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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911.
OUT TO WIN
Championship of Firsl Scries
May Bo Won In First
Game Tomorrow. '
Tlio Oahu League will clofo ll llrat
series tomorrow afternoon when one
of the mom hotly contested gamon
Ib expected to take place between tlio
two loading teams.
Tlio usual (loul)lchcaler will lio
p,laed and from Hie outlook nt tlio
present time both Raines hIioiiM bo
close. Tlio Portuguese aro said to
hiHe mvnkcnc.l from tlielr last ilo
feat and nie koIiir Id try and win
tho last game of the serlen Sunday.
In the llrst game the championship
may be won and again II may not as
it Is up to the Hawaii team to mnko
good In order to take the llrst leg
of the race. If the Ilawalin manai;o
to take tho Japanese Into camp they
will be winners of tho first spasm.
Eerj effort will bo inado on tho
part of the Japanese team to taptuie
this game, because by so doing thfy
will have a chance of winning the
championship and nlro break tho con
tinuous string of lctorlC9 that the
Ilawnlis hao been rolling tip against
them this season. Tlio Club have
met twlco this season and In each
conflict the llawnll team hau been
Medcrlos will twirl for the Japin
cse team while Loin will be his likely
opponent. Both men nro well known
to the public. Tho J. A. C. bunch
aro out to win nnd all tho best play
ers will be on hand to do tho utmost
in defeating tho Hawulln.
Tho NIdodcho nnd the Stars aro
picked as winners of tomorrow-si
games. Both theso matches should
be good ones and nil tho fans who
journey to tho park nre nuro to get
their money's worth. To sco two
good games of baseball for n nominal
price Is something which surprises
Tho Onhu Juniors will play their
usual two games In the morning nt
the park and (hero should bo a big
turn-out to seo the guinea. Tlio
Asahls ami tho l'ulamas will meet
in the llrst game and tho Miilmcks
will buck up against tho Walas in
the second mulch.
Tho lineups of tlio different teams
will be ns follows:
Japanese .1. llrlto, c; Jlcderlos,
p; Akana, 1st h; Franco, 2nd b;
Asam 3rd; Chllllngworth, ss; A.
Louis, If; Walker, cf; Xerbe.r.f.;
HRwall Haphacl, c; Lota, p;
Dreicr, 1st b; Hamakua. 2ud h; Mark
ham, 3rd b; Kutilll. us; W. nice l.f.;
W. Desha, cf.; Mclnlryc, r.f.
. Stars Joy, c; Apau, p; K. Fernan
dez. 2nd h: Ah Toon, 3rd b; Kan
ten, ss; Sumner, I.r; Ilajcs, cf;
Portuguese Joseph, r; I'cdro, p;
lHlzer, lbt Ii; flushncll, 2nd b; Bouzit,
3rd Ii; Krcltas, ss; Ornellcs, If.; J
Frelas, c.f.j Olmos, r.f.
n r a
The Honolulu Yacht Club held a bus
lness meeting last evening ut thn Mr
tle Boatliouse. There waf. u. largo at
tendance C. J. Hulllvun resigned lis
mmmnrlwn nml P 8lm una lIkikhi .u'"")" " ,MrK llw"f "Bl "n '"'1'
Ten dollars wero raised by tho mem
bers, which will go toward getting u
cup for a raco by tin. pearls.
Thcro nro four entries for this event,
and each captain Is to sail Ills own boat
over the course the first tlmo und then
tho next time ho must sail another of
the boats, l'.icli cuptuUi sails tho four
There will bo a raco for tho Howard
Cup over tlie. harbor com so tomorrow
afternoon ofr wrens, uu.I only two boats
are likely to enter O.illoplng Mary,
captained by Oeorgo Crozler, and tho
Roaring Gimlet, commanded by Shirley
a n '
Alexander Desha whu has pitched
several games for tho Hawaii team
this past season wlJI sail for his
homo on Tuesday, Ho will return to
the Oahu Collcgo when tho school
term opens again and will be a tower
of strength lo tlio baseball squad1 Tho big event of tho yachting sen-
next year as ho will bo In the haxjson will tnko place on July 1, when tho
for them during the school soilos.
TRACK MEET AT
The inllilary Held mrH which Ii to
!. held at Kort Slmftor on Mondny 1
near nt hand nii.l the som.rrs nro nnx-
lously waiting for the eventh to bo
....lint off. All the star athletes of the
Ing Tor the coming meet nnd expect
"tierc I ,e chance of any' one team
taking n b.g lead In the ,rcl. so varied
r i... e.. Inelndl... I.ntl. .enf
nltrhl..B nnd running races. In tho
past Company O has won nil tho
laurels, especially In the rifle firing con
tent, which It has held for two years. ,
The members of tho tenm this year ore
told to be good, nnd the other mem
bers of the company took upon their
team ns winners of 1911
In the other events It Is hard to say
which tenm will win, ns In the tent- between Ingles and I)c Mello Is drnw- but they mile. to mm nny mora runs " ; -
Pitching contest qiiicknrM ami skill will Ing much attention by tho light fans nfler tho first Inning. TZn,u the xZLZ .IZT.1 win
bo required, mm company has n good of tho Italny City, llolh theso'lada Itan liltebeock twirled for the college ' I onolulu. II r Americans sbo.Mdl
set of men to compete In tho different io fought In tho ring beroro. team nnd kept I.I- opponents guessing "l nf l " fl '' "' ' '"" 'Z,"
even.s nnd close nnlshes nre expected , nil the time. Hind was behind tho bat '. " ' ! " " !
The company team that makes the' Antnnc Kaoo will not sign the agree- mid gathered In the balls In line style, wrrj off the 1 n -
highest number of points during tho ""' " run" Fitzgerald unless the pro- Al uMlo w In the box for tho "has "'" ,,,,"l" ,"VdcS
dav will re.-elve a prize of 110. molrn. come through with 00. win or bee.s," will, Winn, at the receiving 'wt,herTl re wl'l be t "ml e r
.. iin. lin ..ini.i l..f i.lr-l.l Hh.i im Is ..,,.1 wiiciner mere win do ii iwu-i.iiu or II
IIILO JULY 3RD
llllo will pull off good boxing con-
tests on the evening of tl.o 3rd of Jul)'!
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nt the Kniplre Theater, the best nnd
principal event of the evening being'
between Kup.i. tlio Jaw-breaker, and
Unknown, a young llanallun lad of
great strength. Tho fight will bo u
four-round go; weight, 1CS pounds.
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I, Id ..nKA.l .... .... .I.lnd ...... Ifiin.
will have no easy time adding nnother
lclorv to his list, und with breaking
another Jaw like bo did nt the Armory
on tho 11th. but It Is a niiestlnn wheth-
er Kupa will come out victorious or go
wn In defeat.
Tho unknown has already com
mence.d training under the eagle eyo of
tho Chinese wonder. Ah Fook, nnd ho
is conlldent that the unknown will pull
It nil over the Jaw-breaker.
Tl.o other nrpllmln.iHpu miim in.
Kcthcrt nro of tho best material In tho.'B
Rnlny City, and tho boxing fans nro
guessing whether these nro nil n fairy
Thr. ..rinri..t ..n.,ii nf n,n .,,.,, in,-
was to bo between Ah Took nnd Kid
Orecn of Los Angecls for fifteen rounds, KalneM. turn to receive u visit, hut owing to the the year, with tho best of results.
but owing to tho demand of the now! '"special circumstances of coronation The school has outgrown tho build-
mini from tho Coast that tho pro-' T,l, S,ar'' nre lnnkl"G n good show-'yr, they have waived their right In lugs, so that tho exercises wcra given
motcr charge J2 rlngsldo and 1.D0 re- '"K "' l,r,"",nl nl"' should do something the most spnrtsm.intlko fashion. It It in tho open ulr, tho front verandii lie
served scuts, general admission SO '" "'" Kcl" Bcrle!' w'10n " opens.. lulro iirob.iblc that the sister lllues will lug used for a stage. There wero about
cents, tho promaler cancelled tho.
agreement signed on Juno 19, nnd'
therefore Oreenn will not tight. At tho
Armory on Juno 11 this same boxer
Orceno fought n Filipino out of coiull-l
Hon and training nnd failed to put him
out during tho whole four rounds nnd,
got only llvo dollars.
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Dl AV ClfrUPAUAl OV
PLAY FIFTH CAVALRY,
There will he n barclull game at
Fort Shatter tomorrow morning be- up and contains many Interesting
twern tho Fifth Cavalry team und' Fort articles. Tho ICillorlnl staff linvo
Shatter nine. taken groat pains In making Itfllio
Tills should ho nn Interesting con- best Nuunibcr published by tho bIu
test, as the cavalry team Is n hard dents. Tho Commencement Number
tunic Ii Ui bent Ei.nl tho Fort Shatter bas hiought a groat oxponso to the
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nil,., it mill, inu HI n.uru IU I1UI1U IU IIIU
Second ,nr tea,,': last Sunday und
...ay uo ..ioBa.no irica .o mo onaiicrs
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tl.o S.lvalloo Aro.v Sonrtiv .rl.nol
Jlio ti.inatlon Army Sunday school
outing will tnke place next Tuesday.
Juno 27, ut Knplolnnl Park. Can. will
leave Llllha nnd School streets nnd
King and Niiiiiinii streets at !i-30 a.
111 sli.up, und u largo nttenil.inco Is
expected Theso annual outings given
by the Army entail considerable work,
as lunches nro provided for tho chil
dren, and to cater to soverHl hundred
liungry 1(111.. stomachs Is 110 small tusk
There will bo p.mes and r.ieei. and nil
me ..eiigma 01 n long, nappy u.iy ui 01
ruo to Kahulul will take place.
innnnnnnnnnnnnn itn n
U BPORT CALENDAR. U
i tt Sunday, Juno 25. Si
1 tt Handball Hawaii vs. Japanese; it
ii Stars vs. Portuguese. tt
tt Fort Shatter vs. nth Cavalry. it
tt Mandav. Jurta 2fl. 11
Mc,(, Mcct nt Kort 81inf,cri
tt Sunday, July 2. tt
Klftcen M0 nace-Soldler King, tt
riticenld llnhhenottn 11
f, E Tudiy July 4 U
a Alumni vs. Kcio University. tt
,'.t ;,;,.,, i r i i-i . t.1
TsSs KuUnni 1
, Wednesday, July 5. it
,..,i!! f.. n f., ,., !
" from l!elng larger by striking out many
ttKnnnaattttttnttUttttttttlf l-Ht rtlss Occasionally -a
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho fifteen round boxing contest
I which Is scheduled to take plneo In
Hllo on the cvo of tho 4lli of July
too old to go buck Into tho gnmo nnd, The nluinnl train did not scoro In
bis weight was not as It should bo for the br.t Inning. Hut got one over the
such n race. ' Ipl.to In the first half of tho second'
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When nice made Hint great running
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cntcl. which put Huniner on thn bllhk Marealllnn, made the second run, which
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when tilings looked rosy for n few tied tho scoro Hint ended tho scoring
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u horseshoe n. Ills pocket. After tlio
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Kainw .tuiik wuiu .i nun iiMiKet. ior u.-
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Tho general Impression among tho Murray. 21..; tArticrson. lb.; Moore. I r..
baseball fans Is that the Saints will Quintal, rf,
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no me iianicsi. uuneii 10 neai in tnc-
Kelo serlcB and will bear the most
Eddlo Fernandez who has been
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") "r somu uiuu on ..uyi... .
"ack again altff will Do at his old
"tain! next Sunday on first for tho.
The Salnta ore working four pitchers
.'nt present Harney Joy, Pedro, Leslie
nml Hushnell. Tho team will turn out
,or rmcnso mis ni.ernoon.
When Lola meets Medelrosi In the
Hnwa"".L',lianchO gamo tomorrow It
li,,nCI ""l nothing will bo murder-
wu uufc ,.iu mii. -
Tho fans ore. cheering up, and when
I'10 Kclf series starts there should bo
a record-breaking crowd present nt tho-
Jlnlmlc Fitzgerald is expected tntako
ll tr'"' Kp'" nt A,l,lcllc ''n,, between
"10 ""' "'"' Brcnni' Barnes.
BLUE AND GOLD NOW OUT
Tho Commencement number of thc'"""'"'"' to Oxford and Cuinbrldga
"Ulnek and Oold" published by tllol'en.m,d It possible a slightly earlier
',"le',"B 1' .!h McKln,Cy , "'jnnrccU upon nt this preliminary stage
' 1,nm,1l01"a "Pfoaranco lcforo;ofncB0tBtlons. I commend tho Idea to
ma, T '. ...
nv ouniui iiuiiui ia hii nn.ifii
jm.niDm.in, i.ui ...uy ,mvo iiih.iu up
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.- mi." u.iw ...... ...w u.iv.m u. tnu
ros In this Issuo of , -lent
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resented with their champion basket -
Thn "Mlaek and Oold" will linvo
new Kdltor-ln-chlef and business
'"""B3r IlOXt year I.S Koi.lielh Abl.M
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u.o loruior etu.i.r nun ..osier mutiis . -
Pie buslncsa manager bavo graduated l"-'''lt results brought about nt tho
and left for tho Stnten whero lhcyQlleel1'8 clu'' nex 'nontl1- T'' ony
-.. ... i ... . ... ...- draw buck Is that many vurslty athletes
., K,.iinot silcl-en i -
t)0 now Huceessor to Kenneth Allien"10 A' " Ai cnampionsnips may now
and CluiH. Llttlcjnhiiukes tho posi
tion of lnlHlncsn manugor.
Turn ti.luml luitu Ifitrre l.nrrv iiii.I
,,, ,,..,,,., nl0 i,i tho hosnllal
nl VouKoih, N. V., after a soventy,
foot f(1 Uown t10 rilC0 ,)t tl0 p,,.
tsades alone tho Hudson. . Porrv imb
la fractured skull uud Ilcarilou n hrok -
en nnn nIll intornal Injuries.
VYeokly llulletlu fl per jear,
PLAYS TIE GAME
Out nt Alexander Flrl.t yexlerilny lift
rrnooii th,: Onhu Aliimnl team bucked
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' ' L college tc.iin In u Mine
"f UueMl '" " "'0 RC"r Btml
Riune bad to be culled off nt tho end
of the ninth Inning
Thcro wns n good -sized crowd prci-
cut to watch the game, nnd there were
""",y 'Xcl""B ",mm,,"M ""r'"B l,,e nl"
' 1'Ucliern prevented tho score
ninn would gel n luixo iiirnugn mi error,
but tho flcldliiR generally was good.
Tlio college tenm inado two runs In
the llrst half of the first lunlni;. nnd
l"keo as though they would con-
tlnue to j-corc throughout the game.
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lHJilll llill I illllllt' 1HMIIK 111" niMlll.
In tho fourth John's brother, A. C.
The I neups wrie ns follows;
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v-ooeno jei.ui -ynii,, n.i iiiiunvuvn.
I p.; Hind, c,; Tuty, cf,; Iloogs. 3b.;
Aiumni ienm-A. jinrcainno, j...; i
Oastle. j, ; Fodmorc; ef.; Nowell, ss.;
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I" Hoogs, 31. ; Kennedy, rf ; Whine, c ;
II. McCnrrlslon, lb.; J. Marcnlllno, cf.
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rjlinnrQ QPUfll ARQ MAV
ihiuli-u "uiiuumiiu mni
UUMrtrL rUtt DnlllbH
NHV YORK, Juno in. Tho interna.
tionnl varsity match Is discussed
ubrond, tho knotty point being whether
the lthodes scholars will bo used
iignlnst America. In commenting on
tho match "Old nine" says:
"It Is now well known that Oxford
has ngreed tn throw In Its lot with
Cambridge, nnd, ns n combined team,1
upu,u iii.rv.ir.i itiiu ,uiu .in iui- u
next (preferably). They enmo to that
decision last Haturday, nnd It has
Drouci enthusiasm In nthletlc circles
Benernlly It h really tho Americans'
; oppose tne 1 A. U., nt mil sirengtn, on
,iiu,0 t. 'j'hls meeting will, of course,
m-rvp ns it sort, of jlress rehearsal for
itK. International one later. Tho only
objection to tho July d dto Is that It
,','''1 '"' Henley which Is unfortu-
unto. Tho, royal meeting appeals Ir-
tlio powers that bo.
jvnln ,h .,nn,tPR, nolnt nr vleiv.
it better year for tho contest cnuld
never lntvo been decided upon. Tho
Hlucs should bo very strongly repre-
sentcd In all tho track events, both
Jumps and tho hurdles, nt least. For.
once In n way, too, tho strong men coin-
petllors will J.a rlglit nbovo the uver-
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. )rink llInpn , ., ,. ,, ,, ..!
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..,,ll,," " '"" "ullul i ,-b bcu-
omU) ""'1 'lll'",er -B seconds). If
u" Bue" we" "'. "erc,..ro. r
niav confident v bono to sco s m ar
'wlij would otherwlso buvocompclod ut
be uskod not to do so, for obvious rca-
It tt tt
Arrangements for a program of
uijuntlc sjiorls havo boon completed
l" luko iilarq on July Fourlli off tho
Moohoai Park In Hllo. Tlio com-
' nilttco In clinrgo of tho program Is,
'as follows: Messrs. IJohncubcrg,
I llenmer nnd Terry. There will bo
hIx events In which cash prizes will
be awarded To the winners.
American College Athletes Due
To Sail Tomorrow for
Harvard nnd Ynlo track teams are to
sull for England tomorrow to tnko part
In mi International meet there with
the track nnd t.c.d athletes of Oxford
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In busy will, discussion ns to tho pro).-
nl.lo results. On this side of tlio At
bintlc It is belloxed that the Amerlcnns
hI..iuI.I win tho meet by . comfortable
"""'i "" w ,K"nii un ..,. i,
,'" ' expect much nloro lluin n falr-
'" ecn break,
Although Cornell Won tho ntnili.it In-
-rco, cg.u.e incc,. imo nn.i a vn n,
r " "' '' exenis mat ..re ime.y 10
Iliinn.irtll, run .ir ir tlwi Mlmtiitlt will
" J"" ' " ""l of 'lchl "''"",
" l-mrttahnicn want to have U.o
Imrdlo rnro run over lxa hunllcH, but
tho American team has not ngreed to
.Ilia. .iifii' ...in in, i,iiii,vtiiifii ii--
twern Harvard nnd nlo to decldo
i"''lc" "c wl" mal(0 ,llB trl'- U'omnir.
11KPrs ,, mptninH deciding this tbem-
selves-. Deflnltn nrrnngeincnts nro ex-
peeled, to develop soon from tho volu
iniiious. correspondence now going on,
,mt nt prn,c)ll , tho ony tMnK
,i,ii-iv r i. in.ni 11,.. m,,n win
minous, correspondence now going on.
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,((t iM (o Hecnm ,vc(.k, tn Jtly nlll!
int , AlllPrk.nl1 tP!1I11 wm Ra, rr()111
Now Yoijlc on the St Paul tpmorrpw
ENDS ITS YEAR
The closing exercises of the Wnlp.ihu
.school took pl.ieo cstcrd.iy morning ut
9:311 beforo u largo concourse, of people
of iniiuy nationalities,
Tho exercises consisted of recitations,
nu'iivK, nuuKn iiy ui. .no Kii.o.9, ..mi ..
play given, by tho sixth and seventh
Much attention has gcen paid to
spoken Hngllsh In this school during
six iiunurccl peopio present. Including
(he children, and they all sat under n
beautiful munkeypod tree which was
planted by tho principal six ycinn ngo.
There was n splendid exhibition of
school work from nil, tho grades, nnd
tlio written work nnd drawing would
bo a credit to any school on tho main
trial work. Every garment worn by a
girl had been made, many having mn.to
.complete sets. Tho boys had mndo
.nlnlnt.irn Hunrtla mm. Out. ..M., .
glncs, bo'itH, etc., nnd onoNhoy, Oeorgo
Fralne, had mndo a biplane. Most of
these articles wero mailo with n knife.
Tho school hopes to open with threo
more rooms In September, making nlno
In nil, ns many children havo been
turned away owing to lack of nccom
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.. ... viuiiuau nun
u iuh.hb uuuuun ny ino iinwnuan
ujiiii win marcn irom Inwn to tho
Athletic Park on tho opening day of
u.e.r Klines. ..us would IW doubt
draw a arco cinwd n i in nnrlc.
(ic". "runs, cnptnln of tho 8t Ioul
baseball team is conlldent of his tnnin
carrying oft tho laurels In tho Koto
im, tieo.gu win 1101,1 uowii nrsi
suck during most of the games,
I Harney Joy Is getting back to his
old pitching form ttguln and is ox-
psclod to do went stunts whon tho
Kolo seilus begins. Ho Is to pitch
m mo Lcrien ngainsi tnu Kolos,
Pedro will bo put up against tho Star
aggregation tomorrow mid bo knows
Hint bo has n hard proposition to
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