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THEY PLAY GOOD BALL IN HAVANA
S T 7 I tings were different from what one Is
IT fV i . nL a. a H accustomed to In tin? Htntcs, what I
f Va ( gume, especially the llnnnclat end nf
I tin . II II um fltnn nnil la still til Kfltllu tvtetlt
I believe. In n very primitive stntc, the
teiim being In no organised league nnil
every Kaine liclnx on exhibition affair.
lliiuever, plnyer nnil fans took them
selves so seriously, anil were so Intent
mi winning, that' Interest was kept up
throughout tile season.
Almcndare I'ark, hprcnll the games
arc played. Is on the outskirts of Ha
vann, almost In the shadow of old
I'rlnclpe Castle. There the Cubans
gntlur every Hundny, and so popular
has the game liecome that the hull
ring Is deserted, much to the disgust
of the ultrn-Hpnnlsh faction, who de
test the Amerlrans and everything sa
wiring of the United States. The fl
nances of liaseball in Havana are con
ducted In n manner that Is s'lmullclty
iui.il is rainy spotted on tlie tiasc- ,,, The ,nannBer of Alinemlnreh
lull map now A few years rku half j,arkf whcll , tne OMj. nelil In tho
the fans In "little old New York" knew I neighborhood of Havana with regularly
of the Island only through thu medium ,.,,10ll stands and hleechors, manages
or cigar nanus, mm me otiicriiairwoiiiu , ,,, ,u,nnl)l details of the games,
nave scouted tlie men or any team or ntniiilliK the expenses of udvertlslng,
I'uiiiin lull pl.ijers loaning more than ,... . i.., n,u i, ikes
BARNES WINS OUT
one itKiiillif 111 for thu (Hants. Yet lart
cent of the gros receipts. Then the
week McOraWH neat-champs were rolnnnnK 75 pPr cent. Is divided ho
iroiinceii to lliu tune or :i to 1 ny tlie
Allncndures, the crack Cuban club. In
the llrst gume of a series., The Cu
ban are so chesty 'about their base
ball that they lire going to challenge.
the Athletics for thu world's championship.
That they play good I Mil li. Tl.'ivnnn
was brought to the attention of the
Auifrlciin sporting public two years
ago, when the best the world's cham
pion 1 trolls could get was an even
I saw 11 ball game In Hnvann soma
three years ago, and while all the set-
tween thn players of the contesting
teams on n winner nnil loier basis, thu
victors drawing down CO and the losers
40 per cent. Hceuiisc. of this arrange
ment It Is to the direct advantage of
every player to popularize the game by
putting up the best brand of ball pos
sible. This method of cutting the gate re
ceipts between the players leads to thu
suspicion that they would occaslomllyi . .,
' ,'.. i .....' "Wit
irnme up gimiet iu snfiuiii iinnr,!, 1 ', .
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lllllluiiKii 1 nuwituuni u ,.." 1 w, ,.-i
vana fans closely on this subject, I dldl
not near or a singin insinnce 01 11 game
that looked suspicious..
Defeats Sinclair In Finals of
Manoa Club's Arc Light
As predicted In the sporting columns
of thu II 11 1 let In seeral days ago,
J. II. lljrnes showed the real class of
the Ma lion Club's electric light tour
nament by winning the open singles,
l.nst night he mslly nicuunted for Rob
ert Sinclair, C-0. G-2, In n match which
was 11 trlllu more Interesting than the
score Indicates. Dames, besides being
a pretty good tennis player, has the rue
ulty of concentration, unit never fools
nwuy his chalices. He Is out to will
every point, and this drops more games
on his side of the net than f.ilt to the
general run of players
Sinclair and Jack Clunril won the
doubles defeating Nlckelsen and Olbb,
In the mixed doubles Mrs. Coulter
and Clarence Cooke beat Miss Ward
and O. W. Anderson, 0-3, G-4.
Kor thu IIiijI matches the system of
Iscorlng In cogue throughout the tour
nament was nUintloued, and Instead of
calling ten games 11 match with nine
all as deuce, two out of three sets were
The prizes, not only for the topr
tinmen! Jut closed, but aim for the
club championship and club handicap
run off recently, were presented last
About 250 persons watched the
HOW AMERICAN TENNIS PLAYERS
WILL BE RANKED THIS SEASON
BOXING BEVELOPS SELF : RELIANLt
Thit.ii tho third of a series of short talks on boxing, set down for Bul
letin readers by W. K. 8ixsmith, the well-known authority who Is now au
thorized boxing instructor for the United States army. Th. next article will.
v n n
H. L. D0HERTY WILL
RETURN TO TENNIS
IF AMERICA WINS
M. D. Whitman Also Roady to
"Come Back" Next Year
"Little Do"England's Best,
According to Uistcrn report. II I.
Doherty, thu 11101 famous Hugllsh
j player who ever Used, has promised to
-j j Igei oacit ioio nani;."- 11 ,iiiriu r,,-
1 training will be oT' tliejrrintent Value. cfedVln'regiilniugHie Datls CllpTTWn-
HoKlnk Is compulsory In the schools. tu him In that his nntlirnlty henlthy erty was the main factor In the Hug
The authorities of the schools have 'what
All the Important Eastern tourna
ments of 1911 have been completed
Kastcru fans therefore consider that
the tennis year Is closed, and hnvlng
worn threadbare all tho different
points which have come tip In the
discussion of the Davis cup team,
they nro now turning their attention
to the olltclal ranking of American
Kncli year tit this season the United
States Lawn Tennis Association ap
points a committee of three men, who
Rather the records of nil the good
players who tnku part in the Knsterit
tournaments, nnil, throwing out those
who linve not entered at leust tlireo
events, proceed to list the remainder
in what seems to them the order of
merit from 1 to 100.
Such n list cannot be mmle exact
The range of ground coered Is so
great mid the points of contact be
tween many of the sections mi fun
that the exact mamllng of the dilfer
ent players cannot possibly lm round.
How First Ten Stunil.
This year the consensus of opinion
among Eastern tennis writers appears
lo be that the ranking will run about
ns follows: l-irncd, No. 1; .Mclaugh
lin, No. 2; Untidy, No. :i; Toiicluird,
No. 4; l.ong, No. fi; Pell, No. li; Nlles,
No. 7; Karl llehr. No. S; li I'. I.irncd,
No. '.), and (inrilncr, No. Iu.
The llrst leu of the list ran be fig
ured, after tlie season hail closed,
pretty accurately by any mm who
chooses lo study the records, -Hid tlie
next llfteeu can be selected with some
degree of cetlnlnty After that the
list must coiilnlii many luacciirncies
i:cn In the llrst ten eriors must
be made occasionally, nud tin so In-
larlnbly bring forth u storm of pro
tests from the Injuied ones and their
admirers. Still tho work in the main
Is tiiutally well done, and the posses
sion of a place anywhere 011 the list
Is considered one of the most Valu
able tenuis honors. A position In tlie
first ten is particularly deslnii. lie-
tweeli them and thu others Is "a gie.it
appear on this page tomorrow.
BY, WILLIAM K. 8IX8MITH.
cnndltlun readily broadens the fcopeof Hsli win when they captured the trophy
he call nb-orb ln the way of(ln 11(03 from America
found that It Is thu foundation for tea study, and makes him eager to dig Into
development of thu ITngllsli 'matters that the physically undeveloped
III their belief n boy call not 'youth would shirk, believing It to bo
bo rounded out, for inuphood unless his .too hard n task
physical being Isas well looked after iih I llnxliig quickens the eye, und tho
his mental being. Kor IJils reason the youth who has learned oven the rudl
lOngllsh schoolboy must learn to box. intents of thu science gous'nt everything
Hut It Is not iilnuu the llrltlsli who, with a lighter step. This training he
have made this discovery. In America puts to good ndvantugo In everything
boxing Is now recognized as thu great -'be may take up through life. When a
est athletic exercise that will develop boy call stay on Ills feet and yet bring
the entire' body and build up the buy all of his muscles Into play without
so that lie has every assurance of be- losing his balance ns un untrained boy
coining a fiilly-de eloped man. would do. he Is carrlng n cnntlnuniit
lloxlng gives to the boy 11 great deal policy against accidents. It also means
of conlldence self-reliance, you might that when he Is In a tight position jie
call It for when he has learned to box wilt be III shape to take care of him
he knows pretty accurately Just what self, The fact that clean, sportsman
hls powers are. Not only that, It is like boxing quickens the' eye anil that
ubo something that will make 1 1 1 lit con- all parts of the body, mid especially
trol Ids temper. That Is, he will not thu mrvnits system, will rcndlly re
take ml vantage of n weaker adversary spond to nil emergency call. Is some
as he might diidld lie not know his own thing that should be borne In mind by
powers. In the schools hh physical every parent .laving, a boy to bring up.
The Caster that never refuses to turn
for all purposes, but especially for
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TY COBB ONLY TWO A"
POINTS, FROM RECORD
Palling short two points of equaling
KAM STUDENTS LIKE
The football teumi which nro to play
on Thanksgiving l)uy are doing some Uijoln's record of .422, made while n
hard Work at present Hvcrj thing bus member of the Philadelphia. Club In
been settled for vthe game, and thu boys jaoll TyruH Cobb of Detroit topped
aru all nnxlmii for thu day to come. ti, jjh American league batters for
There Is much rivalry between the thu fourth successive ycur wltU ,420,
teams, mid the game will no doubt be according to official averages an
a hotly-contested one. I nounced recently by President Jolni
Munohn's eleven is being coached son of the American League,
dally- by Knmnloplll, nnil there Is u
ruinur going around that ho will be
seen no thu team on the da) of thu
match. Tlie lineups will bu known III
u few days. 1
Much Interest Is being tnken In the
tenuis, and from thu present outlook
Munohn's eleven has thn Inside chance.
Although some of the players on thu
team urn pew to thu game, they nro
learning thu lino points fast. Iu weight
Munohn'H eleven averages fifteen pounds
over their opponents.
Noah und Oodfrey are lint worrying
ovir the reported strength of their op
pom tits. Their lino is nomewhut weak,
however, and there Is talk among the
students that It will not be strong
enough to hold Manolm's llnp.
Until teams are out every afternoon
SIIA'A To Mr. iiml Mrs, A. C. Bllvn,
nt their home, Wilheliiilim Itlse, Kul-
imikl, Nov. 13, 1911, n boy,
Joseph H. Banlger, 11 I.os Angeles
ostiopalh. was sentenced to ten years
In San Queiitln I'rUon on a clinrgo of
Second to Cobb is Joe Juckson of
Cleeliinil, whoso average Is ,40$.
Juckhon played Iu 147 guinea, while
Cobb took part In one gume less,
Napoleon Iijolo of Cleveland, who
gave uonu Hiicn u close race lor pat'
ting honors In 1910, bus un,iyeruku
of .36!. Iust year Cobb finished with
ah uvvruge of .385 and Lajolo with
Tho world's championship, Phlladn-
piilu uiuu nag seven men 111 the se
lect .300 class, Collins leading with
un average of ,3Gu: Lupu hit .3r,3;
Ilaker, homo run hero of the world's
series, .334; Murphy, .329;, Mclunes,
.iii; uoonius, ji-j, una'i-oru, !"
Detroit had four men hitting above
.300, .including Cobb. Crawford Is
fourth among the league batters, with
an average of .378, while belehunty
made. .339. Gulnor has an aver a go
In club butting Philadelphia lends
with .297, with Detroit secoud at .291
and Cleveland third with .282. Cobb
also Is champion nt home-run hit
ting, having eight to his credit, while
Jackson of Cleveland and Cruwfoid
of Detroit lire tied for second with
seven each, Cobb's nearest rival In
busu-sleulliig wan Milan of Washing
ton. He stole 58, while Cobb got 83.
At tlie time ho bent V A Irned
and It. !. Wrenn In the single., and
with his brother. It. V Doherty, won
the doubles match from It, D. and (1. I,
Little Do," ns be Is familiarly call
ed by the tenuis fans of (treat llrltaln,
has been out of the game since 1900,
111 tUOS he plucd In sexeral tourna
ments, but without serious preparation
and whs defeated twice.
In lflO he entered the West of Kng-
hind championship, nnd won It after
two weeks' hard practise, defeating-
strong set of players. Ills riturn td
the game will mean 11 great Increase
of Interest throughout (treat llrltaln.
To orlset this Dugllsh gain In play
ing strength, It may be stated .that
Malcolm D, Whitman, American chain
plon ISM, 189!) and 1900, announced at
tho dinner given In New York to the
Kugllsli International team that 1 he
would next ear play at Southampton
Just before the Newport tourney, and
would probably once more strive for
Whitman has played no serloui ten
nls since 1901, but has kept In good
practise right along, and Is Mild to be
us gooil as ever. Many of the oldtlm
ers contend that he Is the greatest
plajer America has ever produced.
CRAVATH MAKES 28 HOME RUftS.
Left Fielder Crnvatli of thu twice
champion Minneapolis team of jUio
American Association, batted twenty
eight home runs during thu season,
which Is thu best murk of the year In
uny of the baseball organizations,
n It 8
The Metropolitan Ilowlng Club of
New York City, wIiubo clubhouse wt
one of the half-dozen wiped out I
lire this spring, will rebuild on the
site n $20,000 structure, modern In all
details, including a gymnasium, bil
liard hall, reading room und handball
Perkins' 1912 Art Calendars make
the mot. I. appropriate holiday remem
the players who nro In line for future
Cullfornlatis nre luuih inoro Inter
ested In this division than In any
other l'i to 1S99 California hud only
had three players who readied this
height T Hubbard In 1.S93, Carl Noel
III 1902 and A. i: Hell In I90G. Cali
fornia players did not enter the Kant
cm tournaments, so could not be
in 1910, limviner. California held
(He places out of the ten. Thomas
Untidy ranked No 2, Muurlrn Mc
laughlin No. I, Melville H. l.ong No.
fi, (liistiue Touchurd No 7 nud Carle
ton (larilner No 10.
This list does not Include lleuls C.
Wright, who is one of the Davis cup
team nud who Iu admittedly one of
the best plujcrs of the (oiintry, for
(he reason that he played In only one
tournament during tho season.
.Mcl.oiifhlln Sure Second.
1 lantern experts, nlso, nro a unit In
figuring that Maurice Mclaughlin of
Sail Francisco has the best chance of
ultimately capturing the national
championship, now held by W. A.
III doublet the team securing No. 1
position must be Custiive Touchnrd
nud it. 1). Little, as they captured tho
championship title from Hacked nnd
Alexander at Newport The selection
of the next nine teams Is eeu more
dllllciilt than the choice or singles
It would reem that the new doubles
champions, Toiicli.ird nud Little, nre
not to hae as peaceful 11 reign ns
their predecessors, llaikett and Alex
ander, who held an uninterrupted suc
cession of victories for a long time
nfler they secured the tllle.
In September tho Nassau Country
Club held nil Invitation doubles tour
ney nt (lien Cue, ling Island, and
Touchnrd nnd Utile contested the llnal
match against Curl Cardncr of Ban
Trunclsc and Karl llehr. Gardner nnd
llehr captured the llrst place In one
of the best doubles matches of the
gulf Ixcd," and they contain usually season by scores of C 4, 7 li.
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' Tomorrow afternoon the annual mil
itary Held day sports between athletes
of tho color tenuis will be held at the
Kiimehamehu Schools. ijeveral new
stunts are un the program, Including a
centipede race und a relay race for
boys In uniform, cany log u message
Following are the rules governing the
I. Tug of war Thirty boys oil each
color team and one captain. To pull
opponents four feet wins. No holes
inuy bu dug. Thrie heats. Flrstplace,
17 points; second, 3 points.
2. Hgg race Threu entries from each
color, alt to bu from the small half of
Company C To curry hnuls ball In a
spoon 100 yards. To touch lull or oth
er boy dlsipialllles Points: First, G;
second, 3; third, 1.
3. Vault Jump and kicking soccer
bnll -fine entry In each from each color.
No boy may enter two of these events.
First place In each event gets threu
4. Throwing baseball First teams
taken from any grade; 0110 entry from
ench color. Hecond teams from tlflh or
sixth grades only, und third tenuis from
the fnurtli grade. F.acli boy gets tlinu
throws. Winner of llrst team gets six
points! second, I; third, 4.
B. Centipede nice First lentil from
each color, large boys, nnd the second
teams composed of small boys, Rich
team will have n light pole ten fei t
long The eight bos on ench team
straddle this pole, clasping It In front
with liunds. Ilnth bunds must remain
oh thu pole. The race will bu 100 yards,
The entire team must cross Ihu tlnlsli,
Thu three teams uf small boys will run
their race llrst, and thu same poles will
be, used for the large boys Wlnuirs of
the llfM race get six points; second
race. 8 points.
, Delay race .100 yards; four boys
un 11 team. Curb color to have ona
team, Ituce between soccer posts on
campus, Ducli team will carry a gov
ernment envilope. The complete khaki
uniform with belt, bayonet, cartridge
box, cap and rlllo will be worn In this
race Winning tenia gets twelve points;
second place gets three points
7 Tug-of-war Thirty men on each
team Winners to pull four feit uiwiy
jfrom starting point.
I No running shoes will bu worn In any
of theso events. Hoys m.iy go b.ire-
' footed If they wish,
11 Olllclnls will be announced later
a n n
' Among Hasteni colleges and tinker-
, diiicb piiiyuig luciuase, uiiuuua s na
tional gume, are Johns Hopkins,
Annapolis, Cornell, Harvard. Carlisle
Indians, Stevens, Snnrthmoro and'
MORE THAN 30 YALE
. - PLAYERS-INJURED
NKV HAVKN. Conn. Nov 2 Tlie
contention that pieseut-day football Is
us proline, us the obsolete game Iu pro
ducing minor Injuries Is apparently
borne out by the long lll of Injuries
which have befallen Yule players this
year .More than thirty members of the
sipind have been lucnp.icltnted nnd out
of practise at various times this sea
Mill, lm hiding Captain Howe nud about
half of the slur men of the llrst eleven.
The list Is longer than that experienced
by any other eolhge, but thu others
have had n share of Injuries.
Three of Harvaid'H best men liuvo
had ii long hospital record this fall, mid
West Point, Itrown, Cornell and Car
lisle nre other sulTirers
A notable case of Immunity from
hurts was Ted Co), the ex-Yule captain,
who. ns Trainer Johnny Mink sas.
never got hurt "
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