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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUG, 14, 1911.
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AQUATIC MEET BIG SUCCESS
DUKE KAHANAMOKII IS STAR
TWO WORLD RECORDS BROKEN ISTHE RESULT OF THE
SWIMMING RACES SATURDAY IN HARBOR. LARGE
CROWDS ATTEND MEET.
Tlie full results worn
Down In tlic Alnkcn Klip Bnturdiy fill swimmers,
afternoon nn Interesting program of nH follows
nnu.itlc sport wns carried off success
fully under the auspice nf Hie lla-
Duke I. Knhann
I Cunlia (II); 3,
Kdwln Ollil) (H. N.). Won euslly;
time, 24 1-5 seconds.
wniiaii nrnntii m mo a. a u., wiiim i-i.-i-i.r
11 In lie congratulated for IH feood work. ' jQ.ynrj nWm
In plnnnlnir nnd carrying out the meet mo,., it jj.
iiiiwuu cnnie in me mini imu miuw-
8S0-yaril swim 1. V. Ocnovos (II
IN); i. C. A. Hroderkk (II); 3. C.
'Crosier (M.). Won iiy a tai; time,
ed that she N In possession cf some
oxtillciitJgHW humors, Dtike, Knlinnn
niokil. llio'stnr of die 1 1 nl Nnlii. estnb
IIMilngn' n'dw world's record for ama
teurs for Hie 100-yord jlnslv covering
tlic dlstnnfq In 55 2-5 seconds, lipnllnic
tlic Arrjtrlcnn nmntciir swimming rec
onl lv,3 2-rl Mxouds. Duko nlso enmo
Imclc In tlw JJO'jnrd ovJnt nml broke
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HENNING A. PETERSON, 1150 Alakea Street, P. O. Box ,155, Honolulu.
Oim mllo dwlm 1, V Oonoe (If,
N.)l 2, C. K.' Mnyne (II); 3. Cliarlif.
ltrciuii (II.); 4, WntKon Ilallentyne
Won Iiy two In pa; time, 29 2R 3-S
I'nni'y ilUInc 1, Oeona1 Pru'lh (II.);
2, II. K. Fuller (II.); 3, J I. Whittle
100-ynriI sprint 1, Huke P Knhnna
mokll (II. N.)l 2. I. Cunlia (II); 3,
Dan Kcawenmnhl (II N) Vn hy
thirty feet; time, S 2-5.
PUlliKO for dlBtnnce 1, II K Fuller
(II.); 2, A. II. Turleton (M ); .1, Ka
410-yard Bwlm 1, V Onoei (II.
N.); 2. I. Cunhii (It); 3, (' A Itrod
erlck (II.). Won by twenty yiinla:
time, C;32 3-E.
220-ynnl awlm 1, Duke I Knhnnn-
rnce ciit j
Itelay rnro 1, Hill Nnlii: 2, llealnnl.
Won ennlly; lime, 2:51.2-5.
The olllclals In "lnrite of llio vporln
Jere n followBJ Clerk of the cnurae,
O, II. Tutlle; referee, I.elle P Scott;
Jiidpen. V. Tj-nnwllni. O P. nhoilei.,
Kenneth Ilrown; jiulKen, fancy illvlmt.
JJ. iri,pljrigfV.OlIoer. A. K.,Kjrt:
tfrntweneMTrit A. I.ion. Merlo'infiil-
son, T-jjKfni Hlarh r JlrneFt Koif;,
announcer, John Anderson. '
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iinotlienrc6ril,ly .1 3-5 ijernniW, mak
iiik inr-uiMnnpoin -n i-a Keconns.
. . .j L r.- li..'.it .1.
A niK cruw'o,;Kuiieren ;u ine wiiari
(liirlnr: 'tlie aftenWon, nnd 'Ml were
e:tKcr to nee the 100-yard dash pulled
off, which wai the hlue-rllition eent
of the day.
The II til Nnlii Ihnwed lip well In
tnklnfi llrat-plnre hnnom, hut larked
rt numlior of entrlen. The Itonlanl
hud Rood point-winners In every event,
ho tl.no. hey hrf.l ilgured that tlm nr0(tr,clc ,.,, Won ,,,.. m(i
lllll .Lilian ii, iiiii nwi iiviii. infill in
imlnti, hut the Wnlklkl hoya hnil thlnRi
tflelr oVn nay nml won both w.iyH, nl
though tho Ilcutanli wtro close In
The SSO-yard race1 wi the first event
pulfeil orr and, mi It was niireed befoni
the raco was started thai only twri'men
from encli team plinuld enter, tllere
were on- six partlclpanlH In this
event Vincent 0!iiop won n' ho
iked. beatlnu IiIk cliinest opponent',
IlrodeMck. Who was the favorite, by
ono Jop or 100 .ynriK
The r.n-jnnl r.icev proved to no. nn
uxallfiiK eent. with six entries. DukW
lvalian;iiifku won from Cunlia b)'''nve
ardfc jln4J)roko tho amateur record iy
1 3-5-'wi'iinil.i '
Kalianmnoku wns the third lo stflle
the wafer at the Mart, but when he
ciit riafted he plowed throuKh the
Thii mile turned out to 'be n dlsap
polntment to the Henlanl team, hs
"fllnKi'f" Jlnyno waa expected to take
thU event for them, as Im had Bond
over tlm courso many times with
Ilrown and made. Rood time, but Oe'
noves proved too much for lilm and
won from Jlayno bj; two hundred ard,
The fancy lUvlne content wns won
rnslly by tho m It-known nvlmmerj
(leorB'' Freeth of the Henlanls, al
IIioiirIi tho dives wero not ho Interest
ing n b was expected. -Tlm Ileiilnnls
look lirnt and Hccond places In this
Tho 100-yard dash was next on thn
proBrnnv anil theway Kiilinnainol.il
left his (.ppoiidits nt hi heels was a
Knuid-'kli-ihU Duko wnalbht'tn break
lliu record nnd,h did It. Ciinlin was
a close veennd till tho fifth-yard lino
was reached, when Duko nut full speed
iihend'nlid went tlirmii;ii tho water llko
it ll.-ili, crosilnB the lino with elaht
ynrds to spare, ff.'unlin and Dan Ken-
weanuihl fnuliRt fur second place.
.ThOjpliinno for dlstuncn was not so
InterentluK. as the event was a sort of
dead one. The olllclals had to ,
ho tlm dhtancea could not bo measured
The. II ii I Nalus lost out In this event,
Archlu rtoberlson lackinK wind. It. K.
Puller "of the lleiil.inls was the winner.
In tho 440-yard swim, (lenoves won
for tlm I Tut Nnlu, with I,. Cunlia sec
ond. Tin) hitler, ctnyed with his man
threo-nimrtern of tho way, when ho
boBnn to slow up and (lenoves won
with llfteon yards to spare.
The 220-yard sprint saw Duko Kn
innnmokii'iiRnln In tho rncn for tho 1 tut
.N'aliiK, and ho proved a winner attain,
althoiiKh he had lo work Minn.- to.wln
from I). Center, who was n close second.
The relay rare, whkh was last on
thn proKrum, was a dandy, with the
men cIomi tOKetlii-rJyntll tho fourth tup
was renched, when Harold Ilmtace Kt
a blK lead. I'rnin then It vas Inrrens
ed rlKbt nloViK by thn.Ilul Nalus, nml
Knliaiuiiunliii llimlly won as lin liked.
The Hill, Nalus kept n,ood sc of fresh
nun for this mi-nt and won nut very
eaNlly. The wlniilnc team was ah fol
lows: Major. Kfl.a, Dan, Harold Huh.
lace, (J. Ifrufier and Duko Kuhana-inoKu.
Tlm meet w.is n silendld ono and
llio hoy did more than was cxperted,
Duko Kiih.inumoku and Vincent do-)
uoves, holh of tho Hul Nnlii, wero tho
stars of tho day.
Tlm tolil number of points earned by
tho thri'ii clubs tli.lt competed were as
follows. Hul Nnlu, 12; llenl.inl, p.
iljrlle. !i The new ort.'iiul.atlon, Hul
Kulii, ni.ido kihii In every respect, nnd
In Duke Kahun.nnokii and Vincent (In
noyeV,1 tlio i,iiih poMituij two wondtr-
The Oihu Junior I'.-iriio -pulled oft n
douhlvhondcr nt the Athhtlc Park yes
tirdny mornhiB befure a nood-slied
The nrst Knme turned out to bo n
dandy, and tlm funs were Itipt on their
feet nil tho time. The match went ovir
the limit, nnd It wns not until thrie
extra IiiiiIiiks wero pln)ed that the
Arabia pulled tlieinselves throiiRli with
urn winmnB run alter one man wilt
It wns nn eleven-lnnliiB Knme nnd
the Asnhls won from tho C A. U. to the
tune of 9-8. The .'. A. L. w'erejlenil
Iiib nt the beglniiliiK of the ninth bs
the score of 8 Jo,.1;, .and It lookjd us
IIioiikIi they would win hands down,
but the Nipponese Bine them a. little
surprise In their half of the ninth and
scored three runs, tleliiK the score
The Mnrlynmn brothers did thotrwlrl
Ins for tho Asnhlvniid Untie Ctieonit
pitched tho tvhokMKftm fr"thn'(.'lil
nese. Arnkl, on third, was the stur of
the Asahls, while Kan Yin was tho
Hhlnlne HkIiI of the O. A Us.
The si-cond Kanic, between thoAnlas
and Palamss, was won by the latter
team by 8-0. Ham Hop, the well-
known Chinese sport, wns In the box
for the Anlas and did Rood work, but
was ((Iven poor' support. This Knme
ended nt 12:45, after somo mlxup dur
Iiik tho panic, when ono nf the Jani
tors tried to stop the tennis from nlny-
Iiik. After, tlfteen minutes of dNpufe
between the captains nnd the Janitor,
tho ma nn kit of tho park showed up and
allowed tho Bauie to proceed.
The scores of llie two Karnes were
lis follows: ,
C. A. U.
,n it nn sn po, a ii
iThfl .fiuvill vnoht races
pulhUtofuln-lho harbor. yesterday-lifT-
eritoon' rrpvodi Inienrstlns;. I iTtio- Qal-
lopliiBlMiiry won llio Hownnl Cup fdf
wrens In line st)le. Hhe wns captained
by flecirRo Cruzlen I.uther IloiiKh' wns
llrst oyer tho lino In tho second nice,
that for the Crulir Cup. He was In
cnniinand of the Pearl
In tho second event (he Dorence took
tho lend at the start, but losf on the
home stretch, when the Pearl overtook
her nnd maintained a load till tlio end,
Tho Florence sl.icked up nnd fell to
fourth place after inaklnic n flood- start
Tho Ivy, captained by Mnx Uolte,
Mieaked up mid took second plnco In
the second race. The Florence wns
sailed ,by f Crozh r.
tt n n
UKULELE PATROL MEETS
BAD WEATHER RETURNS
Tho Ukuhln Patrol mndo n hlko up
to l.'inaliull )isterdny, but It was Im
possible to niuli the top, us tho heavy
ruin mndo tlihiEs dnimcrous, nnd the
patrol hlid In iliatiKO llsroil(e.
Thn hoys passed six of tlio falls of
Illtdebrand before they concluded that
if was no usii attempthiK to reach tlm
seventh fall, so dangerous was tho
Tho members of tho patrol bad a
hard time of It clhuhlnR tho six falls,
and they wero Rliul when tho order was
Blven tu descend after ImliiB Bono that
fur. ns the paths wero very slippery.
Next Hiinday If tlio day Is clear tho
patrol will make another attempt to
rcuih the lop of l.nimhiill.
a tt a
WAIALUA TEAM BADLY
, DEFEATEDBY AlEA NINE
The Alcn baseball team proved that
It was tho rial champion yesterday,
wheif It bvo Hie Wulalmi hunch a Se
vern beuihiB. tho scoio rending" 22-2.
Tlu Aleas n mi inhered how tho Wnl-
ulims were boastlnB of their beathut
Wulnnno the previous Kanday, so yes
terduv llio tliainplons adinlnUtered n
real defeat to the Walallias.
Tho sroro by InnliiRS was as follows
0 n 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2
0 0 12 10 0 0 15
Tan' Ui, cf,
Kan Yen, ss ,,
Hills Huns;, 2h
Chun I)uck, rt
Tin Yf-n. ,3b .
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Aj Knn, c ...
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C. A. U.
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Two-b.so hit, A. Knu; three-haso hit,
Kan Yen; sacrifice lilts. Pine IConr,
IIoiib CheoiiB 2, Arnkl, Snkalno 2; left
on bases; C. A. V. if, Asithls 12; double
play. Kan Yeif tn A. Wone; hit hy
pitcher. Sin IfuriB. Arnklji T. Morl
yamn; liases pn balls, off T. Morlyamn
3. C. Morlyamn 2, IIoiib Cheong ID;
struck out, by T Morlyamn 4. C. Mn-
rljama C. IIoiib ClieonB 4; wild pitches,
T Mnrlynmn 3, a Morlyamn 2, Hone
Cheons; 3; passed halls.iMuraknml 3, A.
Knu 2: Innings pitched, hy.T. Mori
y.ima 3 2-3.. C. Morlyamn 7J-3. Time
of BHtne, 2 houri 13 minutes; umpire.
Huns 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
llano hits ........1 01 1 11 04 Or-G
Iluns 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 8
llano bits 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 8
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NEW HOTEL OPENS
Tlm openlnR of tho Cralor ttotel
nt Tweiity-nliin iiilles last woek wuh
qulto u Brand affair on tho IIIk 1h1
mul, nnd Honolulu was well ropre
xentcd. l'etor Ie. who was formerly In
charge, of tho Volcano House, has tho
mannui'inont of tho now hotel nnd
that will nssuro tho best nf service.
On tho opening night, after dinner,
tlio dining room was cleared nnd thorn
wns dancing till a, late hour, mush;
being furnished by tho lillo Quintet
Tlio new hotel Is ns modern iih ran
ho iiuuln nnd among tlio many nt
tractions Is if big llreplacn with rnm
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