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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1911.
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hugh Mcintosh is trying to arrange a fight be
tween champion and wells. .
Jlmmie Wnlsh wan the man who
taught San lnngford to box. Ho in
now the most feared boxer outsldo
of Jack Johnson.
Bam Is said to haro been working
oh a Janitor around a gymnasium
when he drat got tho notion to bo
tt vvna early In 1902 when Langford
wiiH given his flrat chance In the ring,
when an amateur tournament was on
In Doaton, and Ham vvna allowed to
enter it. Ho won tho'event from Juck
McVlcker in the third round.
From this time on ho niado up hla
mind to stay with tho game, nnd dur
ing the last eight or nine year has
won many fights He began with tho
welterweights, but now has reached
the middleweight class.
Jock Johnson may meet lnngford
In tho ring again on Labor Day nt
Maryland. This report has drifted
from tho Kast. Tho promoters ofian
aviation carnival to bo held In Mary
land nre figuring on putting tip n
match of this sort between two good
men on tho first Monday night of
Johnson Is Raid to havo asked
$:i0,000 as his price to enter tho ring
nt Maryland, to meet either Horn
hardier Wells or ,8am lnngford.
Thcio Is another rumor nfloai that
Johnson has been going out finan
cially latoly, nnd It Is almost neces
sary for him to .rc-ontcr the ring.
Ills existence In tho world has been
rontly slnco his lost fight iit Reno.
If the Starx full to do what tliey
thnuld lo to tho Kclo University team Athletic I'ark nro tho main (.porting
In this afternoon's game, tho visitors ., ... ,. ,
in ..- V . .... ovctitx of the week end.
will carry off the llrxt round of tho
special series without being defeated, I Thero ,vl" uo tw" K"""'B 1I,H "H"'
tin 1 that Is as much as to say that they noon,-tho first between tho I. A. C. and
will havo cinched the championship Huwulls, which should turn out to lie u
when It Is only half through. Thero Is cOMJ htrUgg..
no doubt that tho Kelos can win ono , . ..,,.....
,, ,, . , .. ... , , Tho main event will start ut about
more arter they tako the Stars Into
i.nAp today. .3:3. between Marralllno's 'Ileauts"uiid
Tomorrow the baseball fans will see tho crack Kclo University team. Cap
the llril real game between tho Saints .tain Harney Joy claims that when Ah
nnd Kelo nine. Tho last time these
two teams met on the diamond they
hail n short session, hut this time they
will go throligh to the limit. Thero urn
soiiio who believe that If the Saints
had their full nine innings with the
N'lpl onese last time they met, tho homo
team would certainly huve won.
Ohl Wouldn't the home fans go, wild
If Put Oleaxon'x ball tossers carried oft
tho game tomorrow? There will cer
tainly bn niuMe In the ulr when the
umpire culls "Play hall!"
.! or Dushncll Ih slated it do the
pitching for tho homo team tomorrow.
The latter Is expected to bo In tho box
first, and Barney will bo ready to re
lieve him If neccssury.
HinOincll has gotten ever his fright
of the last meet and Is now ready for
business H wdll bo relied on to put
the ball over tho plate, and Captnln
Uriit.H ,ajs thu rest of tho team will
ilo I he rest.
There Is a saying In town that If tho
Kem score In the first Inning the g.imo
Is nliout won. The Saints uro out to
prevent this stunt Sunday.
The Kelos will bo on the alert, and
Captain mi ilk I will havn his strongest
lineup on deck for action.
(Into, the fayorltn baseman on the
Keu nine, Is out of commission at tho
prctttit time wllh u sore font and may
not bo able to play tomorrow. Mlyalio
will lie st.itloned'nt llrst If Onto Is un
able to play,
I'ukuda. the promising pitcher, ns
Kiiulil calls him, will do tho pitching
for tho visitors, and ho Is it dandy
Tho first enmo of the nfternnnn will
lie played between tho Btars and Ha- Havvnlls Raphael, p.! I.ntn, p.! Dre
walls. This should bo a good prelim,-iler, lb.; Hnmaukn, 2b; Markbnin, 3b.I
Inary. Kualll. ss.; nice, If.; V. Wesha, cf.j
John Mlllkaa will try to shut nut tho,i:n Sue, rf
Stars with his queer curves, whllo
Haves will ho his able opponent
The lineup of tho St. I.ouls team Is
as follows; .
Joy or Bushncll, p.; Akumi. lb;!
Tiareo, 21,.; Mnrkluim, .lb Chilling-
worth, ss,; If. llruns, rf.; Kn Sue, cf.;
B fcumnir, If.
ON LABOR DAY
From another Boiirco cornea news
Uhat Jack Johnson will bo .matched
with Ilombardler Wells, the heavy
weight champion of Kngland, tho fight
to tako placo at London or some other
place in England.
It Johnson is to meet Langford In
tho ring 'at such an early date, Hugh
Mcintosh, tho Australian promoter,
who brought together Johnson nnd
Hums, when tho former won the right
to meet Jeffries, nnd who Is also back
of tho proposed fight between John
son and Wells, should have tho say
In tho plan now talked of, tho Mary
Since Ad Wnlgiist won tho cham
pionship bout from Moran of Kngland
on the Fourth of July, It Is not
planned to match Matt Wells, tho
British tlllc-holdcr, on the Const on
Ijibor Day. It Is doubtful If Matt
Wells could over tako Wolgast twenty
or moro rounds of lighting. It would
he n good go If these two men aro
Bam langford, the other colored
boxer, Is about tho only man who can
glto Jack Johnson a run for his
i money at tho present time.
Tho chances or Bombardier Wells
against tho champion, Jack Johnson,
aro not so good, ns tho latter is both
a flghtor and boxer.
It looks as though all tho Ameri
can champions must either go. to Kng
Innd or Import Kngllsh champions to
furnish classy opponents for tho homo
llnxchall today and tomorrow nt the
Toon Is mi llrst huso luck Is with tho
team, and for that reason Ah Toon will
have tho honor of holding down tho
llrst cushion. Al (,'iistlo will do tho
twirling for tho Stnrs, while Joy will
bo at tho receiving end. When these
two oldtlmcrs get together It will bo
work to win.
Castle pitched his in-st game last Sat
urday, staying with tho Job for five In-
nlngb, when Haves relieved him. 8lme
then he has Improved it great deal and
will be ready to face tho enemy this
If the Kelo team starts In with Its
bunting stunt, It Is doubtful whether It
will work very well, us CuMle Is always
nu the alert.
Thero should bo a largo irnvvd out to
see the game this afternoon.
Captain Kanlil Is taking no chances
In today's game, unci will put Sugase,
Urn "glunt" pltiher. In the box. It Is
sul I that ho Is In even better form for
Oi.e of Ihe hall players remarked tho
other day that when ho swings his IihiiiI
round and round, It Is a drop 'Well,
this Is a gnoil pointer for the Star
players today If It Is trim.
Ilcth Kan Yen and U Tin will hold
Inwr Infield positions today, and both
nro valuahlo men They aro good In
the Meld and also at tho hat. I Tin
inailo two runs for tho Chinese last
The lineups for today's games;
P. A . Snares, c.: Pedro, n.: Ilrllo.
lb , l'ranto, 2t ; Rouiu, 3h ; Ilushnell,
ss.; Medelrns, cf ; Olmos, rf.; Ornel
Stnrs Joy, c; Castle, p ; All Toon,
lb., Miller, lb.; Ah Tin, 3b.; Kan Yen,
ss J Sumner, If.; Hayes, cf.; Hdopll, rf.
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The Kelo University baseball plnvers
were guests at n reception given by the
Yokohama Bank The boi are being
well entertained during their stay here.
Oh, You Keios!
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SUNDAY BALL AND THE KEIO TEAM
An article In The friend, presumably
written by Theoodro Itlehards, has put
tho Kelo University bajeball team In it
trlug position, iiKoulliig 'in ineniberk
of thu team. 'Ihe article is a .oimuent
on tho Sunday hull games hire In It
Is contained tho statement that no re-
spcctahln tiuui finiu any college east
of the Bockh'S would piny them (the
Kelos) on Sunday. It Is also liillmitid
that the Kelos have been forced to play
Sunday bull hero,
Statements made to (lie II u 1 1 o 1 1 u
froir the manager mid captain show
that the Kelo team not only has no
objection to plaving Sunday lull, pro
viding tho games nro piopeily Kiuduct-
ed, but Is until to doing fo In Japan
nnd Is not forced to play hero igalust
Its will Other statements In tho nr
tlcj, one of which deals wllh alleged
"neui -professionalism" In local student
teams, have aroused the Iro of Hono
It Is claimed by Captain Knukl of tho
nlverslty ulnu that baseball Is plajed
a gieat deal In Japan on Sundays, and.
In fact, more games me plnjiil im. Hint
day than any oilier day In tho wiek,
wlili li Is tiuo In Hawaii also.
Captain Knukl said jestenlay: "Wo
did not play any college team In the
Uaslirn Stules on Sundays, borriuso wo
wanted to llvo up to tho ctislniu thero.
Besides tills rinson, wo vviro always
glad that our team did not havo any
gaiiKb to piny on Sunday, beruilsu vvn
iT so llred out from playing ball
right thruugh Ihe week,
"Here III Honolulu wo havo no objec
tion In phyliig Iho local learns on Sun
da) s If they wish to meet us on thoso
When asked whether tho team had
decided not to play ball on Sundays
during the tour, tho gem nil manager
dec luted that tho team did not iiinku
such a stiitcimnt, nor did he hlinsell,
nnd It vvns news to the nliyers
"In Japan I was Informed about
playing cnllego teams hero instead of
playing tho Sunday games," stati d Cap
"A gentleman from Honolulu luiuoto
me nnd wniitid mo to guuianteo to play
the school teams here, but I told him
I did not want to promise nt tho time."
Kveii If ntheis of thu people of Ho
nolulu wanted to arrange guinea with
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Iho Kelo team ngalnst local school
teams, It would be almost Impossible
for the (oiiimlttiu In charge of the af
fair In rake up two good trams that
w.oultl be strong , Hough to give tho Ke
los a good contest.
Ill regard to near professionalism It
l! ibilnied that their nro no student.)
of either the Knmchumchn Schools or
Onliu Cnllego In this class. Neither of
these, tun lilg'InMltiitlnng ban student
players In the O.ilm laaguo playing for
or without pay ut the present tliuo.
The follow lug i lipping vvns taken
from the Pilend: ,
I They vvero warned "that thero was
Ininri timitnv In llin iiriirHalnttnl Mumlilv
kind of ball they were playing at thn
Athletic Park (which Kirk llustwouscd
lo rail 'mucker' ball), hut suld that If
thn (chimin and (nlliges In Hawaii took
tho mutter up, there would be good
tin 1 1, not en much money (though nil
the net returns would be theirs), but
that they would lie treated llko gentle,
men. No denial toiilil be made to his
statement that no respectable team
from any college east of the rtockles
would pl.t) them on Sunday. As a re
sult of this talk, they wtrn reported In
tho not Issue of Iho Japan Timed ax
detiriulucd to play no Sunday ball on
their American lour. Of courne, thla
had nothing to do with religious con
l.lilflllllnllM 'The- rcHHiiim for llilx utalo of af
fair jire rnmevvliat eonipllcnled, and
perhnpa do nut belong In an article
written only In bIiow whit wo would
have liked lo do for the Kelo boya Thin
much may fairly bo wild' Many of tho
KO-eulleil Htudriit tenina hcin nre dan
gerously nenr profesBlonallmn. As to
how mill h Sunday ball Iiiih had to do
with this, wo have our own opinion
The plnyera Individually may claim
i that tho money that In paid their team
doirt not come to them, but they appear
lo bo bound by dlgind agreement with
their innnngerM, which links them to
Humbiy ami Athletic I'ark"
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Vulo's gieat C'hlncKu aoccer jilaycr,
Tatin, has been xolerted left back In
the All-Amerlc.in xocccr football team
! which him been nolected by tho inter- ""' "-holar In athletics at Harvard,
j collegiate league committee. Tnnn Hamilton rixh'n appointment ax nu In
'plnycd In llllantly In nil games ho took ntructnr In government nt Harvard U
part In last ycur, "n Index of hl mental caliber."
tt SPORT CALENDAR. tt
tt If Managers of baseball and'oth- tt
tt cr athletic teams would notify tho tt
It B it I lo 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches bo that such In- tt
tt formntlon could bo placed In tho tt
tt snort calendar It would be con- tt
tt sldercd a favor. Address all com- tt
tt tnunlcatlons to Sporting Editor, tt
tt n ii I to tin Offlco. tt
tt Saturday, July 15. . tt
tt Baseball-Hawaii vs. P. A. 0. tt
tt Stars vs. Kelo. tt
tt 8unday, July 16. tt
tt Baseball Stars vs. Hawaii. tt
tt Kclo vs. Saints, tt
tt Wednesday, July 10. .!
tt Baseball Chinese vs. Kelo. tt
it Saturday, July 22. tt
tt Buscball-St. Ixiuls vs. J. A. C , tt
tt P. A. C. vs. Kclo tt
tt Sunday, July 23. II
tt Bdnchall-P. A. C. vb. J. A C ; tt
tt Hawaii vs Kclo, tt
tt August. S!
tt Inter-Inland Polo Tournament. St
SOME BIG .LEAGUE
rnrty-lwn linllplaers, one. truth of
Ihe number carried eaeli miiiqii by the
slxUcn mijor league ilulis between
May 20 nnd August 20, huve been play
ing In the big league eight ears
Tho percentage Is large considering
Ihe strain plijers undergo six mouths
of the year and Ihe fact that 601 play
ers are taken South each spring by thn
sixteen clubs ' I
The uvefago life of u pln)er In the
big leagues Is estimated at four yeais
Natural plaving ability nnd n regu
lar roilo of life during the off season
in idti It possible for the forty-two play
ers to survive.
As a rub, pltehets give way llrst
Bleven have staved In the major leagues
olght years, -, I
These players havn spent eight yours
111 thn American nnd National leagues
Cleveland Young. Uirry.
f,lans Mathewson. Aims, Wlltse.
Washington Klberfehl, Conriiy, flees.
Ill owns Wallace, Powell.
Cubs Chance, Sheckard, Kvers,
Tinker, Brow ii
', White Sox Sullivan, White, Dough
crty Boston Nationals Tenney, Flaherty.
Phillies Diinln, Titus, Moran. I.olicrt,
Athletics Murphy, Hnrtsel, D.ivls,
Pittsburg Clarke, I.rarh, Wagner.
Hronklv n Balden, Bergen
Detroit Mulllii, Donovnn. Joncn.
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V Mnrcalllno won his game from O,
Dwlght last night, which puts him at
the top of the series. He won his game
easily from Dwight, who seemed to lack
his regular form. The score of the
games were 21-10. 21.17.
The second game, between Nolt and
Lewis, was won by tho former, 21-12,
Mnrcalllno lius nun morn game to
pl.ivvind that will tukn place Monday,
vvliep be will meet Not!,
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YACHT RACE POSTPONED
The yacht race for tho Oovernor'n
I'up lias I ecu poKlponed until a Inter
ilnti, iih It wim found Impossible for
ninio of tho vnthtH to inuka the trip
today, ho foul ale their bnttouiH.
In order lo have u good race, the
vachta Khould be in the best of condi
tion! so It wax thought whe to post
pone tho race.
JAPANESE BOY WRITES
The following piece of poetry wim
Kent In Captnln Knukl of Hie Kclo team
yeslrnlay and was composed by a Jap
anenn lad ten vcara of age!
Tho Kelo nlno nro mlgty lino
When on thn diamond hipuira;
And tho gnmo they play,
I've heard'noiiio nay,
Ix nomelhlng very rare,
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IIOSTON, Miihr., July I - Waller
IliirueK,, who Krepx u closo vvntch on
thiugx utlili tic lnNow Knglund, miyb:
"llurr. Klxli, Wlthlngton and Kinder,,
tho HuccexKiva Harvard football cap-
ttalnx. havo been notable example of
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