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EVENING IlULLETtN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. JUNK C. 1968.
Hero It Is!
THE " BOUCHER"
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q p A jy ITI Q Wrestling
Boating O X J V 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
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1908 FOURTH OF JULY 1908
Complete Program for Hilo's Celebration
Friday. July 3rd, !908
9:00 a. r.i. Aquatic Snorts, tinier tiprvis.on of P. O. Bcar.icr.
10:00 a. m. B?t-ball at Mooheau ? .k 12:00 NOON WILD WEST
SHOW AND RACES AT HOOLULU PARK B:C0 p. m. Grand Ball
at the Armory, superintend! by N. C. W Ilfonr.
Saturday, July 4th, 1908
9:00 a. in. Parade, start from Armory; Company D. National
Guard of Hawaii; Hilo Band, under Diiection of Bandmaster Carvalho;
School Children Societies, Eetc., superintended by Captain Fetter.
10:00 a. m. Sports for Children at Mooheau Park, under direction of
E. E, Richards,. 11:00 a. m. Literary Exercises at Mooheau Pavilion;
'Musical Selections by the Hilo band; Invocation by Rev. C. E. Shields;
sinking of "America" by School Children; Oration, by Rev. C. W. Hill.
Declaration of Independence, by Chis. Wcatherbec; Patriotic Song and
Flag Drill, by School Children: Benediction, by Father Lewis. 12:00
Noon Salute of 21 Guns by Company D; Music by the Hilo Band.
1:00 P. M. WILD WEST SHOW AND RACES AT HOOLULU PARK.
ENTRANCES for the 1 1-4 Mile Free-for-All and One Mile Hawoii
an Bred Merchants' Stakes Races, will clcse at Office of the Volcano Sta
bles. 0 P. M. on Monday, June 29th.
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CHAMPIONS WHO WILL
ENTER OLYMPIAN GAMES
In Hie current Issue of the Strain! wait within 32 sec. of the courso rec
Magazine Is glcn n brief sketch !. In 1907 lie was. after much
nf the most prominent athletes ','lm.c"UyJ, Bot ,,nl0 Illlon 'r tho
,,. , , , ,, lloston Marathon race, u 20-mllo
who are likely to travel to hug- jAmcrk.nn ri)iUl xtllrc There ho met
liiml to compete In the 01) niplnn 1 102 United Stntcs and Canadian run
gatnes. At the present lime It Is of ncrH nmi aftcr t0hng them tip with
the very gicatest Interest to every
chsi of reader to know what men
are to lepresent the nations there, n
suhject covered In the lirlef review
of the Strand's elaborate in tide.
As regards the men who will rcp
lesent America In the forthcoming
Olympic (lames, It would he quite
easy to mention the names of several j
who aio likely to put the Stars and
Stripes In Mm place nt Shepherd's
Hush nevt .Inly, hut of nil tlio men'
most llluly to earn winning brackets,
the names of .1. II. Taylor, Halph j
Kojc, Melvln V. Sheppard, and Na
thaniel .1. Cartmcll at once suggest
J. D. Taylor, Spnnter scuton without a defeat.
.1 II. Taylor, who attended the ' AUSTRIA
CVnlinl High and Ilrown Pioparn-' joje gteinbach
lory Schools, Philadelphia, hcfoic, Wcteht-Liftimr Champion '
entering tho Unlcrslty of .I'ennsyl-, ,,)S(.r stelnbnch, who Is at prcs
winln In 19011, Is one of tho fastest Cnt the most distinguished reprcson
iiion In Ameilen nt a quarter of ajutivo of athletics In Austria, is 29
mile, and Is tho only known case of JPnrH f BCi nmi entered upon his
i negro who has tho leg muscles of sporting career In 1898. In the year
a white man and tho sprinter's In- l!)00 Stclnbach gained the champlon
"fP. ship of tho Austrian Athletic Club
Taylor's fastest quarter Is 48 1-5
sec., a time which was equaled by '
the Kngllsh rcnrescntatlve, W. Hals-
t. 11 11..1. - i i ii.l. i
well, In 190G. Tho 1907 A. A. A.
champion, however, took T2 3-. sec.
to complete tho distance; thus, on
this time, Knglnud hhoufd be some
.", l-n sec. to tho bad.
Tho llrltlsh amateur record stands
at 18 1-2. m-c, made by It. C. I Tln
dall In 1889 and tied by 11. C. Urcdin
Mclvin W. Sheppard, Runner
Melvln V. Shoppard Is undoubt
edly the best I miner between halt a
mile nnd two miles that America has
ever produced. Although ho ran
pilor to 1904, It was In that year
that he appeared In the nthlfctlc fir
mament as a star of tho first magni
tude. In 1907 ho ran better than over,
nivnrlni. thn lifilf.i.illn In 1 tn T.ft 9.T. '
sec., at tho Mctiopolltau Chnniplon
ships, 1m. ii8 2-5s., in tho 'Canadian
Unlike tho majority of Americans,
KllptlliMnl flfinu nnt litiv tltiv t,nrllrll. .
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lar attention 10 training, nut Keeps
lilniwlf In condition by running
practically all the year round
Nathaniel 3. Cartmcll, Sprinter
As Nathaniel J, Cartmcll Is only
21 j ears of age, it Is probablo that
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tlCIVI.IIVICOil MU llltn tlllCllllJ UlllU
enough to stamp him as America's
fastest sprinter at thn presont day.
At tho Intercollegiate Championships
held at tho Jamestown Exposition ho
did his best time, covering tho 100
yaids In 9 1-5 bee., tho 220 yards In
21 2-S sec., and tho quarter in til
sec. Cartmcll Is tho captain of tho
nll-conquciing University of I'cnii
syUanla tiuck tcim.
Robert Kcrl, Sprinter '
Canada's hope in tho Olympic
sprints will bo Itohcrt Kerr of Ham
ilton, Ontario, to Is now 25 yearn
of ago, and has been for three
)c,us Canadian champion nt 100
anls and 220 yards. Ho Is now tho
unchallenged Canuck champion nnd
a consistent 10-sec. man. llo was
timed twlco last soason In 9 4-G sec.
Kerr Is a tilllo slow at getting nway,
but ho Ih a very stioug finisher. Ho'
himself Hkcs tho 220 yards dash, and
snH that It Is bis best dislnmc. Ills
best 220 jaids time Is 21 2-!i sec.
Tom Longboat, of tho lilsh-Caua-lliili
Athletic Club, Toronto, the
Onnudag.i Indian who is Caanda's
hope, and probably tho njost fcaicd
man In tho Oljmpli' Marathon, is a
puzzlo to athletic Canada. A year
ago bo waB unknown. On Thanks
giving Day, 190G, n long, gaunt red
skin, clad In a grotesquely barred
bathing suit, flashed homo In front
of a Hold of thirty of tho best dis
tance runners on tho American con
tinent, In tho Hamilton Herald's An
nual Aiound-the-llay Road Rnto at
Hamilton, Ontailo, and nt onco leap
ed Into tho limelight. Longboat,
whoso Indian name Is Sog-wa-ger,
coored tho 19 miles 1HS jnrds couiso
In lh. 19m. 20s, Ho was a 100-tn-l
shot In tho betting, and tho very fact
that an obscure Indian with practi
cally no training won the Canadian
mail i nulling classic madn the couu
tiy sll up mitl take notice. Ills tlmo
hot clln In tnu llrst IS miles, wuv-
ed them n laughing farewell, went
on, and won all atone, doing tho 2f
miles in Hit. 24m. 21s. lie won by
nearly a mile, breaking tho record
by 4m. 49 2-r,B. This wonderful
race, made the redskin famous, nnd
all Inst season his career was one
line of unbroken victory.
Charles Skene, Walking Champ
Charles Skene, better known as
"Chuck" Skene, the, Canadlnn walk
ing chnniplon, Is n tall youth of 22
)oam Ho weighs 1G2 pounds in con
dition. Ho has walked and won fif
teen or sixteen rates In three years.
IlIIU IMBl HCUHUU III' Willi lilt! UlllllllUH i
Championship and wenfthrough tho
Union. In 1902 thn Chnintiionshlii of
Austria-Hungary, nnd In 1D04 tho
world's cKnmplonshlp In lifting tho
Jardin, Standing Jump
Although Jardin began his sport
ing rarrerfby running, ho tried all
forms of siKrt heforo devoting him
self to the, long standing jump. Ho
gnvo himself up entirely to It, follow
ing scrupulously the ancient meth
ods. Ills victories have been many.
Raeueneau, Lone-Distance Runner
When one sees Hngueneau one won
ders that a man of this stamp should
give tho proofs of endurance that ho
has done. This little Lyonncso (ho
was born in Lyons In 1881) is an un
tiring runner, who retains nil his
powers, hot by skilful training, bat
by natural faculties, lie gained tho
cross-country championships In 1901,
1902, 1903, 1904, 190S, and 190G.
llo was alto the victor in the Inter
national "rross," contested In Paris
In 190G nnd 1907. defeating Pcarco
hotly contested event at Glas
gow, ono of Ilagucncau s peculiar!
tw , ,llt wlintovcr flltlguc8 ho lnay
undergo, ho Is always In form. At a
boxing match held In Paris (Adlo
Gaucher against Moreau) ho remain
ed the whole night with J. Mortanc,
thp Mcnt of th0 ..open-AIr Life."
but this did not prevent him from re
fill nlng on foot to his lodgings at
la break In order to get ready for
running a few hours later. And
what Is most remarkable, ho won tho
I race against adversaries who weie
In cxi nllcnt" form.
Leon Dupont, High-Jumping Champ
, Leon Dupont, bon of tho famous
fencing master of that name in llrus-
scls. Is 2T, years of age and Is an all
round spoi tsman. Kor four years ho
has been training for tho high Jump,
with or without stnrt. Without
stmt ho baa cleared C feot 1-2 Inch.
At Paris and Rnubaix ho attained,
with stmt, r, feet 8 3-1 Inches. Quito
rciently, when training, ho cleared
o feet 10 2-4 Inches.
Jean Konino, Runner
.lean Koutngs is llelglun champion
for 100 mctics (JuBt over 109 yaids)
He slatted his career as a sprinter
In I'jur,, nnd wns noted nt onto as ;n
splendid lightweight racer, llo won '
numerous events all ovor llclglum, '
Holland, Germany, and Dig Noith
of Frame, in 1900 ho stnrtcd train
lug Kcilously, and (had many sue-
F. FAYAERTS, Swimmer
I''. Kayacrts is captain of tho wa
tci-pnio team of ilrussols unci
longj to the Ccrclo du llnln Itoyal at
Brussels. Ho llrst commenced swim
ming in earnest III 1891, ono of his
vlcloilcs being tho 400 metres (Justr
over 137 yards) ut Antwerp.
tends tn tako hlb team of w.itcr-polu-
ists to tho dames in London.
Johannes Run;;e, Runner
Hy pinfesslon Mr, llungo Is a
schoolinastor, nnd Is (lormnny's best
i miner for medium distances. He wns
sent by tho Government to the Olym
pian Cnmcs at St. Louis In 1904, mid
to Athens In 190G. At tho former I
place ho won the 800 yards handicap
Willi in viinlH btart, his time being'
lui ns 2-ris. In the woild's chain-
plonRhlp over 800 luetics (about 871
jards) Ruirgc, however, was only
fifth. In Athens, In 190C, llungo
had no success nt nil. In Germany
Itself ho I'tia not his equal.
Hialmar Saxtornh, Swimmer
Irjalmar S.ixtorpfi, Danish one
mile champion, nnd holding the 100
metro (Just over 109 yards) Danish
record, Is an enthusiastic swimmer,
who for several years has gono In for
winter swimming In the sea. llo
competed at the OI)inplc (James In
Athens, and, although ho was not
then In tho first flight, ho was In
front nf tho Swedish swimmers. I. Ike
n number of Danish sportsmen, Mr.
Saxtorph Is not a total abstainer, but
n pronounced tempcrnnco man.
Robert Andersson, Swimmer,
Itobcit Andersson, who has chosen
a sport very popular In Sweden for
what may bo called his leading spc
clalty, namely, swimming, won his
first prize flvo years ago. Threo
years, however, wero allowed to pass
before he secured, his first champion
ship, but those of 1000 (100 metres,
Just over 109 yards, and R00 metres,
nearly C47 yards) were duly followed
up the next year by tho 100, 500,
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Mr. Andersson also holds several rec
ords over similar distances, beside,
amongst other prizes, the llrst for tho
1,000-iuctro nt tho International
match nt Hclslngfors, Finland, In
Band And Baseball At
Aala Park Diamond
Tho band will bo part of the en
tertainment at tho Aala Park base
ball games tomorrow aftcrnoon.Thero
will bo two games, the first a scrap
between tho Chinese Alohas and tho
Kaalas and tho second a fight bcJ
iwcon tno Nippons ami tno unineso
A. C. Tho first gamo will Btart
promptly at 1:30 p. m.
Although tho Chinese Alohas aro
at tho tall-end of tho league, tho
Kaalas will not tako any chances on
them and Captuln N K. Hoopll has
got his boys under somo hard prac
tice the past week. Ho stated that
all of them are In good shape and he
has no doubt that tho Alohas will be
defeated. Pitcher Mcdelros will do
the-twirling work and Southpaw Ma
kanul at tho receiving end. Tho Chi
nese Alohas are not )ct decided as
to who will pitch, but Ho Yup, who
Is tho only pitcher who over won a
game for tho Alohas this year, may
tako tho box. Yup Is a good twlrler
jet, notwithstanding his injured
arm. Urlto will catch.
Hero's luck to tho llanzals. tho
only Ilanzal team In Hawaii nei that
knows tho national gamo well. They
will faco tho crack Chinese Athletic
team In tho second contest and every
body wishes them well. K. Ynsu
morl, tho genial manager will bo
thcro to root, not In tho Nipponese
tongue, but, as Yasumori is well ed
ucated, he will do It In English. Tho
Japanese aro the second leaders In
tho league, and no ono 'can say they
don't know how to play llrst-clasB
ball. Mores and Lunlng, tho relia
ble battery, will play for tho Nippons
and Akina and Chi llul. tho C. A. C.
Capt. Notlcy will hold down tho hoe
ond da? for the llanzals.
Thoro will no doubt ho a largo
crowd, to bo tliuro early and get u
MOANALUA HF IHOW
Tho match play tournament of' tho
Honolulu Golf Club continues ut Mo
analua tomorrow. Tho llrst round
has been run off, but It Is expected
that it will bo soma tlmo beforo tho
end of tho pl.i)ing comes. Tho best
of thn golfers are In It, and hhould
play It 'out to tho bitter end,
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-1'iess League games.
-Aala Park baseball.
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot for club championship!
June 10 Itoynl School Alumni so
Juno 11 Kamchnfueh.i Aquntlv
Club's regatta. m I
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
semi-annual prlzo shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 3-4 Hilo races.
July 4 Start Trnns-Paclllc Yucht
4 Maul races.
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O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
Tells Of The World's
Frank Armstrong, who returned
to this city on tho Inst Manchuria,
and who has bcon on a tour of tho
Continent and tho United States,
talks very entertainingly of the great
golf ho saw played on the Continent,
particularly at Nice, on March 17th
and 18th last, on tho occasion of tho
International Professional Tourna
ment. "Tho exhibition was very wonder
ful," ho said. "As n golfer, I had n
card for use at tho club where tho
toumoy was held, and was asked to
go out on tho links and piny, but
did not do so.
"Harry Vardcn, tho young Eng
lishman who won tho first day's play,
Is an exceedingly gentlemanly fel
low, woll liked In all the clubs whero
ho plays. I met him, and had quite
a chat with him.
"An Idea of his wonderful work
will ho convoyed to nny golfer by a
Btatoment of tho scoro ho madn on
tho 17th. Tho total length of the
course Is B.SfiO yards. Tho bogey
for tho first nlno holes Is 38; ho
mado It In 34. Tho bogey for tho
last nine holes Is 10; ho mado It In
37. Tho longest hole Is 605 yards.
"A coming golfer Is J. Gasslat, a
Frenchman, who wont out In 77 and
tamo In In 71, or tho same as Vat
den, tho wlnnor, on the return pait
of It. Ho certainly played a great
NOW GOING ON
L B. KERR
i gamo coming homo. I watched him
ut practice, and am confident that ho
will bo a groat player soon."
The scores made on tho 17th wero:
Harry Vardcn (English), went out
In 72: back In 71; 143.
A. Masscy (French), out In 73;
In In 74: 147.
J.m llrnld (Scotch), out In 7::;
In In 7G; 148.
1 J. (lasslnt (French), out in 77: In
In 71; 148.
j .1. II. Taylor (English), out In 7fi;
In In 7Ci K.O.
I II. Calloway, out In 83; In In 77;
A. Covington, out in 81; In In
II. Ilomhdoudlac (French), out In
8.1; in in 84; lf4.
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Thcro will bo.ii match raco at Ka
plolani Park today, commencing nt
4 o'clock, between Louis Warrcn'J
Indigo nnd Walter Macfarlano's Sura
Shot, distance threo-clghths of a
n m tt
A. L. C. Atkinson of tho Klvcrslda
Lcnguo was yesterday selected to
head the Sports Commlttco in con
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Starllncs vs. Starlights and Pa
cifies a. Okuwns will ho tho games
of tho Scasldo Leaguo tomorrow, op
ening tho now schedule.
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Cricket at Maklkl today,.2:30 p.m.
The Hoys' Club Is doing things.
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