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KING AND WOODWARD TALK
IT OVER AND AGREE
Soldier and Sailor Ri)nners .Patch Up Differences and Make
Match for One-Hour Grind on the Track Race Is Prac
tically Ten-Mile Event Fans Relieved.
t $ ii , - $ '$ .. ... i .y
A little iulet "get together" meet
ing often turns the matchmaking trick
whirr column of newspaper chal
lenges liuvu fullcil. So It wax with
David I.. Wlthlnglon f Ik's city Hohllcr King anil M. J Woodward,
nmle Jules Vi rue's hi ro ur "Hound the vvhoc managers have been dickering
Win hi In nighty Das" rutin- look IIUu fl)r rim- through the pap'trs ror llie
mi A D. T incssciigir with tin- latent llst fmlr ,iay. Nw It'll till llxed. the
Nlik 1'nrtir serial, on his recent dash agreement being In the nature or a.
fiiim Iliinuhihi tii rrlncetoii. Trains roniprnniliic between the terms de
wcic cauiiht by seconds, mill ImatM munded by Woodward ami those which
went hoarded nrter the gangplank was King vvns ready to conctdn.
half-way In, In the mail race to arrive King and the speedy sailor runner
In time for tht Princeton-Harvard nrt. K up nKnlnst enih other In a
freshman football game, one-hour rme, which will be held Sat-
llere'h the story of the trip as told unlay. December DO. Thc will run fur
by the New llueii Juiirnal-Courler of H,,. .i f $ioo nild ror a supplement
reient date: tary purse to be raised by the sailor
'David I.. Wllhlngtnii. rather of the f the Colorado, which will be split C5
trio of Wlthliigtun brothers In liar- und 35.
varil uthli'tlcs, has made u uuuiber of. t h good news to the fans that
trips froui far-off Honolulu to Cam- w'oodward and the local marathon
bridge or New I.onili New Ha- champion are to meet, for eur since
veil In the last few cars, timing his the former's iitpearauce In the big
ImslnesM engagements with opportunl- niarathoti two weekjs ago. followers of
lies to mp bis boys In conipitltliin In the distance game have been anxious
sport Hut bis recent experience In ,,,. him again In iiitlou, aftir he
coming from Hawaii to I'rlinitoii to ,.1H jim chance to get Into some
sie his Joiing sou play ugaliist the n,K ke condition. Woodward Is u
iigi r freshmen was so unusual that It r,.u runner. He has good form, al
ls worth tilling. I though his knee action seems n bit too
"Mr Wlthlngton Knew his son was ,K, fr 10 full distance lie runs
llld ly lo play nt Princeton on Nnveui- m(. ten-inller, but Woodward says
her 4, nnd lis he had business here M). i,n fi rs the longer mule and that
he planneil to take In the game If pns. l(,-,i mther do thirty or thlrly-Ovo
slble Whin his steamer arrived In miles than the marathon He lay
Han rranclsco he had Just IE minutes rent stress nil his endurance, which
to CHtth his train coming Hast, and Mt, ,.,, s n lo needs when In i un
made It. In Chicago he had only 10 ,ltlon.
minutes' liewny to make connection.' Agree on Distance,
and he arrived III Princeton Just live t W1IB m,r t. matter of distance
at King over the full marathon, but
Huron, tin) soldlir's manager, would
nut hear or letting his man go the
long route again so soon, and suggest
ed it 10-mlle go. Then W'oodward put
up n talk about claiming the marathon .;
championship by default, but when It .
was put ill' to him that King had only!,;.
Just won his title, and that he, Wooils.
ward, had taken part In the same race, j
and could not force King to defend his .:.
laurels on such short notice, he readily
saw the point and the one-hour event
was agreed to as u sort of compro
mise. Woodward Is a good sports
man, and was evidently sincere In all
he said, but his talk of sailing nway
with the Island title Just because King
wouldn't Jump Into his spikes nnd go
through the long grind again, read like
the appendix to Joe Miller's Joke book
Expect Good Mileage.
As n matter of tact, the one-hour
event, will come pretty rluse to being u
lo-mlli race The fastest mile of the
last marathon was the third, 0 42. and
It Is certain that the two men will cut
out n much raster clip over the short
distance, llaron believes that the win
ner will envir between 10 1-2 and 11
miles In the single circuit nf the min
TIip Woodward-King match will ho
one feature nf a big card that U. S.
Marry Is arranging for n fleet field day.
Prev lous to the one-hour race "Hill"
Itlce, the local nmateur speed-burner,
will run Hart of the Maryland ISO
yards, nnd Immediately afterwards the
pair will go over the SR0 route".
There will nln be n hntl gnme lie-
KAM PLAYERS LIONIZED.
There was u big demonstra
tion on the Kotn field yester
day afternoon, when tho llns
or nieven football uggregntlon
took the third and deciding
game of the series from the
Reliance aggregation. The win
ners were hoisted on the shoul
ders or their friends and carrlnl
off tho field, to tho swing of
martial music played by the
There has been more Interest
and excitement over tho recent
series than Kamehameba has
been able to stir up In any oth
er branch of sport It shows
that the American brand or
football Is popular with the
students, and there Is a chance
that more attention will be paid
to the game next season
The winners secured the only
touchdown or the game In the
llrst quarter, after carrying the
' ball nearly the entire length of
the Held In a series of three
' . ? t S .it . .5 tj
IN CLOSE GAME
FRILLS ARE ADDED
Will Go the West Virginia a
Few Better With Friday
The men of the trulsir Colorado
don't Intend to let Hie West Virginia
'"' crowd bang an thing on them when
"? It comes lo ihep sea boxing entertain-
incuts The West Virginia pulled off
'! a string of bouts last Saturday on tha
? navy dock, and tomorrow night tho
,s Colorado sports will stago a similar
'' nffalr embellished b frills and llino
'' vatlnus In the llrst pi ice the show
' will he given Inside the Aljkea wharf
" building, and J Pliivlus Is welcome to
" do Ills worst without getting a chanco
81 to spoil the evening. It was rather
' moist, to say the least, at the West
" Virginia show, and the spectators to
, morrow night will undoubtedly enjoy
, the bouts more rrom not having to
oiMilir lln'h own bodily welfare.
The Colorado's band will dlscourso
sweet music betweiu punches, ami
some of the clevir fellows of the crow
will do vaudeville turns, funny mono
logues croon. I and lofty tumbling, and
Juggling with lull pound projectiles.
The main cm lit will be an s-rounil
mill bitwieu (Jane I and ItiKkctiateln.
both of the Colorndo According to
regulations two extra rounds can bo
fought If tlic are needed to arrive at
Colorado Nine Trims Maryland
to Tune of 2 to 1 Three
Banner Wins Contest.
a ilci'lMon Tlu'ie will ! ma, I nood
Thri'i i'-kH nf rnil practice nnhoro prHltn.
turn iloni' wntultTM for tin Meet bait
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
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mluutcH before the game started Nat- tint u,,, r(1l.(, in leeu hanging tire, tween the We-t Virginia nnd the Col-
urally, aftir the game was over he was Woodward demanded another chanco nrado for the fleet championship
conv luted that It was worth the i'-,..aBaiaaB
tram dlunry effort"
TO BE REVISED
The elimination of what ho termsnn
tliiuated rules from the basebull code
was one of the suggistloiiH of Presi
dent Charles W Murphy of the Chl
cugii Kiitliui.il League club at tho
meeting In New York last week.
Murphv would appoint a rules com
mittee for the purpose of going through
the piesent code and weeding out
such clauses as appear to be dead Is
sues and which aie not enforced by
lie proposes to ask that a committee
composed of four umpires, two fiom
each or the big leagues, and three
basebull writers well versed In the
present deficiencies of the rules, bo
appointed for this purpose
According to the plun, the league
magnates would he given no flnal'vnte
In the matter. Murphy says he be
lieves It Is the fault of the club owners
Unit the code In use has not kept pace
with the game.
Commenting on the proposed change,
Dinplro Hunk (VDuy said:
"It Is Impossible for un umpire to
enforco every role ns now laid down,
and hence If they are not followed they
should be stricken fiom the rules."
n n n
SAM McVEY STOPS
LESTER IN EIGHTH
t lie.. L'.i.Lllurlluiril lllu flit-IUMt IrfllfllT
.. neavyy.. .-..-..".-... .. " "-"-"'-" by a good crowd or bluejacket runs. gllng of In merchamlls,:. as re-
Australia, or the New lork IrM -Ainerlca,. A - ,., rompnril,,vrly UIltrM .,rM , . ,,,.,, , ,.
leuc V.IUO, to prepare uie owei.i.u...- ,r,..1, ., ,, ,,.,,. ,i, ...i,. ..... ,,.. , ..... , ,.,
'"".1 " "" '"" "'"' '' -n.rlU both signed ror ,.,., goods as ... P. Young.
1IU1HHANK. Queensland. Dec,
Hani McVej- or' Ciilirornl.
k..-.l.l.. .kl.nm.klnn . tt 11.11 Idt lt
ni'iKii i,'Miiniin Mi(,"Mt ,
defeated Jack Lester or Cle Kluin. letlc Club, to prepare the Hwedlsliath
Wash , today In the eighth round. Mc
Vey had all the better of tho light,
which was scheduled to go ten rounds.
Lester showed plenty or pluck nnd
took nn extraordinary amount or pun
ishment about the head mid ribs.
TO 8AIL ROUND BALLOON
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
teams, nnd all the cruiser nines are
now putting up a brand that Is far
ahead of the sample they cut loose
when they llrst hit the beach The Pa
cini' licit Includes an exoptlonally line
lot of athletes, the present bunch be
ing even above the high standard set
.by past ships' (oiupauleH I
A VKkllrJC fSftAPLI emiTii.i) me i oioraui iriiiiiucii iuit
A TANKfcc, LUAbM Marjland on the Motlllll diamond, tak- ThJ Piilem! authorities yesterday nr-
lug the long tnd of u 2 to 1 score after rested a Chinaman named Hung T.il
following Swcdiii'a exumple In hlr-
an exciting game which was watrhed Chong In connection with the smng-
A public baud concert will be given
tlilH evening ut the Alexander Young
Hotel roof gulden, commenting at
half-pant huvuii. Tlio program will be:
Murch Manhattan lteuci Hoiihu
Overture l-Vatlvul Stork
Intermezzo Cluud of Hiiscn,..llerger
.Selection Musical Itvvlew, by re
Vocal Hawaiian nungH..iir. by Horger
Selection My Old Kentucky Home
Waltz Christmas I.lncke
Maich i:i Capltuii Sousu
The Htur Spangled tanner.
Hmest Ovitz, tie husky right. hand
pitcher who was with Aberdeen In
I'jOU and who had u difference with
Hup I locan over salary last season, has
decided to report to the Vernon club
CO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
176 King Street Phone 2467
has tontracted with Charles Rrlckson,
president of u llrooklyn turnvcreln and
former natlonul champion middle
weight wrestler, to coach und train
the athletes of Norway for next sum
laickunu will begin his work Imme
diately He will lie In the employ of
the Norwegian govirmueiit, which will
stand baik of him in his labors lo weld nr,.. n,
together a strong Norwegian team for Scully, c .1
the Olympics. 'crowd'er. 3h '.'.'.'.'.. t
I.Ike Sweden, Norway has been ill- Worster, ss 2
vlded Into nthletlc districts, and Krlck- gbei. , 3
son's llrst duties will be to visit these pettus If 2
districts, hold athletic meets Ulul se- loi,,,. rf 3
tic In n sphirlcal bulloon with two us- left the men who will gather In Chris- ,OKBjoni cr n
melates some time during February imma in uie siiriuu 101 unai iriu.- .Matthews, p
next. Ho Is conlldent the trip can be Hon
Holder than nny previously thought
of plan for trussing the Atlantic Ocean
Is that which Hans Oerlcke, winner or
the 1 K 1 1 (lorilun lleiientt balloon race,
announced at a dinner given In his
honor recently at l.uchow's restaurant.
flerlcke proposis to cioss the Atlan
In four diivs tr everything goes
FEDERATION HEARS OF
PROGRESS FOR PARK
The money needed ror creating tlio
new l.llluokiiluiil Park In Nuuunu Val
ley Is coining In rust, oyer three thou
sand or the live thousand dollars nec
essary being now on hand. This re
port was made to the executive com
mittee or the Civic Federation lit Its
meeting eslerdiiy ufternoon.
A. I'' Cooke, reporting on tho law
and ordir section, staled that ho had
visited the luov lug-picture houses ami
had round ever) thing very satisfactory.
He suggested that the conduct or tllO
sailors from the Meet
IN CATHOLIC CHURCHES
Announcement was made today of Sullivan, If
tlio special Christmas services to be Wilson, rr ,.
given In the various Catholic churthes.H'nmlns, Hi
of. the city. They are as follows: i Kaiser, e ...
Cathedral (City) First mass at Wells. :h ...
4:30 a. in. with Holy Communion Hlber. 3b ..
Masses until 9:00 a m. 9:00 Ctill Dixon, cf ...
dren Mass with sermon and spoclal Copey, p ..
'.ntislc. 10:30 a. m. High Pontifical Chalmers, rr
Mass. Orchestra and choir. 3:00 p.!
in. Conflrmitlon for children followed Totals 2
by the Benediction of the Messed Score by Innings:
eacrament. - iMnryland 1
WnlklklSI Aneiistlner Christmas Colorado It 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ills opponents and Ills own team mates aun tul n some tlnio to locate him.
by striking out 13 and allowing only The charges ngalnst both he and I.eo
four hits. Heldler pitched good ball Wall Chung, In whose house the dope
for tlio losers Lonsdon won the game was round, will come up bcrore the
when ho connected ror n clean three- mart Mime time In January,
bagger. I The grand Jury utile Ii mi t yestirday
The official score rollows: and returned an Indictment that was
COI.OItADO. placed on the secret llie. has donated
AHHIIII Hit PO A K alt Its pay. $51. to the iiiallhlul Christ
laitir In the day Denis M Keoho
was arrested, he having hi en the man
ludlclcit The charge ngainst him Is
that or embezzlement mini the post
olllce. the litter In which the money
was contained In lug In the postntllcn
when he look It. Hall has heen fixed
at $500, luil was not arranged ror yes
It.ilmiindo Cnrnlnllo, a Porto Hlcan,
has declired his Intent Ion of becoming
II United Slates cltl?en He tiled Ids
llrst papirs icstciil'iy In the Federal
1 27 11
Totals 25 2 C
AHIt I1I1HHPOA i:
U. OF C. MANDOLIN
CLUB DUE TOMORROW
9 I 4 1 24 11
Eve, Midnight mass with special mil-
hould come uu-i'o nn'l sermon, Holy Communion. P
dir his eit ion. and further stated that, " w """"
! i' itinnnn Niieren iieari
I've. Midnight muss and Communion.
Senator Dickey reported that he luiili 7:J J-ow ,nn'1'
rvaiiiii-wacua 01 joiiti mo nap
list: Christmas Kve midnight mass
i ...i... -i.i .. . ...
tommltl .f width ho Is chairman' "" '"-- " "" ";" -
. . .... i Hlsh mass.
proposes that these lie piaceu ai inu. --- --
puhllo baths, WalklMi Thomas Siiiare,
so far the hihuvior or tho men hud been;
obtained llgures for eight drlnlilng
roiintuliis ut a tost ut $22.50 each. The,
Summary Three-base hit, I,ogsdon;
bases on balls, off Matthews 3, Copsey
1, Heldler 1: struck out, by Matthews
13, Copsey 1, Heldler 2; hit by pitcher,
flray, Kaiser i
University of California will bu
kiiuwu far and widu along the watir
fiont tomorrow morning when tho
- Meamshlp Sierra arrives alongside tint
1 ilotk for the eighteen joulig colleglato
members of the 1' of C mandolin
0 0 fl o o o o 01 l"'1 "ho me aboard are expected to
letiirn tho college e, which will bo
shouted from tho shore by graduates
now rcHlduit In Honolulu. A number
or the local 1' nf C men will be at
the dock to greet tho student travel
ers and gill f.lvo them u warm wel
come. Tlio salu of seatB fur the perform
ances have been going well. The box
plan, in charge of William Doiithltt,
is open nt the Public Service rooms,
Hmuia Square, Aula Park, two along
the llsplauade, ouu at the Capitol
grounds und the Judiciary. Tlio super
visors uro to lie usked to defray tho
cost of Installing
The lluaiiiial report shows that there
will be a credit balance or $21 Willi
which to start the new year.
KAMAAINA PASSES ON
After nn Illness of three months,
Levi Knpahullliiia Kuiimualil, u well
known kaniaulua of Kapuu, Kuual,
died at the residence of his grandson,
Herbert Muudoii, ut Kaiiuukl, at C
o'clock yesterday morning. He wub
till years old on the Stli Inst. Ills re
mains will bu taken to Kuual for bur
ial. The grandson will accompany
the lemalliH to Kuual.
A mun admires his wife's relatives
If they ure rich and distinguished.
At I nVlnek nevl Kiiinliiv nfleriiiuin. Klllg street, next to the First Nation
Monalua St. Joseph: 7:00 a. III. December L'4. the members of the "Kn ill Hunk, and he hart been kent talrlv
High mass wllh special music. I Mukua Man lxa Church," nt Kaplo- busvv disposing of tho piisluboards.
Kulimikl (Sicred HeartB Convent) an trncti Kulllh, will give u Hawaii- Tim llrst night's sales ure, already
7'00 ii. in. mass nnd Holy Coininu- on luaii for the beucllt or their chapel, heavy and the other two peifurmances
iiloil. 10:30 a. in. Low mass and ser- after the service and Sunday school nro going weil
moil. Special tnusl. 4:00 p. m Sol- exhibitions. Hawaiian dishes will bo
omit neiiedlctlon of the III, Sacra- u specialty Admission lo the luaii
nient. will be $1 for milt und CO and 2.r.p for
uanit prison etui a. in. mass witn children. Tickets can Do obtained
from the members, or nt the gale
Everybody Is welcome.
Ringing by tho O. P. (iiintet.
Phillip Correu is suing Jualilta Cor
rea for divorce In San Francisco be
cause she would not live In San Frnn
clsco with lilm, preferring her home
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding- or Protruding Piles In 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
May Helena Dow ling lias
suit In the Circuit Court to recover
$r,000 alleged to be due from the Kni
nloyers Liability Assurance Company
of London. Howling took out a policy
In September 1910 and was hurt this
year, dying as the result of his In
juries, A claim was made but noth
ing further was heard,
An ounce of preparation fur the
r'loral Parade nun Is north a pound
of hurry later ou.
Charles tl Hartlctt, ns chairman of
the triiHlees of Harmon) Lodge, 1 O
O F, has brought action to foreclose,
a mortgage, Jinou, given by Frederick
C Miller to Manuel domes In October.
I IU0S Tiiu note was sold to the lodge
stnrled ""' '"'xl u'l'
139 Merchant Street
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.niinn'iinfl.t. I 1 'iiiitiliTJiiJMi