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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1911,
SPORTS OF ALL KINDS -WHAT IS DOING
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PATSY M'KEIA AND KID GEORGE
ARRIVED FROM COAST TODAY
Both Boys Show Up Well and Have Many Wins to Their
i Credit McKcnna Has Had Nineteen Matches in Six
Months and Claims Coast Championship.
That the fans will kco pome good
scrapping when Patsy McKennn, wel
terweight champion of the Coast, nnd
Kill Oeorhc get together on Iho night
of June 17 for n 10-r.iiiliil go Ik evident '
jrnm win moss ni inn iuu noys n mi
arrived on the Ilonoliil.in this morn
ing Doth have boon In the gnmo for some
time, mill Pats) comes from Iloston,
tho home of that grand old scrappe-r
John I, Sullivan, and has fought his
way lo lbs Coast and denned up al
most everything of on) nceount In both
the Northwest and Southern ",ist
points On the nther hand
a California lad who has dune nil bin
lighting on the Coast, win re he bus
inct tho bent of tlieni from the four to
the 20-round route
Hoth chaps nre clonr-oyed and
Mrongly built, long and rnngv, and they
look more like lighters tlian nn purs
who have been In the city for a long
It looks more like Rood, ilean sport
on the night of Juun IT than nm thine
pulled off In Honolulu fnr mnre than
ear, and Dick Sulltvnn In lueky In
Retting twn mieli men fnr Hie headlin
es on hl card.
Dlik Is out for the square game, and
all the fan know be will do the right
thing and put on a card upon which
then can be no criticism
During tile p.ixt six mnnlhx on tin
Co est Patxv has had nineteen llgbtx,
unil before that time he had cleaned
up the men in his class in New Kng
land and fought nil the vva wext
He bent Spike Kellej of C'hlcngn nt
Benton ll.irls.r. Mich knoi ked out th and the preliminary bouts which, will
Wisconsin Kid nt Thcrmopolls. Wyo, be nrrnnged
i in s"
Defeat Pcnnsy Over Two-Mile
Course By Bare Two
Feet at Finish.
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""" . . ' . . ...ISprliigllelil Dr. Walter
most plcturesiiue tcttlng Imiislnubloi
and neioro immense crow us on lurpvuu
boat destrovirs and along tho seawall
of the I'nlliil Statei Naval Academy
grounds on the Severn Hlver, Hie Naval
Academy crew defeated Pcnn here to
day by a bare two feet
After tho curtnln raiser, which was
won lij the Annapolis fourth crew from
Penn's freshmen b a length and a half.
Referee rt I! I, Wllllainsoti lined tho
two big crews up at the mouth of the
Severn Hlver for their Journo nf two
miles, llnlshlng off the historic Naval
Academy icinetery Tile tldo was run
nine out uulte Mrongl. which tho
crews bad to buck ngalnst, heneo tho
slow lime of 11 niln 21 sec.
I was with Ileftrec Williamson when
ho Rot tho crew off, both boats moving
away together, at u slindc over 40
htrokes to the minute A strange tale
which has probably never beforo been
recorded In boat rating follows Tho
Middles were leaders In this Rrcnt two-
mllo race for n few brief seconds, about
thirty at the start und only an Instant
at the finish, but an Instant long
enough to give them tho verdict.
Middlei' Finith Wint.
All the rest nf the vva Penn seemed
sum winners, but It was Just that In
htant at the finish thnt was necessary
Never before havo I seen u crew such
u short time In tho lend win It (.bow
ed great pluck and lighting spirit In
the Middles and Immense. Judgment nf
their stroke, Lofton
At the firing of the gun tlio Navy
was off llrst on it great sprinting start
and soon had u eiuarter of a length, but
young Heath, Pennsylvania's stinke,
was cnlm anil simply rowed nn scIiimIuIo
and passed thn Middies rather eiifdly
at tho quarter 'f"0 At tho hair mllo
It was Penn by it third nf a length,
Willi tho QunkVrs clocking 38 In thn
At the mllo Pennsylvania vvns Iho
best part of a length In Iho good and
rowing with far too much self-conll-denco
When thn mllo liuny was reach
ed Iho dirferunco wus thn same, and
wominno nn Iho "lien lYnnklln." Penn
sylvania's cnnehlug launch, put up thn
broom, but It was pn mature.
Condition Denim to Tell.
TIip Navy hero lijnin mnt iltler
inlneil HkIiI, m,d Iho Ivvn InilU racpil
In the mile and it half nl it Irrrlfle
pare, hut Iho Mlihlli' boiler cniiilltlnn
Mnml lliein In Knnil slMid, wlillo a
1'Oilpln Of Hid Qimlmis hoiun lo fmlo
Ad Hlh of mil, limn Iho llhloll
HHnK Uiflim liegHii nun uf llin ureal -el
twiU vr win This lis kept up
IIHlll IMn ItHMl IIM MmmIIi. lttHfl
VMIUVl l !". Mi I III al MIMH KHd.UHKl'il mid Vfyl)liK i 111 rMtilnW
IWHlwH H4UHll VIlllMl 1141 III mall hHH
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In nine rounds, knocked out Jimmy
Hreen of Clocklon nt Vnllejo In two
rounds, knocked out Willie Cnrlcr of
Han I'niiii Imii in tun rounds nt Dream
1 iii,I mi Pee ember f, mill In one romiil
Ic-oiiitcr 11, kimekcd nut Martin
Hhubert of San I"innclseo In the llrl
lound, bent Oe-orgo Andrews at Dream
land In four rouiulH, and nt Oakland
In lx round; tmiKht n draw with
Sailor Itctroskc, and has fought with
various other serappcrs who were ill
Ills class and had tlalinx on the title
Kill George is I'lillfornl hreil mid
nilned and Ihih dnno most of hi llRht-
tlcnrgo is.lng in the cities around tho bay, where
1... l...u ..,n , rtMal.tnCitlilA lt ,1 llfltlin
himself In nil goes from four to
lie ha fought such men ax Fltz Hol
la ml a SO-rnmiil tlinvv; beat Walter
Stanton over the !0-rouiid course;
fought llrlck Ilurgexs and won In four
rounds, had a b-roimd draw with Den
ver Jnliiiti) O'Keefe; decision over
Jimmy Hart In ten rounds; fought
I'rcddr Itronkx n draw; knocked out
Jack llurke In one round; and had
Ihree goes Willi Sailor lctrokcj four,
xl and ten rounds, all draws and
knocked out Jack Divlx In the four
teenth round nf their go
l'roin thee pirtlnl records of the
men who lire to appear In the squared
circle In Honolulu It seems as If the
fans were going to see the rent thing
win 11 the bojs enter the squared circle
twn weeks from tonight.
Honolulu has not bnd n chance to
see Mich boxing for many a month, nnd
It will bo strange If them Is not n
crowded house to see thexo scrnppers
ly backed up It was a seesaw lo the
end and the Middles had tlio better of
tho balance Just at the line.
PcimBlvnnla's leg drlvo Is rcmark
abl good Tho Navy has a very hard
llitlsli. but settles at the end nf the
stroke (iverconlldence nnd lack of en
durance undoubtedly helped to heat
Pennsylvania The raco today will do
good tn the Quakers and arouse them
This week will Btirely mako rowing
history, as Columbia conies here to
Ann ipolls tn measure strength with
the victorious Middles next Saturday,
while rennslvunla meets Yale nt
Pect, In New
THE CAREER OFA
"I have been asked by The Cnlum
Man lo trace m athletic career. I
was born on the farm near Aliiinnes -
son Uike, N J, on September R, 1S83
I liked oiitilnnr sports Just the samo
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slderabv nefore I took up rnniili g
seriously. I was a Irncted lo foo.ba II
In tlie rnursn nf Htnn I fnuml mvself
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In Philadelphia. Thero I played end
fnr the Prestnn Athletic Club's eleven.
During the tlfreo jears I was with tho,
Prestnn Athletic Club wo vvero never
"It w'ns In 10n; that running attract
ed me 1 entered n lno-ynrd dash In
u Philadelphia meet nnd finished third
The snmo day I won tho half-mllo run,
ami a ImlMmiir nftrr thnt event
competed In the mllo and llnlshed Ihhil
I tell you, I was a mighty proud young
ster Then I entered Hrown Trepara
Itorv School Under their colors. In
IDfll. I won tho half-mile and mile In-
t.rsehnlnstlc clinmplnnslilp events nt New Ymk 2a
the St I.nuls i:hlhltlnn In liiflf. I Philadelphia 2.1
Jolnul the Irish-American Athletic Pittsburg 21
Club, nf whhh I am a member today Chicago 21
I shall remember tho ear l!Ui8, bo- HI Iiuls 14
cause nf the London Olvmplo meet Cincinnati 14
There I had tho roo.1 fortune tn senro Jlronklyn , 13
the greatest number of Individual Doston 9
points I won thn 800 and 1M0 meter
events nnd ran on Iho four-mile relay American Leaguo,
team that won the championship for w.
the United Stales Among my best Detroit ;..... 211
work I fnncv Iho winning nf tho Nn- Philadelphia m
llnnnl, Canadian nnd Mctrnpnlltnnjciilcag 17
olfimplniishlpa three yemrf. In succes- IJoston 18
slnii With my rlvnls I hnlil cerlnln'Now Ynrk 17
leeorils nn thn Amateur Athletic Unlnn Cleveland K.
Imnks" Melvln W Sheppard In Juno' Washington i
arranged for keio
Keln Uiilvtrslt) baseball team will bo
In Hawaii Just u month beginning July
3, nnd In that tlmo (till pla'nliio games
Willi illlfereiit local tennis, all uf which
will bo worth lining far In sen
Tim llrst Kiiinn will bo Hull (if July
I und while lieio Iho livun will incol
Honolulu Ionian us fulluws' Two eianina
with l Units fullogn Alumni. Ivvn
wild Hlum, two wild l A c Iwo with
lliimill, mnl nun ullli J A '
I Ms! nvenlhg nl M ie. IhI liietdlWf
uf IHIlll l-eudHe llin wtietJIllo mi uf.
i, .lull m nunir Hllll I Ml' vllll)K
JmmiiD.ti I .win,
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PORTUGUESE ATHLETIC CLUB.
Hack How (Vrrcn, llu llego, IliiMnirll, il. Joseph, I'.in-ii (mnniiger), FliNcr, Orni'll.is IVdro.
J. Frrmnnliv, I'rrllas, Sousi, llu I'niit, .Mailorn.
TWO GOOD GAMES
Stars and Portuguese Players
Line Up for First Game
ToinontJw afternoon there will be
twn good ball games at Athletic Park,
when the teams of Oahii League ems'!
bats fnr the sixth week nf the season.
The Hrst gnmo-of the day will lie bo
tween the Stars and Portuguese, and
Iho second ono between Hawaii and
Tills Is the llrst thno those teams
have met since May 14, nnd at that
time tho Stars sliut out tho Portuguesu
n-0 and Hawaii won from tho J. A I'.
That ganio with Hawaii Is the only
one that J A C has lost during thn
sensoii, and when lliesn twn teams lino
up tomorrow 'Hit re will lie n lot or fans
who have to be shown which Is tho
The lineups for thu games tomorrow
Stars Ah Toon, lb ; Knn Yen, s.;
Miller. Sh ; Ah Tin, ilb ; Sumner, If ;
Joy, i, Hoopll. rf; Sing Hung, of;
Portuguese Olmos or Madeira, cf ;
Ilushnell, 2b.; Ornell.is, rf ; Pedro, p.;
Sanaa, ,1b ; Depontc, If.; Cnrrca, lb ;
rilzcr, ss ; Joseph, c.
i Iuwall Itlce, If.; W Desha, cf.;
Kualll, ss ; Haniaiiku, 2b . 11. Raphael,
c ; Drcle-r, lb; Mclntyre, rf ; Murk-
ham. 31.; Lola A Desha, p , , , ,,, of iuvar.l and Ynlo
Japn.u-soW.Hke, cf; Ch..llnB.'ln dual me., In- l.nndnn this sum-
worHl, s ; Akana, lb; Prancn, 2b.; Inrr A ,a,,,e ,,Mort ,ntea that thu
All ,, ,b . ,.ou. r, . Zerbe. If.: ,,, ,,,..,, ,mc Iucep.ed tho
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DIG LEAGUE STANDING.
Tho sensation of Iho last fow dass
in the big leaRiies has been New Yolk's
New Ynrk Is Iho
hardest team 111 either leaguo In beat
on Its home grminds, and getting tho
nhiiii.. ii Mr.r'. m, ,u
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Toil tliom hi an uxeitlnc Forlra mnl Liit
to the top. Tho standing of tho N-
jtlonnl. American ttud Coast leagues Is
as fill loves.
St I .mi I a
Pacific Coait League
I'm Hand 30
Ve rimn 2i
Sail I'lani'lwn 30
1 .01 AllBi'les , 83
, , It II It
Llllher llnnuh has sold
Tim iiiirnhtiNfi uf iho nrafi, tililrli Is
well Iiiiuivii In lliuinlulu Wfllers, wu
Alvlll Hllvn. ttlm will I'tilcr nil IIioiiicimi
Willi Ilia liiuil In I lie fliluru
'I'umittriiw iiio Uiiiiuiiiiii Vnulil ('lull
Will liiivu a ii.nri rate iiVer I lie IihiImh1
ruur4ii ihn lyuirfiy Mm h Tiwtmut
IWllle ili. b, H lli.ll H4l.
Hack Iloiia. Di-tlui, a. I'ciiliniirr, .1. hiialll. Nrrinid Itnn U. Di'.slm, ,1.
I'tiln, . Ileslia, i:. Iliiiiuiiikii, A. Ilrcler. rnml lion II. Markh.im, II.
K.iphacl, . Hire, (.'. Milnljrc.
Harvard and Yale May Meet
Oxford and Cambridge
Woid was received In ew InrK
from I.nglaiul recentlj that the ntn-
letle truius of Oxford and C.iiiiIji IiIko
cnallenge of Iho Amerit.ins anil ui.ii
Jlhe meet will ho held on tho Queen-'
groun.l curly In.Jniy.
While M.lhager Kloyd of HarVnr'd
s.ivi the AinAlfim nnlvertltles have
for ,,,,.,, ,,' ihalleiiRO It Is known
thai considerable Intern itiontil iinder-
nindiiito corresnoiideuco iuis been car-
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r "' "" fnielli.K such n meet, and
in. i! nrrniiiri'tiiniifK unlLli n IVO lOCll Oil
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,,,. .,,,, Kpr received fiom
The enndltlnns will bn foi warded In
Yule, und If Iho New Haven college HIJATTI.i:, May 20 Thn associated
I''t aits upon them favorably both e-ol- 'sltul'iils of the Dnlversll) of Wasliing
6"'J leges will notify their rtrltlsh rivals Ion, under whoso direction nit nt.li-
nnd tho meet will beennio a reality
TJn KalpH prouably will bo held
about the middle of July Oradunln
Miin.ipT William Onrcclon of llarvnril
believes that July G, the dale suggest-
cd li Iho Hngllsh leanis, Is u llttlo
loo en i ly for tho Amerlcnn teams In
compote und glvo a good nceount of
themselves If thn games nro arranged
tin, Amorii mi r,nl o4ctltntlvCM will teaV'n
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' '' , this t oniiti on Juno 25 'overcome this und Iho. loss caused by
'''' Ope of the liltclioh In tlio negotiations tlio falling off In uttendanco when some
.531, , ()U, )(, qneHtloii vvhether tho Amer- ttar Is out uf the'gnmo becauso of In
.510j,.m niiiidos Kcholhri nt tlio two Kng- Juiles (hat Iho Iiisiiiiiiko plan wus
""illsli inftversltles, wheio Ihey havo lieen ndoplcd
Is1 Imporlani rnctors on tlinaiilliletlc Held, Jt 11 IS
.35.1 Hlioiil.1 coinpele In llin Inleruntlnnnl so- DAPl AMflQ QTRIIMle' AQ
Mi r,m nanmd nulhnrltles say (his will Bf0lb (UNK ft?,.,,,,.
bo" settled Katlxfin tnilly and add Hint
tho Ilhndes st'lioliirn will not compete
lifiliiHl Ihelr loiinliymeii I
Twn jenrs ago when thn Intercolle
giate Awneliitlnn nf Anialnur Athletes
uf Aliietliu e hullellKi'd Oxford mid
Cnmhrldg.i In n dual meet I he offer
vvtiB mil accepted nn Iho wound lint
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Iho llrllli.li iiiilhnrllleH would uul linvo
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nil the ineinhPi wrro Inn. td. lu-
iloiilsHn,. iimarurnthlete. HI...-I. Ihn
(Ills illff. ri'iicn I ins been palehod up
Thai hoi b. ihn Yule mnl llarvnril
I winn. nii wwulivr IhU ywr Hihii Ihny
llMti been for Vflil lUHIIHins HI
lumn en i U In Whj', wlifll IhiIIi nf lliwii
hit iirnum) lUrviml Ml Imfofslhn
m l IXtflMirMIM. Willi lrlmiHU4l
fclMMIIfU Ihf VhIo UtM MUl HIV HUNMtl
showed that n (niublnatloii nf the two
linnit will Rie ii single organization of
considerable strength. Harvard Is
fairly fast on tho tr.uk and Yale has
porno brllll tut performers for the Held
event followers of college track and
lie lil sports In this country say that
such a combination will bo sulllclcntly
KtioiiR to defeat their Hugllsh rivals
PEACE IS RESTORED
AND WAR WILL BEGIN
CAAinmtKin. JIass.. Mav ".'After
nll , strange nieiil due lo III feeling bo
tu,,Pll ,h( tuo nnersltles owing lo u
, M,(rm , rwy. t,o Harvard vnrslly foot-
,,., , will me. t that of Pr nceton'
', " '.U Rrl.Uron for Ho In."'
,,,, llrtwn JcurH
SevcisuVprheH developed with the'
"" ninpiiiin iie.eiuKii wiiu inn
einellt timtirlil fiF III, llnrvnril
yaially fonlb.ill sihedulo fnr next sea-
imm. Cnrn.li, West Point and Ilnnilnln
nro droimed Their nlnrra urn tnken.
rrs)1., tlol-. Iy Pilncclon, Carlisle and
Tlio big game Willi Ynlo comes No.
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with Prlncilnn will ho iln5ed nt home.
letlc I'vcnts nt tho university nro held,
completed nrianRonie-iits today with it
local Incuianco broker for tho Issuunco
of Insuranco policies tn Indemnify tho
ussnclatlon! ngalnst hiss through tho
Injury nf any of tlio members of tho
various athletic siiuads. Treatment of
Injuii'd font I mil und baseball plaera
nnd trnekmen has nut tho university.
fissmdiitlnli Id tnueli ,.vtiriiMn TI It tn'
r MO I t) I OIlMINUt Mil 1 10 I
If thii.i Is nny hunch of hallnllaiis
wlin viaut to niiikn u peeiillar wager
In u p. i ullnr belting niatlir undir io
cullar clicuiusliiuccH, then iho eliauips
will ubllgn Tlio bet Unit thu Mucll-
Minn ll nillil IIL-ii In i limit.' ,tini ii u imii
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nf llin Initio! pioposllloiiH lliat ever
tmunlrri'il durliiH Ihn Hull
II... -rim Mucks will Ki.inhh.
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HIIIiih when II la m.ir, illln his ilnlliek
HIHl Hid IuhIi In Ihn lintel l.islir Ilinll
nn Ixxlk in tltlmr IwiHiie Which la
HiilliM suiiii fnr a Ih'IIIiim iiiniallhili
ire.,' !!:.." kflWY'
iJlBiii, M5 mIi,
TRY BIG FEAT
May Catch Baseball Dropped
658 Feet From Metro
Ulg IM Sweeney, the, YnnkccB' star
catcher. In going to catch a hnacball
thtuwn from Iho Metropolitan Tower,
or, at least, ho expects In smother n
horschldo In Ills mitt that hns hccn
chucked from tho tiuS-foot building
top, says S. Farnsworth, writing to tho
Kxmnlncr from Now York iiiulcr
ilnlo of Mny 20th. Tio gfnnt back
slop hasn't ilccl.cd when ho will
mako tho attempt, hut It will proh
nhly ho on the roturn of tho YnnUccs
from Iho first Western trip, tho latter
part of Iiiiu month.
During tlio Yankees' visit In Wash
ington Inst week Sweeney ami Ford
took it walk out to the famous n imm
inent In tho Capital City ono morning,
und as they looked up to tho llttlo
windows near tho top, B50 feet from
tho base,' Sweeney remarket) thnt lie
believed he could spear a ball thrown
Will Try Out Doien Balls.
Charley Street or Iho Washington
club and Hilly Sullivan of (ha Wlillo
Sox hnc caught halls tossed from
tlio monument. Beforo thorn such
giants of tho diamond nn lluck Kvvlnu
Charley Snyder, Paul Haines and
Mnlachl Kltlrcitgc had failed.
"You would only lio equaling n rcc
ord If ion mndo tho cnlcli," sal.l Kord.
"Why don't on try to catch ono from
tho Metropolitan Tower?"
Although tho great Hptthall (linger
w.ih only Joking when ho mndo Iho
reninrk, Sweeney took It seriously,
and since then hr.a been planning to
execute tho Becmlngly IniposBluto
"I'm Riiro 1 can mako tho catch,'
snld Sweeney. "Tho sclcnco of tho
play Is to judgo tho hall. Onco 1 get
my hand on Iho pill I know I can
hold on lo II. I shall get ono of tho
boss to drop tho halls, and It may
tako at least n dozen beforo I bhnll
try to grab one. I will linvo to gaugo
tho coiikx). they will tnko beforo I
mako tho attempt.
Danger It Attempt.
"Tho only danger In making such
a catch Is to get under It property.
If ono of tJicm comes down and lilts
mo on tho head I guess I would novcr
play baseball again. Dill I havo al
ways been pretty accurate In Judging
II. v halls. When tho ball lands In the
glovo I shall havo my arms extended
out straight from the shoulders, but
will let them ilrnp with It. Uy this
means I will ho able to break a whole
lot of force.
"Charley Street has told mo thnt
tho ball ho caught from the Washing
ton Monument must havo weighed
20n pounds when It landed in his
Street has heard of Sweonoy's plan
lo bleak his record, and xavs that ho
may beat Illg IM to It. Hut dabby
Is not at all confident that cither ho
or Sweeney can do It. Street says
when ho mndo tho catch from tho
monument ho thought tils arms had
been taken clean nut of their wickets
Good Judge of Balls.
"I let tvvclvo balls go by beforo I
could get under ono properly. Yes,
It was tho thirteenth 1 captured.
When I hnd barely touchod tho
twelfth one 1 knew I was to succeed.
My ncrvo caino hack and when tho
thlitecnth arrived I closed In on It
and held It fairly and squarely,
"I can't say very much about It
only thnt tho force was moro torrlflc
(Imii that of nny ball I had cvor
caught In my life, cither batted or
Well, anything a Washington mnn
can do a Now Yorltor ought to go ono
better. And that Is Just tho way
Sweeney fools about It. Ho Is such
an oxcellont Jtulgo of high lifts ho Is
pictty stiio of making this wonderful
THREE YACHTS RACE
FOR IRWIN CUP
Tin co yachts havo entered In tho
raco for tlio Iiwln Cup on the 39-inllo
coin hi milsldo tlio harbor tomorrow,
the Chailotto I', (Jlndys und Kamo
hiiuieha being thn ones' which will bat-
tin wllli wind und sen fur tho posses
slou of the cup
In tlio two past jears tlio cup was
won i by the KiimehaiiH'hu mid
unco by t'hiirlnttu C, nnd now thn crow
of the (lladvs Is going to ilu oirthlng
possible In secure it hold on tho trophy
fur Iho present year.
Tho men Is culled ill 10 o'clock, und
thu KumchmiMlm shirts nl sinitch
Cliiirlolte I' rc.elws ii lulu S!V Nov,
mnl (lliiiljs 3, niln 8 nc
All Ihn tii'hlliiu funs will bn busy
liilll.illiiM wllli ram up In hulh Ihu
IIhviiiII mnl Uiiiiuiiiiii .lulls Tim blH
IMM' will U' U,H' lilt' IWlnJlls lllu,
In lm I nl Ml w'Mis'li, Willi' Ills irl
lv will Im uii Hi t lltlin lliv Nilwr
n'ti rrn t: rr sttt r n n n n ti n ti
It 6P0RT CALENDAR. tX
tt If Mahngorn of baseball nn. oth- tt
tt or athletic; tcnrim.would notify tho tt
n B it I lo 1 1 n of tno eiaies ot pro- n
tt posed mntchcg so that such In- tt
tt formation could bo plttcctl In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt slderod a favor. Address all com- tt
tt munlcntlons to Sporting Kdltor, tt
tt D ii 1 lo 1 1 n omco. . n
tt Sunday, Juno 4. tt
tt Uaseball, Athletic Tark Stnrs.Jt
tt vs. P. A. C.! Hawaii vs. J. A. C. tt
tt Sugar League At Ales, Homo tt
tt Team vs. Kwa; at Walannc, it
tt Homo Team vs. Wnlpahu tt
tt Pearl Raco Honolulu Yacht Club tt
tt Saturday, June 10. tt
tt Fifteen Hound do nt Orphcum tt
tt Ilctwccn Patsy McKcnna and tt
tt Kid Ocorgo of Snn Francisco, tt
tt Sunday, June 11. tt
tt IlasobnlU Atholtlc Park r. A. C. tt
tt vs. Hnwali; J. A. C. vs. Stars. U
tt Sugar Loaguc At Walpahu, tt
tt Homo Team vs. Alca; nt Hwa, tt
tt Homo Team vs. Walanac. ft
tt Opening Oahu Junior League tt
tt First Scries: Anla vs. PaUma tt
tt Jr.; C. A. U. vs. Asahl. tt
tt Monoplnno Flights Masson at tt
tt Leltchiia and Walker at Hllo. II
tt Baseball Walalua vs. Walaleo tt
tt at Wnlalec. II
tt Monday, June 12. " tt
tt Fifteen Mllo Itaco Athletic tt
tr Park; King and Hiibcnetto. tt
tt Motor Cyclo Races Kaptolanl It
tt Park, tt
tt Thursday, Jund 22. tt
tt'.Coronatlon Hay Cricket Match, tt
tt Alcxnnder Field. tt
TO DEFINE AMATEUR
nUDAPUST, Hungary, Mny 20. Tho
International committee of the Olym
pian games will meet hero Tuesday.
Prof. William JI Slonno represents
America, while I.oril Dcfcborough and
tho Itcv. Itobert S. do Courcey Laffan
aro tho delegates from Hnglnnd.
The most Important work Is to ar
range n program for tho llftli Olym
pian games at Stockholm In 1913 anil
to decide vvhero lo hold Iho Blxth In
1916. An attempt will bo made to
reach nn agreement regarding tho In
leriuillonnl definition of an amateur.
Tho municipal oillcJals nnd Hungar
ian sportsmen have arranged social fes
tivities nnd tin athletic display. Includ
ing a patade nn the Danube by the
members of tho rowing club for the
benefit of tho committeemen.
TO COMPFTF ARR0AD
t'AMIlItmar:. Mass. May 19 Har
vard nnd Ynlo will tonight formnlly
accept Iho challenge of Oxford and
Cambridge for u scl of track games to
bo held In lrfin.lon next July. The
Americans will ask, however, that the
games be held twn weeks later than
July Ii, tho dalo suggested by thn Eng
lishmen It Is not believed thnt this
will cnui-c any hitch In the negotia
tions Tho main reason for urging thn
latter dale Is that It Is not believed
that adeeiuato transportation for thn
lnrgo squad of athletes can bo secured
on the ocean liners In June, when the
lourlsl travel Is heavy.
ANOTHER NO-HIT GAME
NI3W nilUNSWICIC. N. J.. Mny 14.
James Zlegler, the pitcher of Iho Rut
gers Preparnlory Hchnnl baseball team,
distinguished himself again by pitching
his second no-hlt game this week
Zlegler's homo Is In New York City.
Rutgers Prep won tho game. Thn
score was 5 to 1 Zlegler struck out
twelve men jesterdny and twenty-two
on Wednesday Rutgers Trrp's oppo
nent was Stevens Preparatory School
rt k a
lltlSSBLnORF (Rhelnlsh Prussia),
May 1C. After n career of six wcoks,
tho notitschlnnd, latest of tho models
of Count Zoppelln's lll-fntod dirigible
balloons, stranded tMny on tho roof of
Its shed, a total wreck. Tho crow nnd
passengers escaped Injury.
Tho finish nf Hie nlrshlp was less
spectacular than that of Its predeces
sors, but moro complete
Tho accident occurred ns tho
DeutHchland was being released for a
passongor tllp Night pnshongers,
four men nnd four wnmon, l.ad scnt
pil themselves In tho cnhln, tho crows
wcro at tholr posts and 200 men on
tho ground clung to tho guide ropes
as tho powerful craft slowly emorged
from hor berth and, under prnssurn
of over half a million ruble foot of
gas, struggled to bn frco.
NKW YORK, May SO. Jimmy llrltt
and "OneJniind" Hugim will be trav
eling companions, In tho Paclllc Const,
vvlurn both nxpect to pass Ihn Hummer
llrltt Is iindichled as Ip his plans for
thn fiiliir.', but ImpcM lo seciirn n mutch
with Untiling NVImiii In Now York imx!
Hepleinbrr "Ono lliuind" IIi'Kiiii Is go.
lug In ('iillfonihi for ii rest, Im wi
Next ivi'i'li-i'iid will bn n ureal iiiih
fur mri In Uiiiiuiiiiii, fnr with Kami..
I" I'll "lid spin la or nil Mml.
in iiihllliim lu Hie i miliar lm tinmen.
Ihih' n III Im Miiil.'lllllin lining in(iry
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