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PACKEY MCFARLAND TO
TEACH BOXING TO U. S. REGIMENTS AT WACO. CHICAGO. Oct. SO, Packey McFarland, former lightweight and welterweight star, will leave Boon for Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, where he will act as box ing Instructor. His wife and two children will remain In Joliet, Illinois, where McFarland has been making his home. HARK COIgetBob GALLIG1 SHATTERED BY NEWSWiSTAR Catherine Flaherty, the Girl With the Dancing Eyes, Breaks Record SelBy Claire for Bay Grind ' SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 22. Miss Catherine Flaherty or San Francisco, who, up to six months ago, was un known as a swimmer, outdistanced her rival, Miss Mabel Green of Alameda, by more than three minutes in the y-miie marathon staged yesterday off Neptune Beach. In the history ol 1vca aquatics no greater sensation fets been furnished than that of Miss ?1aherty's record flight into the ranks of great swimmers. Her time yester day was one hous 43 minutes and five seconds. ' Breaks Record iss Flaherty, in covering the miles in f9 minutes, bettered the time of Mi4s Claire Galligan, national wom en's swimming champion, in the mile. The New York swimmer has a nation al record, made in tidal water over a 110-vard course, of 31:19 3-5. . It is not too much to expect that Miss Flaherty will be bidding for some of those national titles before long. She has -been recognized as a dis tance swimmer since the first day that Gustav- Peterson, swimming coach of Miss Frances Cowells, un dertook her instruction. Swims With Music The start of the race yesterday was under perfect conditions. Fifteen minutes in advance of the men's mara thon the starter's gun barked its sig nal and . the three-girls -struck cut along the shore. ;, WW Alec Pape handling the cars of the boat; Gus fovo Potprsnn. her coach from the Center Club, exhorting her to take if easy, and the accordion player, wiio had come to supply jazz-zy tunes, cheering her on, Miss Flaherty se cured a natural lead. She held it throughout the long pull. Wild Irish Rose At the finish she was fresh and smiling. The "dancing eyes" that have already earned her a new dis tinction among the local girl swim mers, danced more merrily than ever when the movie-men filmed hej- as the rare winner, tip in the bow of her . .. ! -.1 t 1 III!,, boat tne accorcuon piayer inajeu Wild Irish Rose." George Schroth, swimming under the colors of the Riverside Club of Sacramento, was the winner of the first annual open water long distance swim, under the auspices of the Pa cific Association, establishing a record of one hour 34 minutes 10 seconds. ' CHICAGO, Oct. 22. Ban. Johnson, president of the American League, has drafted himself into the biggest circuit in the world the League or Democracy. , . "As far as I am concerned I am leaving baseball forever," Ban de clared as he boarded the train here last night. , Baseball. Forgotten - "Something may happen that win force me back into the pastime the government may turn me down or the war may end before I can be of serv ice Tut right now baseball is the farthest thing from my thoughts. : "There is something bigger than baseball cut out for us Americans, and until the job of mopping up Ger many has been disposed " of baseball will have to get along: without me." Commissary Department Some time ago Johnson turned down a commission in the commis sary department, but reconsidered his decision, and this may be the job he has in mind. ' -,r ; V- "I hope to serve as a private," was Ban's declaration, however, "and the quicker I get to France the better I will like it." -May Choose Comiskey v There was a Tumor in circulation today that the league will appoint a second vice-president to run its af fairs, keeping Johnson at the head of the organization as long as he lives. Charles Comiskey, president of the White Sox, is the league's vice-presi dent. " J :' :: ' .;' MIDDIES MIX AGAIN TONIGHT AT Y. M.C. A. The intermediate teams mix it up again tonight on the Y. M. C. A. gym floor in the basketball series. In the first game the Knights of Kamehame- ha will meet the Rookies, the secona is between the Washingtons and the fast M6 team, which so far has not been defeated. The Rookies so far have lost two and won one. i omgui they expect to make the breaK niij fifty. The first game Kains: Watson, Ani,- Guerreo, , Yomes, McKeague. Rookies: F. W. Smith, Rodrigues, Ca nario, Serrao, J. Rosa. The game will be called at 4:30 in the games hall.. ' j ' The second game Washingtons: Kal Luke, Lum Dunn, F. A. Sing, E. Wong, M. Ching, H. K. Tim., - JAPANESE FILM STAR TO TALK TO AD CLUB Spssne Havakawa, noted Japanese screen artor, will be one of the special guests of the Ad Club at its Wednes day luncheon. Hayakawa will arrive on the Matsonia tomorrow, probably with his film company to stage a Ha waiian picture in line with an under standing reached by the. Promotion Committee as announced in the Star Bulletin last month. The party in cluded. George H. Melford. Another luncheon speaker will be Dr., Dinwiddie, chairman of the com mittee on legislation of the Anti-Saloon league. Committee reports will be heard by the club, there will be roll call by states and a musical pro gram. ' -f t t t t ' - "--h' COACH DOB1E IS BACK IN WIN COLUMN AGAIN 1 - """--;- ' ANNAPOLIS, Oct. 20. Show- ing complete mastery of prac- J tically every department of the .. game and manifesting a degree of improvement over their show- ing against West' Virginia some weeks ago that was truly won- derful, Navy this afternoon , handed the Redskins from Car- lisle such a wallopinj; aa the In- . dians have never been asked to take at Annapoli3. The final score was 61 fc 0 in favor of the sailors and would have un- ; doubtedly been from 7 to 21 . points more h&i not Coach Do- bie taken his first team out at the beginning of the final per- lod. .. ? -t PRINTERS TAKE THREE. . STRAIGHT GAMES FROM BANKER BOWLING FIVE i The Printers took three straight games and total pinfall from the Fi nanciers on the "Y" alleys last night. Scott of the Printers was high three game man with 5S8, and his score.of 225 in the second game stood as the high game for the evening. Wikander was high man for the Financiers with a 499 lor the three games and 183 for his high game. Captain Ham's team has been improving its rolling lately and is rapidly .coming to the front. "Who does the Y roll , tonight In the Pacific League?" is a question Mike Jay's Jabs WHATS THE USE? Rave Ohn says: If you go . : In swimming . In the morning So a to Keep cool , r Ail day it's Sure to ; rain , That day and If you're expecting It to rain And don't go In Swimming it gets So hot that the Perspiration "Rolls off you In Waves, so What's the use? Some aolfers play correctly, ". but f most of 'em play It for enjoyment. A deaf individual is fearfully handU capped at a modern football game. By spurting In the four period the Town Team finished a good second In the game with Fort Kamehameha last Saturday., f' '-:- Facts Not Worth Knowing: The outdoor swimming season In Labrador will be very poor, this winter. Scotty Schuman Is awfully sore at Lieut; Tobin. He thinks the Fort Kam men had their-faces oiled and the f GOVERNMENT OF CUBA . - HONORS CUE EXPERT T ' ' - - - NEW YORK, Oct 30. Alfred de Oro thA ; thrpwiiRhinn and Docket billiard exnert.- has re- : "f ceived notice from the secretary f of state of Cuba that the gov--f -f ernment of the " island republic -f had voted him a en3lon of $150 -f .a month, for the his life. ' - 1 f The action, the secretary f. plained, was taken , because of f the credit reflected by De Oro -f on his native . country both BOBBY ARRIVES JUST TOO LATE CHICAGO, Oct. 23. The last rites over the body, of Bob - Fitzslmmons, who died early yesterday, wui De un- itopert f uz believe in funerals.? Wouldn't Stay Young Fitzsimmons, who .arrtvea 1 SkH11 V Plar I was already, en route back East 4- the high standards I of- personal -f lj' ' . ? -, SSSfnSU nf I died early yesterday, v remainder of attended by hls inly son, Ri : secretary 'ex: stoon. Jr..-who doesn't maintained- in . his f conduct he profession. - " today. Private service was held in a Jsorth Side i chapel at. 4 o'clock this after noon. A public funeral will he neia m the Moody Tabernacle at 2 o'clock to morrow afternoon: "Bobby wanted his father cremated. Mrs. - Fitzsim mons already had . purchased a ot in their .ankles. that thP howlers will not be able to! Town lads slipped off and sprained answer, but just the same the .Pacific League team Is going to roll up as high a score as possible against their shadow opponents in tonight's match. Schedules are expected shortly, but the results will be cabled Thursday night whether the local bowlers know against whom they roll or not. Last night's scores were: , FINANCIERS Wikander ..1S3 16S 148 499 Meyer 160 154 157 471 McTaggert .178 140 - .. . 318 Cooper .135 1C7 136 ,438 Soares ,.168 155 144 467 Wuehrmann .. ... 125 125 I S24 784 7042315 PRINTERS Raseman 169 164 125 458 Scott 174 225 179 588 Ham .............166 15 161 483 Sing 166 167 166 499 Williams 176 159 135 470 841 871, 766 2478 0 ' i Sir. Thomas White, Canadian Minis ter of Finance, will supervise the cam paign of -the new Canadian Victory Loan of $150,000,000 which will open next month. Salaries will be cut next season; In major league ball, so ihat Cleveland and the Athletics can lose their games much cheaper than this year. After the showing of. Tobln's men against the Townles, Fort Kern sup porters have stopped looking "as If they had promised their grandmothers never to smile. And by the way, since the "Y" team trimmed the 32nd eleven the other clubs are commencing to regard the SchofieJd team's schedule as a menu When winter winds drive through the town We yearn for summer's stain And when the summer sun beats down We look for winter's rain No matter what the tint they paint -We always yearn for that which ain't. v : With autumn trapshooting comes into its glory. During the summer the umps discourage u TWO GAMES ON CARD -im Y2DAMMAD orunnr P D I n I FT A P 1 1 C Tfl n A V I uraceiana cemetery, wnere me iermer unlU LLAuUt l UUM I heavyweight chanroiou will be buried. Turner! nnwn Two games in the Grammar bcnooi j Friends whr hafl coma forward with league will be played tnis auernoon. nffprs tn iAfrav thp, fri rnntM Kalihl-waena will meet Ihe Central I wprR niA.hv th wiiinv that "Rnh'n grammax school at Kam field, while greatest horror was that of becoming Kaahumanu win v tacKie me ; toyi an object of charity.' She said she bad school at Moulin. v xsow Kdines plenty of funds ' for this ; purpose. Should Drove Interesting. . I The widow was 1!!!!! fnnrth The remainder of the schedule lias tfej Robert. Jrf is the son of hla been made up as ioiiows. second wife, Rose Julian, Nov: 9 Central Grammar vs. uoy- icweis Pawned al school,; Mounii neia; wuuusamm -Mrs.- Fitzsimmons gave the son all vs. Kaiulani, Kamehameha field, r of his father's nersonal' belonelnca In Nflv. ; 13 KalihI-waena vs.. Royal ner ; possession. , The boy wanted the School, Kamenamena neia, rauu- diamonds which had belonged to . his manu vs. LMuoKaiani, jJioiimi iiem. mother. ,but Mrs. Fitzsimmons said Nov. 16 Kaahumanu vs. js-aiuiani, these all had been pawned Kamehameha neia; central, urammai vs. Liliuokalani, Molliill field. Nov; 20 Kalihi-waena1 vs. Liliuoxa- lani. Mxiliili field ; Kaiulani vs. Royal School. Kamehameha field. Nov. 23 Royal School vs. LilluoKa- lanl. Moiliili field: Kaahumanu vs. Central Grammar, Kamehameha field. Nov. 27 Kalihi-waena vs. Kaiulani, Kamehameha field. ? Dp- 4Central Grammar -vs. Kaiu lani, Kamehameha field. EVERYBODY'S DOIfi' IT AND NOW KID McCOY 13 APPOINTED INSTRUCTCH. WRIGHTSTOWN, J., Oct j SO. Sergeant Noman Selby, tet ter known as "Kid McCoy," tla pugilist, has been appelated t:: ing instructor at Camp Dix. Us will have entire supervisica cr the boxing instruction of tiis sc! diers here, and will besla wcr!i soon; He will ; appoint' an a2s!:t ant Instructor for every ccr:rany. r.v; suiTO c: m FINALS IN PATRIOTIC - NET MEET ON TODAY COAST LEAGUE RACE v FINALS WERE CLOSE .SAN FRANCISCO,- Oct. 29. With something -to spare, :, San Francisco won,; the 1917:qast' league pennant yesterday. At the close the. Seals had something less than a two-game lead over the Angels. The flag was cinch ed in the mornins" whenSan, Francis co defeated Oakland 5 to' V ' ' Standing of the Clubs . :v -'i y -ry ; ;;i.. Won Lost Pet; San - Francisco; . . ; . ....119; 93 :.5$1 Los Angeles : . . V . . . . . . . i 116 , ,94i .,552 Salt; Lake 102 '97 512 Portland ...... j. 98,102 .493 .........XC3'108- .4S8 84128; .396 h ji i .Finals in the Hawaiian; - Patriotic tournament on the Kaplolani ; Park courts, of the Hawaii Polo & Racing Oakland association will be played this after- yernon noon by A. L. Castle and W. H. Hoogs. The winner of heatcb wil FRANKIEBURNS GOES take on vvuiiam r. t.iiiuuu, iaiaw champion, .on the same courts Friday afternoon. Play In the doubles will begin, oh Saturday afternoon'.' Entries for tills event will close this afternoon; Those Intending to enter will find the entry book at E. O. Hall & Son. .: DOWN BEFORE CHAMP i i i . i. . .- - - v - 1 College StudentP Final M N Barn and Roof M zr ll A ! ii Prepared expressly to w i ths tan d the climati c conditions of the Islands-is unequalled for protective and wearing properties. We recommend it especially for mills bridge k(5 3 roofs The paint spreads easily and dries with a good' gloss, thus increasing its durability. For a good, economical; durable and preservative paint there is none better. In five shades. .. . ' ; -:- ":- ' --i" Light Slate Brick Red Dark Slate Iron Brown Light Olive . Let us talk with you about Paints. tells $ Cooke, Ltd; dumber and Building Material.: 169-177 S. King St. Scores of friends, fellow students and football players, members 01 the McKinley, Kamehameha and Puna- hou teams, were present yesterday aft ernoon at the funeral services in the Makiki Congregational church to pay the last tribute to the memory of Maruichi Kuwamoto, the young Japa nese football player of the College of Hawaii, who died Saturday night from injuries received in the game Satur day afternoon between Kamehameha and the college. Rev. J. P. Erdmau conducted the last rites and Rev, Su gimoto assisted. Dr. A. L. Dean, pres ident of the college, delivered an ad dress, paying a high tribute to the young student who passed away. His address follows: The Address "The door of life opens and the spirit of man enters as in a dream. In this house of his life he dwells until the appointed hour. Out through the door held open by the Angel of Death the spirit takes its way to meet his Cre ator. i "With the eye of faith we may. be hold and see the reward of the right eous; with the ear of faith we hear the words of the Master: 'I am the resur rection and the life; he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live; and whoso liveth and believ eth in me shall never die.' "What shall we say of our, life here, composite of happiness and sorrow, of good and evil, the joy of strength and achievement, the sadness of sorrow and failure? Shall we say with the Persian poet: the well amid the caravan has VA moment's halV a momentary taste Of being from waste, And, lo!, the phantom reach'd Th nothing it set out from oh, make haste!' , ': "Because our friend no longer walks with us is his way ended? Is It all loss? Is his life but the flame which flicker ing for its brief hour, is blown out, leaving for a. moment that shadowy after light within our eyes, then utter darkness? ' ; : - ; "No, in a real and present way the spirit of man cannot die; his life does not end when he. walks no more with us. On each of us is laid the burden of giving something to the gf eat com mon life of humanity. Out of the dark ness of prehistoric time man stumbles forth into the light of history with the instincts of the brute still clinging to him. Down through recorded ages runs the broad river of our common life. Each of the millions who nas lived adds his part of good or bad to the development of his race. : This re sponsibility we cannot shirk. . some thing we must add to the current of human life as it flows on throughthe ages. The lives of the good, the true, the courageous, slowly but surely have told and are telling. We are groping upward in our common humanity. The good and the evil that we dofc and that we are, live after us, and many a life as yet unborn shall feel the impulse of our daily deeds. (Assoatid !PrstiyTr. S. Nail vTirrtess.) ; Herman.: bantamweight, champion of the; world,;' successfully "defended his title here last night in a . twenty- round , bout; with: Frankie Burns of Jersey ' City, obtaining the decjsion. Herman -won the title by defeating Kid Williams : and has ; since beaten every boxer of note ' in his class. Burns had for some time been consid ered the most likely hoy to "wrest the laurels., from; the champion. , . . . . J- U . Ufa ao nonor to our coiumuc , iv' , 4. Bpeaks for itself. 'Yet ne nas ien n in our power to raise to him the great est of tributes. We can mase numan- Ity better because he has lived. "With rare courage, quietly, patient- lv. he met his daily task a task ; far heavier than many of us re called to meet. Yet how, unfailing was his cour tesy and his smile. "The portion. of hard, long hours of work was- his, yet no complaint: Asso ciated dally, with those more fortu nately placed . than himself, yet no envy. "With unselfishness " which - would shame us if it did not inspire;- he 'fol lowed In the footsteps of his Master.; r- "Are ' these things worth while? , Is a world where courtesy and cheerful ness, courageous living, patient work and unselfish service aweu ? m , ine hearts and lives of men worth, living for? Then on us is laid, the charge that his life shall not have been lived in .vain. His spirit has gone f to meet his Maker yet it - must live througa us. fLet knowledge grow ' from more to S more,' .--; ' '-;;- y:7 But more of reverence in us dwell, , That mind and soul, according well; May make one music as before, f: ,S r-'-f rA 'But ' vaster.- -:V: 'M'- n Z ; Following -the service the body was taken to Nuuanu street: crematory. Last night at the home of. Mr: and Mrs, Kuwamoto services were1 held accord ing to the religion of Japan. TA KES TWO GAM ES. Sneclfi2 Star-nUetJn CorKnaicO ; I1ILO, Oct. 29. The Soaaiity team of ; St., Mary's college deteated the Kilauea . avenue 7 team In two ' games here last Saturday ' by big margin scores. - - v Not ; Only : Minor But Ma;. - League Stipends v;ni ld Cut in 1918, is Report ; SAN"yRANCISCO, Oct 30. Tilt there will be many salary reductions next year, whether the war Is over cr not. is almost a certainty.' - Here in the Coast league it 13 a foregone conclusion . that ; there will be reductions, while it looks as If ths majors would also be affected, wheth er the war Is over or not. War to Do It. ' V TJia liarirtwHtfTt? i OT1 tie Will and the players - realize that if tbs war-is still continuing when It cc;3 timo for them to 'sign new coztracta they will. have to stand for salary cuts or quit. Continuation of tha ws7 would at best make baseball hardly a lucrative ; Investment for ancth sr year, and under war. conditions tM owners could not, well afford to pa) some of . the salaries present contracti call for. ' On the, other hand, if the war 13 over in a few. months the cut la sal aries, while not as big or as general, will be marked, for there are players in both major; leagues who sines baseball Srar days have been getting more money, than they were ever en titled to. This has kept !down the salaries of the more deserving .nsn. something to which all fair-mis i 2 d baseball players .will agree. Made Money. ' . AVar didn't hurt baseball in the na Jors to any great extent thl3 season, it , Is reported. The winning club 3 i the National and'American lea: z are said to have made as much ejcsv; as the victorious teams of other ssa sons, and "the losing - organizations didn't lose any more than the tall enders of other years. There will b few clubs this year to show a big d3 ficit.' . "-f: : - The Washington club,, which has felt the effects of the war more than any. other big league organization, isn't believed to have lost much money. ?. ;-.n(;.; ; w' ': 'y : Did Well. . ' v . The White Sox Red Sox and Glaati were naturally" the biggest money makers of the aeason. They , have number of years. Cleveland and De troit are .said to have made money In ; .v (Continued on page, 9) ' ' ' ' HANDICAP NET MEET - TO START TOMORROW The Y. M. C. A. handicap tennis tournament will open tomorrow after noon with eighteen entries. This will necessitate two preliminaries and eight first round matches. A handi cap committee, the identity of which ;is unknown, will confer at noon to ; day and determine the fate of the va rious entries. Results and schedule of drawings will be posted on the Y. M. C. A. bulletin board tonight. The following have entered: G. M. Canario, M. G. Johnston, Preston Al len, A. E. Irimer, L J. Hurd, R. E. Taylor, William Punahau, , Alataa Wilder, George B. Henderson, Harold C. Hill, L. A. Henke, Ross page, E. C. Merrill. C. A. Pease, Dr. R. D. wn liams, Merle L. Copeland, R. K. Thorn as and Ralph Cuthbertson. Since March 1914. the membership of the Garman socalist party,: accord ing to an Exchange Copenhagen tele gram, has Telien irom over iuvu,uuu 10 240,000.; ' -.;:": ; yy-y- WINE Granclaled Eyelids, -Ttt Onr F.v. Eves Inflamed by ' ( t "1 Sara. Dunt and Wind quickly X . y-Tr C Eye$ and In Baby Eye. TOUR tl LJNSartiiif , JostEyeCeiafart 1 1 C1 bad sooner started to retire VOLLEYBALL SERIES AT COLLEGE CLOSED The All-Stars downed the Oceanlas In the final game of the first series In volleyball at St. Louis college on Sunday, The scores were 15 to 5, 12 to 15 and 15 to 4. The Scrubs won the series going; through without a defeat. The All-Stars were second with three wins and one trimming. The Oceanlas, Red Sox and St. Louis tied for third place with one . win each. The lineup for the final game was: All-StarsVredenburs, Lindsay, Ah Fong, Cockett, Fernandes, - Lizama. Oceanlas Pires Kauhane. ; W. Luis, Rodrigues, Benna, Serrao and Cooper. VOLCANO SIGHTSEERS HAVE CLOSE CALL : ( Special Star-Solletia Corrupendencs.) " HILO. Nov 2. There was a near tragedy at the Volcano Sunday after- no'qn. Two residents of Hilo, accomp anied by : a Enlde, had descended the crater side ; about; one hundred ;feet to the floor of the crater. 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