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MIKE JAY CflLLEGUS flllD PUIS COB OFUIuil'GOUT Both Clubs Ready for Big Grid iron Battle Tomorrow After noon; StroncL Lineups Will Face Each CLier at Whistle ROTH the Punahou and College of Hawaii teams are confident of vic- tory tomorrow afternoon at the Tunabou field when the. two cotne.to- gether for a second time this season and the result should be a battle roya between the grid warriors, v Hawaii News After the most strenuous week of - practise this season, the College o Hawaii Is preparing to meet Punahou for the second game Saturday after tobn on Punahon field. The biggesi gain the college has made Is in the line, for the backfleld has always been the strongest portion of 'the team : During the first game the line man aged to hold its own, but In the sec ond game, with Kanw the line, broke repeatedly.' However, with Bromley and Albrecht at right, and left tackles v4 during the McKinley game the most i logical lineon was discovered., for ; these two positions were previously the weakest. . - ; : i i . " The' complete . line now stands': Ma riuchl, 1-e.; Albrecht, 1.L: Denlson and CVng. l.g.; Chalmers and King," c: Ilarselden and Wung, r.g.; Bromley, .t.; I wanaga and At, r.e. This line . fid an excellent opportunity, to prove worth on Wednesday afternodn in t game wun rprc jvamenamena. v : There was hardly one man on the ". college team who was not outweighed by his opponent, and this, together with the loss of Brash and Davis, put the offensive of the college at a dls - advantage; yet the objective of .the : came was to . pUt the new . Jlne ' "P against an exceptionally heavy team and watch the result. The college played all around the .Fort Kameha roeba aggregation despite its weight Two New Stars V ' V In addition to; having recently; ac quired two good men 'at tackles. tne college has In . the J persons of Davis and pammel another advantage that It did not enjoy in its first game with Punahou. ' It is hoped also Jthat Kpng will be able to get in" the', Ponshou game, for he has been lame ever since tlie first game, where he made such n remarkable showing. Cowan and Vung, however, will probably not be In the game. Hayselden has been one - of the sturdiest fighters the college ever possessed; and he .win undoubt edly give ' his former- Punahou team mates a keen exmoition ax, ngm guaro beside Joe Chalmers at center, an other former Punahou boy, but whose -j. abilUy was not discovered till he came to the college.'.- : - Cvv. The college realizes that It has not r ; been alone An making steady improve ment since the first , Punahou-. game, but It is prepared to show Punahou v a better game than that of October Punahou Forecast - Punahou , Is working hard to' meet , the college aggregation. ,They reel ' very uneasy over the 1 three ex-Mla-aouri Valley conference men recently added to the Hawaii line-up. -The men ' have been given extra : hard training this week, but they-sorely. needed, it. : It was necessary to" shift ; "Sleepy Baldwin to right end. to; fill the ira- "cancy left by Akanas leaving schooL Togue w as set atight half and Kau- - hane placed at left half. This lias very seriously : handicapped the Buff and Blue and they don't .work together any too smoothly. It Is; the old case of having Punaho fight' orf set a lack of finish and smoothness. ; It is going to e some Job to stop the peedy Davis and Pammel and to cover the passes of Brash ' to ' Brom- ; lirulchl and either half. Puna- Cnpiy nave-io spea;up. iwltirno Tery speedy men, this 1 1 vain 5 uy to duiuo iuvvicw The Buff and. Blue will line up as M crtiiaer Lydgite ; ' l.g - Kee Fook zn: ' v CaDtain Dudley Pratt: r.g- Nelson Robinson; r.t, Hermann Alex ander ; r.e, "Sleepy" Baldwin ; q.b, 1 ob Mahikoa; l.b Noble Kanhane; .? w VrH Ptprftn-. r.h ' Henrr Poruo. a- - trim mil )u ; Gray, E. Holmes and K. Decker; line or end; R. Higgins, D. Hampton and TO XDxrccUy.'QxCrloo!dnj theVoIcano v ' of ICilauca) m COVERS ALL Steamer Mauna ? wconwday and Saturday - ' . ;" ST. U0U15 INTR-TEAM - SpRiC8 MONEY SMALL. ST, LOUIS, .Mo.The St. Louis a.iioDsiB, winners oi we ou Louis city series, will divide ltn.Hess than 1100 to a player. The St.- Louis Ateericans wjH di- ride-11374. 'The total - receipts for the seven games played -on five days, were IIS67. Of this I75S gocsrto the National Com- mission and asj7S is divided- among the two clubs. 4 - BALL PLAYER TO . SAJT FRANCISCO. Oct. 16. Harry Woiverton. ex-manager of the Seals, famous, among the. followers ; of bat: tall, has forsaken the diamond for all time and will henceforth be-numbered among the . automobile "men of NSau Francisco. Wojvertenls to be assist ant manager pf-the. W;J.-Benson com pany here, and' vill bend his energies to the sales end oi Stephens Sal lent, Six. . r ; Fair baseball men of the country ere more widely known than,Wolver- ton. For, years,-third baseman of the Philadelphia. Nationals. i nd . named fori many successive, seasons as - the greatest-of all players at his position, he launched into the managerial field In the TrtState .league when It was an "outlaw organization, subsequent ly managed .the. Newark. club In the International association; . and . first came to, the Pacific oast td lead 'the Oakland club in 1910. His success here was such tnat in.j3iz ne went to tne American .league as manager' of the New York Yankees, v PUNAHOU, PREPARING c-i FOR HUGE CROWD AT ' GAME ON SATURDAY Punahou Is. making plans for enter taining a record breaking : crowd at therPunahou-CQlleffeof Hawaii game, which will, be played Saturday after noon at 3 r30. on Alexander Field. : The weather promises to be Idea and judging from the' talk around town everybody .Hl-trant ..to go up JIanoa way for this : rame Saturday. It ' is going to be; the -best game of the sea sou. . , . - . . Extra, bleachers will be provided There will be a double header . game on. Alexander FJeld The newly ad mitted member, oi 4he interscnoiasqe League, Honolulu -iiutarjr Academy, will appear tor thfc'first time this sea son. f The-Jkeaaemy . nas , a strong eleven-and feels that It will be a real factor tn the, Interscholastic League athletics from now, on. - It will meet the ; Town ' Team at. 2; 00 p.' nu as curtain, raiser,: ".v' : - ,': ;.;',;-' There will be '. no extra charge for this double-header.. The regular-ad' mission of twenty aive cents wrill be cnarged. -How'ever - owing to the scarcity,, pt bleVchera available, it has been vdeci? to '.charge.; an extra' ten cents', for . a J seat ; pn4 the . bleachers. There will be four pieachers on eacn 8ideoithe field. .Regular membersof the ; to school atnicuc : associations wllU have - .a certain part . of each bleacher section reserved for them. It Is hoped ;Uat every-onewho prefers to sit on the bleachers will thus be accommodated. ... " - -r-.-Tn Z vl There !s excellent parking space for autos. Auto . scats . are really .: the choice seats, on Alexander Field, for the road where iUi . cars are parked commands a fine mew of the - whole field. There wljl be a charge of fifty cents pef auto.--' ; tNEVV LEA.QU5 FORMED ; The-'-Grammar---, School' Football League, was organized yesterday at' a meeting in the College of Hawaii, with Manuel da Corte as . president and Manuel J. Andrade ae secretary. The schools ;eatef ed vWere : Kalihi-waena Kaaftuolann,.- centrf l uraprtnar, Kaiu lanl, LiUuokalanl and-RoyaL' A scbed ule of SO games', will be arranged.' The first game r will be played ' this- after toon, at' Maklkl .field between the Kaa tiumanu and ;tvalihi;waepa schools. . HvMbtr, r.Une.' Several other menvare available 1f ;necessary;; although Vthey are" inexperienced, ' :. ' l;-. .A ' J u zy u u THE i :: ; 1 1. EXPENSES Kea sails every BE CI DEALER " . .- :' ' . . ' . . .:..: .- M'HIivLEY- FULL OF PEP THOUGH BADLY CRIPPLED Though badly crippled the McKinley High School team that goes up against the-Kamehameha eleven tomorrow ill be full of fight from start to finish. The report from the McKinley camp follows: ' The Details "The football team of the high school: enters -the game tomorrow in a sadly .depleted condition, with about five -men on the hospital' list, three more Injured, and several of the rest weighing less than a hundred and ten pounds. It is a very much weakened team that Dick Whitcomb nroDOses to pead agaipst the heavy Kara aggreea-i tlon. and the -McKinley boys do cot expect better than an' even break. "However, with Thompson to ruv the squad, and Tsukiyama back at the helm as. half back, it' will be a better running football machine than the eleven that went against the College of Jlawall.'a-week' ago. . Tsukiyama, along with another half. Sato, were, on guard at the. Nuuanu water supply last week, and consequently ineligi ble.. ...-; On Sick List On 'the -other hand, such reliable men .as Akana and Ching are still on the ; hospital squad, ''and will' not be seen . in action until the second Puna hou game. a fortnight from now. it is t doubtful also w b ether Davis or Nua can overcome . faculty objection? sufficiently ' to play 'against the cadets.. Nua has been working out as a running 'mate, to Cbllion Jones at full: back,' and is Hi good line man. Whitcomb lost McTaggart at the Col lege of Hawaii miup. when- this tackle went out., with . a wrenched khee.VHe is due for a two weeks' en forced rest. Chang, and Oliviera are two ex perlenced men being counted upon to stop "the;Kenv line-bucks, neither of them havipg . been uid up. Gehring and Jaeobson are two husky, but green linesmen who have been doing good work at tackle. A.Real Find Tokioka is one of ,Vhitcomb's big gest finds this year. He Is fast de veloping jnto a .sure tackle,-and though , small can hit- his man hard Chun is ; a. snappy 'little quarter back who runs the team with great speed during the occasional Intervals when Thompson has to be . taken out and can.be relied'upon on a pinch, as was .Buown t.iqe'upaijou game. ..Jones, stand out still as a great punter for a high school lad., and his kicking was the feature of the Puna hou game. He seems to be improving every, day. . He can be relied upon for good gains through the line," but his passing is' not .up to Thompson's yet The McKinley team is full of fight. and the students show. that. they are ready to back . up the eleven in . its battle with the Kam giants. They held a rousing . rally Thursday at which Coach , Whitcomb '.spoke, and will be at jthe Kam Afield in force when -Cap- uinv. Brltton. referee:, sounds his whistle for the kickoff.. Either Lieut Ross or Lieut Ladd will umpire, and Sergt. Zimmerman of De Russy will noid the Held Judge's whistle. TEN BOXING MATCHES AND THREE MAT SETS STAGED AT SHAFTEB H . . ' . Ten boxlng matches ; and three wrestUrie matches were stBd at TnH I Shatter1 Wednesday afternoon. v Some good bouts were put 'up and a good crowd -was: on hand. The matches will be continued tomorrow: starting I at l:30..o'clock.i,Cnl.. Jairies J - Ouinn s jmanagiois rthe af f a Jr. Results Wed- nesaay were: CulcWe, Co. C and Ta bor 'of Co A, '3 ,roundsto draw: Gra ham; ot A and ; Lams of ! F. 3 rounds to draw; Fiske of A disposed of Stone- hauser of l; in first round: McGinn V of h beat Tvivin op T in flrt I carun or c;put out Antes of Machine GunXo. in-third: round'- Wamnrv.nf c kayoed Corbett of A in .first round; Broxak : of C lost to Lapoza . of Mr I Goodmanvof .C knocked. out James, of A in first; crack ;Sayler. of A forfeited to Lloyd of A ;i Tp erty of 4E dropped meips-oi.- in secona rouna:'Mv of L-threwMaer or;Co.;A and Hoover oi r uirew rwuueroD oi d. : I l COAST LEAGUE Standings. pct I 553 k won .:. n ..114 ..103 -Lost 93 92 94 104 102 127 Saa Francisco Los Angeles . 5531 Salt. Lake ... 523 Oakland Portland 103 -95 "82 4 4ftSl 332 1 Vernon ' Yestrday Score At." Los Angeles Los' Angeles 3.1". Portland !., . At-Salt'Lake Salt.Lake 7. Vernon 6. 1 vAt OaklandT-Oakland'lrSan Fran-1 cisco?0 (10'innings). Today's SchtduU- San Francisco at Oakland. Portland at Los Angeles. Vernon at Salt Lake. TAKE TWO GAMES' A' 4 Wednesday at Fort Shatter trimming r iu wb'ww oobwob uy a score of 20 to nothing and defeating Co. K In the second stania by a sc?re of 11 to, 2. :. Sutton- pitched the first game for the winners, while Loberg heaved the next -The winners battle the . r t- u - I . I zna team aaturuay, I RACER DROPS DEAD t 100 FEET FROM WIRE LATON1A RACK TRACK. Oct 15. Dovedale. ridden by Jockey D, Barrett, dropped dead when just hundred feet from the finish in the last race here this afternoon. Bar- j rett was injured WHAT'S THE USE? Fuller Bunk Says: If you dont Go In on a Good thing, You're sorry Afterwards And if you . Do go in On a good thing it's sure to . v Turn out to be Too much of a Good Thing, so What's the Use? Lady fan wants to know why foot ball players wear sharp spikes on their shoes. Shucks, they've got to make a good impression on the othee fellow and steel la the only thing thai will cut Ivory, madear! . . . . . tou 8oa aomit wiCKiniey is one of tne ocwi. eleven teams on tne island. Aw! Read it again! . When you hear of a man spoken of, in alx figures you can't fell whether It means his wealth or his last golf score, out it usually means both. ' Behold the football expert What a clever lad is ht; He it a lad whose bean Is full of versatility. . He simply smiles and chortles ' When his dope is knocked sky-high ror every uttie expert Has his little alibi. The ice rink is open and skating is proving to be popular in San Francis co.. Lota of the old boys can't under stand why you need an Ice rink to get a skate on. Nurse, the hypo, quicKi Do your Christmas Shopping early, uo it eany, mother dear, And you'll find the prices higher Than they were In yesteryear. The presence of three ex-Missoui players on the College of Hawaii team next Saturday will be just as welcome to the Punahou: men aa a drill-proof sate at a Burglars' Convention. FACTS NOT WORTH KNOWING You can get rid of a bothersome visit or by taking down the clock and hanging up a calendar. Try it on your piano!- CAMBRIDGE. Oct. 26. Plans are beIn8 made for a bIS athletic car- inivai to De neia in tne Harvard stad- lUTa on oaturaay, .xovemDer 3, tor the soldiers and aailors in the United states etvice, and from the present outlook -.it is afe to say that it will 06 one of the blggost and most Inter- est,ng atnetIc events held around greater Boston this season. Among the attractions will be a football game between a picked team representing the national army cantonment at Ayer. and an eleven selected from the lead ing teams in the various naval camps of New England. Track games of all Kmas are to ne arranged for the occa . "ril"u " " ,1VU-U,e nnjgn 01 -crosscountry run. which is f uiue me stau Iunv Much Interest 'In all camps there is much interest in the proposed field day. At Ayer inuirareas ot men under such ooach as P.TJ. Haughton '99. and Capt. C. A. uooiiage. 17. or Harvard, and Cant. G. I Hooan, a former AH-American play er from Dartmouth college, are learn ing the rudiments of the football game, and later in . the season should make formidable teams. At Westfield and other. camps In the middle and western part of the state preparations octtsuu are aireauy well unaer J rrom westneia, tne first Maine Havy Artillery is to send a team against the informal Harvard team. navy strong The navy Is perhaps even better off the number of well-known Dlavers IPumkln Island has men of football fame. The Newport naval reserve however, has the greatest aggregation at present in naval football of the vicinity. Black, captain of the Yale team last year, and Barrett, Cornell's sensational quarter back, are the more prominent. Other .Yale men in the line-up are Pumpelly, the drop-kicker, and Calahana center. Gerrish, a for mer Dartmouth cantain is aUn niav. Other res:v BUtcfnrr. warchn i tact evey group or navy men eacb has its team, now playing every week with school and college elevens. From these thousands of active participants In football, there can be no doubt as to the' quality of the men selected for . . . ... the championship struggle next month, Me Jay's labs RULES FOR BIO R NOV FINISHED (Spdsl SUr-BoUttls ConapodneO HILO, Oct 25. Rules and regula tions for the Kllauea-Hilo relay race, which is to.be run January 6H 101S, have been drawn -up by a special com mittee. It was also definitely 'an eounced that asubstantial silver cup will be awarded to the winning team and. in addition, each member of the team will receive a medal, while the individual members of each remain ing team to complete the entire dis tance within the time limit of three I hours and 45 minutes from the start ling time will be presented wuh a ' silver bar suitably iuscribed. Duplicate Blanks , Entry blanks in duplicate must be 'filled out by intending competitors, one copy to be mailed to J. W: Rains, secretary Ktlauea-Hilo relay race. Hi- lo, and the other to John F. Sovr, Hawaiian . News Co.. Honolulu. Kn tries close December 19, 1917. at : o'clock. The rules and regulation? for the race follow: t. The KilaiiCH-Hllo relay racp will be run over a distance of ?. mile. 1. e.. irom A Siariin line in ivinj the KHaua Volcano House to Moohcau startlnz line In the viointiy oi I Park HI In. j xhe competing teams will consist 4 of atx men a tic ana eacn runner win h reauired to run 5.16 milc. Before leavins the starting line the initial runner la each team will bft handod a copv of Kamohoalil , God of the Kea) which is to bo transferred to the vari ous members of' his team until it is finally. delivered to the intended recipi ent irt the finishing point. 3. Xo man can run two relays In any one team. 4. The race will start at 5:50 a. m. on January Sth. 1918. and the initial run. ner for each team will bo required to present himself at the starting; line at 3:25 in readiness for the starter's orders. o. The race will be started by the re port of a pistol and once on the starting line all runners will be under the con. trol of the starter, who shall be the sole judjre as to whether each runner has started fairly. 6. The positions of the teams at the start wilkbe drawn for. 7. The course wilt be from Kilauea Volcano House, via Volcano Road, . to Richardson street, thence turning to the rizht alongf Richardson street to Moo heau Park, thence encircling the park twice along the course specially laid out, finishing in front of the grand stand, where Pelc s- message will be received by Kamohoalil. In. the event of a close finish the first runner to cross the finishing line will be the winner. . 8. The course will be marked off with small flags into sections measuring 5.18 miles, and It will be necessary for each runner, upon completing his section of tne race, to nana over to nis successor the message which he is carrying., as any team to finish without the message Win t flisquaurieo. ' 9. A line shall be drawn ten yards on each side of the starting zone. Within this zone each runner must pass tne message to tne succeeding runner. The message must be passed, not thrown or dropped, by a competitor and picKea up oy the one succeeding him. 10. Any competitor fallintr to run the distance required shall cause his team io ue oisquaimep. 11. Kach participant in the race must be over 18 years of age and must pre sent himself for physical examination to a physician appointed by the Kilauea- jjuo neiay itace committee. 12. The captain of each com Det in tr team must file with the secretary of the Kilauea-IIilo Relay Race Committer by noon on January 6th. the day prior to the race, the composition of his team nd the order 1n which the men are to run. No change can be made In the composition of the team nor In' the order of running after this notification nas peen inea. 13. All teams shall be lettered, mm. inencing with the letter "A." and each runner win be numbered as well, indi cating the section of the race he is to run. I 14. Violation of any of the above mi and regulations will result In the dis qualification of the team of which the! violator is a member. 15. The Kllauea-Hilo Relnv Hire com mittee will make the necessary arrange- f by .automobile to their respective start-i mcuiH relative to convevinn- th r minora i -l , . 1 , , ""-'"f vi me race ana will pick up runners who have com pleted their sections and bring them back to town- MANY COAST LEAGUERSV AND NORTHWESTERN MEN AT CAMP LEWIS, WASH. PORTLAND. Oct lo! There is a regular colony of ball players at Camp Lewis. American Lake, at present, ac cording o reports. Probably the best known 01 the bunch is "Red" Oldham, the Seal lefthand twlrier, Howard Mundorff. who used to play here with the Portland Northwest team and has been with the Seals as well as clubs in the Northwestern League. , is another at Camp Lewis. "Shorty" McGinnis, formerly with the Spokane club, who was later picked up by Vernon, is another resident there. Walter Mails is expected at anv time from Seattle, and "Han" Morse and Mclvor other Northwestern league piayers, are aiso one to arrive shortly. It Is safe to say that the ball nlav- ers at Camp Lewis, if held together ana Danded into one team, could make any of the other cantonments scratch gravel, if it came to playing for the army cnampionship of the United States. ' . ; EXTRA! WILLIE MEEHAN I DEFEATS JACK DILLON ) PHILADELPHIA, Oct, 15.-WiI-lie Meehan of California surprised the fight fans here tonight by de feating Jack Dillon of Indianapolis in six fast rounds at the Olympic A. C. Meehan was the aggressor throughout - LEONARD BEATS ERNE BUFFALO. N. .Y.. Oct. 26. Bennv Leonard, lightweight' champion of the world, was declared an easv victor here last night over "Battling" Erne in a oout mat went 4x rounds. Leon ard outfoueht and ontnnintod t every department of the game. CHICK EVANS DEFEATED BY PITTSBURG PRO MEN. ' PITTSBURG, Oct. 13. Charles E. ( Chick L'vans. national ama- tcur and open golf champion of the United States, playing with D. E. (Ned) Sawder, national champion runner ujas his part ner. was defeated here today In a thirty-six hole best ball match Play by Peter O Hara and Chas. Rowe, professionals of Pittsburg clubs. The final score was I up in favor of Tex O Hara and Rowe. Six teams have entered the Y. M. C. A. employed boys basketball and vol: y ball leagues. The Engineera trimmed the Marines last night in two games of volley ball, the scores being 15 to 10 and 15 to 8. The Aeronauts defeated the Artillery in basketball 1G i to C. !ThA niv rlnhs will mnut sinin ThursHav Th Hno.nn Engineers Thomas Char, Charles Ship, Kyan Lunc. Martin Fung. P.un Yee, K. Young. Yau Lee, T. C. Wong, j T K Tjinf tn-rnh l.nl. - ng, JOoPpn Lewis Mariuee Alfrnd Silva, William Sou za. George Smith. John M. Braga, Al bert Goea;, Peter Camara, Henry Kia Nahalehia, Ben Alves. Frank Silva. Joseph Co?ta, John Butzke. Aeronauts J. P Silva. Louis Gocas, Joseph Pacbeco, John F. Felix, Fred Volberg, Frank Correa, Henry S. Wise, Peter Kane, Manuel Nobriga, Guy Gitt, Enomoto. InfantryWilliam Tai. Yen Sin Ho. Thomas Chong, Charles Diidoit. Alfred Ferreira, Joseph Machado. Sol Hau, Alfred Ruething. Mlnoru Sakata. Cavalry Abraham Kalelkau. Moses Kekahio. Charles Kaleikau, FrancH Lum, Charles Kaalele. Alfred Morse, Manuel Andrade. George Azedo. Artillery William C. Kinsig. Ra mond DuvaunchelJe. Ah Chew Luke. Tuck Yee, Henry Wong, Hook Pul. Jo seph Tsen, Yuen Han, David Lcong, William C. Ching, William K. Chew. PRINTERS FALL DOWN BEFORE FEDERAL MEN AT Y. BOWLING ALLEYS Taking three games and the total pintail the Federals defeated the Print ers' bowling team at the Y. M. C. A. alleys last night by a score of 2163 to'23Sir Gehdclfs 5or was The 'high total of . the night while Henley fin- isnea with 541. Williams was high man of his team with 534 Gendell al so carried off the single game hon ors with 223. Last night's score fol lows:. 1st 2nd 1 Ottoback ...... 16$ 132 3rd 204 16G 163 122 220 ri. ' 304 'i 530 4S2 541 2 GendeH ........ 161 223 O AllUi H i ' 1.Z 4-rDay ., no 121 5 Henley ........ 163 153 - Total S09 7SD 863 2163 Printers Xame 1st 2nd 141 139 113 167 163 147 139 138 203 180 1 Raseman 211 142 1.18 164 131 494 424 4CS 461 534 2 Ham 3 Sing 4 Seott . . 5 Williams Totals . . .784 771 826 23S1 l sees SIX TEAMS PLAY IN NEW LEAGUE For other portant you Why about A . tm m . .. Advertising I There's not an honest business in Hono- lulu we cannot assist Honolulu Star-Bulletin Reaches 6300 Homes Every vening IlllllilllllllllllllllllOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllilllllilillllll pno.ir.is Fan MEET TOhISDT First Women's Aquatic Tourriqy Will Be Staged Saturday Night; Women Officials Will Try Out at Tonight's Pre liminaries "J W HILK ihc first Honolulu Wo men's Swimming meet will be held tomorrow night in lae.x. M. C. A., the preliminaries for the fif ty-yard novice and fifty-yard for girls under fifteen will km ntared tnn?1tr ' at the same pool at 7 o'clock. Red Cross Benefit There were so many entries for these events that it was decided .tr. hold them tonight- The meet tom.0T row night Bill begin at 8' o'clock. The women officials who will cooperate with the men in judging events Satur day .will be given a try-out tonijht in the preliminaries. - f The proceeds of the meet will kvs . turned over to- the American Ked Cross society and in order to q? j down expenses the swimmers naveagreed to forego silver and bronte meoalL Only ribbons will be awarded. "7 - The full program for tomorrow night in the order the events will b railed is as follows: Fifty- yard dash for novice swim mers. . The winner of this event will be presented with a beautiful cup of--fcred by Merle M. Johnson as repre sentative of II. F. Wichman & Co. - ten years of age. - , Fifty yard dash open: to all swim mers. ' . ' ' Fifty yard dash for public school girls McKinly High, Kaaumanu.' Llliuo kalant. Pohukaina, Molliill and Central grammar schools have each entsred two girls. The winner of this eTent will be presented with a pretty cup of- w ... . ierea oy irs. u. r uiiaru-uco. - - , Fifty yard breaststroke swint open to all swimmers. '-v.. f Two hundred-twenty ytrd swim. open to all swimmers. V 4 ; '''-' Plunge for distance, open to alt e u.' m m arm ' y una nunarea jaru uaea, open 10 iu . swimmers. ;v ' ; . ' . . " - Exhibition of fancy and scientific swimming by. Miss Kathleen Law and r 1 a 3 J t a -It Miss Ruth Wayson Stacker. - Fifty yard dash, for girls under llf- teen years of age. ' One hundred yard dash, open to all swimmers.- - :' Diving exhibition . . ...... . . .: ; . uty yara DacsstroKe,- open, to . an swimmers. ' "" ' Hctav race, four team s ' EHLERS TO PLAY SUNDAY; .. . -' - .." ' For the last game of its series tot D. F. Ehelers ball team will meet the :. crack Japanese team of Waipaho 5at Athletic park on Sunday 'afternoon at " lM ociocs. ; They defeated the dry goods tea'm, three weeks aeo bv a score off, trv 2. ' Fill Lape5t the reliable pitcher the Ehlers team will do the mound work with little L. Camara catching.; The " line-up of the Ehlers team: Ben Lo- pez.'rf; Jim Ilorges, 2b; C. Teves, lb; Bill Lodcs. nr 1. Camara c? P Rniri. - gues, 3b; H. Ichijo, ss; Joe CoUTelo, If; C. Silva, cf. ; ) Tool sheds haven't risen in price nearly as fast as farm machlnp ry ? ; im IIIIIIIIIIIIIII matters veciausts not see us your- ' 4 substantially! r-.