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flRP' 10 "' ' " ' " . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1911.
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f FOUR RUNS MADE AMERICA BOY GAMES PROMISE . HITCH COMES
I IN FIRST INNING SCOUTSAHEAD WELLTOMORROW OVERLASTGAME
Puns Defeat Kaahumanus 6-1
In Exciting Ball
Itunn were made In bunches nt I'u
Jiailllu 1111(1 f9tritm iinii nuuu, nui-.i,
the Puna ami Kiiuhumimiia cromed ,
until In tlit lr game of the Oriunmar !
Kidinul Lcjkui Phiy. 'mil when It won
nil curr the I'uns liml won out 0-1.
It mm In the nrt Inning of the,
Kama thut the. Puns did their work,
nml In that litnlnj,- no U.is than four
men crewicd tho plnte, which helped
out the total Hcore consldinibly.
In tli fourth the 1'unH sot one mnn
ovir, und In the llfth another, while It
win) In tho nlxth that the Kunliuinumis
rcore.1 their only run.
TIib youngsters were out In force to
root for their teams, and they did
inuhe Bomo nolxe when the I'uns rcgl"
tired four runs In the first Inning of
TIiIm lead of the I'uns put the ex
citement ut fever heat, und for tlm
entlrct (tame the boys did not Bet over
their cheerlm; streak which struck
them In this InnlnR
Th boys in tho Grammar League
nre puttlnK up Bood ball, and what
they lack In experience and cool-head-'diiess
they more than make up In en
thusiasm, so that It Is u pleusurv to
wntch them on the diamond.
I-jrlmer, who has had chargo of the
league, left for1 the (.'oust, und now
1'itts Is looking after the Interests of
the boys who play In the league games.
The lineups, score, lilts and errors
nro as follow:
Kanhumunu J. Roschlll, c ; Mlkl,
lb.; Klnjero, 2b.: Tsu Un, ss.; J. V.
Ting, 2b.; Ah Yin. cf.: Sada, p.; W.
I.ee, If.: W. ltosehlll, 3b.
J'unnhou MeStocker, cf s fill Kee,
rf.'; Kong Tal. 3b ; Kin Will, 2b ; Kwnl
Toon, p ; Kwal Shoon, lb ; Wadsworth,
c; Quintal, ss ; Thompson, If.
lilts Kauhumami 2, Punahou G
Krrors Kuahumami 4, l'un.ihuu 3.
Knaliuiiioim 0 0000100 01
I'unaliou 4 0 0 110 0 0 0
Two-baso hits MeStocker nml Kong
FANDOM AT RANDOM
It was thought for several days that
I ln-iii would bu illlllculty In urraglng
the deciding game In the Kallhl-Y. M.
C. A busketball series, as Kullhl held
nut against I'alaiiui ir.vnl, a neutral
Hour, for some time ns the scene of
tho contest. Detulls have now been
nrrnngid and the game comes off Mon
The way the bikers are taking up
tho tickets for the first Inter
Islnnd excursion, which Is scheduled
for Maul, promises well for these trips.
Ono hundred tickets wire Ilk 'bo sold,
und all but IHe have, already been
spoken for The trip should be the
Mart for ninny others In succeeding
Kaoo will not run In any evening
events, because he wants to see tho
ground be is running over, and so It
must lie daylight for him. The old
mriti always runs barefooted, and ho
is nfruld of glass or other foreign nub
Fiances on tho track when he can not
see the ground well
Finding that there ure few nsplrants
for mat honors In Honolulu nt the,
present time, John 1'rocllclier has given
up the Idea of a tournament at the
Park Theater for the present. It may
be taken up again later.
Monday night Wlnklebneh and his
nssurlutes will open the eentng sport
ovents at Athletic Park, the main at
traction being the Jnpaneso wrestlers.
Other events of lesser Importance will
be on the progrnm nlso.
The Kams havo two morn games to
piny In tho "regular schedule one Mon
day with Piinuhoii nnd on Tuesday
with Mi-Klnley High School
"MAYORESS" COUNTED OUT
IHJNNKWKI.L, Kub., April 7. Mrs.
Klla Wilson, "mayoress" of this city,
today Is counted out und tho voters
who elected her lire very, very peev
ish. On 11 lecount of the votes the
city council finally declured C. M.
Ackers elected. Mrs. Wilson will con
test. The recount was nrdored follow
ing a. doinard by Ackers' campaign
managers. Her majority at tho
election nccoiding to the first count
had been very slight
"Of coiirso I shall contest tlm elec
tion," Mrs. Wllmiu declaied with
nplrlt lodny "I lliltilc I n-ns fairly
nlected and I shall diuiminl my
"I know that I ciui run 1 bis town
nml run It iIkIiI, mid I don't pro
jiimn in Imcit down muruly I'ccmisu
pnuit-oiiu i'Uu WiiiilH lint Jul.,"
Chief Scout Tells of .His Ob
servations Dfning Eng
r.rnest Thompson Soton, Chief
Scout of tho Boy Scouts of Aniorlca
who recently returned from a visit
to the Iloy Scouts of Great Britain
lino written n letter tn tnn nova oi
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the United States. Ho praises tho
boys of America and says that the
American Hoys are In many ways
superior to tho British Scouts. Ho
writes that the American Boys nro
specially s,!...e,I'.n a,, matters per-
tnlnlng to camping out, while the
Kngllsh Boys nio belter disciplined,
Mr. Seton suggests that a troop of.
the finest Boy Scouts of America bo
sent to England toon to show tho
American iittnlntneiitB In scouting.
and that a British troop bo sent over
hero. Thin nucBtion Is now being
considered by tho Kxecutlvo Board,
and should such nn exchange of In-
ternatlonal courtesies bo decided up-
on, much caro win uo tngen in se-
lectlng the tioop to go to Cnglantl..pll for tho Stars. ,.
The following Is Mr. Seton's letter:
Cos Cob, Conn., April C, 1911.
To tho Boy Scouts:
Last week I returned to this land
of sunshine after spending a couploj
of months In our motherland. One
nf ,,.v iilileela In imliiir there was to'
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Pfinmnrn nntl'S With Ilia UrillSIl
o...u Bl tlnhort nmlnn.Pnwnll.
tho Chief gavo a luncheon to enabU Vlawnlls Thomas-Ilaphacl.'c; Lota- cept that they htand on the sldo lines
tho American visitor to meet those 'A Desha, p.; Dreler, lb.: lln'mauku, which Is against all rules of the gamo.
who wore actlvo In British scouting 2U.; Kuiilll, ss.; Markham, 3b.; nice. Second, Fort Shatter Is much smaller
and we had many Important Ideas rf.; W. Desha, cf.; D. Desha. If. jthan the Palnma lloor. Third, Fort
and experiences lo exchange. Their j Portuguese Soares, c; Pedro, p.: I Sbaf ter la not any where near us con
chlef troublo Is-much the same as Joseph lb.; nuslinell. 2b.; Julias, s j.; 'venPnt for the public,
ours, namely, the scarcity of good gJJ- oimm- Tt- Mnd-rltt' cf-I Paluma has a gallery for spectators
scout masters. But our Amerlcaiii ' nnvn,.-tViiitnn n- T"ernnn-' n'l twenty feet each sldo of tho sldo
Scouts are ahead In many w-uys us'i n,. ai, Toon. 2b.; Knn Yen.
well as In numbers. I found, for ex -
ample, that our bojs are far mor.i
hklllful In everything that pertains to
camping out. This Is doubtless a
matter of climate and opportunity.
I found, on the oilier hand, that the
Kngllsh boys wuro better disciplined.
Another thing that struck me was
that the American boys seemed to
hao greater lung power than tho
English lads. Tho Kngllsh Boj-b do
not give their yells with the samo
enthusiasm and power that tho
Aninrirnn Ilovs do. 1 llko esueciully
this expression of enthusiasm among
.i. A.nurin iinv.
,t is proposed liiat wo send one
of our finest troops over there In the
near future to demonstrate our moth-
oils, and our cousins will be Invited
to scnu one 01 ineirs over neie. ouuii
an interchange 01 visits wouui oouui-
less be of Immense
(Signed) Krm'st Thompson Seton,
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ON NEW MANUALS
The work on the two now manuals
to be Issued by the Boy Scouts of
American Is going on rapidly und will,
In a few weeks, be In the hands of
tho printers. It Is hoped to lmu
them ready by June 1. Among the
men who nro wilting them are Dr.
I Georgo J. Fisher of the International
Y. M C. A.; Major Charles Lynch,
( Medical Director of the Atnerlcnn
Ited Cross; Krncst Thompson Seton,
Chief Scout of the Boy Scouts of
America ; Arthur A.
Pnrev nf Wnl-
l,Uiey "l "l
1 tliam, Mass.; Waldo M. Sherman, II.
W. Gibson, Secretary of tho Boys'
Woik of Massachusetts nnd llhode
Island; John L. Alexander, who has
been actively Interested in boys'
work for many years, mid James K.
West, Uxcoutlvfl Secretary of the Boy
Scouts of America. The various
chanters are helm? rend nnd nnnroved
f.-" .I .in?.'! ' t.r.1U,d " 1? "W.d,
. . ,
Wni I) Murray Georgo U 1 rut and
A A JanwJon b
',j t! ..
Yesteidav afternoon tlm Puns and
K'n.ns s.,M,.,,i t,...s I,, ti... iri,..,,i,.r
leuguo played a warm baseball gitinu
on the Kiiin Held, the lesult being 10-21
In fnvnr of Piiiiuhnu It wus the last
lulling wiiii-n iii.i llio business, for then
the Kiiins had a bulluon usceiislun.diii-
Flf.i-n IUh wue'nulh, of KI.'lu.T
iliuili) off Baldwin
II was unit, some
Healanl smoker inuighl, and I lie Inl
cur tu appear on tlio program for en
luialnmsM I'lBinlsi a Jolly, uyiulnu,
New Players Admitted to Oahu
League and Lineup of
Teams for Game.
Tho first game In tho Oahu League
series tomorrow afternoon at tho Ath
letlc Park will bo between Haw-all and
. ., .i.i. i. ii,. (I., iin.
Japanese, and ns this Is the first time
...... . ..... . ,.... inn,
these two teams have como together
menu i. icuiin .... c ifii.w " ,.-
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miring me seusun, llie renun u. m
Bnlnu wm t)0 interesting.
Tor the second attraction the Stars
and Portuguese tennis will cross bats,
and this should be u close gumo uUo.
The teams In the league this year
nnfl Uij) ffln, nro not KOlng ,
bo oisappolnled at any time w-hllo tho
serics Is on.
With such teams as tho four now In
tho league, the stnnd and bleachers at
Athletic Park should be crowded every
Ku"1'l,y'"r ' ,V'"VWL .Jr'of
80V0rn mor( payers were signed on
. iH.iin. llyman Riiphael and nddle
Noah for the Hawalli, und Hert Dower,
i-orueiro, uuue .Miner nun .-hicr i-
11 was niso fieeiueu inuk inti iiiu-
B.lxnn udnnlil lia flictltatioil 11 I til lltll
forms, and with nil the teams and the
i.tllclnls In uniform, the games will
,nk(, on natt.. r,parance.
Tor tomorrow the lineup of the teami
J. A. C Brlto-IIoopll. c.i Kealoha-
Tatt ft.f r vi t Al;ikhil lit1
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Boss, 3b.: Zerbe,
. .,.,. . ... u..... i
Mtnrs Hnves-Wllllnms. n
'At, Tn 31,,. Sumner, rf.; Sing Hun,
cf.; II. Chllllngworth, It.
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PERCY HUNTER WANTS
Tho athletic enthusiasts of tho
Hnnds-Around-the-Piiclllo Club are
anxious to grapple with Percy Hunter
on his arrival here on tho 23rd.
Like every Australian, Hunter Is nl
sport promoter. While In Honolulu hu
discussed with some of his Australian 1
I slan olymplu
ire tho plans for 11 Polyne-
slan olympiad of Polynesian- sports, to
' I l, ..1.1 .,...... ! mn u tlin (Isut mant
. n '
Tno plnni, nro elaborate nnd It will
tnko several yea'rs to arrange for the
,nrmging 01 uih nuuvu u-ium immnnj'
, pan m mo luvim, mi ,. v-
lloves 11 can ue uone.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
twenty-fourth annual championship
toiiriihuient of the Pacific Statos Ten-
nls Association. The event win uo
contested on the new courts ut Santa
Cruz from June 19 to lift, Inclusive.
The program will be made up of men's
und women's singles und doubles,
mixed doubles and Junior singles and
doubles. The famous Sutton sisters
will be among the contestants, as will
Maurice McLaughlin and Melville
Healanl smoker tonight at the club
house promises to be the luajt suc
cessful vet held bv tlin Huh. Prenar-
ntlons havo been made for entertnln-
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"'K " lurgo iiumuer ui gucsis uuu me
. ..,....,.,. -. ,
uoys are going lu uo iiiemuoives pruuu
Play In President's Cup at Oahu
Country Club links Is on today and
tomorrow. Tho tournament Is on the
second Saturday and Sunday of each
'""'" ""K er "im"K-
ll"1 " 1'resldcnt of the club,
' nUFVALO. N. Y.. May 1 -Toni
, Longboat, the Canadian Indian, do-
tented Oustuv LJungslioni of Sweden
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' n nueeii-uiiio race nere yesieiuuy.
Tho time was 1 hour 17 minutes nndiuur,VBU ,10'" l"OB0 I'loucorH.
The Knllhl GIiIb' llaskutball team
is anxious to take on u team from
Mul aui cmiei,B tho girls' team ut
W"l,uk,, for "'"l(:" ,0 " ' on
The polo players me gulling their
liiiiiints lulu Hhupu now ami soiuu
whim ponies a 1. 1 being ,v,tued nut
Piinnlinu Held Is Ihe iilni-n win re tlm
MHili-iiutB nn' koIhk on nl incHinl,
- (hui Kiwi hum on lljls, nftiiiiiiuii,
Dispute as to Where Kalihi-Y.
M. C. A. Final Struggle
Shall Be In Basketball.
There was n hitch In tho Y. M. C.
A.-Kulllil basketball aeries but
, ' . .
i niama gym nns
"'"" "',, '" ,,,,,,1 im, i.'.fnrn '
There was an understanding before
iiuii liiiim onUMitml
.... ... .
inn series iteirnn " i tun ii eucn loam
I... t..... 'I'm..., If a.inh (irtl
- -.. - , .
should win one game out of three
or two games each out of five
()mt tho third or fifth game would be
!,,iuyej on neutral lloor, the 1'ul.iinn,
oor bc, nnme(, nl lhat lUm s
that the Palanui lloor could bo Be-
Kallhl objected for a time
to the Palamu lloor on the grounds
(i,ut j;oU of tle y jj c. A. team Is
ncnuanlej wlt, t1P n0()r. That
B,lou,d not Prevent tho last game
Kallhl has played on tho Palama
team and has done a great deal of
practicing on that lloor before Joining I
the Knllhl team, thereloro If ought
to be an even standoff between tho
two tenms. The Palama
backstops nro Identical as tho Kallhl
n"d tho side lines leselnblo tile Y.
M. C. A.
Why some of tho Kallhl players
wished to pin on the Fort Shnftor
flnnr Is hnrri In i.Ynlnln In tlin first
, ., ., , . ii,,,.r i...a ,,,,
, . ,
utLimiiiumiviuiin iwi ni'ciuiuin. ua-
bouudry lines uutBlde of which spec
tators could bu placed instead of
right up against tho bouudry line us
nt Fort Shafter.
Monday nlgbt tho final gamo will
Scores of tho past games of tho
Kullhl 31, Y. M. C: A. 19, at Kallhl.
Kallhl 7, Y. M. C. A. 2.r,( nt Y, M.
Kallhl 27, Y. M. C. 12, nt Kallhl.
Knllhl 17, Y. M. C. A. 35, nt Y. M.
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HAM DCADPl DDAIOTO
un I' DUnni rimlOLo
1 T I 1 r r II fM f f I lT
iriL CMHLT JsUUUIb
Daniel C. Beard, National Scout
Commlhslonor of tho Boy Scouts of
America, who Is a favorite
11 favorite among
boys, has this to suy about the he
rocs of the Old World and of tho Now:
"1 would cut oft tho Old World idcus
of heroes. Wu have established n
"ernes, who taught tho world scout -
I"B. because they were up against
" iiiuii, wus u npieuuiu ureeir. oil inu
finest set of suvuges God ever ! miy nd tho crulso wus u must en
ted. The wild Indians seal pod ; Joyilble one Tho yachtsmen enter-
' us and matin men nf im nml tnnpht
us how to boliuyo ourselves. A ton
deifoot who went out West In tho
old days did not llvo long nt nil, nnd
the passing minute mun Boon deco
rated the 'wigwam of the Indian. It
was the man on the Job who hud alt
his faculties all the time thut lived.
Such u 'man was Daniel Boone, Si
mon Kenton nnd Davy Crockett. All
of them were gentlemen, und what Is
more, they were all moral men. Dan-
' lel Doono never liked a vulgar or pro
fntlt. Itvti uuulnn In hid llfrt Tlm ..I.I
- - - -. ..." u,u
'lllc-.sltlli lmnt.,1- novar ,w.V .. llr
-" ..-.v. . Ilv
wiiungiy or if lie chuiu help it. Ho
was 11 man wan n mission; they woro
ull men (implied with a mission. Any
one of them would have won a pluco
In the university football team. Thoy
would all havo made good strokes In '
IIIH MII.III., 1111 11,1 Unillla " luu ti.nt...
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"" B"0'1 '1"'u. "! Olll their de-
scendants we ,e filling tho halls of
ngress mid the Senate today with
" best men wo haco got. They are
01lulK In finance, they nro leading ,
Ill the lirnfOMalnnu frntn llin nn,,...
;. "" ,; """, "" " ""- '"" """M
urn the men I want to hn tho heroes
of our buys, but not tho Jack Shop-
llur,, w tho Jesslo James typa wo I
"uvu '" u"r country, not Hobln Hood,
l,'(l tuhter, mid Threo-Flngereil Jack.
I W", W,t '" maV" "Ur Ht,"lH "'0'
i...,...!, n.mi mm run uu iiiiukh mm
Why pay the government ten par.
cent penally on delinquent t.ixc7
Take your tax hill lo the office and
lellle at once;
:: : a n n jj it n n n
SPORT CALENDAR. ti
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:! If Managers of baseball and oth- 11
tt er athletic teams would notify tho tt
tt 11 til lot I ti of tho dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches ro that -such In- tt
tt formation could be placed In the tt
tt sport calendar It would ho con- tt
tt sldered a favor. Address all com- ti
tt munlcatlons to Kportlng Editor, tt
tt 11 u 1 le 1 1 n Omce. tt
tt Saturday, May 13. tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Crulso to tt
i tt Wutnnae Returning Sunday, tt
tt 8moker Healanl Boat Club tt
tt House ti
" a" nt Country Club I'resl- tt
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ounua, mjr it. ..
Stewart Cup I'luy Oahu Conn- tt
try Club Links, Scnil-Ptnuls. tt
tt Baseball, Oahu Ixjnguo Huwall tt
tt vs. ,1. A. C; Stars vs. I. A. C;
JJ Athletic Park tt
Walpahu vs. Walanae. tt
tt Oolf ut Country Club Presl-tt
jj ,iotlfa cup Play. tt
J t Monday, May 15. tt
, t; Final llahkethall anino Kallhl tl
tt vs. Y. M, C. A.: Palama Oym. tt
Basehall-Kams. vs. Punohou. tt
'tt Wednesday, May 17. tt
I tt Championship Tennis Tourna- tt
tt mont, Singles Commences tt
tt lootir Courts.
tt Thursday, May 18.
tt A. A. TJ, Meeting Lorrln An-
tt diows' Olllre.
tt ' Saturday, May 20.
tt Honolulu Team lo Maul for Soc-
tt ccr (lame.
tt Sunday, May 21.
tt Opening Season of Honolulu tt
tt Yncht Club. tt
tt Saturday, May 27. tt
tt Ladles' Day Ilnwull Yacht Club tt
tt Kntertalns. - tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Danca Pearl tt
tt First Week liml Kxctirslon to
tt Maul Visit lao Valley. tt
tt Sunday, May 28. tt
tt Ladles' Day of Hawaii Yacht tt
tt Club Pearl Harbor. tt
tt Sunday, June 11. tt
tt Baseball Walalua vs. Walaleo tt
tt ut Walalee. tt
OPENING CRUISE HELD
BY FIVE YACHT CLUBS
Five yacht clubs got under way In
the opening cruise of the season, April
3d. The Corinthian, California, San
Francisco, Aeolian und Kncluul fleets
were all seen out on the bay. Not for
many yeurs bus theie been .finch a
number of the pleusuro craft on tho
hay waters. It wus literally ullvu
The Snn Francisco nnd Corinthian
clubs exchanged courtesies during tho
day. In the morning tho Tlburon tars
went over lo Sausallto and fired su
lutes which were answered from the
wharf of the San Francisco club. In
tho afternoon the San Frunclsco club
fleet sailed over to Tiburon nnd the
sumo ceremonies were gunu through
I Ti,n ,..BtLi.r w-ns l,i,.i fn,- vnniitlm.
There wus a Bplendld breeze on the
tallied u largo number of their friends
aboard tho different craft,
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
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According tn cable advices from the
Coast, Musson and Walker, the two
aviators to show here, will b-.uu on
tho lloiuilulun, which will niih.i lu
this port June 2. Jack Kcully Is pro
moting the flights of these men whlla
they iire In the Territory before they
sail for Australia,
The basketball game between the
girls from Kallhl and those from Wnl
Uiltn should prove n great contest nnd
liw-aken much Intel est In tho sport
No. 79 Hotel street, near Fort, is
now icrving a nice
from 11 a, m. to 8 p. in. Every.
thing uood end wholesome,
Cool, conimodloui dining room,
Quick ttrvlce and cleanllneis
le our motto,
R. WM. WAnHAM, Prop,
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewp.ll & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
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Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
s Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co,
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