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BVENtNCJ UUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T It. miDAY. NOV 18. 1910.
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WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
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WHISKEY. MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
! which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any Part of tlle city
MACFARLArVE & CO.,
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TOMORROW GREAT DAY IN
CLOSES THOUSANDS WILL GO TO NEW HAVEN
FOR BATTLE OF CRIMSON AND BLUE.
Tomorrow Is tlio big day anil the
wind up (if tlio football season In
the Kastcin mill .Middle States, the
enter f liiloicst being tlio game
between lluiraiil uiiil Yule, to bo
played at New llavon, uliil at which
thousands mid thousands of cntliti
Blafctlc iidinlicis of caili team will
l'lum eat I) muni I hi; special tnittia
mid aiitomolille patties will bo leav
ing New York and Boston, as well
as many other titles mid towns In
Now Kngland ami cistern Nvjw
York, all hound fin the ki Id Iron bat
tle at New Haven
Crimson ami blue ilbbons will flut
ter In tlio bicee fioiu train win
dows, and fioin automobiles the pen
limits of the thai unlveisltles will
snap In the tool autumn air us tlio
ma lilacs bear their happy crowds to
the scene of tlio buttle
Hvorv peat around tlio field will
bo taken, and hundreds will linger
oiusnie me giouuiix io gci iiio nrsc
nous of, bow tbo riiiiip Is roIiir.
Along WnshhiKton street. In non
tun, 111 fiont of the newspapei of
fices, the street itirs will baldly be
uble to ii.ika tbn crowd will be so
dense w nulling the bulletin boards
of tlio games and In New York tbo
fume kind of u dowd will be tires-
out, altliobgh Inteiest In all tbo
Raines played tomoriow will bo more
manifest there. In Boston It will
all be llarvard-Yalo sentiment
No siiro Information on tbo line
ups of tlio two teams can be known
lieie, but tbat of two weeks uro,
when Yale plaed Ilrown and H.ir
,ird foiiRht with Cornell, (an pmb
ably bn taken as about tlle same as
tbat of tomoriow- at tlio Rreat ruiuo.
Tonight all over tlio world smok
ets of Yale and HniMird men are
being bold, and at the t'nlverslty
Club In Ibis (It) tbo men of the two
unlveislties mo having a chowder
WHITES DEFEAT REDS
AT INDOOR BASEBALL
Exciting Game at Y, M. C. A,1
xuiuiiu umne at i, ivi, Kj, t
Last Night in Which Tiiple
Play Was Made,
Last evening tbo (list icgular
weekb gamo of Indoor baseball was
plajed at the Y, SI. C. A. for tills
week. The teams opposing each
otbci were tbo Whites and the llluos,
the foiiuor winning oer the climn
pious h ouo bcoie, the total tally at
tlio end of tlio ganiu being 1:1-11!,
A triple play by tlio Ulucs brought
foitb niiitli upiibiiiBO, mid tbo whole
gamo was full of snap and go.
Tonight the Itcds mid Blacks play
at tbo gymnasium, lit present being
tied for last pla In tbo team stand
ings. Last night's lineup mid scoies fol
lllues S03000301 1-
Wbltes I 0 1 0 0 III) I 113
White Lewis, t; Cannon, p; I,.
Uo a, lb; renoiia, lib; Clark, ilh;
Marino, ss; Kasemmi, if; II. Nott, If.
Il'ucs Klommo, c; lloinn, p;
, Dwlght, lb; UcCnltii, 2b; N. SU-
(lulie, :ib; K. Mctlutie, ss; .iieveigu,
It; Duncan, If,
PACES FAST MILE
I'II0i:NIX, (Allz.). Ninembor 7.
H1!... ........ ulnhl tit ll.n ilti, tltiu tilt.
paced nillo of Copa do Oio nt Durfeo's
! I.os Angeles stable- In lC!i. Tboio Is
a tin eat nt disallowance, owing to (be
handling of Ibu lunnlng. ni.ilc The
woild's jeaillng lecoul of 2; 'J.I, bold
by a Stanford hoitc, ,wiu equaled by
. Walter Don.'owilcd'byr.Ml.'llollowuj
'of lleiuot, Cal, It Is oxpected tba'
tbls tolt will boat this dining the
w i ek ,
, In tbo Copp r stnko dot, foi astako
of $2000. Helen Stiles of the Dm fee
stables took all tlneo beats In 2 11,
2 ItiVi and 2 illU'i Other entiles wero
l'uh SI ilileu and l'llueiss Louise.
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A Mslt of the stotk kept Hilly t'ulll
Min away fiom the limit Cub Haugliter
by the Athletics ami ho icports:
"Weight, nine pounds; bits and
throws rlght-bamltd "
AND YALE IN THE EAST;
COLLEGE OF HAWAII HERE
FOOTBALL AS THE SEASON
and dinner on the co of the big
Tbo piobablc lineup uf the teams
Yale. Ilaivard. I
Itcllly U i: l-owls
Scully I. T McKay
Tuller I.. II Mlnot
.Morris C... lluntliiRton
I'aul .' II. (1 rislicr
Sav.iRo It. T....VltliliiRtoii
lliooks it. I) Smith
Stiout tl . .WlgRleswoilh
Held I, II Cmhott
Daly It II Campbell
Howe r .Morrison
Tomuirou Is a gieat day In the
football lilbtoi j of Hawaii also, for
at tlio usual hour the clceus of
Oahu ColleRC and the College of lla.
wall will lineup uu Alexander l'leld
to find out w hlf.Ii Is the butter.
The teams look foiward to this
game as the teal test of tbo season,
and tlio fair looters will bo out In
force to cheer their beioes to vie
tory. The gamo tomorrow will cost noth
ing like tbo pike paid for enhance
at Now llaen, mid u large ciowd
should bo on hand to see the match
between tbo two college elevens.
The lineup of the teams:
Iiimtiu. . ,
ial'tis. . . .
. C. .
. ..Took Oil
, . . .Amonu
. I.. T Kiibns
Doors., I,, i: like
Desha ( II .Manalllno
Dodge P II Illrdseyo
Coney It. II .Maruichi
Mackenzlo. .. I. II Illuit
Oahu substitutes J. Mooie, I
Mooie, II. IlitihcoMt, Mm ray.
Oillilals Ilciciee, 1'. Ilensou; iim-
plie. I.owrej ; field Judge, Clink;
head linesman, Sumnei; timekeeper,
WILL INVADE CUBA
Philadelphians Will Play Seiies
oi imrty sanies ai
Business Manager llaniioft of tbo
t'lmlnnatl Nationals lias signed tbo
(ontiact with Manager Jlmluez of
HaMiua, Cuba, to bilug tbo I'blla-
delphla Aniei leans to Havana during
the month of Jniiuaiy and pla) about
tliltty games with tbo Cuban team
Ily tbo terms of tbo cnntiact tbo
foul teen men who will go mo to io
(elve $.'00 ea'li for the trip, making
a total of $7000. In addition they
aro to bao their expenses paid and
their wives also may go along with
out any additional expense to tbo
plajers. In all, twelve men will ac
company the ilaers.
PLAN NEW RULE IN
FAVOR OF BATTER
Ituluctloii of tbo number of called
balls entitling n batsman to Mist biso
fioin four balls to three, and a io
vlval of tlio earned inn mo among
the changes being consldcicd by base
ball magnates for tlio betteruunt of
tbo game bofoio anotboi season tolls
That tbo earned tun will bo icsloi
cd at official good standing as a par
Hal means of ilclei mining tlio rela
tlvo standing of pitchers In tlio Ante
l lean League, It Is nsseilcd by olll
clals now In this (Ily, Is practically
Wbctlior or not It Is luought back
to llfq In the National and other or
ganizations,, tbo officials of (ho American-Lcaguo
will mako Ibo levlval,
and cm do so single handed, because
It Is a matter nrfectlng tbo olllclai
scoring and tabulation of pitchers'
iccoids, but not the pbiyltig rules
Tim todtictlon of Ibo amount of
waiting a batsman will bavo to do to
get a base on balls Is a dlffeicut pio
posltlon as It will leijulio conciuieiit
action by both mnjor Icngues.
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Hob Aimsdnng and P.un I.inttfoid
am Riving span lug eblbltlons
thiotighout tlio Middle West.
HUSKY BOYS IN
Line-Up of Teams Shows that
Men Were Tall and Heavy
on Both Fifteens.
It was n busk) lot of hoys who
lined up In the annual Callfornla-
Stlinfnril Riimo at Berkeley last Sat
utduy, one man on each team being
twenty live sears of ago ami tlneo
of tbo Htanrotd boys being still In Charlotte C, on duly I, Is tbo envy
their teens. f every ouo who lias seen It.
Looking over tbo lineup of tbo Tbo cup was won In the into fiom
rival fifteens. It Is been that Call- Honolulu to Kabulul by the Cbnr
fornla bad six men who vvoro six lotto C. on July I, tbo tlmo being
feet and over, ami livo others who 2G hours, (icorgo Crwrlor sailed tbo
were five feet ten and over. Tbo aclit In tbo race, winning fiom tbo
heaviest man on the Iterkeley team Kainehaniclia, tlio Ulndys and tlio
tipped the ecnlcB at 211 pounds. I Hcleno.
Stnufoid bail five men over six' Tlio cup was offered by yachting
feet In height and four who vveto, enthusiasts on Sluul, and It Is ono
five-ten mid over. Two of these boys' of which the Hub mid the winner
tipped tbo scales ut 200 pounds, I
Coast papers mrlvlug today wcio!
up to the day of tbo game, but no
tesults other than those btought by menus on sinni," mm iiuovc mis in
cable mo at baud. scrlptlou aro the crossed flags of lla.
Tbo lineup of tlio teams which,
faced caih other at llcrkclcy a week
California Jay Dw'lgglns, full-
back; S. II. Peart, left wing; J. A.
Stroud, (enter; 13. L. Watts, right)
wing; C. W. llvans, flvc-clgbths; C.
A. Allen, flvc-elghtlis; L. SI. Moi
rls, half-back; C. A. I'hlcgcr, fiont
r.mlc t I (1 Mnrkwitit. final rntik:
iv ii nr,i.. .i,in rm.b. ii ii a.Ii.
lev. 'side im'ik: II. V. Jordan.' lock:
SI. W. Harris, rear rank; 11. A.I"1"' wl" K0, ll "" aRBregatlon to
Swartz. ifar rank. Substitutes:'
Hacks, T. M. Dills, A. W. Klllott:'
forwmds, II. II I'hlegcr, (1. t). Han-
nn,..w- lV"o "1!!; w; N K",B' D,l
O Brandt. C. S. Wheeler. I
Slanfoid p. c Ilrown, full-back;
K 1'. Celsilei, left vving; S. L. Sllt
( hell, (cntei; .1. It, Thulium, right
wing; P. V Iteevcs, outside Ilvo;
1. P. IlarilRiin, Intldc five; 11. 13.
Hib, hair ha' k; A. L. Siiudell. wing
forwmd: .1 P. I'mtrldgo, icnr rank;
A II. Pi.iuk, rear rank; C. H. Olm
stead, ifgbt middle; L. K. Mlntuin,
lok, K L, Dole (captain), left mid
dle; J. L. Arrell. Html rank; C. K.
Chcda, front rank. Substitutes:
Hacks, T Sanborn, L. Cabs mid 0,
1) Wotswick; forwards, 13, C. Haum
gaitnci, 13. C. Woodcock, W. L.
Smith, A. SI H.inboin, J. W. Pitting,
11 L. Ilorton
NEW BILLIARD SCORE
BY WILLIE H0PPE
Sots World's Mark at New
York in Recent Match,
Willie Hoppo has established u
new win Id's high run lecord for 18
I n b balk lliio bllllaids, one shot In,
Hi his handicap match with Albeit
Cutler, at Doyle's Academy. Ho
clicked off 150 points by dcllcato
nursing, daring drives mid Intricate
masse shuts, in u way to keep tlio
ciow it applauding.
Tlio old rooid was 110, made by
tlio Into Plunk Ives, In 1VJ7, a mark I
which will tllll stand as a lecoul
for tournament play. Tho highest
i mi foi a championship match was,
made by tlle late Jake haefei 111
1907, when he urn 100 points. I
lloppo's billllaut inn In Now York
(anie to mi end when ho missed ai
difficult masse sliot by the uaiiuwost
Cutler, playing lb.'.', made up
small Riiiiind by scoring ilil'J points
while Hoppo was gathclliig u. lie
had high runs of !!.', 78 and 17, ami
averaged 27 8-12 for tbo third blink.
1 hippo's nvcraro for tbo evening was
L':i 1-::, his to iml best inn being 7K.
Tbo sioio for tlneo nights now
nails: Hoppo, U00; Cutler. 824;
while tbo scoie by Innings last oven
Wllllo Hoppo (18 1) 17, 1. B. 8,
0, ,U, ir.0, 0, 8, 12. 78, 7,.10. Total,
:iOd; aveingi;, 231-1:1. , High runs,
l'5d. 78 and 1. " . " M '';'",
Albert Cutler (18.21 1,' 95. ' 12,
r,l, 11, 47, 10, 78. 21. II, 3,'0. Total,
:ia2; nveniRO, 27 8-12. High runs,
r,, 7S and rl, Hefereo Jamos
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Cluisty Slatbowsoii has pitched In
six post-season games and has won
them all, shutting out Philadelphia
tlneo times In the seiies of I90r, and
beating the lllglilnudeis thiee times
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 u $ 1 per j car.
'm - - ' " 'T?
LOVING CUP FROM l---"s
ME SPORTS OF MAUI
Trophy Won By Charlotte C.
On July 4 Received
Standing tlneo feet high and
mcusutli'iR a foot and a half from
handle to handle, the lolng ct'p re-
celved by tlio Hawaii Yu lit Club
from Slanl as tbo trophy won by tbo
may well be proud.
On tbo front Is luscilbcd, "IMc-
Kcnted to the Hawaii Yacht Club hyj
w-.iu mm mo jneiu ciuu.
llencath the Inscription will bo
added another, "Won by tbo Char
lotto C, Cnptaln Oeorge Crozlcr, '
July . 11. '-" Hours to Kiiliiilnl."
On the back of the cup tbo n lit
Hawaii Is chased on tlio sufacer.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Uwu pla ii tat Ion, tennis iilaicra
'"' received u challenge fiom Alcu.l
",0 "'" ctiaiieugcia vviinui ii iuvv)
TWO MORE NIGHTS!
MONSTER MATINEE TOMORROW!
Any Scat in the House, 25c
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COME AND SEE THE DI0GEST
WILSON SISTERS I
Tbo Cicatcst Song and Umco Imiu
That Hver Appealed In Honolulu I
FRANK T0STER I
Thollmi With a Monologue and u
Smile That llioadous
COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
Tlio I'temlor Vocalist of Ibo
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Doors Open at 0:30 Show 0:45
GRAND THANKSGIVING DALL ,
THANKSGIVING EVE '
Wednesday, November 23, 1010
'K. of P. Hall, Coiner Fort and
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NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c, 5o
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Corner Nuunnu and Fauahi Streets
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School of Physical Culture
Scientific Massage, Medical
tlymmistlcs (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles' Men's and Children's
classes Hours: a. m to 10 p.
in and I'rlvatu Instruction.
Jlr. (iiislin Illiirkmaii (of
Koyal Swedish CJyinn lust )
Masseur and Instructor of
I acific 3
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You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nf. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND 0 0.
FOE SALE AT ALL BAKI
Regal Shoe Store,
Kinp; and Bethel Streets
A MASQUERADE will be Riven by
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCIN0
Odd Fellows' Hall, November '24,
1010 Thanks, vine:. Tour prizes
Music by a Hawaiian ouintet club.
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