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Pool, and Novice Handball
Tournaments Arc Now
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tt It Manager ol baseball and olh- tt
tt or athletic teams would notify tho it
tt nulls tin ot the dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches no that such In- tt
tt formation could be placed In the tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt sldcrcd a favor. Address all com- tt
tt munlcatlons to Sporting Editor, tt
it DU'llotln Office.! , tt
tt Saturday, Aug. 18. tt
tt I'olo Kauai vs. Cavalry at Mo- tt
tt anntua. tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 20. tt
tt Baseball J. A. C. vs. P. A. C. nt tt
tt Athletic Park, tt
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Tho, novice handball uiul tho pool and
Millard tournaments held at tho Y. M.
C. A. during tho past six weeks havo
Hayes won tho pool tournament and tt llnwoll vs. Stars at Athletic Park, tt
secured tho Kohl watch fob. tt Saturday, Aug. 26. tt
Nut lllart was tho winner or the tt Polo Oalm vs. Cavalry at Mo- tt
handhall tournament from live othcrx. tt nnnlua. tt
Ho took the scries easily. lllart was tt Baseball All Chlncso vs. Cavalry tt
awarded the championship yesterday, tt at Athletic Park. tt
llo also Kcts.a watch fob for winning, tt tt
tho series. t tttttttttttttttttttttttltttttttttt
In the live Raines piayen, man puei
up li IiIkIi total score of 22.1. W. Ilarn-
hart, who was Injured during ono of
the practise games, took second place
with .210. Ilo kept pretty closo toi
Blart, hut whether ho could do lietterj
If he hnd not met with the nceldent Is"
hard to say, lllart la no longer n nnv-l
Ice, us he has shown that ho can heat.
a few of tho best players there. There will" be only two vacancies on
Drcnlto, K. McCiuIro anil A. .Baptist (,o Harvard crew for tho coining sea
wrro closo behind each other for third pon of 1911-11112. These two uro not so
place, with J. Carvalho at tho tall-end very hard to till.
of tlie scries it In very seldom there Is such a
Tho standing of tho players, who took Mnn change In the crew, and so llttlo
part lit Ave sanies, follows: .
Nat lllart 225
W. Barnhart 210
K. McCiuIro 171
A. Baptist . 170
J. t.'arvaltu 1.16
green material used as will bo the case
In .the coming season. There are Just
two members who will be missed
through graduation ex-Captain Cutler
nnd Lothrop Wlthlngtoii, tho Honolulu
Ex-Captain Cutler's position Is at No,
7. Wlthhigton's nt No. K Metralf, who
The lmys now Intend to start Indoor substituted for Cutler's place last non
f-on, has u good chanco ot capturing
Ills position and may llll tho scat next
season on tho crew.
Wlthlngtnn's npsltlon' Is somewhat
harder to (111, ns 'It requires a heavy,
steady man, and. It looks as though tho
freshman football captain. W. T. Clard
Iiict, who did good wojk In his class
boat at New London, may get the po
sition. , li,
Wlthlnjton Ifi or stUrdy-.bulld. weigh-
baseball practise for the coming scries.
-(Htanarng of Norfhwehf'erit League up lug 187 pounds, nnd Is a good athlete.
to August 9:
Vnncouvtr ., . i..'. t.. 6
Tncotiut . 65
Seattle Mr t.. 60
Thern urn tliren candidates for Ills do-
CJ- sltlon B. a., Morgun, A. Taylor' and
"," J.. ; Miller. .
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CHINESE ALLIANCE " '
. 'HOLDS TRACK MEET
On AiikW 9 Johnny Williams pitched Went, help? Tho local All-Chlneso
n losing gam.! against Scuttle, llo teonv If It, .went to the Coast without
wns touched for eleven hits and live u hulllclcnt number ot players, could
runs, while linker of tho SentHo ulna easily get assistance from Chlncso col
allowed the Victorias tlvo hits und two Ioro students who aro now flocking to
runs. lllerkrley, Cnl., to compete In a track
On August 8 Tacomn won front mtri ,crc,
Victoria by 8-2. Williams played at ,f 0 local ,nnmiBcr,, cly could get
right Held and Thorsen was In tho box , , ,wel IaycrSf Ulcy couW add
for the los ng team. Williams knocked' , . , . . .. ,. fc
.. .i n. i more Chlncso players when they reach-
UUl I UM''l'UPihll I4IHIIIH 1IIU B"llivi i 1 a
vi.i..ri,. 1...1 oii,r n,n I., thn l the Coust. who would no doubt be
leaders on August 7, when they were, glad to help them.
beaten by .8 to 1. Million nnd Thorsen
wen tho buttery lor Victoria.
August 6 saw Victoria again wnl-
lopevWhl tmn by tho Portland nine;
Chinese students In California are
plentiful, and there aro ., many good
track und baseball men there.
,T)io Chlnesa Students' Alliance, which
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co':X.Z- "m,t ". represents students front all parts of
r- n ,.,.t ' 'I'0 "n"
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M tt n 'u d ill V nutn nnu iii "v; imtu ,
ruih'nu'j'nTrjAliinmi llerkcley.lasl Baturtiay a icrnoon. Tne
FAND0M AT RANDOM meet was a success and some -good
times were made.
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'it )s declared that "Flsmo" Delhe,
pitcher of, tho Ios Angeles (Coast
League) team, has established a now!
worms retoru. ,ior on juiy ow. wneii ... ... , ,, ,..-Pme In
he played against Portland, ho pitched ; , WW)lcr BtutcH uro beginning to
only 75 balls throughout tho nine In-1 f()r thi) , ,, whlch bo.
gins next month. Most all tho high
schools along tho Coast tro taking up
tho English game and propping tho
American football. Anilfrsoifs Acaa
nlngs, ugulust tho former record of 103,
Ho govs to tho Chicago Americans next
, uluIHU . .... '.."'."-".,, nnktan.1 In lhlolst Institution
Arlxonan wlip . wns indicted by the , . ... ,' . ,.
1'cdoral grand jury for being connect
eel with tho opium smuggling was up
before Judgo Charles V. demons In
the United Stitte district court yes
terday morning. Ills caso was con
tinued over until the. October term.
to adopt rugby
In preturenco Jto tho
If It's Paint
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are linked together.' The
reason is that at a period
when a 'girl's digestion is
provides her with powerful
nourishment in easily di
, It's the food that builds
and keeps. up-a.girl'5
Next Bunday the C. Al U. will try
conclusions with the Aulas, and tho
Pulamaa will meet the Mjhocks In tho
second game of the Ouhu Junior series,
Tho games should start nfnro promptly
than has been tho caso heretofore, as It
.made troublo last Huiiilnj. when the
second match did not, flnlm until 12:30.
1 Miss. May CJ.' Hutton defeated Miss
Dorothy Kersluiw easily hn her Initial
appearance ,wt Tucoina courts on Au
gust 8, In thn twrnty-llrsl annual ten
nis tournament of tho Paclllo North
west, Bho did not allow )ier opponent
a. Blnglo gump throughout tlio pluy.
Tho Asahl's and Palamal are running
a closo race In the Onhu Jjinlor League
for" the honors of the fint scries. ,!f
tho Muliocks piunage tolsllp one to
ho loaders, t(io Asahls wll come very
near being top-notcners
Fight Fans May Sec Champibn
in Exhibition Here Next
There will probably be a chance of
seeing Jack Johnson In the ring In Ho
nolulu somo tlmo during next autumn.
Hugh Mcintosh, who Is at tho head
ot tho big light trust, Is arranging with
Johnson (or an exhibition tour of the
Paclllo nnd Straits Settlements, taking
In Honolulu as ono of the places to
glvo un exhibition.
Johnson passed, through Honolulu a
few years back with Mcintosh from
Australia, on his way to tho mainland,
and gave an exhibition here which was
Johnson Is to light Wells next month
In England, but the light .fans there are
not taking the bout seriously, because
they believe he will get away with his
man very easily. The bets uro said to
lie 5 to 1 In favor of tho negro.
Next spring Johnson Is slated to fight
In Australia, but whether ho will go
around the other way Is not known yet,
Jack Johnson claims to lovo Eng
land liccnuso tho Ilrlttshcrs are more
friendly to him and uro ulso moro
Tho colored pugilist Is giving exh
bltluii bouts In England nt present with
his sparring partner, Monto Cutler.
The n una tic meet pulled off under tho
atihplces of tho Hawaiian branch ot
tho Ar-A. U; last Saturday was a suc
cess. Two world's records were broken
at that lime, and some other fast Union
..Tills goes to show that wbi).Honi-l(
lulu Is given a real chnnce'to tackle
the mainland records of the A. A, U.
the boys get pretty near them and' even
break it few.
Now Duke Kahanamoku's fame will
travel through almost nil parts of tho
world for the great work he. did In the
f-prlnt last Saturday. Uuko Is' not
well known among the people of Ho
nolulu, but Is remembered by many
tourists who havo visited Hawaii and
taken it dip In tho surf of Walklkl.
This was the tlrst meet of tho A. A.
U. held In this Territory, and during the
latter part of next month n track meet
being planned to bo held In Hono
lulu, when all members of tho union
will bo allowed to participate.
There Is good reason to bcllcvo that
Dili nice, tho genial runner, will break
a row or tne island recoras or even
reach some of tho mainland records at
tho forthcoming meeting.
Itlco and tho rest ot the runners ot
Honolulu huvo not forgotten that pecu
liar time made by .Fernandez, at I.lhuo,
Kauai, on July 4, when ho covered the
fifty yards In tho Impossible (fot him
(tine ot S 1-5, this being the Island rec
ord, made, b.y En Sue In 1?0C,
Tho course must'ccrtajnly havo beeij
short, as Krrnamlex Is known to the
Honolulu ntnieics as oniy a second-
class runner, llo wl(l havo a chance to
uphold his prowess when the evonts nt
next mouth tako place. i
,The directors of tho A. A. V. have
not yet decided oft the date for the
contests, and It may be possible to
hold It over till the first week of Oc
tober, as It will give the athletes who
return to school ampin tlmo to get Into
the best of condition.
It Is not known whether Oahu Coir
lego will Join tho A. A. U, or not, us
she refused last year. The students.
however, may draw their own cards. If
this Is the case, tho Knms, nnd Illglm
will probably fctsy out, as. It Vould af
fect their sports lnsomo.wnys.
All tho athletes are' anxiously nwaltr
lug the announcing of tho da to of the
next A. A. U, meet.
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Ilushncll wns vny off bis batting
form last Sunday whllo plilylng against
tho llawullf.. He will twirl for the P.
A. C, on Sunday, when thpy encounter
FANDOM AT RANDOM'
Tho champion Alea team would like
to tncklo cno of tho Oahu Leaguo teams
Just to show them -what they would
look like lifter tho game. There Is no
chance at present, us all tho teams ure
plttylng every Silnday.
Barney Joy may not play Sunday n
the game, against the, P, A. C. His fin
ger ,1s getting along nicely, but Barney
thinks It advisable to bo merely n spec
tator when tho P. A. C. and Stars are,
lighting It out.
Manugor Drclcr of tho Hawaii basn
Jsill team has , returned to the city
from a, pleasure trip, nn the other ldi
of thi- Island. Ho will resume his work
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