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Till". HAWAIIAN STAU. THURSDAY. MAY .10. 1912.
Young Nelson is
Getting in Shape
To Re-Enter Ring
Kddio Fernandez Is looking up his one ot his weight her provided there
film supply with an eye to talking mOv- Is enough money in It.
. L . l u J Nckon put on the gloves with do
ing pictures ot the tooxlng matches at " i v " b ,rAnv
, Mello at Camp Very yesterday after-
1ho Athletic Park on Saturday after- no(m and mUch of h,B old
noon. Such pictures would bo popu- cievcrneBS jn two rounds which he box
lar on the other islands and would oa witn the Hllo champion,
be the llrst of their kind ever taken' Do Mello also boxed with Conductor
in thtwo Islands. I Williams and "Plug" Milne.
The work of constructing' tho ring1 At The Orpheum.
will continue all night. The platform1 The ntago at the Orpheum was wejl
will be raised from the ground and filled last night when George Inglo
will be in full view of every occupant stepped out for his cxe'rclse.
of tho grandBtand. Kid Kerrigan went two rounds and
Tickets which have been booked will Caplcs three with the San Francisco
be held up to 2 p. m. on Saturday boy. Ingle was in good form and his
after which hour they will be put In
the box and sold.
All is well with the eight boxers
who are scheduled to appear and every
bout should be well contested.
Fortunately there is but little bet
ting on boxing matches In Honolulu
but In the few small wagers which
have been made Ingle appears to be a
i ' . ' t . 1 c
snacDO .ine lavonic over ue juuiivr.
Caples and Bauersocks are conceded'
to be an even break and the jamo re
mark applies to the Young Gans-Morl-arty
Yamogata Is a practically unknown
quantity hero and It Is Impossible to
draw a comparison between him and
A feature of the work-outs yester
day was tho reappearance of Young
Nelson. Ho went Into retirement
several years ago with a good record
and wag a drawing-card when ho quit
Nelson has put on weight in the in
terval but could probably make 133
pounds nicely. He intends to get Into
shape and says that he will meet any
work pleased the onlookers greatly
Ingle has come on wonderfully since
he went to tho Coast and should put
up a great battle against do Mello.
The two Milne brothers boxed four
rovmd.3 after Inglo had got through
and wore very earnest In their work.
"Plug" showed up unexpectedly well
against the lightweight champion of
Hilo and his work against Yamogata
on Saturday will bo watched with in
Johnny McCarthy topped oft
evening with an exhibition of fancy
rope-skipping. Johnny is swimming
every day and is keeping In very fair
Rhano. Yesterday he weighed 143
Young Gans is not boxing this week
His work In confined to punching tho
bag, calisthenics and running. He
says that he Is in perfect trim and that
he does not care to risk hurting his
hands in a practice bout,
Do Mello will work at Camp Very
as usual this afternoon. Inglo will
train at tho Orpheum this afternoon at
2.30 instead of at 7.30 on account of
the day being a holiday.
The Hoys' Clubs have organized a
baseball league and a scries of games
will commence at once.
There are two divisions in tho
league, senior and Junior. Tho se
niors will be boys of over 15 and tner
Junior class will include boys be
tween tho ages ot 12 and 15.
The games of the league will be
played at the Boys' Field, the Junior
carries starting at 2 p. m. and tho
senior games at 4 p. m.
Two games will bo played at Atkin
son Park In order to accommodate
the Kakaako teams which use this
diamond for practice.
Tho schedule of games is as fol
Kakaako versus Kauluwela (S).
Palama versus Bcrctanla (J)
June 8: '
Bcrctanla versus Kakaako (S).
Palama versus Kauluwela (J)
Palama versus Kauluwela (S)
Kakaako versus Beretanla (J)
Palama versus Beretanla (S)
Kakaako versus Kauluwela (J)
Palama versus Kakaako (S)
Beretanla versus Kauluwela (J)
Beretanla versus Kauluwela (S)
Palama versus Kakaako (J)
Young Gans the local lightweight The following unique invitation
boxer, who is matched to box six being circulated around town:
rounds with Morlarty of Scholleld Bar- Headquarters of the A. C. of B.
racks at tho Athletic Park on Satur- and p.
Reviewed By a
By JOHN M. GILES. of the form ho Bhowed when ho last
Boxing In Honolulu has taken a new met Marino Fink there will certainly
Two mora passengers for round-the-Island
tour. Auto Livery. Phono
For now machines and quick serv
ico try Oahu Auto Stand. Phono 3848.
Nuuanu I-ro-hn auto stand. Two six
seat Cadillac cars. Lowest rates
Phono 3196. Beretanla near Nuuanu.
lease of life or late and, from present
Indications, Is likely to grow bettor.
I'Ynme-upa have been conspicuous by
their absence and th fans have al
ways had a good run for tholr money.
Now comes the announcement that
Instead, of having the scraps pulled
off In a stuffy hall they will bo staged
in the open at tho Athletic Park.
Likewise the prices have been reduc
ed so that no ono has any kick coming.
In staging his card in the open air
the promoter Is following a custom
that has como In during tho last
lew years, and which acorns to bo
finding favor with everyone concern
ed. In tho first place It glvos the
men a better chance of lasting
through a long Journey. Fighting In
bo something doing when ho meets
Caples In tho six-round preliminary.
Beth men are fighters In every scnBo
of tho word. Caples goes at It from
the first tap of tho gong until some
thing happens. It Is a pity that ho
could not hold back a little hut tho
whirlwind method seems to appeal to
him most "Socks," as he is better
known among the fans, knows a lit
tle more about ring science and is
better able to protect himself but at
the same time it is safe to predict,
that after he has taken a few of
those left and right smashes from
Caples he will bo seeing red and tor-
getting tactics. It Is just at this
stage that the fans are going to see
something worth seeing.
I doubt It the fight will last the six
rounds, expecting It rather to finish
a hall whore the air is thick with
lung-cutting tobacco smoko and where; somewhere in the neighborhood
there is no chance of getting a lung-' t"o fourth, for tho pace will ho
tracKcr. seeing mat bocks
Royal Hawaiian Gurago, most up-to-dato
In town. Experienced chauf
feurs. Telephone 1910.
Trips around Island $4.76 a person.
Spoclal rato. City Auto Stand, Phono
36G4 or 117.
Nov six-cylinder Packard for rent
B. M. Wood, Young Ante BUnd.
Honolulu Auto Stand. Phone 2999.
Best rent cars. Reasonable ratea.
First Class Milliner, white preferred.
Must b' experienced. Apply Hon Ton
lint Shop. Club Stables Block.
A first class all-round machinist,
sober and steady. None other. Apply
Furnished rooms, mosquito toof.
electric lights, hot and cold bath, cen
trally located. Moderate prises. 131
Two rooms suitable for housekeep
ing. 73 South Beretanla St Phono
Bright boys are wanted to earn
tho Star. Good wages. Apply Star
business office, 125-131 Merchant
The Beretanla Tennis Club will
hold an Invitation singles tournament
on June 13, 14 and 15. Tnero wui
bo no entrance too and entries may
bo made to John Macaulay, Bishop
& Co., on or before June 1? at 4
There will be no cruise of the Ha
waii Yacht Club to Walanae today
and tomorrow as originally schedul
ed. The first raco of tho local yachtln?
season will take place on June- 9, and
will be for the Irwin cup.
Last night at the Y. M. C. A. tho
Central Grammar School basketball
day afternoon, has a record of nineteen a special meeting of the Amalgamat- team defeated tho Oahu College team
fights here and elsewhere. 1 0& Conglomeration of Bonehcadod
Of the. battles he has won 14, Sj0jjS and xyg nas Deen called for
drawn one and lost four. Ho has , nnrnoae of considering tho annll-
seven knockouts to his -eredlt
His record: t
.TrJce Sherman, K., three rounds.
Charley Smith, K., five rounds.
Charley Smith, W.F three rounds.
Frank Van Getaen, W., four rounds.
Frank Van Getoen, W Tour rounds.
Willi Vlerra, W., four rounds.
Supe Kupa, K three rounds.
Frank Johnson, K., two rounds.
Griff Jones, W., eighteen rounds.
Charley Raff, W., two rounds.
Young Nelson, L., two rounds.
Kid Cabral, L., four round.-.
Kid Cabral, L., six rounds.
Kid Cabral D six rounds.
Bobby Johnson, K three rounds.
Gubler Sarconl, W., four rounds.
Bugler Sarconl, L., five rounds.
Soldier Copeland, K., one round.
Young Prince. K., two rounds.
Tho bout."? with Griff Jones and Char
ley Raff took place In Australia.
cation of Mr. P. S. Woolsey for mem
bership. The clans will foregather at the
"Pake Restaurant," Sun Yin Wo, (13th
floor), on Smith Street, between Pau
17 to 5.
In a game ot basketball played at
the Y. M. C. A. last night th second
team of St. Louis defeated tho sec
ond team of Punahou, 19 to C.
Tomorrow the Oahu College bas-
latal and Hotel streets, on Saturday, ' kctball team will meet the crack Y.
Juno 1st, 1912, at 6 o'clock p. m. M- c- A- tcam
Thn nimllflnriHnnH nf Mr Wnnlnov , -O
... .1 On TiionHnv next the Central
as a full-rigged, unadulterated and
, 1 Grammar basketball team will play
i .i , . . . i tho first game of tho second series of
as to Insure his unanimous election.!1"0 1 UL
Honolulu, May 27th, 1912.
L. Y. AHOO,
Presiding Grand Dub.
CHESTER A. DOYLE,
Past Grand Dub and Exalted Slob.
N. B. T. W. B. C. S.
(Meaning "Thero will be Chop Suoy.")
tho Y. M.
C. tournament with tho
HI YAH I
SYRACUSE, New York, May 30.
The Chinese Athletic Club ot Honolulu
was defeated' hero yesterday in a game
of baseball played with Syracuso Uni
versity, tho score being 15 to 5 in favor
of the university team.
According to a report received bore
the Chinese nine recently played a
fifteon-lnnlng gamo with the George
town University nlno, losing C-5.
The Chinese baseball players start
their homoward trip from the East on
Hockey Is being vigorously played
by tho Oahu College girls.
Tho Y. M. C. A. bowling alloys will
he opened to ladles tomorrow night
following tho basketball gamo. b'e-
M. C. A.
The baseball at tho Athletic Paik
this afternoon will start at 1:30 when
tho J. A. C. Jrs. will cross bats wfth
At 3:30 tho Walanaes, champions
nf the Plantation League, and tho J,
A. C. will try conclusions.
Both games look llko being good
ones and a largo crowd Is expected i dinner Is served Sunday evening. An . cstcd in tho arrival horo of Professor
Inexpensive trip with lots of plerwiro, Walte, who finished a forty-year pro
thrown In. ' "1 "JTW" 5pSVR fessorshlp at Cornell University a
full ot fresh air, Is a cruel proposl
tion. In a twcnty-roiind go tlu men
never have a fair chance. Looking
at it from"tho spectator's point of
view the idea Is also ono that ap
peals. About De Mello.
On paper tho card that Is billed for
Saturday afternoon promises to pro
duce some lively scrapping and is ono
of the best, If not the best, balanced
that has been put on here. Tlic men
have been In hard training at various
camps and many of tne rans nave
availed themselves of an opportunity
to size up tho points for and agMnst
the various contestants.
"Uncle" Ben de Mello has been
working at Camp Very and has found
no dearth of sparring partners. There
are several things in Ben's favor and
ono of them is his hardiness. No
matter how hard he is pasted ho still
bobs up smiling for tho next bouquet
He has a good swinging hit but
docs not strike mo as having enough
ot the straight-hitting powers. A i
swing Is all very well In Us place and
pleases the gallery but It does not do
the damage a straight Jolt from tho
shoulder does. Still Ben has a way of
boring into his man and using tho
halt arm Jolt, thus making up for
what he loses at long range.
His stance is- a wide ono and ono
that I thinkmhy prov troublesomo
to him when facing a quick follow-on-boy
like Ingle. However, this most
ly depends on the tactics the men
adopt when in the ring. Ben's smoth
er Is good as fan as it goes but bo
leaves himself very open to a kidney
attack. A loworing of tho elbows ever
so little would protect him. TnkinS
him right throughout he looms up as
a hard man to knock out and one who
will give his man plenty of excite
ment over a flftecn-round Journey.
Ingle I consider tho cleverest boy I
have seen In Honolulu. Ho Is well
built and comes to his work llko
lichtnlng. Differing from do Mello
he uses both left and right with tho.O
body weight behind tho hit and is O
lilcolv to lolt Vnclo Bon's Jaw consld-, O
erably. His infighting Is pretty and
while ho does not seem to get much
weight behind his lilts at close quar
terr they come quite hard enough to
cause his man considerable annoy
ance. His foot work Is better than
Ben's and ho'is more likely to get out
been out of the gamo for some time
now I am rather inclined to think tho
fane will hear
nnme announced as the winner. At
the same time tho matching is so
close on Caplos's present showing and
"Socks's" past performances that tho
betting should bo even money.
Tho rest of the boys are training
in private and It has been Impossi
ble '.to get a line on them but from
what has been seen of Young Gans
and Morlarty in the past the scrap
is evenly balanced.
The preliminary between the Jap
anese and Plug Milne 1b an open ques
tlon, as tho Jap Is an unknown quarir
tlty and Milne has never shown much
spirit In the rink so far. It sboild
prove a good bout to warm the at
i m. 2 ft 1 I J if IB
Nicely furnished rooms. All modem
conveniences, $2.50 up. Queen Hotel,
Furnished rooma,-suites wlta an&
without board. The Mctropolc, Ala
WHERE TO EAT.
Home Cooking and a Clean Placa
to Eat. Central Cafe. Opp. Fire Station.
"Tho Sweet Shop" furnishes
rior food at popular prices.
Open all night,
79 Hotel street
Baseball For Sunday
1:80 A8 A HI va. P. A. C.
8:80 HAWAII va. STARS.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
The Argonaut Room witn or with
out board. Terms reasonable. Phona
1308. C27 Beretanla avenue.
One ot the finest Havana cigars tha
world over. Fitzpatrick Bros., agents.
Diamonds and Jewelry Dought sold
and exchanged. Bargains In musical
Instruments. J. Carlo, Fort street.
Cocoanut plants for sale. Bamoan
variety. Apply A. D. Hills, Llhua
Five hydraulic barber chairs roe
ale. Apply Pacheco's B arbor Shop.
House and lot, corner Kalmual and
Seventh Avenue. Nowly built, excel
lent marine view. $200.00 cash, bal
ance on monthly installment of 130.
A snap. Apply H. Rosenborg. ,
THE HALEIWA MOON
The moon Is Just past full and tho; tween tho Punahou and Y,
attractions at Hnlelwa In tho scenic
lino multiplied. The weok end may
bo spent there at a co- of $6.50, pay
ing all expenses, the passengers leav
ing tho city at 3.20 P. M. returning
Sunday evening, by tho limited, arriv
ing In Honolulu at 10.10 P. M. There. NOTABLE COtLEGE
In trnt. tnnnla nnil liathintr for the PROFESSOR HERE
cuests to Indulco In nnd a fine chicken Old Cornell students will bo Inter
Window envelopes at Hawaiian Star
ofllco. No addressing necessary In
sending out bills, etc.
to bo present.
Tho lineup of tho Walanao and J.
A. C. tenms Is ns follows:
Walanae J. Lopes, 2b; F. Lopes,
rf; M. Plata, as; J. J. Moyor, 3b;
O. Moyor, p; A. M. Simpson, c; M,
Rodrigues, lb; M. Moses, if; W. F.
Bush, cf. Subs: F. Moyor, Kale!.
J. A. C. Sr. Chllllngworth, ss; Ku
nlli, cf; Hampton, If; Mnrkhnm, 3b;
Franco, 2b; Bruns, lb; Notley, rf;
Drlto, cj Modolros, p. Subs. Fraga.
A MATTER OF COMMON INTEREST
How to euro a cold Is a question In
which many aro Interested Just now.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has won
Its groat reputation and lmmonso salo
by Us rcmarkabto euros of cold. It
can always bo depended upon. For
ealo by all doalors. Bensbn, Smith &
Co., Agents for Hawaii.
year or two ago and has boon travel
ing since with Mrs. Walte, Thoy aro
at the Moana Hotol whoro they will
stay until somo time noxt month. Pro
fessor Walte was ono of tlio original
faculty of Cornell nnd has now 10
tired. During his actlvo Incumbency
ho was an assoclnto thoro of Prosl
dont Gllmoro, ot tho Collogo of Ha
of harm's way than his stocky op-t
At tho samo time he has ono open-.
lng that Is likely to prove his down
fall If do Mello makes use of his
opportunities. Inglo has a way ot
smothering up and at the same tlmoj
half turning his left shoulder to an)
opponent By doing this bo puts his
kidneys Just whero thoy can bo lilt,
and right In the way of ono of Ben's
swings. ( I
Taking Into consideration tho tac
tics nnd condition of tho men I am
rather inclined to think that tho Hot
oreo will bo holding up tho hand be
when tho decision is given. At tho
samo time I do not think this honor
will bo gained without strenuous
work and a mighty good Bcrnp.
If Bauorsocks has retained anything
May 30 Stars vs. J. A. C. Jr., O
Waicnao va. J. A. C, Athletic O
Park, p. m. O
Juno 2. Asahi vs. P. A. C, O
1:30; Hawaii vs. Stars, 3:30; O
Athletic Park. O
May 29. Hawaiian Gun Club O
weekly shoot, Kakaako traps. O
June 1 George Inglo vs. Ben O
do Mollo, 15 rounds. Athletic O
Park, 4. p. m. O
June 11. Halolwa running, O
walking and cycling races. O
Juno 11. A. A. U. swimming O
Juno 11. Karachameha O
Aquatic Club annual regatta, O
July 4. Maul meeting. O
July 3-4. Hllo meeting. O
May 29-30. Hawaii Yacht O
Club's season opens with crulso O
to Walanae. O
June 2. Honolulu Yacht O
Club's crulso to Pearl Harbor O
and regatta. O
Juno 11. Transpacific raco O
stirts from San Pedro. O
July 2. Maul Cup race. O
May 27-Juno 1. Y, M. C. A. O
chess tournament O
Juno 3. Mld-Paclflc Motorcy. O
clo Club; 1121 Nuuanu avenue, O
Juno 13-15. Beretanla Club's
Reserved seats tor center of grand
stand and wings can be booked at E.
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Department,
(entrance King street) up to one p.
m., after one p. m., at M. A. Uunst
& Co., King and Fort
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c.
139 Merchant Street
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, AT 4 P.
15 Rounds 15
For Pocket Map of Honolulu go to
A. B. Arlclgh & Co., Hotel street 35c.
W. C. Luke--watchmaker and Jew
eler. Repairing. 1022 Nuuanu street
DR. A. J. DERBY.
Boston Building. Hours 9 until 4.
Bargains in Real Estate, on Ma
shore, plains and hills. Telophna
1682. "Pratt" 101 StangonwUd Building.
LACES AND FANCY WORK.
Salvo's lact store. Irish, Cluney,
and Armenian laces and various other
European fancy goods. Fort St near
GANS vs. MORIARTY
YAMOGATA vs. MltNE
CAPLES vs. BAUERSOCK
Ringside Seats, $2. Reserved 8eats,
$1.00, 75c. Covered Bleachers, 50c
General Admission, 25c.
Tickets on salo at M. A. Gunst & Co.
4 p. m.
The Pioneer, corner Beretanla and
Fort Sts. Phono 3125. Clothes cleaned.
pressed and dyed. Work called tor
Hawaiian Drug Company, Ltd., 43
Hotel street Phono 3316. Barber
supplies, toilot articles, photographic
supplies, etc. Phono orders receive
Honolulu Vulcanizing Works on Ala
kca street Is now prepared to make
repair to any size Uro for any vehicle.
Prices reasonable and quick dolivery.
"Ginger" Mayno is suffering
an attnek of pneumonia.
It is prohablo that Georgo Dunn,
tho St. Louis pitcher, will join tho
Pain, Maul, team, nftor tho closing
of school this month.
A motorcyclo racing meet will prob
ably bo pulled off In Knplolanl Park
on Juno 12.
CHAMBER IS DISSOLVED
BY A ROYAL DECREE.
BRUSSELS. May 15. Tho Chamber
of Representatives wns dissolved today
by royal docroo anil a gonoral election
convokod for Juno 2.
It Is expectod that tho Llborals will
combine with tho Socialists against
the Clericals, nnd tho fight promises
to be a blttor ono.
The chief demand ot tho Liberals
and Socialists Is for unrestricted sut
frage and obligatory education.
"Llttlo" John Rodrigues, cabinet
maker. Plcturo framing and furniture
repairing. Stringed Instruments re
paired. Miller and Punchbowl.
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A little down and a little each pty'
day will keep you well dressed. The
Model, Fort Street noxt to tho Con-vent
Subscribers not receiving the Ha
waiian Star rogularly or promptly will
confer a favor by telephoning 2365.
Have your hat cleaned for Sunday.
Joseph Roman, Beretanla street near