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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911.
BULLETIN'S SPORTS-BREEZIEST AND BEST
INTERNATIONAL POLO MATCH
POPULARIZED THE GAME HERE
On ion Dins noliif ir not, tile your-ito put It mildly, nnil thoso who lmo
oiir ni tit nil, ii Hum), four-tcKKed, timid MrunltS rtgurdlng tho safety of Til
.,,.(.. ,i I.. .. i... I.,) nml e.l In thu'thelr arms mi, I lens, not In mention Blilp gume of tliu colur series was
,., In,-kit. ncv.r make good pliycis played on tlio Kmii Field, when the
' No nun ran eonshhr lilms.lf up to lioo,l riding 14 tlio absolute requlsllo "rat trams of tho nines and Whites-,
ilal. In the world of sport who does not ror polo, In iiddltlun uluiiidiiiit nerve struggled for the hoiiara of tho sea-
IAUITPC VUIM CIMAI
BALL GAME FROM
BLUES AT KAM, 4-2
field Day November 25 Only
tvent Remaining Un Uolor
Thursday nftcrnoon tho champion-
play iiuil tint lug are tHMiitl.il, for vvnoii oigin "'"
They pl.iy polo In Honolulu, mid good noises marge at nroaitiiccit neo i"n
polo ut that, hut they don't playju small, white ball the resulting mliup
iniMiKli polo The Hii-cnllid local polo l liable to xplll the best of riders,
pinion cxtinds otr only a few sum
ni) r month, nml for thu rest of the
jciir ponies nml men are Idle". This ap
plies particularly to civilian players,
the inMilry tunas btlng morn regular
In tlnir pl.iy. Whut HiiiMillnii polo
iikiIn now Is recruits,
When Harry I'ayne Whitney and his
mutes wiped up the turf with thu team
fioin "dinr old Kiiglnnd" ut Meudow
brnok hint June polo at last t'auio Into
No loiiKcr Ik the game tho exclusive
pleasure of the rlth K intern mllllonnlru
nml plnjtd only ut country clubs. The
Impttus given by un International
match bus svvtpt polo Into n itlon-wjde
popularity; een to small hamlets and
riniole sections the feer has spread.
Thin Biiilileu popularity Iiiik been nc
coiupaiilid, however, by Homo queer
iiioillllcatloui III the game, l'or In
Htuiiie, ner In lmlliina, being shy the
neeessnry p.iraphernnlln, Home new en
IhiiiliHtH emploed troipnt bullH and
iniillits, while "doivii III Texas on the
lllo Crnmle" a luiucli of tow -punt hern
wire illsioiereil driving a baseball
across the plains with tho limbs of
Winter renort ninnnRerH, ever nlert
for the neiyest fad, arc advertising polo
IbhlH along with golf grounds an a bait
for (he Idle tourist.
Army Boosts Game.
Probably tho most potent Inlluencnln
popularising the game has been the
llnllnl States urmy. At all the cavalry
postn each icglmcnt Ii.ih Un crutk team,
and polo tournaments arc the sporting
anil soilnl events of thlefest Interest
Polo In no gamo for the mollj coddle
or the tenderfoot, and the man whose
niuentrlaii oxptrlenco Is conllned to a
dally canter In the park had bent be
The game started at 4 MR o'clock.
and tlio wlioli) student body turned -i
out to seo tho deciding game. It ...
MthmiKli horfes are trained In varl- "r 7' ",'" "" " '"" ..
" " l ...1,1-1, l.n Ulitnti Witfa iffiUrtlnil nfturl t
..... Parts of the country, tho bos. ,.nta , throe-fourths of tho way. by." .
ponlen In ricent earH nro acknowl- Ue B(,re of 4.2 ' '
c..g... . nave t.iino iron, we . w Kamaloplll. who twirled for the
Thin In due to tho moro thorough' ,.,,,, gm)c, ba dllr,nB '
training ....if nl. to the actual expt- imH ()f th(j gnlo an, g)t rl(1'
rlence In playing given tntl. pony, ns ()f ,s ,,,,,,,,, ,iuck fusliloii. I
will an in tlio rnei tiiui in u ureal rai- Th , g,nrt,i ... ,.. r nK'
by crossing one man oer tho plate
? 'i ! $ !' '?' i" J S '$ 'V 5
O, QOTHAMI s-
New York In n, city of gold, we
opine, t '
Of inotorn and niibwnya and ev-
erythlnit flie; $
They've wondjrful olllces built
up no l'llglt ''
Tlint hlngen nrc used for the
moon to got by; i
Now all of these wondern to lift "
and to rlgljt .
Seem rather amiss with a horse
cur In slghCi ?
Hut motors and subways ami "s
borne cars and all
They inunt come to I'hllly to
lenrn to piny ball
WORLD'S TOUR BY
PLANNED FOR 1912
Comiskey and McAleer to Lead
White Sox and All-Stais
Honolulu inuy n.e some major league
bull next year
..rtiJrt. 4 i
tie tountrj' theie Is abundant matrlal
from which to pick promising1 joung-
ntirs Tho speed, agility and stamina
liiherlttd from generations of cow po
nies are alno valuable usnets.
Best Ponies From Texss.
Midland, Tex, on the edge of the
gnat staked plains, has become recog
11I711I ns a great source of supply for
hlglftlusn ponies, Here ure not only
ram lies win re ponies are bred and
trained, but also polo llelda where a
nuinbtr of good teams constantly play.
Henry M llalff, n capitalist, has nil ex
tensive establishment at Midland,
wlur.i he raises and trains ponies for
the IListtru market. He Is nlmi an ex
pert plucr anil an enthusiast In nil
that pertains to polo.
Many ponies of International repu
tation have 1 nine from the llulff runch,
his ponies being shipped over the
world Two ponies trained at Mid
land. White flock and Klngllshcr, play
ed In the Internattortal match at Mead
ow brook lant June. Hoth acquitted
IheniMlves nobly, the Iiistem experts
declaring White Hock the greatest polo
pony In the world.
Home ponies have a natural uptltudo
for tho game, while others apparently
lilted In cvtry way never pay for tluir
training The best horses are often
surpilKes to their owners. Ur J. A
IMiiiiinds, a noted polo udge, once
bought n horso from Is'tween the shafts
of a milk vvngon on the streets of 1,0s.
. ... ... ....
SECOND GAME OF
In tho II 1st Inning. Kamaloplll wus
the lad who did the trick. He made
a good cholcp of Noah's curves and
sent It to deep center for n three
bagger, and was sent homo soon after
In the second Noah was touched for
two lilts, and this time Spencer
scored, making It read -0 in favor
..r ,1... llli.ui Ttm Wltltoa frilled In
mid Kamaioi.iii's turves until the Portuguese and Hawaiis Hook
fifth frame, when Kenhiniil Htarien
things going by picking a nice one oh
"l)uko" for 11 home run. J. Kauhl
came to bat nel and landed another
I,,... ..rl,t fl.,1.1 utile), netted him
three bases, and was m.oi. sent home I" defeat by the llnwnlls last Sun
on a hit by Shlpmnn. The store waB day. and now completely re.overe.1
The Whites, netled two more runs
In the sixth, which cinched tho gnmo
and the championship.
W, Kamaloplll allowed four lilts
and two bases on balls, and struck
out live. B. Noah struck out four and
i:. 0. llartlett and J. I.. Hopwood
umpired tho game tu thu satisfaction
The big track meet will bo held
Un In Game for Senior
Smarting from the stlug of their S
on Saturday afternoon, November 'J.'.l
when the color touinH will strive lor
thu chaiuploiishlp of tho tratk meet.
;. : ,; .: i v ' ' 4' '5 y
FOOTBALL BATTLE ON.
wnre Its fascinations. The. game Is Angeles, paying for lilm only sat), lne
strenuous, at times even delirious, nndlsaine animal afterward brought J!000
ficMiiently bloody. It In n rough gamo, 111 tho l.istcrn nolo inurKct.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON PRACTICALLY CONVICTED
OF HAVING INSULTED WOMAN; LOSES ASSAULT CASE
NIIW YOHK, Nov. n Honker T. rich said. "Ho saw 1110 mid lert and
Washington, tlio negro educator oi walked toward Hlghth avenue. Ho
Tuskogec, failed to obfilu sutUfae
tlou at law today for tho betting which
ho received at the lmnds of Henry A.
Ulrlrli, a whUo man, on Sunday even
ing, March 10. Ulilch was aciiilttei!
la thu court of npeclal sessions this
iifteimioii of thu charge of nssaull
'vhlcli WushliiRton pieferied against
ATlcr the right, which Btarted In the
vistlhule of un apartment house
wheio Ulrlch lived at II ',4 Kust SKt
thlul sheet. Washington laid at the
hospital several days.
Ulilch testified ho found Washing
ton peeking Into tho sovhole of his
apailment and also the one opposite,
and that Washington struck tho first
Mis. I.aurn Alvarez, with whom Ul
rich boarded, swore that when she
pissed Washington ho said to hi r,
Denies He Pecked.
Washington's glory on llin stand to
day was tho samo explanation he of
teied at tho tlmo of tlio allele itlon
Ho svvoio (lint he was not peeking
into uny keyholes,' that lib was only
looking ut the door plates In nil eltort
In llnd a family with whom ho iiudei
i.IihuI a r. lend was slaying, ami deuitd
that ho had spoken to Mrs, Alvaiei
After Ulrlch left Hie court ho wa
arrest el again, charged with being !
fugitive from Now Jersey, vvliuio an
Indictment, has been found clrirgiug
liiui with deserting his wife.
lint). Ult Ich and Washington loll
their stmies on tho Maud,
"I 111 st saw Washington peeking
thiough tho kujholo of my door," Ul-
walked up and down tho street, and
after 10 minutes ho came Inek, walk
ed by a neighboring upirtnient win
dow and slooped to look h?nnith tho
Says Negro Struck First.
"I opened thu vestibule door and
hurst In upon him ind shouted:
'Whut aie joii doing here?' He shuck
me In tho fate and then wo fought.
Ho asked me to lot it drop. Washing
ton said: 'I know I have done wiuug;
let 1110 go.' While wo were lighting he
struck his head against a tlio hy
drant." Mrs. I.aura Alvarez testified: "When
I went out the night of Mn.t'li lit to
take out my dog I found Washington
crouching dovvu la front of a neigh
bor's apartment, iicekiug thiough tho
keyhole. I came upon him so suden
ly that ho had no time to straighten
up, and 1 almost fell over him. Ho
got up, flustered, and limrle.l out."
Utter, shu said she saw Washing
ton near llroadwny.
Accoated Her, She Says.
"Ho followed mo down to tho
house," went on Mis. Alvarez. "I was
filghlened. I inn past him."
"What did Washington say to you?"
"lie Buld: 'Hello, sweetheart."'
"What did ou do Mien J"
"I ran Into tho house and told 111
ilth who went Into the hall, und I saw
Washington slrlku at him."
College of Hawaii and Mc-
j Klnley Hlgli are settling the
t tpiestlon of gridiron supremacy
i- nils nrtPrnorm by the simple ex-
? pedlent of uttual tilul. The
gamo Is In progress nt the Mo-
S' llllll lb Id, being scheduled to
; start at 3:30. The olllclals are:
' Dpsiiu, referee: Hopwood, uin-
v plrt", Dyson, Held Judge.
Three weeks ugn Hawaii
wiped Mcltlidey right off tho
Held to the tlmo of SI to 0 ltoth
v teams have been beaten by lu-
iiaboii. Last weik Hawaii gut
an awful drubbing from Oahu,
ami the team hasn't been show
ing well In practise this hint
week. High, 01. the other bund,
! has made great Improvement.
On these figures It looks us
though tho game would be much
closer than the llrst meeting,
with victory possible for either
if $ .$ J J ... ? ? ' 4 ' ? 4 !
DANES THROW EGGS WHEN
COOK TRIES TO SPEAK
COl'rjNllAClHN. Oct 24 Dr. Fred
trlck A Cook's theatrical attempt lo
ulghl to vindicate his reputation by n
letture In the hnll where two years
ago he addicHHcd the nival family and
some of the most prominent people of
Denmark oil the occasion of his trl
uniphul entrance Into the capital, re
sulted In extremely rlutous scenes.
Dr Cook tlnally was tompilled to
retire Inglorlously by the back door
Klfteen hundred persons assembled
In tho hull tonight and 11 great crowd
oiitshlH assailed Dr. Cook with a roar
The north nolo Is cold and distant. ' Insulting cries lie was escor.eii oy
llelng a good fellow has tost many police, howevtr, and no violence vvns
a uood Job. .attempted.
.,... ,... ..,,, ,., 1 J The meeting wns turbulent. A small
tlio Mini nui iu pt-hiij mi win rvuiu in
with a I"li bill fraction of the audlenco supported Dr
" 'Cook and applauded his efforts. Oth-
irs hlsned contluiially, with the result
lliut tho two sides almost cumo to
Norman Nansen, the Danish explor
er, who formerly supported Cook, start
ed the trouble by loudly denounchn;
Cook us 11 swindler. Tim climax was
reached when an alleged plcturo of the
north polo was tlnoun upon the screen.
Cook slopped his lecture and withdrew.
On tho return trip to the hotel,
Cook's rarrlago was bombarded with
eggs and apples. A police guard vvns
stationed In tho hotel tonight.
from the bad effects of (he Maui trip,
the Portuguese bull plavem ure out
win tomorrow's game. A I'. A c win
will mean that both teams have an
even break for the leiiKiie tliuuuilon-
ship In the post-seanon series now In
progress. Another win for the Ha
walls munis that that team will have
two legs on the three-hi-llve series,
mid a llrm hold on the pennant l'or
this reason both teams 11111 be counted
on to produce Hie v.ry ll brand of
ball that's In them.
r'reltas, acknowledged to lie the head
iest pitcher III the Senior I.iague, will
do the twirling for the Portuguese, lit
is In good shape again, ami If rnull-
,s,dence could win ball games, rreltas
,.,lwould have tomorrow's uffalr nil tied
jJup and reudy to take home, pller,
- .. -.. .. --..,
nnotlier ur the injured in ma .Main
canipalgn, has tlie,-uof. Ills- wrist
again and should give it good nccouiit
of himself at thu Initial corner
Tho HitwiilK after a bad slump to
ward the end of the 'season, are cor-
respondlng! tucoiiraged by their win
In the llrst game. They have n nuin
btr of oldtlme plajirs In their ranks,
and this should serve to keep the bal
loon from going up In tight places.
Hardee, the speidy port-side tllnger,
will nlllclate, Willi Itaplmel. formerly of
the fnst Columbia Park Hoys' Club
team, at the receiving end of tho bat
tery. The Hawnlls have somo brnud
new uniforms, and 110 matter what
their batters do, their stilts are sure to
make a lilt !
The hlir game will be called at .1:30. R
but, ns usual, Hiiro will be a curtain-
raiser In the form of a Junior League
game The Asiihls and Muhoeks will
start the llreuorks at 1:30 shnrp. This
will be 11 case of the East against the
Knst, for the Asiihls are a purely Jap- ?
anese team, while Hip Muhoeks are an
all-Chinese UEirrecntlnn. The former '5.
team hns not been together for four '
years, and phiva really good ball. The !
latter bus been much Improved re
cently under the coaching of V.n Sue,
the veteran plover There Is a lot ut A'
l'lalis for a world tour for tho Chi
cago American l.tuguo teum and u
ttnin of nil-stars made up from play
.rs of the two big Ungues are under
consult ration by President Charles A
Comiskey of the White Sox and Jimmy
McAleer, the new bend of the lloston
Ited Sox nml recent malinger of the
(I The trip will be nliirted one year
-'. from now. un soon un the Ills senon
j , closes, and the tour will take lit all the
countries of the world, ami will be even
more tompleto than the famous tour
that Adrian C Anson and his followers
made two d, cades ago
McAleer in Charge.
Jltniuy McAleer already has signified
his willingness to take charge of the
nil-star team, while the "Old llomiin"
himself will be at Hie head of the Sox
Thin ban been one of the ambitions
of Comlke's life lie has talked of
taking bin teum on foreign exhibitions
before, but be bus never uumiumed Ids
Intention as dcclslvel) us be lias this
The gnatesl luttrest that Is belny
shown In our national gume In oth.i
louiitrles nt tho pres lit lime makes
such a trip feasible at Hie present time,
and It would do Hie game a lot of
good, aciordlug to the figuring of Hie
inagn.it. s The trip would not be un
dertaken as 11 money-making proiH.nl
tlt.il. but If Hie expenses of the tour
can be paid from the receipts It will be
as ninth an would be expetted.
In ordir to start such an extensive
lrli It In ti.tessary to tnuku plans far
enough In advance si. lint nil of the
plajeri that go along will hnve time to
slijipe their affairs In be away for the
six months between the two baselmll
s. .irons. The .tart will be ininle be
fore the last of Oitnhcr. 1 '- I -'. and tho
return will be plaumd for April. I'.'IS,
The pluvern that go on the trip will
not netd to put In any time In train
ing for thu siasoii of 1313, for they will
not bo out of condition nil winter.
Not more llian Iwtnty-llvo men will
be taken along oil the tvvi.JcJjnsThli
will give a' change of plfchersnhd"S
change of cat. hers, but thu chupgu
cat. Iu r will have to be able to play In
Die ontll. Id when lie Is not behind the
n a a
i, ; : ,; !. .. ? 4 ? $
BOWLING TO BE RE-BORN ON
NEW Y. M. C. A. DRIVES TONIOHT
Tho good Indoor sport of bowling! Ii ipn , i,r ImimIIiij, ronsfiutlioii.
comes to life again In Honolulu tollhcv aie the only all maple driven
night, when two teams, pltked fioinlw.nt or Clibngn, and 1-ouln IVary,
tho married men and the bachelors. J who has done the finishing work on
will open tho new Y. M C. A nllevsj ihe.i., .leierves u won! of praise for
with 11 three-slrlng mutch I'lvo men' the line Job he has made The) shiuo
will roll on each team, and the total
pins of thu three games will dcter
111I110 tho wlniicrHf
For some time past there have been
no alleys In the city, and coiiseiiieut
ly tho local bowlers have almost for
gotten how to deliver a ball with
out testing tho quality of the maple
with their heads Not lunch Is ex
pected tonight In tlio way of scores,
but nnotlier wtek or so will see 11
big difference, for there nro 11 number
of oldtlme uruiks 011 the lists who
have signified their Intention of put
ting III some hard praillie licks and
In tonight's match, which will be
started ni ::iu o'clock ami to whhh
every Interested parl of the male
sex Is coidlally invited, Hie teams will
be pkked from tho following pla.vers
Married men -W () FimiMlu, .1 M
Itlggs, II S. Young, Ceorge Aligns,
I I,'. Kplctr, C W. Iliewsler
ll-ll'lielors A 1 II. Doudeio, C I'
'eivell, P II Wood, Htori,.' IIJ8011,
.'? A. Cllsvvorth, C. II. Alton
.1. M. Itlggs, who will tuptnlli the
married men. Is probihly the star
iilu-siuaslitr of the ciowd, having won
I he championship of the Metropolitan ale plamii d us HI U 1 j. ihruui'.hout tho
Howling Arsoelalloii In New York iiev-l wilier. Wisdom lias dot Idol to divide
era! veurs ago He bus not gripped 11' the nillem Into two illusions, the llrat
like nilirois and are as true as spirit
A T Wisdom, who will manage
the bowling dip.irlmelit of the V. M.
C A, has 11 laigu assortment of balls
011 hand, and guarantees thai every
.oiler will Ilinl one to suit him Tho
ptllets are all of lignum vita", and
vary In heft from fentherwelghta of
eight pounds to the regular slxteen
poiiod hall 'I lie grips are from "'.i
to a"h Inches
It will be several weeks before I hi
flu-nun teum wilder tournament will
be started, ns It wilt talc some H1110
to orguiile the various 1I11I. and busi
ness hnuso teams thill pxh'cI to take
part. In the meantime the rollers
ran get In plenty of Individual prac
tice, so Hiat liny will have a good
ill, 1111 1' lo chalk up lespei table uer
uges III the gullies
And, Ii) the wa), high average will
be worth something In the man ne
luring 11 for W O I'ruiiklln. local
representative of Hie Ilruuswlck
II. ill. e Colli'iider ('01np.U1, has offered
n 1 hnmphitishlp nilnerallte ball to tlio
11111I1 averaging the best In artual com
petition g.iiiiis of fie tournament.
For the singles l.iiiriiaiuenlH that
ball for more than thiee cnrs, how
ever, and is Just as apt to sling his
llrst delivery Into the gutter as arts
tho rest of the voluntters Howlers,
no matter how good tin y have been,
go olf fast with lack of pr.iitUe, and
It will lo several weeks before a real
lino tan b" had oil (he local talent
being compoH'd of men rapihlc of :.v
e.aglng l?r, or better and the second
of those whose suites fall below this
mark Tenpins Is a 'game that is
almost Impossible (o handicap, owing
to Hie lii-iind-oiit lolling of tho ma
jority of placrs, and this method of
segregation comrs nearest to putting
The new nlleys theuiselvis are mas-' Hie men on tin even footing
MAKhS DECIDED HIT
McGRAW AND "MATTY."
International rivalry, and the game Is !
sure to be a good one, .
Merger's band has been secured fori'!'
the afternoon, through the good olllces f
of Mavor Pern The mnor Is a keen
bull fnii, nml Is nlways willing to do i
what he can to help Hie gume along.
HIGH JINKS FOR ALL
THE GOLFERS TODAY
John J Mctlrmv. bosf. Is poor,
while Christy Mathevvson, em
ploye, Is well to do Friends of
the (Hunt manager say he Isn't
worth $5000. Mathevvson Is snld
to be worth 1200,000 Mcflravv Is
a typical New Yorker He likes
the Hroadway restaurants and
theattrs. Hunnlug races Inter
est him and he plays them Any
betting proposition strikes Mc
draw. Mathewsnn Is careful. He Is
a nlaln liver. He lives In n
$600-n-ear flat within ten mln- -"S
utes' wall, of tho polo grounds,
and It's not a pretention.. Hat
Mathenson's ambition, when i
he Is through with baseball, Is
td travel and then Invest Ills
money In soino business In
which bo will hnvo an active
pnrt. He doesn't want to man
age a ball team or bo connect
ed with baseball.
Mt draw's only thought of the
future Is a winning team.
Indoor bust ball bah come to b1.iv II
bun taken a tlr.it bold ue it M. C A
sport, and the plav.rn, who began b'
batting the big ball 1011111I the guincH
bj)IL,vv Itboat much thought, to the ,ci-
nice or Hie game, nro now Irving to
learn Its lino points ami are payhlg
as miiih iitltlitloti lo Inside Pas, ball
(110 double meaning hue) us Ihey would
in pl.t) lug the tegular national gime
I.ast night the employ. d bos and Ihe
Juniors had a oue-nl.l.d but none Un
less Interesting game, the fount r coin
ing out on the long end of a 17 to 0
store. The Y M C A gain, s hall was
.it'wcll tilled with the sisters ami tho
V cousins Ullll lllo IllllllH 01 too ill)tin
GETTING IN SHAPE
The "big leagiKi" whut players, nro
getting In soin.l strenuous practise
these duvs The s. anon opens three
weeks front lodav. und afttr (.bsht
mouths olf the Held It's lit. tasy mat-,
Ur for the int'11 to "come buck" How
ever, the marked falling olf Iu Hie sola
of Scott Ii and cigarettes Isfnillle tes
Ihnoii) to strl.t training, ami as se
rious prtelfse Is 011 Ihe curds for two
or three lift, rnooiis 11 wetk. It will be
a IliiMitd aggregation that laj.es the
llilil 011 Det, mini '.'
With the I'uiial Malle. High
School. Kameh.iiiitha Alumni and Ilea-
laid ttnins lu tho race thin year, the
season should be one t.f tho best In
The lineups: 'the total liltor or the association
Hmployed Hoys Critu, rf : Decollo, game The l.o-l two teams mimed urn
;. ss ; Caidalho. if: llvrue. If, I Ik. ma, uewtoiiKIs, In Itague ralil.H.'lint they
$ 3b.; Kill, pi Dura, lb; Wlkaml.r, c i have mine oldtlme pluvtrs lu the line-
Tlnktr, !!h. up. J II Walker, 1111 old Puliation
' Juniors McTugg.irt, rf j Plnrsole, iwht star. Is captain of the llcnlnnls,
ss.; Kent, cf.; Wlel, If.; Itobertson, 3b; mid has bis nun out for regular pr.ic-
4, Kent, p; Itosa, lb; Shepley, e; Millii,.ll?f.
SCHOOL SOCCER TEAMS
FIGHT FOR THE PLACE
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Wllllain Carrlgan, Iho veteran
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If J Pluvlus overlooks tho fact that le ,eam f()r ncxt yCi,ri JameH Mc.
this Is Satui.lay, und that he usually A(,cr ,, mmt Mcltoy, who hnvo
drops .low n on the gt.lftrs for rt call on IIUIC1BflcJ mlf tho stock of the Hos
tile big phi) lug day of the wetk, scor- , ,,,,, reKar( CurrR vv, mci
lug In the Country Club tournament ,,.,,.. ,.,, ,.,,. ..,,.. n,.uc. i)V Uiu
should be on the low side toduy, for tho W ne (n ,ho Amcican l.oaguo lo
course Is In good condition The play lnlt Mm ci,rKe 0f tlio players. Pat
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Hut tho day's sport won't be halt n,.j nonovan may secure an engage-
over when the last putt Is sunk. Tliero lllcIlt wm, Bomo oilier major loaguu
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lowed by a musical cntrrtnlnmept, and s s
later lu the evtiilng a tlomliio tourna- when a girl reaches tho "coming
tneiil, for which uttructlvo prizes hnvo mlt vl(, fortunato If she has a
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try Club men hnvo been offered for m
Bomu time. ZZIZIZIL
i St lauds I, Knnhiiiuauii 0.
'( Central 1, Piinnhou 0.
3 These results of csttrdav's gumes In
the Craminar School Socc. r League
4 leave three teams Hid for sicond place,
" with the Kam team will lu front or
P the hunch nml practically or la In of
'5' llrst place. The brief season Is nluued
'' over, and unless Puliation can take the
? intasuro of Kauiebaiiit ha when they
' mis t on Ihe "th, the nice should end
9 with tho wlniitr of Hie CiiitralSt
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