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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER i9, 1909
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11 Films I
With tho foot ball season barely un- Walsh, guard at St. Mary's (Kan.) Col
der way a month, death has alrea.y lege, hurt In a practice game; John Mc-
claimed fourteen players, despite many
changes in the rules made iu tho hope
of lessening the chances of serious ln-
jury. The number of the injured
whose accidents have been made pub-
lie In the press dispatches already Is
more than 128. Of these 100 have
suffered serious hurts. Many moro
have been hurt than have come to pub-
11c notice. Care Is taken at the unl-
versities that as little news as pos-
sible of injuries to tho foot ball teams
shall leak out side the campus. Es-
peclally Is this truo of the practice
games. For that reason, anything
appioaching a complete list is not pos-
Among those who have died are
Frank Trimble, tackle at the Univeisity
of Indiana; Charles Decker, half-back,
or the Findlay (Ohio) High School,
who died of injuries received ln a soke-
Lduled game; Robert AlUllngton, half-
back at the Pottsvillo (Pa.) High
School, who was hurt in a gamo with
the Shamokln High SCchool; Walter
Evans, fullback at Guthrie County
(Iowa), High School, hurt ln a game
with the Yalo (Iowa) High School) ; J.
JOHN T.'JIOIR TELLS OF COMING
EVENTS AND GUARANTEES
John T. Moir, manager of Onomeo Su
gar Company, who was one of the
judges of the races at Hllo last Fourth
of July, declares that the scandals of
i.he last "meeting In the Rally City
will never be repeated. Hllo, accord
ing to Mr Mciv has liur'ged herself of
the ciooks and their methods and will
henceforward appear ln the garb of
T'lirlty, iunocenr.6 and all the other
real, nice virtues. Never again will
there be a crooked race In Hilo; never
again will theie ho the wrong horse
pulled at the right time and vice versa
and never again will the jockeys name
"We are goin to have a meet on
January 1," says Mr. Moir, "and it will
be on tho dead sqrnre from start to
finish. It is true that wo have some
sports on Hawaii who are as crooked
as a ram's horn, but they will have
nothing to do with races In tho fu
ture. Will they get out? They are
out already, and all the gates are lock
ed and barred against them.
"The two principal men against
whom there was righeous 'indignation
will have nothing to do with the meet
on New Year's Day. That program
will be iu charge of tho Volcano Sta
bles, and everybody knows what that
uicnus. The Volcano Stables people
will stand for no funny business on the
pait of anybody."
' Leaving that subject a littlo." con
tinued Mr. Moir. "I want to say ..that
J am opposed anynow to this way of
bunging lace horses down from tho
coast to compete in our meets. The
races should bo competitions between
island horses, reared and trained here
and handled by local men. There are
many reasons why outside racers
should not be brought in for purely
track purposes. The breeding of good
stock is not particularly encouraged
Uf the meteoric triumph of some in
vader, and it gives a great boost to
the most objectionable species of track
gambling. I say cut out outside horses
and let our races bo between our own
"Don't let Honolulu get the Idea
that we on Hawaii countenance crook
ed work on our race tracks. We will
not stand for It, and will prove it
by chov.wg ati clean a program on
New Year's Day as was ever pulled off
anywhere on earth.''
iMr. Moir was one of tho judge of
tho Fourth of July meet, and it was he
who, in pure disgust at tho work of
certain of the horse owners on tho
track, demanded an investigation and
punishment of the offenders. In the
whole tirade of villlflcatlon and cal
umny whica followed, howover, no
suggestion was over made that tho
work of Mr. Moir and his associates
was other than open, above board ana
clem And the piesent assurance of
Mr. Moir that the coming race meet
will be o. k. will go a long way to
ward restoring public confidence in tho
honesty of trade competition at Hilo.
Tin Chong, tho Honolulu Chlneso
promoter of baseball, 'is contributing
a serios of articles on local sports to
u Dayton, Ohio, paper.
A meeting of the Honolulu Yacht
Club, will be held at the mldance of
A. Lyle this ovenlng.
Artnur, twenty, cnpiam 01 me ium-
lngton (Ind.), foot ball team, Injured
ln a gamo wUh ,ho Wabasn Hgh 1
scnooi eleven: Charles E. Jack, former
tackle on tho Colorado College foot
uau team, died of injuries received in
iqqq. Langdon McCormlck, left end on
the Cornell University football team,
died of Injuries received In several
yars of foot ball playing; Clarence
pierce of Wilmington, Del., hurt in a
garae October 23; Charles Brown Kis-
sam fifteen, a student at tho Macken-
ze School in Tarry town; Russell P.
Heckel, fifteen, of Pittsburg, died of
an injury to his chest; Clarence Pierce,
nineteen of Wilmington, Del., died of
injuries received ln a line scrimmage;
chas. Stroppel, seventeen of Cincln-
natl. died at Carthage, Ohio, of injuries
received In a line plunge, and Michael
Burke, twenty-one, of Shenandoah, Pa.
hurt In a gamo against the Phlladel-
phia College of Pharmacy.
Of the 'injured since October 1G the
most seriously hurt is Ernest Stamm,
twenty-seven of No. 411 Gth street,
Brooklyn. His skull was .fractured In
a game between the Acorn and the St.
Paul foot ball teams of Brooklyn.
THE FIGHTERS' AT
Charlie Reilly kept open house to a
number of his friends yesterday after
noon, the special feature being an
.eight round go between himself and
Sarconl. The latter Is an unsclenti
lie wiry, littlo fighter who Is not afraid
of anything and Is apt totake advan
tage of all accidents. He has im
proved somo lately and did very good
work with Reilly. Near the end or
the practice, however, Reilly straight
cned the Hnttle chap out just to show
him how easy it could be done.
Following tho established custom,
Cullen will also have his receiving
days," and this afternoon will enter
tain his friends at the Orpheum. He
will first take on Sam Hop, the well
known Chinese Athlete, after which ho
will box with Kid Terry for a longer
Preparations fdr the fight program
on Thanksgiving Eve are moving along
finely. The men to enter the prellml
naiies are down to hard training and
may be expected to give a good account
HELL SETS A
Though it has always been tho claim
of tho manufacturers of the Maxwell
that their aim is the attainment of
reliability lather than the capture of
speed records, continued Maxwell vic
tories on the truck make it evident
that thee cars are captable of show
inw their heels to competitors in their
own class as wo'.l im to others which
rank higher i tar as power and sell
ing price areconcerned.
In the first AM mobile Derby, held
over tho 22.75 mile course at River
head, Long 'Island, on September 20,
the two Maxwell entries, model Q. won
first and second prize in their class,
negotiating the distance of ninety-one
miles in 101:12 and 1$4:13, respective
ly. This figures establishes a new
world's lecord, eclipsing, as It does,
the lecords established by tho Sizaire
Naudln in tho French voiturettes races
of tho Lancia, made in the Interna
tional Light Car "race at Savannah, of
Huiton on the four-inch race in Eng'
land, of tho Chalmers in the-Cobe tro-
phy race, ant' the time made by the
winner of tho Jericho Sweepstakes. Not
only old tho Maxwells beat their near
est competitor by more than thirty
minutes, but they madeo tho most
phenomenal showing ever made by
light car by maintaining an average
speed of 54 milo-i per hour.
Tho race w momoted by the vote'
ran of the sport, Senator W. J. Mor
gan, of the N. Y .Globo, and was'ad-
mlrably managed. Exchange.
Members of the National Guard who
aro to take part in the M. A. A. field
meet on November 27 will practice, at
the Boys' Field after 4:30 p. m. dally,
At a meeting of the High School's
soccer team at tho Y. M. C, A. last
ovenlng Johnny Clarke was elected
captain and M. B. Blanchavd manager.
Tho socond team of Camp Vory Is
out with a challenge for a football
gnmo with oither the High School .or
College of Hawaii.
nne Joh prints, sta,.ohici.
FLAG RARELY SEEM
II FOREIGN PORTS
ENTOMOLOGIST REMARKS ON
THE SCARCITY OP AMERICAN
SAN FRANCISCO, November 7
"It Is a positive disgraco to the
United Statesithat there Is scarcely
an American snip iu uu huuu w
port of tho world," was tho emphatic
statement made yesterday by George
Compere, tho well known entomolo
gist, who returned in tho liner China
from a trip that encircled tho globe.
Compere has done moro than any
other man to rid California orchards
of insect pests, in tho opinion or
prominent horticulturists, ln his pere
grinations over the world having
discovered and introduced hero
Bcores of parasites which have erad
icated various orchard pests.
On this last voyage, which began
in June of last year, Compero visited
Enrope and the Orient, occasionally
sending home beneficial insects' to
the State Horticultural Commission
at Sacramento. Ho brings with him
six species of red-scale parasite for
the orange pests of the Southern
California orchards, tho insects hav
ing been found ln tho Philippines,
Japan and China.
Speaking of the scarcity of Amerl
can merchant vessels, Compere wax
ed eloquent. "Nowhere except in
the port of Hongkong, or the intcr-
lpodiate ports at which they call, do
you see anything but an occasional
Pacific Mall steamer flying the Am
erican flag, and these steamers of
the Pacific Mall are not present In
any great numbers in the foreign
ports. It Is exceedingly seldom thai'
one sees the American flag in any
other of the ports of the Orient, or
iu any foreign ports for that matter.
"So utterly poor Is the showing
made by the American flag, ln fact,
that one hears it commented upon
everywhere, t and I confess that I
have frequently felt very much
ashamed of the condition of our ship
ping. And men of other countries do
not seem to hesitate to speak about'
it, and ask pertinent questions. It
is so everywhere I have been no
American ships or steamers, and
pointed , remarks about it by foreign
"At the same time one sees the
great' steamships of the North Gor
man Lloyd Company carrying hun
dreds of thousands of dollars' worth
of merchandise 'and machinery to
ports which should be served by Am
erican vessels. The same with the
British and others all carrying big
cargoes to the Far East, and not an
American vessel or cargo In sight.
One has only to visit foreign ports
to see the tremendous business be
ing done by the subsidized ships of
other countries, and to see the actual
need of a subsidy for our own mer
chantmen. With subsidized ships we
could send huge cargoes to foreign
ports, and there would be no end to
the trade that' would spring up. I
know this. American goods would
And a' ready market, but these goods
cannot be shipped there in Ameri
can ships competing with the subsi
dized foreign ones. The people of
the United States' do not realize the
pf.thetlc condition of their foreign
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The women of this town should sec
our new Fall styles in Women's
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"PRATT THE LAND MAN"
Has tho choicest selections of lands
in the Territory to offer t'o those wise
people who want to ''get in on tho
ground floor" and Invest before pri
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In a very short time, when you
meet a friend, and commence to dis
cuss land transactions (as you natu
rally will), you will bo saying, "I
could have "bought that place in '09
for less than half that price but f
Don't bo "asleep at the switch,"
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buy one( or moro of the following
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P. O. Box 451.
W. G. CHALMEES
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Meets ln their hall on King Street,
near Fort, every Friday ovenlng. Visit
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H. C. EASTON, Secretary.
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. o. o. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:30
in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street. Vis
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tel and Union, Entrance 111 Union.
M ARRIVALS IN SILK GOOD
Tor years our line of Silk gooda haa
oeD tha best ln town and our last
ihlpment proved no exception.
wakami & Co., - - Hotel St
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Engineers, Machinists, Blacksmiths
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