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STRIVE TO WIN
Among those who were backing the
Ht. Louis College team Inst Sunday wos
a lurgo crowd of Chinese fnns, which
was very happy Indeed to nee the
Saints win the game.
Tomorrow nftcrnonn the Chinese will
turn 'out In full force again to root for
their team, ns they nre nut discouraged
over the low of the hint km me. They
claim that Apau did not warm up In
time and, thnt It wan too late when he
pettled down to his regular fonn.
The ClilncHo nre determined to win
this game, and they won't he a happy
crowd after the game If they fall to
turn the tabled on their opponent. "
I2r. Sue, Akanii and V. Ayuu were
way olf their hatting form on the laiit
occasion when these two teams met,
mid It Is hoped thero Mur players will
Ilnd tho curvcsHomorrow.
Since tho Saints have broken the
Kclo string of victories. It Is believed
by nil tip; Chinese fans thnt their coun
trymen can inanogn to keep It up
The Kelo nine was still feeling th
defeat It sustntned at the hnnds of the
St, l.nuls team up to yi-Merdny, hut has
now recovered from tho shock nnd will
be ready to patch up thnt lost game
by winning from thu Chlneso tomor
row. The Japanese, fans belle vo their team
can hold Its own tomorrow nnd do even
worse than It did last Wednesday.
There Is no doubt that miothvr big
crowd will 1m on hand tomorrow ta.sce
tho Chinese bring buck the laurels.
There Is n rumor around town that
tho Chinese funs tried to buy out the
Ewt bleachers, but were unsuccessful.
Captain A mini Is In hopes that- his
team will win, ns ho Is anxious to
havo a chance at winning the, -final
If the Chinese lose tomorrow, the
teams will meet onco imjrc, on theSCth.
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i Alexander Strong, "12, of New York
City was unanimously elected captain
of the Harvard crew for tho year 1912
lit a meeting held at Ited Tup Immedi
ately after the race. lie has rowed on
tho varsity crew for two years nt No.
C and was a valuable man on the team:
Strong Is 21 years of age and is 0 ft.
2 1-2 In. tall. lie weighs 189 pounds
nml Is thu largest man on tha crew, -
lUdrllffd Hoincyn, '12, wiih elected
cnptuln of the Yulo crow for 1912 at a
meollng held at tho crew quarters after
Ilomeyn Is nlso a New York boy. He
was a member of the freshman squad
last year. Ha Is 21 years old, weighs
174 pounds, and Is C ft. 2 In. In height.
FAflDOM AT RANDOM
Sngaso was not in tho beat of con
dition before' ho went In tho game
Sunday against tho St, Louis College
team, and for that reason wits knocked
out of the box. He stated before ho
played that ho was not In bin regular
Kied Weed, the iiollco officer, was a
. happy man when the SaintA turned out
victorious Sunday, Ho , marched
around tho field with a big egg, as
much ns to say that If apy Nipponese
touched It ho wo ild paint him yellow.
All hopes of seeltig Kaoo In action
on the track again hereafter ore about
Antone Kaoo, tho Walalua Homo,
who hag made biicIi a good record him
self In all tho races he. has taken Vart
In, has decided for once nnd for all
that ho will not run Fitzgerald or any
One of tho incut hotly-contested
games ever played down the country'
wa that on Sunday between the Kn
awa nine, supposed champions of the
windward side of the bland, mid the
Tfie Kakwns journeyed over to Kn
ncohe, flve'mlles distant, to tackle the
other man until, tho uinmoters can nee Kaucohe bunch, nnd the encounter was
nlnn. (IiaI- turn, AC slwltftf thn ttl.4 wa'n 1,,. nn.. rlirlil lltpi.itirli imjlltitr In n
horse $600, win or lose, drawn fight on account of darkness.
In a talk with Kaoo a few days ngo, The game was for the championship
Iho marathon runnqr said; "1 can heat of Koolnupoko district, in which there
that haole any tlmojI'm sure I cnn.ore four teams,
do So. I've seen htm run, and I know
ho won't lost the full, distance. Hut
what's tho use? These woplo fool mo
all tho time about the money part.
Many tlmo they tell mo run for gate
receipts. When time conies, hardly
anything pnld for all my hurd.,work..
Thlg tlmo I won't let them fool me
It wns scon that ho meant what ho
said, nnd now It looks 'as though noth
ing enn change his mind nnd that the
proposed marathon race will drop
Kaoo has been In Iho game qultn
awhile, and has not gained much by
his races, only to got 'the honor of be
ing tho champion marathon runner of
Hawaii. ' ,
Fitzgerald would very much Ilka to
havo a run with the old man, at) ho
has been expecting everything to bo
arranged all right without any hltrh.
He -hag no races planned In the States
for soma time to come, and the
chances nro now thnt he will stay hero
for awhile and see It he can't Induce
Kaoo to run him.
Tho onos who woro ready to pro
mote the race cannot see how they
can afford to give such a ilg sum to
Kaoo If ho wins qr. Is defeated. If
Kaoo can como down n his demands,
mnybo something can , bo arranged.
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John Sllvn pitched for tho Knneoho
nine nnd Ilrnddy for Knnun. lloth
twlrlers pitched the games of their
lives, nnd the match lasted twelve In
nings, w Ith the score 1 to 1 when aban
doned on account of dnrkness.
The Kaneohes were the first to score,
which thej did In the sixth Inning
througft errors. The Knawas came
bnbk In tho, last half of the seventh and
tied the score. The rooters for both
side were kept on their toes till the
thn from the seventh tuning until the
game, was called off In the twelfth In'
Sylvn wns behind the bat for the
Knneohe team, while Stone received
Tho teams will play another game
next Sunday on the Kaawa grounds,
and the ninth Inning will probably see
one of the teams victorious.
Ilaseball down the country It going
along tine, anil tho players are taking
u great ileal of Interest In the game.
On Sunday the Knhukus took the
measure of the I .ales by the scoro of
In tho Plantation League, thn A lea
team Is champion, winning u beautiful
silver cup put up by the league.
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Mlyake had Harney going some in
V- vJ,h!B 'onrtli - Inning fliindnjr. when Jio
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Tho 'clmmploiiKblp game of th,
handball tournament held iit'lho V. M.
C. A. ended 111 a victory for V. Mur
cnlllno from Nolt aftir hard-fought
gume. lust evening, lloth men played
lor ull they weru worth, mid three
games wero necessary to decide the
In the llrst game Marcalllno took Ids
opponent into cuiiip, lifter u very close
gnme, 21-19. Noll came buck strong
in the second and boat Marcalllno, 21
This inada lint third game a neces
sity, and tho spectators were pleased
to sen It turn out that way, u It was
very Interesting to natch the two truck
players In the struggle for thacham
plonshlp. Nolt did not show-up so well
In the lust round, nnd lost to Ms oppo
nent by It to 21.
Marcalllno has kent a clean sheet
right through, und Nott rMis the only
man to give him a hard rub,
unm players pui up a neuujr. gnme
und kept the onlookers on their toes
ull thu time. Nott lost his (pily match
This year's tournament has not turn
ed nut to be a success -In the number
of entries, but the boyH who have taken
up the sport have put up soiXe good
. Tho handball series has now ended,
but tho pool nnd Millard tournament
Standing of the players In the tour
nament concluded lust night:
V, Marcalllni 4
J, Nott 3
a Dwlght 3
(.'. Lewis, 1
V. Ilaseman ...i. 3".'
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MYRTLE CREW WORKS
FOR A, A-yU, MEET
The proposad cahne race between' the
Ilkulelo Club nnd the Myrtle crew Is
culled olf on account of the latter
wanting to start In training for the A,
A. U. uiiuatlu Hports which are to bo
pulled oft on August 12.
Captain Ileldford of tha Ukuleles
was ready to tackle the Myrtles on the
2ud, hut the A. A. U moH now seems
to be occupying the attention of the
Myrtles, to tho exclusion 'of the eulroo
The Myrtles bail a strong crew to
buck 'up ugulnst the Ukulele crew, but
tho latter aggregation It. fnore familiar
with the WalMUl course than aro Iho
It Is hos'd that the race run bo nr-
riMipod for Knmo time III tint future, as
It would be umliiu-iciitliis aveut, tt'
knocked out nil kinds 'of foul flvs'lil
every' direction' of tho park, one of
which landed on "(linger" Mayne'ri
btenst. A1 finally ended hla nlavlni
with Harney by landing a beauty over
short for a busn hit.
CharlPH llosen. Ihe ftitura pitcher of
tho Kanicluimeha ScIhkiIs baseball
team, who lately went to Knual to
upend tho Hummer. Is now one of tho
official umpires of the Kauai Ilaseball
League, Ilosca was appointed nt a
meeting held last week.
Captain Kunkl and Koyumu wero out
nt Aala I'ark last evening coaching the
Aijabl team, which Is composed of
young Japanese players of tho Oalm
Junior League, lloth theso university
players turn nut with the local young
sters every other day.
Ih tho sixth Inning Sunday, Kn Sua
and Franco made a chase after Kan
kl's pop fly, and when they got under
It both hesitated about catching it,
and of couno Kankl was, safe and
happy at first.
Sasaki made two big blumlora in
Sunday's game, when two dandy balls
wont right through hi hands. He abiii
tried hla usual one-hand. stunt In try
ing to catch DustmeU on second, but
It is said that KJIaucn baseball team
won Its gamo ou ttio homo grounds
(rum tho l.eliuls through tho aid of
some young beauties who gave their
full support to the home team, which
made, tho Lchul pltchar give out. '
Koyamn, tho right fielder on tho
Kclo team, Is certainly n wonder in
robbing thoso flys off tho Honolulu
players. Sunday hn went after tw.i
of tbenl' and pulled them Into hla
In tho Kclo-St, LoiiIb gamo Sunday,
rCn Sue niado n wonderful running
catch, when ho ran dawn from ijcep
renter Into the right field nnd stole,
Kukudn'H Bky ball off lliishnell.
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tt Baseball Chlueae vs. Kelo. !t
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tt T. A, C. vs. Kelo, tt
tt Yacht Hiiro Oovoruor'a Cup: tt
tt Around Ihe Islands. tt
tt Sunday, July 23. tt
tt Haneball-1'. A. C. vb. J. A. C; tt
tt Hawaii vs. Kelo. tt
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