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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
SHRINERS RE-ELECT "BILLY"
Pittsburg Man Well Known
Here Popular With lm-;
denial "Hilly" Urown of PlttsuburK,
Pa., who made n host of friends here
when tlin Slirlnera liclil their record
Ijr.'uklnp pilgrimage from the Coast
Inst Kcbruury, Iia9 been re-elected Im
perial treasurer. The election of of
fice. took ulucti nt tlie Hessloh of the
Imperial council lietil In Rochester,
N, V l.os Augoles being chosen for
the next meeting place.
I-'red Mines, of U Angeles, tho
good fellow who was Imperial poten
tate when tho Slirlners went here,
has retired, und John K. Treat, the
deputy Imperial potentate, succeeds
Mm. Tho council oMcers each go up
n step higher.
, Other olllcers elected were: Deputy
Imperlnl potentate, William J. Cun
ningham, Baltimore; Imperial chief
rabban, William V. Erwln. Wheel
ing. W. Yn.; Imperial assistant rab
ban, Dr. Frederick It. Smith, Roches
ter: Imperial high priest and prophet,
J. 1'iitnam Stevens, Portland, Mo.', Im
perial Oriental guide, H. P, Nledrlng
liaus, Jr., St. Louis; Imperial treasur
er, W. S. Drown, Pittsburg; Imperial
recorded, 11. W. Howell, Boston; Im
perial first ceremonial master, Charles
K. Ovenshlre, Minneapolis, Minn.; Im
perial second ceremonial master, K.
J. Jacoby, Indianapolis, Ind.; Im
perial marshal, W. Frecland Ken
drlck, Philadelphia; Imperial captain
of the guard, B. Lewis Oarreston, Ta
Of these. Treat was deputy poten-
Kl II! Y MAY
A local promoter Is talking of match
ing Charlie Itcllly und John McCarthy,
to llKht In Honolulu some time next
The promoter expects hnve every
thing arranged soon, and tho pugilists
will then rail for Honolulu. tTliey ure
nt promt In San Kranclsco,
Johnule McCarthy Is a brother of thu'.er
McCarthy who was killed (n a light
with Moran last year.
There Is a good chancp for boxing to
again make u start here, as tho lovers game for tho winners, keeping the Kl
of. the game will turn out In full forcollohnnas guessing at his curves.
If, good men can be matched. I
Jim Hoao Is anxiously awaiting a'Correa, catcher; Krcltas, second base
reply to his challenge from Armstrong'nnd Hill Kugene, pitcher.
of Lellebua. Armstrong was willing to.
light tho winner of the Ulggaus-Wnde
fight at tho Orpheum last month.
Dick Cullen Is now boxing In Aus
tralia and Is doing good work. Ho ex
pects to come this way soon.
Iloth Kid Georgeand Patsy McKenna.
nro boxing In San Francisco at the
"One swallow doesn't make
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WILLIAM S. BROWN, OF
tntc, Cunningham Imperial chief rab
ban, Krwln Imperial assistant rab
ban, Xeldrlnghaus was Imperial sec
ond ceremonial mnster, Ovenshlre Im-
imrlril liinrHlinl. .lnciihv .tm'nnrlnl eiin-
, tain of the guard, Kcn'drlck Imperial
outer guard, Howell Imperial record
CHOIR TEAM DEFEATS
CRACK KELOHANA NINE
An interesting game of baseball was
phi) ed Sunday In KululunlM'ark bo
tweeu the Choirs and tho Kllohuuas, the
former winning byihcscoru of 7 to 3,
Tho Kllnhanas were mostly players
who had taken part In the Hlvcrslde
League games. ,
The most Interesting feature of tho
game wus in tho fifth. The Kllohanas
had (be bases full ,aW the hatter, lilt
jiard to pitcher, who threw'home, cutuh-
Ing the runner. Then the hall flew to
second and another ono wus made, aft-
which tho ball was again shot homo
and the third was out. This was thu
first play ot Its kind In Kalutanl Park.
Hill Eugene pitched un excellent
Tho star players ot (he day were
Tho Kllolianas couhl dot tnko their
defeat as sports, unit raised a rumpus
after tho game. Following Is the line
up: Choir C. Corren, c; U, Kugene, p.;
V. C'orrun, lb.; J. Froltas, 2b.; T. 'itod
rlgues, 3b.; K. Do Corte, sh.; J. Philips,
If.; M, Verrn, cf.; A. Vlerra, rf.
Kllohanas J. Itodrlgues, c; Kid Wll-
x . it k !
' i' . t' "
few . swial'lows Of
TheJ&eer That's Jrewed
,w Cjuii "it vjinioic
er, and Smith Imperial ceremonial
"Sunny'1 Jim McCnndless, C. G,
Uockus, L. 0. Abies and other nobles
from Aloha temple were prominent at
tho Imperial council sessions and Ha
waii was given tf lot of boosts.
lie, p.-rf.; Joseph K., lb.; Henry Do
mingo of the famous Kuneohe', 2b.-p,;
A. Itodrlgues, 3b; .Simon D. Short, D.
Kama, If.; David K., cf.; Nuwal. rf.-2b.
Choir 0 0 3 0 2 0 10 1 T
Kllohanas 10100010 03
Umpire, J. P. Nobregn; scorer, Aug.
P. Nobrega; tlmo of game, 1 hour 40
BILLY PAPKE HOME
DJIly Papke arrived In 'Nev York on
July 18 after being abroad for the last
ten months, during which time die en
gaged In five lights.
Pupko came homo to meet Bailor
Uurke before the Twentieth Century
Club In New York this week. i
While In Australlu Papke met nnd
knocked out Dave Smith In tho ninth
round, but lost n decision on a foul.
Ho knocked out lvlillc Williams at Syd
ney In six rounds. In London lust
month he defeated Timothy J. Sulli
van, knocking him uut In tho ninth
Sailor Itoberts, Intends to take a try
at Wrestler Thomas some tlmo next
week at tho Kmplr ""
maje , a
Tomorrow afternoon, out nt tho od
le'ngue grounds, the- All-Army baseball
team will mvctitliu Kelos.
(-Tho reason" for playing tho nme, at
the old grounds Is to try nud' change
the 'feelings of the. Japanese ball funs,
so ns to Induce them to goito. tliu ball
games ut tho Athletla Park on Satur
day and Sunday, v)ien tho Kclo nine
plays It last two games In Honolulu.
The service team' Is cuptalned by I.t.
(Ironlngcr of tho Plftli Cavalry,- and
will be composed of the best players
stationed nt Lellelma, the majority of
whom nro cavalrymen.
Ji, .Murphy, an ex-servico inun. Is
handling tho business end of tho game
for tho cavalry team, while Japanese
Interpreter Tnwnsend Is looking uftcr
tho. affairs of tho Kelos,
Yesterday work begun at the park In
cutting' down the tall grass and putting
tho field In shape, and by tomorrow
noon ,tho .baseball diamond will bo In
Tho Chlneso team was to play tho
university Itoy today at Athletic Park,
but tho local team withdrew from the
game, claiming that tin? Kelos forfcltJ
ed the-last, game when having thu tail
end of the score and might do the
same thing today If they happened to
be behind. Instead of being good los
ers. Tho Nipponese, however, were
anxious to meet the Dragon men.
It Is .tho opinion ot many that tho
All-Chlneso team should linvo played
today in splto of the result of tho hut
game. The Kelo team made n mistake,
und the Chinese should turn out und
show that they would play thu game
to the end, no matter what tho result
A largo .crowd of soldiers will bo
present tomorrow to cheer for tho oll-
tnllltary team, nnd tho Japanese com
mittee expects there will ho at least a
thousand. Japanese baseball enthusiasts
on hand to furnish the rooting for t)io
A trong team from tho famous Cor
inthian Football Club, Is lb suli for
I Canada and the United States to play
ii number of matches under 'tho usso-
elation, rules. They
mauagemcit iof A. W. Parker ut.Toi
ronlo. As fiirjner teums sent over m
past years liave mad'o pructlcally a
clean swoep on every occasion, und as
the Corintlilan team will bo stronger
than ever next fall, thu chances of
either their .opponents in the United
States or Canada securing u victory
from them will bo exceedingly remote.
This will bo tho third tour under
taken by this club In tho lust twelve
months In foreign lands, the two pre
vious teams, having been sent to thu
Argentine und Spain. In accordance
with their repututlon us the bent ama
teur association football club In tho
country, they have collected some llrst-
cluss players, to inako tho trip.
Tho visitors will bo captained by C.
Wreford Ilruwn, who Is also president
of thu c.lub. Other members ot, thu
team will bo Q. U. Newman ut goal;
P. N. TulT. J. K. Hnell and V. U. Tlm
mpns, bucks; M. Morgan Owen, H. tl.
Howell Jones, It. O. Tlioinpson, 1', A.
Surgent and It, It. U, .Urudell, ialf'
bucks; S. l..Doy, C..K. Hrlsley, H.,0.
Corbett, C. ; C. Vussall, It., u. Mq;les,
II. C. Ilaeho and L. Ulckersteth, for
wards. Of these men, W. U, Tlmmlns, H. II,
Day, It. O. Corbett nnd a. C. Vussull
are Kugllsh International players and
II. a. Howell Jones and M. Morgan
pwen are 'elh International players.
H. C. Uuchq s the' Cambridge captain
nud U Ulckersteth Is thu Oxford cap
tain. If would certainly bo hurd to
Duel a more reprcsontiitlvo sldu and they
sjiould do mucli to iricrfasu tho popu
larity and quality of association foot
ball across the sea.
Tho tour will open at Toronto on Au-
guijt 5 nud Willi wind up ut New York
op September 19, he Corinthians being
scheduled, to sail for hopie on the-day
rollowlng. W. Hilton ot Toronto, inu
secretary-treasurer of the Canadian
Amateur Football Association, an
nounces tho following complete sched
August D, nt Toronto; 7i nt Hainll
ton; 9, at Toronto; 12, nt Montreat; 14,
at Cobalt; 17, at Fort William; 19, at
Wjnnlpeg; 21, nt Itcglna; 24, nt Kd
mmiton;" 20,' at Calgary; 29, at Van
couver, II. C; 31, at Ladysinjth, 11. C.
September 2, nj Victoria, 1J. C; 4, at
Yaucouyer. U. C; 8, at Chicago; 12,
atSt. Louis; IS, at Philadelphia; 18, at
Pawtucket, K I.; 19, at New York. '
HAS COME FOR HEALANIS
Tho. utw lingers rac(ng bargp for. the
llealanl Uoat Club urrlveu by ino J.ur
llue this morning. There was a big
crowd of members on hand to see the
The boys Jiro' proud ot the new boat
nnd expect to do great things In tho
regfita ( bo held jn September.
, WklT qamtlR 1 Per Tfar.
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PACIFIC COAST PLAYERS
ARE WINNERS IN EAST
IIOSTON, Muss., July 17. Scnsutlon
ul play, but no real surprises, marked
tho opening day's competition of tho
twenty-first annual tennis tournament
ut the Longwood Cricket, Club today.
Tip Paclllc Coast players, who have
been making excellent showings In all
of tho big Eastern, tournaments ot re
cent years, played stellar tennis today.
M. V.. Jcl.oUKhlln und Melville II.
Long won thatche In both thu llrst and
second rounds nnd already nro being
"doped" by tho court enthusiasts as
probable llnallsts, In thu llrst round
,ic.ouglillh won from II. II. Irving of
lloston l.utwii Ltrulght sets, thu local
play.er wlnnlpg but one gupie. In tho,
second round ha. defeated Carl Adams,
H. V:: ' " ' itn,
Thu feature matph ot tin; y: jwns
that between Long nnd C. It. (larilner,
wio will compete us partners for thu
Kustern champloiiKhlp In doubles play
whjeli opens tomorrow. Tho play was
ekcltlug throughout, Long took thu
llrst set after, considerable trouble S-4,
III the second struggle, (lardner forced
the Ciillfornluii to deuce, but was beat
William Ijirucd, national champion
In ringlet. Is thu present holder of thu
tx a u
STANDING OF THE
Tho following nro .tl.io. standings of
the three big leagues up to July 19:
AMUHICAN. .1 ,
, , W. U
Detroit ;f9 21
Philadelphia .; 59 29
Chicago . '...........12 ' '39
Cleveland '.. l.."..'i....H 12 '
Xew York ..'.... 41 tl
Ilostoi i: i'i
Washington .. ....... 29 55
St. Louis '... .22 CO
AV. I-, '
Philadelphia 61 3Jn,
Chicago 48 1
New York 4S . 22
St. Louis ...; 45 ::t
Pittsburg .i:t 3G
Cincinnati .. , 33 45
Ilrooklyu 30 48
lloston ., 20 ni
Portland 58 44
nakland 58 54
Vernon 55 52
Han Francisco 5i 54
Sacramento 52 64 1
Los Angeles 44 C5 '
t! tt it
(Continued'from Pago 7)
lC-pouud shot McDonald, 1. A .A..C,
47 ft. 9 (u.
Discus throw M. J... Sheridan, I.
A. O., 133,'ft. Ul-2 In."
Throwing iuvelln-C. F. Bnedlger,
Olympic Club, 1P5.20 ft. New record
611-pound weight McDonald, I. A. A.
C, 38ft. 9 7-8, In. '
Hop, step and Jump D. Ahoarne, I,
A. A. C 48.10 ft.
lluuulug high Jump It. Crunipelt, N,
Y. A. !., Ii ft. 3 In.
ltunnjng broad Jump Plutt Adams,
N. Y. A. C, 23 ft. 2-5 In.
Polo vault K. T. Cook Jr., Clovelund
A. :.. 12 ft. 0 In.
Tho following nro thu supposed A. A.
V. rccprds of thu Hawaiian Islands,
iuado at u special meet ut Llhtiu on
July 4, when no athletes from tho other
Island wlro allowed to compete:
50-yard dush J, Fernandez 5 1-5 sec.
120-yard hurdles W. Opunul, 15 3-5
sec. , ,
High Jump flails Fahsuili, 5 ft. 87-8
Shot put J. Mallna, 32 ft. 10 In.
220.yard dash J, Fernandez, 25 4-5
Polo vault Hans FusHoth, U ft, 11 In.
, 12-puuud Immincr PuMl Knhlbauin,
103 ft. 10 1-2 In.
14,0-yiird run S. Ulako, CO 1-5 sec.
Oio milt J. Akiiiia, 0 lain. sec.
i FANDOM AT RANDOM
Pitcher )Vest, who camo to tho Cleve
land luiseball team from tho Toledo
AuiU'U'iius labt l'ill, has liOen released
tit Toledo. Hu boat Detroit twice this
season, but has not douu much against
thu other teams.,
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A., this tlmo for second-class pluyirs.
Tho llrst tournament was for thu crack
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without much tinublo.
Among those, who will compete In
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