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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1911.
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COLLEGE OF HAWAII . ,
SHORT OF FOOTBALL MEN
HIGHS EXPECT TO DO GREAT .THINGS IN ATHLETICS
THIS YEAR. 'OAHU COLLEGE MAY TURN TO RUGBY.
i KAMS TO HAVE NEW ATHLETIC CHAIRMAN .
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Tli" Lick School, which If. noted fori lug nuy of tli other hchnuls of the city
lu&ttnit every other school In nll.bl f'M'llmll tliN nr nro lull. Tho
. , ,.,,'.. .1 ., I ihunces nro thai the tollogo will turn
branches of ntlilellcs ciei tlio Coast, Mill "
lei rugby. The Minus iiikI College of
one of the most noted schools In tlio 1luill ltr ol llluI11I11B tll ,,. .,,,
West, will liirn out Its first niRby . inu-i villfi;l.itw gnmo llil your.
nnmul for iimctlyn.nii Annuel SI.- TllUl. - s
ritiwMinH" ti'itwITuia cfiiiinploinlilii In' clllf" Clin Pong, at one, tlmo n
nlmoil every line of Hiort. TliU will
be the li"! tlmo :i team has tlaeil tlio
Ic.lbdi K'ini" t Hi" school, unit tlio
VIlfiK ospect lo turn out n xtruiiK ub-Ki-eBiitloti.
They will luiMi nlimit thirty
inn out for tliu (irt il.iy'H iiniitlao.
I rnftwor ruliinn, wlm linn taken nn
nitlo part In alliletlt-H nt tlio MuKln-
ley HlKh Helinel, will lo at hN old poit
jwlien Kchohl l.rKlns iiRaln, n tut lie hoieH
I to litul innii) koiiiI material for the illf-
fermt tenini from tlio iniilo reernllH
juhn .enter the Mcliool thlH full, tin In
11 o Hvnooi eiucii.
Tlio CoHori' of Hawaii has already
loot n few nt (h footliall plnyem mill
will xoiiii itiUh niiiither liiiiiorl.int man.
who Ktii'H tn.tllo SlateH to eoiilliiuo IiIm
Htuitieh. Ho In a very valuable man,
tlio ioIIi'ko Iioj'h cny.
Has No Equal in the Laundry
TAKHS OUT Tlin 1IUT QUIl'lvl.Y AND TIIOltOtTtllll.V
DOKH NOT INMtmi: TIIH IIANDH
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Uho Knm Htliletex liuCo Inst their
iTeulal 'uthlcllc rlmlrmiiiip Captain W.
II. 'Wlnlefii, who left for tlio Coast last
,i ek. lJci hns Berveil Ills tlmo as lull
It n 1 J- liif Iiih tor nt tlin Kehool, Tlio
hi'j'H aie'ntixloii"! In know who tlio next
member of'the fuctilty to 1111 the vaeant
chair wll o.
Allan McfJowiui, n Krniltinto of the
lviiiuehaiiieha rit'liooti with tlio elasH of
09, will' enter tlio MolClnley IIIhIi
Ht'hool this full, Medowati was tlio
eaptnln of tlio 1009 Imxohall tram nml
nlno u member of the track anil Hopcer
teiuiiu of thut )enr while nt Knmeha
iiflin. Ho Is n kooiI riuthy player mul
tlio tllKh ntliliteH will llml room for
III 1 1 en llielr vnrous teams vhen ho
m.io. tl Is fall. '
K WlthhiKlon, who has been on tlio
HnrMiril rri'w for the pant threo yoarH,
will be lillwd lit Ills piiHltlon lit No. 7
when tlin crew turiiH out for jiractlso
Hi. l.oiilb Ciilli'Be will hnvo n few ho
calleil iirofeiislumil ball plujirii on Its
teanl when the seaMiu np'.'iis nuxt year,
tliiltlit of (.mini CoIIobo mill well
Known III nlliletU'H whlle'here. In now
nn active nicuiher In nlhletles lit Ht.ni
font. Ho b n iiiember of the ClilneKV
t-itllilellln' Alliance albletli! eoilllllltleP,
which hail full clinrBe of iirruiiBemeiitH
of tint vnniiil annual track nml lllih
meit hebl nt the C.ilirorul.i track on
AiiKUKt 12. Tlio' oilier two menibcrH
of the coiiiinltteo wire II. H. Q. Jeo
of Htuntoiil. who was chahinaii, nml
W. K. I.in of Calirornln University.
HIliB I'hoilB Is II bliillnl of I'll Hue, tlio
local ball pla)tr.
HiiKby practise In most of tlio IiIrIi
M'hools nn the I'nai-l has Hlartnl, ami
nil tho other IiIb reboots will hoon havu
their tennis out. The season for ruKliy
will start sumo tlmo ihirlui; tho latter
ait of 8"ptomher, ainl all tho teams I
uro picMrini; for the coiiiIiib season.
I'lio Alitiliiiln lllltli School, ono of
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(lll HIIOUBCSI IltllUTt'lllH in lliu uiiereoi
b'i;jto colli! of football, la now conshl-
erliiB tho possibility of takliiK u
riiBby. Ono suio tiling has been set
tleil, ami that Is that tho Htiuleiith at
Al.imeila HlKh will enter Into Inter
iIiibm Biiuies ruthcr than bo outshlo
for competition In any branch of sport.
Tho IpKlnley High Kchnol boys nro
f.lail to hear that they nro boIiib to
have, Kuinn ooil ntlileteM when Hchool
npeiiM iibiiIii lioM inuiith. Thev will
'iiiIsh u few uoml uieiuberH of tho uth
ililli' iiKsoclatloii In Kolimion I loo. Ken
I net )t Abies mill l.estcr Mill Us. Tho
latter two hao sulleil uwuy for colleBe.
Theso threo boys Bi'iKlnateil with tho
i lass of 1911,
The prospects of Oahu Colleen iiicet-
Tho St. Louis Ci.lleee opens on Sep
tember 3. Tho lolloiro will lose one of
Its most accompllsheil stuilentH 111 uth-j
letlcs, JiiM'ph I'a.sKolli, who was inan
ni.'er of tlio baseball team anil captain
of the truik tl am. Ho iiraillialeil tlllJ
year uml Is nuiv on Kauai.
William Deslia, who has another term
to sirvo nt Oahu CoIIcbu beforo hu
Brailuatcs, left for tho Coast on tho
Vllielinlnn Weihunilay mornhiB on a
plea mire trip. If thhiKs suit lilin on
tho Coast ho will not return to school
here, but may luko up n, business
course while there. 'lllll,"ah lio Is
known to all sports, was captain of tho
lootball teain this year at Oahu Col
lege n nil also u star pel former on tho
Tho Chlneso Stuilcnts" Alliance, nn
organization niailo up of Cljuese stu
dints on the Coast, hclil IIh secniul aiw
mini track uml Held clinniplonshlpmeet
on August 12. Aiiiong tho fttinlents urn
miiiio speeily men, who would give lhi
Sue n run for his money If ho wiro
present ut tho meet. Ills brother, Hlnf
Chong, entered for tho 110 ilash.
Saturday, Aug, 19.
It I'olo Kauai vs. Cavalry nt Mil'
tl Sunday, Aug. 20,
tt Ilascliall J. A. C. vs. 1'. A. C. at
Si Athletic I'nrk. t!
:t Hawaii vs. Htara at Athletic Park, ti
ti Saturday, Aug. 26. tl
tt Ilolay Ilnco Ten Miles: ntz- tt
tt Kcrahl ugjliist JhcKboii, KIiik, tt
tt .Inks, at Athletic I'UiU. tt
tt I'iiIo Oalm s. Cavalry nt Mo- tt
tt analiia. tt
tt Ilauehall All Clilncsu vs. Cavalry tt
tt nt Athletic l'aik. tt
tt Sunday, Aug. 27. tt
tt Ilauehall Hawaii vs. J. A. C.J ti
it Stnis vs. p. A. C. at Athletic ti
tt Park. it
it tt tt tt tt tt tt It tl it tt tt it tt tl tt ti
J. A. C. OUT '
TO WIN P. A. C.
Ball Games. Should Be lutcr-
esting Tomorrow Stars
Expect to Lead.
The Oahu Lenguo will continue Itn
iisiuiI iloubleheailer tomorrow afternoon
nt the Athlttlo Turk, when tho J. A.'
Cs, unit tho l'l.rtugiiesn nine meet on
the (llauiiJiiil In tho first game nml the
.shim tnrKfcftlU'Iftiwifllir iii-triio-VHHe-jl
mul mateli or llie iifleriinou.
'Ihcsc two gauieil hhoutil bo of Inter,
est, us I (it li lint Mais ami I', A. lis.
hiio It In lor theli' iippoutut ami are
iletermluiil lo knp tbeul ilimli III till',
set les. 1
Tho leaders of tho lln.1 mtIvn ur.v
tuMiig things Kcrlnusly since their de
feat of last Sunday mul mo wonder-'
line If more Is coining their way, I
'I hu lluunlls hnvo started out In the
wriuiHT ilhcctlon this sirles, but they
il.ilm It Is merely u iiuestluii of hard
luck. Tho team has lost li good mull
In Hill IVMia, who has sailed' for tlio
Coast, liapbael hns gnno tu Maul mul
Kuiilll has desci'ted the team and giiliu
with the Chinese team to the Valley
Aynii, who did nil tho planning of
tho trip tu Maul for tho Chinese team,
toubl not go, us he was prevented from
doing so by his physician on, account
of n bad ankle. Ho was hplked u fuw
weeks ago while playing ugalust the
All-Oahii team uml Is unable to play
With .au uml Kunlll oh thu Hawaii
nine, they nro left without n good play
ir ut shortstop. Captain David Desha
hillovcH that ho has to lakn "chanceH
mul piny at that position himself Hun
day. Tho Chlneso members of Manager
Marcallliin'H team lire having a vaca
tion uml the hoys nro having a swell
tlmo on Maul, celebrating their victory
over the J. A. Ce. last Sunday. They
will leport for duty ut the Athletic
Park on August 27, lloth Mnrculllno
mid Cnptalu Harney Joy hnvo been
busy (Inuring on how In 1111 four va
cant places on thu team for tiimnrruw's
game, mid nt last havu conio to the
decision that Siimmr shall catch. On
ilcrlo plnv short nml Plattu nil L. Tin's
position at third. '
Tho American Japanese team will
have It strongest teiiin out, mid ex
pects to wipe out tho P, A. Cs , who
sprung n snrprlso on the popular Ha
waii team Sunday.
Hiishuell will do tho twirling for tho
P. A. Cs, while fleorBO Clark Is e
peeled, to be In tho box for tho J. A. C.
Williams and Sumner will form tho
ballery for the Stars, nml the "Lld"cuu
pilch some when ho gets started.
For the Hnwiills, Iita and Wlnnti
will do thu hombardlng, uml the old
standby Is going to t.ee that the Stars
don't win In the last Inning.
, tt n a
Sports ut tho old V M C. A. build
ing have cciiM'd, mid little will bo
doing III iithhlle Hues until tho now
building is upeiuil on September 25,
when Indoor baseball will commence.
Experienced Men and Expert Service
ro hi: compop.tahi.k this wkathrh is to install an
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MWTT having the low, damp spots in
j jf your yard filled in and the lot
" graded you will he assisting in
the campaign against'moscjuitoshesides making
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P. M. POND.
Tho Stars have recruited many left?
hand huttirs of late, uml they all may
bo keen hi tho giiino tomorrow. Ay
lilt, Joy, Hoopll, Plattn and Onderuiiro
eonio of them,
(Additional Sporti on Pago 12)
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