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I' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1911. H'aJ)
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Youngsters Training Hard for Big Event on Garden Island
Kauai Athletic Club Ready to Enter A. A. U. and Records
Big Crowd Sees Matches at
Armory San Francisco
Lad a Surprise.
Thc'Khmehamehn truck tram will Association. Many valuable prize
Journey tg Knunl this summer to com-,,mVP ,,ein pl,t u" 1,y ,h" Km'1 Hnort"
flOHTERS READY FOR LONG BATTLE
Pntsy McKcnnn nnd Kill George, tho fans who liue not attended tlio bouts
tub niUldlcutlKlitx who will buttle over 'lately uiu making their n-ii.iratluiin t
a llfteeit-rilmul eourm1 in'xt Hiittirdny
utteiul H.ltlilil.iy nlKlit.
I IHrlc Hulllvntt. tin lmtiulnr miort wild
nlKht, are puttlili! the UnUhli.K touches , )roinotng tho B,U, ha!, ,I1CI, ,,
on their eekM of training these dayfl.'Kruilalakn nml Wllllnlim In the open.
u lid when the ttto lad tcp Into the nK liout, anil these lioyn will utep funt
rllif?, both will lie remly for nny pace oiioukM til Ket the faiiB' nppetltu whet
the other 'tttiiitit to cut looie teil up for tliu bltt kh thut will furiilkli
AIcKeunii nun ucorge are Dotit looK-he pinln part of tho eenlni?'n excite
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HU.O, June 13. The boxing boutu j.,1 upon uh, coimrs hi the B'lu.ireil clr
.. H..I liU...! n...l l.n l....ta ,nt l.n Whlrll tftntf Itllirf fill HlltlirilllV nllfllt lit .iln nm Hiut lili In Ipnliilmr tiliilt I ..l..t -a....1.. k. ..!. ,1... H.I.I..
ura u.llli ( f II If nr I ll I tin Hi' irmii'it mill mu iit n iiuiii mo ..----- .--r. .. hkk ao . m ! itivti t,ui,ii ".imtin wiiivil iiif hkhi' in u
peie teams ot tlio kiiiuii. AUiletic . . . . th() Arinory wer unusually InterertluK That they arc In line toudltlou was tlielr in.lnliiL- niiirt..r-. nnrh ilnv Mr-
Aswclatlon In the track and Held meet nt.com,,ni,y the Knin tenm on the trip, uml wro attended by the liirKt,st crowd shown luwt Monday In the ruce uKalnit Kennn Is worklnn out. at Tort Hhaftor
which will bo held at I.lliue I'arlc on hn nil tho plantations of Knunl tho which ban been present at an exhlbl- Soldier KIiib. mill all the) in-p-JJ li n nml GeorKo at the, l'nrlf Theater, anil
July A. The hoys are all nnxlous over bciy-i nro out eery vvenlne after work,' tlon of this kind for many months Tho llttlo .sparring to -iiep" their st'rpphm their dully trnlnluu stunts show that
the trip mid nro practising hard out at trnlnlnjr rbr the coming mee.t. ninln event went the limit and result- eyes In condition and their 'muscles both nr In trim for ti long Bet-to
the Rchool. Only part of the tejni will I As steps hnvo been token for the eil In a decision for tleorgc Inglo of loosened up. , Isutunlny night The local critics will
fW.n'smmny lmve not the time to make, Koual Athletic, Association , to Join the, t&in l-YnnclH-,0 over Ben De.,Melly, Uio, Thu fun,uro taklis,n loLof Intircst bo mirprlniul It, tho 'battlo Is ended
lie trip. J a. A U., tlio records of thVrncei.wli'riochlvmaM'.Tho dvcHfoti'waM.tlmtbnli- lii1ih"i1lMittUi.'l(.ia Ix-en'iiianyimon'tnii iniW'tixt tolniila.-'anJ-somo of t
There will be twelve members on tho probably Mono. Among tho star nth- oneXwhlch could li.ive been rundered, alncc, any two men mi clevtr and ocn-, wlp ones look, for both men to bo dn
trnck tenm, out of, which number a letea.who wlll(competo on the Knunl ns. Ingle, who was twenty pounds light- y mutched li.iu been pitted against their feet at the end of the llfteenth
baseball tenm will be innilc up to try team Is J. K. HoppeP, n good broad erl than tho Portuguese, landed ten ,.ut. other lure, nml hundu-ils o? light' round, barring accidents,
conclusions with miiiie of tho tcums nnd high Jumper. J. Fnssoth, who clenn blows to his opponent's ono and Si, ,iiju--;----r-----i-----------------i
there. clenred B ft C In. In tho high Jump had the best of the scrap from start to
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n If Mnnngors of baseball nnd otli- ti
Among those turnliicr out dnllv Is O. n, flm ltnvu' Plr.1,1 In tho InterRehnlfiH- nnlMll I
Mnnolin" who made a good showing In tic me(t, will compete for tho Mnka- The bout was a pecullur otje. From H
lha ll'lnnimlni. mAl In Mn.nli t 1 f ...lt ..... r, .l.nH l u.i.IhIa ... . ..... . .. ... . ...... .. .- i .,...
... ..... ..,,... iin.1 ,,i ..i.iii. . ....- vvil iillll. li. miim n i. ninmni mu SlUTl lO IIIO CIIU JUglO UllUpiCU IIIU
icn nnd A. Al.iu are training for tho from Kllnuen who Is said to finish the mlno tactics, llo would walk straight
.rlnts also Harold Godfrey, who 1ms hundred ynrds In 101-B seconds nh.l into Do Mello, his left shoulder thrown If ."n,n,Sfi ,7,7, a w,,i , i ,V,. M
inrge of tho team. Is conlldent that will bo n hnr.l ono to bent In tho J0 i.IkIi us to completely cover that 2 1"J,,o "in of "tlioXtes of nri! S
""""" "' "u,u " " --"---- tmo oi uis iace. jioin gloves nuoeu in jj posed matches bo that such In- H
things seriously, nnd the hoys nro t,4 protection nnd necr left tho vl- JJ formation could be placed In the U
working bard In order to bo In the cty f bis head, except to Whip out U sport calendar It would lie con- 3
fiest of trim for tho meet. It,, ,, i,iow whi,.!, always landed clean aldercd a favor. Address nil com- ti
Thoso who have signed up for tho u,cd his elbows nnd nrms for body tt munlcatlons to Hportlng Editor, ti
Manoha will hold his own In tho
sprints, although thero nro mnny good
sprinters on Knuat. (1 lienjnmln will
cover the mile, nnd ho Is n gnmo run
ner. In tho field events W. Knmnlo
plll, H. Noah nnd A. Knlnnlhuln will
be Btro'ng. '
The Kum team will lenvo here on
June 29 nnd return on July G, Whllo
on tho n.irden Island tho team will bo
tentr are as follows! i
tt Uullotln Office.
tt Saturday, June 17.
air are ns ioiiowss v 'protection In such n manner as to
Tf. flnilfrev frantnlnll C Knmnlo- inn.. ....i. ,.ia i,i.i.,a..a vr.oa.i i. ni.
., .... .r .. ., ... ,ru,1! .(11,1 llli mi.tivjn v,...v. ... ..- .. . .,.. mm
pill. R. Nonh. A. Almii II. Pnbln, J. tack, nlu, lmlr of Do Metlu'H blows In n fieen jtounil no ni urpnoum a
Kntilil, O Knnnohl. W. Wnlnlenlo. C. ,. nllon wero blocked by good el- Motwn- I'atsy McKerihn nnd
under tho enro of tho Knunl Athletic 1)111 nice.
Ilosen, a, Mnnohn, A. ICnlanlhuIn and
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Last Championship of
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American speed and stamina, on llm
cinder path bun again been demon
strated superior to that or nny other
nation of tlio earth, nnd the English,
and Australian distance runners hnvo
been glcn another evidence, that tho
Americans nro the premitn' perform-
When Jones of Cornell ran n half
mile In one minute fifty-four und four
fifths seconds In the auuuul Intercol
legiate meet, held at Cambridge,
Mass., on May 27, and then followed
this by hanging tip a new world's
nmatour record for tho mile, he gao
the gieatcst exhibition of distance
running cvor seen.
That mile record had stood n't 4
min. ID 3-5 seconds ever slnco Tommy
Connefl put It thero at tho Amerlcin
Uritlsh track meet at Travers Islant
In 1895, but Jones clipped a fifth of a
second oft of It, oven njter his won
Great Ilrltatn has nlwajs boasted
superiority over America In point of
distance runners, and it took Johnny
Hayes to show tlio Drltons something
different. And when fitly Hasklus,
of Pennsylvania wax rainplng through
the East threo or four ears ago 'win
ning nil tho big Intercollegiate dis
tance races, tho Australians wero
happy because Hasklus comes from
Now Jones has made Hasktns look
like a plouglihorse. Ami another fea
ther dropped from Client Drltalu's cap
when Conneff's record wiih broken.bo
cause Conneff, whllo n member of tho
American team, was an Irinli hnrrler
ami learned his dlstnnco running In
the old country,
America now holds practically nil
of the cinder path records. I.unghl,
tlio Italian, is tlio holder of the half-
mile record, hut that's about all.
Jones ovon looks good to Jireak tlio
professional record hold by W. O
In tho Intercollegiate meet the
teams finished as follows:
Cornell finished In tlio van with
30V4 points. Pennsylvania dropped 10
fourth wjti 18 2-3, points, Yalo being
second with 241i points, Just one-half
a nolnt ahead of Michigan. Tho other
teams finished as follows:
Dartmouth, 9: I'llncolon, 8; Har
vard, 0; Amhetst, 5; Columbia, C;
Williams, 3; Massachusetts Tech.,
3 1-3; Rutgers, 2; Pennsylvania Slate,
2; Brown, 1.
t: tt tt
Thero was n biseball game at tho
Hoys' Industrial School last Sunday
urternoon between the hecond tenm of
that Institution and tho Walalu.au, In
which tho WolnU'U boys won to the
tune of 10-3. It was a great game nnd
, tho boys wero rejoicing at their vie-
bow work lnglo would walk up so
close to Ills opponent Hint the latter
would hart to shoo hhn away. IJo
Mello would rain blows on hR. gloves ' Ilnseball P. A. C. s.
.....I .n..... u win.,.,,, mu iiiitini- dm tt Stars vs. Hawaii.
The lust of niunv championship
tt "Kid' Qeorgo of San Francisco, ti hauuball loiunaineiits.lii the old V. M. I
tt Avlntlon Hy Mosboii. tt O. A. building will slnrt eurly next
Sunday, June 18. ' tt. mouth, unit utter It h concluded tho
J, A, C; ti' trophy nip that goes with the annual
mark-, and '-.uddtnly the little fellow " IlascbullEwn s Walpaliu; Alea tt
would whip over a left book, followed Y uianac. u
by n right cross, both landing easily. Aviation Dy Masson. it
Thero were not more than two or Thursday, June 22. tt
threo illnches In the entire bout, which Yacht Ilace (Wrens). Ili.beit- tt
lasted ten rounds, and In tboso lnglo tt nn C,ip tt
came out on top. Ills work was clean tt Coronntlon Day Crlckot Match, tt
Stnnilhig of tho National. American nml fast, nnd while hoNs not gifted it Alexander Klcld. it
und t'oust league baseball toams up 'with n very heavy blow, with n ninn t' Monday, June 26. it
to Wednesday. Juno 7. Is given below: of his own welcbt thero would have Held Jleet at l'Ort Sliarter. n
'.. '-.- I .. - -. .. -.. ...... .
ijihuinplourhlp will bo retired from nc-
Chlcnco 27 1
New York 27 17
I'hlladelphl.i 27 18
Pittsburg 25 19
Ht I.ouls 22 21
Cincinnati 22 23
Ilrooklyn 1C 29
Huston 11 34
been nnnlher stnrv to tell.. Do Mello tt Tuesday, July 4. . it
l'et. w-na cnutloncd several tlmos for foul- tt liasoball with Kelos St. Iiuls tt
02S lug. becoming nngry nml butting, when tt .Alumni vs. Kelo University. it
.014 hn found ho could not get through tho tt "
.coo Bnrd ot his nntagonist. ittnttnnttnnattttnan
SWTlfo'ilrcllm'lmiry bouts were all 111- J FANDQM AT RANDOM
wJ.IfVS ""I"'." r" 0t 'T '"""' Tlio Aula MMi. fwrmlh Ilono.
. IIIO mull) mm in Kyu tunvn it min (,
Chicago .: 21
Now York 21
St. Louis 13
Shodu. If i I'uiiiuiuulo, II).,
hlii, rr , .Miuluiiu, p.
Aula, - l.lttlejuhu, ss.; llrlto, ;b.
Kuahi, Jb.. Cushlugbuiu. c; Apau, u.
San Francisco 30
Oak'lnud 3.', 33
Sacramento , 31 33
I.os Angeles 20 42
"WHITE HOPE" WILL
BATTLE JULY FOURTH J
matter of" lying down. Tho most Hag- ''" JJl'.'o In name nt Aula Park
runt case was In tho bout between Ah Monday urternoon by the scoro oi -
Kook, tho little lighting Chinaman, and to 1. Lineups und score;
Young Milne. Things went along oven- jUlllllrau Oakl, 2b; Yuinualilru,
iy tor ino nrsi rouno, inn mo iiaoiu .... .,.., ,. u.......n uu
. 1 JU,j ,111, III, .., U.U, VI., I'U'IHIH .,
" irieu 10 mix in mei wecunu nun ,n
.558 00)i wn 1,4 tlio favfirite of tho fans
6- In thlsT city, gave hlin "wot for" In
M0 good sllape. In the third round Mllno
.41.1 lt-.l Aw -..! n. . A..I l. ,1k.hlll H , lhJ
133 , .V; ... , . r i T, - C ''''". wiineiui, lr.r Ham nop, p.:
"' fore Hit was hit, but 'whllo Ah Fook ' ' '
.285 ..r..l f hln. 't.,.i,ii i.n,u. oiu". "
. nuo n.,..b...n ..- -.....,
calculated and was not touched, nnd o 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
rtcfef-ee Flynn very promptly gave'tbo u 1 u u U U U 0 0-1
bout to Ah Fook It, Is hardly likely "au '"
ihr.l'S.lilifn will nnnone tn thh'rlni nruln Aulas
r.29 " :. " ; ' .L". "L ' ..5. ."?....., Huns o 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-:
111 HUB Uliy , ll ....in HUMHftnil .....
.r,tr, .j .. -. ...... ...... -,i.n. .. Uuso hits o o 2 t o o o i 5
lor 11. nnu es.eviuiiy nmvu ntniiiiii ni- i ,
B,B rles of his work have cdme'liere from , . ,
.484 tronoiuiM ' ' I Patsy McKenim,' tho- clever nilildlo
u.,n. R..t. nirk.rd. weight, who will meet Kl,l ueorso next
Jack lllckard ulso turned his back Saturday night. Is "no sleuth of a ruu-
f .... in f.-rn,irlh round of their l'r," us MarK jwain wouiu say. iv:
Lout Mliough i Had tuketi a scvero 'vtnnii loped along for two una a half
beating before that and Was practically "" ugiiium emuitr n.inK u ....
.. ... . ...... ..... j..,i ,i, iinv nnd llulshed still on bis toes, uml
TULSA. Okla., May 27. Jim Mynn """""' '.'.., '?... win. those long Ic-h moving us If they
and Curl Morris have llnally signed I "" " ," " ' "" , , " tuw ,,.- ..,
articles to light liflwi rounds hero on ; " " " t ,,, UH Htrunt , ollgllt t0
the urternoon or July 4. ... . .. .. ,.. .,. i,.,.., ..,'..,., mnln thu stockier Ueorgo liunin hlui-
Tho terms under which tho pugilists ," " "- ."' ... . ' ".,,
nro to box wero
Is known, however.
celvo more than $5000 for hi:
. .. .. ... . . . i rnnpM
Hot i nynn nnu .Morris navo ugreeu -.- - -- - - .. inli.1 tllte
not to engage In nny tattle between -jveloped that Rkkards iaW had been "
now and July 4. Morris iigni wiiu.'-- , ,. imd been. ItMsiimn to-seo what a mink
i nU IITM HVIM wo, wvnvvt - -- -
pr which tho pugilists ,"" " '""" ' "" """ "
not made public. ItW J""'led "' ' tcei '' tl",c,
r, that llynn Is to re- waiting for the count llo .
l .id nf'tatK weak In tho fourth nndjnfter re-' Mlko Donlln.
lis enu oi v . .,i., -,i, i.i.,. ,,,
Iceiving somo hard siuuslies went on the eenterllildtr, nult buseball two yt
l' ropes and Flynn stopped the light. It ago und went on thu singe with
n famous New York
After the public
fin got what a good ball player Mlkil
Denver Jack" Cleyer, scheduled for tho
night or Ji.no o. was eanceiei. ni.er .no . , , . , , , t rostulod.. Thu
Flynn-Morrls bout was arranged. "cj, the hitter I elni. vvcok vvii.n iiji . ,,.,,., ,,,,
Flyun expects to enter tho rg stopped the bout, nniiw,. no ne nu.i ... ....-.. -
........ ,.i, i,r. ,u. Morris Manila man practically out, was un- few das ni.o.
irolmbly will light nt 235.
tt tt tt
viiioii... immed Lola' find Young Dola- uclilr ho was, and for the lust year no
. ... . .. i.i.. i i.n.i'l,n Nr.tlolml lotiilillsslon relllfctuteil him a
0AHU LEAGUE MEETING
able to llnlsh him The bouts, nil In
nil were verv satisfactory to tho pub- Mln I.mns Koon Hhln, c: Lee Shin
He. nml tho next exhibition should P-i Lnl Sin. Hi; Kin Fong, 2b i Ah Kj,
bring out u still better crowd. It under 3b ; Los fhong. if.: Klkl. cf-lf.
tho same management. Hoao, tho Ho- Wiih'MuiiH Ah Pin, c.; K. M. Aha
... ..... ni.niiunln nn. li' All (MievV. 111.! HoiiLf I.nl. 'lt.l
.. ...i".- iKiitiiu Kinipper, ll.o lnuv,i t, v,.i,.v,m" " - - -y - - ' -
riinrlili tll iKe, tor tho third of July. Ho Is Ah Kong, 3l.j K, Yee, ss.: Qunn Leon,
w oven- tmUienvy for thu local man, however, if.; Hen YppVcf.; AnMIln, cf.
tlvo Hirvlco and tho handball pluycrs
will go hito thu new bulldlui.' with a
clean slate and un entirely new lineup. I
Tho reason for this Is that over In
the new building the court Is n four
wall one, whereas In tliii old building
It-Is li thrve-uull court The Y M C
A. uuthorltles believe thut thero Will
liu such u difference in tho gumu on
tho two courts thut tho trophy won
on the old cuurt would not" necessarily
stand for u championship title In the,
Three men now hnvo n "leg" each on
the cup; Hint Is, each ll.ih won It once.
If It Is won twlco by any ono player,
ho gets permanent possession of thu
prlite. Dr. Hand believe thut one'ot
tho three men Is pretty likely to repeat
past- performances, but If nono does.
uml koiiki player who has not figured
before conies along and cops tho title.
tho cup will bo retired nnd placed In
tho list of trophies of the Y. M. C. A..
and u new trophy offered for tho chant-
plor.shlp matihes oir tho new court.,
.'It-Is dxiiccted that "tho building Will
ho Unbilled und furnished ln,Septembcr
and the opening inuy bo lichl on Sep
tember 25. The contractors are fur
iiheud ot schedule.
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NATIVE SONS GET
TWO MORE CRACKS
U Noah, tho crack fhortstop on the
Kumehnmelm team, has signed up with
the Havvalls and turned out for pruc'
tlsu Saturday afternoon. Noah Is ex
pected to play In tho next game. J
Minima, another Kum boy, will bo. In
tho box Sunday for the Hawaii team.
tt XX 3
FANDQM AT RANDOM
In a game of baseball In tho Plnnta
tlon League last Sunday, tho Wolanoes
trimmed tho Hvwi bunch by tho scorn
of 9 to 4. It vvnb n good gumo und
many spectators wero on hand townteli
Tho Mln I.um Junior school team de
feated tho Wall Mun Juniors hy u
scorn of 7 to 4 Sunday morning nt
Aula Park. This gives them the
chainplonshlp. . Tho llnu-up was as
Next Sunday morning tho O.ihu Ju
nior series will bo continued, when the
Pulamns meet tho Mohocks In tlio Hrst
gaino und Aulas will play the (' A U
team In tho second game.
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All IEEN EVEEYWHERE
On June 1 our delivery leaves tovvnj
at 10i30 a. m. dally) ateo calls fori
laundry. PHONE 1862.;,'
Martin Sheridan hung up n new
vvuld'H record for the discus u week
ngu, hurling It a few Inches over 141
fed. nnd breaking his own mark inado
The Oahu League will hold a bnsl- Hiu strapper, has Issued n challenge nn, p.; Ah Chew', lb.; Hong Lai, 2b.:
liess meeting In President
liillllngvvorth's oltlce -tomorrow
lug. Among tlio ciiiestlous to bo nmI t))(.ro wm H, nothing doing In this
luoiiuht UP .will' bo that bf allowing u,,,,. oil llkVllhood A return match Thero was a baseball gumo played
tho Native Sons nnd Japanese Inueball nt cither ilftetn or twenty rounds Is nt Fort Shutter yesterday urternoon bo- n yrnr ngo,
teams to truvel to Maul, vvhero they mmi, Hkily. tw'"' companies it nnu i m which
urn willed trt meet In u Imheball game. tt tt tt tho rormer wort 9 tq 5. llastball H Tho P A. P and J A l will meet
A cup will b avvanleU tho winning "I've seen Soldier King run for, tho going some nf tho foit Teams nro out n tho llrst game Sunday, and tho Un
learn by tho Maul Athletic Association last four yearij, and lie always runs every iln
Tho Maul people are nnxlous to seo cm the squnro and gives the best that's '
these two tennis play, as they ar the n him," mid a man who wntched the Investigation has shown thut New
torv A return match will soon tul.o; strongest combinations In tho Oahu rucu ut Athletic Park. King has it loiyori eiiurciigaroameninuiy lacking
walls and Stars will play the second
game Until games should bo closo.
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