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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1911.
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NEW YORK'S REVISED BOXING
RULES WILL APPLY AT P. A. C.
Code Prepared By Jacob Skelly for Empire State Commis
sion to Be Used Tomorrow Night Show Looks Like a
COAST LEAGUE FINISH.
V. I.. I'd.
Portland US 7D .BS7
Vernon US f8 .1.7.1
V Oiiklnml Ill 99 .MO
The 1'nrlilc Athletic management has
decided to lc right lip to thn inlmito
In arrangements for lis Unit boxing
show, wlilcli Ik to lie pullcil oft nt tlio
Orphcum Theater tomorrow night.
Willi thin In view the boxing rules
Just prepared for the Now York Ath
letic Commission lmc lccn adopted.
This code, which won drawn up liy
Jncoti Shelly, tlio vctcrnn featherweight
who retired from tlio ring 111 1892 Mid
who nun recently appointed olllclnl ref
eree hy the Now York commission, nro
n rellon of the Qucetishcrry rules,
tmd were prepared with special refer-
eneo to oliort limit1),
Them shall he no continuous tllneh
Iiik. hugging or wrestling allowed by
Trunin players who Intend to enter
Hie Mnno.i elnh'H electric light event.
which commences iionI Monday. should
hear In mind that the enirleH cloie thin
afternoon at II. O. Hall & Sou's Htoru.
It's well k"nown that Ihero In it lot of
Intercut In tlio tournament, mid that
players like the noxclty of playing nt
If either man goes Idown IhroiiKh ",K"1 " ""menu imiii. mm nils iicing
weakness or other cnuics he must Ret "" " '" ""niowlint remnrkahle that tlio
up iimiNslsteil within 10 seconds. The c,,,r- ll"1'" lmve ,,,,rn i'm ' '"'"
other man meanwhllo must step hack " T'1" nliMvrr seems to he that tlio
10 feet. A man hanging on Iho ropes P'nyers have liern careless, and as :t
In a helpless condltlonl or n man on r'"11 ""' l",,n, "' l,ln- "' ,,c
nno knee shall he considered down, and nppolnted unless they declare them
lf struck Is entitled to the decision .selves today.
The refcreo shall decide nil limited Tll Mimon courts hnve hoen the
hm. i '-rn' of "ama hnny niatchcs durhiR
iKilitein oil i'iii.r. i in- i " evvwutiv
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l.os AnRclcs .. S-
shall he for attack, direct clean
with cither hnnd ahovo the helt,
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enco to snort noun. frnsc. RunrdhiR. ducklnR. counter hit-
Homo of the more Important sections nni ,,,,,. wro ,,,,, nro
of his revised code nro: )( )n )(h mi1m cn,,1(.rnton ltlt
Tlin weights for all championship
contests shall he as follows: For ban
tamweights, 110 pounds; feather
weights, 120; llRhtwclRhts, 135; welter
welRhts, 145; mlddlewelKlits, IDS; llght
heavyweights, 170; all over 170, heavy
weights. llach champion shall defend his title
lit least twice n ear If the chnllciiRor
post a JIOOO guarantee. A champion
rcfiishiR to make n match shall forfeit
ho Riven to tlio man dolus the most
The entry list for tomorrow iiIrIU him
nttalned sizeable proportions, and there
Is no chance of ii shortage In the ranks.
All conlcstnnls arc to report nt tlio
theater tomorrow nlRht nt 6:30 to
weigh, mid to draw for opponents,
Seats are roIiir well, the sale being
on nt (lunst's clpar store, KIhr and
the last few weeks, the cluh cham
pionship tournament liavlnR heen play
ed eff. Ever) thing points to u success
f nl nlRht tnurnnment, and to the suc
cess of the special handicap tourna
ment which will he run off after the
nlRht event, starting Saturday, Nnvem
TALK OF SERIES FOR
COAST BASEBALL TITLE
A GREAT TEAM
VANCOUVnit, II. C, Oct 25 A se
rles of live Raines for the liaschall
championship of (ho Pacific Coast next
J spring In California hetween the Van
couver team, champions of the North
western l.eaKiie, ami the roithiml cluh,
champions of tho I'nrlllc Coast League,
Is iroposed hy President It. 1'. Ilrimn
of the Vancouver cluh In ll letlr ills,
patched today to JihIro W. V. McC're
dle, president of the Coast LeiiRiie
champions. President Uroun will make
InrraiiRements to havo his players ns-
The annoiinrenient Hint Mel I.omrIuis senihlo for tho sprliiR traliihiR In Call
retired permanently from tlin tennis , ferula, provldliiR his offer to play for
A team of real world's champions, nn
ncsreRiitlnu of hasehall players who.
If they could ull he citthcreit toRether world will come ns n prent surprise tu tho Coast title Is accepted He pro-
and put nn one team at their very hest, the followers of the same throiiRliout poses to play the names prior to tho
could. In the opinion of such n Rrent the country, hut nevertheless ll is n opening .of the Coast leiiRue season,
expert hh John J. McOraw, manager of fact. Iiiir made tho announcement hi
the New York (Hants, defent any other Han Francisco recently nnu statett inai
hasehall team that has ever existed, jhe would not ho seen nguln In tournn
lias heen selected hy the "l.lttle Nn- tnent play after he defends his title III
pnleon" III the follow InR nrtlcle. In. the Callfnrnhi Stnte chniuplonshlii
plekhiR the team, McOraw has taken! which ho won last yenr. This ecnt
his stars from the vurlous periods of will tako place. In all prohahlllty, on
tho Rnrnc, reRardless of the tlmo lnTlinnksRlvlnK Day. IonR has heen for
which they plajed. his Idea heliiR loj tho JaslJU yrars one of tlio best play
plcl;'oul''tho'he(l hunch of, ball pUycrs i crs" "on tho Coasi, nnd lu tbarilmo he
lias neiu every nno in mo niuie.
that have ever Rrnced tho diamond:
Catchers Mllfc. Kelly, Buck F.wInK,
Wllhert nohlnsou. IloRcr Ilresnahan.
Pitchers John Clnrkson. Amos ltu
hle. Christy Mnthewson, Nat nuckrr,
First h.iso Kreil Merkle.
Second base Napoleon Ijijole.
Third base Jimmy Collins.
Shortstop Hans WnRiicr.
Utility Inflebl HiiRh JennhiRs.
nlRht Held Willie Kceler.
Center Held Ty Cob.
Left Held 1M Delelmnty.
Utility outfielder Hilly Hamilton.
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STAR IS STRONG FOR
THE NEW FOOTBALL
L, M, .Racier Says It's Far
AheRd-of the Old Brand.
This Is a banner season for American
football In tho Northwest, according to
l.uke Haihr, star fullback of the Wil
lamette University team of last year.
Under comes from u fuinous football
family, and made u big uputatlon for
himself while nt tho Oregon CoIIcro. He
Is now in Honolulu, seeing something
of tho world beforo Rolng to Princeton
to llnlsh his college and, Inchlcntnlly,
his football career.
"Tho new rules linvn put n iiiumIo
on ull criticism aRnlnst rnutli.il!," said
Jtader this mornluR. "The new gnino
Is a beauty, anil they took to It quicker
In the Northwest than In uliy other
part of tlio country. It Is a game of
headwork and uulck thinking, nnd to
iny mind a great Improvement over tho
old stylu of play.
"It's rather strange that In tho F,ni-t,
wlitru tho rules were drawn up and
chewed over long before tho Coast
knew of their winkings, the new foot
lull has been slow to develop Cnrllslo
Is about the only one of the big teams
that Jumped In nnd learned tho now
game from tho llrst. No team that
clings In old style football nnd doesn't
tako advantage of tho oppottuultles for
trick pla)h ottered by the now code,
can stand ugnlust a team playing up
to.dato football And tho game can't
he learned In it minute, either. H'h us
complicated as a Chinese puzlo Not
so much tho rules themselves, hut tho
chances they olfer for combination
Itader Is not only u fust player, but
also it keen student of tho game and n
A Ilurtalo sneak thlof lifted a wnlch
valued nt $200 from Pllcher "Dummy"
Taylor recently. On the Insldo of tlin
caso Ib engraved "I II. Taylor Pro
tented by San DIcro friends, 1001."
Two years ago when I.onR and Mc
laughlin went to Aiislmlla us tho
American challengers for the D.ivIh
Cup, they played In Honolulu, nnd
during his short May hero Mel Long
made many friends.
Showed Well In Eatt.
Long was not only n well-known
player on the Const, but for the Isst
three years ho has Rone Kast nnd com
peted In nil of the Important tourna
ments of the country Tho llrst year
ho went Knst he was not ranked ex
cept In n complimentary manner, as
nothing much was known of him or thn
other California players. In thn na
tional tournament that ear ho was do
feated by his teammate, MclouRhlln,
In ono of the best matches of tho year.
I .ast year was his second trip East, nnd
ho did remarkably well and was rank
ed us thn lirth plater In the country.
This yenr when ho went back great
things wero expected of him, ns ho won
the llrst tournament In which ho play
ed. Ho tried to play In too many
events, inn! by tho end of tho season
when thn most Important tournaments
took place, he was stale and oft hit
game. Tho chances sro that ho will
not receive tho samo high ranking this
yenr, hut ho will probably bo In tho
Studiee Too Urgent.
LonR'H retirement Is due to the fact
that he Is over his head In studies nnd
he realises that In order to mnko Rood
headway with his chosen profession ho
will have to devote all of his time to
study. Ho ulsii realizes that In order
to play tennis as a topnolchcr one ImB
In practise continually, and ns ho can
not glvo thn Riimu Ids tlmo ho will not
eiiRiigo In tournament play but will,
when ho has u llttlo time, play u few
games for exercise
Long's retirement will bo regretted
by followers of tho Rame, ns ho was the
only player who could compete with
McLoiiRhlln. These two, with Ilundy
of Southern California, havo heen In
class hy Ihemselves on the Coast for
Ii number of years. '
a n n
Cliff Curtis Is. tho Irnvollng kid In
Mie National League. Ho liaa played
with Boston, (Jlilciign and Philadelphia
From tho tlmo Ihoy loft the Polo
Grounds for (Tielr last trip of tho sea-
pon, until they lander! bacK'nnme. tlio
(limits played 2 games, of which they
The season closed with the dx
tenuis occupying the samo posi
tions they did u month ago,
Portland practically clinched tho
pennant two weeks before tho
schedule closed, but the fans
still gup Virnoii mi otitshln
(.banco. The Villagers, how
ever, could not delhcr. so the
last week was a regular two
step for the champions The
Heals also had nn opportunity
to crowd tho Senators hack into
fifth place, hut, like the VIII. ig
irs, they wero lacking, while
Hniramcntn made it Rrent llnlsh
against Oakland hi the lln.il se
ries Los Angeles llnlshid Just
ns tin fans looked for two
wcks after thn season opened.
Dillon's men ncvir figured bet
tir than last.
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Toinonow night and the Imlaneo of
the week al Iho Independent Theater,
the famous championship battle of
Jack Johnson nnd James Jeffries will
bo shown on Hie screen. Prices only
10 nnd IT, cents, lCcrjonu should ben
this fnmotiH lllm.
SELLS TWO LOTS OF
Two loll of
Tucker of the
gincrnmcnt land wero
esterday by Joshua
lauds department A
tract, which had nn upset prlco of (60
fu II, was run up to lf0. It una
bought by A. M. Drown for Manuel
A remnant ot, corcriunuut. haul at
Klhiu, Hawaii, went for tho upkel prlco
of t.,tn,'V. C Shields for tho Pnpna-
loa Agricultural Company.
"Honolulu nmusement-seeklng pub
lic linve In store a real musical treat In
the nrrltat of a company of some lu
tein nrtlts under the direction of Pro
fessor Hughes, who aro expected to
nrrlio hire b the next Sierra nnd open
nn engagement under the ninnngement
of lb Honolulu Amusement Company,"
stated (leneral .Manager John A. Mil-
rooii this morning, now hack from a
very successful tour of the Coast,
Where, he says, he secured n line on a
number of star attractions for tho
string of playhouses under his direct
Mr Miirooii was kept constantly on
the move during his brief absence. In
looking over the vnudevlllo nnd umuse-
Tlio Hughes company has n reper
toire of twenty playlets or musical com
edies, arranged to tuneful airs, and
every member of the company Is n spe
cialist In his or her line, with nn at
tractive sIiiro setting Mnnnger Ma
goon predicts that tho entertainment
will be the best orferetl the public In
u long time Two complete changes of
program each week nro promised Man
ager Mngoon has nlso closed contracts
for a much Improved mnvlng-plcturn
llrm service, II being the expectation
that the latest In photo plays will be
GOMES & COMPANY TO
BUILD ALEWA RESERVOIR
tloiues & Co. wero tho lowest bid
ders jcKterd.ty In connection with the
building of Iho Alewn Heights reser
voir, tenders for which wero opened In
the olllie of Hie superintendent of pub
lie works. The figure quoted by them
Is I MHO for 101 working days.
The otlur bids wero J. Wilson, $7818,
00 das; Concrete Construction Com
pany, tVJ'iQ, ISO days; George Mar
shall, JIO.'.'OO. 90 du; and the Lord
Young Ihiglnecrlng Company, with !C,
8'.i). i:o days.
Tenders were nlso opened for tho
laying of the sewer pipe alone Queen
street. The tenders nro to be Investi
gate! before ntiy award Is made. The
Lord-Young Hngluccrlng Company was
lowest with I17,!00, nnd tho work to
be done lu 160 days. Then rime the
Concrete Construction Company, with
17.r,S5 nnd 17S day", nnd L. M. White
house, $18,445, 240 days.
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