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The Bulletin's Page of Sport:
BIG BASEBALL BENEFIT TO
SEND DUKE KAHANAMOKU EAST
Plan to Start Fund By Having Afternoon of Baseball and
Sports at Athletic Park Ue cember 10 Fleet Will Prob
ably Be Here Then.
baseball benefit, to xtnrt a dollars to send n Honolulu reprenen
v.u v..ir tnllxe KiiKt, and to keep lilin there
fiinil fur Hnlntlni TXtili.i tn
. . . ulille lio lii training unil getting the
... .nK.. pun in ...e nu.iona. s immune awln.mlng
cliiimploiiihlin, lulil ly the A A. U., Is Resides nn exhibition Imll game, the
In rospcet for December 10. Kowth.it program would Include baseball RtiintR
the riKuhir nml championship series of nK us base-running against time,
the Oahu Senior League bus been throwing the ball for distance, etc.
wound up, the players luive time to There nre loin of field exents which
spare, nnd the propoied benefit hns met) xx mild fill tip nn nfternnon's sport.
with Approval from both pluyern mull The fact that the fleet will probably
finis I bo In port at that time, nnd that
Hxcry sportsman In Honolulu la many townspeople are taking nn Inter.
merecd that Kiihmiaiiioku should be est In Duke'H prniKined trip. leads to
gfxm bin chance to stack up with the (lie assumption that the Kate would
fastest swimmers III the (ountry, und make the affair wor h whlli'. There
make Kood his chilli) to the world'H Iiiih to bo n Mart for1 he fund. If one Ik
100-jurd record. Hut the money ipies-.to be ruined, nnd th 're Isn't any too
Hon looms luree. It will take many much time In which t rnl.e the coin.
Eight Matches Run Off Satur
day and Fast Schedule
3 ? 8'J5'J'g4;i(
RACE FALLS THROUGH.
The exhibition mile race
which was to have been run be
tween Jlmnile Fltxgernld nnd
Koldler King nt the ball park
Sunday afternoon, fell through.
'? It wan a general mlxup. No
arrangement were mailii be
l forehand with the league man
$ ngement, but when tho an-
S nouncement xxas mode that the
two men would comnete. the
$ baseball men concluded It wna &
to be for n Hide bet and made ?
'' no objection S
? When Fitzgerald nnd King i.
? nnnouneeil Just Iw-fore the time
they were scheduled to atart that f
? they expected a cut of the gate ,
$ for performing, the "nothing $
1 doing" sign won living up In
y short order Bo the matter of
mile supremacy Ii -till In doubt.
O It I
PENNANT FOR THE
! HAWAIIS WITH
: 3 STRAIGHT
TO PUNAHOU TEAM
The Manoa Tennl Club's special
hnndlcnp tournament got well linden
way Saturday afternoon, when all tho
flrst-rutind matches were cleared off
Game Has Never Been So Pop
ular in U. S. as Now A
It seems un It liferent In golf had
uexer been at n higher pitch In the
United States than It In now. It Is
Raid that R000 or 4000 people followed
some of the matches In tbu late nui.i- l(- card. i:iglit inalchei were dlspon-
tear eliuiiiplonshlpn there, especially jed of, eight being nettled on the courts
Hut between, Mr. Hilton und Mr. Tm-jund two by the simple method of en
er, which wn rather thought to carry terlng u default.
with It the fate of the iliaiiplon"hlp.j -,hiy n8 )n n0 wn. remnrkable. til
HISH Horace Hutchlii-oti III the London though weather conditions w.re good
Telegraph. Three to four thouxand I, allll ,, Kcnrrui Htniidanl up to the av
al all exentH, the limited numbir that WU(.P- tiu Manou club bun been no
U able to give each of ltn unllH a lmMy of ,ato ,nnt louriiiimentH linxe
chunvu of necliig cxin a little of n golf HT0Ille a habit, und running them; an
miitih. It In one of the faultn of golf ex,l(,t cpce There xero no long
that It does not lend ItBeir o no a ..ni.. .. ,. ,w,r, nd ulaiera who
npectacle for n greater .multitude, than ,,(,, not turnip 5)hb-U)e nllalted lime
iiiih n in iimu uiio ui im h" e""-i xxyro penciled uh defnutter.
for It Impllea that It In uexer likely lo
nuiier. tout tn.-niwtuii(ni"ii n.i.v.i .- ,,,... ,.i.
I 1'ollowlng xx ere the renultn of Batur-
tini'M imiim. In net In when a came
'I . rt...ini.i n..uu i.. infliiuH. -, n.n,
exIMH chlelly for the objectn of the- .-... .n ..... ,.,., --.--
gate money monger. It 1 thla cxl-t
enco xxhlclt linn been tho ruin of many
gumen on thin nlde of the Atlantlu
Ocenii nnd on tho other.
Ho far us I tall make out. Intercut In
golf In the United Ktntea Iiiih gone
through one or two distinct phunen.
Tin to won, at tho xtnrt, the gradual
rlne lo the llrnt big boom, In which nil
und Hiiudry, the glided south of both
nexia mid thone who with illlllelllty mip
poitul the IU lliu that they wire Mill
joiithful, "phijeil gulf," nn they called
It, without un Idea of meaning and dig-
Urnent ltosn beat Schmidt, &-7, C-3,
C-t; I. J Warren Iwat xon Dainin. 2-6,
C-3. C-4; W. A. Oreenxxell heat C. It.
Ifementvay, 6.:. C-2; K 11 Htrere beat
I', It. Wertlunueller. 0-3, 0-3; W. II
aoetz beat l'red l.xwr, 8-1, 6-0; II. 1'.
Ilenrdmore bent M. M. Orahain. 6-t,
6-2; ('. II Olron bent Spencer Uruxxn
C-t, f.-l. I)r I.loxd Dane defaulted to
Auxtln Jonen, and Dr. Ilaldwln default
ed to Oeruld Irxxlne.
In the dr.ixxlngn I,. J Wurren, Donald
Kiiih. W. II. (ioitz und W. II. Oreen
xxell niched b)en. Hrnent Itoan Is pair.
ed with K. II. Steere, C. II. Ol-on with
It f tlnneiliiiiiiii 11 Tl nintni., ...tat.
nlty of that gnat phruno. They drenned " " ' , "'" '"Z, """
..' ........ ..... ...... f,or"lu Irwlne. und W. O. Slnglehuret
thtuiHelxeH, or uudrenneil Ihemnelxen,
nliipliniulii, fr.f. flu. i.iiiiiiulmi linrl lilt II
r , . ., ., I', ii, i ' ner of the Itana-Steere mutch.' Donald
lull iibout. ecratlcully uud feebly, ,1m,- h . ... ' ,
nmiui. It t.(iu tin rltrlit a ml fttatt IiiiiiiIiIa
.1,1?., to do. Oradually they gr,wv a " "" ""' "T.!'
little tired of that nonsense, begun to ""!" - " - "-.n..
with Jonen. Warren will play the win
ildnn (the xx Inner of Al-on-Ueardinore,
...J i.,i........ Jonen,
nu-ptx.1 llieilineixt1!- ui iiiiok uuiwiiuu. .
n a a
Ihlimn. nnd no there came ii wane In the
"boom," If booms do xviine. .and some NEW LEAGUE BALL ' Jl
box... yearn or no ..go Ue heard that , , A)S LJRQ HITTERS
golf wun "going out" In the Htulcn. Hut w
nil tho while of thin rather erratic folly
luboiit the game, there had been n The 'lively ball introduced Into
nteitdy growth of n much more healthy baseball thib year revealed itself
Inleient -hi It, u real ntudy und loxe; mora forcibly than In nny other way
and that Ih bearing fruit toduy In the l tho quanllly of go-culled slugging
multitude of spcttutorn who nre uble to nmtcheg which occurred during the
follow u mutch with full understanding cimtnpionBiiip nenson. Tuning llfteen
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uf all the points of the play und In
tho many very fine oung umateurgolf.
trs xx ho are iiblu to content the mutch
polpt by point with
iruft such an Mr. Hilton. He It ob
nerxtd, nnd reckoned on the credit side
of the uccount un u sign of good grace,
thut the Interest of the American golf
tr hus always hem xtry much more In
Hinitttur than In professional golf.
it tt n
hill) by one team In a single game
us a baslH for comparison, there were
almost twice us many awatfeits In
muster of the tllu f,'atlo,"ll lnKue In Itl an there
ib ma yunr ueiuiv.
Fifteen or more hits Were piled up'
In the nresent vear In neveniv-fnnr
National league games, while 'the,'
lecord for l'JIO showed only thirty-,
nlnu gamcH in which one teum made,
thut many swiiIh. i
The hlgh-xxuler mark for the
That tO to 0 ncure that l'unnlioii run
up on High Kehool lust Suturduy was
at. big a Htirprlse to the winners a-l(
tvns to the loiern und the spectators.
In fact, I'unshou came within un uce
of backing out uf tho game altogether,
In which case McKlnley xxould haxe
hud all the credit of u win, xvlth the
assumption that I'unahuu wan afraid to
(Inchle tho Job.
Two bourn before the game Coach
Itlcker uf I'liiinhou telephoned to Couch
Ruder of McKlnley, und said thut If
Mellu, the High School center, wan In
the line-up the Oahu College team
xxouldn't go un the field at nil. Ituder
said he'd haxe bin team there on nched
ule time xvlth Melln In the middle, of
the line, and thut If Punuhuu didn't
come on the Held when the whittle
blew, he'd claim the game. They rume.
'There wan nome tulk of u profent,
but xxe decided to go on und show them
thut xxe i mild bent them with any lltie
up they could get together." mild Couch
Rlcker after the game.
. i . ."
i'unahuu ciuinieii unit MeiiHwim-itt-ellglble
to play for HlRh.vbut the fuel
thut he nearly cauned u breuk'ibetwren
the two teams show a how I'uuahou
uxerruted High School.
I Ittl-itaaiaatliaji a mi
The gume wua no one-aided that even
the wildest football enthusiast; could
liuxo. been forgiven for leuvlug the
grounds If he hud nn thing viae lo do,
or for Miootlng In the grandstand It
time xxim no object. Kumbles xx'ero
frequent on both aides, and If 1'upa
hou had been up against a team any
thing like Its equal In weight the result
might haxe been different.
The game showed that the High
School b'unch und their "new football",
hud been loo highly touted. They had
the plays In reserve, but they dldn t
get a chance to put them In operation,
for their light line was mercilessly bat
tered and torn to pieces by the Puna
hou forwards every time High gotpbs-
nenslon of the ball. I'unahuu hadntore
success with forward pusses, although
the McKlnleyltea proxed themselves
handy ut breaking up this play.
When a team has the weight ami the
line-smashing ability, there Is ' little
need to resort to trick plays. Two or
three times McKlnley held, and force
I'uuahou to either kick or lose the ball,
but as u rule the Oahu backs did about
what they wanted when they had .the
oval safely tucked under the arm. Ran
Hitchcock was the bright particular
star of the scoring machine, making
nexerul long runs xxhlch either resulted
directly or In a down or so In touch-
No Chance to Kick.
High School uexer got tho ball near
enough to experiment with drop kicks,
Portuguese Lose Again Sunday
After Best Game of Cham-
What the Athletics did to the (Hants
han been dlpllciiledrlght here In Itu
nolul'i by what the Hnxvulls did to the
Portuguese. The faxorlles dropped
three straight games and the chain
pionship, and while a world's title
wasn't nt stake, tho biggest lunebull
prlie' In the Hawaiian Islands wun,
which made the uffulr u world's series
In miniature. We had no ticket scalp
ing and nu one got spiked, hut one
Jupanese fan got his tc th knocked out
with a thrown ball, which completes
the sanguinary similarity of the txxo
The Hnxxalls took their third rtinlglit
-mill' for the Senior Leugue champion
ship l ii score of 5 to 4 Sunday It
was u good game to watch, and Willi
the exception of one disnstious Inning
the lowers seemed to have tin ei)gji on
the mime Thev went on theillal Willi
two against tin m. slid It won't ruse
of xvln nut or hung up their nulls for
another cnr The strain, however, was
too miiih, and whin the tide swum;
toward the Hawaii-, the I' A ' play
trs were unable tn stem It
All In the Sixth.
The 1'orlugiKse Mored utie run In
the first, one In the third and two In
the fourth With Mike Hardee, the big
southpuxx', being hit frcclx, mid his
tea in playing III a Mirt of trance behind
Ii I in. things looked lovely for the Por
tuguese, und the roolirn begun to take
notice. Then came the fatal sixth, und
xxhen the Portuguese woke up they had
been caught und passed mid were prac
tically u beuteli teum Four hits, one
of them if three-baggi r, und n fne ride
to first turned the trck, und Ii' big lis
nre G went up on' the scoreboard
Hardee onl) lasted four Inning, when
he xxun xunked out mid l.otn sent I In
to llolsli the gume The lutter only al
lowed one lilt, to the sexen Uiat Har
dee hnb been touched up for. I'rcltas,
except In the gloomy sixth, pitched good
bull nnd kept his lilts well scattered.
The (.erlen between the winners nf
the first nno second half of the sched
ule has been Interesting, and the games
linxo none of them been wulkuxvnjs. In
fact, the total figures for rutin, hits und
errors nre xery close together, and the
Portuguese actually outhlt their xx In
tn tho three game the Hawaii), -cor
ed 13 runs to 7 for tho P. A C, 13 hits
to 17, und had 8 mlsplns chalked
against them to 10 for the losers.
P. A C.
All R 1111 Hll PO A K
A3AHIS GO DOWN.
The Asnhls got Ihelr first
biatlm; In tic second half of
the Junior l.cacilc schedule on
Sunday nftemooii They xxcm
trimmed by the Chilli so Athletic
Union team by tho clo-e score
uf 5 to 4.
Ttie Asnhln have been going
through nit the other Junior
teams like boarding-house cream
through gr.ipe-iiuts In fact,
the hnxo Ikcii so fur nhcml of
nn thing In the. league that thero
has bieii tnlk of getting them
for a fifth club In the senior or
ganization Ycsliidax, however, C Mori
ymiiu, tho Asnhln' i lexer txxirl
ir, couldn't attach the usuul In
dian sign to tho nppiHltig bath
men, being touch) d for nine
hits, while l.uck Yee was hit
safely only thrie times
ft lends tell her sho is Retting thin.
Hard luck stories niako shy friends.
When a man falls off (lio water league Is twenty-live hits, made by
wagon ho cun sympathize with the the Ulunlu against the. Cubs in 1910
chup who falls out of balloon. That murk was not equaled' this year,
i but Cincinnati came closo to It by
One of the compensations of be- compiling twenty-three hits off Fer-
Ine u fat woman Is to have her gtison, Curtis nnd llarson of' the Hob-
ton team in June, In three 'games
this year u total of twenty IiIIb'wub
registered; In live thero 'were nine
teen hits on one sldo.
The hardest hitting done by the
Cubs In any game was against Bos
ton In August, when they made nine
teen swats off Wenver, Mutteru, Pfef
fer and Thompson of the Hustler
staff. The lloston team did some hit
ting itself, and peeled off nineteen
hits In two games against the l'lill
lles late in the season.
In spite of the weakness of the
Cub pitchers, thero was no game this
year in which their opponents made
more than seventeen lilts. New York
handed Reulbach, Kichter and Mcln
tire that dose of punishment in August.
tMlexiiig Hint the fall of the Man
ilia puxxir In I'ldiiii In iirtiln nnd that
It must come tint time now, the local
Chinese decided lit u met ting held yes
terday afternoon to git read) for a
big celibriitloii of the Hewn, When
the (I mil cable eoiuen through they will
I old the blggeit parade Ihat Honolulu
h.m ex i r itee u.
It was decided to git right dovxn to
xxurk mid M.nt rt-hi'urslng, so Hint
time should be no walling The Hags
ami banners will be nil ready uud tbu
lineup of the march und urili r will bo
nil mapped nut
1 The members of the Wo On, Ket On,
1'nl Kon und Un I.iong societies ut
tinded the meeting, numbering sumo
sixty or seventy In all. Olllcers for u'
committee to 'haxe full control of the
celehrutlon wire elected, und ult the
snchtlcs nre to bo reiiested to name
their dtlcgutcH It wun suggested ut
llrlst that the pantile should Ixi held'"'
thW week, but nfterxxurds It xxus de
elded thut they should wait until the
final nexxs eilinu tbrimgli. Ttto nt-.
tending tho .meeting xveru muitly Hie
Souugcr liieinhirs of the Chinese com
munity, nnd there were only six or
sexeu men w mrlng the iiueues.
Souia. 31 3 10 1 1 4 0
Ilushnell, ns Ii 2 3 14 4 2
Ornellas, rf S o 0 1 o 0 1
Pepunte, If 4 0 2 12 10
Filler, lb ,...4 0 1 0 12 0 0
I.lno, 2b 3 0 0 0 1 10
Joseph, c 3 0 0 0 3 0 0
Rego, cf ,..4 12 1111
Freltus. i 3 0 0 0 0 3 0
Totals 34 4 8 6 24 14 4
All It 1111 Hll I'O A 10
Rice. If 3 10 0 4
W, Desha, cf 3 0 10 2
D, Desha, rf 4 1112
Kualll, lb-31 4 1 1 1 G
Hardee, 2 0 0 0 0
Lota, p 2 0 0 0 0
Hamaukii, 2b 3 1 1 0 1
Markham, 3b-c ....2 0 0 0 2
Wlnne, c 1 0 0 0 1
A. Desha, lb 2 0 0 0 8
Avail, as 3 10 11
FAR EAST IS
Thut the Far Kust must be counted
In the future un u place of hreat com
mercial Importance U the opinion of
lYnnk N, llrockutan, iinsocl.ite secre
tary of tho Seoul, Korea, Y. M C. A ,
who ji'sterduy afternoon spukn before
ii large audience In the Cooko Hall, at
the local Institution.
An an example of the way In xxhlch
mallei srr. going ahead there, he
stnted that a few jeurs ugo hnrseshoi-a
xere being picked up III New York
to send to China us old Iron, while
now the great steel and Iron xxorks in
that empire were competing with San
Francisco mid the other American
Hi ferrlng to the Korean situation, lie,
said that Itusnlii desires the peninsula
for the sake of Us ports; China wain's,
It for n province, mid Japan, who now
holds It, wants It for n highway Al
though ududttlng that the Japanese
government xxus nex'cru toward the Ko
reans, he was lint Inclined to criticize
It He was enthusiastic regarding tho
work of llie Y M C A. there, and said
thut there xxe-re three fundamental fuels
In connection with the mission xxork
there first, the aptitude for Illble
study shown by the Koreans; second,
llie self-support of the Koreans In the
nioxeinetit, mid. lastly, the indlxldiiil
....2D G 4 3 27 14 4
I. A. C.
und In this way their principal hope of nunn 10 120000 04
scoring wan shattered. Wliut the buck-'lu(t) ,U)( (tttpt2 j 2 j 0 0 0 o s
Held could have dona with the bull had I HAWAIIS
the Hue withstood the Puna hou attack nunH 00000 d 00 5
Is problematic ul, but It In certainly a nnKe hits 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 4
pity that so much hard and faithful, SUMMARY.
practise went lor noiiung. ine uign Three-base hit, Humauku: two-buso
School team deserxeS a lot of credit for hti UUHlmell; sacrlHco lilts, Joseph. W
Its gume showing, but It simply wasn't Dcnm. Mi on .,,,,,.,, i. A e, 8i la,
mere wnen ii siuciicu up uguiusi wulls 3; llrst buse on errors, P. A. C. 2,
naliou. r, Hawalls 3; doublo ptaxa, Ayuu to
The football season closes uexf Markham, Kualll to A. Desha; hit by! cully exiry one of the Uisleru rucks,
Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, with the pitcher, Markham; struck out, by Ilnr-lxxlth the posslhle exception of "Knock-
Punuhou-College of Hawaii contest, dec and I-ota 2, I"reltas 2; bases on out" lliown of New York, wants to
Hawaii heat High 6 to 3 ten days ugo, called balls, off Hurdee I, Lota 3, try his fortune In Han Francisco, so It
und I'uuahou beat High 40 to 0 Satur- Freltas 1; wild pitch, Lota; Inulngsl looks nn though Sun Franclsc'iius will
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day. It looks us though the gums wus pitched, by Hardee 4, I-ota S; hit, oft
already In, and thut the Punahou luds Hardee 7, Lota 1. Umpires, Chilling
could start smoking Sweet Caporal clg- worth and Nntley; scorer, Itaposa; time
arettes und stuylng up ns lute naU of game, t hour 28 minutes,
o'clock ut night If they wanted to. 1
The lineups: iHHWwwuuHRHHHnHH
Punahou Cownn-W, Hitchcock, lu.;, foot, rt.; Lul Tin, re,; Aldrlch-FooKau,
Ileuluu, It ; Tlinberlake-Mnrkhnm. Ig ; i. ; Purkrr, lb ; llrusch, rh ; Rosa (cup
Molr, c ; Inmun, rg ; l'uty (captulu), lull))', f, ?
rt.j Hoogn, re ; Schumann,!, ip; It. OITIcluls Ituder-Itlcker, referee;
Hitchcock, III ; Coney, rh.; W. Hitch- Rlcker-Rader, umpire; Hopvxooei, Held
cock-Andcrnon, f. r Judge; Itoos-Wllllamson, timekeepers;
High School Curtcr, lo,; Young, It.; I'runer, head llnesmun. Time of quur
Dyson, lg.lelln, c; Harfag.; Llgh- ter's, twvlvo and one-half minutes.
139 Merchant Street
The uiiuouiicemenl that Packey Mr
rarland in about ready to desert the
Hist uud light Harlem Tommy Murphy
or somebody else out III San l"run
clsco this month seems to have boost
ed the S111 lYauclsco pugilistic mar
ket to 11 xery marked degree Pnictl-
huxe n xx hole Hock of them to cntcKulii
them by the llrst of tho )cur.