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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1911.
The Bulletin's Page of Sport
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W MANY AHTICLC3 FOR .W
wi Christmas Aw
W Gifts lift
HI flro (o bo had hero. Every
AVjt. thing useful nnd attractive Jl
3mBW 'or the ladies' boudoir, wXSR
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FOOTBALL IS THE BIG GAME
WITH THEJLEET JUST NOW
All Five Ships Have Strong Elevens That Are Looking For
Outside Games West Virginia Defeats Colorado In One
Football's the thing wllh tlm fleet
Thoro nro baseball tennis nml cutter
crows nml boxers nml song nml ilanen
artists, but they nil have tn take n
buck seat when King Football comes
Yesterday inoriiliiK tho first of n sc
rloM of IntcrMilii game wiih played oft
between I ho elevens of tho Wont Vir
ginia nml Colorado. The second cllvt
slon's flagship won by tho decisive
score of 20 to o In u gumo which wiih
Interesting In splln of ragged play.
McDonald, re! Woods, i.;
Johnson, Hi.; Richards, rh ;
POPULAR AT KAM
Reliance Team Dofeats Boys
of Eleven By 2 to 0 In
roolhall III tho cobl Rray dawn has
proved a success In Honolulu. Ycs
terilay inornlliR, besides tho student
body there was a Rood sprinkling of
town enthusiasts on tho Kiiiiielinmeha
field when tho w lil-t lo blew at 7:30 n,
OMIclnlN Will Pnty, referee; Ran '" for I'o Ramo between tlu Itclhinco
Hitchcock, umpire; Ensign Wadding
ton, Held Judge.
BALL TEAMS ALSO
HAVE A BUSY DAY
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West Virginia xhowcil the effect of, launched yesterday with
luinler nml more Intelligent iirnetlse.llioaitnr ni Aii,iiin t..ir
nml played the prettiest fonlball. Tbero
nothliiR to choose between the two
teams im to giimoticsH, mid every yard
wiih stubbornly contented, oven when
tho Rami) wan hopeleniiy lout. Four
touchdowns and a goal from tho Held
did Iho trick for West Virginia.
Woodward, Wilcox mid llartnw
slurred for the winners, whllo Snell
Ihg and Itlchards wero much In evi
dence on the Colorado side.
West Vlrulnlu Woodward, le.; Hall,
ii ; MUK-rsnu-ifouloy, lg.; Wnllen, c;
Dutcher, tr.; Stoock, rt.; Wilcox, re.;
Harlow, f.; Kmllli, q.; Ityan, Ih.; Shan
Colorado Ilaslady-ralterson, le ;
Khcrhnrill, It; Knelling, Ir.j llradlcy-
"ooey, c; Clark, rR.; It. C Drown, rt ;
and Hoys of Eleven teams.
The Riunu Itself was the closest and
best seen hero this season. Consider
ing the fact that It was tho llrst Ramo
for both elevens, tho class shown
throws much credit on tho coaching.
Tho score stood 2 to 0 In favor of Rc-
Tho baseball tournament which Is to "mice at the close of play, Mnnohit
bo pulled oft during the stay of tlm helng tackled back of his own goal line
I'aclllc fleet In Hawaiian waters, was "r,cl recovcrlnR the ball from a. block
The teams lined up as follows:
Itellanco A. Kalahlhula-'ahlan. re.;
S. Ilusli-n Noah, rt.; S. Aklona. rg.; I).
Hlmlona. c; (1. l.iijan, lg.; .1. Puiictuu,
It.; S. Hussey. le.; W. Apau. i,; II.
Godfrey (capt.). Hi.; A. Hpencer, f.;
K. Hose, rh.
Hoys of Eleven J. Kama, re.; K.
Smith, rt.; It. Humous, rg.; J. Kauwe,
header at Athletic Turk. Tho West
Virginia hoys showed that they havo
elasM on tho diamond us well us on
tho gridiron by accounting for tho
South Dakota team 1.1 to 0, while tho
Colorado took the California Into camp
7 to 1.
Tho two winners will meet Sutur
day afternoon at the muiio place.
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"J STANKORD UNIVKRS1TV,
' Cal., Nov. 21. Itugtiy rootbalt
'! netted Stanford University and
I' the University of Cullfornla $39,.
! 39.50 In a single game this year.
' ThN sum In the largest ever
' taken In nt an annual struggle
' between tho two teams on Stan-
i, 4, .:, $, , ,J, J, ,5, , .j, ,$,
Second Game With College of
Hawaii Shows Standing
of Three Teams.
The result of tho I'linalinii-IIawall
game yesterday, which went to tho
former 29 to 3, was u foregone conclu
sion, but the score was something of
a surprise, us many figured that tho
College of Hawaii lads would be unable
to cross their opponents' lino nt alt.
The trick was turned In tho last quar
ter by l'ook On. who Rrabbed tho ball
on Puliation', attempted forwnrd pnsi
nnd ran through u broken field to a
Yesterday'H Ramo closed the season
for both teams, Pnmihoii l8 cock of
the roost In n class by Itself Will
Paty'M team has waded IhroiiRli Its op
ponents at will, mid Iiiih run up a tre
menduiiH aggregate scoro on College of
Hawaii and High School. Hawaii Iiiin
hud an easy tlmo with High, winning
both games by big margins. High has
been tho under dog, but has tho sat
Kmo, lg,; A. Napoleon. It.; t ' "lacuoii ni Having scored olio morn
le.; W. Naplhan, .: (1, Manolia ,",l"t "" "" cluimploii I'uuahouH than
I (captain), Ih.; J. Aim, f.; W. ICimnlo-
BOUTS TALKED OF
PACKEY McFARLAND if
TOO GOOD FOR NEW
Stock Yards Prido Gets Deci
sion over "Harlem Tom
tll.v Associated Press.)
SAN KltANCISro. Cal., Dec. 1.
Packey McKurland proved himself a
hotter lighter nnd it eleven r boxer
than "Ilnrlein Tommy" Murphy when
Iho pair come together before Jim Cof-
Troth's club yesterday afternoon. Tho
Chicago hid showed to good iidvantngo
throughout, ami was awarded the de
cision. Tho light was the llrst big afTalr Hint
San ''ranclvo has staged for several
months, ami local Interest In the gntno
wns ovlilono.il by the large attendance.
SAN ItANCISCo. Cal, Dec 1.
l'rcddle VUh earned a decision over
Willie Itltchle In the Vernon arena yes
terday afternoon Itltchle was ubt.
tilled for Ad Wolgasl at tho last mo
ment, tho latter being operated on for
appendicitis Wednesday morning. Ho
Is recovering rapidly Yesterday milt
went the full 20 rounds.
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ROSS AND REITOW
REACH THE FINALS
D Jl ltiiss anil Hay llletow havo
won their way In the finals In tho
Clurrcy trophy tournament nt tho Ma
noa Tennis Club They will play oft
at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Itlctow had n close call In the thlrrt
Charley Kox, ii
claims tho U. S. S.
his floating home,
GEORGE ANGUS' TEAM WINS
COUNTRY CLUB GOLF EVENT
George Angus' fctupendoun aggrega- on the lust green, which kept up the
Hon of perlpetln plll-pusherH captured Interest, Captains of tho four team
the team golf event at the Country wero chosen by tho committee, mid tho
i. mo jesieroay. inoy won 13 matches, other playcrn segregated In groups of
us against 12 copped oft by their near- four according to handicap and then
est rivals, tho Olffard Slashers. Frank drawn by the, jcapta'mi Th match
iiaiMciiuB learn was inini with points was u round-robln affair, overy play
...... ..,., ... ,u.i who . ,.r piaylns- ngulnst each of tho thrco
.. wriung m goii lournamcniH u other men of his corresponding num
usiial to say somethluB of the play,1 her.
but In this case the undoubted fcutt.ro, Most of the men played two matches
of tho tournament wns tho day. Not before lunch and the remaining ono In
for months and months has thero been tho ufternoon. but Homo of Iho later
such perfect gotllng weather on tlio'nrrlvnls reversed tho order. Altogoth
Nuuaiiu course. Not u drop of raln'cr. tho team match provided tho best
fell ellhcr morning or afternoon, and Jay of golf seen for Homo time. Ac
the wind god of the l'nll. who Is usual.; cording to Frank Klcbnhn. chairman of
ly right on tho job, went to sleep after, tho grounds committee, there was only
Ids ThunksglvlnR broakfust und watn't ono thing lacking. Tho winners cuch
heard from thereafter.
Tho play was rather
though several mutches wero decided results:
TEAM NO. 1.
received u luindsoma stein.
Following ure tho scores and match
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(ico. Annus (capt.) 1
1,. Itcdlngtoii 2
J. Halt 3
II. C. Carter 4
Dr. Smith S
M. Phillips s
Yesterday'H gnmo was well attend
ed, and u number of sailors stationed
themselves along the sideline to watch
the fray. Their opinion was that tho
Maryland team could glvo Puiialiou all
, Hho wanted, but although this would round, plajed yesterday, when he nosed
welterweight who make an Interesting football featuroj'"'' " victory over W. II. rioet.. 5-7.
West VlrRlnla as It's Improbable that uny gaino will Im ' Hs heat lleardmoro liithla
has been matched nrriitiKcd. Tho Oulm lmv t in .... round 7-C. r,-? in n,n se,ni.iiiini m.
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wiih Jim iioao. the local boxer, over out of training, and several of Ihem'ow beat tlreenwell and Hosh beat
tho IS-rntind route. The milt will bo Including Captain Paly, want to Ret ' Htecri-, both inntcheH being taken In
pulled off on the ufternoon of Satur- out of Intercollegiate for the time be-jthnc straight seta, llletow Ih ascratch
"..,. 'ihist i'., ui rtiiueiic l-arK. ing ami Ret ready for the hlR leaguo.inm". hllu Itoss' baiidlcap Is owo 1
iiiiti. are several Roon scrappers 111 soccer season.
inei.eei. mm mere ih talk of Retting up Following wero the lineups yester-
.. nnii-n in nnry-iiriiiy contests, lit ijay:
which such Mars of tho squared clrclo Puniihou W. Hltchcock-Cownn. Ic.
as Mcdulre and McClrntli would bo Itenton-Miirkhom. It.; Tlmberlake-Poe
iiiinciicii against tno visiting bluo- poe. le : Molr. Inm,,.. r i
"' Ifrntltl rl ! Ilnnu
OF GOOD THINGS
Coney, rh.; Murray, f.; Han Hitch
Lollege of Hawaii Yap, le.; Pratt,
Jlf.; Turncr-Lcmko. lg.; Piialuhl-Ilaru
Thanksgiving presents wero handed '""' c-' ,IoU rK-i Maruichi, rt.; Yn
out this morning In police court to six '"Whlro, re.; Marcalllno, q.; nice, Ih.;
iirnnirnp.iu i.n niAi... i n., , ... FrUscr. rh.: Cnuseti. t.
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Ing Day loo strenuously yesterdnv.l Omclals Radcr, rilferee; Courtney,
Judge Monsarrat win, tho giver of tho """Hire; iiiiamson. Held Judge; Ilal-
rooiI things, and County Attorney ",,,,'1"'' head linesman; Campbell and
Cathcart was the father of Iho hoo-1 "'""" "nwH.
When the names of six drunks worn
railed by Olllccr Weed, Cathcart moved
for suspension of tho sentences. Judge.
PONT BE BALD
.fiirlj Any Ono .Mny .Secure u Splen
did (Irowlh u( Hair.
Monsarrnt granted tho request of tho
county attorney, and tho defendants
walked out of tho courtroom delighted.
Doth Judgo Monsarrat and County
Attorney Cathcart wero kind-hearted
Ibis morning. They worked together
Harmoniously. chief McDullle, who
Plates wero laid for thlrty-llvo nt n
wntched tho proceedings, simply smiled 'T'm"k"Klvl,": ,llnlH'r which was given
TEAM NO. 2.
"A Car for tho Discriminating Few"
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Season of 1912
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AMERICAN TOURIST Typo 34 2200
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 1250
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I,. Waldron ii
A. Jordan 7
TEAM NO. 3.
U. Olffard (capt.) 1 Scr.
II. Walker 2 g
Wilder a jd
W Klebnhu 4 15
Reiser 6 IS
Woon r, m
It. Iteldford 7 j
iih the defendants received tho Thanks
giving presents from tho Judge.
Tho case against Hasegawa, charged
with embezzlement, went over until
next Monday morning. Qiilnn appear
ed for the defendant this morning.
Hack Inspector Cleorge Holt this
morning sworo out warrants for the
arrest of aeven harkmen, mostly Jap
at the Y. W. C. A. Homestead on Klnc
street last evening, Tho repast was
served on long tables which tiro kept
for holiday occasions. Tho decorations
wero of scarlet, hibiscus and trailing
vines, and the place cards were em
colors. On each card were two or three
clover conundrums. These furnished
the Incentive for animated table talk
John W. Short, secretary mf the Ha
wall civil service district, announces
an oxauiliiatlun for first Rrado and
clerical positions in tho position of
oneso mid Chinese, for violation of the "'"' "f,er "l0 ro',,' when tho com- deputy collector und clerk and store-
pany gatnereii in Iho Immense living Kcepcr-sauger In iho Internal revenue
We have it remedy that has ulded to
grow hair and prevented baldness In
93 enses out of Inn cases whero used
according to directions for it reason
able length of time. That muy seem
llko n strong xtotcment It Is. and w .
mean It to be. nnd no ono should doubt
It until they have put our claims to
un actual lest.
Wo nro so certain Ilexall "93" Hair
Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent bald
ness. stimulate the scnlp mid hair roots.
stop falling hair und grow now hair,
that wo personally give our nositlvn
guarantee In refund every penny paid
us for It In every Instance, whero It
does not glvo entlro satisfaction to tho
Itexall "93" Hair Tonic Is as pleasant
to use. iih clear spring water. It Is de
lightfully perfumed, und does not
grease or riiiii tho hair. Two sizes,
50c. mid 1.00. Willi our guarantco
back of It, you certainly tako no risk.
Sold only at our store Tho Rcxall
Sloro. Iloniou, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Fort und Hotel streets.
county ordinance. Holt said tho tie-
fondants wero found on stands other
than thoso especially designated hy
law. Tho trial of the defendants will
ho next Monday morning In pollco
TEAM NO. 4.
Halstoad (capt.) 1
Simpson ,,,; 2
II. Ilooth 5
J. Mclnerny 0
A. Lewis 7
(Jill beat Aligns, Halstoad heal (llf-
fard, Kcdllistoii beat Weight, Simpson
beat Walker, (lalt beat Young, Jamie-
son beat Wilder, Fmiwlck beat Carter,
Klebahn beat Kwurt, Smith beat
Mm so, Ilooth heat Reiser, Phillips heat
Waldron, Woon beat Mclnerny, Iteld
ford beat I.owls (by default), Iliithwcll
Olll bent Hiilsleiid. aiffurd beat An
gus, Hedlngton beat Simpson, Weight
beat Wulker, Jamie-sou beat Feuwlck,
Carter beat Kwart, Smith beat Hoolh,
Morso beat nelser, Woon beat Phil
lips, Mclnerny beat Waldron, Roth
well heat Relilford, Jordon best Lowla
Angus beat HaMcad, Olll heat Olf
rard, Walker boat Redlngton, Weight
beat Simpson, Jamleson beat Young
(by default),, Oalt bcut Wilder, Klo
biihu beat Carter, Kwart boat Fenwlck,
Reiser built Smith, Ilooth beat Morse,!
Phillips bent Mclnerny, Rothwcll beat
Lowla (by default),
NEW PLANT FOR
What will ho ono of tho most com
plclo colil-ulnriigo plants In tho Tor
iltory nnd said In many respects to
ho tho' mnst modern of nil, Is to ho
Installed Immediately hy tho Hono
lulu Japunoso Sake Urowory company
at the font of Pacific Heights.
Architect II. L. Kerr has completed
plans for this now plant, which has
all tho iip-to-data nppllnnccs sclonco
can Huggcst. Tho Honolulu Iron
Works Is furnishing $10,000 worth of
machinery and tho construction will
Wltull 1111 outlay of $15,000.
room, theso wero rend aloud and tho
answers supplied miild much laughter,
Tho menu consisted of i.oup, turkey,
cranberry sauce, mushed Irish pota
toes, sweet potatoes, celery, corn, sweet
plcklo salad, mlnco pie, chceso und
Tho evening's entertainment also In.
eluded charadcH and guessing contests.
In addition to tlm regular boarders nt
the Homestead, 11 number of young
women and men who are away from
homo mid to whom It wiih anticipated
tho day would be fraught with terrors,
are grateful to Miss Moyer and Mrs.
Smith for their kindly hospitality.
e i 1
A littlo chmnpagiio Is a dangerous
thing; too much of It Is 11 corker.
TO THE OLD RELIABLE!
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
Ing 8treet Phoni
FOR RED CROSS
Tho Chinese women of Honolulu
aro going to tnko a baud In war in
China, Inasmuch iih I hoy are going tn
form a Chlncm branch of tho Rod
Cross: horo, and n mooting for that
purposo Iiiib been citllod for noxt Sun
day und will not bo exclusively n
Chlnouo nffnlr, but all Interested nro
Invited to attend.
Ono of tho principal features of tho
Institution will ho tho furnishing of
lint and bandugcB for Iho wounded
In the. homo country rebellion that la
Borvlro. Iho examination In bo held
boio on December 10, For further
Information address Mr. Short nt tho
local custom houso.
DECDMHER 9, AT 8 O'CLOCK!
A Rattling Contest of 12 Rounds by
Of Honolulu and
George "Slim" Gilmore
CARIt At Leahl Home, Nov. 30, 1911,
miss a. f, carr, aged 34 years,
Many 11 man snvoa money only to
Iti'P It by lending it to some man
80LDIER WOODARD, the Pride
of Fort Shafter, and SAILOR
CLARKE, the Navajo Wonder. 1
i ROUNDS I
WRIGHT of Camp Very and
PRINCE of Fort Shatter. i
A GO DETWEEN VISITORS 1
FROM THE U.S. FLEET )
Contestants Selected at the Ring
Ringside ., .. ., w m $2.00.
Orchestra .....,-.. Lsa'
Oeneral Admission 1.00
139 Merchant Street
wl.o didn't savo auy.
'nikifoli ill iJB.