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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H- WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911.
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FIRST MEET UNDER A. A. U. '
TO BE PULLED OFF AUGUST .12
ALL CLUBS ARE GETTING MEMBERS TOGETHER FOR
THE COMING AQUATIC EVENTS NEXT MONTH.
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The Myrllo nncl Ilonlnnl members.
nro hirnlm; out every evening In full
force, preparing for the A. A. U.
miuntlc meet which will bo held In
the Illahup Hllp or. AiiRUit 12. The
time of Rlart (if tlio race linn not yet
been nettled, hut will -bo announced'
through the prexs later on, I
The purpose of tlio meet In to entnb-
IImIi nu liumltif rerun!.- uhlph will tin
forwarded to A A U headquarters toj
bo iirlnlod In tlio nnnual book of tlio
A A. U tin records of thin Territory.
Tim program, If carried out as nt
present planned, win Include many
eveutH which ha not been tried as
yet In the Territory.
There Ik ii tnllo swimming race, which
Is n new ovelil here, no race of that
leiiKth Imvlnir taken nlaco here.
"i Til lupnl linvit hnl'n nltritit n mnntll
In which to train, and It In boned that
nonie eood records will bo established!
In the short'dlstanca events.
fleorKo I'reeth and Dan Henenr aro
at home now, mid theso crack swlm
niers made good records In the Htates.
t,nti.il. lif,L Attttmnl Ail nt tin., mnnu n.r
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peri hw limners in inu jiniern maiei
nnd has dona well. Doth men below?
In tlio Heulunl club.
Tlio Myrtles are turning out In full
force, mid tlio Interest In tlio coming
meet Is Intense. Tlio boys are out In
the wuter every evening. In great num
The members of the, Outrigger Club
nro Kettlng down to hard work out ut
tlin bench. There Is.aJKOod hunch of
lang-dlstanco swimmers: out theru and
the boys will make tile reM of tlio
competitors sit up and tuke notice
Tlio directors of the A A II., of
wlik Ii the Myrtle, Ilonlnnl and Outrig
ger clubs are members, btllcvu that
thero are many good swimmers among
the members of these clubs and that
good times will be. made when the meet
Is pulled off. r
The program of the swimming events
Is ns follows:
1. Ilfty yards; 2, one hundred yards.:
3, two hundred and twenty yards; A,
four hundred and forty yards: G, eight
hundred and eighty yards; c, one mile;
7, three hundred yards, relay, six men
on a team, each to swim fifty yards.
The above program, Is a noel ouu to
tlio Honolulu sports, as tin re, lime been
no races held here over the sso-yard
The relay race should he n treat, and
tlio shorter events will be well worth
watihlng. Kverybody hopes the meet
will bu n success.
A prlre, which will no doubt be a
cup, will be given the club making the
The olllclnls have not yet bein se
lected, but will bo named at the next
meeting of the board of directors, III
all probability, which will be held soon.
Maul and Knuat nrc said to bo pre
paring for the. coming meet and as
both Islands have amateur athletic
clubs,! thero Is no doubt they will fend
over' strong trams.
SPORT CALENDAR. H
XI Wednesday, July 19. It
It Dascball Chlneuo vs. Kelo. it
tt Saturday, July 22. tt
tt Uaseball St. Louis vs. J. A. C; tt
tt I. A. C. vs. Kclo. tt
tt Ynclit Unco Governor's Cup; tt
tt Around the Islands. tt
tt Sunday, July 23. tt
tt llaseluill 1. A. C. vs. J. A. C; tt
tt Hawaii vs. Kelo. tt
tt Saturday, Aug. 12. ' tt
tt Aquatic SortB Klrst A. A. U. tt
tt Sports, Itlfchop'a slip. tt
a August. tt
a Inter-Island Polo Tournament. a
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It Is possible thut tlio yacht race for
tlio Oovernor's Cup may bo run off on
Haturday afternoon. The race was
scludirted to tnko placo last week, but
It .ns 'found tliat the. Knmchamelui
was In tun good trim for the other
in lit, unci the shippers managed to
clin.ngu the date of the race to July 22.
The smart yaulit Kamehumeha Is sta
tioned nt the Ilwu side of tlio Alnkea
slip, with the llelene. Hha Is as neat
anil clean iih any skipper could desire.
The llelene, which lies vtry near, needrf
a little attention paid her before she.
would make good In n nice. Her hot
lorn Is ery foul. The noted yacht Ha
waii Is ut present laid up ut Pearl
Hut bur. Hhe Is 111 good condition for
tlio race HntnrdiiJ'.
Ycsderdny morning tlio Mollllou and
OludyHworo towed to the marine rail
way, wjiero they were huiilid up for a
The race was postponed particularly
on account of tlio Oladys, whoso bot
tom Is In such condition that she could
not possibly make good time in the
rno around tlio Inland.
It Is expected that both tlio Motllou
nnd Oladys will be In readiness to corn
pit.) In the race Buturduy. Tlio for
mer Is expected to glvo the Kamehn
nielia a great run fur the honors! and
the chances aro that tlio Gladys, win
ner of last year's race around the Is
land, will bo a surprlso nnd repeat her
peiformnnce of a year ago, as sho has
u handicap from tlio Knmcliamehn.
Yachtsmen of the Territory aro talc
ing great Interest In tlio coming nnnual
eent, us It Is one of the most Import
ant races of the Hawaii Yacht Club.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho baseball fever Is raging In Ha
nalel, Kauai, ut present. A league has
been formed, which Is composed of Ha
uulei, Huena und Awu rooters. .The
teunis have beautiful uniforms, nnd
they look jlku it hunch of Mike Fisher's
beauts when they turn out to play,
I.ce Tulhut of Kansas City Athletic
Club, onco at Cornell, and weight man
with tlio American team to tho Olym
pic games In Loudon in ID08, broke tlio
world'b record for throwing tho discus,
whin he.hurl'cd tho weight 141 ft. 2 In,
bettering tho former record of 138 ft.
8 In held by Murtln Blierldan of New
York. Tills record wus broken by Tal
bot on July 4,
V U Pel.
Vancouver 17 .1.' .US',
Tnetiinu 4C 32 ,5!0
Hpoknno tO .11 .1175
Seattle .'. f'3l 38 .COO
Portland 37 40 .481
Victoria I!) f7 .'.'CO
Johnnln Williams, the well-known
pitcher of. Honolulu, Is beginning to
mnko good on the Coast In that ca
pacity. Williams Is getting over his fright
now ami Is xtttllng down to business.
Ho Is uu the Victoria team, which at
the present time Is nt the tail-end of
the Northwestern League.
On July n Johnny won his gamefiom
the Spokane nine by 4 to 3, nfter light
ing It out for twelve' long Innings Ho
has lost a few games, but Is not a
Multter, and Is still In tho giunii and
Improving right nlung.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Sasukl, tho crai.k shortstop on tho
Kelo University baseball teum, has
lien i lee. ted inptulii of the Kelo team
for next year. Captain Kankl and tho
smart llltlo catcher, l'liKuda, who also
Is u inoinUliig pitcher, will bo among
(he rf tired when the school year mds
In Japan. '
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UclcM' Is ono uf the poems which
has reached the llulletln ofllce. al-
llliftt nil night being spent over It hj
the writer. It goes to show how tho
Honolulu fans rtjohe ovir the Kelos'
defeat Inst Sunday It Is i ailed "The
Oeet but It was great
To see the Kelos go down In defeat.
Uut, then, the kahuius laid predicted
That they would lie llarnoj's meat.
A while roost r did the trick.
Also a large mid fat "niunre-fnce,'
And iinw tlio Saints hae u chance
In the champlonsblp race.
Dldi.'t the croud go up In the air,
And jell with might mid main?
Hut tho Jan sat glum llko clams,
As though they had a pain.
Say, but the Japs are sore;
They ulso feel mighty blue.
They urn looking around with a club
Tor tho Jinks and lioodoos.
It was a sight for soro eyes.
And worth half a dollar,
To see tho Kclo decorated,
Lacli with u liorso collar.
a m a
The standings of the tlireo big
leagues up to July 12 wire us follows:
W. U Pet.
Chicago 4u 28 .010
Philadelphia 40 10 .COS
New York 4G 31 .6S2
Pittsburg,. 43 31 .681
Bt. Loiill , 42 32 .r.fiS
Cincinnati 31 42 .425
Hrooklyn 27 47 .303
Boston- 18 M .243
TY COBB LEADS BATTING
LIST FOR SOME TIME
Ty Cobb of the Detroit Americans
Is still at tho hem! of the batting list.
Tha list of tho champion batsmen of
tho American League since 1900 Is as
1900 Stono (St. Louis) 318
1907 Cobb (Detroit) 3S0
1 MX Cobb (Dttrolt) :
19P9 Cobb (IHtrolt) 377
1910 Cobb (Detroit) 383
Cobb plays at right tUld on tho De
FANDOM AT RANDOM
William Deshn, tho well-known ath
lete of tlio Territory, and u member of
the Hawaii Uaseball Team, which won
the first serhs of tho O.ilui League,
left this morning on the Wlllielinlna for
the Coast. He Is a jpeniber of the
II n 1 1 e 1 1 n contest trill party i;vcry
bodj' wishes him good luck.
New York 40
St, Louis 20
Ban IYnnclscm 34
Oakland , 31
Loi Angeles 43
There Is some talk of Ty Cobb of
he Detroit Americans going on tho
stoge as u singer. Cobb has the high
est standing of any batter In tlio Amor
loan League. Last year he stood high
est, with a percentage of .385 In 140
games, us against his ,377 In 1909.
Jnmes J. Jeffries, tho vanquished
champion lieavy weight of the world,
has started for Alaska. Ho says that
H Is too hot In Chicago nnd so was
going north because It was cooler
Tho Kclo University team played
nlno games against professional teams
while touring tlio States and came out
even, with tlio ninth game u tie,
(Additional Sports on Page 8)
McQUAID DIVORCE MAY GO
TO SUPREME COURT TEST
Tho supreme court Is to deal with
tho matter of tho McQuald dlvorco, or
rather nn attempt Is to bo made to
havo tho matter placed before It. At
torney Ixirrln Andrews yesterday
died a notice of appeal to the su
preme court on behalf of his client,
Mrs. Charlotte McCJuald.
The grounds for tho appeal nro tlint
tlio decree mado by Judgo HobliiHon Is
contrary to law, to the cvldenco ad
duced and also (o tho weight of evidence.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
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The report of tho Territorial Hoard
of Health Tor tho sixteen days ended
July 1C Is now to hand.
It rIiows thut durlnt; that period
thirteen deaths liuvo occurred from
tuberculosis nnd ono from typhoid
fccr. This works out at nearly ono
death a day from the dreaded White
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