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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1911.
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Honolulu Boy In Crimson Shell,
Which Is Ricked to Win
- Big "Event.
Harvard ami Yule, traditional rlvqls
In eyfry l,rmicl of sport,' will inept (o
iiinrrnnr In ((if last big Inlcrcullcgl.ilo
contest ,nf dm Jcnr 1!)(1, (lio unnii.l
bout races. Thn races will fio licM this
your nt Now London.
Harvard H n IIr fiivorlla fur (lio
principal event, the varsity clght-o.ir-cil
content. Tho Crimson Ih figured us
a sure, winner over (lio fnur-iiilln
( nurse' by, local collcgo men mill critics
who hau been following (ho work nt
(ho Inn crows tliN 4'cnr. It was u
dfia pointniont when Cornell lieiit
Harvard, hut since then (ho fnultM III
the Crimson wliell have been corrected
by Conch Jim YVrny, nfnl Com li Ken
ncdy'n llliie oarsiiicu uro given hut an
Collcgo men nil over (hn world ftro
Intel ostod In (ho men, tomorrow, nud
as (heH nro lots or Yulo anil llfirvurd
men lntlie iBlnmln, they will nil hi
IntoroMed hi tho ndvatiro criticism liy
n noted rowing exert. Dr. Walter
1'oet. wio says (lint Harvard 1mm tin
cxi'fjlent .chance to win tho varsity,
frrsjiiuan nud funr-oarcd races', '
Tho presence, of yVlthlnKton, a Ilo.
nolulii boy, on tho Harvard crew, row
Ipc nt Nn. S, Is of much Interest hern.
The tyltlilpBton hoys lmo luudc, them
selves famous nt Harvard In several
braiielics'nf spoit, p.irtculnrly rovvlug
nri'l foothnll. Tho lliirvnnl crew will
lino ui tomorrow us follows:
- Ho-flnlell". .-.
'NoSs Ktrntlou .
. Nn. n Molrnir ....
No. 4 Newton ....
No. 5 AVIlhlngtun
No, fi Strong 189
'N(i.7 Cntler (caplaln), ...... 182
Ktrokif Ooodnlo 172
if these llyn nro veteran, ImvInK
rowed' ln the varsity 'eluht Inst year.
Wrong. Wlthlnglon. Newton nnd Met
rnlf nro In their s.imo positions, nnd
iniilip n (inwerfiil nunrli-t In tho wnlst
of thu limit. Cnptnlti Cutler, who
stioKcd tho crew Inst year. Is at No, 7.
and Oomhilo, that rciiiurKuhly good
stroko of last year's fast freshman
crow, Is hi tho Imi'urtaiit position, Only
one other of Inst year's youngsters has
mudo tho boat, nnd that Is titration nt
Here's a cigarette you'll like wiled in the
best yheat Straw paper like ou yourself
haye uaed. One trial will convince you of its
fjuality. The flayor irnpailed by the blending
of the Old Virginia and Carolina tobaccos is
mellow and satisfying.'
. Fall-flavonJ and Fragrant
.Old Af,CrVqrcfre arc packed in TIN FOIL
No. 2. Tho Low man. llalch, wni on,
last year's varsity four.
The Yulo trow will lio us follows:
Itoi.-- l'rot (caplaln) 100
No. 2 Klcld 17.1
No. .1 Uelilly 170
No. 4 Tuckir ; 170
No. C Hninciii .. 171
No. II I'lillliln 170
No. 7 Vim Ill.ircom 173
Stroko Low 108
The- row'nK expert nliovo referred (o
pinkos (ho following crKlclsui of (ho
"llurvnrd Is umtoulitedly roulntj a
longer stroke than uny crew In Amer
ica today, with the posvlhlo exception
of Wisconsin, wlioni I lutvo imt yet
seen.. I do not think that tho Cum
hrldKo men urn ipiltu up to their form
of ltist ycur, hut t saw them later In
tho season then. Coach Wray, how
Over," sajs that (hey arc littler and
faster. . '
"Tho slides nro tinder exi-ellenl coii-
Irol, und jlm 'run' or tin- lm.it iKtuevti;
strokes Is lemarltnlily Rood, hut 1 snwi
then, when they wererow Iiik 'n very
slow stroke, A pi'lnt which Is very
.'.,' i . t..r . . . .. ,.
oiiiiceaiiu in tiiiuriiM 10 oino ui 100
other nrslty crews Initial tho liamlh
III the Harvard lin'it nro not evenly
spaced em the oars, soinn of tho men
haling (Jyin eoncutlouul haiid'M hreadth
between them, while others lime tho
hands (needier on dip oar. Wlilln
(ho laKer method allows of more lever
nfeo, 11 ocs not kvo uh Rood cuiitrol
of tho oar.
''Wray has dirt fundamental parts of
the stroko thoroughly Instilled Into his
pupils, and ho has Mirrordcil belter
i.i.. . ii .. i.r i.. - I. ...'
nun jt'iu nuill U IT iil'li'lfi III llllllllllH
one part into tho next, nud tho rhythm
"Yulo Is vi'ry iiiueli Improved, tho
'W'll llanu" behiK In shurtenliiR dpi'
8vlnKtnvuril tho Ikiw. This win ini-j
,1n'ii('lly- beamed (hroiiRli tho'ciperl-j
iiitHuhhli ihhnil n(-irricRlo-ljiiker,J
Vvlirji;riw ItiiT w ltd Coriie.l'and Trlnco-'
Inn, und" nt SprliiRlleld, when beaten,
by' l'cuns)lvuhlu. I
, Yulo 'ijce'ipH to lucllliu townrd Very
InrRu men, but It has been proved many
(lines (hat IiIr men uro not ulwuys
necessary for speed. A notnblu exam-'
ploiof 'thlft was lltllo HrlRRs, who
sjroke'd onn iif Coinell's fs(eHt crows.
"Yule, no(wltlislnndhiR (fio hitter ex
perience of the last few races, still
s(lcks to tho level slides, wdci noe'ca
sltntcs work on the roe'over us well ns
wlieu tho oars nro (n tho water. Tho
Dark llluo Is, tho only Aim Hen u crow
Unit still uses this untlitunlcd method."
Chl Ilul will catch fop tho ClilncM
tciun In tho Kelo scries, with Apau
li Uio box.
Olympic TEAM r'::::.:i:;::i:iS0MEPLAYii
OUT TO WIN
Star Athletes to Compete In
worm's Championship m
IVIeet July 1.
Tho track team reMircsenlliiR Iho
Olympic Cluh of Hsn Krnnclsco Icltj
for tho Hist mi-Juno 17. In parllcl
lalc In Iho world's iiatliin.il clianil
plonslilp meet In bu held In t'llts
hurp July 1. Thcro aro nlno mem-'
hers on tho team, of which number
flvo "left on (ho Mnciith, whllo two'
Itjft Satmdny, whllo two nlhera wcio
ut, trnlnltiK inirtcrH,!ii SaltsburR, Ta.
Tho men that uro to coms;lo fur
tho Obnmtc Club on Julv 1 aro In
ciiarRU of Caplaln I'cto Oerliunlt,'
who U aellns na niatinRcr of (ho1
lenin. When (hey nirlvod nt Salls-
burR llio men wcro turned over tn
Christie fur tho dual sI.ibo of train
It wn3 believed that Jtalph W. no3i',
world's champion bIioI puller, would
not mako Jho tilp, but at last him,
nnaiiRcd his nffnliu t,o that ho could
ro alone with tlio bunch. I
Tho Olympics lost ono Btar nlhlcto
nt tho romiiiR annual national eliam-!
liloiiBhlp paiiies of tho A. A. U. In I
liild Ic flceson,
Kdrtlo llccson, Iho track Unlvcr
Rlty of California high jumper and
hurdler, who Is nso a resident of
Ihls city, returned I.int HatifriMy fnnu
Mliinonpolls, where ho Inolt part In'
Iho coiitereneo meet, and Bin reeded
InlleliiR (or Hist It) the lilgli jump
mill plticliiK In the hurdles. Ilcesou
Bays that 'ho was seriously haiidl-'
capped 'In' lliu high Juiup by a rulltiK
llicy luivo fii tho Confereneo usini-j
cl,'j!'ii which rntlllcs u Jumper to
only vn trials at any height at which'
lie iilla, whllo It Is customary lo nl.
lov (In co elsovvhero. Ilceson warf,
also Blnlci) to go to I'itlshurg audi
compete us u member of thq Olympic'
Club, hut the UnlveiaUy or California'
utlilptrs wero Informed nt Mimic-'
upiilla that If they did so they would,
t6 lupllglbjo to toinpclo in u futmo
Confcrrnco mcpl. According to '
Confereneo rulliiR, nn nlhlcto cinnnt
cninpeto for both his Bchool und n '
cluh whllo nttoiullug colloRo. Ah tho
University of California "inlcmlH send
ing an exceptionally strong (cam to
tho next Coufe'reuca meet. It was do
cldcil not to go to lMttshurK. A
Tho men who uio training for tho
ineot riotn tho Olympic Club nr
Caiilalu-Manugcr Telo flcrhardl, O,
Snoillgiir. W. Camphilll, W. McAuIcy,
II, lloiliio, Ralph Itoso (Ihn chamnlon
of all champions vvllh the shot), Hel-1
ali und Wyman, and also Morris.
Thltf Is ono or the gtiongest loams
that has over I ('presented tho Olym
pic Cluh In tho chnmplniiBlilpH, nnd
Willi tho Bluing iiRKirgiition helUK
teni by Iho Seattle- Athletic Chh, liu
Pnclllc Co.isl In general will ho iep
rcsenlcd by Iho very plelt of the; west
Tho men will vvoik out twlcu a dav
and inn expected to ho In xplendld
eniitllllou on tho day or Iho meet..
During tho training 'for tho last fuwl
weeks tho men hn,vo boon In chaignf
of Al Loan, Iho eluh's trainer, und
lio Bay tho tpam ofT yesterday fium
Iho (efiy, aflor giving thcni mhhq
llnal vyords of lintruclon for tllu Jqur
(icili.irdt Is pet haps ono of (ho
bcht-ldimyu ii(hlcles In this country,'
und for his ago Is ono of tho most,
rv-murknlilp men using a spiked bIioo
In Ameilca today. He has been icp-l
resnnlliig Ihu OIniplc Cluh at thol
national championships for many
yciirs, und no "vvlpged O" team Is
ciinsldercd cninplcto vvllh out "Pelo.",
M'lth t-ueillgiir und Cuin)belt, ho will j
run In tho sprint events. Hucdlgar Is
ulfo well knuwn In tio ICast, nnd ho
sides going In tho sprliits will eutst'!
(ho tumid Jump and Iho javelin thiow.
At tho latter ovpnt ho Is a "aiwclal
1st," mill It would not lio surprising
(o bco tho loruitir blue, and Rold .ith
Icto vvlu tlm event, lio Miould at
any rate place In It, but t3 ho haa
Deen dCHiR IB" root consistently, 11
looks as li ho might win this ovpnt
July K In tho broad Jump Hnodlgar
has been doing 23 feet, and this nleu
hliould bo gpKl clinuKh for n place
Jlusldci llicso events ho dues well
with tlio shot am) will probably try
foi this event ns well.
T)ie ono Biiro bet of the team out
slilo of nose Is limine In tho liU'.U
Jiinili. Tlio Stanrqril lad Is jumiilni;
In Bil!iiilq form, and u hs lust Juiup
on 1'ihlny ho clcnu'it (bo hjr nJ, C feet
21 li(clie vsilhout any tiouhtc,
Tho Ynlo-Ilnrwird boat rae'e,
one (if tho blRRest Inlercolle
Rl.ilo sporllni; events of tho
sinmin, takes plaee tomorrow
arternoou. Unless tho riiri' Is
delayed by accklrnt or rouKli
water. It will bo finished In limn
lor (ho news (o be roe-olvcd hern
hy cable, nud (he Hill let In
will puhlHi (ho results In lis
limine lias Jumped fl feet I Inches
this beacon and has been consistent
tit I! feet 2 Inches lo r, reel 3 Inches.
Tho best Jump -registered In tho llast
this senpnn has been f feel 2 Inches,
nud If In his right for inltorliio should
bo uhlu lo better this,
Willi McAuley, Wjman and Camp
bell In tho 41(1, tho elub has probably
the bpst trio of (piaitcr hitlers on tho
Morris will run In both hurdle
ovents, arid In tho low sticks Camp
bell will nl3o bo n ttarlcr. Ilcllah, If
In form, Is good lor 12 feet or over
In the pole vault, n'nd ho might pos
sibly get a placo nt thin, height. Itatph
llosc has held tho nalioniil champion
ship with tho shoo every year slnco
1307, nnd looks a suro vvjnncr again
this voar. At present ho Is putting
the lull around tho ID-foot mark, and
this Is considered good enough to win
the event without trouble.
piiii.Ann.rniA, Juno n. mich
I lael llotchklrs of Ilerkeloy, Oil., de
feated Miss I-'lurcnee Sutton of lie
Angeles, Cat., In the challenge round
for Iho women's national tennis rhaiu
plonslilp today' and thereby retains
the title. '' . . "
Miss IlotchklsH won. hvo sets to
one. the scire being .X lo, f I, fl 7.
Miss Hutlon showed unexpected
stieugllii hud It vvas only utter n se
ries of iho most desperate rallies that
Miss llolrhklss was nlilo to win.
Miss Sutton ovcrcunio a lend oM 2
iigalnst her In tho first set by winning
tli I Co straight games, hut IS games
vv'Rro iieeess.it y boforo she cuptnred
In tlio second set Miss llotchklss
summoned all her skill and lesnuirc
f illness and iopIpi! off six games, dur
ing live of which Miss Siitlon gained
but eight points.
.Tho third set wns nip nnd tuck
lliioiighout. At two games nil, Miss
lotchklss started lobbying tactics for
tho first t lino In tho match, and this,
together with miiiio keen cross court
shots, won her Ihn match.
Tho mixed doubles championship
was won by Miss llulchklss nnd Wal
lace V. Johnson, who defeated In
straight sets Miss llnn Wlldcy nnd
Herbert M. Tlhlen.
Rain prevented the playing of tho
woman's doubles llnal In which Miss
llolchki'ss and Miss Klcannra Seals
of Hoston aro ppisei lo Miss Sutton
nud Miss Dorothy Cicen of Philadel
phia. ii n n
William l'llol. captain of dm l.llillO
baseball team, will return to his homo
llfls evening by dm W. l Hull, nrier'ii
slay of a week In town. Hn will hn
one or the slur ntbleles on tho Millie
tiuck In the meet tn bo held ut l,lhllo
Park on the I'oiirlh of July.
Tho tlekels ror tho benefit dnnro
for tlic llilwnll haschiill loam are i;el
lug fast, and t tip boys nru still hus
tling around trying to sell all tlmv
can, for they nend tlio money,
(Additional Sports on Pa 7)
n n n ii tt it n it ti n t: n n t n si
H 6PORT CALENDAR. ' II
:: Sunday, July 2. U
XI Uaseh.ill Chiucso vs. Hawaii at t!
IX Atlilvllc Pmk. II
XX Fifteen Mllo Tluco Soldier KIiik, t!
tt Fitzgerald, lluldienetto. ti
IX Tuesday, July 4. St
SS llaschall with "Kehw St. Imls SS
St Ahiuiul vs. Kelo Unlvciulty. St
St J. A. C. vs. Hawaii at Athletic XX
XX Patk .
XX Uaseball rort rtuser vs. Second S
XX Infantry at Knplolnnl Park.
' ti inlnniilm in l.'lfth Cnvnlrv nt St
SS Moaunlua. M
XX Track Meet, I.lhuo, Kauai. XX
XX Yacht Harn Honolulu (0 Knhu- XX
XX 1 ui for Williams' Dip. ''lvo en- XX
XX tries H
SS Wednesday, July S. XX
XX Baseball Kelo vs. Chlncso :30 XX
XX O'clock nt Athletic Park. t
SS Sunday. July 8. Xt
SS Uaseball Stnr vs. Bt. Iiuls; Ha- SS
XX wall mi. Kelo a Athletic Park. XX
xx s: si :i n n xx :: an 4: m :i 11 u ti
IN NEXT POLO
Men, Mallets nnd Horses
Will Enter In Battle
"Hey, boy! You wall, that horse!'1
was nn expression th.lt shut aeross the
sod of tho Mo.hmIiii polo grounds
many .times jestentnv It also -iliol
with miieli guito. Htlglin the horse
boys Into netloii und 'etislug the out
ruged polo ponlen' feelings tovvalds the
tuiN that woulil allow limn to stand.
wet und overheated. In thn cool even
ing brcozl that was wont lo send
slurp-clawed lltllo chills racing up nud
down their spines mid legs In 11 most
uticnmproiuMng manner. If ponies
could cuss In downright, plain, tiuadul-
tcr.ilnd Kngllvh, nnd could lbs afore
said cursing kill, all the kiddles would
bo reposing peacefully today, vvllh a
nice cool blanket of tod covering (hem
about six feet In thickness mid one
ton In .weight
Come to think of It, though, you
couldn't blnme them If tho polo candi
dates nin lit to distract (heir minds III
such n vvny ns (o niako (heni oblivious
of nil worldly dudes odier (hall (o
stand and gnpe ut tho fast. Ilasby ma
neuvers 4r dm 11. ihn polo Irani, prac
tising ror dm elaib vvllh tho cavalry
squad on tho Pourth 01 July
It will be somo clnsh, too n clash
that will III! the ulr with lire and
hrhuMnun for many mile mound
Tim i-nvnlry Imivh nro working hard
nnd working n,ulrtly. They have got a
s(rong (earn (his year -a team much
stronger Hum most people think Dukii
Is playing with 11 two-sided stroke Hint
is n "wonder, which, combined with lild
speed, strength nud accuracy, ought lo
keep tho Jiomo boys gucr-slng and very
much mi die Jump. Qiinckeiuncver,
Hansen und I'orsy tho lire going Jt neck
mid neck for honors, with a finish In
View so closo It will bo bard to decide
the shining light.
The Oalui team Is looming up over
whelmingly In lis speed nnd heailworlc.
Tho nieiiibeis fully renllzn tho rugged
aggregation they will smali (inllets
Willi, mid Just how bard they will have
In play (ii bring homo Iho bacon. Cap
tain Dillingham Is showing .tlio local
adndriis whnt aggressiveness really
can do. Ills cyo has been accunitely
trained, e-uuslng him to meet tho lull
fair and square, draw lug the mallet
from either side wdlh 1111 euso (hut Is
wonderful lo behold, ml vniiclnfi thn
glnbo perfect In Its direction.
Dillingham's mounts nro nil fine iuil-
in.il.i, respniiiling quickly w 1 1 1 1 Interest
to his barely percepllblo (ouch, Man,
iinlmal und mallet seem to work as
one u perfect mnclilno of pololsin.
For bnril work, rush and daMi you've
got to band It to Shingle this yrnr
Ilo certainly Is using his bend, horse
inn) unlimited eneigy lo miko polo
what It should be a snappy, cracking
gnine Wherever ynu sen tio hull,
win (her (earing down (ho Held or ly
lug hi (bo scrimmage nailing for ti
mallet to glvo It life, you will always
see Shingle charging with a big heart
mid soul behind him, ahead of the oth
ers During thn gmuu on the I'ourlh
tho II. S. boys want to watch pretty
ilonily hn doesn't rush them ntf tho
Held "Sparing thn hnrso nud loMnc
11 point" Is not mnougst bis thermos.
Atkinson nud Dciilsnu will lUToul
what opiiasltlon conies llielr way rrom
tho e-avnlry Tour a tlmo they never
(Ireanied of When It comes lo speed,
ball advancing mid blocking, they are
11 thn running not more than ji rou-
tilo or reel iKlilmi Diiiiughnm umi
Shluglo. Neither eats tlio dust kicked
up by any rival.
Tho enthusiasts nnd backers that go
to sco a contest full of go, ginger and
snap will not como away disappointed.
Tho outcome means 11 lot to both
squads, nnd tho contesting for honors
will bo most spectacular.
The event will tako place oil tho
1'niiltll ot July, ut :i o'clock, oil tho
Moanalua polo grounds, tho teams to
lino up qs rollows:
Onliu P. C. Cavalry
Denlson No. 1 Duke
Shingle No. 2.. Hanson
pilllngliam No. S. . Qimckenineyer
Atkinson No i-. Forsythe
xx :s ix
Two marksmen In Columbus. ()
hum! up perfect scores of 100 eiirh
In preliminaries to the Krnnd Ameri
can handicap shoot Theie wnro
twenty bird RiveepstnkeB, vvllh 100
birds for -eaeli man, nnd both J M
j Hawkins of nnllhnnrn and J. It I u
Ingslon or Sprlncvlllc,
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