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HONOLULU STAR-BCUETKf, WEDXESttVT, ,"JA29, 19136.
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NEWS OF EVERY FIELD
TAB TRUTHMOUT SPORT
IS NEVER A KNOCK .
Present Holder of Cup Wins HV
Way to Finals and Wili Get
Permanent Possesion of the
Trophy if He Defeats Barnes
J.' H . rarr.es 'and ' a. L. CaaUa meet
this alter noon. u the .fii.als cf the
Wall cup tournament at the Ueretania
Tennis Club. Castle lias two legs ou
the trophy, and should i.c o.in thi3
afternoon he will becor.u its perman-
rv .J rt m rs rk -j
'ent possessor: The v. am ua3 oei
llayed for nine time, including the
present tournament. .This afternoon's
'match is scheduled for 4 o'clock; and
V.1H be three in five sets.
$ The "-bestof the two' semi final
-matches Was between Lhmkm and W
li. Itcrd. both vClasa I) men. Izard.
v bo lias Just, come to Oahu a jiavy
paymaster. ,Js well ; known on .-JSastern
' -vfeourls,'. where be -has playd jn many
tlg tournaments . Healav.won the
championship of the Pl.iIMpine a fw
Vars ago. Yesterday, he slumped
iladJi-dOfC'ak!pg tu flrt ul
the wretched light jnuat bo blamed to
u. large extent foris. fall-down. Play-
era; wko havu used ; 4 be Berclaii'4
fcourla right along, .bavfti a bl -advam
. -tage oven newcomers, iei If comes
vto playing1 late ia ibe tor the
i background .la ' Lard to, see the: ball
,t agaiirst..and tends to hot he-: iha ; roan
i who Jiasa't tecme acct,sipnw3d to it
4 Itard,' when playing in , the mauka
, Xcotrrv aerved number . of . double
.- . ... ... .1 M. Irvt- nl CtttllllB f.hol 9
iauiia lain w - ii
-in a. way, that , showed carjj.ioai. ae n
only half taw the bail a jien scrucs
'It. J" " 1 " ,;. f
iBarrlea Hard Worker; c -nnrnfl.:,
however. sho tl'J be given
revery credit for his win; P he, played
; ; 'clean, bard' tennis, probably the; best
" ' he ha8bown in any local tourriament.
l and mad but few errors. He is un-
; oubtedly :the-harde8.t worker among
-rv' ' " the locafcraewevlconunent, and tbe
; f iv- .way he-went after:. anil, returned Wini-
' w jutfsliota .-waa a..marvet:f let and
.v. . -.' t .. iriir. nimtTiptv) safe
: r.PB.- aml.txa JaeyeraJ pecasiojis Izard
fler. making hisa.run jUUbejdreme
t backhand (coraef ol the court two : cr
vthree-'timea ,tn suceessioa, losi nia bo-
- yantaxe b? ne'ttirtg thel)all. or -send-v
xXni it put of the court. UAra was do
' ';Viig.thS foixmg;!btt Cariwi;Vas BC?
'l;lng,.the;poIntS.Vl.:.j ' , . ? - '
Vr.Tbte Castle-Guard 'maicb- was easy
; -: forlbe fotmerwho owed4 3-6 Jand
... ?us-15. but nevertheic.i won Inftralgnt
sets. v The third ret went to deuce
traa liard fougat. arter asue was
v leadmgv M at one time, t : .
vin-the finals this afternoon Castle
Jowes 3-6 13;rTbe match should !be a
"i ""rgoo&one '-::y-':: H
: "Yesterday's Rwulta.
? BareaiUeat JartU 3-6. -6-4, -
V I Castle beat Ouard 6-0, 6-1, .
HONOLULU HIGHLY LAUDED
HI RAILROAD MAGAZINE
, f !
- li.The Erie Uaiiroad Employed' Ma-a-?ribe,wblc)ii
baa : a'- wide circulation
' among, railroad and traveUns wen.
''i contalris the 'f ollowin?- striking praise
'''fit Hawaii in a letter from a torreB
; potent, -Luis Jackson, on a trip to
;the Orient:. . , ' , : :
r From Shanghai I took the Japan-
; ese steamer Tenyo Maru.'vla Nagasaki,"-'
Kobe and . Yokohama, 0, to , San
Francisco, stopping en -route for. one
day at Honolulu, the chef port o! our
Hawaiian Islands. I had visited !ic-
- colHln before It 4s one of U beauty
spots' of. the, world, and is so recog
nized in' all guide, books. Monte Cat lo
on the Mediterranean is probally the
most beaHiUfnl place in the world, but
? HoncJulifJ wit ita tropicairtrcesand
flowers, the J sarrounding motaitafn,
the" extraordlnarytreaks of'peacck
blueof its seas, its great hotel, and
splendid, bathing Reaches, s .a place
weir-Worth visiting. Hoaoliim bai
boulevards lined with the most beauti
ful tropical' trees, many of tbem with
large clusters: of red flowers. Stately
palms are everywhere. Bananas grow
iintitf -thA roads.. and at -a little dis-
.:. fN.m thm roads, for nr;i -
dential reasons, are many tall cocoa -
.i it a n a j aavm - r
nut trees. The pineapple grows .n
abundance in Honolulu, and the larg
est pineapple cannery in the worl 1 '.s
there.- A splendid system of open,
roomy .trolley -cars runs to all th?
leading: sigbtB in and around Hono
lulu arid -think It has as jnany auto
mobiles In proportion to the popula
tion (40.1HH))-as; there are in the City
of N6wr "iork. Tbe several "islands
comprising Hawaii have about two
hundred hriles of railroad. One line,
about one hundred miles long. -is on
Oahu. on which island Honolulu is
situated. Tbls railroad is three foot
Kauge. On the rsland of Hilo there
is anothex railroad about 75 nii'.es
lonr;, which is 4 ft. 8Vi in. gauge.
"When the. steamers arrive, the
Honolulu Band, a splendid local or
ganization full of fire, is on the pier
to greet them, and it is there when
the -steamers depart. Thia is a very
"On leaving Honolulu the native
women come down to the steamer
wharf , to sell wreaths of flowers,
which .are- bought by the passengers
and thrown back to friends as ihe
feleanier leaves. Coins are throwu into
Thrope's Disbarment From The
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a i,i..'i,'A --. . u' ?a . - w-wvr:
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H DI'SDARUENTfr6mmaieur,attb$ OyjCpic games, he received the
Carlisle- IndiaiHwho-was tue senl
ViSation flf jbhe.Iasi Olympic games,
lias caused a big stir 'the country over.
Thorpe's standing was taken away
from him because he played profes
sional .baseball prior to te Stockholm
games, and the American committee
is dow faced with: the unpieasant duty
of returning tber prizes which Thorpe
won, technically, under false colors, al
though, there could have been no col
lusion on. the part of thoseat the head
of the American team. Poreign knock
ers are sure to get their hammers out.
however, and. we may expeii to roaJ
oon that America went out with a i pany before.
dragnet, gathered in a number of v.fi' j Carlisle is outside of the Intercolle
known professionals in ove.y urar.-.ii . giate Athletic Association and ques
of sport, and is now "conrossin'' toions of football and baseball eligibil
save future com plicnt ions, alt' r ia.tr , ity do no come up there. That is
est iri the games has died down. j probably the reason why Thorpe's' well
Thorpe was recently examined by a j known professional baseball career a
board of . physicians, and pronoun. c-ed i couple of years ago was not more gen
to be the perfect man. Lasc r.u.mner, i erally taken note of.
NEW YORK Joe Choynski, wlu.
has been acting as hoxing instruMor
at a Pittsburg club for the last few
years, thinks he has dis.'overeu a new ;
hope who will be able to crowd ashl
McCarty and Willard as soon as j
Chqnyskl -turns him loose.
- The veteran says .his discovery fro-j
qtently has . knocked him down in.
Il'ainiDK UUUIS. uiui n;nun i
one time conqueror of Jack Johnson
that' he is not wasting his time on t
dead one. However. Choynski refuses
to reveal the ndjmo of the now won -r,
who, he says ,iv the son ot i v.oahhy
rrcn who will uot give his (onsFont to
the youngster's beginning a career in
1 the rinsr unless li
is sine to become
j the champion.
Another mouth or two will bo suf- ; oi nu. ciami mat ne won an in
l!:ient to put on the flushing touchos. ! :'" He says the promoters gave
s;is Choynski. an 1 then '-hHllengo: t.;l-i J"orc Ihin bad promised
.VcCartv and Williard will be in o. t . l:y him berau.se he drev sucu a
the water, which the native boys, who
are excellent swimmers. div t'.r."
Plioto-EcgraTln? of highest gradr
eua be serared from the Star-Bulletin
Enhance Your Beauty
by keeping your skin sweet,
healthful and attractive, with
HUT Hut uJ WWker Dyt.
Uack m brawa. SOc
' r .
uie,cecatnion,and. that or ttic King 01
Sweden for conquering in' the penta
thlon. Returning to America. Thorpe
played through a gruelling football
seasch, and was acclaimed by every
one as . tho--greatest all-round player
the game has ever seen.
The marvel is that Thorpe's admit
ted professionalism wasn't discovered
long ago. When te was handed a big
league contract a few weeks ago, com
ment was made on his former profes
sional record, the sporting writers
specuating: as to why he had been
signed as a. pitcher when he had play
ed the outfield in professional com-
CHICAQO Battling Nelson, who is
training for his fight in Racine, Wis.,
on February 5 with Ray Sorenson, is
boosting for a fight bill in Illinois. He
i as been making speeches at Colum
LiiK, Youngstown and other cities m
it.r interest of a fight bill recently in
tioduced in the Ohio legislature.
Bat says his hands 4 are .all right
aain as a result ot treatment at the
j iuids of Bone.setter Reese,
"Rndy rnnojz is back from Grand
, R-ipids, Mich., where he defeated- Paul
! SIkora in a six round fight, and ha
iciisod a match in Windsor. Canada,
with Joe Phillips.
The fight will taKe
place January L'L'. Rudy, enthusiastic
o'er his showing in his liist Little, ex
h'.l itod newsi".aier cliiiings in sup-
l uge house,
trail of Bat
I'nholtz i'; hot on the
Nelson, l'akev MeFar-
nd rfind Ad Wolgast.
I'aekey MrKinand is -ontomplatin
; io right clubs in this country. ;n iev
jeral instances when ho was scheduled
jto battle the lout was filled off an i
i .n other cases the luh closed alter
'. be had made an appearance.
Ard many a woman is fo change
able that she never, wears the same
I . m -
I If a man has any
'shows up before be
sense at all it
ets engaged or
'.after he is married.
j Kveiy time ')r r husband consults
a railway tiiT:e table a suspicious wife
! wonders if there is another woman in
Visit Illotn's store, corner Fort and
HotH. and no'e the tremendous clear
ance bargains. - advertisement.
O'Dbwda and'flenton Favorites
for Final-Honors in Runahou
Yeslerday sa the completion of
the semi-fia$a"if', the Punahou ten
nis doubles, wlim Dav'd Wausworth
and Oordon Gihb pefeated Wrenn Tim
be'rlake and Dwight Baldwin, 7-5, 2-6,
0-3, H. , Xhe game was a splendid one
as 'have been ""all so- fax played in the
tcupamnU Ihef ffrst set 'was an ex
ceptiorially good exhibition bf tennis,
ooth pairs placing wellt 'Wauswonh
and Gibb only won it "after a hard
fight, in the second set it seemed as
though the iaitial effort had Iieen too
much for Wads ortb and Gibb, for
they were- easily eaten. In the third
set, however, the r came baci strou;,
and beaV .Timjenakp and Baldwin,
nearly as" badly a they had been1 beat
en themselves, fb the last set Wads-
worth, and XJibb Jkept ; up their good
work and won their game.
All that is ieft jto be piayed now is
the tinals as'Allaa Renton and Johnny
0Dbwda won their set in tue senv
finals las,t .week w hen th,ey defeated
Robert Home and! Piatt Cooke,' 4-6, 6-4,
(-2, 6-4. Though they played with a
handicap they, did -not, '.find, the game
as'casx R3 ..''Waa acttrst .expected."
Home and" Cooke played a good game
and gave Renton and O' Do wc a a run
all the way. Wadsworth anc Gibb are
better players than Home and Cooke
and the finals look classy.
The Punahou students have already
picked their pairs and there :s much
exeftement as to which one will win.
Renton and O'Dowda seem to be the
favorites, but , Wadsworth and Gibb do
not lack supporters!
E. O. Hall & Son, who gave a cup to
the winner of the singles, are offering
racquets to the winners of the doubles.
Y. M. C. A. Bowling League.
Laetis .. 6 6
i . '
3 1 .500
2 ' 33
B. B. C. Co ...6
Cosmos '. . 6
Healanis .. .....3
Rapid Transit ....3
After dropping the first game to the
Cosmos, last night, the Myrtles, braced
and took the next two. This put them
in a tie with their boating rivals, the
Healanis, for fifth place in ,the "Y"
Yisdom .. ..
I'inClea . .
Dummy . .
r36 829 760 2325
li. A. White
Atherton . .
799 748 711 22S8
"Well you can thank me for your
taking two out of three from us"
For the Myrtles Kerr bowled a fine
consistent game throughout, having
high average 181. Wisdom had high
Jones had both high score -and aver
age for the Cosmos 189 and ltJO. "But
its. not on account of practicing," said
Reitow and Edgecomb will join the
"Your whole team must hae bopn
attacked by the man eating butter
fv." Leslie Scoit.
"Why you follows are not even in
class with us jiiunswicKs. nanej
. . -t - If , . t
C. H. Atherton is still improving.
White's favorite expre. sion.
Bouts vtt. Street carr this ovonin:
BKST MEDICINE MADE.
There is no better medicine made
for colds than. Chamberlaina Cough
Remedy. It acts on nature s plan, re
lieves the lungs, opens the secretions,
aids expectoration; and restores the
system to a healthy condition For
sale by all dealers. "Benson, Smith &
Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. adver
tisement. I read It
must be so.
ia the Star-Bnllflln. It
1 a - m to
All-Hawaii Poloists Off-For
Campaign Againdt -Coast Cracks
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rijM. -t 't -
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. . THEt ACt,KAWUII POLO, TEAM
.to, . right .the pjayert4n th . vpictttra are- Frank
Walter Dlllinaham,, Harold Castle, Arthur Rice.
T P.U RM EM.BBRS qtthe poloi dele
gauon inac" win reprracn ; -i.waii
in thebig California tontnai
; menti durlngy . Februaryt and
March. sailed on ' the" - Mongolia ibis
morning for San Francisco. Frank
Baldwin1,7 back Harbld Castle. No. 2 i
Arthur Rice, No. 1, and' Saw Baldwjni
reserve- are ! tho -men who hayej Jnst
left . 'Honolulu, Walter ' DUHngham.
teai ciaptain aid No. 3havlng jbeen
on the coast for several weeks. ; 4:
The team' is the Btrohgeat that, can
bo brought together -In nthe j islands,
and great things - are expected jfrpnv
it 'in the California competitions;,The
a rorresnondent who algna himself
"J. 1.4 Wallton.. .once a 1. Punahoxiifirst honors hy .Ayaa of the. Chinese
student" Jwrttes . suggesting that , as
league .baseball vis ipau .here ,f of tne
time being, it would, be agooa BQneme
tn,-nipt n AiiUiahu .team. 't Aooar -
ently her has collected , a Byroposium
of the bpinidns of. the T various (local
authorities and , former atara, f hich
he shoots along, with his letter. ;Here
are the selections: , ' '
Catcher . . . ; 6
By , an . old St. IvOubt catcper
"Kanky,'. the Chinese player, ia jwijLhf
out. question . one of- the greatest
catchers the game has. ever known in
Hawaii. He has had a verybrllliant
year. and J. think 13. playing about the
most consistent ball a his position-of
any man on. the circuit- It la.pretty
hard to - over-estimate - the value of
such a man as VKanky." ;
By an old big league nmpire-j-Kan
Yen is playing a wonderful game this
year, the- best game- of his career. 'He
always was a great player, but ' .this
year he has outdone himself. There
are a number of good catchers la' the
Oahu League, but I say without hesi
tation that Kan Yen outranks them
By a Chinese player Barney Joy . is
the best pitcher in.lhe .business here.
Our own men, LuckYee and Apau
Kau are coming strong, and. will bear
watching next season. .Foster Rob
inson U. also a comer. t
By a J. A...C. player There. Is n6
better first baseman in the game to
day than Albert Akana. FUzer of the
P. A. C.'s is also good, and it is hard
to chose between them.
By a former Punahou pitcher J am
a pucner, ana naturally not so mucn
interested in first basemen as some
other players might t)e, I have noticed
the work of Albert Akana particularly,
though, and I must say that when I
have seen him he has always been a
By a Chinese player La Mere is
the greatest second baseman in tbe
Oahu League. Many people pick Kua
lii, of the J. A. C.'s in preference, but
1 1 don't think so. I have never seen
!anvonp in Hawaii who can field the
w - -
second sack as La Mere does, and
they don't mike any better batters
than he is. I suppose no one in Ha
waii will equal La Mere for clean
By a P. A. C. player It Is pretty
hard to say who is the best thir
sacker. Last year I think that with
out doubt Denny Markham was.
This year Lai Tin has played some
good ball, and he is the most danger
ous man on bases. Both are good.
By D. K. Davis Lai Tin and D.
Markham are undoubtedly the best
third basemen in the Oahu League.
For base iunniug and fielding Lai Tin
is a trifle superior.
By a member of the Hawaii team
Henry Bushnell is a greVit shortstop
jam? a mighty nice fellow. I should
' root hard for Bushnell. but I Buppose
:- : '' - w"-: '
playen are In perfect traihing, and
are prepared to play their best, and
let it go at that.- If they are beaten
It will-be because a better brand ot
polo ia pktyed. on the coast than here,
On arrival in San Francisco the
play'ers. ,wlll proceed at once to Cor
onado, where Dillingham ; has, abready
gone. The first scheduled, action for
tne - Hawaii team , is. , one or me less
important touroaments. which r com
mencea Februarr 9. . '- 5 '' ' . '.
. Mrs. frank Baldwin and MraSain
Baldwin accompanied their, husbands,
Wrs.. Walter. Dillingham la already on
the coasts - .
he would be given a hard run for
and ;CbUlingworth : of the J., A. C
Ana on tne wnoie, i oeneve were is
a snaao in iavor oi Ayau.
v - - Bv an old big league umpire Even.
.me- om. oi. uouis Buonsiop,, wno
now dead, waaonca the: king: of .local
shortstops. Ayauiand Chllllngworth
have taken his place. V
A Full Team i
By J; i a, "Hilo fanThe palm for
the - greatest first baseman goes to
Albert 'Akana. For second, Knalil, of
the, J. A, Cb. At thirds v; I - suppose
Lai Tin" and P Markham are about
euaL .Shortstop,! position, in my
opinion' lies .between V. Ayau and
-"Chilly." - Both - ara . great shortatopa
m every sense ot tne wora. anajoom
are fine fellows as well. Personally,
I do not think there is much to choose
between them, but there might be- a
shade In favor of thV Chinese, player.
L. Akana, En; Sue and Ornellaa.are
the best outfielders in the islands, v
Outfield ' ;
; ,By .T. K. U. ol the Asahis En Sue
at center. U Akana at left and David
Desha at right, are about tbe fastest
fielders in the Hawaiian . Islands. : En
Su.is no doubt the best of the three,
with Alana a close second.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 18. Jack
Souter, the veteran professional of
the Racquet club of this city, and
Charles Williams are arranging a
match for the title of world's recquet
champion at 12500 a side. Articles are
on the way to Williams, according to
which the first match will be played
here in March, and the second in Ix)u
don in May.
NOME, Alaska. Jan. 18. The Solo
mon derby, the first of the winter dog
rpces. and second in interest only to
the great all Alaska sweepstake, was
postponed from today until January
:'." because of the heavy snowstorms
of the last few days. The distance is
l." miles from Nome to Solomon an.1
BOSTON A change in the date of
tbe naMonal open 'golf cbaraplom hip
fr.-m June 4 to some time in Septem
ber In .order that several British and
French '.-'players may participate, will
be arreeable to the alfiffit iits of tho f
Bjookline Conntrv club, where the
event will be held. Such a postpone
ment would bring to this conntn- w
ward Ray,' present British champion:
Harry Vardon. George Duncan, and
possibly r.eferal French professionals
trial rriiiu-u yu.twiu,.- .
to Play in the British cnampion. hip i
l8te in June- J
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Taxpayers hand In yonr tax re-i
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I -advertisement. '
OFF 1 .
Markham's Aggregation to
Forego Second Chance at tho
Fast Orientals Students
Have Little Chance and Chi
nese Want to Save -Men' for,
-Next Sunday's Game; - f
By mutual agreement between car
tains and managers, the second .fcn
ball game between the All-Student5!
and the All-Chinese 'has teen calle I
off. -Ia the minds of maoy fens, thero
is no question that :tae Chinese teanj
is far better than Ihe team compost
of schoolboys, and, nobody will regret
the canceling of this. game. : , ,
For thls week. there will be one t!
game. The All-Oahn'a -; and the All
Chinese teams, which battled Sund
last In one of the most exciting con
tests held In the islands, will far
eac!)1 other, on the diamond on Sand ?
afternoon at 3 o'clock; "It la hard t
piclc the winners.. and the Chinese wl'l
have to fight as ttwy did last Sunday,
If they expect to maka i eUven
straight . . ; :, . - r .,
r Last .Sunday's T gam ;: waa a dUj -troua
one for both teams, for threj
men: are now - on thj .hospital li3t.
She rtstop Chilling worth of the Oah - j
Is still nursing a broken linger. whil
En, Sue and Sing Hung of the Chine
team are In a crippled condition, I i
Sue was hit twice tiytwo.days, and t
dark-blue marks .on his thigh si. :
show out prominently. Sing broke L.
knee while trying' to , score. -;
',;Th'e Hawaiian band has been obtain
ed to furnish tho music at Athlc.
park on Sunday. . The. advance t
sale haa already commenced at H ).
Wnll JB, Bnn .. . . - -
Tne first track, turnout of the sea
son was held yesterday afternoon at
Punahou and from the looks of Ihlm?
there will be much promising mater!. I
at that school this year. Many of Uot
year's men turned out and there were
some new faces al3o. -Not much wa3
done' la the; line! of. actaal work but
things were glyen'VgJod atarf which
jaja, gCKd, deal, when it is realized that
tt . was the nrst call of . the year for
track men. ' " :?'-'J'rr , . -i-.'-
"Bill" i Inman.? - Pti nih an's ' ' crack
we1ghtTman,: will peunable io practice
lot several weeks, ''win j to a strained
tacks caused .by a fair last week. r Thii
forced rest will not greatly affect In-
manv for he Vwlll still hive aoout ' a
mjonth. of : practice before, the, latere
scholastic meet. -:'- ' - v
vThe, cross-counrry ' rtcat hayeen
practicing for several' weeks, 'and the
men are in fine trim for the run, which
comes , off , in; February ;. The est, cf
the . track , men.. will iprpb'ablyf be out
regularly , from, now pn,aau Punahou
looks to have the usual polnt-winninz
aggregation. .I'-lr .tv.' '' ;.
MILLS ;AN0TilGH OR AVA
IN Fl N A SO CCER j G AM E
Interacholastlc Soccer Xe-gye, Ar ;
Camehameha .. , 9
St. Louis ...... .V.Vi5,rrt" T
High School I ,2. 2 .-4
Mills Institute . . .'. . .' . . & 0 4 1 - 1
The Mils soccer team got out of ie
maiden class yesterday afternoon,' by '
playing, a drawn game .with M cKlnley
High School. This does bef, change the "
championship altnatlon, the jtitlo
still remaining between. Kara and St
Louis. The latter plays Mills tomor-
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