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O Boxing. O
O Mnrch 9. Do Mollo vs, Oil- O
O nioro, IS rounds. O
O Athletics. O
O Fob, 26. Kama. vs. Punahou. O
O School. O
O March 30. Doys' Club annual O
O meet. Boys' Field. O
O March 2. Punahou vs. High O
O School. O
O March 9. Kama vs. High O
O School. O
O March 10. Triangular Inter- O
O scholastic moot. O
O March 21. Fort linger Ar- O
O tlllory Company meet, Kaplo- O
O lanl Park. O
O Soccer. O
O Feb. 29. St. Louis College O
O vs. High School, Molllill. O
O Marathon. O
O March 2. Sailor Woodward O
O vs. Time, Athletic Pnrk. O
Fob. 2G. Wall Cup tourney O
O Golf. O
O Mcrqh 3. Stewart cup tour- O
O nament, Oahu Country Club. O
O ' Bowling. O
O Feb. 26 Brur.iwlck-Balke vs. O
O Vlayers, Y. M. C. A. alleys, O
O 7:45. O
O Feb. 27. Stragglers vs. Oa- O
O hus; Y. M. C. A. alleys, 7:45. O
O Feb. 28. Bank of Hawaii vs. O
O Honolulus, Y. M. C. A. alleys, O
O 7:45. O
O March 1. Lactl vs. Cosmos, O
O Y. M. C. A. alleys, 7:15. O
1 BETTER F
The Brunswick-Balke team took two
out of three games from the Cosmos
on Saturday, although the losers had
the better of the grand total pin fall
For the winners Wilkinson had
high scroe, 179, and average, 158.
Schmidt had Just 2 pins less than
"Wllko" for the match.
For the Cosmos, Guard had both
high score and average, 179 and 163.
Franklin 120 116 121 357
Wilkinson 179 151 145 475
Hough 110 173 127 410
E. Schmidt 169 158 156 473
H. W. Kobinson. 137 149 162 448
705 747 711 2163
H. W. Robinson. 156 145 129 430
Guard 144 179 174 497
C, H. Atherton.. 124 118 120 362
Barter 162 156 138 45ti
Shaw 164 138 119 421
' 750 736 680 2168
The secretary of the Lihue Kegel
Club has written Manager Wisdom of
the Y. M. C. A. bowling alleys, stat
ing that the two Kauai crack bowlers,
Maser and Walters, will play Wil
liams and Winne of the Honolulus,
either next or the following Saturday,
an endurance match of twenty games
There .ire some Important games
on the schedule this week, which will
practically close the first series. If
the Brunswlcke-Balkes win two out
of three with the Players Monday
night they will be tied with the Strag
glers for first place. Should they tako
nil three they will go into the lead.
Tuesday tho Stragglers will meet
tho Oahus, Wednesday Bank of Ha
waii will mee the Honolulus, and on
Friday thoro will bo a match between
tho Lactis and the Cosmos. Tho re
mainder of tho schedulo, consisting of
matches between tho Bank of Hawaii
and the Laetls, and Bank of Hawaii
versus Oahu, will bo played tho fol
Two teams, tho Players and tho
Bank of Hawaii, will drop out of tho
leaguo at tho completion of tho first
CHICAGO, February 16. Two
world's records wore changed tonight
in tho opon swimming meet hero un
der tho auspices of tho Illinois Ath
lotlc Club. Kenneth Huszagh of tho
Chicago Athlotlc Association mado
fifty yards in 23 4-5 seconds, while
Harry Hebner of tho Illinois Club im
proved on his own record by going tho
150 yards back stroke In 1:52,
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FIRST DIRECT WORD
(Spoclal Correspondence of the Star.)
SAN FHANC1SCO, February 16.
The cabin of tho swimming party
looked liko a Christmas tree when it
was Inspected by tho departing quar
tet. It was Ktorall) piled up with
lols and packages, the latter contain
ing romombrancos from friends left
The eleventh hour correspondence
was principally of a tender nature.
Thore were, however, exhortations to
make a strong stand against tempta
tions of boozo which would bo sure to
be met with in tho company of the
good fellows whom the swimmers
would bo bound to meet.
Gonoves undid a neatly-tled package
and brought to light an opinion. Ho
has not yet found out what the Joke
Duke was very seasick the second
day out, but soon pulled himself to
gether, and thereafter didn't miss a
Both Duke and Zen did training
Dal Fahy has temporarily Joined
"Slim" Gllmore's training camp and
will work regularly with the San Fran
cisco middleweight until the depar
ture of tho S. S. Sierra next Wednes
day. Fahy is rangy and speedy and, more
over, is In tho best of fix just now.
Ho will undoubtedly give Gllmoro use
Gllmore will probably work with
Sailor Clarke next week. Tho sailor
is a bustling, aggresblve boxer who
may be relied on to keep his mnn on
Trior of Camp Very will nlso be a
member of Gllmore's training .italT.
Tho San Franciscan roports good
progress in his condition and states
that ho will bo able to make the stipu
lated weight for do Mello without
Although tho bout for tho 9th has
not yet been advertised thoro Is al
ready a demand for ringside sea to.
NEW YORK, February 15. Jac:c Denning, the crack local middle
weight who recently put a dent In tho roputntlon of tho sensational Mike
Gibbons of St. Paul, will exhibit his skill In France. Donning sailed ro
contly for Paris to tako on Marcel Moroau, tho French champion, in a
twenty-round battlo to bo hold In Parjs late this month. Tho pair met In
Now York on Now Year's Day, and th0 local boy handed out a nlco trim
ming to tho Parisian. Moroau claimed that tho climate affected him and
packed up his duds and sailed for hemo on tho next stoamor. His backers
say thoy will bet anything up trom a frog's leg to 5000 francs ngalnat
Donning. As the Now Yorker Is ono 0f tb0 best two-handed lighters In
tho gamo today, ho should make a great hit abroad.
By H. M.
stunts on deck on the trip un. tho
exerclso being principally of a Mara-
The captain s dinner was an oniov-
able affair, the tablo of tho swimmors
bolng decornted with lols.
When Frisco was reached both
swlmmqrs looked and felt flno, and
were undoubtedly benefited by the
Mr. Pioxotto, the A. A. U.'s big
chief, gavo tho party cards of Intro
duction on their arrival, to Mr.
Humphreys of tho Olympic Club, who
extended tho privileges of tho club
to tho visitors. Dinner was taken ut
tho club and many newspapor men
and prominent sportsmen met.
On February 16 the party left for
the East by tho Overland Limited,
pulling out of San Francisco nt 10:20
Mr. Gay, Norman Watklns and
Arthur Armltago gavo tho party the
glad hand on their arrival at the
Pxy for the Roedcror irolf tronliv
'took place yesterday on tho Country
' T. Gill was hltrh mnn.
J There will bo other competitions for
tho cup in April and June.
Scores: " "
T. Gill, S up; James Greig, lup; W.
Woon, 1 down; S. G. Wilder, 2 down;
James F. Fenwick, 2 down; F. W.
Klebahn, 2 down; O. L. Sorenson, 3
down; J. D. Mclncrny, 3 down; A. F.
Ewart, 3 down; John Gait, 4 down;
F. H. Armstrong, 5 down; C. P. llorao,
5 down; C. S. Weight, 6 down; W.
Simpson. 6 down; H. B. Sinclair, 7
down; W. L. Stanley, 8 down; C. G.
Owen, 8 down; M. A. Robinson, 9
down; R. A. Jordan, !) down; J. O.
Young, It down;V. H. Mclncrny, 14
down; J. J. Bcloer, 14 down; C. G.
Bockus, 15 down; C. A. Stoble, 18
down; H. H. Walker, no return; F. L.
Wa'dron, no return; H. Focko, no re
turn; Joseph Andrnde, no return.
THE HAWAJIAH STAR. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2ft, 1912. XHRiw
Tho sonlor olnss won tho McKlnley
High School athletic meet held at the
Boys' Field on Saturday.
Tho scoros were: Seniors, b0;
sophomores, 20; Juniors, 10; fresh
100-yard dnsh First heat, Esmond
Parkor, '12, first; Giro, '13, second;
tlmo, 10 4-5. Second heat, Chnrlos Loo,
13, first; B. Illce, '15, second; time,
10 3-5. Final, Pnrker, "12, first; Lee,
'13, second; Giro, '13, third; .time,
12-pound shot put Silva, '14, lirst;
38 feet 2 Inches; Brash, '15, second,
38 feet; Yap, '13, third, 36 feet 1
One-mile race Dwight, '13, jirsi;
White, '15, second; Bolte, 'IV third;
16-pound hammer throw Suva, '14,
first, 70 feet 3 Inches; Parker, '12, sec
ond, 70 feet 2 Inches; Brash, 'IB, third,
59 feot S inches.
220-yard dash First heat. Hirana
ka, '12, first; Lee, '13, second; time,
25 1-5. Second heat, Rosa, ''.', llrst;
Rico, '15, second; time, 24 1-5. Final,
Hlrnnaka, '12, first; Rosa, '12, second;
Lee, '13, third. Time, 25.
Running high Jump Parker, '12,
llrst; Slber, '14, second; Wlcko, '14,
third; height, 4 feet 8 Inches.
Miss Hazel Hotchklss of California,
women's tennis champion of tho Unit
ed States, has announced her engage
ment to George William Wlghtman, of
Tho English polo team playing at
Burllngame, Cal., defeated the Cali
fornia by 7V4-1. This Is the third
straight win for the Britishers.
The famous Ascot gold cup won by
James R. Keeno's racer Foxhall, In
1S82, Is supposed to have been lost In
tho Equitable fire.
Tho Olympic Club baseball team of
San Francisco defeated the Univers
ity of California nine, 11-0.
Jack Johnson, Jim Flynn and Jack
Curloy, a club promoter of Chicago,
have posted $20,000 worth of forfeits
and tho championship match for next
July scorns to be a certainty.
The Pacific Athletic Association
will hold a great Indoor athletic meet
on February 25 in San Francisco. Ath
letes from all over tho coast will com
pete SAN FRANCISCO, FoLruary 17.
Walter Pomcroy, the Olympic Club
distance swimmer and present holder
of tho Paclllc Athletic Association
half mile championship, yesterday ac
cepted tho challenge Issued by the Ha
waiian swimmers on behalf of their
distance champion, Vincent Genoves,
who is ryt speeding on his way to
tho national championships at Pitts
burg and Chicago.
Pomcroy noticed the challenge in
tho Call yesterday morning and
quickly sin wed up at tho Call olllce
ready to ucct-j I tho defy. Tho well
known local swimmer stated that It
either the Olympic Club, the Y. M. C.
A. or any other responsible, organiza
tion would promote a swimming meet
undor P. A. A. sanction and include a
match race between himself and Gen
oves, ho would gladly moot the Island !
champion on the latter's return from'
the East. j
Pomoroy was In a very amiable'
frame of miud and was so enthusod
over the prospect that ho went so far 1
as to any he would allow his opponent!
to name the distance at a ,half mile j
or more, and also that Genoves can
have tho preforencc of a tank or an1
open race. j
A raco between thoEo men would ,
bo a big strugglo, and while Pom
eroy's times are hotter over the half!
mile courso than tho Hawaiian's, it;
must bo romombor that tho local mnn
has dono all his evonts in n tank,
while tho island chnmpion Is used to
swimming In opon water. Tho turns
in n swimming raco at nil tlmos aro
conduclvo to bettor times than a
strnlghtaway. Pomoroy Imb done ills
half mllo in 12 minutos 58 seconds, as
against Genoves' 13 minutos 36 2-D
Duko Kahannmoku Is duo to swim
in Chicago on Wednesday.
GE O 5
440-yard dash Rico, '16, llrst; Ynp,
'13, second; Stlckney, '12, third; tlmo.
110-yard hurdles First heat, Par
kor, '12, llrst; Ping Koiitc. '14, second;
time, 16 1-6. Second heat, Aldrich, '12,
llrst; Sllva, '11, second; time, 10 3-fiv
Third boat Won, '15, first: Giro, '13,
second; time, 17. Final, Parker. '12,
first; Wong "15, second; Ping Kong,
'14, third; time, 14 4-5.
Polo vault Rosa, '12, llrst; Silva,
'14, second; Wlcko, '11, third; height,
S feet 4 Inches.
880-yard dash Dwight, '13, flist;
Rosa, '12, second: Stlckney, '12, third;
time, 2:23 4-5.
Broad Jump Parkor, '12, llrst. 18
feet 11 inches; Hiranaka, '12, second,
17 feet; Rosa, '12, third, 16 feet 11
Hair-mlle relay Won by senior
team composed of Parkor, Rosa, Hir
anaka and Ichiro.
Tho prizes wero presented by Adele
Wlcko, senior; Virginia McCarthy,
junior; Anna Robison, sophomore;
Abbe Bromley, freshman.
Olliclala A. E. Larimer, clerk of
tho course; C. Llttlojohn, starter:
Will Inmnn; Malros and A. Desha,
Held judges; Henry Dyson, announc
er; P. N. Folsom referee; Lai Tin,
Foo Knu and J. Gait, track Judges;
Sherwood and Gilchrist, timers.
FROM THE FILES
Harry Trendall and Young Saylor
fought an eight-round draw.
Jack (Twin) Sullivan fought a ton
round draw with Howard Morrow.
Clarence Ferns knocked out Dave
DeBhler In the ninth round.
Herb White' defeated Tommy He
Furland in four rounds.
Gunboat Smith and Charlie Horn
fought a four-round draw.
Kufus Turner won from Abe Label.
Cyclone Johnny Thompson knocked
out Jack Lester in tho twentieth
round. Lester was leading on points
when ho received the knockout blow.
Coulon got a twenty-round decision
over Frankle Hums of Jersey City.
Wolgast is back In vau.lcville.
Zbyszco defeated Ordmann in two
Dr. Roller defeated Karla, tho Hin
doo, In two straight falls.
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Basketball Colorado, 16; Oahus, 12.
Colorado Woodward-Earl, center;
Ackorman, McCoy, Lahoiserre, for
wards; Connor, Karl, Woodward,
guards. Oahu Nottage, center; Cotr
troll, Humme, forwards; Forgey, Gil
Baseball Colorado, 0; All-Chlnose,
1. Score by Innings:
Runs u 0000100 0 1
Hits 0 1010200 41
Runs 0 0005010 0
Hits 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 5
Summary Throe-base hit, Slebol;
t,wo-baso hits, Kau Yen, Pcttus, Sle
bol; sccriflco hits, Scully, Gray, Wors
ter, Asam; loft on bases, All-Chlnosc
5 Colorado 4; first base on errors, AH
Chlnoso 0, Colorado 7; double play,
by Apau-Asani, Akana; hit by pitch
er, Ayau; 6truck out, by Honnlng 12,
by Apau 3; bases on called balls; off
Honnlng 1, oft Apau 2. Umpire, Chill
ingworth. Scorer, Raposo. Tlmo ot
game, 1 hours 21 minutes.
Tho Colorados have now won the
cup offered for tho host two games
out of threo with tho All-Chinese.
Tho regular Halolwa monthly tour
nnmont wag won yosterdny by Judgo
A. S. Mohaulu. His eighteen holes In
tho morning woro negotiated in 85,
and in the nftemoon 18 In 80.
Soldlor King gavo Sailor Dlumon
thai fifty ynrds start In a mllo and a
boating, nt tho Athlotlc Park yester
day. Tlmo, 5:08.
Soldlor King accepts the challongo
of Tony do Mollo and Munuol Cnbrnl
for a ton-mllo relay raco. Tho raco
will probably tako plnco noxt Sunday.
At Halolwa yesterday F. J. Kollly,
SPO T I T
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We want you to try Crtiifc Oil Salrri
treatment it your hair is falling. One
trentmont stops It. Jeffs Barber Shop.
To buy shares of Mountain King
Mining & Milling Co. state lowest
offer "Investment", Star office.
Apply at the Star office, Bethel
A first-class harbor is wanted at the
Model Sanltury Barber Shop.
By oxporlenced chauffeur, expert re
pair mnn. Address, "Auto," 1112
Beautiful residence, 1071 Beretanla
avo. Furnished If desired. Half acre
lot, royal palms, etc. Inspection In
vited. res as a whole or in part,'
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Five hydraulic barber ctoalrs for
sale. Apply Pacheco'e Bhrber Shop.
Cocoanut plants tor sale. Samoan
variety. Apply A. D. Hills, Llhue,
A first-class second-hand Instrument
for cash or on easy terms. Address
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Bargains in Real Estate, on sea
shore, plains and hills. Telephone
1602. "Pratt" 101 Stangenwald Build-
Suite of threo rooms, handsomely
furnished; suitable for married cou
ple. 1381 Beretanla avenue.
On Alewa Heights, a neat six-room
bungalow, with all tho latest modern
Improvements. A health resort, with
a full view of city and harbor. For
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BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, tui
ana exchanged. Bargains In musical
Instruments, j. Carlo, Fort St.
Hawaiian Drug Company, Ltd., 12
Hotel street. Phono 3316. Barber
supplies, toilet articles, photographic
supplies', etc. Phone orders rccelvo
Honolulu Athletic Park
Under tho Auspices of the
HONOLULU JAPANESE BICYCLE
ON SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1912
Commencing at 1:00 p. m.
Center Grand Stand 50c
Wings Grand Stand 35c'
Genoral Admission 25c
Children I0o 1
the coast professional, partnered by
George Angus, defeated Harold Glf
fard and Alex. Boll, the Country Club
pro, In a best ball foursome played
over thq Halolwa course, the. score
bolng 1 up and 1 to play.
Tho men played for a purse pre
sented by the management of tho '
Halolwa Hotel. A largo number of i
enthusaists witnessed the play.
Tho lnterscholnBtlc track meet be
tween U'o Kama and Oahu College
tnkos placo this afternoon at tho
Hoys' Flold. Tho meet starts at 2:30.
NEW YORK", February 19. Owen
Moran, tho English lightweight, com
pletely outclassed Joo Bedell ot Brook
lyn in a ton-round bout in Drooklyn
tonight. Moran practically knocked
out Ills opponent In tho ninth, but nt
tho count of eight tho boll rang, sav
ing tho Brooklyn man. Ho was re
vived nnd toed tho mark In tho tenth
and fought gnmoly, bolng knocked
down for the count of nine in tho last
In tho sixth round Moran bognn to
hnmmor His opponent hard, and tho
effect of the blows was plainly soon.
The flghlors' wo'gbts wore announced
as, Doiloll 140, Moran 133.
Soo "Polorous Jack" end Maori,
Opera House, Tuesday night.
Thoro no fool Ilko a bold fool.
Nttuanu I-ro-ha auto stand. Two Mx
seat Cadillac ears. Lowest rati.
Phone 8186. Beretanla near Nuuazm.
Cadillac Car 1912 and Stven-Dur
yea. Umpire auto stand. Phone U13.
Chauffeurs, W. Ueiiford, C A Ciullek.
CABINET MAKER. "
"Little. ' John Itodrlguet, cabinet
maker. Picture framing and furni
ture tt pairing. Stringed Instruments
I repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
LACES AND FANCY WORK. "
Salvo's lace store. Irish, ClunoJ
and Armenian laces and various othej
European fancy goods. Fort St, neej
The Pioneer, corner Beretanla and
Fort Sts. Phone 3125. Clothes cleaned
pressed nnd dyed. Work callod fs
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carries a complete line of bats, shoes.
hosiery, neckwear, collars, etc. New
goods on every steamer.
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Rooms and board. Large ground
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Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Flllptaa
help. 1039 Bethel Street, Tel. 3871.
Subscribers not receiving the Ha-
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confer a favor by telephoning 2365.
Honolulu Vulcanizing Works on
Alakea street Is now prepared to
make repair to any size tiro for any
vehicle. Prices r asonable nnd quick
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