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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911.
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J A. C n
Jon Thomas, the clever MIchlRnn
The Chinese hasehnll players lintl the
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ThH nftcrnonn tho titnul dnnlitehenil
rr will tnkp placo nt the Athletic I'nrk,
win M tho P. A. C. tiickln the Snlnta nml
(he KeloD will try tho local Japanese
nine for tho llrst time.
Tho vrcnml Bumo Khouhl bo nn Inler-
r-sllr.K one, u the J, A. Ch. Imvo Koino
clamy plnycru lor toilny, Including tho
hest hocoiuI haseinan nnil shorUtop In
lihuln, tho old pitcher of tho J. A.
C. nine, I Klntecl to hiin1 out tho curve
today, nml tho Kelo lio;s will havo to
rci Riiino to knock out two nml thrco-
haKRcrii tho way they ilhl u tew lttyn
Captain Nollcy of tho J. A. C. has
heel. tryliiR lo work nut a yntciii to
proihico n MronK hatthiR order, nnd
whether ho lian Hiiccccdcrt remains to
he seen today.
Kukinla In expected to do tho pitching
'for tho visitor, and I In good trim.
Tomorrow nfternoon tho hint Rainoof
the KerleH will ho played, when tho
visitors will about pick up their grip
mid 1.0, without lealiiK any new ntuntit
behind for the local players to pick up,
with tho exception of otio for tho
Tho Ktam nro tho last to tncklo tho
Kelns, and they should put ufl n Rood
llRht. Tho NIppoiiPHO nro determined
tn'wlti their lust Ramo whllo here, nnd
Captain Rnwikl will have his MronRct
oulllt' on the diamond when they fnco
the Slurn, whom they xpanked no hard
a few weckn nRo, inaklnK them leave
tho Rrnumlx iilmoit wecplliK.
Harney Joy claims that tho Stars will
heat tho university hoys this tlmo. Ho
will, bo nt his usunl placo at tho re
celvlnir end. whllo A pa it will Ira In tho
box. ChllllnRworth will bo at short
mid Knn Yen nt second banc
Ishlkawn, who hits been pitching Rood
bull Mince arrival, will do tho twIrllnK
for tho Japanese, nnd tho fitars will
he up against a hard proposition.
The Japanese fans will no doubt turn
nut and Blvo their team u rousing faro
Well tomorrow, nnd thero should ho
something dolnR right through thogamo
In tho rooting lino.
If Apnu falls .to mako good In the
box.lt Is stated that Chi Itul will go
behind tho hat und Joy replace Apuu In
j tho box.
wrestler, met n tough one Inst night time or thejr lives ut a banquet given
when John JYoellcher, who claims to In their honor nt the Hun Yen Wo club-
bo px-mlddlcwelght champion of tho houso last ccnlng by tho Chlnesmer
world, undertook to keep from being chants of the city, who had contributed
thrown In llfeen minutes nnd thus win 1200 for tho occasion,
tho $100 that J on has posted with the I The banquet was given In comment
management of tho Kmplro Theater. oratlon of tho victory of tho Chlneso
The Kmplro was Jammed to tho over tho Kelo nine on July It, when
doors, for Thomas Is making n trigger the Japanese university boy proved to
hit all tho time, anil not only lovers or .tie poor losers, aim wns nrrangcu tor i
wrestling, but many of Honolulu's rep
resentative people were In the ntidlcnco
Kroellchcr Is fast on his feet nnd
shifty, nnd tho men went moro than
ten minutes without nil) thing Hint
looked llko a fall. Just ns the people
were heglnnlng to sny, "Thomas Is go
ing to loso that hundred," tho Michi
gan boy got Kroellchcr to tho mat and
by combining nil kinds of holds from
n half-Nelson to n hcad-sclssors, ho
llnnlly turned tho ex-chninp over on his
buck. Hefereo Duncan tapped Thomas
on tho shoulder nnd Thomas Jumped
However, tho crowil wasn't satisfied.
A whole lot of pcoplo thoiiRht that ono
of Krocl Icher's shoulders was tmtclmwi.
nnd they think m yet They raised a
noisy protest, shouted tint the referee
wns wrong nnd declared that Kroellchcr
wns not thrown., ItocIIcIht himself
uindo ii protest of some kind, but tho
nolso was so great It could not bo
A lot of the local wrestling fans
think Kroellchcr Is as good a man as
Thomas nnd would wear Mm out In ii
long match. There Is a chance thnt tho
two will ho ccn iignln nt the Umpire,
und they ought to Mil another house,
Kroellchcr Is very clcer, although not
so heavy as Thomas.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
At Vancouver, ft. ('.. on July 19, tho
home team, which Is at the head of tho
Northwestern bcague defrayed Vlcto-
ilnr tho tii'llrndets, if-Ji In r.- Johnny
NVIIIInm wns In the box for the losing
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CLEAN-UP DAY REPORT
GOES TO COMMITTEE
The report of President K. A. Bernclt
of tho Oahu Central Improvement Com
mittee, which was printed In the It u I-
lot I n )estcrday nfternoon, wus pre
seated to tho committee at a special
meeting held last night In the roonyi of
.La ti.il.ll. (l..i.lnn ,D.n-t.Mnn ... 1
(111: I UUIIV HU I IO f.OV.,M..,
It wnsi im Interesting meeting, be
cause discussion on tho report brought
out u number of opinions us to Just
where the credit belonged, some of the
members seeming to feel that the Hoard
of Health hud been glen too much
crcdlt.ln tho, report. This view was not
taken by all. After a lot of talk pro
and con, the members equulhvMl the
credit between tha Hoard of Health and
tho Cleun-Up Day committees, and nil
were sntlsflod, Home criticism of the
Honid of Health was Indulged In for al
leged laxity In administration, but gen
erally Urn criticism wus mild und good
humored. SPAIN WANTT0
BE SET RIGHT
Spanish Paper Calls Upon the
United States to Acquit
Spain of Blame.
MADRID, July 13. Ui Corrcspon
denlra do ICspnnn, commenting on the
dovelnpmoiils In tho work of raising
tho battleship Malno, declares that, In
tho light .of rocont revolutions, It la
tho duly of tho United States publicly
to pioclnlm Spanish Innocence In the
mattor of, tho explosion that sunk tho
Tho pool tournament now nn nt tho
Y. M. C. A. Is almost over, n Hayes
has only ono more game to piny. Ho
has won every game so far, nnd In u
fow days the tournament will bo over
and bo will ho awarded the gold wutch
fob us champion of tho season.
Tho Alt-M Hilary team wos composed
of five Fifth Cualry players and llvo
members of the Second Infantry, not
two Infuntrymcn, as stated some time
ngo. The Second Infantry furnished
tho battery Williams. Kelly und Lowing.
T, II. fllbson, noting Htiporlntondont
of pulillc. Instruction has pioparcd tho
now Rfninmnr nnd primary gradn cer
tificates' for touchers so as to conform
with tho reiiulrcmtnts of tho new
rules nnd regulations with regard It)
oxumlimtloiis. Teachers will horo-
after be appointed "during satlsfno
tory scnlco" Instead of for n slated
term of years. Tho examinations
will begin on August 11!, anil lust for
tluco days, Thoy will bo hold at tho
C68 normal school, Somo of tho suhJectB
for examination will ho different this
j oar than previously.
There will bo a gamoof cricket this
nfternoon nt the Maklkl grounds, be
ginning nt 3 o'clock. It Is hoped that
the players will turn out In full force,
as ii" good game Is wanted. '
o'clock, at which tlmo many guests
During tho dinner numerous speeches
wero made. Tin Chung acted as touBt-
Judge lloblnsnn was called upon llrst
nnd praised tho boys for tho way they.
had worked together, after losing tho
llrst game, to come out victorious In
tho second encounter. Ho praised tho
team for the wuy they played tho
American game, characterizing them ns
clean spurts who, nfter taking their llrst
defeat like men, caiiio buck and turned
the, tables on their opponents, although
a great many thought It was almost
There wero about twelve dltferent
dishes Kerved during tho evening, und
everybody was full to tho brim when
he left the hull.
Knul'h music club wns on hand und
rendered some Una selections during
Attorney Urecknns was picked out for
a speech and proved o be good lit
spcrchtmiklng, being well received Ho
stated In his speech that ho couldn't
steal ii base even If there were a tin
of opium under It. No, of course not: '
he wouldn't take the trouble of going
through such hard work ns to steal n
base, hut ho might sneak up to It and
make n seizure If u tin of dope had,
been located there. I
Klrecrackers were let off during tho
evening, which drew a largo crowd from
all sections of Chinatown. I
Among oiher speakers of tho evening
wero Senator Charles Chilllngworth,!
Pat nioason, K. A. Douthllt, BnmunI
iS'ong, Captain Asam nml Manager Ka'u
John Anler.on, the well-known sport,
brought down the house when ho gavo
a short address In Chinese.
After the liati'iuet tho balltoskoni wero
taken around tha city In automobjles
as guests of tho merchants. Threo
nutos wero engaged nnd they wero on
tho run up to a lata hour Inst night.
Tho Chlneso team Is nrrnnglng to
hnvo a return match with tho cavalry
nine, to tnko placo at Athletic Park
next Sunday Theso tenins met a short
time ngo, when the Chlneso cumo out
on top by 2-1.
Thero will bo a boxing bout nt Hllo
on August 12 before the Hllo Athletic
Club. This time It will be a ten-round
go between I)n Mcllo and flrecn.
Knuat Athletic Association expects to
send over a few swimmers for tho
aquatic sports which are lo bo held In
tho harbor on August 12.
Tho marines will loso somo of their
best ball playerb In n few days, when
a number of them leave for the Coast
on the Iluford.
The now Rogers barge which arrived
for tho Heahinls wns given a tryout
yesterday nfternoon on tho harbor und
Tho Outrigger hoys seem to be tho
favorites for the auuatla meet to he
held hern In August
Thero will bn u bund concert by tho
Hawaiian Hand Htintlny afternoon nt
tho Public Iliilhs, Kiiplnlnnl Park,
commonclng at 3 o'clock. Following
Is tho program of selections:
Tho Old Hundred.
Introduction Carmen ntzct
Ovcr'turo Martha Flotow
Tho Vision (if Salomo Joyco
Self ctlon Norma 'Ilclllnl
Vocul Hawullnn Songs, Ar. bylJorgnr
Selection nohomlun Girl Haifa
Intormczzo Russian Franko
Finnic Mine niossoms ....Wonrlch
Tho Star Spangled Danner.
A great millinery
.Tordnn'H on Tuesday
The Ouhu College Athletic Associa
tion wilt lose two of Its Important otll-
cers this year In President Alfred
Young and Manager Williams. Doth
boys are popular among tho students of
the four big Institutions of tho city.
I.owthhm Williams and Alfred Young
havo passed their examinations for ad
mission to Yalo without condition.
Young has been president of the Oahu
Cnllego Athletic Association for tho past
school year und has taken a. keen In
trrrst In athletics. Ho has been the
winner of tho Interscholastlc mllo run
for two years, and this year almost
broko tho Islnnd record for that dla
tance, dnlshlng the course In 4 mln.
M 2-E sec. Young was also nt the head
of tho Ouhuan for the past your, and
credit Is duo him for tho way tho com
mencement numlier was arranged. All
the athletes who know him Wish him
good luck when ho leuvos Hawaii for
Williams was a member of tho track
team this year and manager of thnath-
etlc nssoclatlon. Ho will be missed
next year by tho Oahuan staff also.
Itnth of tho boys will leavo during the
early part of August.
SPORT CALENDAR. H
Saturday, July 29. St
tt Husohall P. A. 0 vs. St. IxhiIh; St
tt J. A. C. vs. Kelo. St
tt Yachting Unco for Ciovoroor's SS
St Cup, Around iBland, St
tt Sunday, July 30. tt
tt Ilasohnll Hawaii vs. J. A. C; tt
tt Stars vs. Kelo. St
St Saturday, Aug. 12. tt
tt Aquatic Sports llrst A. A. U. tt
tt Simrts, nlshop's Slip. tt
tt August. St
at SS Inter-Island Polo Tournament. tt
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