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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, OEC. 2, 1911.
IHl MANY ARTICLES TOR iUi
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The Bulletin's Page of Sport:
WEEKEND SPORTING EVENTS
FIND NAVY MEN PROMINENT
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King St, next Young Hotel Telephone! 1874 and 1875
toon with Hip first division of Iho
Pacific rrulsor fleet oft on crulso to-
liiy nml tomorrow, tlio fcntnrcH In lo
ill srts will ho the various tonnu
mil ntlilulcH from the navy.
Tho big benefit IllHOll.lll In lip nl.iv.
piI roi n fund (o send tho Hwlmmor,
Dnko Kahnnamokti, lo the United
BtutCB. Will hO imrtlclll.ltpil III hvimuv
Tim gnmos will he pavo,i at Ath
letic rnrk, beginning nt l:.to nVlnek
tomorrow nficrnoon, tho card being:
I Mil U. S. S. Colorado vs. Asahls.
3 U. 8. S. Went Vlrsinln v All.
Ah aniiniinccil In tho 11 ill let In
vesterday, holh tho Hawaiian band
.ind the hand from tho Colorado will
TIiIh nficrnoon tun nmn. In n...
JIM HOAO SHOULD MAKE
Local flRht fan, who tin I Ihelr an.
petltes whetted for roihI ring events by
tho two nights or boxing singed re
cently by tho Pacific Athletic Club.
IN BALL GAMES
Athletic park, tho Navajo nlno moot- '" ",vo a ihnncc next Haturdny to !. . , . . .
itiR tho Colorado, and tho Went Vlr-!1100 ,l ",l" cr hc longer route. Jim rirSt ClaSS ArtlCIC PrOIIllSed
ptnln iilfiilnn Ihn Mm, Pmnlru !... I Thtc AftapnAnn nnrl Ciitrln.i
lent scries aro being plavod off, at local men
glnla ilalntr Iho Hfth Caxalry. Port
Roger may possibly substitute for tho
It wan somewhat of a disappoint
ment to local ring fans to learn that
no matches ashore will ho allowed Ihn
fleet boxers, n there was talk of rov
crnl lively mills In which men of tho
Moot might meet Hawaiian rlnc gen
erals. The regulation Is made appar
ently, howovor, with an cc to tho
pood of tho navy, nni probably also
as a rebuke to tho creed of promoters
In other parta of tho country who
made, tho professional side of boxing
too pronounced for tho service. That
condition does not oxlst In Honolulu
and there will bo much sincere regret
that (ho bora from tho emitters nrn.
not try "conclusions with some of tho
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NI2W YORK. November ''0 Willi
big circles under her pretty cjes, duo
to the excitement and shock of u
raid" by Ynlo students on thn since
nt New Haven, where sho was pla
Iiir Saturday night. Uahy Desivs de
clared sho was going right home, and
gao hh her Impression of tho Amcrl-
First consignment of this Cel brated TABLE WINE to reach
Territory from Portugal.
Cases of 1 doz. Large Bottles, $6.50
" 2 doz. Small " 7.00
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MADISON, Wis. Nov 23. That cnl
lego football I honcjiomhcd wlthcnr
ruptliin all over the country and that
the whole sjsteni Hlimitd be Hiibniltted
to n thorough housc-clcniilng Is the
nplilliui of Dr. C'luirlcH McCarthy, as
slstnnt coach at Wisconsin for many
"I know that npor In the hlrtnrv of run ,niia ,nn .!,. ,.. i,..
.... wu..vBu ..., ... ..... mi.j .mil iiivi.
roollulll. lip Hnlll, "WHS tlicro llioro In Inritn niltnlinru Inr Ihn Hl !..... ..n
coriuptlim than at prcsint In tho that exciting occasion:
IJast It Is cen tlio ruKtom to nick "ll l n vnimi. niim.i
out some hcay boy with fair lutein- "He Is u six-vcar-old In bin tun,..
Kcnte and cot sonic aluinniiH to sco ties.
that lio Kctx tbrouRh 'iiren' srliool nml. "Iln U n notv nnrl nf l.n,.,n .....
then Into (ollrce. Tlicy are inrcful not tuio.
to get plug iiRlles. It Is Hystemutlcand
"In the West, ns well as In thn iimt.
alumni associations will loan money to
a promising man on a note. If ho
makes Rood the note Is hover collect
ed. Up can not "squeal, or the note
"."J b iollpcted.,r The giants who nrn
showing up on these teams aro cl
a n it
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this Afternoon and Sunrlay.
Benefit for "Duke" Fund.
The ball season Is over so far as the
Onbu senior lcitguo Is concerned, but
that doesn't mean that tlicro Is no
tnnrc bnnebnll on tap. Not tiy n long
shot. With a crack-n-Jack nine on
each of the Ihn cruisers looking for
matrhei, mid severnl army teams also
anxious for games, to say nothing of
the fast Junior lengucrs, there Is fan
food and to spare.
This afternoon the West Virginia
nine will hook up with the fifth Cav
alry There is keen rivalry between
the army ami tlio navy, and there
should be something doing right off
the lint. The act nml kiiiiip of todav's
double-lieadcr will be between the Nil-
valo and Colorado teams
Hundns's iiirit Is a corker The speedy
AkiiIiI, ti'P-notihirs of tlio Junior
.eigne, will try cpiiiIiisIoiim with the
''oloruiM tciiin, anil an All-ll.iwall
toinbliiiitlun will take on the West Vlr
slnlt lltv gaiiKw' will, as usual, bn
pin) c 'I nt Atliletli- Park All the gain
retelpts Siinday will go Into a fund
that Honolulu sportsmen are raising to
send Duke Kahaiiaiuokii to New York
to rhon I4iKterners what really fast
swimming Is llko
u i n
IIiniii, the louil mlddlewelglit, has been
matched with Ucorgo (lllmori-, a Const
scrapper or some, reputation, and on
.... - .1 . ... . ...ill llllll .llllllllll U'lllll 1
paper Hip ,m,lt ,, , , ,, lne i(f nh M 4 o.iiotk nt(
..1IUI..I1- ii. ii iiKrivii.os.iiig iai who
us.tl to stand up with Htiuile Ketibcl
us a spin-lug pirtner, and who tins
won it uiiinbir of limr battles In and
around tfm Craml-an 1 1. inn's revoril
Ii well knowii lnr- Clliin.m In wjnrl.
Ing out at th.i naval station, ami .11,,,
Is i,I,m g. tllng lulu tfiMHl shape for thu
"A Car for tho Discriminating Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 56 "...S4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 2250
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakea and Hotel 8ts. ... Phone 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Sole Distributor
m Young Hotel Laundry
ixuaranteed brood Work
WORK TO START
Triuk work Is noxt In line for Iho
athletes nf I'unnhoii and nlroady thcro
'ft t ilk or dual incots with n Irlplo
meet nt tho closo of tho season.
HnllllavH will murk tho cloau of the
fall sport and the oikmiIhk of winter
nn( uprlng ovents, and track and
baschnll candidates will soon bo shak
ing, themselves up for competition
Krom present nroHiiects Piinnhmi uin
le ably represented on the track and
wnn goon competition somo Islaivl
marks ought to go.
U ti It
BALL PLAYERS DON'T
GET CUT ON PICTURES
Tho National llxsnhall r'mir.iui
In a finding recently nmiln nnl.iin
Miya mat neiinor tho Now York Na
tional pluyois nor tho players of tlio
Philadelphia Americans tiro entitled1 to
n Bhnro of tho money obtained from a
moving picture company for the prlvl
lego of taking pictures durlni, tho
world' championship sorles.
rho commission declares that tho
13300 puld by tho picture concuin for
tho courehslnn has beon credited to
tho general fund of tho commibslon
and will bo applied to tho payment of
operating expenses. The mattur was
brought to tho attention of tho com
mission by President Lynch c; tho
Nntlonnl League, who, during tho
world's Belles, was lutndpd u wHiimi
communication by tho inemhors of tho
CHICAGO. Nnvpmlinr IT. Mnvlni.
forward tho dato for beginning tho
world's baseball scrleH next year to
October 7 will not tliango tho num
ber of gnmeH to bo played by either
of tho big Icaguea. Tlio schedulo will
remain nt 1S4 gumcB, tho same aa it
has boon for sevornl years.
In the East thn final chiiiph nrnh.
ably Will bo played on Saturday, Oc
tober 6, whllo In tho West tho seaBon
will bo lirolonced for 11 dav In nrder
to permit of Sunday contests.
0 1 1
Iy staged at Hip Or
Tberu wilt lie several
U 8 . i
'He turned 1110 Into a collcgo jell.
Ho mada 1110 want my mother.
''I am 'going home,' alio continued
In a tired little volca. "I nm-homo-
alck. 1 want to 8eomy thcr. It
Is bo different over hoio, and I want
to go to Paris. Mr.HIiiilwirt wnnt
UIO lo go to thflWfi-tl (tftlirnrnln rl.w
but I shall noCgo so-far away. 'It "he ,K)t M
Is too long and. too tiresome to travel, pheiim Theater
and I don't like America so very good prelims.
iiiiicn. 1 no 100a is good, nut I am '
"You see, I wasn't expecting that
It was possible for them to take such
liberties In a theater. They climbed
upon tho atago and surixiundod me, I
nml oven tried to take souvenirs from 1
mo. I held my pearls, for tho'strands
might have biokcn In thn mmi i-,,ui. I
about me. I waa terribly frightened.
"Well, It did seem strange that1 There have b,en iiii-iiIktIpss cases
those great, brond-shotlldorod young of ihamplonshlpH claimed by this
men could nit like so many children lighter 01 that one. but Din McKct
or joung animals. They turned mo rlik. manager of Jon Jeaimette. among
Into it colleen veil, wlih nhmm in ..,i,-. . . . ..
..i.... .11 , . , -"I'ln-ip. mm niNiiii niicncu tne
unison, which grow louder and louder, limits. JUKetrlik not 0 has read
Wo want Oaby! Wo want daby!'" Jack Juluison out .,r m iiii.. i.m '.1..
FOR OAHU GOLFERS
CHICAliO. Ill oniclals of the Unit.
ed Htntcs (loir Association have starl-
rd thn work of haildkapplng tho mem
bers of 324 clubs iissoclatod with tho
nntlonnl body, '
Secretary Watson has Issued a hand-
..litres Hint Sam Uingrord lias forfeit
ed all rights Reasoning nlong this
line, Daniel has It ilnpiil that Jon Jean
netto Is the real and only heav) weight
champion or the world, nml as hih Is
preparpil to incept challenges from the
world at large
AUKetrlik takes It for granted that
Johnson's retirement Is no I'attl af
fair, but all wool mid a iril wide. Ho
savs that It Is, tlun-forp, clear that
Tho Hawaiian buiiii will nluv this
evening at K, of P. Hall for tho Olvvl
Nntll. Oil Rllllflni. Ihn l.nnrl will t.loi.
Phone 1862 Union & Hotei';n,l,cnihlT ,,nrlf J",rl ,l"' "
nil rniinri tn iii, . 1..1
s. ! a, mi i itiLii Liiii -iiiih nrn
nnkn.1 in rp,,nr. .1...1--1..1. ..... ...... ",0 c linniiil(inhlii Im In itpfuult Kiir-
on par. of all player whoso handicaps "" '"' K'"" "" "' renmrk ",at ,1"-
aro six strokes or under "rH "r" f"lrl' ''Ncn I,;1",1,' Jeunnctto
Par Is described as i.crfcct nlav with. "'"' '""K'""'. "" two logical candl-
out -fluke." and under ordinary condl- T. """""Kl' ,l" tMnk ,l,,,t ""'
tloits. allowing two strokes r..r n,.,.i, Jorlt' "' '"-""I '" ft or his own
putting green In making this ruling
tho United States Oolf Association has
blended par with Imgey,
In computing llgures under tho new
United Statis (I. A table tho par rat-
lllCT llll,n III 111,. t(.t.ln I. hn ...1.11
'" " ' ' ." mil uriiiirarv. ...
und oniclals of dub, ,.rn ,.ii,i ... ,u" l""''" "' tho heavyweight title,
make ullowan.es for the lav nf tho ""'' '"' M npPn '" flR,lt ""' man '"
ground, the severity of the Imxards and " wnr''' f"r ""' '"""l""- ' "'"II
other factors that might add to tho T "!l0r l'"MBr"nl' '"'Bl, I de
dlltltulty of the hole. ",'"lr r ,Nrr ttln" "''' '"" tl0 ring
K'amdiiiiiicha swier nlitiers will
hate a bus time of It this arternoon,
with K'nin Alumni tpaiii plavliig the
school team met ting the Malles at the
mine lime on the new Held
Tho Kain soct er tennis urn hIiovvIoi
Up well this fall, but will have their
hands' fbll todnv The alumni Is tout-
id us a strong nggr gallon. '
FOR UMPIRES URGED
of spring tralnim? recentlv siicupsIimI
for umpires In the Nntlonnl and Amer-
lean leagues Is advocated by Charles
tl. Williams, secrelary-trtasurer of tho
Williams would ilt-tnll umpires of (lie
National I-ongtio with teams of the
American, whllo umpires on the Amer.
lean stuff tin servlco In tlio National
"Iiich spring Minis the star batsmen
of tho game freiiuently strlklmr out
before mediocre pitching," said Wil
liams lust night "This In a measure
Is duo In tho fact that the ball looks
unnatural In Its Journey toward the
platn and often It takes threo weeks
of practlso before the baiter recovers
his co. Tho samo condition exists
with tho umpire, who Is back of tho
catcher passing Judgment on bulls."
ANOTHER "WHITE HOPE"
CAPTURED IN OREGON
A real new "whltp hone" Is ubout lo
bo sprung on Hip Halt Francisco tight
fans. Al White, who rcRtilntcH the
destinies of tho big training camp In
Oakland, has a husky who. ha nrnni-
Ises, will bo battling for the world's
tllo within a jeui. The )oungster
weighs 199 1-2 pounds stripped, and
stands 6 feet I Inch In his stocking
feet Tlie lad's name Is Kill Sloan, and
I lie hulls from the wilds of Oregon Ho
Tho Mcllnurnn Cup, Iho most fam
ous of tho horso incing ovents In Aiib
ralln, and which was run a month
igo, was won by The Parisian with
Klavinn tilting second placo and Dldus
'bird. Although the event was hold
necks ago local sportsmen havo before
been imabtw In get a lino on tho re
sult. The greatest Interest was centered
'n tho race this vour owning to tho
fact that Tr.ifalgir. nerhans tho boat
known horso on tho track at tho pre
sent time In Anstrnlln, had been sup-
poncti to tirst p ico In Iho bottlnc
and was a hot favorite.
Tho course at I'cllnglnn. Victoria.
was crowded when tho Inst bell wont
ind the horse, came out for tholr
preliminary. Thlitj -three faced tho
starter and when the Inrrlcr 'wont up
got iiway to a good start.
All o.ves wero watching Trafalgar,
the game old horse that his won
many a stiff battle und for tho first
part of the Journey he held his own
ell After the two mile post had
been passed tlio field was strung right
out, the distance telling on mnno of
tlio gieen honu.
Trnfalgir was well with Iho bunch
when the last half mite was entered
tin! It looked ns though his backer
lad made a pood puma .v. tii i.-..
pea ted the finish, howovor. his chance"
did not look id well and Just nrtcr
the dlstancu h.nl been ptsted and tho
final dash was being mint., for the
sist Tlio Parisian n romrar.itlvn mil.
slder eamo aw ly with n rush and
crossing tho lino won thn nn,ii
Irophv. ihiM.jj followed bj Klivluti,
who Is a sou of Klivus mill In-l l.nJ
hind again Dldus. This Is tho first
time lor somo je.irs that tho cup has
been won by such an outsider.
BOUNCED BALL GETS
RULE MAKERS' GOAT
PItOVIDIINCi:, K. I. Nov. 25 Tho
literal Juterpntation of thn .football
rule governing Held go its which pfi-"
ibltd Prlmctou to defeat Dirtinouth
'ast Saturday on a kick which hound
ed uliing the ground before inwulrig'the
lar, remit to bull run hero the fact
that I'ltibrr Itadbournn nf the ISM
Providence, team liUlsted that If bo
delivered a ball that struck tho ground
In front of thn homo unite and then
hininilcil ovir It at the legal height, a
Atrlkn should be tailed Itadhourno
bucked up his contention with tlio
rnics. wi un mil not Htippiri' iimi iim
liull must tin delivered from til" bund
over the plate, being always In the air.
The rules auheiiiPiity wire chunged
lo prevint furtlitr controversy The
rule milkers said thev ilhl not mni
howling as In crkktt. but straight
' tt n tt
NEW ZEALAND HONORS
AMERICAN TENNIS MEN
AUCKLAND. N X. Nov 22 Tlip
American lawn tenuis team, thullengers
for the Dwlglit Davis International cup.
William A Uiriiul, Maurice i: Mc
l.oiiolilln and Heals C Uriel, t. who ar
rived on the steamer Zcnlanilla. were
Riven a elvle reception today. Tho
Americans will go to Wellington and
then to Chriitchurch. uhcrn thn chat.
lengn iouiiiI with tho Australians will
be Plaied .
"I lllllkn flw. illr.it .Inipn
"that Utugrord wiih spirited 'out of '" " Kfaduato from tho University of
this country to uvold another meeting ri'Kon. whero ho was a member of th
with Jeiinnilte. Sp aking by the hook, f""""111 ie"" White liopes to Intro
Jiannettn stands out as the man rlKht-' i'1'0 ,,lm wrtually to all tho tricks of
tl,M iriimn t.nil llmii ..ml l.l... .H..k.u,
-..- r....,v ...... ...v., niii. iiii,, Hfillllw,
tho linrdrst men In his class.
i.' .u i, i ii inrniTTifiJm Je. miMie
Colonel I). C. Dodgo Is a visitor In1
Hawaii, ucconipunlcd by MfB. Dodgo
His name and personality aro known
Ihroughnut that part of the United
States that lies west of tho Mississippi
liver, ror tho loading parts ho has
taken In tho construction of largo
railway lines, among which msv bn
mentioned tho Union Pacific, tho
Denver and Itlo fJrando, tho Rio
Orando Western and tho Mexican
Colonol Dodge Is down bore for n
thorough rest and pleasant vacation.
Wisdom often consists of keeping
vvlmt you know to )ourself.
I with my man
I Sounds llkn a comlo opera, doesn't
In the inuinthiin J Arthur Johnson
holds fust to thn title.
KitANCIH Al tho Maternity Home,
Honolulu, November 30, 1911, to
Mr. and Mrs. H. S Prancls, a son.
TO THE OLD RELIABLeI
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
lng Street Pho
ORDER OF MOOSE
U) tho middle of December tho fast
growing local branch or tlio Lojal Or
dor of Mooso will havo decided upon
plans for Its now building. Already
sevoral hustling committees aro nt
work, Including committees on site,
equipment for tho cltibhoiiso and
equipment for Iho gymnasium.
Orgunlzcr lotig snld jesterduy that
thero aro now sevon hundred mem
bers and that this number will short
ly bo doubled. Tho principles for
which tho Order of Mooso stands aro
popular horo and although tho organ
izers arrived only a rcw wooks ago,
Iho branch has been a success from
A meeting will he held probably
about December H to come to final
arrangements regarding a building,
DIX'UMIIDIl 9. AT K O'CLOCK ,
A Rattling Contest of 12 Rounds by
Of Honolulu and
George "Slim" Gilmore
SOLDIER WOODARD, the Pride
of Fort Shatter, and SAILOR
CLARKE, the Navajo Wonder.
WRIGHT of Camp Vry and ,
PRINCE of Fort Shafter.
A GO BETWEEN VISITORS
FROM THE U. 8. FLEET
Contestants Selected at the Ring
Ringside , ., -,200
Orchestra . , 1.50
General Admission 1.00
139 Merchant Street
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