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Tigers Can Lay Claim to the
Since 1903 A Review of
l'rlnri Inn en 11 luy claim In the font-.
lull ihaiiiiihuishlp for the llrsl time,
slnml'iul II look the TlRei elKht lean
v.ui to njv the d.lli lolls mid siitls -
flng .li.iinplonshlp ImiuiiiiI. And th.i
meil li.is liii .mull, more ill llehtf.lt
.1 has Im tu iiui.le more ihllghtfut
h Ihe kunwli.lgc Unit It wus eittiK.I
illriLllj hj heating holh Yule and Ilnr
nid In 1!MU, the hist year the Jer-
.jm.ll lx.lt the NlW HllVcll llggreg.l-
lion, Ynle In tut n d.f.i.led Harvard,
thus iilvlni; tlm Tlg.rs n more or less
uupmv.d till.1. Hut this enr holh
Harvard mid Yule full bifuio the might
of the Ormigo mid Hhtik eleven,
Prlucitnu this time Ii.ih a solid found. I
tloii on whli h lo l.i) iliilm to the llusl
.'III r.mthllll title.
Uutk In IsVii Princeton i. rfnrmi d tlm
same fi nt shii .IM lids year. Ill that
etiini' .11. 1 Pini urn .nil. ii'ili. ill ..mi-
K.aso.1 Ihe Ormme mid lll.ick defeated I
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in i ii i ii iiiiii iiiit- in t in ii i mi iiiiiiii
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ill. ll lllllll linn i.ii in.' .'(.ii il'i..... ........ . ii
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the II iiiiii' a id llliiik dd not meet.' ,, ' . ..,,,,
. i .. ..... . - i.. .. ... .... ...ini'ii lvnii Statu Iw consldi red In
.iimi .lit ..ill) jit'ili ill .ill- iiiii'i nil in'
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., , ,,,, ,,., ,, . ,. i , . I Mini. U.irtinout i taril holh lliirvard
ii shady lie was 1903 Hut I iIiikh ael . ,, . , , . ' ... ,.
.... , , .. -.. . . , and Princeton and lust the tun k. n
ut last turned for the Tiger mid turned' . , . , ., .', i . . . i . .
In. a way that h.. Princeton men still,"" "" ""' A ''Tn-l "".". n ,
celehratlntf ,l,,'1 r,??n. ", lct "r .f,' 7, "" "'""
and a hlu.ke.1 punt, with the hall roll
Prliicu.m Iiiif. iliM.il h.r se.ison ' ,,, m,.r .,. K011, Hnv tuT n .,rVard
Peiin and I'ornull, Once c.nsldireU of ,,,,r lu Co.r, spelled l.tor for the
. Imuiplun-dilp I Inilil r, hae lie. n he it- I (ri. ,.,,
in too of leu lo lllllll e lu the re. kun-
llur The Auny he.il Yale, hut the Cj
IrtH did not meet I'rhii.ton The Nay
In hi the (IrniiKe mid Itlack In u score
I. ss lie; I., hlch h. I.I the Tiki is In II
IM'. tie Hut It must he r.'llielllh. led
that Prluis't.m, Ynle mid llututid
count their uirly season itatnes as lit.
tie more than practise pr. partition for
their lontestH with aih other
This liclm; the case, the foothill
cli iiiiploiishlp of the I'-ist can he said
lu he detlilnl hy Ihe KHIlles h.tueetl
Princeton mid Ihirunil, Yale and
PrliKetou, mid Yale mid llarard
Pilli.eloii has healeu holh llnrv.inl nnd
Yah. this Benson, so the Yal.illarai.l
haltlo had no illrect Is'iirluc upon Ilia
PARTY IN KANSAS
v, .CHASED BY,W0LVES
MIIAlli:. Kn.. NoM'intii-r in V. A.
Motrin, his daughter, Mrs lleulali
llohltts, and MrH J O .IhIiiihiiii, llilui; Heiiger oil hoard tltu Ward Lluu steam
in Clay enmity, wcro chased hy liuti- 'tililp Mexico, which left fur Havana
r.ry woUcr while ilrhlnc home from
Mcadx Monday nlKlit. It wus sliortly
ttftor il.uk wlioii they started Soon
alter tlu-y ctosaed Crooked cieek tlu-y
found Ihi'iiihi'lvei! heliiK followed hy
Ilia pack. Morris hail u lot of fresh
tnt'tit In tlm carrlai;.', un.l It Is imh
aide the litlligry wohes K"t nccttt of
thin Morris was unarmed, hut
Htnppul tin) train, and with u whip
1 it ft licit ut tho animals. They showed
llRht, iltnl tin Whipped up Ilia teaill
mid iiiiul.' a wild dash for tlm noaicst
It wiih In u sparsely xeltleil nee
tiott, mid Morria thcrlird tint pack
front tliuii to tlmo hy throw Ini; out
tlm ui.iiil. Tim p.uty finally reached
homo Just nlii'inl of the pack.
The last uiimher of Ihe American
Tourist, Hotel mid TniMl News, pull.
Ilsh.il hi CIiIciko. had mi InleieslhiK
wille-up of the Islands.
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
December 10, 1911
in mii,i:s is, yards
All the Crnck-a-Jnck Sprlntem
SOLDICn KING, JIMMY FITZGER
ALD, ANTONE KAOO, C. K, CHAR
LIE, FRANK SCHARSH, FRANK
(1ARDOZA (Filipino), F. J. WOOD
ADD (U. 8. S. Colorado)
(ilundstand .. . . .Tn Cents
Iiil'k of (limi.lsiiiud . . r,n c.nts
Set Hon D 2.1 'nits
lien. ml Admission . ...S.I C.nts
('lllllll en lu Cents
RACE DEQIN8 AT 1 1 30 P. M.
I GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE!
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
1176 King Btreet Phon. 24671
TITLE FOR YEAR
Coveted Honor for First Time
the Season Shows Unusual
.llspnsltl.m of the Imaginary title Nor,
for that imittir. would the vlitnry of
West I'oliil oir Yule .V Ii Id the Army,
supieinac had the Hlue beat, n Prince-
bin And thin beenii. of Ihe utiurlt-
tell law ill the gridiron .oile Unit
throws nut the ciirl games I'rlnc. ton.
Yale mid Ilaivar.l pluy
llurwird and ale both raln.il moro
ground In their giimcs with Prln.cton
than did the Tlgirs, hut In root lull like
Ill cvir thing .Ise It Ii. the lesult that
counts. And the result shown! I'rlncc-
'" I .uir lenni. i.xp.ns iiKree
that the one thliiK which helped lie x ,,,,,.
TlKerH Kaln the ihamploiili p was the ..T(, ref,,rw lnn ,)ow. ,H i,tlo
ahlllty of Ihe Priiccllm pixels, m- r ,i(K.nr ,,. )aU dead when any por-
Ims.-I.iIIv Sninniv lille. lo n.llon th.!.(,n f m ,.,. (-lt. runner) ex-'
hall They hail their ee on the pin- , ,ih -,.,,, ,,,, fwli tt.,(.s t,
SKHl conilllllllll. I
O.rtmoulh . Runner-Up,
" as Princeton must I
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with tin? title, s.i
Dartmouth, I .
Yale and Mar- '
The Army heat Yale; the Indians
heat Harvard, and Pi'litl Stale liasf-nne
throimh the season tinhealen, ilefeathiK
the UnUerslly of Pentislanl.i team
and hol.lliiK the N'iny to a sior. less tie
llri.Mii has Kline hack this star. losInK
to hntli Ynl.i nnd IlarMird, hut the
Navy has shown Rood form and has
the iriillt of a scoielcsH lie Knme with
The Inlersettlonal chnntploiislilp Is an
iiudeilned honor, an the defeat of the
MUlilgan team hy Cornell and Ihe tie
with Srncusi In the Kast was prac
tically eeneil up when two l'.iMerll
tennis fell victims to Western fouthiill
Pi'iiiisshaiilu ut Ami llurhur un.l
Curnell lit CIiIcabo
WILL WALK ACROSS
NEW YORK. November 10. Dou
Klau t'alrliuiikH. tlie actor, was u pus-
.today. Hi) suld ho waa koIiik to the
Cuban capital tn try to win u J WOO
waf.er made with (leorK M Coliun.
A week tltu KalrbuiikH und Cohan
were dlscitsslni; walking ex'dltloiiH.
and KalibunkH recalled that he had
wulked across i:nglatid, from Llier
kiii to Uiiidon, and III France from
Dieppe to Palls. This was leu years
ni;o, during his college duys.
Cohan then hett lie actor that the
latter couldn't walk from Havana tu
Matatiras, to tho West Cuban coast
mid hack lo Havana, u distance of
nearly Sun miles, In ti week, r-'alr-hiinkR
said hu could and would do It,
mill accepted the waiter of $1001) of
fered hy Cohan.
Willi 1'alihutikn tire two friends,
Cliner llootli of San Krunclsco, Cnl ,
und Curl Pfelrrer, Sheriff of RoLk
MOOSE SUGGEST KERR
BUILDING FOR HOME
At n nicctlm; held hv tho building
committee of lite Loyal Order of
iMooho wlllt U II Kerr lust night, the
ronuulttco bioaclicd tlto irnKislllou
of liawng n third story ndded to .Mr
Kerrs building on Alaken street and
of leasing this and tho second Hour
to the order. The plan waa tiiketi
under consideration and Mr. Kerr Is
now consulting with Ills architect re
Tlm Order of Moos.. Ih growing no
rapidly that n home of Kb own is
needed Immediately, and Ilia alto on
Altikea street is consldeied a splen
.11,1 one. lliisliioss h mm lug towards
this street and tltu building under
consideration Is iegurde.1 uh udiinr
thly suited, with Uto proposed
HILO RECLAMATION IS
NOT YET DETERMINED
That llllo will not lie able tn tako
up Ihe plans for llllliig In some of tho
Insanitary Inuds In that city as out
line,! by Secretary K. A. Mntt-Smlth.
seems tu bo lite general opinion from
down theie. He ohVuM lo sell the
lots to be subdivided out of the Putin-
hawal swamps that lie In the center
(I tho town on conditions that they
were filled lu. Htteets would bo open
ed iitovldltig that tho county would
do Ihe filling !u on llient.
The matter Is how up to tho sup
ervisors of Hawaii county but the
teem lo think Hint Ihey can do noth
ing uitlll next enr when Ihe proposl
linn may he started. The total cost
,ls estimated ut about $10,01)0.
H c a 1 1 UallnliBllf jtr.
I DID PRINCETON
ON YALE ELEVEN
Catch Point in the Rules Raises
Question of Legal
NP.W IIAVKN, I'onn. Nov 25. An
luttrcstlng question tin to whether the
Princeton tnucliloMi nguliisl Yule In
the big game was HleKiil under the
ruleH, has b.eit nilKiil hv followers of
the gntne AccnrilliiK " 'he section,
17. unrui-riudi C. of rule fi
..vheti nny portion of the person
,,.,,,,.,,, ,. inrls and feet) of tlm
(laa.r uirrj,K t. ,a tuuehed the
..,,.i ..,.. IU ..I,,..... u Iti tlie
itrii.i.,.1 .i In. n tlie i.lnt'i r Ik In the
grn,p ,,f nl, 01,mnent. the bnll I .lend"
, , 0,lMon (lf those who saw the
)nJi Iltt(, ,ac.(1(.,i n,tl. i,v. t. ,.K
an, ,i,m,,,'il him n nrd nnd n half from
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,irilllRn . Inmi mer ,,. yn. Konl
.,, . ... ., . 1,nrilIirn,1i1 s ,
--roiin.l. while he Is It. the uriiHii of an
J. . W -t- .? '
HUNDREO IN 9 3-6
Jack Donaldson of South
Africa won the world's cham
pionship sprint races In Mel
bourne, November 14, from A. II
Postle of Australia Pnstle won
the elghty-)Hrd sprint In 7 4-r,
hill Donaldson took the 100 and
llu-jard .lashes, the former III
'i:i-r, and -the latter In 10 4-.F.
The races were run on Ihe grass.
lV ? ' ? ?? f ?? s i
MEETINGS CALLED ON
HILO WHARF PLANS
Matters are moving ugalu In con
nection with the, llllo wharf agree
ment und It Is hoped by Rome that a
final agreement may he come to very
A meeting was held In llllo during
lust week when Ronio of the polnle
were settled. Those present were Dr.
It. U. Klllot, chairman: D. R. Metzger,
Judge "Wise, J. U McLeuTirMlnlef-l'sl-
and); U A. Thurston, (llllo Rail
load), and Superintendent of Public
Works Mnrston Campbell. The meet
lug was an utiorUclul one.
The matter comes up before the
harbor commission here tomorrow of
ternoon again nnd then before the
llllo Iloanl or Trade a week later.
Mler this the haibor coinnilssloii will
be usked to call a ssclul meeting on
the following Monday, December IS,
lu Ihe hoK) that the matter may he
FORMER H0N0LULAN IS
SEEING TRIPOLI SCRAP
J Q. WiHi.l, formerly of Honolulu
and now American consul ut Trisj
has been winning laurels for himself.
Ho wioto to (ioveruor Krear giving
'dm mime Impresslotts of the events
thai urn moving down there. He also
bends an aloha to nil his friends here.
He says that when lie was sent
there he thought that he wns going
lo some out-of-the-way jdaco whore
nothing would ever hapiieit. but now
Ilinls he Is in tho center of movement
He wus present at tho ceremonies
when tho Italian governor formally
took possession of Trliioll and ilui
lug the exciting day that followed tho
unexpected outbreak of the war. Ills
actions during those times have won
for him great praise, from Washing
ton and the New York Herald lu Its
European Issito also eulogises him.
DATES SET FOR
FAMOUS BIKE RACE
The dates have been set for the an
nual luteriiiithiiial six-day lilcjcle race
In Madison Square Harden The coil
lest will start one minute past mid
night Dtceiiiher 11 and lonlluue until
Saturday night, December li! As usu tl
the (lard. -ii will be op. u on Sunday
cuiilng. D.cemb.r 111, and u concert
by ll.tyue's Slxth-nlnlli Regiment Hand
will ilitiTtaln the crowd while prep.ir
atlous are being ina.l.i for the start of
th.i long gilnd,
This will hu tlm nineteenth renewal
of Ihe race Some of the best riders
In the woild will compete. On III.)
night pr. ceding the start of the six
day event, Saturday, December , n se
ries of slioil-dlsliiuco championships
will Ik. hi Id
Dr Preil finnilffllour of Plirre, 8. D,
writes to the Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee under dale of Noveuih. r 11 In
part ns follows: "Wu have Just pass
ed through a pr.lty stiff storm mid I
urn luinlii ring for Ifuwull I shall cer
tainly return to jour pnradlsu befote
many moons Send me u big supply
uf folders A number of my friends
nnd neighbors are getting v.ry much
Interested In Hawaii "
Talk Is cheap, (live us Ihe silent
lady on the silver dollar every time.
And a man's wlfo lovei
Page of Sports
IN BIG MARATHON
Fitzgerald and Kaoo Original
Match But Others Figure
to Have a Chance.
The much-postponed innriithoii nice
In lenllv mining off next Stiuduv, De
lemlii-r HI Flrt one thing mid then
uunth.r s.t the rnt.J forwm.l from
week to wiak hut now there lire In
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In. mi ttinr.i littnl,,. tiinl .lliniiili I ll z-
gernl.1 mid Atitone Knnii can Unlit It
out for snpr. miit
I jm,,. and the Wiilaltia llore nro
not the only start. r bv anv means, hut
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clal Interest atta.h.s to the' showing
that they make The Held has Krown
to sccn. all of whom llmirc that thev
mX(1 clmm,(1 , K(, , fll ,,,,
and .llnlsli at the hrad of the proies-
slon llesldes I'ltZRt-rnl.l and Ka
Soldier Klluf. Ihe army s ilst.r. I'
k. I'liarlle, the Chinese riinn.r. Prank
R.-hnrsh. Prank llarhor.i. n rillnltin who
Is said tn he a fast man. mid Wood
ward, from the cruiser Colorado, nre
.)' Ilarhoza Is an unknown, hut thoe
.-, who have seen him In action sav that
he Is the real thing III the distance
game He Is emdu)cd at Pearl Har
bor, and has been getting Into shape
hy little Jogs from there to Wiilalui,
',N covering the road lu fust time mid lln-
Milng In good condition There Is u
'' ihaiice tint Tsukamoto, the Jap'iuesH
runner, will also enter the rate
''' The inanrlhou will he run olT lit Ath
,., letlc Park A six lap track will be laid
out. and a. cording to the riiun.rs, coii
' dllioiis urn good for fast time
WHEN THE MINSTRELS
OCCUPY THE STAGE
It lias been a long time sin. e 1 1. mo
lulu lias hid a iiilustr. I show The one
to b given hy the Healanl Hoat Club,
under the direction of Sonny Ciinha,
nt the Optra House oil Thursil.iy Is lu
break the spell mid give the public u
change finin vaudeville at the picture
All that suggests amateur In this
shuw by the boat club seems to huvu
been ellmlliat.il. mid the lu.vs will go
on with the assuruiiie that ionics
usually from long experience before the
fools Krhcursnls nre rohlg on rRii
larly, nnd not once has a number of
the company been ubseut when he
should be present The I lionises lire
excellently tend. red mid the solos will
he enthusiastically received unless all
Coach Under of the Puiinhoii football
team Is to hive a song that will appe'il
to the crowd through Its college swing
nnd llavor, and the others on the pin
gram will have us good points, hut of u
different chara. ler II Is expected that
the sale of seats will produie u nest
egg that will ensure the coining of the
Coast oarsmen, mid us time will be
two performances. It Is dlltlcult In see
win re failure will have a look In. Seats
lire on sale tit Ihe Honolulu Music Co,
King slreit, near I'orl
JENNINGS MAKES $18,000 PER.
If llnghle Jennings signs a l'.Ul' con
tract under the same terms that he
worked under this .i.r, h will be lh
highest -prlce.l malinger lu the toiiii
try, barring only those who lnve slock
In the club which they manage And
he will probably top a few of those
This year llughle made more than $18,-
000. I'art mine In salary und the rest
its Ids share of Ihe Tigers' euruliigs,
Dr.cn.MHHIl , AT 8 O'CLOCK
A Rattling Contest of 12 Rounds by
Of Honolulu and
George "Slim" Gilmore
80LDIER WOODARD, the Pride
of Fort 8hafter, and SAILOR
CLARKE, the Navajo Wonder.
WRIGHT of Camp Very and
PRINCE of Fort Shatter.
4 ItOl'NDH- IS! POI'NDS
MUSSY BLANCH vt. HARRY
2 Ringilde, 1.50 Orchestra, tl Dal
cony. General admission, 75 cents.
139 Merchant Street
FLEET TEAMS ARE
NOW ROUNDING TO
THEIR TRUE FORM
Men Are Getting Limbered Up
and Piomise to Show Even
Better Ball In Future.
After a numb, r of priictli.'s ashore
the hall tenuis lllllll the live Cllllxrs
In poll are showing con.l.l.r.ilile lin
provein.nl mid are rounding into their
true form Tin men me gtltlug Ihe
kinks ...it of their wings mid generally
fnllliir Int.. Hi- swing of the game In
a wnl nht. h promises hlgh-chiss hall
In all the game plav.d from now until
the ships r.lurti tn San rraliclscu
I: S Hum Is light on Ihe Job, mid
has reiidjust..l the s. Iieiiule drawn up
bcfnie Hie tint arrived so that every
team gtts gooil games ani.iige.l on con
vent, nt dates. Hum has his Heaiits
In training and Is nut with a dell for
the best nine In lb. licit He doesn't
hold th" ihall. nge .lowu to one shlp'A
team, but sn)s he will take on a team
picked from the Im'i plav.rs In the
entire tint The Idea Is to apply the
gate receipts lo a big Itiau r.u thlrt'.'. u
men from each ship mid Ids own team.
Pollowlng Is the rev Is. . I schedule:
W. dnesihiy. Dc r. .Mm lulu! vs.
California, West Virginia vs Colorado.
S.iturd.i). Dec i rifth Cavalry vs.
West Virginia: Navajo vs .Maryland.
..liieilav. Die 13 NnvaJo vs.
South D.koin, Muiyl.iiul vs. Califor
nia S. lllllil IV. Ie. ir, Hnccs between
men of licet mid Inn. I runners, luogiam
to be iii.iured comprising events from
IV.) ..inls lo live miles
Sunday. Deo 17 Portuguese vs.
Maryland, Hilrj's Heauts b. champs
of lie. t
Wednesday. Dec 50 Navajo vs fleet
I. am; Port Rug. r vs. Iliit team
jtaliiriliy. D-c ss Abu and Wala
lua lo tneit team from licit
Suiidav, Dec It -Navajo or I'lfth
Cavalrv vs California, Harry's Heauts
vh pi. I. uf Hot
Superintendent of Education Willis
T Pope has at Inst announced tha
working (ii. in for the Hoys' Industrial
School He has been engaged on fig
uring this out 'Ver Jibuti hi. vvent ti
the Coast und had u louk over soma
of Ihe Indimtrlil si bonis there Noth
ing has hreii formally decided on as
it. but h will submit the following
to the bNird fur Its approval;
The isiilpmeiit of tlm school shall
consist of u farm of not less than
Incut) -the aires; In hu Increased In
proportion to the number of boys at
tending hv two und one-hulf ncres per
boy, and lo bo equipped with cisentUt
Shop equipped lo meet the needs of
the Industries of the environment.
Itclilencc! bllllillugs provided Willi
sanitary and culinary eidlpment for
properly housing und feeding the pu
Students shall be remunerated for
llii'li wurk In accordance with current
Vulue, to be determined by some sched
ule, such as time, prollt-shnrlug, or
Students shall work the first two
je.irs on the farm or lu the shopt of
the school and the last two years one-
half of each day hi tho Hi Ids or shops
of the Industry of the locnllty Ths
rest of Ihe day will he. Icvot.il to the
study of related i.cndcmlc subjects, e.
g., mathematics, g. ography or Industry,
reading and writing
The ile.Mirtmcnt of, public Instruc
tion will engage und pay nil Instruct
ors The Industry villi supply lands.
buildings mid equipments, mid piy Ilia
students working for th. in lu tlehls,
The sihonl shall cultivate the land
s. t apart by th Industry un.l pay ths
pupils out of the proceeds of the crop.
The mannger of the leading tourist
bureau of Portland, Ore., writes the
Promotion Conunltlce requesting an
Increiise.l supply of folders mid stating
that the outlook for truwl to Hawaii
from the Northwest after Jniiunry I Is
DECEMBER 7 AND 9
Given hy the Members of tha
HCALANI BOAT CLUB
1'or the purpose of railing
funds for bringing Coast
, Rowing Ciew fur next
Itegatla Div ....
EXCELLENT LOCAL AND PROFES
SIONAL TALENT WILL A83IST IN
J I PRESENTATION I I
Host otlke III HONOLULU MUSIC
Co Kini drift, near Port. Now open,