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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1911
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Mt WORDS IltO DCNJ1II IN
AND THIS fICTURC MUST
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'hat the Wrestlers. Boxers and Base
Ball Artists Arc Doing.
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rial Briar.!-, DUr.K. Bladder Trouble,
fcrniri. Kheutnatiun, Impure Blood. CiUnh.
SJctplcMttJ, llenom Wormi, Cult, Cea
tiipa&oa. Anionic Condition.
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On Aug. -1 tlio Athletics for the
second time this season had fought
icir way to first place, the differ
ence being that this time they held
During September their lead
increased steadily, and they enter
d the last week of the race practi
illy cased up.
In all but one department the
Ubieties are a better ball club now
than they were a year ago. the
outfield, while it is not a wonderful
rio by a long shot, is a shade more
eliablo than that which bumped
the Cubs last year.
There are two or three sets of out
fielders in the big leagues that rate
lighcr than Lard, Oldringand Mur
phy, but Mack's strength always has
been in his infields.
There is no quartet in the game
today that combines with baseball
such intelligence as that of Mclnnis,
Collins, Barry and Baker. The four
ire wjiulcrfully fast and accurate
fielders and possess great throwing
inns- The infield was fast in 1910,
but it is speedier this season. Last
car Harry Davis was on first, but
ist July was replaced by Mclnnis
For all Ins youth anil inexperience
Mclnnis is a big improvement over
Davis. Right now "Stuffy" looks
the equal of any first baseman in
the American league, barring Hal
Chase. First station last year was
the only comparatively weak one,
but it is now well covered.
It is only in the pitching depart
ment that Mack seems to have fallen
off from last year. Neither Coombs
nor Bender has shown the wonder
ful form of a year ago. Morgan and
Plank performed in fine style all
season. The caicning acparinieni.
las been well looked after by Ira
The Athletics are made up of
young men who like to play hall.
There isn't a lazy player on the
team. From the moment the
Mack's men put on their uniforms
they display energy. In practice
they show ginger and speed, while
n championship games they never
iay die. Even though opponents
lire weak, the champions do not let
up. lneysecmto enjoy tne lasic
of fattening their batting averages,
md they revel in difficult plays. On
the bench they talk baseball, and
when mistakes arc made there's no
ill feeling. Great plays prompt en
thusiasm and words of praise, while
Mack at all times is the king pin.
Lack of jealousy and friction is one
of the reasons for the success of the
Athletics. Take the caso of Harry
Davis, for instance. The- veteran
has been supplanted at first base by
young Mclnnis, yet the latter has
no more ardent supporter than
Davis, who is always helping the
Mack's quiet disposition coupled
with firmness, has worked wonders.
Ho knows baseball and how to han
dle players. His motto is "Play
ball," and he never varies it. Uni'
pires are let alono and adverse de
cisions do not upset the- team. In
developing tlio Athletics Mack has
tried to strengthen every depart
ment, and results thus attained
would seem to indicate that he
hasn't lost a trick.
Kid McCoy "came back" in the
wind-up at Brown's A. C, when he
stopped Kid Ely of Brooklyn in less
than a round. But he did not es
cape an exciting adventuro despite
his hollow victory over Ely. At the
unsatisfactory termination of the
s'iir event, to soothe the disappoint
ment of the fans, Bob Fitzsiminons,
who sat by the ringside, clambered
through the ropes to engage in a
little friendly spat with the illus-
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trious Kid, Bob carefully took off
his coat, carefully rolled up his
sleeves, carefully adjusted the gloves
and as carefully squared off to Mc
Coy. But in the flush of his recent
victory the Kid set sail at old Bob
a triflo too roughly to satisfy tho
latter. A jab or two ruflled tho
former ring marvel and Fitz tore
into the Kid like a ton of wildcats.
Love taps were forgotten and the
pair slammed and poked away in
desperate earnest. When the well
meant joke became too serious the
oldtiniers were pulled apart, though
Tho all-star team chosen by James
McAleer to battle with the Philadel
phia American Leaguo Club, tho
world's champions, prior to their
struggle with tho pennant winners
from tho National League, includes
four members of the Chicago team,
five from the Washington team and
ono each from New York, Boston
and Detroit American Leaguo teams.
The batting order as announced to
day follows: Milan, cf. ; Lord, 3b.;
Speaker, rf. ; Cobb, If.; Elherfeld,
2b.; McBrido, ss.; Chase, lb.; Sul
livan and Street, c.; Walsh, Whito
and Johnson, p.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. P. & A. M
Stated mee linns will be held at
Masanic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vlted to attend.
F. P. ROSECRANS R. W. M
t. f. Secretary
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. K. DEINERT, C. C.
C. C. CI.ARK, K. OP R. & S.
George II. Ilenshall arrived on Maui
Friday evening of last week. He was
here perfecting plans for launching the
subscription contest of the Star. Mr.
Ilenshall returned to Honolulu on Tues
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