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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 17, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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MADE BIG GAIN
SENIORS LOSE TWO
GAMES; VERY EASILY
Purvii and Sine Hung On Defeat
Ewaliko and (Jerti Schoolboys
Should Nearly Win Tourna
BIG GAME HUNTER
Big Crowd Gathers at Waikiki Inn
aany Bpeoches and Mosioal
Program Fulled Off.
Tboro was a really sporting din
nor out at the Waiklkl Inn last
night, where Captain Clalrmont, who
snipping anu UHnmissiun
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ROOM 400, JUDD BUaDINO, HONOLULU, T. H.
jiii I. 1 f y i-i.imm
Everything Is Booming Along at the
iteacn unstcai Members Are
Getting Up Show.
For years to come amateur snorts
In Honolulu will probably hnvccausel Through the victory of Purvis and
to Bpeak respectfully of John A. Mc- Sing Hung On. of the students, over
Candlcss, and the splendid stand he Ewaliko andiQerti. of the seniors, 'U a big. game hunter, entertained a
took for the cause at the Outrigger the Y. M. C. A. handball, tournament bunch of his friends,.,
meeting. Already the words of Mc- assumed a more opn 'aspect, and the' The captain Js a ' much-traveled
Candless are bearing frulf," down at students would 'appear, to have an ex- msn and he has many stories to tell
Waiklkl the tide Is turning to sport cellent chabce of, winning out. of his adventures In different parts
for sport's sake In the surf, the Hub- On Tuesday, afternoon Purvis de- t the world. He has been right
tace boys will never again take the feated Ewaliko by a score of 4C to through India, Australia and Africa
tourist out, save as a courtesy, and, 21, and the go was a beauty right after game, and when on his way to
the Outrigger Club has no more from the start to finish. The same Vancouver became so delighted with
valued and unobtrusive members was much closer than the Bcore would Honolulu during the few hours tho
than these Hustace boys. indicate, and many ? of the rallies steamer was In this port that he de-
There has been rebellion, tod on were sustained for a long time. elded to itay over for a month or so.
the part of some of the mauka boys Purvis played up" In great style,' Last night some twenty guests sat
who have boon learning to paddle and he seemed, determined that the down to dinner at 7 o'clock, andlt
with, the expectation of turning their big-. lead the, senior had on tho Btu- need only be said that, the spread
accomplishment to profit. They have 'dents should be' reduced through his up to Host Ilergln'e bestvWat
como out openly 'against .tho few who. efforts. Before the match started k'M Inn style,
still vigorously hold' out for paddling the seniors were no less ihan'elghty The health of Captain Clalrmont
for profit. (points ahead, and It was known that wa toasted with musical honors, and
There are perhaps in the Outrlg-'unless Purvii won by a MicmarKln "hen he rose to respond, the cheers
ger Club a dozen or 'less boys who the students would be too far be- of everybody showed that he has
paddle for profits Some of these be- jhlnd to have a , chance, ofwlnnlng. niade himself. very popular during his
lleve as firmly as does Mr. McCand-'The w'in pf Purvis reduced the lead sojourn In Honolulu. ", hope some
less that the pay paddler should have of-the seniors to flfty-slx; and then dsy,". said the captain, ''to return to
no right tovote or hold office, as his the hopes of the' studsnts' revived. tnl truly beautiful city; where
Interests must necessarily be biased When BIng Hung On went up everybody seems to be happy."
when U comes to the management against 'Certs there was much ex- Bobby Hnre was In great form' and
of an amateur" canoe club cltement,- as' thero' seemed a chunco n, speech was listened to with tho
The boys generally have come to of the students getting close onto the' greatest interest. After touching. on
Bee the danger Mr. McCandless so seniors' .total. The Chinese' boy did the 'subject of amateur sport and
truthfully' and graphically pointed good work, and his defeat of Gerts boosting.,!! for all he was- worth.
out-Jhat pay peddlers allowed to by a score of 4&',to' 30 again sent Hare went on to say that he was
vote ' -must necessarily form a but the students' stock skywards. very glad to see such a gathering of
among themselves and fight for. con- Only .forty-one point separate food sports around th table, and
tro), and until they did gain con-the totals of the two teanH now, and' tbea. after paying a compliment' to
trot there would be a constant run-it he finish promises to be a red-hpt Mr. Herein, be called for cheers for
nine fliht and dlssenslnn instead nfnno. Thu itnii.nu' with n iuha' JaCk'Battersbr. who Is si llvl'n t.tl.
peace and progress along the .lines on; luck, should Juetjabout win out- mo")r to' the .way n which the fit-
JEFFRIES WAS NBT
SPEEDY IN RINIi
JOHNSON WILL BE SLOW
IN STARTING WORK
which the club was organised.
John-AtfKJk'naliand; the ma-, the Seniors
to. wltbis two points of mt 9'W-Wa,' '"" PnH B mn t0"
Jority of the Outrigger members have 'and the general impression was that v Several other 'Speeches w,ere .made,
soundedjhe-note of Reform" In ama-jthey had hard luck in not winning, and then ah adjournment, to. the
teur sports in Honolulu, they have I Tho match against the Marine Pano made. Messrs. Header
been promised the support of other will be played soon, and then there son, Bustard and MeKlnley sang sev
boating' clubs that have had their will be some .excitement for sure. eral songs, and the latter made a
troubles with the semi-professional The Camn Verv bovs are nrsctlslnx Sreat hit with some of Harry Leu-
cliques, and it is to be hoped that 'hard and the half-wets can riot see dr's masterpieces.
every true lover of' sports for health. how they are going to be beaten by Harry Waldron officiated at the
the Y. 11. C. A. lads. piano, ana was, as usuaiealled upon
M-.st" to play all kinds of accompaniments.
(That he filled the bill satisfactorily
goes without saying.
I The party broke up In time for
KKtP.ll I TAHillAW the KUCIIt to CAtch ibe laitl " to
DROLPlLL Ifkffllf W townt but before anybody left "Auld
jLong Syno" ws sung with a fervor
iuai ncany nuea tne roof on the
and pleasure will help the hew move
ment along. Success to McCandless,
clean sports, and the. Outrigger Club.
Outrigger Notes. '
There Is new life at the Outrigger I
Club, and, much of It Is among the
older members. George Osborne was
out In a canoe yesterday learning, to
steer. , A number' of tho middle-aged I
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members have-begun coming down, Visitors Will First Tackle g' and ho,P'table Inn:
nnd arrangements are being made
to have all who wish to learn, taught
to steer canoes through the breakers.
All the canoes, large and small,
are n9w In commission, arid a dozen
Then Bump Into the St. Louis' ", . "Vn,n" " n
jluu nuui utu uw ov. iiu. p0Mbi0 ,tyle, and everybody had a
Rlne' good time. Captain Clalrmopt leaves
for the mainland on .the Mongolia,
Tomorrow afternoon the Columbia
surfboards will be made by the club'Doys will open their progara .of. ,,
carnentflr fop mnmbera whn linvn no V.neA.air nn,i .. iiAnitii.'i''.rtn..B .
, .... muvu,., M"U v,. U4U..1.UI.. , ,L. i ,..
Doaras. this nas been a crying need wno have been waltln -fo;. , Iong.. Maratftdn Jacksbn.ls still. boNtlng
for a long time. The boys, .too, are .. . mu,h ?...,. onfor the Halelwa event, arid the brob-
getting busy new canoe crews are t'me t0 8e. he much-traveled nsevRb)tl g . MFwU
being organised, arid it Is expected ".worn win nave a cnance oi.seeing face) the starter on March 47.
that In the near future the club will what tne mainland lads can do on a . : '. .
have at least three races and fre- diamond. " y 11 th rrew. nr siv n.e
qucnt club contests held to deter- The Kamehameha Schools will be 'US. Sn Buntor nex? tt'nd . '
mine which Is the best crew, hence1 the' Aral bunch to tackle' the Coast l "" n .w "L" fl, Li !
the need of instructors In the art of PtaW, and there Is no doubt that 'TO1' EVij' JL S?Uoi
Bteerlng-a monopoly once held at there will be a great struggle right -wl be "u"ed off on tn hBtbor'
Waiklkl, but now becoming the com-"ruu8n'-lne '"" . . ... j, ". ...
mon property of the mauka boys as I The game will be played on the V The Ban Diego Vacht Cub will
Weu. BoyB" Field, and there Is- sure to bebul'd a "skipjack" seventy-twd feet
Tho musJcal members are organ-' uB crowd of fans down at the over all. and It Is said that the qraft
Izlng a double Instrumental quartet, Brond to watch tho play of the vis- will bo entered for the transpacific
and some interesting dance parties - " 'no naras, me uoiumoia
nn iha t.i- im.i ... in .s. m llovs will run ui) aESlnBt a stronc I
course, the half Jlt-the double' quar- team, and If they get away with I The hlll-cllmblng contest forautos
tet will, dance while tho other half their scalps they may have a chance Is attracting the attention of many
provides the music, and there will hbuiiisi iub oi. lajuis mam uu oav- m me amateurs, aim a nne struggle
be regular turns about. The new uraay, for nrst place should, take Place out
house committee Is' also getting Busy.i Tne Saints are feeling very fit, and at (he big hill on .Honolulu planta-
Ed Dekura has returned from a Eu- " wl" l8"e a 8ood. bunch of ban- tion next Tuesday afternoon
ronean tour with some valuable Ideas tossers to defeat them. The local 1 '
and Artist Hitchcock and the Rev; boy have been practising hard In A baseball team from Japan Vlll
Usborne. whose fame as a landscane anticipation of meeting the visitors, tour the States next month and al
artist has snread bevond Honolulu, and there Is surely going to be one resdy matches are being arranged.
will also aid with eneral hints as to Brand game when the teams meet on The combination will be passing
plans, which Allan Herbert Is an .the Boys' Field." through Honolulu, and It, Is to bo
adept In carrying out. . Tnen on Monday, February zi, hoped that some games be-arrangod
Young, old nnd middle-aged men ' nwoo- unimngwonn win leaa nis oere
In tho nyttrltrirar "!.. I. n-o nn.u nnrbi All-SchOOl OlnO OntO thfl dlaOlOnd.
Ing together In harmony; and the re- and J"16 Columbia Hoys will then, be' Eddie Fernandes Is once more Ir.
suits can not but corao splendidly to "P nsninsi me naraesi propoBiuon town, and, although taking no ac
tho frbnt all alopg the line. they have bumped Into since they (Ive parr In baseball management, he
nieti aan r thdciku iur Ausiraua, nas suggestea mat taree1 teams1 irom
J A very Btrong schoolboy, team can the "big" league and three from the
,bo picked In this city, and the visit- Oahu league should asrange a series
ors willijave to be exceedingly clever of games to be played during the
ball artists to 'have a. chance against coming season,
.the Chllllngworth-Rlce combination. . .
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The full program of events that I The tug-of-war proposition Is galnf
have been arranged for the edlflca- ing favor with all those concerned!
tlon of the visitors la as follows; and sq many teams have decided to
Friday, Fob. 18 Kamehameha. enter that two Sundays will have to
Saturday, Feb, ID St, Louis. be set aside for the sport. Sunday,
Monday, Feb. 21 Chllllngworth's February 27, and -Sunday, March G(
All-School team. have been settled on as the best
Tuesday, Feb. 22 Track meet days for the tug-of-wajy and on those
with High School, and baseball with dates tho husky giants will' haul one
Marines. .another about at tho Athletic Park.
Monday, Feu. zi uasiceibaii witn
DRAMATIC, MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC PROGRAM
PRICES II, 7&c, 50c. and 25c.
... . Beats on Bale at Bergstrom Music Company
"Billy" Brady Speaks About Bie
Fisht of July -4 Says Jeff
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Friday. "The
Johnnon-Jeffrlcs fight will be tho slow
est contest' for the world's champion..
snip in pugilism." said "Hilly" Brady.
'What Is more," continued Brady, "I
don't think they will fight on the
Fourth of July. 'Jim' Jeffries will fight
on no dnybut Friday, and as the
Fourth comes on Monday I think he
will balk on the date, as ho Is vary
"Who do you think will wn?"
"I am not picking winners."
"Can Jeffries come back?"
"Certainly. Why not?"
"Is Johnson as good a fighter as
some people say he Is?"
'You bet he Is. Ho could have
fough't 'Jim' Corbett twenty-nve rounds
to, a draw the best day Corbett ever
saw, and you know I regard Corbett
as the greatest boxer of them all, Cor
bett was not himself when he fought
Jeffries at Coney Island, yet ho went
twonty-threo rounds with 'Jeff.' For1
eleven rounds my neart was in my
mouth. 'Jeff' could not put a Rlovo on
him, and I was behind 'Jeff. "
'Do you think that dissipation has
ruined 'Jeff's' chances?"
"'No, I do not. Was there ever a
man who went a faster paco than Cor
bett? Uxk how long he lasted. 'Jeff'
did not "ecf half tho merry clip that
. "Whero do you think "th big fight
will Uko placo?"
"Either Frisco or Bait Lake. Tho
promoters know what thoy are doing.
That will all be settled amicably."
"What makes you say It will bo a
"I havo good reasons. Just figure It
out for yourself. 'Jeff' will not lead;
neither will Johnson, whom I consider
the greatest defensive fighter of tho
ago. They will fight cautiously, nnd
It will bo a test of endurance. 'Jeff'
will not take any chances, and tho
black has been on tho defensivo In all
his contests, so It Is an easy matter to
plciure In your mind what kind of a
bou It In going to be."
"in you opinion Is 'Jack' Johnson a
"They haveu't shown me anything to
'Do you think he will be Influenced
any by. the threats of tho crowd?"
"Nothing can influence. Johnson or
make, him quit In this fight. Tho
f 101,000 purse will make him fight ns
he never fought beforo, and he will
stlckjn tho last, oven If ho Is torn to
"What aro Johnson's best points?"
"He Is another such man ns 'Kid'
McCoy. Ho hits harder than Corbott,
and can land a blow, from any position.
I don't know where ho got his start,
but he Is tho most perfect fighting
machine you ever, saw, and I am not
overlooking those flat feet of his,
"Yoti know, a groat deal about Jeffries'-
habits.', Do you bcllovo that his
age and past life Is against him?'
"No, I do 'not. 'left' Is not an old
man. He might have dissipated somo.
Hut not tnniigh tn hurt him. Didn't
ic whip 'Bob' FiUslmmons when ho
was hardly beUer than a novlco at tho
game, and at tho timo 'Fits' was con
cldvrcd unbeatable by many of tho
best Judges In the Wis game?"
"Does a man need to be an expert
boxer to become a champion?"
"I should say not. Who taught Jof.
fries? Whore did Johnson learn thut
wonderful dofense of his? Who gave
'Tom' Sharkey lessons? It Is all nat
ural with them, Johnson has renchci
perfection In the ntt of boxing and has
a level head on him. He Is a cunnlnfi
crafty ring general, and has a tv
of arms equal to those of 'Bob' Fits
rlmmons. Ho la tho real goods, all In
cna nlro package.'
"If 'Jeff' nfldtllH cnF .Tnhnunn fvirnnr.
cd do you think ho could outfight
Johnson at close range?"
"No, I do not think bo. This John
son Is a tcrrlblo Inflghtor, and so Is
'JonY but-rbo doosn't go to It Uko ho
ought.' Ho Is too cautious In this ru-
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
Fort Street Below Beretanik
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5s., 10c, 15c.
Comer Nuuanu and Panahi Streets
Change of Progrann Monday, Wed-
nesaay and Friday
T- . ., '1 .,.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,.
Alakra St.. Mauka Pseifio Club.
Office Hours From 10 to IE; from
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SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
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