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Wt 12 !- i EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911. )
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Tlio .Inillor hpiIph nf the Daliu
LciRiio will lie continued Sunday
inornliiR wlien the usual ilnulilehuH'l
cr will ho plnjcil
Tlio Ak.vIiIs mill tlio lMlnmiin will
nitct In the flrxt Riime nml thin match
nlono bIuhiIiI tlniw u lnrso crow( to
the gimiiuts an neither team liaa lopt
n game jet Tho I'nl.im is arc plaj
InR miino Knod hill lately anil thej
HhnuM ho nhlo to put nil n good (lRhttt Alumni n Kelo UnlTcrelty,
np.iliiRt tho AFahls who arc tho rnv- M j a C. ts. Hawaii.
ti ti u tt n it n mm a tut
it SPORT CALENDAR. Jl
tt ' P
It Gunclay, June 25. tt
ttjlaselall Hawaii a Japineee, jl
1 Stars to PorluKUcse. 1,1
;t Thundy, Juno 22. tt
tt Yacht Hato (Wrens). Itr.tioil- tt
tt on C ii St
tt Coronation I)iy Crlcliet Match, tt
tt Alexander Meld tt
St Monday, June 26. tt
tt Field Meet at Tort Hlmflcr.
tt Sunday, July 2,
Tho two Unhornlly baseball teams
of Japan, tho Wnqoda and Kelo ioy
touring t lip States, nro almost dun
lo leturn to their Native Uind Tho
H Kelo team In Btljl In (ho Haul nnd
tt will Ktait for tlio racinc Cimst In ,i
tt nttecn Mllo Rnco Holillcr King, tt '" iaya Tlio Kelo team lias iiudo
tt ritzgeratd, llubbcncttc.
tt Tuesday, July 4.
tt nasetiall with Keloi St.
' NEW ATHLETES
Tlio athletes or thn schools aro
figuring on tho outcomo of their dif
ferent teams for next J ear and I lie
orllca of tho K.HUO On tho other Trnck Moot. I.lhuo KhuhI First SI
hand tho .Inpincno team will hao lis jt A. A U BportB. II
best men on tho field that daj O. jj ti
Mirlanin will bo In tho box again t n tt 8 MM tt tt Htt tttt MM MSI M It,
for tho Asaliln, and .Murakami win no
stationed behind tho bit to githcr'
In tho curves. Manager Abo believes
that his team can film the Palawan i
Tho Palatini will hao their usual
lineup with .Morse In tho box, and
1'crrelrn nt tho receiving ind Tho
Pahnias hnc n biincli of heavy hat
ters and It ma tnkn tho AsahlB' two
pitchers to hold them down
Tho bccoml gamo should turn out
lo be n good ono which will bo pulled
oft between tho Mullocks and Aulas
Itfith trnniH limn InRl oun dime narb
and tho result of Sundays match vll possibilities of winning some of the
ikclilo tho Tallcndcrs of tho rcrles.' chainplonshls. High School hojs
Captain Kualll of tho Aulas Is conn- aro In hopes of mailing n niucl bet
dent In Ills team winning tho gamo1 tcr showing when school opens again
as ho Is going to turn out n strong They are to rccclvo a number of
battery against the Muhocks. athletes next scar and hcllovo that
Tho Muliock team will hao Xavler thoy can prodnco some Ann teams to
In tlio box again and Jic Is a dandy cqinpcto with tho other schools H
at that position In the game ngilntt is nlso hoped that tho Highs am)
tho Aulas ho had them guessing right' Onliu College will conio lo terms nmj
thiough to tho dnlsli nnd sent ten I have a hcIiciIiiIo of ganios arranged
men to tho bench by tho strike nut in tlio, different siorts next year,
The tennis In tho Junior league
aro putting up fomo snappy ganics
down at )l0 pirk at nrqsent which
goes to mako tho games more Intcr-
, inline l untph Tltnrn urnrn tun fiiaf
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gnmes plajed last Sunday which crs wero scarce.
wcro ended tnslda of nn hour each, 'The record of athletic events In
hut tho crowd pretscnt was very small tho "Illarltnnd flold" shows that tho
on account of tho supposed flights McKlnloyltes hato only won ono
nt Kaplolr.nl Park. Tho Japancso clianiplonsllp and that was conquered
baseball fans will bo at tho games by tlip lrl's basketball team. Tho
Siitulns to cheer tho Asnhls to vie-, school baseball team won three
tory, whllo (ho Palamas will havo games dicing t'" baseball series,
tho support of tho Poitugucso ball, ono from tho Saints and two from tho
Tho Bchool jenr 1910-1911 of tho
llUh School was a difficult ono In
tlllotcs. Tho different teams wcro
not R strong ns In thn previous years
and they had to buck up against
much moro superior teams, and play-
It II It
MANY TURN OUT
Collcgo of Hawaii Tho girls won
two straight games of basketball
from Oahu Collcgo and that ended
their victories for tho enr,
Tho school lost a few of Its best
nthlctcs this joar but tho members
roln uruitlso Is going on In good who still remain bollovo that they
Mjlo ut MiHinuliin nowadays Yct.ttr-1 can produce good, teams noxt torm
tln iiriirnoon u huge ironil uf polo when school opens again In tho Pall
phoirs turned out for n practise game as thcro will bo ahqut nrty or moro
Thirteen pole, enthusiasts wero out rccrlltH nh(l ,0 )0 e.llcr ,ln j;gIl
for work three tennis being selected Sc)l0()) t t wh t
u,":r'r ,.,,,., ,,,..iv,,1,?si' .- -fihc ... ., r!...d
nml rlIWM two periods cnih. In which K'l "utcrla) for tho different alh
they won from the Whltis 2-0 mull Ictc tennis.
lost to the YfllowM o-l Among thoso who woro Infilled to
Oahu pkpeits to lmo u strong team wear thq big "M" this jenr afp as
out till. cnr As die bus lost tlio follows: K. Ahlcs, Q. Awal, l. Cafeo,
chainplonshlp two years In succession" n i)ycr. poo Knu U Marks. W. Rosa
on tho homo grounds, n special cfTort A Yolmg; g. 00i HooI1 Kcp..Karn
will bo mudo In , the coming tourna- , , K ,- c ,jt(,pj0,in( jhahiri.
nunt to secure the trophy, and from ' ' ' , J, . i. . ',.,
tho w tho bo,s i.ro taking to the IlV-. Yl"1? i"1. Yf' "v0"' ?Ai "
nimn It Is ei l.lent Hint sl... will Imvo nwlgllt. 8 Klllllllwal. W, Yap. Ilza-
good material from which to select J hoth Ak.inn, Adclian Camarn. Uvn
u is nopcu ny many inai ii game' iiuwhiiis. uiarn jngans, jtiua puicr,
will bo nrrnnged between n team from JJvq Tfjylpr, Ot Cqsshly, Chas. lxio,
tho rirtli Cavalry unit tho Oahtis, to phas. IMwon, Carrlo Jamos, W
tako nlnto toon Tho Inter-Island , Uf.lltfooti Pclrl McCarthy and Es
Oiumplonshlp polo tournament lines', , .i,
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iluv ,un 'i,t,,i iiii.ii ,-.. iij in ,,piiii,.
vben the Kiiii apd Mnu ttains will,
with Onliu, uttcinpt to again carry off
Tho tennis that played yesterday
were as follows'
Hliies W. nilllngbnin. O Dciilson,
II Klilngle, It. Atkinson
Whites 8 llaldwln, I! Damon. U
Smith, I.citinnnt Rogers.
Yellows I.leutcniipt Adrt)ws, 11
Hiimncr, XI. Leinop, It McCorriston
' FANP0M AT RANDOM
Sasaki, tho shortstop of tho Itclo
teqip, which Is to make lt sccqnd iP
pearanco hero soon, (s doing wonderful
Slums ni nis position m mo oiuios.
In tho InterschqlasUc trp.ck mept
Kenneth Ajilcs, W. p'wght apd Wil
liam Rosa woro tho only point win
ners on tho team, tho two last named
will ho on tho team agan noxt year.
HAWAIIS TO GIVE DANCE
Tho members of tho Hawaii Athletic
Club, composed of well-known nnia
tcurs of tho city, are going to glo a
swell binpMt (lance ut the Young Hotel
on S iturdny evening, July 1.
This chip wiiH organised tils year
and Is lending lu tlo baseball series
now being p!acil In tlio oaliu lingua
The boys havo RppQ o grcnt expenso
in inlying materials ror inoir learn, nnci
When tho Kelo team toil hero SisaJil , , ,, , nl dinco ticy ,1U) tp
" " i'i"- ' - coxir some of the expenses. '
tho city nnd Is now retclv ng tho sainol A tho wcl.known fnna ure ttrest-
on hn Coust HiMias u prrttv wnyor , () 0 cll) nnd Bni)M lltll, t(l Klvo
HlVlpK o liof.17 oi Kiouuiuuo ,Y"Ji.li
draw tho crowds ijtteutlqp every time.
Soiimi, who Is holding down third
sack for tho Portugucsn team, has sur
prised many of tho fast men In tho , , toaln or nt B 0
l T nn inia ti tiniilni uAt n ulnlAn . . . '
It 11 boost by getting at least ono of
the tickets for thn dnnco, which are a
dollar each The hois aro hustling
around no.w, and anyone who wishes
a tlcknt for tuo iHincq can got 11 rrpm
uaiiii League uy Having socn sioien.ju gon's
osses 10 Hi" eruuu 11111 jjcsuii i a
clnio second, with sx Sousa Is not n
noted runner, but when It tomes to
stealing bases lia gets tlitro almost
WIIII11111 ltlie added two moro strlko
nuts to his all raily long list last Hun-
do. win 11 hn Iniimsed his number to
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho nnnunl uclit raen for tho Wil
liams (.u) will (o sailed op July X.
Thn touiso wll )e (10111 Honolulu to
K11I111I11I, and tho -following boats aro
lexoected o enter Hawaii. Kami ha-
luro must bo something mcha, Charotto ci, (lladjs and JKlcno
wropg with llllls" but!
Sumner Is leading In tho (witting nv-
n Biictcss In Its bill games so Inr,
winning a llttlo more than half tho
number of games played.
The latest report from fliom stales
that thoy havo won fourteen games
and lost ton. This record shows (hit
they can plaj some nnd will glvo tho
homo teams Jicrc n hard ruh The
Kelo hall tnsscrs hato mot many
strong learns whllo away and huvo
held them down In good stsle.
Tho'Wnscda bunch nro also plalng
good ball In tho States, they havo
won cloon games so far nnd lost
Tho Kelo team has a schedule o
gmes to bo pjnyed It) Seattle and aro
to bo thcro on, tho 25th. From Ihcro
thoy will po to San rrnnclseo
Tho Silnts nro taking things scr
lous, and aro preparing to defeat tho
Nipponese when thoy nrrle
The following was published In tin
Seattle lnlclllc,cnccr, Juno II, of tho
good work which te Kelo team h
now doing In the States It will be
noticed that Snrakl Is still there with
tho goods nt short nnd Is getting 11
good booit Tills jnung plnycr had all
tho baseball fans with him while In
Honolulu when the team plaied hero
before, ns ho Is certainly n cracKcrJack
In picking up tho hot ones from tliu
' On next Sunday morning nt Dpg
dnle's Park tho Knights of Columbus
team will meet the champion' Kelo
University temn, nf Japan Thn Kelo
team has been touring tho L'astern
Stntts with marked success nnd will
nrrlvo In Senttlo In tlmo for 8unila's
game, which will bo played In tho
morning nt 10:30 on account of the
jmrk being In use In the afternoon by
tlio lenguo teams Tho Kelo Univer
sity has 1111 exceptionally fast team
nnd their speedy sensational work In
the lb Id, on bases and sliding has been
thn fenturo of oxery game.
"Mastered the Game.
They hue mastered all the llttlo Ins
nnd outs of the American game, even
to tho extent of kicking at tho umpire
when decisions ure not Judged to bo
iiulto right. The)' have been winning
mora than the majority nf (heir games
and leccntly nindo tho Georgetown col
lege team go eleven Innings, 3 to 3, be
fore on liiupcnso crowd, pt Washing
top, I) C Sasaki, their shorttitup, has
been pained tho Ty Cob ot Jap in, and
his work op tho bases has been a sen
sation, while bis work In the Held has
beep of big lingua caliber.
"Japanese Hans Wagner,
"fv'ojania, tho right fielder, has been
tho Hans Wagner of tho team, and lias
been fairly irjiirdprlng tho batj Ho Is
tho heavy hitter,, of Japan, vvbero his
uiitogrnph bat In tho heaviest used
Kankl, an all-around player, plays third
and captains the Kelo team Sugasols
their best pitcher nnd Is said to bo a
wonder Hn will pilch Sunday's game
I .will Japanese nro taking a great In
terest In tho gamo nnd nro to turn out
In largo munbirs and glvo their coun-
trjmcii ,11 .rousing .welcome .The
Knights have been pluvlng good ball
and will havo to b at their best to
hold the Kelo team"
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CHINESE ATHLETICS TO
BE IN NEXT OLYMPIAD
ItONqrf One of thp ninrkod signs
of tho awakening of China to modem
methods nml modern activity Is that
for tho. tlrst tlmo In tho history of
athletics, Chinese athlotos will com
pel 0 In tliu Oh tuple games to ho hold
n Stockholm In 1912.
Tho Chinese students of tlo Un
vorslty of Shanghai havo boon coich
oil for,thoiH.st, throo ycais In track
and llejld sports by an Englishman,
and Ills verdict with regard tq tho
students competing at Stockholm Is,
, "I ,Uo no "qxpept my mon will ho
qilp t(( captliro.qny great honors, ho
catuo wo' havo only rcxqptly taken
up athletics. Hovyqvor, t hero Is good
material here, and I bollovo that
China will produce fully as capable
athletes as Japan." v,
Tho entry of the Chinese nthlctes
Is wolcomod by tho orgaoltors of tho
Olympic games, whn ' havo written
saying that thoy will ho oply too glad
lo seo tho leprcsclitatlvos of tho
Celestial cmplio competing.
- i !t tf ,
Tl Chinese tenp) la plannlpg tp Play
tint Kelo team twp games when tbe.
arrive Praclsq started yesterday for
the piospeitlvo mutines These games
should draw a largo crowd 10 tlio pirn
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