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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, WEPNE8DAY, JUNE 21, J911.. .
Pfre ,,li n PB II MM m
Teams Will Be Strong When
School Opens Next
. Tho Hlhlcllc Btjuail tit Oalm CoIIcro
wilt hn Htrpnnllinnnl with tlwt fiiwlilni? I
of the rail term In September by tho
pre enco of, tlireo -Htnrs from St. Ixwis
CoIIcko and former Ktudcnts which
will swell the list of nthlctcs ulrcudy
. Huns KiiKsotli, William Hooks uml
Frank Mackenzie nro tlio tlireo that
will help tlin coIIorq teams to victory.
Hans Fasnotli comes from tit. IximU
College and Is the best high Jumper
in tho .Islands. Ho Is also Rood with
tho hiIo vault. Frank Mackenzie, will
ba back again on tho track team and
hi! will inuko the other sprinters go
some. Ho holds tho record for tho
100 yards dash nt the present tlmo.
Muckenzio has been away for a year
now, but will bo at his post again
when school opens. In addition to be
ing n Rood sprinter he Is n football
anil bnsebnll player of note Wf Hooks,
will be back again on the baseball
team after an absence of u year. It
also has been announced that Alex
ander Dosha will enter tho college
next year. Ho Is a good hurdler and
ono of tlio star baseball players.
Desha comes from tho Ililo Hoarding
Tho St. IjOiiIs CoIIcko baseball team
will loso a fow of its best playors.
Franco, who covers acroml baso In
fine style, and Joseph Fassoth, who
held tho position behind tho bat, will
go, and tho third man to lenvo tho
tram will bn Ah Tin, who put up soma
lino plays at shortstop,
Tho Knms nro strong for tlio open
ing year and aro in hopes of putting
up a strong team which will bring
back the victory In all sports. Nono
of the track team boys nro leaving
this jcar except Captain lien llusscy
of tho soccer team and Dan Knlnl of
tfio baseball team, who will be missed
when school oicns again.
Tho High School will loso ono of
their best all-round athletes this year
in Solomon Hoe, who has been cap
tain of tho soccer and baseball teams.
Solomon has been on tho noccer and
Imsoball teams und did good work.
Kenneth A,htor Is another member
who will bo missed. Lester Marks,
who has been on tho soccer and track
loams, leaves tho school this year. Ho
ban liocn ono of tho prominent mem
bers of the Athletic Association thcro.
It U planned by Oalm Collcgo to
have n dual schedulo with tho Knms
next year In all branches of sports
and It looks as though nn interesting
year of athletics will tako place.
Tho collcgo boys hno not put up
n soccer team for Bovcral ycare now
and It is rumored1 that they will put
out one during tho fall term.
BOOR WELLS MATCHED
WITH CHAMPION JOHNSON
LpHpfW, May 30. A light for tho
heavyweight championship of tlio world
has been arranged between Jack John
son and "nomluirdler" Wells, tlio claim
ant of tho 'English title, Tho bout wll
bn utiigcd by Hugh Mackintosh In lili
new riuli here. Tho light, which will
be for twenty rounds, U expected to
tako placo In" tho fall. Mcintosh re
fused to imiko public tho terms of tho
llRht, but said Johnson bad agreed to
meet Wells and expressed lili willing,
neks by cable during tlio ikibI ten days.
WKW "ypilK. May 30. Jack John
son, the heavyweight champion, left
New yi-k today for Chicago. Ho Is
expected to return to Now York by
next Hunday ilght nnd will sail Juno
for England to till theatrical engage,
inents. Those who saw Johnson before
lie took the train for Chicago said ho
made no mention of his mutch with
A girls' Icimlii tournament was held
during the last week of Heboid lit Oabu
Colli go, In which tilt the good tennis
players took part.
Tlio players were divided Into two
classes so ns to i;he the. girls a fair
hbow to enter the flimln, us It was liu
poislblo to give handicaps at that time.
Out of Class II, tho following girls
pialllleil for Class A:
Kdltli Hurt, Dora tingle, Alice Huogs
ami KUIe I,!dgiitc.
Tho following young Indict were aU
ready In Class A: Itutli Mellaril, tl.ir-
vie Ilo.'ceruns and ltay Churchill.
Tho tournament resulted as follows:
(I. ltuM-vrun beat A. Hongs, ti-3, li-3,
Itutli Mcliards beat D. Dugle, C-0,
i:islo I.ldgiitc beat It. Churchill, 7-5,
III tho Kcinl-llnals Kdllli llVt beat
KIMe l.ldgiite, C-3, G-3.
Itutli Hlehards bout; (larvlo llose-
crans, 0-0, c-0.
The lllinls ended with Itutli Itlehards
lis champion of the school for tho third
successive sear. IMItli Hart, the oppo
nent, played a good giiine, but was do
fontcit 6-1, 0-1.
The eoininltteo III elinrge of tha tour
nament was mailo up of one represen
tative from each class, and tho four
girls, Itutli ltlihuriK IMitb Hurt, Julia
Campbell and Itutli Super, umpired tho
McLOUGHUN AND LONG
STOCKTON, May 211. Tho third
day's play In the tennis championship
of Central California settled tho men's
doubles title, which was won by Mo
Loughllu and Long In u llereely eon
tested four-Kct mutch, from llntklnuud
Hunter. All the other championship
events were brought to tho final stage,
and It will requlrn only eight mutches
to complete tho tqurniimcnt.
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llubbcuette Is due to arrive In Ho
nolulu Saturday from the Cuast. lie
will be mulched with Vltzgeruld and
King us soon us bo arrives.
t: :i :: n i: n n it :t n is :: t: :i :t it
tt 8P0RT CALENDAR.
St If Mnnngcrs of baseball nnd nth
It it athletic teams would notify tho
tt 11 u 1 lo 1 1 n of tlio dates of pro
St posed matches so that such In
SS formation could bo placed In tho
SS sport calendar It would bo con
st sldcrcd a fnvor. Address alt com
SS mnuicntlnns to Sporting Kdltor,
tt U u J lo 1 1 n onicc.
It Sunday, June 25.
tt Ilnsehall Hawaii vs. Japanese;
St SIiiib vs. Portuguese.
St Thursday, June 122,
tt Yacht rtaco (WrcnM. IK.ucit-
SS sun C lji
tt Coronation Day Cricket Match,
tt Alexander Field.
SS Monday, June 2D.
St Field Meet tit Fort Shorter. ,
tt Sunday, July 2.
SS Fiflcen Mllo rtnro Soldier KIiir,
tt Fitzgerald, llubbcnutlc.
tt Tuesday, July 4.
tt lliiBCball with Kolos St. Umla
tt Alumni v. Kulo University.
tt .1. A. C'vs. Hawaii.
St Track Meet,, I.lhiio Kauai First
tt A. A. U. Sports.
FOR JULY 2
llll.ll lllim III
inmcr'T'ri n Siring Is In
lecu-mllo race to tnKo ptneo at tho
Athletic Turk on July 2 between Sol
dier King, Fitzgerald tint; llnlibciiette.
Ilubbuctto und Fllzgerald hnvo nl
reaily met In u long-dlslunco event,
which took place In San Francisco Oc-
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FORT STREET, HIAB MERCHAHT
FAMOUS CATCHER IS
TRADED BY CHICAGO
CHICAGO, June 10. Johnny Kllng,
eteran entclicr or tho Chicago Na
tional I.c:iRiio Club, and three other
members of tho team woro today
traded to tho lloston Club nt tho Na
tional League In one of tho biggest
baseball deals of the year. Klght
players. nro Involved.
With Kllng, Clilcns" B'ivo Linton
(Irlllln, n recruit pitcher secured from
Atlanta of tho Southern 1miruo: Al
fred Kaiser, an ontllolder purchased
from tho I-otilsvlllo Club, and Henry
Weaver a pitcher who also came Trom
UniUvlllo. In exchange, Chicago re
ceded Ilnlpli Good, nn outlleldvr;
Cllffunl Curtis, u pllclicr formerly
with Mllwnukco In tho American As
fnclatton; "Peaches" (Irnliam, n
catcher, who will tako Kllng's plnce,
nnd Outfielder Collins. Crnham for
merly played with Minneapolis in the
Tlio trade became eltccllvo immo
dlatoly, nnd Klng nnd Knlscr played
their first gnmo with Huston today.
I Ml nlll I TTf ADR PAV
M'eklT Hnllwtln t per fir.
(Bprcln! Hull till CcrresiHindenee.)
HII.o, June lii.Thc n'ltourko-Uru-
ghelll string of horses widen will tako
lobcr t. I!i0!i In which Fltsgcrnld won. In tho Jlnul rnces Is now In lino cou-
Jliumhi Fitzgerald Is tho champion dltlon unit Will leavo for Kahlltul u
runner of Western Cunudii fit uny dls- week from today. The following uul
tanco from one to twcnty-slx miles, mats will go down! Spring Han, St,
uml has not been defeated by nnyuno Avon, Dellugo, Major Collier' und Itllo
liver the llfteeii-uill" course. Ah to Hoy, ' These nro nil running horses
weight, be Is only 108 pounds, and Is s.iva tha lust named, which Is a pacer,
inn of tho lightest limg-dlstniico run, It Is exiiected' thai tho Illlo horses will
tiers. ninko a better Miowlng than they did
Fitzgerald began to do regulnr 1nng-last year, and It Is certain that Illlo
distance running when he was twenty- Hoy will pu up it better raco aftulnst
ono yours of age. He Is now twenty- Maul Hoy than did Harry Hurst. Tho
six. During the Ilvo years he 1ms met little, pacer has u lino burst of spcd,
some of the best men In tho long-dls-J which he showed out well In tho Ku
tanco events. i mebameha Day races, and will bo bnck-
Fltzgerald claims tlint ho makes bct-'ed to win by tho local people who go
ter time on nn Indoor track, nltliough' down. Major Collier. Is In lino fettle
ho bad few Indoor races wbllo In Alls- and should inako his usual good show-
t nil la. Yesterday afternoon both bo Ing, though In the preliminary trnln-
nnd Soldier King traveled to tho Atb- Ing bo has not shown tho speed that
letle Hark, where tho former wntcbed Dellugo lias, Tho fact that be can
King run over the track, Fitzgerald stand plenty of hard work should give
was nstonlsbed at tho way tho soldier lilin u good chniico nt tho end of tho
run, as be bus Improved u great deal program. St. Avon la ulso In good con
since be bad Inst seen hhn. illtluii, and Spring Han, u chestnut maro
There should be n big crowd of sports brgught down from tho Coast by Louis
on band when this raco Is pulled off, Morrel, Is expected to make tho other
iik, with three good runners competing, horses hurry nlong.
the ovent will bo mi Interesting ono. I Dr. I. V. O'Honrke, from Nevada, n
There Is doubt us to whether Kaoo son of John U'Hourkc, will bavo charge
will take up tho SG-nillo run with Fltss- of the horses und has looked after tho
gerahl, as his demands lire not such workouts here. Ho may drive Illlo Hoy
ns will pU'Uso tfio promoter. It Is In tho harness race, or possibly Ixnils
hoped that the "Walnlua Horse" will Morrel will linndlo tho lines. It Is un
compete, us It would bo u great treat drrstood tlut C. V.. Wright of this city
to sco these two run. 'bus been nsked to bo ono of tho Judges.
tt tt tt I Tho position was offered to W. H. C.
Jluunlo Fitzgerald Is ready lo run Canipbell of this Island, who Is n Maul
liny runner III the world over u fifteen- kiiiuaulnu, but ho was compelled to.ro
mllo course. Tills is mining some.
Jluunlo Fitzgerald likes Honolulu for
Its benhty, but Is wondering whether
thu climate, will affect him or not.
Tho Kelo team Is still In tho Mast.
fuso, us be could not leave his business;
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FAND0M AT RANDOM
Ynjarl.i Wnlauaba, n Japanese light
w right,- und Jack I.onnon went tlireo
It Is scheduled to meet the Sacramento rounds lo n draw In tho main event of
Athletic Club ut Sacramento on Juno tho Columbia Club's amateur boxing
2.1th. shov on June 13, before u lurgo crowd
FIRE DESTROYS OLD LUCE HOME
Ono of the old residences In Hono
lulu, knqiyn .us tho "Luco v Homo''
whch, stood on Sheridan street, below
King, was destroyed by dro yester
day. It was tho Chinaman, who wna
working In that neighborhood, that
first saw tho flrb, Ho turnod In tho
alarm; but tho ftromon who arrived
shortly afterwards could not do liny
thing tn save tho building.
Chlpf Tlilirtdrm is novv making in
vcstlgallnus ax tn (hn ciuifnof tlio lire.
The lumso was unoccupied ut tlio
time, as the Japanese, tenant had
gone to work. '
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The Jieer Thai's J3rcwcd
locSuir lnc C limevie
' Thcro was it gaino of baseball bo
twecn tho Indiana Cnltegu and tho Wn
seda nluo on Juno 10, In which tho
homo team won 3 to 2. Tho Wnscd.iu
are learning tlio gnmo fast.
That gnmo between tho Jnpanei. uml
llawails Sunday should bo u rattling
go from start to llulsh. Hotb teams nro
eager to win, us It means a good deal
to cither side Unit wins.
The Vaseda baseball loam was do
fea(e nt Ilflott, Win., n Juno 6 by tho
Belolt tenm, 2-1. uftfr an exciting
! ' .
MISS ALICE ROTH WEDS
MR. FRANK THOMPSON
Hiss Alice Uotli and Mr. Frank K.
Thompson en ma,rrh'd ast night ut
thu Alcthodlst ICplscopal cliurcb, with
Dr. John U. Wiidmun olllclallng. Miss
Margaret Wuterliuiito was tho brides
mull, and Mr, Olllo Sureuson tlio best
man, tlio ushers being Dr. Arthur
HoilgliiH nnd Mr. Charles A. Stanton,
Tlio bride whs escorted to tlio ultar by
her brother, Mr. Ilrn,ry U"lh Who BUV
brr mvuy. A "number of friends and
relatives attended tlio wedding, alter
which a ruccpllun was given.
Miss Carolyn Sheltlcld' und Mr. Ken-
'ncth Humes were wedded, Inst nlplit
at tho homo pt Ulna S)ielupIdcousln,
tMrf.. 1'Yunk Athcrton. Tho Rev. Chas.
fsimpsiipj'ap mcle of t lie brjdo, per
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.brldn was, Htippoited by Mr. Frank Atli
rrtnn. Tho best man was Mr. Mntthew
(Iraliam. Mr. uml Mrs. Humes will oo
'copy tliulr new liuiuo In Munou Valley
'lifter ii short honeymoon trip.
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