselves n
holiday of sulllc cngth to make the
I'rom the .tint of pure polo
tin re Is no comjiii httwecn a trip
Ip to the Philip,
ng urged by the
J doubt cry i If any pla) era will
make the entire icros the racttlc
Some Bulletin Model Flyers
to tho Const an
pines, such as
to take part in 'hlllpplne tourna
ment, nnd certi the English nnd
ilans months a) knd who have nl
repdy announce' r California win'
tcr schedule, wll do so The jump
from England t
quite long enoui
As far as cln
Pacific Coast la
es, I saw Just ns
good polo plnyei he Conorndo tour-
as tho Pnrlfle
tinder the Engfi
clubs all joined
make thlr polo
M3r .aW .S'''af tKJg?l:-fe?ty,iaiy
Hero nro some model fllng nmch incs and gliders tlint really fly and
Elide, nnd that will be cnteied in ill e II u lie tip's great model Dying ma
chine contest. From left to right 111 o picture shows llornnrd II. Damon,
Charles F. I.ooinls, director if the h os' department of the Y, M. C. A.
wliu la managing the contest, Sam C tutor and Fred Carter.
ROAD WORK FOR
Canadian Runner Partial to
Long Hikes in Hills Kaoo's
. Friends Talk With Coin.
Jlmmle I'ltrgeriibl. who Is to run tho
full marathon dhlance ngalnst Antonn
Kimhi, Nov nib r fi, and who bus been
training bird for some wttks, bus
eased up a bit on his trnck work, and
hat taken to the roads and trnlli. The
grind nround u cinder path Is monoto
nous mid tiring, nnd dlilance men soon
get tired of It and crae wirlity.
'Tve ntmijH done n good deal of my
trnlnlng on the mad," said 1'ltzgerald
the other day "it eases n man's mind
nnd set ms to lighten hit f.rt to have
Kom thing different to look at. A little
track work tn get jour muscles In shape
Is nil right, but for steady training ev
ery dny gle mo tho roads, urled by
n good cltnib over the hill trails.
Kaoo Isn't doing much talking these
dnjs, but he Is pretty confident of beat
ling the Cnnnrilin, nnd he has a whole
.lot of friends In the Islands who share
his confidence to the extent of taking
FLYING MACHINES ARE THl CK AS AUTUMN
LEAVES ON TH E SIDEWALKS THESE DAYS down the old family stocking-and al.uk.
' ' !lng out some rol money. You cun talk i.
If vnii'rn sfrnllli.fr ilnu'n the Rtrnet f-nnf plvea mnrn vnnm tnv nviinrliiiiinl.L , . i,,.. , .in.'.'.
---- ..- n - .. . o-' ..w .... .. .A,........ uuuui j uiir iciroiiis .ruin now hiht1
111 front of the r.ew Y. M. C. A. hulld- lng.
then, but whet, jou rome right down
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nament last yci is put up In tho '"B and are Biiuueuiy inppeii on wio iwiiries tor itie comesi aro comiiig , hrnn lachHi u,, r'n nothing that
big Hnstern eve Up to last season ut'a" bY a ftutterlng thing, all a;- In right along, and any boy whowauU tnlkH Conlnclngly us tho rent old
polo on the Co: as run under the "iBned sK ami oamuoo bucks, uoin id nne a cuanre ni some or tno mind- knle.
nusplces of tuontzatlons, known Jll,nl " uo conclusion iiiai ouyu no.no prucs wnicn ino nullum.
Polo nnd Pony
Ilnclng Assoclaund the Southern
Pony naelng As
wan then plajed
ules, which pro-
ilblted offsldo tnd allowed hook
lng sticks. Ln-ur the California
got 'cm again." Look skyward In 'lag offered, bad hotter get his natnol chesty" Cox of the Moose Jaw tea...
tteud, and you'll probably neb a row down at once, and start woik on his in the Western Cnn.dn League holds
kmerlcnn Polo As
sociation, and ned to tho Ameri
Since 1899 thlchester team has
In. the Haitern
Huh unglnub, Utgood ah man
ager of the LtnViyestern League
teum the pant sei
of heads bobbing over tho cornice of
the building, end u wild waving )t
nrnis nnd pointing of fingers at the
thing at our feet.
Tho explanation Is that tho young
Inventors who arc fashioning all
sorts of lil-planes, monoplanes nnd
just plain filldors for tl.o II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
model nctoplal.o contest, l.qto taken
to trlng out their now devices on
tho Y. M. C. A. roof garden,, and Hiut
occasionally ono of thu mldgetB gets.
nway from Its owner and flutters over
model. The soqner tho start Is made. n10 unique record of pin) Ins with eight
Iho moro time ho will hao to liroflt ihamplonshlp ball teams. Cox was a
by tho lessons of experience, and fin- member of the Dulutb team of 1904-05.
ally get togethci n real fl)er. t, Calumet team of 190C, Vlnnlpeg
There seems to ho no particular na Des Xtnlnei 1907, Minneapolis
preference regarding classes, nth In -pos, IMmonton J910 and Mooie Jaw
fact, most of tho boys hao entered ion.
all threo; for fllng models morothJtil
30 Inches In length, for fljlng models
loss than 30 Incl,CH In length, nnd for' The Wilmington Trl-State Leagu.
gliders. Tho fourth class. Includes tho lr "" r.- -
run uuriiiK inn hvusuii jini viuipu.
mm OF "WHITE HOPES
other three, for ovory entry In tl.o
contest will bo lined up before It Isi
the coping and down to earth. The I tried out nn Class D, and will bn Ilescher of the Cincinnati Heds Ii the
game hull of tho building Is a great judged and prizes awarded on excel- Ix-st base-Mealer, and Hluckerd of thai im
placo to try out models, but It isn't iei.ee of construction and nlceneat of Culwl.the champion run-getter In th ?4'
aiwajs nvunaoie, uuu neiiui, iiibi niouei. national League.
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iiiimii, wiiij in miiinii ill 11111 win rililill) iih puHSlli o W nuo liopil
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H.HjiiiiiK woriij irom fluff iihk tu nun uuii.er pin ins una i oruer nnu(
rriinelsio nnd from Canada to New early In June, called y from theso
Orleiins; riientiy returned to Now, York shores with the zesi enthusiasm
from u fruitless hunt In Hurope for u spurring him on.
Willi" hope. Landing In London tarried not.
hre ho met
din nnd par
"lrleurt hlngenes," wild Vernon In n Ho hastened to Dubl
recent New York Interview, "might the man who had uni ed the white
have found an honest man had bo hope. This man wis that Vernon
fared far enough, but, bellcvo me, should tarry awhile. Ir
there In not, to my mind, u whlto man take of the good chee
living today )io possesses tho "Nay, nay," said tl
nirenuth, the boxing skill, the quick-, "Show mo the wild Iran of whom
near, of mind nnd tho stout heart l.eo- )ou know."
essnry tu whip Jack Johnson. All lio show.d Him a Qlsnt.
qualities I have mentioned inust.bti. ,.,.,. took Vernon ko a place
possessed by the Vihlte hopo who might ciosu to fjinll,1H.i
stand n show with tho dusky chain- ,, introduced him tl
,""lu I man. Ifo was truly a
mis is praise, inueeu. oi jam jonn- quck on hM fect Ueari.
son, poniing rrotn Jinn Vernon, for Ver- ..icxin,, und exl.llilllna:
non, big nnd whotcspmq nnd vvhqbi- t,at looked llku n cou
hiirlcd himself, esteems James J.Jef- )iunana8 I
fries, one-time chnmplon, ns the great- The Blunt had been
st whlto lighter Unit ever lived. In'all.raun. f nil the.
Humming .lie prowess o. uie conqueror publln, Ho stripped BVernon nnd
in jtnrics, ui ieur siaiiu ... iioii ver- nh ,imlm of t,.y8(
noil m eyis n.ui nis musiuiuo uroops My cye," anld the wi.ope chaser.
jicui.i). j.uriiM mis cosi f.uu vernuii ..Th, fel04v. look,, t0 e goods.'
u ioi oi money. Vwmm Im.l Inkeo
Hacked dan. iwm, (,m u Cever Kngl
no man eeaieu ni ine rmgsiuo ni wtird, who was n long
whale of u
t, this Celt,
e nnd com-
Ir of hands
MIIRRY.IIP PnnTRAI I
IIWMII Wi wnaaa ,,
CAPTAIN ELECTED AT
, .RUNAHOU YESTERDAY
New Leader Has Only Week to
Prepare Team for the
Although only u week Is leff be
tween now nnd the first game of the
Intercollegiate football sirles between
Oahu College nnd McKlnlcy High, tl.o
Punahous aro confronted with tho
somewhat unique situation of having
Just elected n new football captain.
Will Paty, a kcnlor who has made n
big H.....0 fur hlmsilf oi. the gridiron
vvus chosen jesterdny. becauso all hope
bnd been oh eii in. of the return to col
lent! of Krn.ik Mackinzle, Tho latter
was regularly elected last ear at the
closa of the football season, nnd h
laid plans for n v Inning campaign, as
Is the habit of football captains the
world over. ,
lint Mackenzie, llko Jlmmn da Jeff,
didn't come back, 'so tlio players got
togitlur niil ilected n hurry-uji cap
tuln. It's tlm coiuensus of opinion that
they picked a wln.ur right off the nelJ
too much for McCarthy,
TALES IHLII AT THE RINGSIDE;
BURNS AND SCHRECK PERFORM
By W. A. Phalon.
Tommy Hums, who was world's
champion for a little while, till fate
nnd Jack Johnson overtook him In Aus
tralia, wasn't always tl.o rich citizen
of leUuro and glad clothing. There was
n time when Hums went from town
to town chid largely In u red sweater,
and the need of n shave, lighting for
Hihreck had been Instructed to look
for a man with black hair, red cheeks
nnd n cross-barred brown tie. As luck
would huvo It, Hums was blnck-hnlred,
red-cheeked nnd vvoro precisely such u
tie. Hclireck advanced upon him and
In militant tones tub! him various
I things, other things and then some
more. Hums, naturally astounded,
whntever coin ho could command undB"u" "" " l'i"- ... .."
dreaming, only dreaming, of tho future ,,lscunlon- n ,,v"nnt ,a,er- u Bor-i.-i
...... ii.. ......... ... .... .geo.iH comluit was In full bloom nnd a
Ileno .m July 4, HltO, hud a kei ner In- pionshh. form. Wuri on boxing
tire,t In the obsequies of James J. Jif- BUUM wm, t.e wl)tel)e of dlas-
ir.es uiianipnmsiip. i.r. vernon nau poxn cemetery. A bfand painful
iiuiqiy imuginei. inai james j. jeiitieH scene ensued.
was unueaiaiiie. lie uickfu his pellet Tho W,le .,,, ,)Ut ui, ham)s anu
with nlmost enough money to till a gct himself, Ward wol uu to hlni,
moving v. Jeffries vvus his siMirtlng i,t him on the Jaw otut 'him to
Josn. Ills feeling tpwnrd Jack John- ieep. Wie,n Hie whltojie woke up
non iiMiiii inn uu oixcrioeu .or iianp- i,u wnnteil to go home,
mission through thu mulls. "0 U,j plenty," ho
Whin the unusually genial Vernon' Hopileas ui ho feels,
leiovvred from thu (ivvful expcrlcnru willing n entertain wh
non Is still
ut Ru.o, he HU Ills face resolutely n sltlons. Ho will look mhlta hopes
the dhvctlun or locating u white man brought to bis attention), the same
to polish off tlfu ihamplonshlp reign of fervor Hint nman uhowl welcoming
Jack Joluisoiu. In that quest ho spent a life Insurance agent,
good money mid valuable tlmfl. IIo a t
Joiirneved hip m'er tho Unit "U Btates The PhluiUlpla nmuls will
und I'liuuda, and nt last he turned to n.nko a tour, of Cuba fall under
Europe. I'onfesslug the futility of his the management of FraUancroft.
search, he Is now willing to admit that
Johnmn will probably hold the heavy
weight pugilistic! championship of the
World .mill hu gravitates Into tho Uncle
Uarly last spring Vernon heard vngue
hints of lm Irish giant who had pulled
up one of thu pillars of thn Olant's
Causeway by tho roots, was quick as
a fnlry on hlit feet, had what In de
scribed In tlio Emerald Isle, ns a "pol
tlioguo" that would knock tho Twenti
eth Century Limited off tho track, nnd
exhibited lourugn that would make, tl.o
fabhd gumuncss of tl.o Spartan boy
look like the demeanor of, a yellow dog.
Uniplrn Silk O'liughlln tells this ono
on Jack McCarthy, umpire In tho
American League In 1905, considered
one of the wittiest arbitrators that ever
outdated 111 thu circuit:
'Juck had Just tlnlshed u series In
Cleveland, where he had bumped Into, a
peck of trouble. Tho decisions uni
formly had gone ngulnst tho home funs
and they were In nn ugly mood. Jack
was n born lighter. Ho wouldn't taku
nn thing frum anybody, either ball
pluers or fans. Ho went to the mat
with several obstreperous fans nnd
came out the winner, but he shrugged
his shoulders when ono mentioned
Cleveland to him Wo had Jusi finish
ed u sirlis In Chluigo mul were on
our way to Huston. Wo were hearing. a
town when Juck looked out the window
and uskeil what thn namo of the cly
was. 'That U Cleveland, said the por
ter. Juck .shut his eyes, covered his
fne.. with both bunds and said; 'Let
u.e know when we are through.'"
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At Iho saino time, so goes tho story,
Mllle Schrcck, tho burly German boy
who came so near n championship, was
likewise voyaging hither and thither,
looking for what ho could pick up, nnd
It so happined that Schrcck and Hums
chanced to drop Into Now York hi tho
same time. Coincident with their nr-
rlvnP, the Into Is told, two actors, well
known leading men, allowed profession
al Jealousy to overwhelm them on 45th
street, right oft Hroadway, Each of
thorn called the other all the strong
titles tl.o languago of tho drama can
afford; each nverred ho would break
Hie other's fuco If It were not he had
engagements of Immediate Importance
and each finally ngreed to meet tlio
other In the basement of a certain
Thesplo club greatly favored by the
heroes of the stage.
Fighting by Proxy.
'On'co ununited nnd on their way,
tl.o two actors began to worry. ISach
'Igpred out the quarrel wasn't worth
the clu.nco of a lovely beating und each
was given n deep purple scaro by the
stories which kind friends had told him
of the othir's mighty prowess. A great
thought apparently struck both of them
simultaneously and tho results were
Ono actor, going to the manager of n
gymnasium, was Introduced to Mlkn
Schrcck nnd nt onio offered Schrcck
$25 In demolish life other actor.
Schreck, a kindly fellow nnd fnr from
n ruttlan, demurred, but compromised
by agreeing for 110 to scaro tho other
actor half to doatti without nctual
physical violence. Meanwhile, tho oth
er Thespian had encountered Tommy
Hums und made almost precisely the
samp agreement with hint. Hums wni
of gentlemanly mold and refused to
assault an) one, hut vvus perfectly will
ing to throw a fright Into his victim
for ton shekels of tho reulm. Each
nqtor explained lo hit tighter Just
where the other fellow would bo found
nnd nt what time, nnd then tlio ma
rhlnery was put under way.
That afternoon Schreck nnd Hums,
each euger to earn the ten,' found their
way to the basement of the club. I
smull audience of nctors, cheering and
whoonlmr. saw the belt Hunt of their
A Mutual 8urori. "vf
Hiyns uhd Schreck fought heroically ,
for seven minutes, disarranging each
other considerably nnd gaining no per-''
ceptlbln advantage either way. At
last they Hung apart, reeled to oppo
site walls nnd stood grimly panting.
Tliep Hums (.poke up, In evident sur
prise and admiration.
"I got to give It to you, bo. For an
nctor ou can handle your fists mighty
So can you," responded Schreck. "I
never see anyone outside the ring that
tan go llko you. Hut I nln't no actor."
"Von ain't?" queried Hums.
"Nnvvj '11 nctor hired ine to throw
you u strong bluff and )ou called It"
"We'll, I'll Say, one of those stuge
gu)s hired me to bust you In tho nose,"
cried Hums. "I.et'8 go an' look for
Thu man hunt vvus long nnd strenu
ous, hut tho nctors mivir were found.
And rumor has It to this day that
I neither of them will play Cincinnati,
where Mlko Schreck makes his abode,
nor uny illy where It Is reported
Tommy Hums Is even passing through.
Two yeurs ogo not. a mujor leagua
manager would have given two chews
of "Old Hickory" for Merklo nnd Mar
quard of tho (Hants, but the two bays
mudo good and uro stars today.
Dig leaguers who will Join tho mat
rimony lengue this full Include Bill
Sweeney of tho Hustlers, Huffy Lewis
of tho Hed Sox, Wullt Johnson of the
139 Merchant Street
Phone 2747 ,.
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