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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1911.
BULLETIN'S SPORTS-BREEZIEST AND BEST
BAT NELSON JUST
Why do tlicy kwp mi tryliiK? Tlml'M
tin' ipo'illon Hint (in" ninny iiHkn wlicn
fiiiiii" tnp-nntclur of the mpiurcd clrclo
dropi Into tli Ii.ih hi-cn cIiikh utid taken
ii fi'iv Ik'iiIIiikj from 'i-nhl inti'm. And
It'M a ciucstlon that' inltthty haul til
mnwir. Hoiiih of thi'in 1 It fur llm
monoy, lli:iirlni; that tin' ruin U worth
the luatlnit, lint moil of thi'in ln It be
catiM' thi-y t'ali't hi lug theuiHtlveM to
Ih'IIhvi' that Ihi-y nru ri'iilly on 1 1 1 n w 1 1 1 1 f
so far nil tin IIkIiI Kaun Is i uiu'crni'd,
So It In with HattlliiK KiIhuii, who
llltt II llt-l'lftlnll In 'Oiiu ltoiiml" lloK'iti
In Niw Vol It lunl liliilit. The iihtu fact
1 1 i.i I the "Iliiruhlt- I).uh" una Iwuleli III
n lu-ioiiinl nrfalr uiuild not luuo boon
surprltdiiK t'M-n u h'W jrutH lien, whin
thf niu'-tlino ili.iiniloii wan In IiIk
lirlnii', for Hat wan iivmt u m'li-htllln
hiixir. ami hi iii'ord xIiowm Hi-vrrtil
ilifi'atH ow'i- thu Khort courso, lint,
nciorillni; to Ihu tubli' dlnp.iti'hi"i, Nil
koii niailo I lit II oorry Hliou'lna- iiKiilnxt
llm San KranilHi'ii lad, mill uncuvrrvd
NEW TALES TOLD
Dy W. A, Phelon.
"Clieek" or "ClilcaB"" Knockout
llrowiilleorRi'iH Contnu Is IiIh hip
tlnniil iiaine In mie. of Iho liclver
flKlitor of the inodeni cinp, and, bii
fur In IiIh caner, Imn done work tln.t
pocina most cicdltnblo. Knnie day.
perhaps, hu will he inlddlo wuli;lit
(li.'iniplon, mid If hu fulls It will not
lie for lack of tryliji?. Hum 11 Is tin
liidiistiloiis worker and would fight utl,
elephant If hu could hut hcu tho coin.!
When thu (licvk lulildlu welKht llit
cauie out, lumoM'r, hu winked evonj
narncr, mid 1111111 1 xainer any nH'ciai
wads of cutieiicy. Ilo w.ib u wresller,
ah most (Iri'ok sithleles :iru when they
lilt Ihls count 1 y, and had mi tlioiiKhl
Of IIkIHIUK till ll Itllll Hl'l'll NONCIIll
liallles wllh the nloves. Then lu
took up tho llstlc itanie, kept up his
vieillliik-, Iiki, and was tho orlKlll il
busy huuiblu Cor many anil many a
One titRlit, thniu was it club kIio.v
nt KIkIii, III. A sletulor and suave
pioiuotcr whs iiultliiK on ll.o 111011, ami
thoiiKlit be hud rounded up a full ar
ray of boxers, wrestlcis and all loiind
oiiieitalucis. When lime was hear
for tho llrst oveiit, n wresltlui; match,
il was dlscoM'ri'd Hint iinu of thu mat
nieii hadn't shown.
"iii)un, iiu tako tills fellow on,
'von'! oii?" pleaded tho pioinoler.
And lliown Ihoutih hilled to box thu
loiiith event, went on, limned, haulo.l
mid llually tliiuw Ids mull.
lu the hcound nuntber, 11 hoxlnu
Imut, 0110 of thu coiiiliitants ilefuultcil,
declaim); Unit hu wiih sick. Thu pr
1'ioler seized upon .Mr. Ill own,
"Ilrowii, meet llils Kiiy, won't ou?
You can beat III in." hu iiiKed, and
lliown won I on. After qulm a baltlo
ho Honied tho oilier pel hull and iimIciI
limn Ids tiibors.
Tho third event wan a quarter of
sliiR-crs, ho lliown wasn't asked to
take 11 number, huihisciI to lio 11
frlonilly set-tn with anotlier (lieek.
S-'onio sinner wtiispoieil to tlie oilier
Cicok thai Drown lulendcd to knock
hint mil, mid another villain told
lliown that Ills nilU'iKiry was koIiii;
10 double ctosu lilm. At the r nind
nf the K'K the two (ireeks liuutled
liiK'otlier anil llalU'd like demons,
hcrpluir It up till both weal In their
knees, utterly oxhiiiiHlud.
of the Italian-Swiss Colony, in bulk and bottled.
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LIKE THE REST
nut n Mimic Hindi of hi foniaT unlit
nt'KH, Tlint'H tho nurprlse, for even rel
ics of Urn rlmr hIiow lliiHlie of form.
IlaltlliiK Nelwjn I nil In, ntnl mi nils
taUu. Ills IlKhtlnB day nre over, mid
If hi' hail litfii wlit- lie wouhl have
Konl Into ntlrenieiit nfler the terrible
.licntliiK ho took from Ail WiiIkuhI ut
Hhhinonil two enr iiko, when the
llghtwtlitht truwn clmiiKfil hand, or,
rather, bond.. Tho Dniio ha been
llxhlliiK for hIxIk-ii yearn anil Is Uoku
tu 30 ur of iiki'. A Ioiik MrlnB of
hnnl buttle Is honnil tu tell on the
iiinntltiitloii of even a trnliii.il nthlcte,
enpi chilly when n Hshtir imslinllutP!)
liunlKlinient from every opponent as
Ni Imiii lines. He wan lit the top of tho
heap for years anil except for the few
niontliH that elapseil between the Clold
fli'lil Unlit with poor Joe ilium anil the
next meetlntc between the pair III Han
rramlnco, he hehl tho title for years.
Uatlllng .Nelson Is well llxeil with
this worhl'H Rood, lie Ih one nf tbosu
canny pukIIIMs of the Attell ami llrllt
clan, who make It a point to no.ik
down Hie major portion of their ring
enrnliiKH, not fur a rainy ilay, hut at a
foiinil.itloii for IiiisIiipkh wntlirvH. Nel
rou iiomt hit tho ir Inn use iath, pave J
with the champnKne corkM, of Stanley
Ketchil. Jink JohllMin n ml the rent, and
hu Is In no d.iuifer of roIiik to the
pnnrhotoie If hn leaves the rlnif Kiinm
When lie cninu nut of that 4!ruunil
nrfalr at ltlclimonil, I'Vbruary S2, 1909,
his friends ndvNed him to K Into lion
ornble tetlrenuut, with nil the Klory
of a really crcal defeat. Uut Nelson,
as might hae hem expected from tits
IiuIIiIok wnyx, Hhook Ills thick thatch
of hair, waKKcd his caiillllnwir ear, ami
wild, "It was n lucky punch did It. I'll
Kit lilm yet."
And now the unknowns nre making
a piiiichluK Iiiik of lilm
Sic Iriinslt (Jorla puiiill
AT THE RINGSIDE
Brown rcpopcil for all of half an
hour. Then thu favorite for thu bin
wrestling Imut of the nlRht was found
to be iiiIshIuk. Thu promoter np-
puiachud. lliown, and, rather than
let the night be a lizzie ami it bloom'
or, Drown onco more obllKi'd. Some
how or other he flopped a blKKer man
and his woik was ilono Nothing
to do until tomoirnw.
Tho pirmoter went over lit Mr.
lliown and solimuly fmci'd XI up in
lilm. "Drown, my boy, nu'u ilone
Kraiull" said lie, "l'u pit n stag
liooki'd for Satuiday night, lie theie
ami I'll glo you $7.00."
"Nope. Not me. MUser llarrees
negatived the (Ircek. "I fight two
men. I throw two men. You Kiev
die Xt, I'or 17.50 jiiu sure must want
tint I roinmeet niurder, jin' I won't do
let. 1 rolusu to murder anjlio.ly. mls
icr joii lietlcr geet nnozzcr lioy."
Wlien it l'rlnei'ton man lold n Yala
man that omt of the best players ot
1U11 was near sighted thu Yale man
was mi moused that hu laughed, und
tl.iu olfered to make 11 wager that It
couldn't be true.
One of those will done chop affairs,
with 11 mug of ute as 11 digester, was
the stake. The Yale man lost.
Duff, the l'rlneiton guard, who made
rueh 11 sptenilld showing that All-Amcr-Ic.ius
nre Including, him In the list, is
near sighted, but can get along 011 the
football Held. He can see will us fur
an the average punt.
John M. Duff Is the .wuing mnn's
name. Hu will be 1!.1 years of nge In
January. I'or three jenrs he played
Willi patient persoernnce on the foot
ball K(llad. He was guard lu his fresh
limn 5 ear, but was hurt. He played In
the gnuiu with the Yule freshmen which
Ills only athletic diversion is foot
ball. Keene I'ltscpatrlck would not per
mit Duff to try for the weights because
he did not like the athlete's heart no
There wire soinu Harvard and Ynlo
men who dldtiiut like Durf's heart ac
tion, but for iiuiither reason. N. Y.
.;. .$. ,. 4. , .s, 4, 4, 4, .sv J , .s
PLUM TO LOS ANQELES.
To celibrnfe Washington's 't
birthday propirly, Abu Attell '
" will defend Ids title of feather-
'? welKht champion of the world
from Johnny Kllbane In I.os iv
' Angeles. The baltlu Is scheduled
' for twinty lounds, and n ref- !
ireo's deiUloii will settle nil
nrgiiineiits. Thu nrtlcles cull for
the boys to weigh In at 122
pounds ringside. I'or his part !'
' In the 101nh.it Attell Is to get'"'
$7000 anil n slke of the gute '
receipts. Kllbuue will draw
" down jrauio ...
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CIVILIANS " PLAY
NAVY MEN AT
Fleet Against Country Club
Team Match In Progress
A leu 111 golf niatih, which promises
to pin vide both good golf mid good fun.
Is taking place over the. Country I'lub
lourse this afternoon, Clght golfers
from the r.u'lllu Meet lire up against
eight of the local lontlugent, and us
hmidlcuph have been nrinnged for the
visitors on the form width they huxe'
shown during the past few weiks, the
result should be lu doubt up to the time
tlie last pair llnlsh, .
T fllll plays No. 1 for the Ouhii'
men, while Midshipman John W dates'
of the Mnrjhinil leads the navy play
ers. I'ollonlng nre the teams unit
pairings, with the handicap of each ,
dates (C) vs. Ulll (Kcratch), Ur Smith '
(10) vs. mtTiird (siratch). Underwood,
(8) vs. Anuus (scratili). Douulas (Hill
s Armstrong (2), Wells (1.1) s. Hal
stead (7), llonvllllnu (IV) xs. Kedlng-
Ion (7), Dr. Vlckvry vs Hlmpsoii (tu),
Wurtxliaugh vs, II. Wulki-r.
ODD HAPPENINGS IN THE
MERRY WORLD OF
A largo number of students nt the
University of Wisconsin recently lit
tended the opening licture of a course
on football coaihlug. A sirles of lec
tures on tho subject will bo conducted
by Coach John It lllihards and stu
dents will leeelve class credits for al
Ill the In hires by Coach Itlchards
special attention will be gtvoi to thu
thtory of co.uhlug and teilinliiue,
rules, team mid position piny. Hlgnuls
ami formation will also receive dun
attention. Students of the course will
conch the cmidldutes for next ear's
Huston cjllli, will strengthen unit has
Promoting u six-day bicycle race,
such us Is In Id minuully In Madison
Kiuaru tiarden, New York, costs tr,0,-
000, according to l'romoters Towers and
I'olliiuk. It costs S&00O to construct the
saucer truck; agents are hired as early
as May I lu different Iluropeun cities
to secure thu best foreigners In the
Held to compete lu the race. These
foreign riders are assured expenses
from the tlmu they leave their domes.
Tlie pioinoters furnish trainers, pay
transportation mid hotel uccommndii
Hon, Liberal bonuses are paid riders
Han Johnson says three teams will
make Ihu Athletics hurry to win the
pennant nuxt suisou the Naps, Wliltu
Knx mid Ited Hux,
"Tho Athletics will tiled with more
stubborn opposition nil tho way
through," says Johnson, "flrlllith will
make 11 good manager lit Wushlngtoti,
und Cleveland made 11 ten strike se
curing Harry Da,vls.
"McAlecr. us a stockholder In the
llostou club, will strengthen and hut
already boosted the team's chances by
getting Juke Staid for first baseman
and inunager. Tlie Wliltu .Sox should
make 11 good showing under Jimmy
Convinced that Hie Wlsconsln-Mln-niHota
league can not long suivlvc, ))u
lutli nml Superior, Wis., may play out
law ball next year, according tu reports.
It Is said nil outlaw Iciigue, Including
Duluth, Huperlur, Virginia, Winnipeg.
Ilrmidun, tho Twin Cities und one oth
er town, will bo formed.
A O, Spalding says the Oreeks
played baseball 4000 years ugo. "I'M
said that wus Cy Young's first season
139 Merchant Street
SOME STARS OF WESTERN FOOTBALL
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L Tll " tBilca..rt "Mill 8ffH FnAMM I
x jjv KjU ' 1 1 1 1 11.
lot WIS, jgjgy
Unheralded bejond the fact that he
was the vocalist of the lu'Umlolln 1 lull
of the Itnlvirslty ,of Callloiiila. I.utber
II. Maacdant held 11 irovvded house ut
the Opera House from stnrt to llnlsh.
Impelling to hear tl rillnary lollege
yoke, to the audleiiie his sliming ctuim!
as 11 revelation, mid time utter lime he
was called to the footlights again I
I'lissesseil of 11 hardline voice that Is'
nearly peifecl, trained to perfection
und foil of feillug, ils singing ranks j
with any Hint luistiiccii licuni lure, ins
third cm 01 e, "I Hear Thee Culling,"
wus Hie in.ihti.riilt'i'e of the I'VLlllnir.
and allhougli the curtain was dropped,
the iruwd was so enthusiastic that one
mule song had to I hi given before his
heal ers, would allow the program logo
on .Manhunt Is a fiiriui r pupil of
Miss Wllthrow, who played his uicom
panlini III last night
The mandolin club plajeil well as n
body and look with tiro ulidlence every
time, novel being allowed tu go without
mi euiore Topical music Is Hut Idea,
lntirspirsed wild "stunts" Tlie play
ing of the "ing," "Who Let the Cows
Out?" wllh effects, during vvhUli 'Cel
lolst Nachtrieli "niooed" deurtfiellngly,
was an especial hit. They know their
imixlc mid. what Is mute, know how to
Hut the "stunt" entrepreneur of Hint
bunch Is (fitiilulv "I'lg" Tuylor, nbly
iisslsud by Stanley 1'lsk Ilryuu, Ills
purlin r from Hie Orpheiim fun circuit.
Ilryan wiih down on thu progium for 11
planolague, und started ulf lu 11 very
griueful way when one of the side
doors opened und lu camo "I'lg." I'Yinn
then 011 there wus merriment. Homo
of Hie Jokes well' so lino and delicate
that It took the audience 11 minute to
glasp llieni, but when they did, the two
llrpheum Clicult fans on tho stngo had
to wait until the laughing died down.
During the siiouil putt of the pin
glum Tujlor gave 11 ti ll-lulliiitii Im
personation of Harney Joy playing
baseball It wus a mute net, und wmt
from the moment Hie 111 si arglllm lit
stnrtnl Willi the umpire.
Kenneth Monteugle, Ihu monologulst,
was placed on lust night's program
and scorn! a lilt with his original ills
cusslons 011 subjects lunging from I.lm-
Veigu ilieese In (linrge Wuslilnglon
The puforinuiico of the club right
through Is one of thu best Hint bus
b( in seen In Honolulu for some time,
und the Iwi 111 xt pnformuiiies should
ee p liked houses
The pingraiii for tonight Is as fol
lows; Futurity Mnrcl W. .1. Ileum
The Mandolin Club.
Churme d'Aimour . ... K. K Keiulall
The Mundoliii Club
Vocal Solo Selected
Mr. Jolly, Mr. Taylor.
Hera are four ttart of the Western
football teuton of 1911, who did tpec
tacular work in the great tie game be
tween the old-time rivali, Wisconsin
The game, which w played Novem
ber 18, resulted in a 6 to C score. The
Wettern Conference title bung on the
result, and it therefore unsettled for the
Alexander's Hand ,..-'..
...Arr. by It. J. Hill Jr. and S. Da)
The Mandolin Club.
.Mr. Day,' Mr. McDanli'l, Mr.
Jolly, Mr. Ilijau.
SeUetlou Ileaiitlful Uuiy
Tlie Mandolin Club.
All Hull, lllue and (lold
Out at Kmnehaiueb.i Siliools yester-
day .ifteinoou the Hist iross-couutry
foot race took place between tho stu
dents of the schools, who formed two
teams designated Stars and Hoys of!
Tin re were two stations, one for
small Iio.vm, who ran half the distance,'
nud the main event, 11 roll two und 11
half miles up and down hill, for tho
larger boys. , I
The Stars won both events, fl Hen
Jaiiilu crossing Hie Idle tlrst III tlie
main race after luniilug neck and neck
wild J, Amos, J, Jones, n new hid,
took third place, keiplug close to tho
leudeis all the way 011 thu homo
stretih. He proud to he one of Hie
pnuuMng loug-dlstniiiu men on tho
track team this 5 ear
lu the Junior event lulled Interest
wus sill rid up among tho small boys.
II Lewis covered Hie one and 11 half
miles in ipilck tlmu I'or Ills slr,u ho
ran 11 Hue nice, leaving a long string
stiaggllug behind him C Akaua took
seioiul place, missing the lino about
two inlnulis after thu vv Inner.
The riimitrs In Hie senior event cross
ed Hi" line In Hie following order (
Ileiijamlu, J Amos, J Jones, J Kauai,
Apulia, M l.cwiiln, J Kaulliana, J
Wright, It (lodfrey. C Anna, Karattl,
J. McKluuey, Kealilnul.
The starter was W Apau, and the
Judges W Kumulopll! and (I Mminhu
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Motion Pictures and Boxing Card Staged on Alakea Wharf
to Martial Music From the Ship's Band Six Good Bonis
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The men of the Colorado gne Hu Ir
shoregolng urn! seafaring friends a
luig-up good Unit last night, wllh 11
lomblntd inollnn-iili tuie show, baud
loiiiut mid boxing card. The big do-'
Iiiks weii) stagid on the m.ikal mil of
tbi Alaken wharf, the ring "niiil I111-'
iolsid nudltorluui bilug brilliantly
iklitpd In strlnus ot lucmiilesceuts
Wind from the shin',, limwr mill tn-
trlntli ilctiirntliiiis of Hags mid bunt
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Three draws, nue Mum knot and two
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l lug from Hie l'oli. nolo, dml on tho
wltnle the sport didn't show any great
degree of i Lisa. All the bouts were In
ternMing bouevir. mid icitalnlj eMry
man In the ring trlid IiIk hardest,
which should muni nbniit 7u per cent.
The main event was between Itoek'
tulcln mid (Inmel, both of the Colo
rado It winl 1 iRht rounds to a draw,
and was pio.liutlw. of sonic good mill
ing O'ltrlin i;i, I 'i ,ii."ion in. 1 Miion 111
six rotimb Hnf t o 1 1 not 1 l" iniiiii mrr
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