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ALL CLUBS WORKING HARD
THE NALU TEAM VERY STRONG. SPRINTS WILL BE
MOST INTERESTING EVENTS ON PROGRAM.
A week from today the tils sportsv Tlic tryout' will bo ott the Myrtle
eetlng of tlio Hawnllan branch of ihVhontlmusr. nnd those Interested In the
coming nieei snouiu ue on nana io sen
A. A. U. will take place In the llotui
Itilti harbor, beginning nt 2;30 p. in.
This will bo the llrst time the Ha
waiian records will be registered with
the A. A. U., which makes the cventM
much more Interesting.
Tho swimmers of the Territory will
have their llri-t opportunity to put up
records on August li!. All tho races
are tn end In the Ulshop slip, iiml It
looks as though thq place will ho
crowded with anxious spectators,
It in nor has It that the Ilnl Nnlti will
Kweep the boards In the long-dlstmicn
evei.ts unci tluit the t lines will be good.
It Is true Hint the newly-formed club
has tome expert swimmers, but they
cIhIiii that there are only nluitit four
In the rjuh who can be depended upon
to innkn good, while the other clubs
have u larRO number to pick from.
lllll I.yle, captain of thu Myrtle tenin.
has his men out tvery other evening
In the water, trying them out, nnd ho
hopes to have u strong touii to repre
sent the Ited nnd .While, which has. al
most enade it clo.nl sweep In ii(uatlu
sports for some time past.
The Kauai vUhletlc, Association bus
been Invited to send "over Mime of lt
expert swlnlmers to compete with tho
Honolulu boys. If any of tho Ourdcii
Island's swimmers are coming over they
hoiild arrive by the Klnaii tomorrow
or the W. (1. Hall, Wednesday morning.
The lleatunl and Myrtlo.boat clubs
are going to show up .strong In tho
the boys work'tholr way through tho
Cro7.ler. I the star of the club In tho
sprints, and It will be u dandy race
when he meets Cunlia anil Duke Kitna
moku In the 100-ynrd race on the 12th.
!. Center Is nnother nil-round man
and Is expected to do great work for
his team In tho different events. It Is
said he Is especially strong at tho iiiar
ter mile. '
The Outrigger Club members, are do.
Ing things on tile Q. "'., and Kenneth
Iteldfnrd Is n. buy mm these days.
sbnpliiK up lib. team. Ttie OutrlCHers
nre strong swimmers, hut they are not
snylng much about their dinners In the
It Imx leaked nut that Kenneth
Drown Is the' ono to do IIiIiich In the
snrlnts. nnd that lllll fodmoro Is out
to show his htels to tiie niltn or half
In the lllll Nnlu the rrM of the teams
will find some stiff material to buck
up ngalnst, Theboys have been work
ing every afternoon this eck And to
morrow morning will have n tryout In
Duke Kahnnnmoku Is Hie main man
on tho team nnd Is an expert swim
mer. Ho will go Into the Hmrt-dls-tanco
events with Harold llustace and
It Is expected that Ilimtnee will nlso
go Into the half mile nlso. Vincent fie
noves and Alex May will nl'o be strong
mining meet, and Captain t'unlin of men In the longer distances.
the llenlnnls Is framhiR up an entry
list for the various events that will bo
hard to beat.
Tom O'llrlen will be one of the stars
The men have all found their favor
Ite distance- on the program and nre
working hard at It. The first race on
tho program will be the .'(l.ynrd sprint.
on tho Myrtle team In the long-dlstanc(i and It will be In this event that the
events, and ho will make tho others fastest swimmers In the Islands will
hustle to keep up with hhn.
Tho Myrtles will have u trjout this
afternoon ut 4 o'clock, when nil iho
a PORT CALENDAR.
tt If Managers of baseball and oth- tt
tt cr nthletlc teams would notify tho tt
tt 0 tt I le 1 1 n of the dates of pro- tt
it posed, matches bo that such In- tt
tt formation could bo placed In the tt
tt sport calendar- it would bo con- tt
tt sldered a favor. Address all com- tt
tt tminlcattons to Rportlng Editor, tt
tt Uulle tin Office. tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 6. tt
tt Ha8eliall Cavalry vs. AJI-Oahu, tt
tt Saturday, Aug. 12. tt
tt Aquatic Meet First A. A. U. tt
tt Aquatic Sports In Harbor, 2:308
tt p. m. tt
tt Polo Oahu vs. Kauai at Mgana- tt
tt lua Grounds. tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 13. tt
tt nascball P. A. C. vs. Hawaii; tt
tt Stars vs. J. A. U. tt
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After trying to do business with the
cavalry nine behind the bush, both the'
All-Chlneso nnd All-O.ihu teams wero,.
disappointed on Thursday.
h'nme of the pl.ivcrs had to go on u
bike tomortnw an m could not come
dnun with the team, and the result
was that the team would not come at
all without the sir vices of the tno
players, rtfeircd to.
Kacli of the local teams was trying
to nrrunge a match with tho cavalry
men without the other team knowing
anything ubout It. The Chinese were
aluniil In tho game anil would no doubt
win out but for tin. fact that the Fifth
hoyn would not come over without their
rtrongest lineup, wishing tu take no
It's mi III wind that blows nobody
good, however, and yesterday nttcriiomt
representatives of the Chinese and,
Oalins met and arranged a game be-'
tween themselves lor tomorrow ultei-,
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KING STREET, Next to Y.uno Hotsl
bo seen In nctton; -;.-i
Tho ii(imtlu meet should be u great
success, and the rpnrts will' no doubt
swimmers will bo on hand to light for turn out In large mimlierH to see the
a place on tho teams for next Sntur-'llrst meet of lis kind ever pulled off In
day I Honolulu.
Every carbon lamp in town should
be replaced by a
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Oahu Junior Ltagus.
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Tho Oahu Junior l.eaRiie held a busi
ness meeting last night at Notlcy Hall,
thero being a full attendance. ,
The matter of continuing the games
on Bandar was brought up and It nab
decided that the regular games be con
tinued ut the Athletic Park tomorrow.
Tho boys have been lying off' for tho
lust month for the benellt nf -tho spe
cial series and aro now ready to con-
'thine their series. There aro six more
games In the special series to bo'play
ed, and the players are anxious to lln
Ish them up, ah It is getting rather lute
Mr. Abe, secretory of thu Oahu Jun
iors, brought good news to the teams
last night, which was unexpected.
Ho has received twelve sterling watch
fobs, which were presented ley Spultl
Ing Ill-others to the team currying oil
The fobs are
shaped like u ball nnd nre very attrac-
the championship of 1911.
This news encouraged the tentns very
much ami they wero very appreciative,
'if some of tho Honolulu linns would
I do the sumo thing. It would bo u big
I....... In mn.ilnllK ulwirlu
When tho sports wero held ut l.lliuo
,on tho Fourth of Jul), many ofthu
Honolulu iirms onercut pn.os, which
clinereil the athletes wonderfully.
I The Palaints are In tho lend now
mid nro deternilned to hold It, o us to
get tho wurch fobs. They have played
three gumes mid won nil of them.'whlle
the Asahls huvo lost ono game.
Tomorrow morning, at 9:15 the C. A,
I' and Panamas wlll.tnect In tho tlrst
name, and In the second match the
Muhocks nnd Asahls urn tu meet, llotli
games should bo good.
The Asuhls and Palanius nro favor
ites, but tho other tennis have some
.surprises up their sleeves"' for them to
innrrow. I The ('. A. V. nlnniliiiH fallen to the
end nf the llht, although at the begin
ning of the series It was rated as a
Following nre the standings of the
three big leagues up tn July 28. It will
be Keen that Chicago nnd Philadelphia
nro close rivals In the National League.
V. U Pet.
Detroit 61 31 .663
Philadelphia .19 32 .618
New York .., B, 43 Ml
Uostoi 47 45 .511
Chicago 45 -43 .511-
Cleveland 18 48 .500
Washington 33. 60 .348
St. Louis 26 . 64 .289
Chicago .. .
New York ..
St. I.oiiIh 52 .
Urooklyu 31 '
Ilostou f 20
Kan Pranclsco '. . 59
I. os Angeles
55 I 31
52 ; 37
52 . 38
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FAND0M AT RANDOM
ULMETIN AD8 PAY'
Tho race track hill which came up
u fow weeks ii.'ii III the Now York Leg
islature wus killed by 63 tn 63. Thirty-
three members were ubscnt. Ono cause
nf the defeat of the bill Is Mild to he
thu presonca of tho "Christian Hobby,'
which had been Influencing tho assem
blymen, nambllng Is tho main causo
tor the prohibiting of horso- racing In
l-'rnnk Cliuni-o, nmnngor, will not
play hull any moro, according to Pres
ident Charles l- Murnhy oftho Culm.
He will only appear on the couching
lino nureaf or. unance has .been a
hard-luck plnyor shico ho onlorcd tho
Kama, Ho has. been hit on tho head
about forty times, nnd the last blow
Is said to be tho cuime of his retire
ment from active ily.
Weakly Bulletin II per rr.
noon at 3 h'cIim. oh tho phi Iciiruo
This seems to linvo.hceil goortlMTiy
to tlnlsh up the plans, seeing both fail
ed to secure what they jvnnted. Tiey
will now light It out to sen which team
Is entitled to met t tho cavalry next.
s the l.i-llc-liii.i nine wants to take on
the winners of tomorrows game.
The All-Chines.' and All-Oahus ure
pretty evenly matched, lind the game
should be a closo one.
Tim picked nine is composed of some
classy players, who can stop nil kinds
of liners that come their way. With
Frnncn at second, Chllllngworth at
short and Markham nt third, there Id
little chance of the Chinese scoring on
The manugers nf the Chinese nine
belb.ve they can bold their own against
tho All-Calms, and are confident of
winning If Ap.ni Marts out well In the
box. Chi llul will be nt tho receiving
station, nnd he Is n second to Barney
Joy, which means that he will bo Hble
to help Apau considerably.
I.ota and Itapliael are slated as the
)attery for the All-Oahu bunch, nnd
they should make good.
The fans nre Interested In the com
ing game and there will -undoubtedly
be ii large crowd on hand to see the
match. The usual admission feo will
Harney Joy nnd Hayes nre tn umpire
the game, nnd both ure familiar" with
Following nre the lineups: '
All-Chinese Apau, p.i Chi llul, c.i
Akiinn, lb.; Ah Kani, 2b.; Kan Yeiywi.;
I,. Tin. 3b.: Hong Chnck. If.; Hu'Hue,
cf.; Sing Hung, rf.
All-Oahus Lola, p ;, Itnphnel, c.;
llrlto, lb.: Franco, 2li.; If, Chllllng
worth, ss.lll Markham, 3h.; 1). Desha,'
rf.j llushnell. cf ; W nice, If.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
The ex-Yule football star, Captain
Wllllum Mitchell Lewis, millionaire an
tomoblle maker, has hired u prlvnto
trainer to coach his two sons, Turner
and Cordon Lewis, In athletics, Iril
Nelson Davenport, University of Chi
cago, who holds a 100-yard sprinting
record of 9 4,5, Is, tho trainer. Turner
Is 16 and Oddon If.years of age. They
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