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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911,
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BEALS WRIGHT WANTS TENNIS
, EXPERTS TO STOP IN HAWAII
If Urals WrlKht la ii member of the
Aiiierleau tennis team that will go to
Australia this summer, ami If Ills
wVhcs are followed by tin other mem
ber of the team, tho tennis ciithuxl
aets of Hawaii will have an opportu
nity of K'olnt; tho national oxp.-rts In
nrllun. Thin Is tho slit of a letter that
has been received by A. K Cnstlo from
Mr. t'astte wrote to WrlKht porno
time uk" In an effort to prevail upon
litm to have Ihc tcilin stop olf In I In
nolulti on the waj to Australia. In the
course of IiIh answer WrlKht stntcs
Unit the iicwepaper reports of the per
sonnel of tho team that will K" to Auk
tralla thin slimmer ore cotiiltlcrnlily
premature, and that, us a nutter of
There Is a splendid chance of seeing
a Rood llfteen-niile race In Honolulu
soon. J Inutile Kltxgerulil. who has won
cvi-rj lliluc In slKbt In Australia, was
ail arrival In Honolulu yesterday by
rit'zBerald iiiuieh to Honolulu to nr
raiiKi) soiuo racea with tho loiiK-dls-tance
inen who nie now here, especial
ly Soldier KIliK. KlnK Is In town and
ready for nnyllilnc In tho rtitmliiK line,
uml thero Is a chance of these two men
pullliiK orf u llfteen-lnlle race. Jack-
son also wants tj Bet another try lit
the champion anil believes he can tnko
second place, with Klili? third. This Is
KolliK tome If Jackson can make Rood.
.Ilmnile l'ltjiKcnihl has won many
championship events while In Austra
lia and New Zealand. So far he has
not been defeated over tint tlfteeu-nille
course, and Is anxious, to meet Soldier
KIiik. who has not been defeated over
that distance yet. If such a race should
be pulled olT It will be Rood entertain
ment, us both in mi would do their
best to poll down llrst prize.
On December 10 tho bit; ruiuiliiK
event In Australia took place. It was
a ten-mile rare between I'ltZKcrahl anil
Jack Mackenzie, In which tho latter
ipilt after running three miles.
On December 21! the una inllo cham
pionship race took place, ut which tlmu
ntZKcruld. had three opponents 1 1.
Thompson, bolt IlopplHK mid V. Sir
Ciibe. ntZEirnlil won lliU event In
It was iiImiuI n week later when a
nte-inllc race was pulled olf. There
went live entries, ami lltzgerald won
It easily In 27:2i.
lie then went liter to New Zealand,
where be competed In a llve-nillo In
door nice, which ho won, covering the
dlktanco In 21:20.
KltzKrnlil made a splendid record for
himself while In Australia, whining
twelve events out of fifteen. Ho holds
' iliit woild's record for the llrst inllo and
llrst ten miles In tho marathon dis
tance, making tho llrst inllo In 4:52
mid tho second In S:S2.
1'ltzKcrald Is anxious to meet Knori,
tho Wnlalua Hitrf-b," over tho full
marathon dlstunco and then hk.iIii ovir
tho llftcen-nillo course. Antono Kuoo
Is at present on Maul, but Is expected
down hero hriiIii roon,
KltXKulil wants to meet Hitlis Ilo
nier over tint fifteen-mile distance, and
will stnrt for New l'ork as soon as ho
has finished with tho race that may
be pulled oft here.
Whllo hero Fitzgerald will bo under
the management of Kugcno l.nvc, who
will promote a raco In tho near future,
Tho plan Is to luivo n race over llfteen
miles, with Jackson und King ai. en
tries from Honolulu. It Is probable
that Kuoo will be mulched against
Fitzgerald over the full marathon ills-"
taneo, but tho old man does not seem
to bo overanxious for racing.
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'ELI FOTTRELL WINS.
I'luyliig tho best tennis of his ca
reer, nil Knttrell of St. Ignatius College
won tho singles championship In tho
annual tournament of the Academic
Athletic League on tho courts of the
University of California nt Ilerkeley by
defeating James 'Hutchinson of I'alo
Alto High School In threo straight tots,
, 6-1, iJ-4. Tho Kt. Ignatius lad was
ut his best, and although tho Palo
Alto rneiuot wlehler played good ten
nis, ho was unable to enpo with tho
superior work of tho lanky St. Ignatius
fact, the membership of the team will
not be determined until after the New
port tournament WrlKht states, how
ever, that If he it fortunate enouKh to
be a inemMr of tho team ho will do
eerythliiK In his power to nrrnnRe the
xchediile ho the players run Ktop off
here mid knock the balls about for tho
benellt of local tennis clithuilastx ami,
IncldentallyVreRaln their land less.
It Is conslilcrctl a certainty that Wil
liam A. lirned, the national champion,
will be a member of tho team. The
other favored ns tennis representa
tives of the United Stntcs this year
are Wrjslit, Mcl-nURlilIn and Handy, al
though the team may eoiiMxt of a
much different personnel when finally
Word has cjmo from Knual that tho
Kameliumeliu track team will not be
allowed to compete In the track meet
o be held there on the Fourth of July.
ii in ivi.,. ,., nunc urni mu ii.i-.-i -.
be open only to bona tide
of the Island, which bars outsiders from
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The Kamehnmeha track team Is not
so anxious about the prizes as It Is for
a try at the records. Steps will 1st
taken now to have tho team go ami
run for tho records Insteud of tho
prizes which have been donated by tho
pioplo there. I
The Kniiiehamehas aro ready to meet
ii picked team from nil Knual In track
and Held events. This would not dis
courage nthlellcs there, ns they huvo
s onto star performers on tho Oarden
Island for tho different events.
Hans Fuxsnth, who leaves for bonis
this evening, Is one of the best Jumpers
III the Islands and will be hard In tieat.
J. K. Hopper Is another good man lilt
the Held events.
It Is said that the Knual records will
not Maud as Island records If tho
Kanls or any other team Is barred from
competing. It Is hoped that arrange
ments can hi- made whereby tho Kam
boy.t can compete and the records matlo
lit the meet recognized.
There nie a few of Ihe members of
the Kamehaiueha team residing on Kn
ual, which permits them to take part,
but the rest of the team, from tho
present outlook, Is out of It.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
Solomon Hoe, captain of tho High
School soccer nnd baseball tenins, grad
uates from that Institution tonight,
Solomon has been u tower of strength
to tho tenuis this year nnd will bo
intst-cd very much when school opens
Wilson T. Jones, u noted Alls
sporting editor, was a through pnsscn-
ger on tho Makura yesterday. Ho Is
on his wriy to the ihnthland tri study
and write about farming mutters for a
syndlcnto of Australian newspapers.
Charles Darren clnllns llo wns tllo
one who got Fitzgerald here, Ho Is
also manager of Soldier King. When
asked If ho was to promote the raco
ho said that there wiis nothing doing,
us he paKsed It up to I.ovc.
iums' Frfssnth. who nearly broke tho
Island retonl for tho high jump In tho
Interscholastlc meet, returns to Maku
well this evening on tho Klnnti, whero
ho will preparo for the Fourth of July
meet to bo held at l.lhub.
l,eter Murks, who has been taking
u (roiiilncni part In htlilctlcs at tHo
High School, graduates this year. Les
ter luis been one of tho representatives
ut (ill athletic meetlngs held by the
Tho Onhu Junior tennis uro putting
up homo lint) KiiniPH lately and Hliouhl
ilrnw larKi-r crdwils to their Rnnlen. .
Vfutsy McK'imii propn.ucil flulit lit
llllu will hn'i to Im culled off, us lit)
leaves fur the Coast tomorrow.
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ti SPORT CALENDAR. it
ti It Mnnnwrs of baseball and nth- it
ii er iitlilctic teams would nollfy tho it
tt 11 it I let I it of Ilia dated of pro- ii
it posed matches m that such In- it
it formation could lie placed In tho ii
ii sport calendar It would ho con- ii
ii sltlcrcd n fmor. Address nil com- Si
ti mnnlcntlona to Sporting Kdltor, it
it D u 1 lo 1 1 n omc-c.
XX Thursday, June 22,
XX Yncht Itaco (Wren?,!. Iti.Ufl l-
ii xoti o i;i
XX Coronation T).iy Cricket Match
it Alexander Field.
ti Monday, June 26.
I Xi Flclil Meet nt I'ort Shiiftcr.
it Tuesday, July 4
ii llanoball with Kcltis St. 1iuls ti
tt Alumni vs. Kol University. tt
Si .1. A. C. vs. Hawaii. Si
XX Track Meet. I.lhuo Knual First, SI
XX A. A. U. Snorts, St
WILL BE PICKED
Final selection of the two cricket
' teams that will play the big Coronation
Day mutch at Alexander Field next
Thursday will be announced following
ii meeting tonight of tho committee),
having tho arrangements In charge,
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tie till UlllllUSIieil ueillllS, IHH only 111
reatures of tho day's
Jnr(lan im H(1)(;rt Aniivmm-
win ntiiHMinri iliolp Imiiiih toinnrmw.
.nnd the best cricketers In this section I ,Tho managers,, nnd cnptalns of tho baseball tcrles was played on Alexan
of tho country will bo seen In action d'llferent teams art) shaping up their ,lrr '''clil last week,
on that day. In fact, this game fhnuld llJ;rB for the .coming scries and they Knch clus team played eight games.
u dandy one. Whllo tho cricket
game Is In progress, children's sports.
will bo going on at tho old campus, u
special committee having this In
The meeting tonight will be held III
tho rooms of tho Scottish Thistle Club,
beginning nt 8 o'clock.
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PHILAUKUUIIA, Juno 10 Charles
J. (Hidden, donor of tho (Hidden tiiur!
automobile trophy, spent sovernll
hours In motoring on tho outskirts of
10 southern section of tho city scuk -
I1R Iiiml,iB lea f,)r Btatlons nt tho
,.,, ,)IIIMJCI,KCr n0 ()lnt a Hcrn,
IinvBninlI company In IlosUul, of
whiph i, iM ,,,,i, ,,.. .....
tahllslilug throughout the cast within
tho next two years. From, lioro ho ex
pects to go lit llalttmoro tinil Wash
ington on n similar errand, llo tins
already decided Ulm sites In Wor-
coster, Springfield, Now lltiveu pnd
Bridgeport. Tho llrst Hue of ncrlnl
traffic will extend from Hostcm ' lo
Washington. Mr. (Hidden Is n firm'
bellovor In tho practicability of cur
rjiiiR passengers In grout notoplnnes,
und he thinks tho tlmo has conio for
commcuinl airships. Ho Is posljlvo
Hint In tho next ten years railnmiU
will hceomo hack numbers ns far its'
travelers and Iho mulls nro concerned.
"Pcrsnnnllv I am hanking on aero-
SSp2h vT,; '$5-
planes," he states, "for I bellovo lieav!1('0 sprinter, returns to his homo on
lor than nlr mnchtnoa will bn Iho' Kuunl tills evening. Ho will bo u con-
mbdo of travel In llio future I am
not Impressed wllh tho qualities
Ilrlglbles, although I havo one cn&i
peer In Germany studying wllh Count
Zoppolln mill another In Franco." .Mr.
midden snvs tho illrsliln lino will fol-
low (ho rullniuii trucks In their Intor-
clly HlKhtH wherever posBlhlo.
2185 eilllurlrtl roinns 2250
IiiisIiipnx iifllce. TlirMo are the tt'lu
Iiliouo numbers of the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
KEIO TEAM DUE
Tho llrst scries of tho Oaliu Lenguo
Is iibodt over now. Tho llawnll team
Is leitdlng the series, with tho J, A. Cs.
a close sceone. Tho Japanese will
j buck up against the Hawaii next Sun
j day, nnd n rattling good gnmo should
j result. If tho Nlpponeso win this
j gamo both teaiiiK will bo tied for llrst
O place. If tho llawulls hold their own
jj they will carry off the championship of
II the tlrst series.
" m win not nrrivo ncro
" J""" expected, but will land
'" Honolulu on July 4. Tho Persia Is
lo "" they '" to conio on. She Is
expected to leave S.in l'Vnnclsco nt 1
o'clock June 27 nnd should nrrivo hero
nbout noon on July 4. Tho J. A. C.
nnd Hawnlli are scheduled to play tho
tlrst game on tho afternoon nt tho
Fourth, which will give the Kelo team
snmn time to practUo after they land.
They should not need much practise,
us they have been nt tho gnmc up to
tho tlmo of sailing.
Tho Kelo team Is picked to win cv-
erythlng that's down here, nnd they
lliavo a good chanco of doing so. Tho
Saint nnd Hawaii nines nro about tho
only tenuis that could give them n rub
at least, so many of the fans think.
Most of tho baseball fans believe that
the St. Louis bunch will bo the only
tennt that will take the 'Kelo boys Into
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worked bard for about nn hour und a
...f. Hob ,.Ho I- getting Into trim
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.uunlliKt llio lvlti trum.
"ro comment "ml their learns can will
ut least one game from tho Kelos.
Rich team Is to play, the Kelo ag
gregation twice. This Is to glvo the
home tennis u chance to'linvo n return
match If they happen to lose tho llrst
game. The Chinese team Is anxious to
get u crack at tho Kelo nine, but there
Is no chanco for iliem to play Sunday
games. If convenient, they can ar
range to havo Homo week-day games
i with the Nlpponeso. This bus not been
settled by tho Chinese management ns
yet. It Is hoped that n short series
will be arranged, us It would be a groat
treat to seo these two teams go up
m-'aluHt each other.
ljist year the Chinese "won from tho
Wasedas, nnd' this Is n chanco for tho
Kelo nine tii get even with them. If
games could bo arranged with
two tenths it big crowd would
turn out to Sco iho match.
Tho Kelo boys havo been playing
good ball In the States. Whllo In
Mich lea n n gamo was played with tho
1'nlvorslty of Michigan team and they
stopped playing In the seventh Inning
Oil neeount of tho umpire's decisions. I
Tho game was finally continued when
tho Kelo manager went In and uni
plred tho rest of tho gniuo himself. Tho
result of tho gnmc wns thnt the homo
team won by tho scorn of 3 to 1.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Next Sunday tho last games of tho
llrst series In the Onhu Leaguo will bo
played. Tho Iluwnll nnd Japanese
i tennis meet In tho llrst game, whllo tho'
.Stars nnd Portuguese, piny tho second.!
Tho Alea baseball team won from the
Walannes Sunday to tho tune of 0-0.
The Alen bunch has tho championship
cinched, ns It has not lost n gamo yet,
Hwn, last year's chiimplon, Is second.
The Fifth Cavalry won lis third
straight gamo frout tho Second Infan
try Sunday by the score of 12 to C.
Tho cavalry team will meet thu Fort
Shutter bunch noit Sunday.
Do Mello nnd Oeorgo Inglo nro sched
uled to meet In the Miuiired ring nn thu
evening of July 3 In Illlo. Inglo got
tho decision over Do Mello hi u ten
round go somo tlmo ngn.
J' rrr Fernandez, the St. Louis Col
testnnt In tho A. A, U. nicot to bo held
of.11" n tlbFourth.
Tho rnco between Fltngeriild und
King over n llfteen-inllo courso should
I'o n good one. A largo crowd would
surely lurn out to seo tho moli run.
Clnrenco II. Walker, tho nvlntor, Isn
Idinnoth-fnceil boyfcho looks nnythliiKI
uui mo tiarctievii no lias ocen piciuruu
In the Coast newspapers.
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There were three good fights nt Sclio-
lletd Unrriicks last night. A big crowd
of fans were present and they enjoyed
tho bout to tho limit.
In tho main event of tho evening
Unuersocks won over Armstrong In tho
third round with n straight knockout
blow to tho Jaw.
Tho preliminaries wcro nil good nnd
some classy lighting was seen In tho
The llrst bout wns a" six-round nffnlr
lietwecn King of Troop U nnd Schwcl
gcrt of Troop D, which went the limit,
the latter getting the decision nftcr.n
In tho second event Kradalnk nnd
Smith of tho lloxpttnl Corps wero to
box elgfit rounds, nut It took only four
rounds for Kradalnk to put his man
There wns much betting when tho
main event took place, ns both men nro
known to bo classy lighters. From tho
start of tho first round till Armstrong
was sent to dreamland, both men did
boxing stunts that culled for applause.
Athletics nt Oaliu Collcgo wero fin
ished up for tho present school your
when tho last gamo of tho IntcrclasS
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men came out winners'. Tho games
wero close, especially tho last one,
when tho freshmen curried tho seniors
Into camp to the tune of (S to 4.
Ionian, the star pitcher of the col
legit team during iho school scries, was
not ulfowcd In Iho box for tho fresh
men, and so lilayed at llrst Instead.
II. Ilaldwin did tho catching for tlin
champions, whllo Sakal was In the box.
Until these players held their opponents
down In line style.
Out of tho eight games played. Ihe
frost. men won six nnd lost two, whllo
tho seniors won four und lost four. The
sophomores stood lust, with threo vic
tories mill llvo defeats.
The freshman team Is as follows:
W. Ium.iii. lb.; II. naldwln, c; J.
Yrip, ss.; l'odmore, 2b.; A. Yap, 3b.;
Tlmberlake, rf.; K. Moore, cf.s S. Aus
. FANDOM AT RANDOM
Thero wns n game of baseball played
at the Maklkl grounds Sunday morn
ing between tho Fhishllghth und tho
Oaliu team, hi which the Jatter won by
tho score of. 3 to 2 after un exciting
Tliprn wail a koixI erlrlcut mutch lit
tho Mnklkl Krminilii Katiinlny nftnr
lioiiii between teams t'liptuliieil liy tile
prcKldont anil vlco-preiilileiit nt tho Ho
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