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BULLETIN'S SPORTS-BREEZIEST AND BEST
TIiIh may In- ciijoyahlo weather for
the Wnlklkl. duck colony, hut It's
mighty lor wciithcr for t lic tennis
plu)crx. Trill', thu .Million Tennis Club
It going right along with IIh orgy r
loiiriiuiiicutx, hut tin1 Million ptuytrxtiru
amphibious iiuywny, mill t'uku n pride
In playing tennis under utl conditions
of wind Mini weather.'
When It gets " dark to iM) the bulls
on tin- Miiiio.i tout Ik, tin' players throw
in it ii switch, nml with u spark uml it
sputter thi com is are Hooded with
chclrlc IIkIiI. I'Iii j t ih who ntc keen
enough to i mil n Kluiit like that vr
liiluly ilon't mliiil a little t Itl it? like u
Hut net mill dnrkncxx iir deadly
enemies of tin' 1'uclllu uml llcrcluiila
ti'tmlH clubs. Tho cuurtx liro heavy uml
slippery under foot these days, mill
never get n chance to thoroughly ilry
nut. It lx iilliinit Impnxrthto for the
tennis men who lire llrst of nil business
nun-anil thlx Im the rule In Honolulu,
to th detriment of tenulx, hut possibly
BOSTON. District Attorney l'ullc
tior declares Unit tho Htuto has coin
pli'tcd IIh casu uKtitiiBt tile Rev. U. V.
T, Itlcliesou, Indicted on tlm charge
of iniucleiing MIsr Avis Mnnell, and
Hint tho trial can be held In January,
lie and Inspector Watt of tlm police
department liavo personally had
Improvement In Kat Imllaii wlru-i
loss service Hiovos mi apac-o nccortl-lf,n,lc,l
Iiir to lalo advice f.om tho Clint
c.ast. It Is InlorcstliiK to nolo that
tho wireless station at Calcutta Iiiih,
oiicu nr twice, not In touth with that
of tho Itallon.SwIss Colony, In bulk and bottled.
Munro's House of Lord's Scotch
Rewco Rye Whisky
Louis Rood er or Brown Label
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LONG FOR SPRING
I to the uiod of business to get In mora
Ithlin a eoiiitn of sets lifter hours, mv
Jlnj! In tlm shortness of the days. Tho
.llcrttiinlu coiirlx especially, being Mir
rounileil hy lices, tire hnrd to play on
Mil the late nftcmnoiis. For till reason
there has hven no attempt to fun nil'
Hasten! fnolliiill roaches, now that
till' scanui of lull In over llllil iloliu
Willi, are breaking Into print with it
long, lingering Willi to tlm effect that
theie Is too lunch luck In foothull mi
ller the present code, nml that limit
of the I.Ik games "'lx year have been
won on Unices. Thexp men xay that
"I'rlncMon lx tho lucklext teuin that
ever played on n"n Hastcni gridiron,"
and a lot inoro to the xaine effect.
It limit be mliullteil that theru Hern
several Kuuiex thlx season which stood
out n K Millie vletorlex, hut for II couch
or it pluyer to my that the present
game lx ull luck, lx for him to confess
a luck of football kunwlcdgu and np
plluillipu. P'onr big Kaxtern games might, how
ever, be put down ax contexts where
luck hail a kooiI deal to do with the.
result. They tiro l'rlnccton'x three vie-torlex-Mlrst
over Ilarviird, S to (i; see
ond over Dartmouth, 3 to 0, uml third
ovir Vale, I! to 3, and Harvard's 5 to .1
score over Dartmouth.
With four such close contests de
cided apparently by luck, Kantcm
coachex seem about ready to movu
heaven and earth fntf rule revision
which will do uwuy with tho possibility
of such breaks next year. Their ef
forts are not helm; paraded, but they
nre none the lexx effective, anil Kaxtern
writers are of (hu opinion tlint the
Kastern inemberx of the rules commit
tee will kcI In their line work at tho
winter meeting mid that they will make,
a determined effort to revise tho code.
charge of tho coIlcctiiiR or cvlilcnce,
and they are buth eonlldent uf a con
viction. The licensed minister has re
signed as pastor uf the limminiiet
Ilnptlst Church of Cambridge. In Ills
lotter ho'firotestB his Innocence, hut
says lie docs not wish to embarrass
Tlm Oceanic steamship Slorra has
frn' San I'YiincUco nccanlitis
'" " ,al,,l! 1'c' ""'"V "lilel.
announces tho departure of tho popu-
,,. ner wlt aHH(.KelHi ma,s' m,
general caruu tit noon today. Tho
Sierra Is duo to urrlvo tit Honolulu
on Kildny inonilUK.
. $ , ,S ij. .. 4. 4 4 i '.
NO BASEBALL TODAY.
There will be no baseball play
ed this afternoon at Athletic
1'nrlt. old J. I'liivlux hnx iloun
hlx durnilext, mid the nice boat
crews would have more chance
of performing thcro than the
bull'tosxerx of the licet.
Sunday the West Virginia and
Colorado nines will meet In
their llrsl Bllltie of the present
luler-shlp series. The Maryland
will hool up with the (ainp
Very marines as the clover of
4 'V -S' .ii ? h .y .Si .Si
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WILL BE CLASSY
Gcc Again Urges Honolulu to
Send Team But Chances
('. tl, llockns, captain of the Here
tiinla Tenuis Club, has Just received
another communication from K. S.Oee,
formerly of Honolulu, who Is running
the tennis end of the Philippine car
nlat. (!ee lx extremely anxious that
Honolulu semi u temih team to com
pete next Kebruury, but there seems
little chance that any of the local
cracks will take the time to make the
trip A. I,. Castle Is roIiik to Kuropc
uml V. 'V. Until will be kept In the
city by buxlnexx. That knnckx tlm
biiejtboue out of uny team that inlcht
be Kotteit together, and thu prupoxltlon
will probably ko by the board.
Mr. Oce's letter showx that there will
be blK dolnits In .Manila February 3 to
lu. He xnyx In part:
"We lire a little up In the air, us the
Kovcrniueiit liax cmiceled our army
transport rates, on account of the war
scare In China.
"We have secured the entry of Carl
ton It. Gardner from New York Olt
who lx rated sixth by thlx year's ten
uis ranklmr committee, and he lx en
deavoring to Bet llelir. Inniuii or Tou
chard to nccompany. him. He will sail
from San I'Yn'ncls'co on thu China, De
"Now. I have put the mutter of u
Honolulu ten in up to the C'nrulvnl As
sociation, and they have imreeil nml
authorised mo. to hold out as on In
ducement, that they will pay one-half
of the expenses of transportation t
and from Manila of a representative
tenm, and all expenses (necexsary ex
penses, of course) while In Manila.
"I tried to Kit nil expenses, but In
view of the fact that wp nro holdlnv
out Inducements to men In Australia
(we have two entries from there),
Singapore and Japan, ax well as Horn;-
koiiir, I was unable to RPt .tlii'in to
Kiiariintee more than half. This wo will
furnish with pleasure.
"You mlitlit also hold out nx an In
ducement that tho liners stop about
21 hours In Nagasaki, Kobe, Yoko
hama, HniiRkonir uml Hliant;linl. It
would be a chalice In a thousand for
u biiiiR-up line trip and u bully time
nt a minimum pxpensp."
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There's a football double-lipadpr In
proKress nt Mollllll this afternoon. Not
only are two Raines belntt played, but
they will Include two different kinds
of football. The opener will be il reR
ulnr IciiBiie soccer mutch between the
Mallex and llealanls. The second name
will be under American rules, between
th lown team and the crack eleven of
tho cruiser Maryland, champions of
the Paclllc fleet.
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GIANTS FIELDED BADLY.
New York, winners of the National
LeiiRiiu championship, proved to he n
mlRhty poor llcldlntr team, nccordlmr
tu tho otllclal uvernRcx Just received.
Tho (Hants, as n matter of fact, tin-
lulled llfth, with tho Cincinnati Iteds
mid thu Huston Nationals behind tin in.
The Floral I'aratle mliertlscs Hu.
noliilu. II pays In iiilicrllse.
I'ouglikecpslp, N. V., Nov. in. tiUOO
operutors, towor men and agents of
the Now York Central lines will re
celvo an Increase of 10 to in per cent
In their wages.
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MAY FLY HEREITALIAN BIRDMAN
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fKaL(n6flHr sJ, '
Kastern pupcr.i iiiinounce that llol.ind (larrox, the noted Italian aviator who
recently won the l'arls to Home race. Is plamiliiK the aerlnl cnmiuest of
America, nml that his Itinerary Includes a trip to the l'ncllle Coast.
There Is a chance that he will lly In Honolulu some time next spring, pro
vided that he carries out hlx scheme tor clrcllmc the globe, giving exhibitions
In the Philippines, China and Iiull.i before returning home.
(hirrox Is one of the most daring of the foreign illots. nml nlso one of the.
NEW TALES TOLD
BY W. A. PHELON.
Hack In Chicago sonic itoeii years
ago two promoters run un-limee, 'ni.tdo,
mutches and duynt'eil their, ine'rglex to
the cure-taking of pugllls'ts ami public'
with fair success. To them hue morn
lug appeared a tall, slim young nun,
who explained that hlx name was I'M-,
die Cox, a welterweight. Ilo niught to
Im u lighter, lie. wax xure of his own
ability he Mitight only the chance of
buttle ami be had a little money the
suuiid of these last words causing the
promoters to leap from their chairs
with Joy. Yes, they believed Implicitly
III Mr. Cox. Yes, they would llnd the
miitchex nml look ufUr him In every
way. As to forfeits ami the poxtlug of
money did not Mr. Cox know that
there must be money?
And so, ere he departed, (Nix wax
luiitched to tight Mimeoiiii lit 112
poiiudx, .! o'clock at the next show of
u certain club, while one of the pro
moters held :I0 of tho warrior's money
ax u guaranty of his appearance, uml
the other held JtO of the salmi bunk)
roll us weight money and side bet on
Cox was duly notliled the next morn
ing that he had been matched to meet
one Hilly Hennessy, thu said Hennessy
being wholly a cieuture of the promot
ers' Imaginations, Hu ciiuie around to
the olllce lu the afternoon to obtain de
tails and found thu room tilled with
half n iliiui lighters, burly youths with
puffed lips and ears a la cuiillllower.
Ax lie sat patiently waiting' hlx sum
mons to tho Inner sanctuary, one of
the burly ones remarked:
"Home lighter, that Hilly Hennessy,
"He sure lx," replied unother, "Out
of six men he's fought fuiir died from
the K. O. punch he hit 'em unci one wasj
bughouse for life. Never seen anybody
that can hit like Hill Hessemiy. Any
mall he lilts keels over, done uml
."He's got a light on, I hear," queried
a third member or the group,
"Yep, he has. A light with simiu
boob named Cox. Why, when Hennes
sy hits that poor mutt It' will he mur
der simple murder. Police ought to
stn)i that kind of thing."
Young Cox roso and went forward
hastily. Never did hu return, and thu
promoters suw him no moro for years.
Tho $70? Oh, well, he never sent for
It, Probably It was forfeited to thu
wholly Imngliiury Hennessy,
Years altcrward an amateur tourna
ment wus promoted by u Chlcugu club,
and these sume promoters w'ero help-i
lug weigh thu novices, A tall, thin
young iiiuii, weighing lu at 115 pounds,
extended them thu friendly hand, I
"Hoiwly, howdy. Hemciubcr me?
I'm lMdlu Cox-, I wus always ashamed
of myself Tor linking out of that mutch,'
hut 1 wax green iimf easily scared, I'm
giilng to try again and start lu us an
amateur. Think I'll muke good?" I
Thu iiMuiiuded promoters chatted
cheerily with their one. time protect)
ami were mnlnUchii; when u sharp call.
AT THE RINGSIDE
wax heard. "I'lrst pair In Ilia H5-
pound division." Young (.'ox. hurried
lo the ring uml look his chair. In
came a fat. red-haired young man to
lake the opposite corner, ami the a'n
noiincer began Ills eulogies. "The lllst
boat will be at MS pounds, between
Kilillc Cox lu this corner and In 'this
corner Hilly Hennessy" Young Cox
heard Ills rival's name, gave onu (ear
ful shriek and dove backward from
Ids chair. He bolted through thu
crowd. Into the dressing room and, hlx
clothing douueil, lied to the street,
Never since has he been seen hi, around
nr within a mile of uny ring "Hilly
Hennessy" had again Feared him from
thu roped arena, uml thlx time the
scare proved llnal.
And "Hilly Hennessy," who, by the
strange fr-ak of fate, chanced thlstluv
to be an Innocent novice whose nunif
uctually happened to he William Hen
nessy, still wondering at his nJvcr
sary's sudden lllght, went on with a kid
fiom thu stockyards ami had Ids "block
knocked oft lu half a round."
IN THE RING
Charlie l'ox, thu husky sailor scrap
per who has been luoklug for a match
ever since the licet hit Honolulu, will
have a chance tu showw hut he can
do tonight, when he metts Thco. Wil
ier, the I'ort Shatter scrapper, In u 10-
roiind go. The scrap will take plucq
either on the cruiser's deck or on the
dock, thu hitter urrangement being
preferable If the weather permits.
I'ox Is the middleweight chump of
the 1'aclllc Meet, uml Is said to be a
hard man to beat.
Wilier bus been seen In action here
several tunes before, lie got u 4-raund
decision over l'Yiink Cronck of the Kn
glneerx ut the '. A. V. tournament No
vember 2. Wlller's Weuk point txthut
while aggressive ho docs not uso good
Judgment lu using the opening. Hu
will go gumrly after n mun who Is
perfectly strong and well covered, hut
If hu lands a head rocker and has his
nan groggy on the ropes ho Is Just as
apt to let down tho paco and allow tho
other fellow tu stall out the round,
l'ox was to have fought Mcflulre of
thu Knglneers, hut the latter wns taken
III, The substitute bout looks good.
139 Merchant Street
RUNNER FROM FLEET
P. M. Hart Tells of His Record
and Says He Will Meet
Any Honolulu Man.
A new marathon runner, and from
the record ho vouches for a very
classy one, has turned up, In I1 M.
Hart uf the cruiser .Maryland, who
lias Issued a sweeping challenge to
any Honolulu runner tu meet him
over tho full marathon distance, either
on road or track, on Christmas Day.
"I have dune it lot uf marathon and
distance running," said 'Hart yester
day. "In fact, I held thu nmatuur
championship or the United Hiatus for
three weeks diirlnc I90U. until Onl-
liiKher of Philadelphia look It from
me. I was a member of tho Ainerl-
can team In tho Athens Olympiad of
IHuG and llnlshed third there. 1 Intro !
met some Rood ones. Iticlmllnt; I'ercy
Smnllwood, anil Inne always given a
good account of myuell."
Hart didn't enter the marathon last
week for the reason that he was oft
on the Hlln trip with tils ship at the
time. He says he will coiuini'iice
training right away
1 6 TO COMPETE
The main event of the Kalakaua ave
nue walking race will start at 3 o'clock
tomorrow nftrrnoon, with sixteen men
on the mark at the corner of King and
Kalakaua. The course extends to thu
Wall; Ik I Inn. uml It Is expected that
the llrst six men to llnUh will be very
Archie Itobertron hax withdrawn
from the main event and entered thu
henyu'pghl division The heavy
w Ight ami Mtcrnn laces will be start
ed at 2 o'clock.
rollowing lx (he entry list for the big
event: Nigel Jackson, 4um Hop, H. M.
Ayrex, J H. Naselmento, Paddy Wnlxli,
(ienrge Addlron,. J). K'lihab'wal, Wilson
Kensler. Jlmmle' r'llxgcrald.. .Antune
Kaoo, John Han, S. J. Woodward.
.Manuel Hotelho, ('. C James nml H.
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TOMMY RYAN IN BAD
WITH PORTLAND FANS
l'OHTI,ANI, Ore. Tommy Ilyan,
erstwhile middleweight champion of
the prize ring, possessor of an auto
mobile and wearer of diamonds, lx no
longer boxing Instructor of thu Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic Club. Ityuu's
contract with thu club was terminated
recently at his request, so It was olll-
chilly given out. Hack of thu resigna
tion, however, are general reports that
It was requested.
Ijixt month' Kyitn ami others put on
a boxing contest lu the Armory. Ills
maiden effort was u miserable failure.
and those who attended the program
went away disgusted.
Ityuu's part uf tho program wax to
meet Denver 1M Martin, an old-Hum
colored boxer, 0 feet 3' Inches tall nml
weighing :io iioundx, who came over
from Tncoinn, The "contest" wus so
poor an Imitation that more than half
the crowd left white It wax In progrexx,
Ilyan feathered his nest when ho wus
in tho lighting game, and Is pretty well
to do. Accordingly It was a mutter of
wonder that ho would come West for
tho small salary the club could offer.
It Is asserted, though, that ltyan saw
n great virgin Held In I'ortlaud for
tho opening up of the fighting game.
He found after uniting that this could
not lie done and this fact Is said to
hae been a factor In hlx willingness
to get away.
It coats hut a few dollar to dec
orate n rir for the Floral l'arade.
Ami It helps make Honolulu noti'il
the world titer.
One of California's Best Quality Table Wines
Red, White and Sparkling
Large and Small Bottles
Special Attention Paid to Family Trade
Boys of Eleven Scrubs Trim
Reliance Interest in First
Teams Struggle Dec. 19.
In a euiiu! of football Thursday '
afternoon at Kum, tlm Hoys of Kleveiii
scrub team won their game from tho
Itetlaiico Juniors, fi-3, after a close m
and excltlni; mutch. Tho youngsters ,'d
showed some class, pullliig off komo -j
fiiney tricks during tho afternoon. m
rho Hellance Juniors surprised ,fl
lien upiiuiieius oy Homing llient UOWIl I
'" H'ii a HkIu score, as the winners
'hilmed before tho gamo that they
would !" u walkover.
Tll Hi-IIiiiich wero first In score,
IlM1 ,al1 Kaleahl Ksklmo did thu
trick, kicking thu goal from the (!(
teen-yard line for :t points In tho
second quarter '
The HoVS of Klevcll enmn hiek In
Hie last peilod and scored a touch
down. It was done thiough a series
of forward passes; W. Opunul did thu
The Fecund giime Is scheduled to
take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Senior Tciiiiix Hut.
The big teams are putting in gome (
strenuous work this week, und both
arc out lo win the llnul game, which,'-
Is lo be plti) uil Wednesday afternoon
on the new Held. I'arh team has won
a gaum by a closii scoru.
The next match looks like a eood " W
thing for the Hoys uf i:ieen. That 3j
aggregation has taken things serious- . i
ly this week, ami Coach Knmaloplll
has his men out utery night for an' cfe
hour. It Is claimed that their Inter-- 1
forence will he a great Improvement i
when tho next game Is played. Cap- ,)
tain .Mnnolia, the star or thu eleven, (,1
Is In tip-top condition and expects ''
ot play his best game next Wednes- i
day. Joe Kauhl, who played fullback '-V
last Saturday, will he seen again in , 1
urtloii when the llnal match Is played. J
The Itcllance hunch Is suffering the i'7
loss nf u few of Its stars, S. Hush , $J
being tint out uf commission lu the VS
llrst gumo, whllu Godfrey wns put out ,ty
ut play last Saturday with a had '
sprain which Is likely to keep him r
out uf the coming game. 12. Noah. &
has, taken chargoTif 'iiio' cloen, andVv
is conndent that (ho Reliance canV-IW
hold their own In thu llnal match. '. ij
Konlliall Hie Huge. 'fj
l'ootliall Is tho sport at Kamelm- ,i
nicliu at present. From thu oldest ' M
stlldentx down to Hit. oinll Iwivm 1
learns ure ttluvlni? each iiflprnonti. .
It Is certainly some fun to watch tho, J'
small teams piny.
Yes, they're coming n Jolly crowd
of live college boys- and they're com
ing riinii. In fact, they havo started
today. They're coming to see Hono
lulu; to havu n good, lively time nil IhJ,
way hero und back, and to give Ho
nolulu people a sample of good college
music the kind that will banish tho
Jhn-Jumx, sharpen the appetite and the
wit. and make hair grow on a billiard ,
And they are eminently qualified to f
do all of that. They have iiiudu a Ug
hit on thu Coast In several trips, and
their ragtime symphony Is always In
demand. The organization lx known nx
the University of California Oultur alij
Mandolin Club, but they have with
them a cracking good sextet and quar
tet, end uml stunt men, mid some first
class monologlsts. besldex scone dra
matic talent of a high order.
Ott ready for them they will bo here
on the twenty-sccotict of this month,
i Tickets am now on ale nt tho I'ubllc
Service Association, 120 King street.
902 NUUANU 8TREET
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