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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911.
Lovejoy & Co.
Importers and Dealers
The Bulletin's Page of Sports
902-804 NUL7NU BTRCET
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The Bartlett Natural Mineral Water
Bottlad at the C.Lbrat.d Bartl.tt 8pring, Laka County, California.
Aa a MEDICINAL and TABLE WATER, it haa NO EQUAL.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PART8 OF THE CITY
"A Cur for the Discriminating Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typo 56 $4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Typa 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Typo 34 2250
AMERICAN 8COUT Type 22 1250
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ON THE MAHKET.
HKALTII-aiVINd AND HUACINU. OltKAT RELIEF FOR
SUFFERERS FROM QOUT.
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
At All the Leading Saloons
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
Your Complete Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Ladies' THF FODIUFIT Sachs Bid
Frnrks UlL rUKMlil Beretania
TAI LOY COMPANY
MANUFACTURERS OF CHINE8E JADE JEWELRY GOLD AHD
CORNER NUUANU AND llOTEk - - PHONE 3CC2
eld fc Co.
FIGHT FANS SEE 14 ROUNDS OF
GOOD SPORT AT P. A. C. SHOW
Maguirc of the Engineers and
Up Best Mill of the Evening
BY LAURENCE REDINQTON.
Fourteen round of clean '..oxinirwas
the nrferliiR nf the I'nclllc Athletic Club
to the light fans nf Honolulu lust nlRht.
It U'lixn't exactly sensational milling,
hut every l)oy Insldo the topes tried
haul tn win, unci nil tin; limits were run
off nn schedulo time two Rood points
Unit ninnj-nn established club has been
unable tn put to It M credit.
The Mr limit of the evening from llio
standpoint of i;enernl Interest mid iiIko
from tlmt of iiiinrh trading wns the
closer between IMillo MnRiilrc, tho
"Fighting Irishman" of the F.ngltieers,
and Jim MeOnith of the Second In
fantry. The house wns nbnut equally
divided between these two arms nf tlio
service, und u InrRe chunk of Rloum
fettled over the Fort De Hussy section
when Mrflrath wiik Riven the dccMon
after the Judges liad culled for nn cxtrn
n the tlrst two rounds MiiRiilrc had
h slight lend, principally on leading
nnd aggressiveness, for his blows did
little damage, nlthoiiRh they started
the blood from MctJrnth's nose nnd
IHiffcd up bin lip somewhat. In the
third round the Infantryman nunc to
lift) mill piore than evened up his op
poneni.V. lend. He took to stepping III
to Mnrp'lrn's rushes nnd stopping them
with HtliT lefts, vnryliiR this proRrnm
with some Rood right books tn the
side of tho bend. MiiRilIre wns very
tired when the Rung rntiR. In the extra
two minutes Mctlrntb landed live tell
Iiir blows to MiiRiilre's three, mid earn
ed n close decision. Neither man had
iniich excent u willingness In trado
ninirliei.' Mniriilrn mid tils backers am i
biii.erv fop imotlier meplliiL- and It's
proliaiilc tho men will come toRether
for six rounds tomorrow nlRht. I
Prince t. Winner. t
Frlnca of the Infnntry nnd WrlRlit of
tho marines. 125 pounders, went on for
tlin first liout of the evenbiR. The tlrst
hikI third rtmm.H wore iiitntit
while tho nccoiid wnn nil Prince.
had.n .fair left nnd did mostof tlio"
lenfflnRT' Wrlclit nearly swunR himself
off his feet time nnd iiRnln with n
...ii.i ri.iit hnvmnker tlmt sturted some-
.wberv near the floor nnd ended over
tho fnntllRbts, but ho couldn't con- for RIVinR. mm so nine iroumn insnm
nect, nnd most of Ills blows were open, the ripes. The Judges were lister Te
hand ships on the kidneys nnd shoul- trie. V. I Stevenson mid ljmrenco
dcrs. ' I Itv'lbigton.
PLANS GALA DAY
Tomorrow afternoon und evening, at
tho Outr'lKgcr Club, tho members will
entertain this friends and the public
ut ii regatta, chowder, dance mid en
At 2 o'clock In the afternoon tho
younghters of tho club will assemble
on the grounds nnd launch their boards
and canoes preparatory to three liourH
of contest In tho wnves.
At 4 o'clock Uergcr'a band will ar
rive to enliven tho events, mid at & the
big phnwder for a thousand guests will
be, laid, and during thn roast Krncst
Kaul's. orchestra will arrive to remain
for the rest of the evening.
Dancing will begin ut 8 o'clock and
continue until midnight. The motion
pictures of the mining scenes will be
thrown on the screen several times
during the evening.
Tickets for the entlro program may
be secured nt the Public Service rooms.
The club expects to net a thousand dol
lars for tho contemplated Improve
ments. Already several hundred dol
lars have been appropriated for the re
taining wall, which Ii now being built.
The public Is Invited to patronize tho
I'linaliou mid McKlnley High will
meet on the football Held tomorrow'
afternoon. This will be tho first time
In two seasons that tho teams liuvo
Puliation looks to have the Inside
dilutee, fnr tho collegn backs uro u
speedy lot, mid tho team as u whole
has had morn practise than tho Me
Klnleyltcs. Tho gumo should be worth
139 Merchant Street
McGrath of the Infantry Put
and Will Be Matched Again.
Jim Coope, n husky isnllor from thn
Niivnjo, took the mensnro of Itnlph
Trier, marines. In the llRlitwelRhl class.
The former hud u (iRlitbiR fare that's
worth it stiiRe fortune, nnil the wny be
Blowered ucross the rlnR tit his oppo
nent wns quite nwu-lnplrlng. Ilernr-
rled the llRbtlnR to Trier mot of the
time, iilthouitb tho latter took a brnce
In the Inst round. Not enotiRli, how
ever, to Justify n third round. When
Dr. Mncknll, the club'H otllclnl physl-
clnli, examined Coope before the IlKlit
he snld that the sailor bail the Illicit
heart bo had ever listened to.
Then Wilier of tho Second Infantry
nnd Frank Cronck nf the engineers
curried their go to four rounds before
ii decision wns Riven In faor of thn
former. Wlller's Rrent fnult wns not
InkliiR advantage of openings Several
times he had Cronck with his hnnd.i
bunging, nnd wouldn't step In forwliat
would iiiidnulitedly have lieen u telling
pinicli. Cronck wns game ns a pebble,
nnd came UP stronK for the fourth
round, but Wilier wns able to Ret In
three rapid-lire rlRht hooks to thn
neck, which practically decided the
Cavalrymen Didn't Come.
The proRrnm wns somewhat cut
down by the non-nppcarniico of elRht
scrappers from Lcllchun. nnd by the
fnct that I'rlnce felt too tired to ro on
with Noycs, who drew u hyn In thn
featherwelRht class. However, the
crowd took the dhnppnlntmrnt In Rood
art and went home well pleased with
Saturday nlRht's ImxhiK should pro-
vide Homo warm limits;. Prince
Noyes will mix It. while Wilier
Coope will llRht It out for thn gold
medal. Miles nnd "Jackie" Clark will
l"x at K,8. nnd there Is tho proliabll-
Ity of n return ro between MiiRilIre
nun Mrurimi ni six rminos nun a -
round challeiiRe matcli Tietween llnrry
--!. mIa .! llAlbtn ttihn'. tllrlltii llllflAf lltd
flfJIUIIl" IIIMI llt'llll'l WlltfJ jMh"" "ll'"-l !'
Tlonnnio of Young OiinH.vl,, -
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Mine Puton ncteiljitinirntimn. in
the rlnR for nil tho Doul Desiue.i i
tendlns to tlio details of innnaRcment.
lln did a Rood evening's work, and
the scrappers ure to no conRrniuiaieii
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SOCCER LEAGUE HAS
FOR COMING SEASON
Every Team Has Two Free
Saturdays During Race
Kam Alumni Admitted,
The soccer schedule for the coining
season was formally adopted last nlfiht
at a meeting of the Hawaii Associa
tion Football League, held nt the Vouiir
Hotel. With live tennis In the rnco
this year the npportloiiiiient or Raines
was no ensy IIiIiir, nnd Secretary amy
of the leiiRUe deserves n honejuct fnr
the satisfactory schedule he drew up.
I.'ist nlKlit It went tbroiiRli without an
unfavornbln comment, livery teiini In
the leaRUe plays two Rallies with ev
ery other team, anil every teuin gets
two Saturdays' lay off.
The season will open December 9
with the usual ilouble-hender nt Molll-
III, nnd lu the evening n dance nU tho
Young. All Raines will be called nt
2:30 and 3: If. sharp. Season tickets
can be secured for n dollar, nnd slmtle
udinlsslons will be !.1 cents ns former
ly, Indies lieliiR admitted free.
There Is plenty of material from
which to pick referees this year, and
this Important mutter will be taken
up nt once. Anions the possibilities are
I. McLean. James Flddes. Hob Ander
son, II. L. S trance nnd U (1. llbick-
The Knmehainelm Alumni team wns
formally admitted last nlRht.
Following Is the schedule:
Dec. J--llenlanl vs. Punahou.
Kaniehaiueba vs. IIIkIi School'.
Ill I'liunhmi vs. Kaiiiehamcha.
Malic vs. Henlanl.
25 Kamchumchn X's. Malic
High School vs. t'mutlinu.
Jan 1 Malle vs. HIrIi School.
Ilrnlnnl vs. Kiimehameha.
" fi HIrIi School vs. Henlanl.
I'unahoti vs Malle.
" 13 Henlanl vs. I'linaliou.
Kiimehameha vs. HIrIi School.
" 511 I'linnhoii vs. Kumchnmchn.
Malle vs. Healanl.
" 37 Kiimehameha vs. Malle.
High School vs, I'linaliou.
Feb 3 Malle vs. High School.
Henlanl vk. KamehnmeliR.
" 10 HIrIi School vs. Healanl.
I'linaliou vs. Malle,
xx a a
rtoslon funs flRtiro thaUv-'illitck"
O'flrlen, of tho Rod Snx, and Pitcher
Donnelly, nf the Hustlers, will put tho
Hub nn the baseball map next sea
Bon. It Is hald that "Tub" Spencer, of
tho Quakers. Is worth a holler full nfltlilnk iiboiit. why not let a II u 1 1 ot In
Killo mid will quit tlio game for Kood,
PERPETRATED BY WALTACD0UGALL
Likely Material Gobbled
By Major League
A criminal ran escape the meshes of
the police easier than u ball player can
obscure Ills talent from mnjor league
scouts, says u Detroit dispatch. Tbere
Isn't ii leiiRUe In the Pulled Htntes or
III Canada that Is not tboroiiRbly rov-l
ered by representatives from Mr league'
clubs, nnd diamond stars In the roiiRh,
lire not permitted to lliiRcr In the lessen
organization for any IniRtli of t line. I
The rnllcRcs have been Invaded,
some of the present-day stars In the
national pastime were heroes In edit-
. .I....... i.., ii..tii.i-
Aside from this,
"""" " -
each major league club has Its friends
In different Hurts of the country, nnd
these supporters Rive countless tips on
posslbln future stars.
There was u time when the tips from
fans were disregarded by club owners.
It was not considered that the ordinary
fan could distinguish between players,
but competition has become so keen!
that, unless the Information Is usually
wild, rluli owners Investigate the mer
its of the player suggested.
Walter Johnson, star pitcher of the
Washington Ainerlcnn League club, and
a mail whom many critics consider tho
luoet wonderful pltrlier In the Rame to
day, wnn tipped mf by u traveling
Three or four .years iiro big leaRUe
clubs were raiding rlass A tennis for
recruits. At one time there wns hard
ly a club In either the Ainerlcnn or
National League but what had a re
cruit from the American Association.
Then Connie Mack of .the Athletics
showed ii number of college players,
nnd attention was directed tnwnrd the
Institution of learning. The raiding of
Canadian leagues mid lengues lu the
West nnd on the I'acllle Coast follow
ed that, and this season particular nt
tentlon has been directed toward the
Tlio Parisian novelty of theater
restaurant In Now York Is nfallure;
n'riil "thol Fol lo's Hergerp" "" linn " been
closed. Orchestra nentR In two thea
ters have been advanced lo $2.50.
forecast Inp an increnso In nil llroad
If you Imvn a want large enough to
tviint Ad olvo tho problem?
BROKERS EXPECT A
ROUGH GOLF MATCH;
HAVE SIX EXTRA MEN
Substitutes Will Hold Down the
Side Lines Ready to Re
place the Injuied,
What kind of rough stun do thn
brokci" expei t from the hankers In
their tl.ish mi the golf links tomorrow?
Cnptnln llniold (lirfnrd of the Mock
mid bond crowd inns't tie expecting
trouble, fur be has ii.iiued no less than
six substitute' who will camp on tho
Ide llnis. read to take the place of
any disabled plajir It looks ns though
the brokers had been tipped off to ex
pect beaulug with a ultilUk, or h quick
trip Into the pond at tin- tlrst hole.
t'lrfard himself will be one of the
reserves, and will dlrcit his team from
the side lines The side lines have
been carefully sure)cd so ns to In
clude the clubhouse.
The bankers ure trained to the min
ute, and their captain, I. Tetuiny Peck,
bun Imbued llieni with the Idea tlmt
death Is better thnn defeat They arc
trained to the minute, und nlthouch
they nre biking interest, some busi
ness liHOiivenlenre has been encoun
tered onlug to the fact that none of
them will go near n draft.
Here's the lineup or the oppodlig
Hrol.crn-W P Itutli. W Ii Urnwn.
William Simpson. William Wllll.inuon,
C. C. Cnrter. A. Afong.
Hankers I. Teniiey Peck. A. W. T.
llottmnlcy. B. I Spalding, A Lewis,
(irorgo c. Potter. J. L. Cockburn.
llrokers" subs. II. II. tllffnrd. Joe
Andrnde, p.. It. Reldford. W. Kendall.
a. Ilultolph, W. A. Love.
:: n a
MANOA TENNIS FINALS.
The finals III both men's singles and
doubles of the Mmio.i Tenuis. Clubs
baiiilleiip tournameiil, which has been
n progress for several days, will be
played tomorrow" nfternonii.
The Manoa club, which Is u holding
company for the Maim.i Tenuis Club,
held Its annual meeting l.ist night nnd
elected the following olllcers: tjeorgo
tl. (Jiilld, president; I'rucst ltoss, vice-
president; A. I.. Andrews, secretary;
r.l. 11, e.ruh.ini. treasurer. The trus
tees who hold Jbelisjjropertyareii
Von D.iniin, C, II. Olson mid M. Mnc
KINO-MAItSIt lu llerkelcy. Califor
nia, October T2, 1!H1. nt the homo
of tho hriilo's p'trcnta, Miss Fcrepta
Marsh lo tlcurgo 1). King, son of
Mrs. Amy I llonrilniiiti of Hono
Weakly H I e ' I n Kl .-r Trap.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Naaa tiaK. in Ira whea th. (null right tW
atoauch and bowtU are ligkL
nl a laiy tmt
Hadacfc aai DUtrau after Eatlaf .
ial POL lad Dm Saul! Mm
Geaaiae nuii Signature
Are Yon Well?
I IF NOT, WHY NOT? OO TO
For a couraa of aprout. that wilt
r.juvcnato you and mk you
sorry that your lif. ii not twice
176 S. King St. Phon. 2467
la a aci.noe, and only on that
baata do w. off.r to r.palr vour
watch, of wbat.v.r urada tt
113 HOTEL 8TREET
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