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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T H., WEDNESDAY, JULY S, 1911.
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TEAM HAS SAILED
A party of twonty-four men from
Yuln ami Hurvard truck teams mada
tlio trip last Saturday ncrosn the At
. In ii 1 1c to Knglnnd, vvhero they are to
meet CambrhlKc nnd Oxford next
Sixteen nf tlio numlier who railed on
the HI. l'mil for the International track
Inert will compete! III tho varloun
Floyd nnd Hevvrill, managers of the
Harvard mid Yale team, accompanied
Captain Kllpatrlck of Yale (dated he
fore he left that the chunceH of tho
American team winning depended upon
the luiig-dlMunce runnrrn. In 1899,
'JJOt nnd 1904 the American teaini had
been victorious, nnd thin Is the first
yenr when the American team In In
doubt about carrying off tho honors.
In forecnntlnK the probable outcome
of the vnrlous events, Captnln Kllpat
rlck Hold: "Putnam of Oxford nliould
hun hut little dltllcnlty In defeating
either Howard of liar Mini or Chlldi of
Yule In the hammer throw, us ho In
credited with IBS ft. 3 In. In the Ox-ford-CauibrldRii
meet IIiIh uprlnR.
Moreover our men will be handicapped
In havlnc to line n 9-foot circle In
Kte.id of u 7-foot circle to throw from.
Chlldi has thrown the hammer US feet
mid Ii steadily Improving. Wo should
nut to Kiirprlxed Ui neo him press Put
nam hard for first honorn,"
He also believes that the U. S. team
can win the broad jump nnd 120-vunl
hurdles with ease. Hblden of Ynlo Is
expected to tuko" tho former event,
white Chtsholm. nlsn of Ynlo, U looked
upon to win the hurdles. These are
the only two event tho Americans are
practically sure of winning.
In the"'100 nriiT 440-yard dashes nnd
high Jump' It wilt bo n hard right for
first place. In the 440-yard dash the
American team has Stewart, a fresh
mm of Ynle, who makes It In SO sec,
while Mlllan of Cambridge nnd Perry
of Oxford can run It In thnt time.
Captain Foster of Harvard will bo
prevented from entering" tho meet. Ho
In n good man nt the 100-yard dash.
The American team mny tuko the
half mile, nr It has Jnipies nnd Preble
,' f Harvard, the former of whom Is
' looked upon to win first place.
vTho shot-putting contest would un
iloubtedly result In nn American vie
tory, with Captain Kllpatrlck of Yalo
llrst nnd Howard of Harvard second,
Tho complete make-up of tho Amer
ican team Is as follows:
100-yard dash Thatcher, Yale, nnd
410-yard dash Stewart, Ynlo;. Kel
lev, 1 larvard. '
HSO-yanl run Preblo, Harvard;
One mile Juuues, Harvard; Law
Two mile Wlthlngton, Harvard;
ISO-yard hurdles Chlsholm, Yalo;
llroad Jump Holden, Ynle; Kllpat
High Jump Canlleld, Yalo; Barker,
Hammer throw Chllds, Yule; How
Shut put (If Included) Kllpatrlck,
Yule; Howard, Harvard.
The meet Is scheduled to take pl'ico
some time between July 8 nnd 12.
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KEIO NINE BEATS
Crowd Attends Games.
Plays Game of
In splto of attractions elsewhere.lho
Athletic Park dicw n large crowd of wall), 4; llrst huso on errors, J, A. C. 0, the Inland record fur the ten-mile run,
baseball funs yesterday afternoon to Iliiwulls 4; double plays, Kenlohu to milking It In 11:54, heatliu; Jim llir
see about twenty Innings of good base- Franco, Aram to Keulolm to Chilling- rick's time of 12:3C.
The flrt enmo of the nftcrnoon wns
between the J. A. C. mid iliiwulls.
This wus a. rattling good game, the
lluwnll nine coming out victorious
uftei bentitur their noiiunents In the
sixth Inning. I
The crowd wns anxious nil nfter-
noou as to whether the Kclos would
arrive In lime to pluy. The parkmun
urreuient did Its part well by having
launches outside the harbor to meet
them when they arrived. As soon as
the doctors had Inspected them, tho
Kelos were ullowed to enter the
launches fur shore, till In their uni
forms nnd rearly to buck up against
tho St. Louis bunch, who believed they
would have u cinch In the game.
The Japanese arrived nt tho purl;
about S o'clock and a tlve-lnnlng game
wns plaed between them and the St.
Louis nine, with the result that the
visitors beat the town nine S to 1 aft
er knocking llushiielt out of the box.
The Nipponese did well In their short
game, nnd showed that they are a hard
bunch to bent. They did not bring
along their seu-lcgs us expected by tho
St. Louis boys, but brought n dose of
medicine for llushnell.
Tho J. A. Cs. nnd Hawalls put up
thu first go of the afternoon, nnd tho
hitter put the cruel; Japanese team to
steep to thu tune of r, to 1. The, Nip
ponese were minus Akuna und Walker,
Kenlohu, who held down llrst base
for Akaua, made a few, grandstand
plays during the afternoon, catching a
few wild ones with one hand.
The Hawaii bunting combination
was In evidence again yesterday, nnd
It worked, 1). Desha and Itlcu doing the
In the sixth tho Hawaii team got
four men over the plate, nnd It was
done this way: Itrce got frco trans
portation to llrst, stole second and
third. Illll Desha got out on llrst, D.
Desha bunted und ltlco romped home.
1). Desha stolo second, Kiiullt sent
grounder to short und wns safe on
llrst, David advanced to third; Ila
muuku enmo up und swatter out n
mean one to center Held which brought
both Kiinlll and David home. Hn
nuiuku stole second; Dreltr out on sky.
Hnmuuku reached homo nn n fumble
In the lucky seventh tho Jnpaneso
made their lone run, Trauco getting
home on n wild throw.
In tho Kelo-St. Louis match, the
former made one run In tho llrst and
live In the second Inning.
llushnell was hit for six In two In
nings, which is us good us nny of tho
locnl teams could get off him In such
a short lime, Joy took his place In1
the third, nnd It was n different story.
as tho Jiipuneso fnlle to do much aft
er Harney wiih once In the box.
The Kelo nine showed that It wus
very clever on bases, the men stealing
buses almost every time they felt llko
It, und without much trouble. In the
lust Inning Takahuma made u wonder
ful running catch off Ihi Sue.
Tho official scores are as follows:
All It I1H SU PO A V.
Zeibe, If ...
I'runco, 2b 2
AVam, 3h ,,3
...3 0 0 0 0 3 1
..3 0 0 0 11 2 2
Kenlohn, II 3
Wiil.itu, cf ,3
0 0 0 10 1
lloopll, c 3
0 0 0 7 2 0
0 0 0 I S 1
Totuls 27 1 0 1 24 13 7
All UllH SHPO A r.
Alee, If 1 112 3 0
W. Desha, cf 3 0 0 0 2 0
D. Desha, rf 3 1 0 1 3 0.
Kiiatll. ss .1 10 2 0 0
Hmnnuku, 21 4 112 0 3
Dreltr, lb 4 0 0 0 17 0
Murkham, 3h 3 0 0 0 0 7
Hnphnel, c 2 0 0 0 2 0
Lola, p 3 10 0 0 7
Totals 20 T 2 7 27 17 1
J. A. C.
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
Ituns ,.0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 6
1 SUM M AHY.
Sacrlilcs hits. like. W. Dosha,
J. A. C.
Kcio Team Arrives Late But
Desha; left on bases, J. A. C. 1, Ha-
worth; hit by pltchir, franco; struik
out, by Lulu 1, Medelros 7; buses on
culled bulls, oft I.utu 1, Medelrus 4.
Umpire, Uower; scorer, itaposq; tlmu
"f game, 1 hour 19 minutes,
All KIIII SHPO A II
0 10 2
Knnkl, 2h : tl 0 0 1 0
Iltgu, 21, 0 0 U 0 0 1
Mlyuke, c 3 110 4 0
Kuyaiiiu, rf .1 0 0 0 0 0
Tiiknlinuia, ef .,..3 0 1 U 1 1
Kiixukn, 3b 2 1 0 0 1 0
Kugtise, p 2 1 U 0 1 4
Goto, lb ., 1 0 0 0 C 0
Nunmikl, If 1 1 0 0 1 0
Ishlkawu, If 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 20 G 2 1 15 8 2 race, ns the homo teuui could not take
ST. LOUIS. In prize, ns It would Inteffiru with the
All It lilt Sit PO A 13' A A. V because soinu of thu Kent
i:n Sue. ef ....
O. llrunn, lb ...
Joy. rf-p ..',...
II. Ilruus, If ,.,
Murkham, 3b ,.
llushnell, p-rf .
Totals 19 1
3 1 IS 'J 4
Huns ,, .,i. ...,....'.....! 5 0 0 0 0
Runs 0 10 0 0 1
Two-bnso jilt, MIynke; sacrifice hits,
Knnkl, iNuruznkl; left on bases, Kelos
C, St., Louis 3; first busa on errors. Ko
tos l". St. Louis 2; hit by 'pitcher, Ku
saku; struck nut, by llushnell 3, Joy
3, Sugiiso 4; bases on called balls, off
llushnell 1, Joy 2, Sugase 0; wild pitch,
Siigase; passed balls, Achl; Innings
pitched, by llushnell 2, Joy 3
llushnell 2. Joy 0. Umpire,
scorer, Tlaposo; time of game
FIFTH CAVALRY WINS
FROM SECOND INFANTRY
On Monday afternoon the Fifth Cuv
nlry team defeated the Second Infan
try team for the fourth time In a
gume of baseball played ut Scholleld
llariucks. This time tho score wns 3
It Mils u hot contest, ns the Second
team was determined to break the long
string of victories which tho Fifth has
piled up on It, but, us In thu past,, the
Infantrymen fulled to do any damage
tu the cavalrymen's reputation.
Iloth pitchers did good work und
were well supported by the rest of the
team. Collin, who pitched for the cav
alry, put eight out "by the strike-out
The cavalry team Is getting back to
Its obi stride again und Is playing some
good bull at present,
The winning team was its follows:
Ferns, 3b.; Curler, ss.; Wnlters, 2b.;
Schrell, lb.; Schoenfehow, If.; Brown,
cf,; May, rf.; Colllu, p.; flryow, o.
fandom" at random
The Kelo team has played forty-six
gumes mid won nbout thirty of them
The boys defeated tho United States
naval training station team ut Oojt
Island by the score of C In 3. That with
their last game before leaving for Ho
Thu results of Sunday's baseball
games op Kauai were lis follows: LI
hue IS, Homestead 0; Makawell 11,
Kuwiilluiii 1; Klluuca 28, Koloa 2.
(Additional Sports on Paao 10)
On July fifteenth the now Hchcdttlo
of tho Illlo llijlrond Company will ko
Into effect, liicluilltig thu new pas
senger tariff. Tho now freight tariff
will become pffertlvo In August. On
tho fifteenth tlio railroad will extend
Its service beyond I'alhaaloa, Its pres
ent terminus, to Wnvviilliul, n point
seven miles from Illlo. This menus
un extension of about two und u half
miles beyond tho present terminal
2185 edltorl.il rooms 2250
IiiisIiiihs office. These are Hie trio-
a Uone uuiubem o the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
About six thousand people Journey
ed out to Knplolunl l'urk yesitrday to
see the races pulled olT there.
llorgcr was tho wonder of the day
In the motor cycle rnce, when he broke
Thu way Ucrgcr cut tho curves ln
thu men wus u treat to sio. 11 wus
at the curves where hi) gained a great
The bund was on hand mid eviry
Inidy bud u good time. There was u
big turnout of tailors and they wile
Jolly ull afternoon.
1 about eighteen turs entered, and they
0 certainly enjoyed tho sports,
0 Tho liorsu ruce.s und the relay race
0 drew much attention, the cruvwl re
0 iniiliilng to see the rilay pulled off,
0 this being the Inst event of ttie day.
Oj The Hist horse ruio wus ut three-
1 eights of a mile, und Uatlhl Hoy won.
0 Tho second event, quarter mile, was
O.ulso won by Kullhl Uoy.
There was much talk ovir thu rday
l;rela men hud taken cash prlies 1m
1 1 for j, which burs mi A A. U. nun from
2 competing with tin m. This ufficted
Itlce, us ho was the only member on
the team who belongs to thu A. A. II.
The Kent boys tried to show that
they would 'give the loculs n hard
nib If they did run mid that all their
four men were cracks over thu 220-
yurd cuurse. Ily r-i)lug this much the
town team WHiited them to prove It,
nnd ho .lull ngalust them fur time, us
lit, prizes inuld l,eli)eii.
Manoh.i look the first lap for tlio
town team and gained live yards; Illll
Desha gained five more, und Godfrey
ndded ii lew more sards to thu big
gulu, while Itlce ended with nbout
fifty yards bitwevii the Kent man und
Slonp mid himself.
The events mid winners:
Tug-of-vvur, Hevin-iii.ni teams from
Kent nnd Challenger Won by Kent
team. First pull, 1;0S; second, 1:11.
Sack race, llrltlsh sailors Won by
Ilendley; Halner second.
Hlghty-Mird dash, llrltlsh sailors
Won by llluudell (Kent); Hcudlcy
(Clmllj-ngt r) second. Time, 9 4-5 sec.
Hundred-yard dash, exhibition Won
by lllundelt. Time, 11 1-5 sec. There
were four men In this nice, ull from
Putnto nice, men from llrlllah cruls
ers Won by Hood; Campbell second.
Motor eyile race, oiiu' mile, tlylug
start Won by It. Ilerger. Time,
Motor cycle nice, llvo miles, 4 .horse
power nnd iindir Won by C. I. Ala
meda; W. Lester second. Time,-8 3-4
Motor cycle nice, five miles, free for
all Won by I). Todd; II. Chilton sec
ond. Time, 7:30,
Japanese fencing exhibition, live
events, Won by Mr. Wuda.
Japanese wrestling, six-man totirnu
ment Won by Hnnaguruinii.
Ilk) do nice, scratch, Hngllsh news
boys, onu mile Won hy Joe (luerra
Advertiser. Time, 3:03.
llleyclo i ate. one mile, boys under
llftien years of age Won by M. Itosu.
Hlcycln race, half mile Won by E.
Mngoon. Time, 1:10.
Horse racing, threo-clghths mile,
inn, niri Kniiiil ltuv Won iv Kn-
Ilhl Iluv. Tnif. 43 2-S w. '
Hurnu itii'hur. quarter mile; lied,
nun riirl. Kiilllil Iluv Wuii liv Kullhl
,,.... ,.im .,9 B,.,.
Tlircclr-KKinl ""''. "' of "rltlHli
HhlpH Won hy llliinilcll-McKenuy;
Mntnr 'vi'ln riiei'. ten mlleH Won hy
lienor, 11:51, hrenklin; truck n-cord;
II. Chlltiiu Bocuiid.
lliilf-mllit relay nice, lliitlsh tenm
VH Honolulu -Won uy iioiioiuiu, jiiih',
hlacklieadt and oily skla may, he
juicily ovetcoine liy the frequent
ue. of t
Hitt'l H'll ui WUJiir Of i.
Tin re was n good-sized crowd nlong
thu waterfront yesterday to see thu
bunt races pulled off In tho harbor, and
some surprises were sprung.
Somehow or other tho Heatanl crew
mmiugid tu win from tho Myrtles utt
er u goud rnce. It was n barm) rate,
from the spur buoy to tho harbor, nnd
the Mine revv won with ease.
Thu band was, In attendance, nt tho
Mjrlle llout House, where the largest
irovvd of spectators assembled during
The most Interesting event of tho
day was the ennoe rnce. In which
"Itusty" llrovvn's crew tuckled the fu
iiiuiis Kullhl crevr.
Tills was u dandy rrfce, ns both crews
were neclt and neck nil tho way. The
start was from the spnr buoy, and the
canoes kept close to each other ull the
way till finally the llrown crew man
aged to win by half n length.
The third mid lust event of the day
was the rare fur wrens und penrls.
Three penrls and two wrens entered
(his event, one being disqualified for
passing to the windward of No. f buoy.
The Ivy wns the llrst to turn tho
stake and kept hi the lend all the way
These were the only three events
pulhd off during the aflernoon. The
warship crews did not nice, us the men
Joined the sports nt Kuplolnul Park
u t a
At tho Outrigger giouuds yesterday
afternoon lime wus great rejoicing on
thu leliiru of the lacing canoes mid
the Hutu victorious crews. It wus
Keuiiith Ihuvvn's tenth six-puddle nice
and the ninth he had steered to sliO
lesi, It was Keiimth lteldfurd's llrst
vv inning as captain and steerer of u
slx-paddhi rave, and ho was content
that thu Ukulele Patrol will becuuiu the
sicuiid ciuvv of thu Outrigger Club,
whllu tho old reliable, always victori
ous crew sees In the Ukuleles bluff
that will In tlmu luuku It thu formld-
ublu new of tho club. Hjdney Nlchol
kiu wus tlio new trjout of the Uku
lele.!, mid ho nutdo good. Walter
t'owles, sou of the udinlrul, also inudu
Ills debut us a paddltr oil this occa
sion, as did Ukulele Clustuv llulleutyne,
but, nevertheless, the Ukulele crew put
It over the Mvrtlo freshmen crew cap
tained by Marstun Campbell of thu
Outrigger Club us steersman. Mur
ston wilt now orguuUo it crew to get
back at the Ukuleles. Thu Outrigger
irevvs won thu six und four-paddle
ruces In the harbor, und tho Ukuleles,
or Juniors, won ovtr thu Myrtles. It
wus another big day fur thu Outrlgger
Ites. While the races wero being run In
the hurbor, Ted Cooper was trying un
entirely new surfing stunt ut Wulklkl.
finding tho surf ipiltt, ho secured u
tow Hue from the llcdcmann buys'
launch and got them to go full speed
anoint whit,, tin stood on tils board. Tile
xpfed kept the ho.ird uhovu vvutir unit
Coupvr vvuh ttevu llylns iktohh thu vw
tern uf Wulklkl utiiinllut; on Ills board
uu n xru us culm nb u inlllponil. Thu
InniieuuuH (kwii'tudu ut Wulklkl Is pan
thorn Ih koIiu; tu ! xoiiiothlnit Uolnir
l thu "utrinwr rum mini nuw i.n.
Hvi-ryhody N unxlous lo huvv what he
M. a n
Yvnttriluy the Wulnuau won from
llui EI.hIwi ul Wulni.-ii. Kuliul, hy th
curo uf S to 4
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1:10 Honolulu team cninimwil of Illll
liloe, (lodfrey, Hill Desha nnd Manoha.
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Ilruvvn, Hi; Ilriinnuii, 2l.; Zaineskii,
3h ; Trener, hh.; Ilyan, If.; Franca, of,;
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