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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, NOV. 8, 1911.
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BY HERBERT FORDER
Thle li the second of a eerlet of four etoriee dealing with the crooked ring
career of Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, ai recounted by Herbert Forder, former-
ftnmnc Rnrllu Mnmrtnri nnrl ' Engllth tutor and prti agent to the crafty fighter. The third itory, which
ii i. i n lyaMttytll J,,u, will be printed on this page tomorrow, telle how Tommy Burne left 8eattte
National Commission Negli
gent Says Hugh Fullerton.
to fight O'Brien in Milwaukee, an I how
the Philadelphlan double-crossed
PAflT 2. mil tiovlnir nml tint In some tcrrl'le
If we lire lii believe the accounts of, T)lP (lr,t ,B c0n.Up enme In Nan slugging. (lol.lse.nln could mil stand
the recent world's scries Raines writ- Frnnclsm. O'Urlen Imd been lighting tln pace: his last holt hiul been shot,
ten by nunc nf the baseball experts of steadily upward unci lit tlmt time was nnd the battle wont In Jack,
the rininlrv. the scries was n record- nlroudy something of n llRiire In pu-, After tlmt nine the buttle with
breaker fur Imd mntinRcmeiit nn.l ncun- Rlllsm Ills 20-romnI nlTnlr Willi the Ocorgo Crisp, for the chutiiplonslilp,
lul Knina of the wild rumors tlmt ncRro,1ounR Peter Jackson. In wlileli iei, nil the bruisers In KiiRtnnd were
went the rntimlH between games nro "" '"" ''""' 'v'n ,hl'n ll; either de.nl or waning sadly. It n.
amusing enough , frame. Hcrc'swhat -' -' " .J, ".' u sorry spectaclc-thc gay lieu Hum-
other llRht between himself nml tlm ""' " "" """ '""" """"...
eoon would bo a big nttrnrtlon. Tho r,)r elrvrn rounds, while Crisp, a burly
little was scheduled nnd then O'Urlen -nrt-liorso or n mini, wiih battered,
and YnuiiR Peter Rol loRether. It wan J.ibbeil nml wounded beyond recoRiil-
vvlib-nt that Jack would be n Might lion, his eoiinteimiiee ri'HeinblliiR n
favorite. He HRTeed to 'take a knock- piece of slashed raw be f.
nut at the hands of the black man. The O'Brien a Ood.
i. mil ,rKrcsci nn i.Kur.i nun in Mini K,.i, ,.., i, r,.i,,n ..r II. ..a.. ..!.,...
plou that the natives turned aside In
awe ami wonder when be condescend-
IN MANOA ELECTRIC
All Winning Tennis Players
Have an Easy Time Tour
nament Well Conducted.
7l00 Nlekeleen and Oibbe vs. Wilbur
7:45 Axelrod vs. Sinclair.
8 1 30 Waterhouse and Harold Castle
vs. Olson and Qreenwell.
9:15 Qreenwell vs. Steere.
SLIM CHANCE OF
But American Tennis Cracks
Will Be Given Hearty Wel
come In Any Event.
HiirIi rullcrtoii, wrltlnR under Phila
delphia dale lino of October 19, had to
say In tho llcnritt papers:
"Italn, rain and scandal nml Rrufl
weru tbu features of the world's chain
plnmdilp scries today. The ruin pour
ed nil nlRbt uml kept driving steadily
iiown iiiiiii i ociock inii iiiiernuv... ;iroppr ,,, o-nrien ,ropped his
There never wan u chanco for it Ramo Kv0, ml ynB. Peter sent him to
lint It Ulih Hot until illHt before IIOOII tlt !,nur,lii tl wnM fill Hn nltvlni.. Ihnl
that the ulllclul iiiinoiinccmcnt from the OIiiiiii'ii name was font In the pm,!''1 ,n l'"rade the streets of their pro
National Commission came. The coin- trite nf the fans. However. h cleared Melal cities. U'llrlen saw lot of easy
liilnitlon wim ocr In New York trylliR "" IHWO and IiIh Hbare of tin- Rule re-! money ahead, hut be lacked the nece-
to decide whether Kxtra Dry belonRH -.i'. nri- nim n in i.ni n.r hhj i.....n..in, fu in- uupnrien poor
i.. i.v...,..o ,.r A,i,..rlr.i. wbllo tlm fol- ". " "' ""' ","1""' .'" " ""' l"u ! i hiik ixeniiy. KCl IIIH preHH IIRellt to
. ..1U ". .....- . - - .,...,., ,.. f.-..nl...1 I .... ...
worn, roi mil the paper, booked up tho
IuiIIh In the tnwiiH weekH iibead, and
under u uiiiltlludo of nll.iKeH the faith
ful and loiiR-HiifferlnR Yank Rol him-
nef "knoekeil out" after a few roiindH
well thranbed at IiIh luinila. Onlv once "' '"'""'K- to the dellKht of the hn
did be run foul of n nnaR. It wiih In l,ln audlenceH who tlirniiRcil to nee tho
PLOWING, Grading, Private
Road Making done quickly
and economically by
P. M. POND,
ul,,.i... .. t.i.nl 1
lowers of the Herlen were hero wallltiR. A,ton,n BrU,h.r..
"It li reported hero tonight that the The iintlveH marveled at IiIh undoubt-
couunlioilnu ba ileclded to call oil to- edly brilliant ntyle of boxInR, and hiuI-
morrow'H Kiime, but tho olllclal an- denly Jack found blmnelf In clover,
nouiiccmeiit wiih not forlhcomlnB. 11 '" "flr dub Rot mlnelf tboroiiRhly
wiih rciHirleil that Hie coininhuilnn. aco- "0" "irnMioii ai iiih iianiiH. limy once
Inir the wetneHH of the tablecloths lit
the Waldorf, Imi ileclded that the Phll-
Tlicru Is n bare poHlblllty thai
liilied, WrlKht uml McliURhlln, tlm
American teiiuli trio, will pluy on tho
local courtH this afternoon It li u
very slim chance. tboiiKli. and not until
the liner Zealaudl.i rioekt at 3:30 tills
afternoon will the question be decided
In rharp contrast to tlm npenlns
nlRh't's play, all the tennis matches run
off nt the Manoa club's electric IIrIU
el court Inst evenliiR were walkovers.
Tho process of elimination was rapid,
nml there wni no wnltlnR between
m li t rli ,. i
J. II. Ilnrnes, the Iimtern plnjcr who oeunnei.
...! Mt llr.t iiiiiienriinc,. In n ncnl " " " " '''"- "
tournament In the Hull Cup contest n Prompted the plajers' refusal by wlro-
v weeks UK... ha.Hiin easy tlnio with "" ycsicriiny, men inai coiiskmti mu..
his tcnni-niate. (lerald Irwlne, wliiulnu "" "" "". " ""
in.n llr..n. ,.lv. r..sl tennis, and he " ' '" l'" rnm ' ""' ; " "
has been nble to adapt blmelf readily
to the peculiar conditions of nlKht play
The only other singles match was be
on the other baud, iJirneil has put till
foot down on the men pboliiR on dirt
courts, tho refusal will, of course,
tween Olson and Hchmldt, the former nl
wlunhiR 10-3 . I lunciieon wnicn was io iiaoucen
Dr. Hobdy and C. H. Cooko had "'"'" '" ""-' Country Club this noon In
rather an easy time with V. II. UiivIh """"r '" "" " ' "' """ "'"
and J. W. V. Ilrewster. taking tho ,lw rbatiRed to a dinner at :15 at
iniUh j)(., ine same place. aooih iweniy local
T ,,r"il... tl.rro learns entered In "bortsinen have been United lo meet
the mixed doubles came toRcthcr last "' vIslthiR cliiiniplniis
l..l,i In ,i,.. n.,,1 was not nearly ' Zealamlla'H time In port
so eloiie an was generally expected.
Mrs. Coulter nnd l' II Cooke proved
the winners over Miss Cooper and I'.
K. Ulcere, the score behiR 10-S. They
will meet Mlis Ward and U II Coul
ter III the Duals.
London, ami his opponent was a line Kreat American champion, and who
Mlifclliirii at ii f Inlirmir flirlitpr 11,, m ,in n,.t l,l, Inuu tl... niiAn .
...I.....I.I la..llll.ln,.ol 111 lllMV .... ." " ."" .""' ' " '"' '""" '""" '"'
.....,,,, ,........ . , - .- ...... uoiiiswuin. ah n ooxer no was almost nlsht for the Inl
.,,.,.., uuiioriun. i linen s niasier. nnn jiick. Willi a pro- KiiRlmitl was a Kld mine for O'llrlen.
The day was one of wildest ru- found contempt for nnythliiR niiRland ,, whpll ,p r,.,,lr)lcl w,th ,,,,, ,
mors and reports that went to mime '" .. s.i. . mm, .... .... iism . ,,,,, j ,,........,,.,
'""" -'"- ". " """ "" :.;....'. ".i. :. rzr :z.r ! .... ,iP. M,n . ., mtner,
AmoiiR the IIiIiirh printed uml report-. .., . ., In coachman's bat and furs, ...irlert i.l...
ed were: . " '. ".' .'..""" """ '" " " " " .1, ,., ....,".. .close the event this week.
...... . i in i i mivi'ii i v inn aril Mir. .1 i ir inn wumt r-niiia iiiitiiiiiiiiiiii. iiii
"That Kred SnodRrass, hu of tho minnt,.-,, Tent lf, wnH thprnuchly re- the iimazemcnt of tho wuiulerliiR I
sharp spikes, had been sliot ami i.a.ny cupernted, nnd, to save Ihe battle, cut crowds,
wounded In New York. HnodRrassI BMBiHMMBwBaniH
went to New York nfter tho gumc wus'
called oft. I
.eataudia'H time In port has
been so uncertain that A I.. Castle, who
has been trying to eiiKlneer the exhi
bition 1111. lilies, has been as far at sen
as the playirs. He will ro out on tbu
pilot b..,it to me. t the tin. r, nml If thero
Is any limine of n miitdi this afternoon
There lire seven more matches to be ' ''' l'Hrl off lit llerctanla about
nliivml III Hin metiM Mlnili4 slv 111 the OlIOCK.
men's doubles and one In the mixed .
doubles. CarryltiR nut the present ""
schediito of four inatcbeH to an even-l'
Iiir. the committee should bo able to '
ti n n
JOHNSON SLOWING UP.
was shot by 11
friend or relative of Frank linker, who
wus cut by him.
'That linker whs In 11 local liospltul
at tho point of dcuth from blood ol
sonlnK. Promptly denied.
"That tho occupants of tho Kastern
Pennsylvania prison hero had rebelled
mid decided to break out iiiiIchs they
were sent to the K.imo when It was
played hero and plncntcd by bclnR
permitted to get the scores by Innings
and by helm? assured that their repu
tations would not endure iiHsoclatlon
Willi the National Commission.
"That Art Wilson, catcher for tho
New York (Hants, had been arrested
for ticket scalpliiR whllo III uniform
after the llrst Riiinn here. Untrue. Man
giving several names arrested. Ono
name was Wilson.
"That no world'M series tickets wero
sent out by mall at all and that tho
postal servlco olllcliils found that every
postal money order sent to tho com
mission had been returned.
"11i.it Harry Davis nrcused HurIiIo
Jennings of helm; 11 traitor In the
American Lcuruo and that he advised
McOniw lo send his men nut to chop
linker's legs up with their spikes.
"Governor Thanks Coombs.
"That John T. Ilrush personally
l.otiRlit Knn.lRrass 11 pair of baseball
shoes with extra long spikes for tho
purpose of cutting Frank Maker's legs.
"That Horace Knglo had decided to
buy Charlie Murphy's share of tho
"That tlovernor K. W. Plalstcd of
Maine thanked Jack Coombs In tho
uaiuo of Maine for beatliiR tho (Hants.
"That C Victory Kaiist, tho Kunsas
hoodoo, Kt III was lonltdcnt that tho
(Hants would win tho series,
"That the statue of Wllllaiii Pent!
on top or tho Philadelphia City Hall
never had climbed down and fallen on
Jack Coombs In an effort to embrace
him and damaged his pitching ivrm
"Worst Managed 8eries.
"Out of tho reck of rumor nnd
scandal one thing remains clear that
It Is tho worst managed and most
scandulnus world's series ever staged
the wonderful playing of the two
teams Is being marred by tho petit lar
ceny methods of those who uro In
charge of tho box olllces. The fact Is
tho graft Is getting too lilg and unless
baseball club owners get busy quick
and clean the Augean stables they will
follow horse racing to sporting purga
HAWAIIAN-F. A. C.
Winners of First and 'Second
Halves Will Start Play
Klnal arrangements for tho cham
pionship series between the Hiivvnlls,
winners of the llrst half of tho Onliu
Henlor IJ.ischall League season, and the
Portuguese, who cupped tho second part
of tho pennant race, will bo ma. to nt
11 meeting of the league scheduled for
It Is probable that the series of two
out of three games will he started Hun
day next, November 12. The funs
seem to demand the usual double-head-
so us 11 curtain-raiser guinea be
tween Junior League leaders nltlprob
ahlv he put oil. Heretofore It has been
Iho custom to let Ihe other Senior
League clubs buttle It out before the
championship games, but It Is believed
this year that with the Aalas nnd Pu
lamas making such a great light for the
right to meet the Asuhls for the Junior
Hug, games between these teams would
bo of more general Interest.
BILLIARD MATCH ON
handicap billiard match has .11-
been nrrnngfd between W. O,
Franklin, 11 well-known local plnicr
who ut one time held the Coast' chain
plnnnhlp, and F M, Frlesell. playing 100
points to the other's string of 37S ut
The mutch will start at 8 o'clock nt
tho Y M. C A. hall. There Is consld
erublo Interest In the result manifested
among the cuo sharps here, nnd tho
chances are that the tahlo will be well
MYRTLE AND HEALANI
SENIORS WON'T MEET
The senior crews of the Msrtle nnd
Henlunl clubs will not meet this year.
This Information came In the form of
it rommunlcullon received yesterday by ,
the Ilealanl olllcluls, and stating tlmt
the Myrtle club had decided to with-1
draw Its senior crew. The Junior race
between tho rival crews will be rowed
Thanksgiving Day, as originally sched-j
Sunday school attendance Is report
ed as "picking up" n little, as Is usual
at this particular time of year.
Rome ill If t movements nro like 1111
elevator they let you down again
Jack Joluixon Is going bark lit
11 rapid rate; In fuel, bo has
slowed down to such a degreo
that he Iiuh practically divided
to quit the ring, and has can
celed his trip to Australln
Thls Is the Information Im
parled by Marty Culler, tho
champion's sparring partner, on
Ills arrival frnnr Hilglnnd a
short time ano Unless John
son can get some big purses In
New York for battles with white
hopes, be will retire.
"Johnson has been training
hard In KiiRlatid ."Cutler said,
"hut he has Just naturally slow
ed 11 p."
A girl Is always sure her Intent
Invn Is tho rent thing.
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Football eutliiiBlasts held a meeting
last nlRbt nl tho Y. M C. A The
gathering was called to boost the In
tercollegiate Riimu locally, und In this
It wns entirely successful, us a com
mittee wiih appointed to perfect ur-
ruiigemeutH for a short sche.liilo and'
ascertain what teams will take tho
Held. Another meeting M be held In
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uij iicai iiiiuie, an. 1 ..mi. I'nii.n .,..-feeted
Ifiinln rlumner, O. W Dyson and Will
Hchumun wero the three men chosen to
stnrt tlm ball splrallng. They will look
up available material, secure grounds
and llnil nut Just how the sporting
community stands on the subject of
There will bo ono team componed en
tirely of Y. M. C. A. members, although
It will not play ns nn olllclal tenni of
the association, and another team will
bo rounded up from old school nnd
college players. Dames will probably
bo played on Thanksgiving nnd Christ
mas pay, nnd If possible will bo nr
ranged with tho tenuis from tho ships
of tho Pacific lleet
An expenditure ()f 11,158,929.22 Is
culled for at Yulo university tho com
ing year according to the budget sub
mitted to the regular meeting nf tho
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it is the best tonic you can
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