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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV H, TUESDAY, DEC 19, 1911.
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11 he Bulletin's Page of Sports
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MATCHING FLEET TEAMS
LIKE A CHINESE PUZZLE
E. S. Barry, After Many Attempts, Finally Hits On a Schedule
Which Seems Satisfactory to All Good Card of Foot
Races and Baseball Games.
I! H. Il.irry, who Iiiis born arranging
mill rearranging tin- bull guinea and
nthUtlo events for Ilia licet teams. Is
Just beginning tu n-u daylight ahead,
nml believes Unit his sttcnth und last
schedule will Htlili. Hirgeunt Harry Ih
snnie orgiiiilrir, but the foothullcrs,
btiMbiilhrs, runners uml truckers of
tlm llu milium proved too imicli for
tit in. Just ax surely uh lie would sit
up all night shuffling the uitrles llko
u ikik of on nix mul trying to ileal u
winning bnliil, tben Just ax surely tbu
ship Unit he expected to draw on for
lliu banner iittractloti of tbe week
would iip.nuclior for llllo, or set tho
buKeball team to painting Kblp.
Hut llairy'H luKt schedule In n nins
terplece. He Iiuh taken Into consider
ntlou viry possible coiitlnKency, und
believes that bu has lluatly put tbu
iule tiigelher. Here are tbe events
III tbe order In which tbey occur:
Saturday, December 23.
1-30 p. in One mile run. Hnlrlex
Include Kcbarxcb, King, l'ltzgerald.
Woodward of tbe Colorado, Anderson
of tbe Went Virginia, mid olio runner
enrli from the Mnrjliincl, tlio South
Dakota, the I'lftli Cavalry, Viunp Very
and Kurt Ilngir.
3 p. in. lliiseluill Maryl.md vs.
3 30 p. in. Kite-mile met. Any or
nil of tht: men In tlui mllu event, with
Antone Kami, the "Walalila Horxe," or
mi added starter.
I'lrst and second prizes will be
awarded In the five-mile and winner
wilt take all III the mlje,
8unday, December 24.
lliisehull, double-bender All-Iln wall
vm. Colorado; Hurry's Ilenulx vh. West
Saturday, December 30.
ltascball Maryland vs California;
Colorado x. Vet Vlrglhln
Sunday, December 31.
tlusrbnll All-lluwall vh West Vir
ginia; llurry'x lleuuts vs. Colorado.
10:30 a. m. Klft'een-nille marathon
race, open to nil comers.
Tu.day, January 2.
8 i. in. Thirteen baseball plnyerx
from each cruiser mid two local teams
will be entertained at a turkey dinner
und dance at the Young Hotel
Itiiniiers wishing, to enter the one
mid ifve-iulle events lire requested to
forward their names nnd addresses to
I'dgur H Harry, K,il Kurt street, not
late,r than Friday, pecembtr '-'2. Kn
trlex for the marathon close Decem
All the games mid athletic events on
tbe above schedule will be held at the
old bull grounds at Mollllll. not at Ath
letlc I'ark nx originally announced. Tbe
old league grounds are better In wet
weather than the downtown Held.
j s j $. $ $ $, $. ?$- $
f II, Jli Ayrex, who can write
about n walking match ami then
'' go out and show how the heel
nnd too game should bn played,
i lias booked up with Nigel
' Jackson over the mite distance.
! The race Is to come off In con-
i nectlon with the lleet meet at
Mollllll next "Saturday.
Acres took first place In tho
annual Kalnkauu event last
' Sunday, with Jackson second.
Tho latter clalmx that be was
seized with (.ramps near tbn flli-
Ish mid had to slow up. Ayres
r says he's perfectly willing to
give Jackson Ills cliiince, nnd xo
the match Is on, and a rood one
It should prove
IN THE RIGHT
v As Champion Marathon Run
, ner He Cannot Be Forced to
Defend Title So Soon.
$ i t ,
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SURE TO BE
DECIDING FOOTBALL GAME
The third und deciding football game
between the ltellanco and Uoyit of
t:ieen Uiiins, ut Kmiiehamtba, will bu
Iptnytnl toitloTrtiw-,''KotnidPr' Day, nnd
'excitement between the' rival fnctlons
1'a n't'1 fever' beat. Uery 'student, from
tle 'i'minKett to tlie oldest. Is' a par
tisan, and with little to choose tit
iccii the two tcaiim,' there laV'pfeht)'
uf1 room fur argument and spisjllhttluu.
Cuitiiln' Oeorge Mummii of t'hij Itoy'x
uf i:teen Is serluiisly ill and will not
Jo sein n (he llital gmno WedhesdAy
iiK'ilust llcll.iiu'c. He bus an attack of
uppeitdlcltlx mid Is now In the school
Junior! Win Out.
The Itrtluiice Junior team turned tho
table on the Hoys of Klevi n scrub team
on tbu Kmiiehiiiiieba tkld last Satur
day afternoon, when they outplayed
their opponents, wlnulng by tbe score
of 11 to 0.
The Hoys of Kleveii showed lack of
headwork during the game, most of tbu
plaer being ovircoulldeiit. The He
llance Junior, light us tbey were,
xmnshfd through their .opponents,' line
nmlly. , ,
The llrst touchdown wax made In
the second quarter, D. Illp.i crosslnj
tho Hue on u trick play through cen
ter, llu kicked. ili"oill. (imkluB. the
score1 11-0. 'It wuhIii Hie- third quarter
that K. lllpu lauded on a fumbled' ball
und run fifteen yards for tho, second
touchdown. D. lllpu failed to klck'the
goal, mid the game ended 11-0,
Tbe final game will lie played Friday
iliiirnlng on the new Held.
A cross-country run will bo held nt
the school romn time', this week. The
date has not been finally set, but It
Icoks ax though the race would take
place Krlday afternoon. The event Is
open to all students, and among those
ahcjdy entered are some' of tho star
lons-dlst-uicc men of the school, a.
Heiijumln und J. Amos are entered
from the Junior claxx. Krank Kulnlil
Is another runner fronj the seventh
Kraile who should make a good show
lug 111 the coming event.
The students of the Kamehameha
Schools will go to tbe mausoleum to
morrow morning to attend the exer
cises', held In honor of Mrs. Bernlce
lien Hruns, belter known hereabouts
as "Brother Heiijumln," blew In from
Kauai this morning, with n large ap
petite for Honolulu cooking and n
broad smile. The appetite, ho explain
ed, conio from seerul weeks of Chi
nese grub, mid tbe smile because of
tbe good showing that Willie Itltchlc,
tbu little Sun I'ruuclM'o boxer, uuida
ugaliist Krcddla Welsh In I.oh Angeles
limns used to manage. Itltchlc. mid
watched him through hl.s llrht bniitx.
lie's Just received u letter from the
joungster, mid Is to Join him In, Now
York und tuKe up the managerial du
ties again. He will say uu revolr to
ijonolulii Decembur -7, sailing on .the
"This Is tho best newx I could Imvo
got," said tlen this morning. "It's only
the second 20-round light Willie ever
had, and If be doesn't try to bite o(T
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'more than he can chew right away
hefN get to the top of the division It
htj doesn't take on too much weight,
I have nn Idea, though, that he's co
in jr to be a. lot heavier, and If he grows
Ihto.ii mlddlew eight he'll be a chum-
Itltchle took Ad Wolgast'a place In
the ring against Kreddle Welsh, and
while he lost the decision to the clever
furelgner, Illtrblu had him In a bad
way several times during the mill.
Hurrying from Packey McKnrland'H
camp on short notice, Itltchle was
hundncapped by the result of his trip
mid during the first few rounds he wax
wary of the llrlton, hut later opened
up. AVelsh'x xpeed and cleverness gov.
hint the honors up to the eleventh,
when Itltchle woke up nnd put over
jonio telling smashes. From then on
until the, nineteenth 'Welsh had the bet
ter of the milling, when the San Fran
else boy again came to life and stag
gered Welsh with telling puncliex,
it It tt
BARRY MAY NOT
GET THE GROUNDS
There Is upt to he something doing
when Manager Harry of the Pacific
Meet's shore schedule tries to get the
Mollllll grounds for ball games after
Saturday next, Tho Ilawullun Asso
ciation I'ootball League has an agree
ment with the Hapld Transit company
for the use of the park every Saturday
during the soccer season, and while
thero Ix no gume scheduled for next
Haturday, und no reason why the track
meet should not come off, the same
does not apply to the other dates made
Wnutrili Fifty moro ircnruUi
miles for the Floral Parade. -4 Oft la
Hue for tbe biggest carulral of till,
Yale Will Lead Eastern Col
leges in Clamor for Some-,
thing to Help Attack.
That football will be revised be
(oro another Heason begins seems
certain. Almort everyono feels (lint
something must he dine t strength
en the attack. Yale Is" likely to bo"'e runiur
iino uf the leaders In the movement
for revision, as tbu men from New
Haven undoubtedly feel that their
team this year should have been a
winner over 1'rlnceton under any
rode which gave the atack half a
S. J, Woodward, the fust long-dis
tance runner from the cruiser Colo
rado, und Soldier King, marathon
champion of Hawaii, can't seem to get
together on the, conditions of their
proponed match race.
Woodward Insists on going the full
marathon route, and says ho would
prefer to make It een further. King
snyx he's Jusi run one marathon In
which he beat Woodward, and that ho
doesn't think he should be called on
to repeat so soon, Ik shies, he Is of the
opinion that n 10-mlle cunt would bo
u better drawing card
King Is right In both contentions.
Woodward hud his chance nt King
over the full distance a week ngo, mid
the fact that the former was out of
condition Is neither here nor there. It
Is ngrettable, but It does not give
Wtodwiinl the shadow of n right to
rlnliii the marathon championship uf
the Islands should King not cure to run
iigalu at once
The rare ulilili Klii't won wax billed
us an Island marathon chnmplonsblp
months hefure the I'.iclllc lleet entered
port, A winner Is entitled to rest on
his laurels for a reasonable length of
time, ttiorc esps tally when the chal
lenger wax ilefeatid In the event which
brought the holder vlitory
No ilonht Woodward Is n clever ills-
lie showed form 111 tho
recent niarntl on, mid he also showed
that he wax not In the best of condi
tion. He Is also undoubtedly sincere
In his claim that It's the title und
not the i olu that be Is after, for he
offers to gw his entire share of the
gate to the Duke Kahananioku fund.
Honolulu will have to take oh their
lints tu him, Woodward, us champion
murathonir of the Islands. That talk
doesn't buhl water, mid nn one versed
In'the usages nnd unwritten luws-of
porting titles will pay(serloux, ntten
Hon In It. "
It's to be hoped, however, that either
Woodward or King will voluntarily
give way, fur a meeting between the
two vvould no doubt result In u great
it n t
RETIRED WHO IS
When the new rule.) were made. Uut WViodward Is oh on the wrong foot
the theory wax that tho forw.ir.l paRslwhen he ray.i that It King won't run
wax to ho the factor which wnuld'hlm tbe full distance, the ptopte of
enable teams to advance tho ball.
At the present time there can he no
question that the fciw rd pais Ix al
most a negligible nuantll). Ill t.'w
games tills reason has- the number
of passes attempted been as high us
fix, for the most turt tie bay hn
worked against the team attempting;
Old Football Is Beat.
The old theory of football wax
that a good attack was the 'el de
fense. To play the game xafe now It
Is advisable to let jour opponents
keep the bill. There Is more chance
lor a team to score, when tho ball U
In the possession of Its eiiemlej than
when It holds the ball Itself. Take
the games which Princeton )ayel
against Yale and Harvard and liar
vard'H game with Dartmouth, The
eight iioints scored by Princeton
against Harvard were all made while
the ball wax In Harvard u possession.
The six points made by the Tigers
against Ynlc were made when the
I all was In possession 'of the New
Haven men. The five points made
by Harvard against Dartmouth wcro
scored while Dartmouth had the bill.
Harvard earne'd a touchdown against
Princeton and Dartmouth earned u
.Icld goal .ngalmt Harvard. This
makes the total for., tlie defending
. ,n ... ' . .
icmu ii mi v, A . I
Four Downs Favored.
Tho change most 'frequently buk
fcested and which seems most logical
Is the four downs .for ten yards Idea
which Tom Choylln Is vigorously
booming. Under the present rules a
team has three downs to make 10
yards, but except when noar tho
goal line It is usually Inadvisable for
Since tho wily Jack Johnson nn
nounced his retirement from the
ring. In all probability with lha hopo
that somo one would be Induced
hereby to challenge him talk of a
new champion iu beglunnliig t.) be
heard. Johnson Is taken ut his word
nnd. is being left out of the discus
;-lon. Joe Jeannetto and Ham 1ing
ford havo all along been looknl upon
i.s the next In lino for tho title, nnd
leannette has not been slow to ad
mit his ability to fill the position
At the present time he Ix cut with
i challenge to any man In the world
to fight for the title. Sam I.angford
la .preferred, but oh he Is now In
Australia In search of some easv
money, Jeannetle will havo to look
elsewhere for action. Jeannetto Is
claiming that It was fear ot tho
power concealed in Ills copper-colored
arms that drove Laugford out
uf the country.
This claim Is worthy of nuru cre-
lenco than Is usually to ha put in
Giffard and Halstead Defeat
Bell and Gates, Fleet
The gulling contingent of the Pacific
Iket Is bus) practising for the team
match betwien lleet and town players,
Willi li Is scheduled fur Mime lime dur
ing the holldav's The tentative duto
set Is .Sunday, December 21
Tbe best golfer In tbe lleet Is Mid-
xhlpniilti John W (lutes of the Mary
land, who will undoubtedly play No. 1
for tbe'team. Arrniigiiiientx have been
at n standstill for the last tew days;
owing to 'tho iihsciii'ii of Lieutenant-
Commander Douglas, In command of
the California, now at llllo, who un
dertook to get togithir the lleet aggre-.
gallon or (luii-swlngcrx.
(lutes, partnered by Alex Hell, the
Country Club pro, took part In an ox
cltlng match ngulust Harold Olffard
und Prank Hotxteiul, Jillji'd over the
Ilalelwa (nurse Hunday. The latter
pair won up In 30 holes, playing best
ball mul aggregates.
(Sales showed himself lb b,. u tcr-
rlllc driver mid n careful Iron ptavcr,
hut be wax Juuientably on his putts.
Hell plii)wl steady gulf, and had the
line aggregate of ltd, Just 2 strokes
bettir than (Hoard, who reeled off a
brilliant 33 on Ids third round. Hal-
stead was steady, but bis curds were
rather on the high side
The llrst round saw the (latex-Hell
team 4 up (points) mid ut the end of
the 18 holes they were still 3 up. Tho
llrst round of the afternoon play saw
lilg revirral, I Jiff aril mid Halstead
winning 11 points on the round and
standing 8 up for 27 holes. Tbey fin
ished C up on the 3C.
(llfTurd and Hell did the most con
sistent scoring that has been seen on
tbe Wiilulua links for many months
ixvst. Their curds were ax follows:
Hell 34 38 39 30146
(llffard 38 37 33 40148
One of tho most familiar questions
asked by 'iHTsonhriyebnddctt'iJ"' tour
ists visiting Egypt and the great' pvra
mid' built by Cheops Is "I wonder bow
much It cost to build It?" A building
contractor with a head for figures and
building estimates lias estimated th it
the Cheops pyramid could not be du
plicated today for less than one hun
dred million dollars. With modern ma
chinery and the employment of 40,000
stonecutters, haulers, quarrymen, ma
sons mid laborers n duplicate ot tho
pyramid could be erected In two years.
It has been calculated that the work
really required the services of 100 000
men for thirty years. The Cheops
pyramid occupies u spuco of 12 3-1 acres
an I Is 74t! fett high and contains 143.
31&.000 cubic anlH of stone mid gran
ite. The material alone represents nn
Item or $30,000,000, while tho labor
would liicreuro llila amount by t"!,000,
000, To this must he lidded 13,000.000
for tools, transportation mid slmllnr
Items The loramld Is luillt on u solid
rock lfiO feet deep, mid to build n foun
dation of this character vvould add to
the cost to thu extent of making th.
lotal of SIOO.000,000.
team to try a third tUsh unlelul! ...-. ... .. .. ...... .............
. , - , i. tfT f muMil iiuanta. tw lliu UIUJ LUiiKilll u
tho distance to be galneiTu a yard took ship for the laid or the Kanga
or less, in other wonlaa team has . i. ... ,. ...,
, .. I ii' (If V " " IIIM IV. H. ( flltl! tJLMllll,ll
muKu. eigiii or nine 'varus in lwo"f0r a twenty-round battl
battle on the l'a-
. ,- , ,- - i u inEHij-iuiinii uauiu uu uir iu-
downs If It wishes to .told ptmtlnB'rnc toast, an I hroko off the milch
on tho third down. With four downsuhout making any good excuse,
a team might have on. play, stopped; when tho pilr met at Madison
and still make the required dlstauce. (-,,nro Harden a short tlmo ngo.
Konr downs would give, the lino jennnette tdiowcd that ho wus. fully
plunging attack a chiticjl bun It ih, eaa If not tlm superior of Unv
vvonld also stimulate the use of open, turd. Jeannette's ability to ii,lml
daring plays as a quarterback with tuto punishment offset tlie sunerlor
four downs would i, more willing to force of I-utigford'a l.lnwx. Jcin
nke a chance or a JjumIIiIo.-Iosj Jetto also showed moro cle-ernes..
Nn one with threlj.'U Ann herVanu endurance than I.ungfor.1. It Is
change advocated by Chevllil Is that becauso of this greater tMidura.ico
ho defensive halfbacks be -required that Jeannctte believes ho cm lust
o stand ten yards back of the line i.angford In u twcnty-rouml fight.
In scrimmage. I , ,,, ,
Tho enormous heavy premlurh' There will bo a meeting of tho''Kx
whch Is put on playing It Bafu at pctillvo Committee of thu Civic IVd
present ought lo be taken off. and er-illon of Honolulu nt the Public Scr
undOHbledly will at the rfext meet- vlco Association looms nt ' p. m.,
Inn of tho rulea committee., ..Wednesday. Hoc. 20, 1911.
A denial that they have any Interest
In the land In question was died in
the Circuit Court yesterday by Mr.
and Mrs. Iloll In the cuse of the Kane
olio Illce Mill Company against Kd
ward Mulalhl Iloll (k) et ul. The
husband and wife urn named as de
fendants und ask for their costs In
What healthy Nerves
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A strong vigorous nervous system
means, health, strength and ability
to endure hardship and also to en
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The man with litihhy ntrtn iccompliihn
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i. an actlt r brain ami a ajunj bo.iy. lie
rnablrd la II. Ink belter and work fattr."
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The oinan Willi healthy nervea It never
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