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mm, iind have, been kept nut of the
game for weeks and' In tome cares
months, because of their willingness
o take long Chances In the Interests
SAILORS HAVE FAST
MARATHON MAN IN
runner, who either loccldentally or ionK:6 ,,ance, gamo ,J??1kln,t. ,0': OntU Oirlo n.,elol4 n.,.,
wltlr Intent to Injure! met opposition WaIJ '? Me,n "real ballla of rlt SieS OVerlOOKed OppGT-sharp-shod.
' nn1 endurance. There are aeven cr-, funilip! to SpnrP nnrl Rimo
n noi. i Ma nnil e(ht possb)e ,tBrUrili Bnd luiiuiBb iu ouore ana uame
It l next to Impossible for the urn- thin large field assures Plenty of com- Ended In SllpnflP.
With the date for the big marathon
finally and definitely announced for
of thelr team., with, desperate base ".11 i f?"?' ' '
plre or the playera to distinguish be-
thl large field assures plenty of com
lietltlnn. nhnnlil niftier Vllyvnpnlfl ni
tween Intentional and occidental splk- Kaoo, the original pair matched, give
Ing. Ilase runners certainly have the out. A two-man race over the long
iikiii io uie imtiin. nnu wnen Itiev nre ....., I.. .. ....it,. ......... - t, . ... ,
l,l,,t,,l t,t ,ioi.i.. ni,i. ,L .-...c ... uu ....... n a,n.ana, ,u. uim iiurvnru aim vine io score in I he nig
Mocked by fielder waiting for the nr the other, but with three nines to ,.,.. ,...,.,.n.. . .i...n.i
, Wasted opportunity on both aides
wu& the reason for the failure of both
which arrived from the Coast today,
The Associated Press savs:
HO POWtrful nilH tin, ilefpnsf nml tirV
Tne sailors win lie out. in force to neglectful wire both teams of their
T5 didn't heur so much outcry
against the deadly spike during
hip diihi'uuu season just cloaeu I going In head
as woillil In I09 and 1910, until uml the "iiook1
Just before the curtain uas rung down
for the 'year. Then, when Snodgraaa
drove the steels Into Uaker III I 111)
world's series, there went up u howl
mat coum He iiearu rrom rorunmi, j great gHtne Is dear
Mo:, lu Portland, Ore., mid from Pen- come to know It Inl
throw, they of course go Into the bag struggle for and half a dozen men try-
fsAl float fplinH .. !,. . t w
.. ...... imn .,. iimir. vicious ing ror them, Interest Is kept up to
lilillna mama. . iilan 1 it ... a .. r r
"i,,nl" 1.U111W iniu riuj, nnil mo imror- the last mile,
tunate baseman limps off the Held. The snllnr.
t. n .....i".!:.J .'!'.,". J10 1' r."T,r hflT man' Woodward, along the opportunities that Harvard and Yolo
v reaTet. tl nrrhleni ., Li.i """" J0"1- Woodward comes from walked out of the stadium amid per-
ml .1. ,' or.wl,,ll!"r " Colorado, and Is said to be a beir feet silence without having scored u
rnklL kick .tentS1vm' "rP' Vrr "" ,llr,,,nC Prank Pc,",r',,, 'VliH against each other In their tlilr-
raklng k ck Intentionally evened up ,ler King, C. K. Charlie and Frank tvsecond annual football game
some ancient grudge, Darbo.a, said to be a Filipino speed Vole's opportunity to score tamo In
The spike question Isn't a vital one marvel, are the other sure tartr,i, the first three minutes of play, when
from a purely locnl standpoint, for few while Tsukamoto, the Japanese runner, x Hurvard fumble gave the ball' to tho
iiuiiuiuiu iiiuyern rem io uniierstnnu may come in c
the niceties of sliding; In fact, mot HUB
of tlierii use the antiquated method of '
first The 'fallaWay- GOAT ISLAND MOURNS
uimiuvn in mis. i OQC flC CTAD TADC
neck of the woods. However, baseball
nnil Its problems are something of far
more than local Intereit.
always t fan; and th
Hlne teum on Harvard's 17-yard line,
After rushing the ball ten yards further
Captain Howe attempted a Held go.il,
but the pass was H) poor that Harvard
easily ni-oNcred the pigskin Only
once later, at the beginning of the third
1 l.i.l .11.1 V..I I I.I.. ...Ia
In the prow of inakln up Io full ', V ' ... K . " ' """
pit iitifA aim in me proc- 01 inaninK up io u i - .. , . . . ".
?'a II ho ha": " of .be l-aclllc fleet, now at fe w """ "' ' "
Honolulu, the Navy Department linn
rUgeniiy. . ... ... .. '. .... llnnm-lI'M ilirilir mimn nt th.t oli&A
nuolu. ll.i, to I'eiiKucoin slreit, no. Hl , far no Ktyl9 uf ,,,,, played hoi. with the nasenall team that when on Vole'
"l"l. has been discovered wjlch will do the " """'' ',"? "' ho Verba ,'r,:'"'
What will be done about the deadly ork-legltlmte workU,f the spike. va ralnl" "'" ' ur, pass r th. r tluunuHh hla ti m
Bl.ll? Wliv i.,.ll.ln.r IV,r vi-ne IIS, ' ... . ..J7T. "1"'. on,,in . ,l.ntnllf ll. nollnn "Ur" '""' "T II1UW UHtl Ills team
the same old story the 'same old Zl o? steel c ,. ZfxZ " -'l-rtmenl has almost broken ' ' K,,;
ny The spike can't be legldnled out ptay,rt Bhoe ,n thr lorm of a ,r. M.e heart of Pay Clerk Sammy na " J l J f'n(.d Toils
of tho game for the simple reason that angle, as put on the market. -It a Knowles. manager' of the feam. 1, 1 ' ,1 " 'd KjlB'
I ... u,,lll,lu .nl.olll,,!.. l,. I,.- r......,l i..i , .... ... . . .. . .. . Thu Oonl l.lnn.l lnnr. nnmli.rj.,1 in "" '" "" ,,,p "J" WlllH.
and to put playera In ,U..MrtnZl,ZlMLTJZ2 Its ranks playera of big league ..u.l.ty. ..J.'!''"?"'' ""''": "-'''""'"'
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Season of 1912
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AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 .j J..i 2250
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OEO, B. BECKLEY, 8olo Dl.trlbutor , v ' ' "r
NAVY WON FROM
ARMY ON MERIT
Game Close Throiiflhout But
There Were No Flukes or
Breaks of Luck.
would be to slow- up play to n coiihIiI
i ruble extent,
Although this condition undoubtedly
exlsla. It's a great pity that some In-
Nentlvo Ronluk doesn't come out with flesh
a good substitute for the spike. Toofgpr- of
. , :..:.' ' . " " . As n tentn'. II m. III. rkvm.l nr.. """"' ""' "" 'U". lllinougll
r.rr ...""j,..':.".r?r"n? mion m ih; n.vv. wriiu.. niub ,,", " --ii mv t
Ua I. e a pllyer reUm n kick S""01' '" the navy. IU record for this ,Ub ,',"' " - '"" '"rKo at .'", '- "" '
uiai nuiie a liayer recelMng a kick , , i i, .,. w,n, ibo "tart. Haivard shattered the fa- '' "ben It was n thut the
from a cbaln-fltted ,s hoe would un- "Jh" haTn'ened to It V' l"0,", nii -hlft t Tom Sbev- oM I. se The .Vavy
douhtedly sustain a painful bruise, his 'J , the ,,. Hn brought In from the West and that right In to d.p.n,l upon Dallon',
serloua consequences from
many good nu-n have gono to the boa-1 Mood poisoning would consequently be 'w 'aw Woostcr play a
pllal with wounds nioro or less serl-ldnne away with. l?0 anii al'1 ",nt an'
MANOA TENNIS PLAYERS ARE
c STILL PLANNING
M"i r i t ft t
' Whllri mcnibrrH of tho nVrctanla nml
J. A. GILMAN
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FOKT STKKKT, NKAK JIKHCIIANT.
I'liniiin rniin u oiitiiu n ! Kiviniriin iiiifh t j is-
eaty Io the ,kt,eiit,j.f -having, almost n,
rorgotlen tile fewl' olJ-nvfhiMuelfil.tyU I
...... .I'l.t.r A..II l.......a !...!. r.r...... nn.,.u "U O
No. 1 D. M.?Rosk'vh. O.JrwIne.
rl1""i'' """ ir....i .i i .,.,: .
An. .-...I.. ...,, .if, (...ui.tiifi, mi'. i.iriMiKt'i curu
trn nrrn . ,( .,.. ,,., ... .... rt,
of the htir ' " l ll ,',, l,e vrimMia
i.,,.. tto.M u i.i in .,. .im "" "Ken iiihiii iis ine logical winner
Thu war game next gobbled up Meeker J.1 ,',! ''""'' "" M' "or"J-
nil Otllntern II. Irnlnlnv afnllAn COltly FumblOl.
pitchers. Olngrass. the second base- 'lt the third period saw two iiiImt-
Mum iiiuiiiien in me i;rimsoii iiacK neiii
Frlels were also
reins will return,
nntilauS ft.u Inl.ui
the others have gone, p-ohably' forever.' the ",B "n ,,y ,ll,v 'Khti Wikl(4j
and there U woeon Yerbo lluena Is.,''"', " 'lrcrly.played fluke forward
land. 8. B, CaU.
tnftn Ivan nnlArA.1 tr. nna ..f tl.n .lilt..
nni..i.iur. ' unilo....1 iii,...i... ...,.i nnd It wuh not until the Una I period
given transfers. Illg- ,hnJ J'r JJ"vnnl offense began tjns.
.'lis' he, mely nccom-. ".rt "i"'1,'' ' "Mir.l passe.. iVialilo
Pldto Mnr'e Island, but, I""", wlascrom. runstind vluiMJnto
T. .. . ' (Iia Vnl. III... I.t. tl... ...l.rl.tt. ttr-A.l.li.11
4 P.H"5. nepvmu iuiii, tiimosiLconiinuousiy
f rt. ..n-lnViile's territory. ' Twice also, when
c. ... uiAiaiMi .... I.. ,IV,H -rimon was apparenny marcning
Steera s; ft H.lIem-.W0LGAST GAME AS ' Utralght f Yulo'a goal, holding In the
Hlnglehurst VH. B. V,
nre'lgettlng coiUtailt toiirnameiU nrad-4 B-'atf J'"?'
tlse 'The Million "rehhW Club' Is cer-" Nq,i-rb. H.'OIin vs..W. A. Oreen'.
tilluly on thei Job when It comes' to WA'' i
getting' Up eveliis to hold tin.'' Interest "Noi S--Dr. Iluldvln vs. R. II. Ittetow.
of all Its membcri. 'There liaajbeen' ft No. 0-liJ, Warren vs, I. H. Ilendle.
serlt-a of haiidlcan -loUrnamentM. a. 0. 7.:. L Andrewa m. Bpencer
ri.-iuji.-ii tiiiun uiiii iiiif iiikiii luunm Uowen.
IIQIIAI IIMrtPR bfnllC na stopped the progress, to tho dls
! courngement of tho Crimson stamls,
' Lack of generalship on the part of Pot
Ad Wolgast Is reported to be recov-
trr, the quarterback, and the uggres-
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King 8tn ntxt Young Hotel Toltphonoa 1874 and 1875
No 8 Si. Maclntyre k, Ernest rtoss.
No. 9 M. M. (Irnlium vs. W. T.
No. 1011. on Damm vs. W. H.
ment, nil of which have given the Ma
nou men mans' days of good niurt.
Next Katuiday still nnotber compe.
tloil Will ll,l llllfn.l. It In for thA
.- .. ..... . ... . . , . ,u.
(leorge 11. Oulld trophy, and the win- rjoeU
ner must tlereiid his tltlo quarterly 1 So. tl l-Yed I.yser vs. II A. Jones,
ngalust the winner of special qualllU'ii- n0. io. o May s. !' R. Werth
t Ion tournameut. The cup Is prnctl- mueller
cally perpetual, us the coiidltloua nre Socond Round,
... . ui " . ... .. wr
" """-"""".'"-" '"("..Iveness of the Yale forwards kept
i ,u i.i: u ..L no, of the struggling between the 40
as game under the knife as he always
yard lines. The Crimson always seem-
'W" .."'.l. J,.? J to have the better o'f ,he n,..dng.
Although doubled up with pain, ho
smiled cheerfully Just before the sur
,,but lacked power at Ine proper mo-
.,... ....ll..l .!. ..,!.. ... ....! .""
n.,..-. uJ,in. ...w v.i.. ivii .u niroi rvt, .. I..IHI.- . . .
his senses away m " iuir u mr iux
The little champion showed symp-1" 'X'Jflr.'J'IS, Hm" T
r",r,8!!t.hL,,.a.l"',. .r."Ld '."?:,? W were only two feature runs.
nnoarentl'v all rl.l.t mrnln. At i "9 v""t " iy-,r' lah by fhllbln.
.. .. .. .. . . . . . .. .. .. . - - Ihrmtpli n.i nnnrn.dii. ItnlA In II. u line-?
1 mil 11 iniiri oe won tnree consecutive ti. f,.n,, !.,., i.- .1. ..,.. ... n. o'clock, however, his irninmn Tm. """ " " """ " '"
l'IIII.Al)i:i.lMII,, I'ii, Nov. 2.-!
Fighting as though their country's hon
ors ri'stnl on the iiiitioine, tho Navy
Inet the Army 011 the footbnll field
here today, nnil whin the strife was
liver victory perched upon the blue nnd
gold hniiiirr of the midshipmen from
Three to nothing wns the score, and
the figure Imlk-nte the playing ability
nf the Unlns Nilther good luck nor
trror contributed Io the result.
The Nnvys three points wro mado
bif the good right font of Captain Jack
ballon, of llroken How, Neb, who sent
the slippery ball through between tho
upright posts for a goal from place
ment on the Army's 30-yard line.
I'roliulily never In the games played
by the West Point and Annapolla
teams did two teams In' harder to
win. They were almost equally match
ill In griiuiid-galiilng ublllly, and that
the victory came to the Navy waa duo
in it measure to their generalMilp.
It was straight, hard football all the
way, with both tenuis resorting to tho
kicking game Tin re were few trlcka
and only two forward passes were at-
lemplid Thise were tried hy tho
Army In the last part of the game nnd
both fallul The Army nlro tried two
Held goals, but each proed to be a
poor attempt 'Xtllhtr side during the
whole game had the bull In Its poses
iilnn Inside the tipiioneiit'a 20-yard line.
The inline was only n few minutes
punted without tryliu; to pierce the
Army line There was little to chooso
between the tenuis In the llrat period,
but the midshipmen showed more pow
tr In offensUe work ,in the second
quarter. In which .they made their three
(letting llni bull nii'tlii'lr ntwi 40-yard
line. Nichols, for the Nnvv. made 18
'yards nroiiud the end. I'lve mora were
tidiled through the center and McHejivy
..in iqiuuKii un Army 11110 10 me .u
yard mark. Then within Mrlklng dis
tance for thq llrst time, the Navy did
not miss tho opportunity, ond-Dalton
dropped Imrk and sent the ball sail
ing through over the army goal. Tlie
ball wns held for him by Gilchrist.
During- the rest ofhe contest the
Navy plnved a defensive gamo Io a
large extent. Captain Dallon constantly
sending back tho Army's kicks. Fall-.
Ing to maTto uny progress at straight
football, tho Army essayed the two for
ward p.ishch without success. The far
ther tho game' went, the harder the
teams seemed to play, but each w-.
able to pievent the other from making-
ne necessary llrst down nnd then (!
Inevitable punt would come.
Sometimes you encounter a mnn
who Is such n ileen thinker Hut I.I.
thmnthta ncvir come to the surface.
times before jbecomlng the wlnncr'a
Now Handicaps. ,
The plnycra iinve been rehandl'
rapped for the event iih follows:
Clnsa Al owe IB F R. Hteere. Don
ald ,M, Itoss, O, Irwnne. '
Class II; owe 1-2 of IS P R. tleiri
enway, W. l rllnglehurst, II. V Heard -more,
Dr. Baldwin; It, R. Hletnw.
Class Q; Hcrati.li p. 11. Olson, U J.
Worrell, W A. flreenwell.
Class ); plus 1-2 of 10 A.' U An
drews, 'M. Maclntyre, Hrnest Ross,
Hpcncer Uowen, I. II. illendle.
Class K plus IB M. M. Oraham,
W. T. Bchmldt, 11. von Damm.
Class !"; plus 30 Fred I.yser. W. II
Ooetz. v, It. WnTthmueller, n. Austin ner of "Team i.
the second round:
"Winners of teams 8, 4, 10, II.
The draw- for the second round fol
. Winner of Team 6 vs. winner of
' Winner of Team
Winner of Team
Winner of Team
The draw for the third round la as
Winners of Teams 6 and 2 vs. win
ner of Team 8.
Winners of Teams 3 and 12 vs. wln-
vard lne. Harvard's longest run wssl
n 17-yard dash Smith, who caught
!" hls'-beZnTS - paV.,
In auc.rpa.ri he could not ; !"" ' '' , "'aa " . ll.
on a fake forward pats. All the other
rusles were for less than ten yards.
Keton and Potter slightly outklcked
vs. winner of
Jones, I) o Mny.
Drawlnga for tho first round, made
ScMerdny, are as follows:
Winners of Teams 7 and B va. win
ner of Team 10. v
Winners of Teams 1 and 9 va. win-,
ner 01 'learn U. .sy.-.
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DHCIIMUKU 9. AT 8 O'CLOCK
A Rattling Contett of 12 Rounde by
Of Honolulu and
George "Slim" Gilmore
80LDIER WOODARD, the Pride
of Fort Shelter, and 8AILOR
CLARKE, the Navajo Wonder.
WRIQHT of Camp Very and
PRINCE of Fort Shatter.
4 HOUNDS 122 POUNDS
MUS8Y BLANCH vs. HARRY
$2 Ringside, $1.50 Orchestra, $1 Bal
cony. General admission,. 75 cents.
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
s ' hi
December 10, 1911
20 Mir.KH 380 YAftDS
Jones, said Wolgast awakened
Almost continually he was In pa-
1. . .... . .. ..... :
v, wmner ,-
- cneerrullvnnfl tried fn rMtti InbAw Ih " ..----- -.--..- ... . - u, M..v .
"""I" m... "."" ,-., phiihln's work.
nin .HFV.nna nnn alljmil.Hli nl.n.ti 1.1m ' " '
The house had been sold out early
In the week and the gross receipt,
estimated at 135,000, wll have to be
returned to seat purchaser. Wolfast
was to have received $13.(00 ror his
share after the battle and Welsh f 5000.
BOXING CARD LOOKS
LIKE THE REAL THING
, Saturday night's boxing card looks
ilko the real thing, and local fight fans,
who had their appetites whetted by
the two shows last month, should turn
out In force.
Oeorge. Ollmoro and , Jim 11080, who
uru iniiru iu ku iwrive ruunua an a
J main event, aro both In good shape,
aim appear 10 ne evenly matcnea in
weight and skill. Fourteen rounds of
preliminary boxing look good on paper,
., 1 Anuv . .U1UU a
ON,Lt.eKA L "SS".
DECEMBER 7 AND 9
Given by th Members of the
HEALANI BOAT CLUB
For tho purpose of raising
funds for bringing Coast
Rowing Crew for next
Hegatta Day . J . .
8IONAL TALENT WILL A88I8T IN
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. . 8.,' ' PRESENTATION 1 t
The llrst of the year's selec- l1.uuu ,..,,,. '
lawi-vriT runnel Director
lions for an alltAmerlcan foot
a eleven Was made by vote
of u group of athletes at one of 1
Itox; olllce In HONOLULU MUSIC
All the Creek-a-Jeck Sprlnteril
80LDIER KING, JIMMY FIT2QER.
ALD, ANTONE KAOO, C. K. CHAR
LIE, FRANK 8CHAR8H, FRANK
BARBOZA (Filipino), F. J. WOOD
ARD (U. S. 8. Colorado)
Ornndstand ., 7S Cents
WlngH of arundstand ., E0 Cents'
Section n 25 Cents 4
General Admission ... .,.,,.25 Cents '
Children 10 Cents v
RACE BEGIN8 AT 1:30 P. M. ? 3 $ $ J
the college clubs" here lost night. CO KI"B '. "far Fort. Now open,
( It is as follows:
Ieft end White, Princeton. 3
Left tackle Hart, Princeton.
Left gua'rd Arnold. Armv.
4- Center Ketcham. Yale.
t ,Rlght guard Fisher, Harvard.
$ .Right tacklo Llttlejohn,
-Jllght end Bomelstem Yale.'
Quurterbuc k Sprackllng,
Hlglit halfback Thorpe, Car
lisle. Left halfback Dallon, Navy.
Fullback Wendell, Hurvard.
design a suit for eomeono
they have never eeen, un
less they havo the party's
measure, correctly taken,
and his peculiarities of fig
uref Yet you are forced to
take an awful chance every
time you buy a ready-made
suit, for it Is made for no
one In particular and ev
eryone in general.
Stop taking chance
Have your clothe mad
by GEO. A. MARTIN, The
Tailor, Bethel Street fJO
to $40 for they will be
guaranteed in every detail.
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