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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUrt3DAY, AUO. 3, 1911.
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BRITISH AMATEUR FOOTBALL MAY
. ATHLETIC MEET! BE DROPPED
LONDON The lorty-sevciilh annual
championship meeting of the Amateur.
College of Hawaii Lose Men ', Tl,n a;i,""," m "'" ,m " "
J1 D .1 j turn match with the llflh Cavalry
Athletlu Association, held at Stamford INcllHa ncllllU I lily nine In Honolulu oil Sunday afternoon.
Urldge, wits prnbnhly (ho most success- SOCCCP. I This xlmuht ho n gamo unrlli Ruing
fill nn record from every point of view. ; to sec, iih Imlh tennis" tiro very strung.
The patronage ww. excellent mid, hot- If vacation minora nrc true, the Oahu Last lime those teams met, ubout three
Irr still, lic sport was first class. Fully College athletes will K without foot- weeks ngo, tho Chinese nine rnino out
12,000 spcctulnrs .vlltifHitril the events, hall opponents) this winter, ns 'the Col- ictorlous hy the close score of 3-1, tlw
which constituted a very varied mid lego of IlavWill docs not expert to put gamo proving most exciting,
interesting procram. Coronation Tea- out n leani on iiccount of Inch of play- Tho Chinese team will play Its men
tlvltlcs had doubtless attracted com- ers. In the name positions ns when they I.ibI
pclltors from overseas and thero wcrn When tho school term opens In Ken- huekrd up against tho cnvalrynien, hut
a number of entries from America, temher thero will he, only nhniit ten Manager Kan Kn Yin nays his team
Canada, Australia anil New Zealand,! boys at tho Collcpo of 11. (twill, ami a will enlarge tho score this time
to ray nothing of rontlnental compel-few of these III not linvn lime-In play The cnvnlry hoy are conlldenl that
Itora from Frnnco ami tlermany and. football, they can hold their own this time, Willi
even Finland. t looks as tliouRli thn Intercollegiate l.hu;ar In tho box. He was the man
The day was line hut tho track n game will not lie plajed hy the big In- who puzzled tho local players In the
trifle heavy, and consequently tho times
were not quite up tn tho usual bril
liant standard In the sprints the run
ners had also In face a fairly pt IfT
stltutlons or thp city, wlilt li I" rather last .inio they played. Kermis will
hard on Oahu College, as It It one of hold down third cushion for the Klfth,
Kb most Important sports The only and Williams, the crack shortstop, wilt
thing that tho Oahlis can do now Is to look after lili usual position.
terest and excitement.
The events, countries and winners
Were lis follows:
Germany, four winning Knur-iulle,
II. Kolehnialneu, 20 mill. 3.1-fi sec;
won hy 4 yd. High Jump, It. Pase
niaiiu, ft It, Pole vault. It. Pascmnmi.
IS ft. llnir-mlte, II. Ilraun, 1 mill.
59 4-5 sec: won hy 4 yd.
United States, threo winnings
Throning hammer, O, K. Putnam, 147
ft. 7 1-2 In. lon-ynid dash, KI rtams.
dell, University of Pennsylvania (hold
er), 10 2-5; won "by u foot. 220-yard
dash, K. 1.. Ramidell (bolder), 22 1-5
set; won hy Inches. .
Kiiglaiul, threo winnings Two-mile
walk, II. V. 1.. Kims, 13 mln. Sna-S see.
120-yunl hurdlcM, K. It. Phillips. Cam
bridge University, IB 1-5 sec; won nil
the post. Twn-mllo steeplechase. It.
Nonkos, 11 tnn. 10 3-B sec
Ireland, two winnings llroad Jump,
P. Klrwln (holder). 23 (t. S 1-2 In. Put
ting weight, 3. Darrrti. I.t ft. S In.
Canada, one winning Quarter-mile
dash, K, J. Hallih.uiH, r.O 4-5 sec; won
by 4 yd.
rtcotlaud, one winning Ono-mllo
run;?.'tKMcNlcol, 4 mln. 22 1-G fcec:
Prlucn Arlhir of Cnunaught present
ed; the prlMSJal the close.
breeze; hut If the limes were not up kohl Interclasa games or pick teijm, Tho game will take pl.ico cither nt
to standanl the finishes were full of In-j fri.m among the college students the Athletic Park or league grounds,
It was iilanncri hy Oahu Collene to If It l.s decided at thn meeting held
play the Kami at soccer if the latter hy the Claim league tonight to go ahead
would engage thctn nt football, but It wllh thn second series fiiind.iy. It will
dues not appear ns If this ulll be put necessitate the game being played nt
through, as thn Kameliamebas expect tho Mollllll grounds. If thn Athletic
tn take up rugby when school opens Park can bn used for tho Cavalry-AII-
niul play against any team of thn city. Chinese game Hundny, all well. and
Tho Knms am fast ut Kiccer anil will gnnd. Tho meeting tnnlght will decldo
continue their gaule& with McKluley where thn battle Is tn take place.
High Hchool mid St. Louis College All thn Chinese fans will bn nn hand
The ICaiurhnmehns are without it In loot for their team, while the caV-
football coach, which Is said In b thn alrymen will have the support of the
re.iKin for their deciding not In partlcl- lucul snhllers. I
4nte III that branch nf spoil this year. Asatu will ho In the box for the local
The College of Hawaii bms are mix- nine, as he made good last time the
Ions tn get enough students together teams camo tngctlurr. Akaim will he
to inako up a team, but lit the present lit sccnnil, while A poll will look after
time, sn Htato the old players. It Innks tho lljst cushion. Ku Hue, Hong Clinch I
ns though It wilt bn Impnssilile tn put and Ah Toon will le III thn nutlleld.
a i.lrong team nn the field, een If they KniCVen, thn crack shortstop nf the
bad enough players. John MeCatulless, Ktars, will cover tho same position for
one of their best men, has hit tho col- tlio'Chluciw.
lege, as linvu ills" n few other star tS Jt tt
i" . FANDOM AT AN DOM
Intcrcl.iss fnntl-'all gaiaes will lako
place at Knmeliamchn, hut It Is not The Oahu .Innlnr League will con-
conshlercd .uilvlsiihlntito iuyiuntrr. any (Mr s rerles next Hnndaynt the-Ath-of
thn.clly'a other tifrtHiill.iny.'m the telle P.irk. 1Thn teuguo In now one
gridiron, , Kontliall at Kaniehamchlihas ninnth behind schedule, and tho .boys
been cut out,of thdnlenchidastlc sport r anxious lev get nt It and llnlsh It up,
program for Inn hut three years.
llulie Kahanamukii ami Dude Lemnij
am two star swluiuiers on .thn llfil
foOF MAJOR LEAGUE
The baseball fans of tho city piay he
IntcrcMed III the Ineligible list nf tho
major leagues. The following clipping
Is from the Kxaniiiier of July 22. It
will hu noticed that u player well
known to ihu Honolulu fans is In tho
CINCINNATI, July 21. The national
hasdiall cnmmlsslon today promulgat
ed lie list of Ineligible major 'leuguo
players as follows:
Hoston Itarnej; Joy, failed to report.
Brooklyn Tlionuu J. Bbechnn and
Elmer Btrlcklett, previously -renortert
Inellelhlo; Harry Smith, suspended
New York Arthur Shafer, failed to
report: M. C. Pfyl, previously reported
ineligible; V. A. Torrey. failed to re
port: Harry McCornilck, failed to re
port; Kdtrnril Hendricks, released to
Newark, but fulled to report there.
Pittsburg 1.. T, Nrfcnn, drafted from
Drandnu and failed tn repurt; John
Mercer, puichased from Peoria, failed
Chicago Victor O, Willis ami Orvlll
Overall, failed to report llila year.
Hi. Louis Charles Knrlght. W. !.
Dell, V. laildlngton, !'. L. Hetcher, nil
or whom failed In report.
Chicago K, A. Jones and Karl lin
ger. Kdward Ilahii. Tailed tn report.
St. Louis Olson failed to report bo
cause of Illness,
New York K. Cllude, It. Hlhlehrand,
Hrnneh Mickey, It. Zeltid and J. Ches-
brn, nil failed tn report.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
rim Myrtle memberh expect u ii'jw
bargn by the Wllhelmlna, whlch-is dun
to nrrlvo next Tuesday morning. Tho
boat for Hut He.il.inls ban already ar-
Ived iiml It Is nno of which they urn
Tho IMgtj Holmol has snmn linn re
cruits for the entiling year, and will bo
aide tu put up it strung fm.tliull team, jc,i. ,c, will compete In thn bar-
but tho Oahu College ami High School ,nr August 12. Tho Isiyb are ox-
athletes (wcro nut on good terms last 1(,rH u,,, Brf t Wnlklkl rieach.
ear. and It looks as If this spirit will, ' L
bo maintained next term. It Is Imped, J 'rm Oahu Leagun will bold it busl
hnwncr. that the tun will sco lit tu nrss imetlng In thn olilcn of President
play each other hereafter.
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STRONG FOR 1912? ;;r -
It Is wild by sumo of thn Interested
fans that at thn I. Hum track meet on
July 4, when Kernniulex Is supposed tn
havu made tho tiO-yard dash In S 1
sec, thero was only one timer nt tho
Thomas put Alton to thn lloor In
four minutes Inst night at thn Kmplrn,
KohcitH Is tho only man left who hau
any chaiicu ugahist Thoinus.
William Douthltt bus withdrawn his
plan of matching Joe Thomas against
IViH'lUhei' and Huberts, nt tho Orpheum.
two weeks from now.
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KINO STUCLT, Next to Youno Hotel . TIZLEPHONC 1875
rYnikli II u 1 1 et I II rr jfar.
Cliarleh Chllllngworth this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Matters of Importance
will bo taken up.
Who am tu be thn umpires for thn
second series nf thn Oahu I.cngun7 Thht
is a ipiestlou going around among ball
lMdln IVshii, William Desha and V,
I , ,..r. r.. n....... II
I.iyau ii.tvn nil Honolulu im jitinuii. i
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pects of tho Harvard baseball tenm for Cantnln Potter's team will resemble his
tho season of lt12 appeared In tho 0wu more thun any two Harvard teams
Christian Science Monitor of July 22. mvp cver l)(.f0.0 re.emblcd each other.
It spenkf. well of Jack Desha, who iottrr la HllrP l(, M, folln, t ,, old
holds down the position of shortstop on plu.p () 0 ,(,0 Bnch. (Ilbson sec
tho varsity nine. It reaiU as follows: on,cll ,,y CtM)ll ,,nve mae vcry ctcli
Harvard's baseball proM-ects for tho lntllo KnUng at third and have earn
seufoii of 1912 arn coniiitereil very CI. .. rht fn. Her0us consideration
bright by thn men who played on thn nni yf.ir lWPV,.H linj itown will again
team tills year and by the iiniiergraiiu-, nKM t, llt for rilt BrnB catcher. It,
tiles nf the college. As tar aw mo III- , i p,i. ! .,,H a good chance for
turn of inch li team can bo estimated ..., I1B ruvlded bn can maintain
on paper, thero sccmi to be good reii-Vjj, ,. K 1 1 ,t 1 1 1 - better than ho has donq
sou for the prevalent optimism. during the past season. Kennedy will
Thn losses through graduation nro few .., ,.,,,,( for tia poiltlon and li
In number mid comparatively iinlmpor- , t(1 m:lkn ,,,ws exert himself.
taut In duality this year lingers. Ha .,., ,,teblng staff will ho Iho most
McLaughlin. .McKay. Sexton and Ciirr' ml,,U nuantlty next season, na It
are thn most valuable graduating men, .....A ,,lri,)lt inii. Hahson. '12. la n falr-
nnd of these llauii Is the only player .y ,,,, ,,, 10 )Xj t,t the team
wno nas pi.iyen one puiumu ivnininn- W r(.tro something lietler If It
ly throughout tho wnson, Lx-t.aptaln 10lt.a t(1 ntilli tho season In n high
McLaughlin. Iiavlng been employed as ,1.ii. lviton. '13. Is a sterling twirl-
general utility ninii nn account of hls ,.,. ,, ,ho ,,,, t U0 ,,()i0K0 rcatj,
ersatlllty. will leave Iho biggest gap. ,.m,.., ,. i.i,,, imrh,,- t, past sea-i
(lood substitutes for the other gradu- f(, , ,mH ,rP , r t m.Count;
utes will easily bo f d. ',, scholarship. Ho has promised,
Kx-Caplalu MclJiuglilln tlilUKK linn ,)ml inK 0f thn mrt will Interfere,
next year, hut Clinch Kextnn wants In
' I ll uliiuuii
.Shortstop li tint uaiihlut; any anxiety,
tu Coach .Sexton, fur thn little Desha
who has played the fastest Melding
gamo on tho team during tho past sea
son, has two mom years hi college. An
other Junior, Winter, has shown u great
deal nf promise at short and lacks only
playing experience to malm him a very
valuable man. Wlirglesworth, Ilabiou,
ICIHford, Kelly and Holt on have shown
that tho outllvld position hold noinyit
terles for them They am all lo icliirn
'next year and should satisfactorily tako
care of that department,
I Lrnst, Hardy and llnttlmlf am the ro
malulng returning pitchers, lip tn dale
.tliiy havo not exhibited varsity speed,
control or endurance. However, Sex
ton Iiiir devclnped unprnmlslng pitch
ing material In the past, nnd there Is
no mason !iy It .diould be beyond him
la the rutin c. "
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