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1 4 ( ( ( I ( I f o LZ V UZ'Ib OF EVERY FiELD ' FULLY C0VEP2D ' ,V w t . - . Ji---k '.r. . - V: V tr; XT' rfc r-Tj rp t J.. . OA . J to A to to A ' . ? wi .... J .:-s - i ? " . -: ; ' ; ; -1 Feu? Good Bouts Carded to Open JJcw Am'j::rr,:nt Hall , and -Dclcnalicn of. Town Fans : Is Expected To Ce on Hand ; : Ir-al Star-Du!l'-tIn Correspondence; rcHOFICLD DAHRACK3, Kor.MS. Ikhcfield Is to le the center of tpori" inz intereEt tLi3 c vcnlnj, the big post (-cHpsing Ilcnolulu from the etand jiclr.t cf matters iirtlc. rcur big box tr.g touts are en tte card, and the fans cf four rc; !:.:nts ere ngog Jor t!.p rr.'I!Ir.s. .. . , ' , ' - ; . ;r v ... The .occasion U the cr-cnlng of .he r.fv crr.r.scnient 1 .11, end as Jellehua is a l.ct-tcd cf Lex;:", it 13 considered r.r ; rr;-tiate that - . s I'M should be i;.!ti:.tcd with a carnival. Ti e uaia fvcr.t li to he a 10-round r.ff!r Ictveen C ; ml Crusan, Corn- :.::y C, f eccrj l:....ntry, Corporal Ir!-.:, Trc .) H, HTih cavalry. TJ . c i::rn Ira n - -.1 l:ral reputa t! . .-, :.:.d :.'.'.. I ... a tlu. following t! ..t v, ill I "1 t !:i :::r;. . '. As i. i? '-rp, Private Dris " '.1. r. :.:.y C. l,:..y, 1i ; I . f; r r Wo v -: ... a i t . . J 1 i. .ktv.. w .1. cr.d Private . ; v..!ry, will hoolc 1 r...:c. , cMl.o I'ir:fl:.fan a ra:r.2 f!:ht "Tex" Lchnan,.I:i . ! i i:v;n to 'x 1 : : ! 1 cf'the First :.; 'r, ' d lo t3 a1 n ; -.t v the f :: Ij lan vl:h Pi: . i 4-rcur. cf- ? ::c:uz:'?, cf the Private llauser cf zity, i: '""Ii have just received a -very large ; line of Electrical Fi:;turc3from V; I t!:e vc!!-!;novn ;firrn t)t Wa!;cf:eldj I Brass Co.; and are in a j position to say;; v;ithoit tear ot contradiction thtit 6tirV . present: stock is Jthe laiestiwostfe ' - We have 'them from; the" chea Chandelier to expensive otnamentdl Draes,nvnicn makecltKant "a .1 - , ' V "'t -t - y .'V: .: .- : to r s to res "an r Enimeluth Bidg.;:- ; OUKE IS V.WJTED TO . . SWIf.1 III CALIFOnrJIA 8 U 8 8 8 8 8 8888 8 8888 8 8- -,..; :h:;,5': " , 8 8 Dake Kahanarnoku may cot go 8 8 to Australia thU winter to twim. 8 8 but to the Coast instead. The 8 8 Callforo.ians are very anxious' to 8 8 bare the Hawaiian crack journey 8 8 to the Golden Gate City for the,8 8 Olympic dob water tourney, and 8 8 when Duke was on the coast be 8 8 told them : he would , come up . If .8 8 possible. "Now that the Atrstra- 8 8 Hans want him to go to Sydney 8 8 for. some Antipodean champion- 8 8 ship races, he is in somewhat of 8 8 a Quandary. Duke and W.'T. 8 8 Rawlins, president of the Ilul 8 8 Nalu, , :are , communicating tiiUi 8 the people who sent theeln?lta- 8 8 tions and something will be de 8 8 termlned within a few days. 8 4 S 8 ? n ' KcdjI Yamada, the Japanese - cue expert, proved his worth as a billiard player and his right to be in the front rank by defeating Willie Herre, the world's champion at 18.2 :talkline, last night In New York in the profes sional championship tournament' by a score' cf.. SCI to. 473. He tccrcd. S5 cr.j 12S, respectively, .la his second . and fourth Innings.-.-. ' 1 ' : to' referee all the bout3. P:sidf3' the ring fans from the post ahd'V.'ahiawa, It 13 exrected that quite a . deleratlwii will ' '-.show -upi,'frc:n town. The doors cr?n at 7:C0 and the bouts start at S : 1 r . . . - A girl'' ti'.Lc3 that any chap who pre, r.-;3 to I.:r Is'a hero ar.d he Is. r . -J .': V . - .V. to tol C to to.toy 4 rt; $ --ri''M- d ; offices - -. . -.. i ito -to, ,Vtoto J'w J w k. - m v J . w ' to ' - to ' to "1 High School Has D:sn Cominrj Rapidly and Should Give Col legians a Tough Rub Rooting of Students Promises To y Ce a Feature . ,y"-:.:':: All roads v M ill Hlead to Alexander fltld lomorroTT :af ternoon when, after a; week o( preparation, (the old rivals, McKinley High School and ;,Punahou vIJl line up on the gridiron, at three o'clock to battleTfor football suprem acy la their second game . this season. Cghty minutes to - play !-That's how it looks to the coaches who3e work has been centered oa the developing cf. a winning team., :-! 'i 'iv;.- i Since the game last Thurtday' when the ,111; a ' second team brought; the Pun'seccr.d3 Into camp by a score of sis to ; nothing;' the Highs .have ; been convinced that', the Jonah t hlch has beea;hano. around them for the past four jeers has lost. his, goat to a little Joy,: and has been forced to de-ct-cp to part3. unknown." Overconfid euce.has had a long reign at Punahou thl- year, especially sinci?; they, cop pel the game from: the Townies, and it ; was . a rude ; s-hock' to them last Thursday w hen the "slump f?t in; liut It was cnly an ill wind that blew m the. dirt ctioa ct.tho CoHcre the day the second tcati got defeated, and;U ir. no rehcn 'to cause the studes -to tcccma 'pT..ImI:tIa. .-.:"' vj-"i;-';?:i , It v.r.3 a g::l f:ht lh3 IIish3 put tp last .. ruturday: ccainst i the, Town t ".n, T- ' If thcy,cia.rc;rat It tonr.or : t . n thsy i lay ths Puns, it will 1c a : -? wc'.l worth' fselng; ... Cap t :.i L;- ;a 'has - tilde th anncu-ce-i . . ..t - that '' he ' .will ; prohatly play i ,rr,3 cf tho r::a who belong to the i t::.m,' cr.d. If, hs- docs, ;thelr i. ,r::3 - . Ill not '.be . announced , until just h::ore tho jjame. The entire three t:; j ;ro rocrhiog cut ,oa!.Iaklki I..':PIz.t c.cnlrT and there were jthrc 2 coaches cn Land who pu.them thro-:h a rrilh!.:g prrctice. . Cassidy, Pro:!:, Mc'.hi.'Dyrca r.r.I. Jirb will be the r::::.;tr.: a cf ths team tomorrow, and it ii cx: est; i tnat Kaha'lawal, the r-:: ly rrht-hah, who has teen out cf ,tho ;car.3-for. a ccurla of -weeks v, it!: aa Injured shoulder, ' will also i Out ca AI;::ander Fierd every even- ft i - . 1 : O TiTC v0( "t.0 i103 rr.J r ' ! r. tcca'T'orking out ' ! - . rn. for - tho arna l ..o: fto hecp up the . ito. Yale anl'PrinoGton these old-time titter cr.c-: : : 3 cf the gridiron, -clash tomorrow "cn t' "i Tiber's home ground. It 13 the-t!T c;l!:9 fcothall. meeting Mhe clay, z -i thousands of college --:n in all : :rt cf the country will .-i:::y:wa:t tho result ': ."; : , - AUhou : h , Pi h. eetoa-; ' took - Yale's measure la:; yc r Ly a 6 to S Core, not a Yalo r.::i nor; a -Yale supporter tut 'tells vc I th:t . the wia was 'the v C - w :ni?r.sNcr. this io:r.r differ, for1 the . 1 . . - . - j .to . ....... i :.'r.c:4-a cir.tlr-:nt claimed that, the Timers C.rt-1 Harvard la the same vajv and V:i their teamwas merely tahing cdvoitsa cf the opportunities cf the new ran; 3 which the Elis were too slow to srrrectate.. . ... The last Tale-Prlncetoa game caus ed a stir all ever the country. It: will teiretr:mt;r:d that Sam. White, the great Princeton forward, grabbed, the bail out cf the -air and raa 65 yards to . a touchd own ia ; the first ten min utes of the game the.goal being kick; ed. Captain' Howe of Yalegot a goal from the fiel ' later, tbese" being the only scores cf the ganie. ii; V This 4 year' Princeton's .line Is : all shot to pieces, although K the , back field is strong. The Tigers, were beat en by Harvard, - and Yale feels more confident cf victory "than forseveral years . past . .? - k " ' Harvard's game tomorrow is again st Dartmouth, at Cambridge. The r- 1 1 ' ' L 11 1 Comnaun J llorbalo r..:..v'lft--r:vr 'iJ ......j Z; j . . . .1 I J " ir I" r - . " . -'-...TSACSVAIJ J ch,Uck of Arptti. Heart Hutterlnr, Gj tnl WmJ on Stomach, Elotied ree n t, Fslna In Stomach after Eatirr. Sck Hei-Jia. "Ois-'nes, Coated ""jfijue. I liocsnesa, L Grtrpe. Denro Ftver. Chilla n4 Fever, Malaria. Ereaktone . f-ever.Tlrei Feelir- Jautidice.Backache . L :abet. Grmvl.IiclptEriKh, Cls ia.se, BUJ4M Trouble, Emiresia, Kheu- ( r attsn , I m pure Blood. Catarrh. Scrofula , . etanchol la, Nenrou Disorder, Sleep- I Usine, Removes Vonns, Cores Coo- , tt! paOon, Aaaemu vnaiuoo. A Great.T&nl: larrV7ctaen. . y ' t1.C3 rtr bcVJ,3t5f t2.S3.6t3f tS.C3 Honolulu onuG cdT to to ----- v ---U v . v .- - -r'..:. m ; - - ai .' ii to . to i M , to J r:v",:' good record .they hare made oa the gridiron this - year theyi will- gtTia to win. The same lineup will be used and great work is, expected from the backfield. The ground-gaining will be left; to , Coney" and ."Baldwin, while Hitchcock will handle the pcnts 'fcnd Cr.ptaJn Schuman the 'passes. V " The noise v faetoVy, and , Crc-works from beta schools win be out ia lull fcrce. The Highs have atlast caugnt the bright spirit in : footing. ; Contor tionist TImberlake, dean of the Puna hou rooting aggregation will be right A the middle of the works on his side on the field, and Mister Dwlght; noise- v right for the Black and Gold, will cause , voluminous , chin-music to issue from the supporters ' of the righ. Cheering is al lright at a ; foot call g?me, and goes fine, but; there is one thing that should be dispensed with and that i3 ; the; habit of oneyelling contingency "bawling out" tne otner. It is not, by any means, gc-id sports manship, and should be avoided as n tch as possible. : ; .y The game will start tomorrow after noon at three o'clock,- and a large crowd Is expected out to witness - it. The two- teams will Pa0 . iip ?Jt -: the etari;as follows: -'"":- ; v,-?' ' ' ' " . PUNAHOU r - i '" . ' HIGH : -, ; night End.jv.. :' v.t V Iiu . . , i . . i .it . . . . .-Ctone Eight Tacklai r rventon ....V: Rosehill v -: ; Right Guard ' ' Austin 'Hart . V;.s ;. f..Center ;f p -Wr- ' Mclnerny . .". .''. . bylTa ) . 1 r Left ; Guard -. Crown ............ V. . , . . . i .En. Choi . ; ; "Left Tackle y f Inman ' ..... . . . .V.. Pyson ' (Capt) '.:: .,.Left.idV. ..'.;.v:;v; r. Markham . -i. . . . U V,W.V Morj ta . ;' -r-Quar;terbacJt jf.''.". ' '.'". Schuman (Capt) . . v Melin -v ;'..' i.' .v. Rishtllalfback -: .v" .-. v Coney- ... V. . .;.'.'..' --Wons :W Left Half bad; 'r -f.. Baldwin ......r.......V.;;. Brarh ........ ... t-Funhack"""- 't II itchcccb . Si Vv,v". ; J Cassldy Euhs: Highs. :Crozif,' Bush,' Kaha lawai and 'Grace.' -. ''i.-V.-i"- ,?. k tJF to- i to to . ' mJ to to big - games in .-the Middle West , are Wisconsin vs. Minnesota,' at ' Minnea polis, . and Michigan rs. Cornell, 'at Ann Artor. . . 'J. J r" f : ii .0, - 1L ,v to w Punahou Third; 6 ; H. S.- F. B ," 0.1 . Scoring .the in last minute of , play, the Punahou third team took the Hono lulu School for. Boys seebnds ; . into camp yesterday afternoon to the tune of six .to -nothing on Alexander Field. Both : teams played a good game, and - with a ' little more coaching the Honolulu Boys eleven ought to devel op into a fast machine, as ;. there is a lot of good material, in- the" line up. It was daring, i the . last-, quarter that the only, score, of the 'game was made. There was about &" minute to play,: and the; bair was in the posses sion of the School team, about tVenty yards .from their goal. A fumble by the School presehted.lhe only oppbrtti- nlty ; to the Puns s to : avoid ; no-score game, and Lindley swooped down .on the leather before the School mart had; time to recover, it, and, carried it arouhd end for. a touchdown. Mott Smithtmade a . tiy for goal ; but fail ed... -: ;', : :- .V:;-''-- ) Following is the -lineup otthe , two teaasr? ?;; , -.i' - ':-x: i - Puns K- : ' -U ' -:-:'-H. 'S.T3. i-i Winter;.....". .:RE.;..tV Fredericks Tuttle'-;;'r.;'-;;7r.iRT,Trr.i--; Brown . RG .'...'Soong Moir iZl C ly.. . . -Morse Cooke '.. .v. . .LG y . . . . . . y -- May Von Tempsky I . LT . . . ) . Potter E. Tuttle . . .. .LE. 4'U. ... Kukaua Farrington ' ...,.QB..... vReid Ballentyne 4... .RH;..i .1. Nakalana Mott-Smltli . ,;.LH.:.. Noiris (Copt) Lindley ii. FB, . ... . Kawai Lnn Score :-r-Pun4hon, 6; H.' S. P.. B.;'.0. . Tbucndowns: Lindley, T.. - Goals: 0. . ' . - v' 11 ' Xcr Infsats. anil Chilirta. lb Kti -Yp pfcM; CAB Catiire of t)L Bears the v ri'KiriLEY-:.nr.i::3TAY fch Cll't"1lnll R'C Tn'rnrn'VM- rn---i-.rniTa - vnnr-ilTT. I UliittlUV UMi.im IWUIWIIIIW L - y ';... . rx'c::ci ' V Ift guard, a svvift and hard . tackier Splitters , and ; Rollers of . ths WY" Fowling League probably set a' rev v-crld's record last night When two con secutive games were ties, ."thetc.r --. getting Tot each in the first game a:. . .in-tho-second gam2.,..-:..-About once in six. months "it wL. happen that two five-mea tearn3 ;ti3 i : a singla game, .but breaking even : . two ccneocutive game 3 13 nheerd c.'. It I3 announced that a -bowling c:.- thusiastic . who wishes to .remain i -1 co:;nito,has . ctTered a' prize: to c - . i member, cf (the team that ccps t: championship. Thi3 ought to stimu'.:.' : the indoor sport -which .Is;. 'already nourishing. Last night's scores: Criitisrs. Ummans ......128 ; 1$2 -167 -477 A. E. Tinker . ,...149 ; 140 16S 437 Guard ,i ........ .131 123 146. 40) WInne , .183 t 163 -173 ' 525 Rletow 154 143 183 484 5 . " , 751 753 833 2342 Carter . , v.". . i..r.l38 115 : 143 3S3 Roberto .. ;.'.,.: 171 196 168,535 Djmmy ... i . .132 .132 ' 132 , 3D 5 Dummy ..'......'.lSl 151 '151 433 Dummy .159159. 153 477 ;f-J.?A;;iV'.h;;-7Sls;755-V7-2257. : ; v: ; COWLING NOTES. Wonders never cease. I ; The Splitters took one game,- the ; otner .two enaing in ties, y .r v ., - "Each of us. would have rolled off the extra frame to : have - decided the ties If we had had our full team, but as-two 6f us had to stand the entire fiver with the aid. of, our dummy. ay er ages ve thought it - best to wait - till we -bave our - full team out Roberts "Say,., Wis have . you. noticed : how I am iinprovlng?" Tinker. v.' : r Winne. had ' both' high? average , and high score for the Splitters: 175 and -Roberts rolled an average of 178 and high score 196 : for the RoHerBi r y - ."Did you ever, see anything; like .it;, two ue games r Kietow. We should be in first place In about a month if everything - pans lout the way; I expecf Emmans.' " : Jr"! hare t always, been considered a good 'scholar but 1 1 have been unable to find-out what makes me, blow so many spares." Barter. . V '; . It's a pity that cdurtshlp ; isn't a training school: for' trials 'that ; come after. -.'I ::- w -V .-. f U:, ' Phone 3883,' . 1 Phone 3881 TBX,IIIE XODEt SANITABT -;: ' BARBER SnOP. The name , speak for Itself. . " Three first-lass. -artists jit i jonr : senriee. trompt attenuan i ar motto. ? E. 0. SYLYKSTEtt & JE. SCUBOIL 'i ' Troprietora.;-.0:t Service It Alwayt Good at tha ;, Union; D:rb;r'Shcp, f Cunha'a Alley; Next -Union v Grlll, on KlnaXtrcatxU -9 s :: To::onno;rs - fpotsall tl DePauw ts. Butler, at Green- 8 8 castle.-, ':: ' 7 8 :5 Earlhara ts. Antloch, at Rich- 8 12 mond. ':''-- ;s-"-; ..'..''; 8 :: Michigan Aggies ts. -Wabash, 8 at Lansing. ' J:i :?: -8 Monmouth ys. Lake Forest, at 8 5 Lake Forest v, -; 8 :J Oberlia.vs.-Case, at Oherlia. 8 iJ Ohio vs. Pennsylvania, at Co- 8 11 lumbus. ' v- .-'. -;" . ; - ,; ,-" ,. 8 8 Purdue jts: ' Rose Poly, at La- 8 t: fayette. -;:r- .'.-' 8 J St Louis University vs. Mar- ' tjuette, at St Louis. . . 8 Chicago vs. Illinois at Cham- 8 'I pain. . - 5 Iowa vs. Ames, at Ames. Michigan i vs. Carnell, at Ana 8 : Artor. .---.- ' - . i -I Missouri vs. Washington, at -.v Cohomhix :-'.-. V; 8 i i Nebraska vs. Kansas, at Lin- 8 coin. . V.'lsccnsia ;vs. Minnesota, t at ... Minneapolis.- '--- "8 IJ Harvard vs. Dartmouth, at 8 :: Cambridge."-- - 8 t: Navy vs. A. and M. North -J Carolina, at Annarcll3.l ' Cornell V3. Michigan, at Ann y ' Arhcf. - -..y- . ' V. Yale vs. Princeton at Prince- " : ton. - .. . . . - . . v. . :.i.u You never l.sard cf anycr.3 :i' Chamhertain'3 'vCcu ;!i P.. . . ,. .... . 3 C. 1 -tt'. s cf that r ::ar. P:::.::i: ;. :rn ::- - a:. out thj r 3 : t re -t c. '. I h . : ) t: - --. :n c: t : til . :.. : ".e'7 I. i V. ' , f ' -! t .. First I.'ati: 2 lots lth Av8 C;jsn View, '2,:: 0n let on 21st Ave., Coan Vi:., 7Zi: c'.ttr- I a- 1 I 'yj;';.-:-' acrea; atta;h:i, 22,:;i t;. fi.f'r.-...:. j . i' y Improved lot with unch:tr.:.;d t:a vi;.v t: . . . 'f.4''-7': cents .psr. ft Z.ZVf maki.--; total cf. '... One level farminj tract nsar Vsialas read A5,i:3 ft. ..... Improved J-acre lots, SO - ft..frcr.ta tain view . . . . -Choice Manoa lot surrounded by beautifuf homes, ZO,ZZO sq. ft -Building lotr on Wilder ave, .Dole St and Metcaif SL, from ..; rOne cor.'lot 11Uj ave, Kalmukl, 75x2C0 ... ......... i... ' .One house and Jot 1 1 th Ave KalmukI, 43,CC0 ; sq.- ft" ; One house idth'Ave Kalmukl J bloc from car line . . . . 'One. house 14th Ave KaImukI';;,.;.;J.. I . Two lets Manoa, ; 30.CCO sq. ft,; . . . . . . . . . . ; . .. ......... .i to to . j . to. vlTbld t patrons a . wjio - wants ? Mrs. rA "Kearns Hbnic ad e 4 M i rice M ca t j ; pi eas e ph one s4 04 5 or :1 1 a t f th e - new fac tbryy Ki ng an d South Street, as early as: possibly ::: The fcaskftlall 'girls cf I counting cn another t: r.cxt Men lay la th ? g-rr. r Andrews Priory. Their t : ccm;cred cf the far.-.? r'.': tin. 3 with th.3 exec;.;- : cf zli:?.5 Per who r; r;.; ' in tha raraa wi:h Mr".::..'. ;-. Th3 Priory tear.i i3 ce vc ry strcrg f ;-.::. .! an 1 th : trie 1 rtre:" with a-"' -vft. th- : ' :rs or? c Tho 1 .. ehe.i f - i ; f I . , .... V . . . I "'- ' . , " - J . . . . i . .i i I ... 7 l . . can g't ior.-3 c. ? to . .." Tho lino up cf !' t the- gams cn Mer. ' 7 ' lov.s. . PUNAHOU V ' . HJ'zahrth Lo (I' r. c VI; 0 c. 3 z. It...... - s cn Wslaias read, c:a 1. v . I j - - . -:-H'i;'';y, ':-'' iy ;.-.:' . -'vy.