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SOME POST SEASON POST MORTENS
ELL, It'll nil over but the
Minuting, nnd cnrlaro to a
stage fortune tlmt there wns
very little shouting In Ootliatn lust
night. Come to think of It, they don't
rhout much In Philadelphia, according
to the comic paper.
"There Is one thing that stands out
about the world's series which closed
so disastrously for the Olants jester-
(toy, and that In that tlio clash between
tho champions of the two leagues was
absolutely decisive. There can ho no
Imtn and If, for It must lie oldent to
nny fair-minded fan that tho, Athletics
lme the yT '"' baseball nggrcga
tlon In the world. There were many,
the writer among the number, who be
fore the scries started thought that
New York had 11 Might edge on the
situation, figuring Hint the Ktruggle
would rcsolvo Itself Into it battle of
pitcher, nnd tlmt thn Qlnnts' flinging
staff had it shade on Connie Mack's
twlrlers Tho New York boxmen. with
the exception of Matty In thn opening
game, didn't lle up to the form fore
casts, nnd that'll nil there W'ns to It
Judging from tho meager cable Report
that wo IManderH have to go oh, I be
llcvo that It nan the great batting
strength of the Athletics rnther than
nny form reversal of the New York
pitchers that caused tho wholesale
Tho Athletics have a rciunrkuble
team, It Is practically the same In
personnel us, that which carried off the
highest baseball honor of 1910, but
from nil accounts It has become weld
ed together Into n really mnr clous
machine, tl hits harder us n team
than any other aggregation In cither
league, and with a slono-vvnll Inllcld to
prcchl opponents from doing tkiosamo
thing, tho Athletics fairly slugged tin Ir
nny to tho top of tho ladder. The men
arc nil fast, and If Muck believed In
tho baso-stcallng method of nttnek the
team wouM havo n greater number of
DETROIT COULD HAVE WON THE
FLAG WITH ITS
During ihe past four years Detroit
lias released three catchers and five
pitchers ho, If they were on the Navln
pa roll' tlis season, would havo clnchtd
the pennant for tho Tigers.
Since being let out they havo proved
dependable, and In Instances have
turned out to bo Btars. Not only would
they bolster the Tigers, but they would
make a world's championship to De
troit ulnioil a certainty.
The pitchers: Clcotte of tho Boston
Americans, Suggs of the Cincinnati
Nationals, hnvvnn of the Philadelphia
Nationals, Wurhop of the Now York
Americans and Krapp of tho Cleveland
The catchers: Archer of tho Chicago
Nationals, Erwln of tha Brooklyn Na
tionals, and Thomas of the Philadel
Cast-offs Are Start.
Clcotte Imtonsldcred one of tho best
pitchers In the American League, Al
though with a team that Is not a pen
nant contender and working under a
manager who Is such In name only, Cl
cotte has won eight nnd lost twelve
games. It Is generally conceded that
i with the Detroit team ho would bo
one of the topnotch twlrlers of, the
Warhop has worked In twenty games,
nnd of these ho has won eleven. He
has pitched good hall In every one of
thfm, nnd If he had a hitting team
like Detroit back of him he would hard
ly lose onn In four games he pitched.
Krapp Is showing with Gregg ns one
of the best' of Cleveland's twlrlers
Krapp Is a little, fellow, but ho has a
world ot speed, und his control Is ex
ceptional. He hits .pitched u number
of low-lilt games this season und hus
won toil In'noventi;'!! Marts'.
Suggs has pitched grand ball for
Cincinnati during thn past two years.
A .fow days ugo ho let Philadelphia
down with one hit In ten Innings and
beat them In fourteen. JIo Is Cincin
nati's stur t wirier and Is ono of the
best boxmen lii tho old league.
When with Cincinnati Rowan was a
very depenjlablo tvvlrltr, Hinco being
with Philadelphia, hovvevir, ho has not
had., the same chanco to show. Ho Is
working with Alexander, Monro und
Chalmers, and thoso thrto men havo
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pilfered sacks to Its credit I Ion ever,
when n team can bat Its runners around
tho diamond. It's hardly worth while to
tae chant es pn the paths Thnt Is the
way Mack figured, at nny rate, nnd ho
van show results to back up his Judg
ment. Of course, this huge-stealing
ban didn't apply to Kddlo Collins. Ho
pilfered standing up whenever lie those.
They tell it good one on Jnhnii) Kllng
In this connection In tho Athletics-Cubs
series of last year.
When Collins came up to bit Kllng
sneered, 'They say jou'ro some baso
runuer, voting man, but don't think you
can steal on mo." t
Collins get n hit nnd linking a dan
gerous lead ort first sulig nut to thn
Cub batkstop, "Say, yotijjiihnuy Kllng,
I'm going on this one."
True to his word, he started with tho
wind-up and was safe a mile without
hitting the dirt, and the remarknbla
part of the steal was that Kllng was
not only warned, but na,'! actually sig
naled for u pitch-out. (
been pitching almost In turn during
Archer Made Good.
Archer la considered by many critics
the best catcher In the National
League. When with Detroit Archer
cnught good ball, but he Is a little matt
nnd did not have the weight to Mock
liiiso runners from the plate, so lwns
thought. I lo Is now tho best throwing
catcher In the big lcaguis, and ho has
been hitting well
TlintniH Is considered by Cnnnlo
Mack, his manager, an one of the best
catchers In existence. Ira, though not
n smooth working backstop, Is of great
nnslstnnco to the pitcher because of his
hulk. Ho Is n heady player and to him
Ib attributed must of the Athletics'
Erwln Is Brooklyn's regular catcher,
and he la one of the most timely hit
ters on the team. Ills triple beat Chi
cago In n gnmo n few weeks ago
Manager Jennings can well sigh for
some of tho men ho, lias let out. If he
had two or three of them now he would
be all smiles
What healthy Nerws
Mean to You.
'A' strong vigorous nervous system
means health, strength and ability,
to endure hardship and also to, en
joy the full pleasures of life.
'The man with healthy nerve aecompluVti
ireater uVa wllli leu fatigue. He haa a clear
eye. .an active tiraln and otind body, lit la
enabled lo think better and ork filler. .
ha enersr. With healthy nervea he can ortr
cntne (lie hardcit competition, be aucccaifu) and
pin wealth, v
The uonun with healthy nervea li nerer
lUileaa, weak or honclcaa, ,ahr la not Irritable,
flic neier auffcri from liyitcrja. .he hai a
rc'cnrd Mir.u. of endurance. Healthy nervea
v.111 prevent the alecplcm mother, .allhouah
nrn with caro and nurilng. from a "break
down" earned by her double or treble duty.
All men and women who auffrr iroin theie
forms of nervounc.akuowna. Neurasthenia
who hnve "one to piece.," who tack energy,
whu have insomnia, who have auccumbed to
nervout prutraUon ur ncrvou. ethauitlon.
cither mental or phyncal, whow condition ia
lie of irritable vveasncM, will find ready rellel
and cure in Ihe peculiar oriental propertlta ot
Thee wonl.rful link uUets xoniain
mercury or other Injiirlom druf, Thty set
tienRtll and comfort they luiturt sre noted
aluio.t from the cr.t dy iliey are ttlien.
One box,, of Persian Nerve Essence
will do a grcai deal of good, the full
course treatment of six boxes are guar-
Biiteed to make a nermancnt cure or the
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P. A. C. PLAYERS GO
TO MAUI FOR GAMES,
LEAVING NOVEMBER 3
Necessary Cash Guniaf'-.po Is
Posted and Men are Looking
Forward to Hie Trip.
Final arrangements fdr a aeries of
exhibition games on Maul between the
Portuguese Athletic Club, winners of
the second half of the Oaliu Senior
League, series, and a picked team of
Maul plaers have Just been completed.
Three exhibition games will bo played,
the local bojs leaving here on Friday,
It Is a number of Portuguese sports-
men of the neighboring Island who are
promoting the games and putting up
tho necessnry ensh guarantee. J, M
Medelrns Is the moving spirit, and ho
has been In communication with Man-
(uel Pnresa of this city, who Is looking
nftcr tho business end of tho cnltire
'for the P. A. C. It Is expected that tho
'grimes will draw well, as Portugurso
J fans In both Wnlluku nnd Kahulul aro
keen to see their champion comparlots
. h a a
San Francisco Writer Makes
Plea for Fine Municipal
Course for That City.
In a pleu for public golf courses In
general, and for one that Is half com
pleted at Lincoln l"ark, Ban Frun-
Cisco, In particular. It. M. Spencer lilts
tho nnll on the head In tho Salt Fran
cisco Call, Tho Lincoln Park course,
which was Intended for a municipal af
fair. Is In danger of being nbalidoned
because tho exposition management
needs the ground for buildings. Tho
At the present moment, however, nil
work has been stopped, the land being
one of the sites selected for tho fair,
and If the local golfers do nAt tnka
homo action by way of Inducing tho
fair directory to spur o. the course we
will be In danger ot. losing this' very
Important adjunct to tho Ufa of the
Qolf the R.ttorer.
"In these days, when personal hy
giene Is a fad and efficiency a slogan.
In fnct tho cod of tho twentieth cfll
tury, when n man may go on the waer
wagon without being suspected of us
Ins It'ns a stool of repentance after a
spreo, any measures tending to pro
mote tho health nnd lessen tho girth
of the citizens Is suro to be eagerly
welcomed In prehistoric davs we were
forced to cxerclso to get our food, now
we must cxerclso to overcome Its ef
"(lolf Is about tho only gnmo avail
able that tho uvcrngo man or woman
of mldllfo or beyond may hopo to prac
tlse with any degree of safety or sue
cess, and as all must reach that pro
talc period It they live. It Is of tha
utmost value to' the community that
sonic healthful recrentlon bo provided
against the tlay when the Joints are
too creak1, for tennis and a roimd of
the bases would reduce the veteran to
u mass of breathless pulp.
"In Great Prltnln many of the lead
Ing courses are municipal. There was
a new ono opened the other day In
Manchester, tho most progressive town
In England, with nil of the silk hatted,
frock coated formality with which the
English love to surround their public
affairs. In fnct, St. Andrews itself,
the most noted course In the world. Is
u. public course owned by Ihe munici
pality of St. Androu
Not Rich Man's Qama
"It Is a common error to assume that
golf Is n rich man's game There Is
hardly any recreation that (Ills In two
and a half hours which can ie Indulged
In no cheaply, especially In tho case of
a municipal course, where presuma
bly a mi rely nominal ground fee Is
charged, It Is Impossible to conceive
of it sport popular In Scotland as being
"It will tnko only KCOO, which can
bo appropriated by tho park commis
sion, and the consent of tho fair ill
rectors to complcto this course, nnd ns
the present nlno holes uses only about
CO ncrcs, there aro still 100 ucres left
In Lincoln Park for fair buildings.
"Tho leading professionals of the
world Vardon, Ilrald, Duncan, J. II.
Tnyor and others could bo Invited to
a Panama-Pacific tournament, und tho
eclut that these names' would give the
""a,r would Imj ur to attract nun-
. . .' . . . i .
dreds of tho leading amateurs from Bit
over tho world. Not only would thl.
l, ,. r. mlvniiln... In our tnivn In ,lraiv.
,. , . , . .
1l,,fe n Rreal mlm,,or ot wealthy "
prominent visitors to the fair, but It
(would demonstrate San Francisco's
possibilities as a wlntor Boiling center,
" lth UCl1 C0UrS0 """ "e(""
In the future vould come hero Instead
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KAM TEAMS CLASHi
AT SOCCER TODAYiseiiLJsi,Gu.Kt
Grammar School Eleven and
All-Stars Come Together
In Important Match.
While all the other grammar school
soccer teams have been working to
gether In preparation for tho soccer
series, tho Knm teutn Ims been on the
shelf, In. a way, nnd for the first time
this season the team will play ngalnst
tho star eleven of tho school, which
pl.ivH In the Interrcholastlc series luter.
Frank Shlpnuin Is captain of the
eleven and will have his full team nut
this afternoon to buck against thoreg
lilnr first lentil The mntch will bn
watched with Interest by the students.
as the results will give the followers
of the sport an Idea of how strong tho
grammar school team will show up this
Tho tenm Is made up completely of
new material with the exception of ono
plajer, A. Mitchell, who ptaitl for-
wnrd nu thn winning team Inst eur.
All others platers of tha 1910 cloven
havo passed tha ago limit, and u. few
of them are candidates for the first
tram this cnr.
Among the luw material there aro
somo fast plovers. CI. Hush will hold
dovvn a position In tha buck lino. Ilo
has it terrlbln hoof." M. Kotinl, thn
goalkeeper. Is n dandy, mid thcro will
bo llttlo iliatitn of the other sldo get
ting the ball between thn posts. In the
Inter-clnss srrlcs he saved his team
from being bidly defeated many limes.
Tho first teiuii Is short of n few of
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The market where tho best meats and butter are sold. The
market that haa been made absolutely aanltary through the ex
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ARRIVE FOR CRACK
.Members of thn Hawaiian Klllo As
sociation aro fnlrly gloating over tho
arrival of six brand-new, specially
tested nnnj Hprlngllclas, nnd on
Thanksgiving Iiy there will bo n big
shoot that will give the marksmen a
ihiince to seo what they can do with
the new gun
The Ilnwnllnn Hide Association Is af
filiated with the National llllte Asso
ciation of America, nnd the pieces it
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',ii(i, n m.ii ii;iiii. iiiit niniiniiy it'si
etl by tho government for target work,
and aro similar to those Issued to tho
servlco teams mid the stale mill tin for
the nntlonnl match nt Cnmp Perry.
The six new rllles received by tho
local men were secured from the gov
ernment through Col. Jones, adjutant
ginernl of the National Clunrd. Tho
arms are In the nature of a sample, and
It Is expected that most of the members
of the association will put In an order
for one when another lot Is sent for.
A twenty-dollar bill will buy n rltle,
pay thn freight, and gvn the owner
something like n two-dollar rebate to
spend on ammunition.
a aa a
Invitations to tho inarrlar;u of Miss
Muriel Lctltla Gibson, duughtcr of Mr. J
und .Mrs. T. Herbert (llbion, to nay
Maker Illctnw, havo been Issued, Tho
wedding lakes plucii on Thursday
ovcnlng. November 2, nt clght-thlrty
In Central Union church. '
Its lust Jour's men, but the new can
didates wilt havo their first trjout this
afternoon Captain Apau believes that
the llrnt eleven will bold Its own
against tho grammnr nam.
Tho tciniH will lino up as follows:
Cramlnnr team Forwards, A. Cor
ren, II llcrtelmnu, A. Mitchell, 11. Hub
l.ui, J. Miikauanl; Imcks, ". Kama. J, '
Hhlpiunu, F. Shlpmnn, (I. Hush, K, ,
lllpa; goal, M. Koanl. ,
First team Forwards, V. Wnlaleule, "
W. Komaloplll, H. Noah. II. Godfrey,
H. Hiissey; bucks, W. Apau (captain),
W. Opiiiiul, H. flush, II. Itrnndt, C. Ho-
sea, J. Kaulhuiia; goal, a Liijnn.
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