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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. (l, THURSDAY, AUQ. 24, 1911.
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CHINESE BALL TEAM
. HAS SUCCESSFUL TRIP
Kan Yen Makes Good In Box Captain Asam Sprained an
Ankle Lahaina Team Is Beaten.
Tho Chinese ball teum which mado themselves badly during llio mnlcli. es-
u trip lo Maul to play tlio crack trains Pecinuy me cnp.ain, , ,..,..-
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REV. SCUDDER AND PARTY
REACH TOP OF KILOHANA
Wilder onco mado a trip over tho Kl
loliuna I'.ill, but wcro lost on the way
and were found somo time later by a
search pirtj Dr. Scudder nnd party
found n trnco of the rcscuo whllo go
ing oxer the pall. After reaching tho
p of tho pill the party explored tho
ltc. Dr. Scudder led n party of two
other ilergjmon and Mr. llrown, u
tclioi.l teacher of Wti'lliieu. up to the'
top of tho famous Kllolmiiu Full, "' iIkiIihI. nnd after traveling about
Kauai, Inst Saturday. twriitj-lho miles finished their day's
it was a great cinnu, ino iicigiu ue-, trump
lug about-6000 feet aboo sea lecl j
This was tho llrst tliuu the top had
been rtacheil by white men Dr. Scud
ilir also made u reputation as u moun
tain illiibcr by. sailing tho Iau Nccdlo
fotue ttmo ago
Tho climb was not headed by n Hn
wnllun guide, although one was en
Riigcd tho night before. The climbers
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho D mwrnts lm o managed to win
at baseball, but whether tills, Indicates
the run of ecnts In tho next presi
dential election Is not known Qn Au
CUst 8 at Washington, D C . tho Demo
I.imI lltmiftniLlrt -nmf Rltifi'tmrenr'liftil tiimli.iittM"ln tlin r1iiiimi1nnf.lilti enntfl
to be madejery slowly and carefully.! I ho House of Representatives by tho
ciowrnor Jredr and Hcoutmnster scoro of 15, to a,
on that Islund has finished Its series'
and will return Saturday morning
The 'trip was a rucccss, us the team
won three out of four games played
on the Valley Island
The lithi game was played last Sat
urday at Kaliulul, against a picked
team of that ton p. and tho Is I tors
gine Hid homo team n doso of Whlfe
wash, so much dreaded by biicball
teams. Tho scoro of tho tlrst day's
game was 5-0 In faor of the Orientals.
Tho crojMl present at tho game was
a good-sized one Captain Alec Asam
and Ah Lin formed the battery for tho
Chinese: Foster Robinson nnd Sam
Kniea for Kaliulul
Tho following day, Sunday, a much
larger crowd attended the ball game
at Kahulul between tho Chinese and
All-Maul nines They had a reason for
turning out In force. It was to sco tho
lsltors get u beating and' they wcro
not disappointed The All-Chinese lost
to the Valley Islanders by 8-10 after
an exciting struggle.
, The Japaneso ball fans flocked to tho
grounds In large numbers tho same
afternoon to sco their natlvo nine go
down In defeat at tho hands of tho vis
itors lo the tune of 15-4. It was an
i.wful beating which they receded from
tho Celestials, and It was Administer
ed lust fo show tho Nipponese that
Ihcv could never como up to the Kclo
class of bnli tobscrs.
This" All-Japanese-Chlncso game took
place llftccn minutes after tho first
one, which wns hard on the visiting
team, but It got Into tho gnmo with
new life after losing the first and
trimmed tho local Japanese team
halnns wcro not In tho running at any
stngo of the game
Dunn, tho noted pitcher of the St
Louis College team during the
lug tho game.
blood when Onhu nnd tho Fifth Cav
alry charge Into one another at Mo
unalua next Saturday.
The outcome of the game means 1
last Brcat dcul lo boMl ,f ,ne CttVa,r'
was rattled considerably dur- ""ceee.is in crowing uanu away .rom
m,. Th. rhino.,, worked lho Pennant, tho tournament honors
their bunting stunt freely, as Dunn """ bo dlv,lI(,d cuall'- wlth B samo
That would please tho fifth Horsd-
. h . mn am mind wmnn nova'in n nnin
and was touched for elccn hits. lllsUlsltlng team and held his opponents " " '
ue..ver,es w nc. ,.,.....- . ," "T."" good chance to practle' more In tha
, illeld. loi theiDragon men. KanjVcn'.covtrcd second, tUd-.ftiM work during " .,., .. ..t.1
. inu All M.H nni v "".."! --I "- --" .,. n,..lllnr lhn irlnrv awv frnmj
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cd un ankle and was laid up during the
Monday wns spent In sightseeing by
the brill plaera and they certalnl) hud
a swell time During the day a party
of sixty mado a trip up the loo Valley,
and many of tno ball lossers turned
Inln ttmitntnllt,wrM. Th flnV WAS en-
Joj cd Immensely, and after getting BttOnannnttaattll
back to town the members of the team
tt WORT CALENDAR. H
8 Saturday, Aug. 26. 8
tt Polo Oahu va Cavalry at Mo- 8
8 analua. 8
8 8unday, Aua. 27. 8
8 Baseball Hawaii vs. J. A. C; 8
8 Stars vs. r. A. C. at Athletic tt
8 Park. 8
8 Mil 1 Tocks vs. Aalaa; Asahls 8. U
8 Palamas; at Athletic Park. 8
8 Sunday, Sept. 3. 8
8 Stars vs. .T. A. C; Hawaii vs. P. 8
8 A. C; at Athletic Park. 8
8 Monday, Sept. 4. 8
8 Helay nace Ten Miles: KHz- 8
8 gcrald against Jackson, King, 8
8 Scharsh. at Athletic Park. 8
8 Baseball All Chinese vs. Cavalry 8
8 at Athletic Park. 8
sat down to 11 big lunu which had
been prepared for them. I
Lahaina Is Defeated. I
Tuesday morning tho team set sail
for I-nlialiin, the historical town which
possesses tho strongest ball team on
the Island of Maul A large crowd of
Interested ball fans swamped the llttlo(
ball park that afternoon to eo the , I
Aii-Lahainn nine tackio the isiting Oahu and Cavalry Will Wage
Chinese aggregation. Jhf Final Gamfi For
Shoe styles are very pronounced this season, and
Women's Regal Shoes ate the onlu rcadv-to-
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can get the new and distinctive custom
That is why every woman in town
who want her footwear lo be in the very
latest style should come to us (or a pair
of Kcgal Oxfords. The new models
ate dainlv and attractive, and
their fit is equal to their style
because they are made
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The greatest game, seen at 1-alialna
for a long ttmo was put up by tho.
iz"" .::' ",:rz . :;:: .. exceptionally good tm.
,. .',.1 ,.. .i, Hr.iin season. The games nave been ex
.... . ,. ... ,., . tremcly hard fought, and the honors
. , r , , .. , .. captured In a manner far from easy.
Mans "0n,"Tlio Individual playing of most of ih.1
The Chlneso team turned out to ba cnm memberb has shown up flne. and
Mctorlous. to tho surprhe of tho Vnl- "7,iP,"y,"B ",ruuK"01" " """ '"""
Icy Isl-indcrt.. by G to .1. Hill Usplnda l,r',,lan'-
preented the whitewash application' I-st Saturday tl fans witnessed a
by landing ono of Kan Yen's cures lCT -"uial to K, lawa ln H,nd
Into detp center for a home run in tho
fury, but they will see a flight fop
Wnkaiama did" the twirling for tho, wns loo slow1 In gelling after them.
en from tho land of tho Rising 8un,i Kan Yen pitched a line game for tho
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.nr n.mn i.n.l !,! Nouh wero'"""" "" " """ '""" "V "
the Uhaliw Imttery, and Kan Yen and '""" ae1' "'7 wl" " ou'
Vi UIU I uiiiisiiH un iwi no till a ocaauu
Ah Toon were the Chinese pair. ot ' running as rar as tn.s seasor
The bovs report hating the time of'"0- haMng been squelched by),Ka.
It wuJ durlne; the second gnmo on! their lives on tho Valley Isle, and will
..a... at.. Vtl...r.xui nHil 'valiirn flnliinluw
Kun Yen nlso pitched part of , tho
llrt gilinc, when he was knocked out
nnd Asam put Into tho box In his stead,
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om iiio,.e.iana u .v.u . .. 'r '"'" "'"" ""l """" " .. uat Isst week. Tho winning of tho
Hundav. between tho NIpponcHo nnu .return Saturday. . . ,- .... .. .
Suur .bat the VUors met T1;ree members ar -i -JS '
with nil kinds of mishaps It looked tho Claudlne on account, of business .
ns though thero was war between Ja- Holomon Hoc, Henry E. Loo and
pan and China. Many of the boji. hurtlTnn Lo t
MAY RUN PARK
Thero is a plan on foot by the Oahu
Leaguo to buy out the Athletic Park
or rent the grounds''
" It Is believed by tho Oahu Leaguo
members that If they take oer the
park the Japaneso fans will come back
and the crowd come .up to Its former
At the present time the park Is not
making' any money ns the result of tho
boycott liy the Jupanese, who are de
termined In stay nut until there Is a
change In tha management. The pres
ent management of tho park Is good
enough for most people, and thobo In
charge lire the right ones to look utter
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Saturday's fracas should proe, all to
the good. Tho teams nre going In to
fight for nil they are worth ' It will
be smash and bang from tli start to
the ery end. with sparks of spectacu
lar, brilliant playing filling the air.
Tho polo men aro talking of having
n grent gnmo on Labor Day at Moil
nalua, between teams picked from
amongst the Islands' best.
Thero aro going to be many differ
ent kinds of sporting events at Moana
lua, and It has been suggested by a
few of the local players that a game
of polo be plaed by teams composed
at the sideline knockers, who can al-
jtaays tell a professional how to play
tho game, no matter how good ho Is,
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The Chinese Students' Alllanco held
a track meet on the California Uni
versity? track on August 12 which was
a success, three teams took part in
the meet, which were Oakland, San;
Francisco and Eta Delta Sigma teams,
the latter bold, a fraternal organic- "'"-"' V'Z "T" , "T. ik l
lion of students. I... . ,. ' ' ,,... Ki
The-Kta Delta team was victorious."'-- """""""",, ' " ,'
...ill. Pl -..l.t- Ik. O.n I7n BAn Maw.i iv. ..-.. ...- ....., ... (
win. 00 p.uw. .. """. ' ""-'";" 1 men how to play. Lot them do action
team took second placo with a Bcore 1 , . , .
of 32 points and the Oakland team "'; n"t orto7'
.. . ' . L . . . I Peonlo would como from miles to
mini wiiii i iiuiiiu..
Tho Oahu League had n chance to
lease the ball grounds some time ago,
but declined Tho chances are that If
It acquired the grounds at that time
tho league would bo In flourishing con
Tho park authorities aro not getting
In any money now. At tho last Sun-
,1ni' frumps eneh team cot about 11
us Its share of tho gato receipts There
wero 348 fam present at tho game.
As the serleH Is beginning to got In
teresting, the games at the park will
bo patronized to a greater oxtent In
future. The second series has begun
with some('lne games plajed, and It
looks us though the crowd will Incrcuso
Hieuuuy iroxn nuw uu.
If the Olympic team pays Honolulu
it li.lt It will surely find that tho Ho
nolulu tennis can, play ball Tho Olym
pians may bo craekerjacks on tho cin
der track, but whin It comes to base
ball tho local teams can glvo thorn a
run for their money.
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Kan Yen pitched ln tho three win
ning Rnnies of tho Chlneso team whllo
on its Mini I trip Ho wus knocked out
of tho box on one occasion. Kan Yen
is mi nll-rotitid player and will' bo back
nt his old stnnd on the Btnr team next
Sundnj. He may bo glen n chinco to
pitch n few games for Ills team dur
ing the latter pirt of the present series.
ine stars 01 ino ineui worn u. ui, i
young Chinese sprinter of Lowell "'t whnt ,he w b.e, V
gh School, and Captain Lee of the Immense success, providing the gallant
The results Piuycrn iroiiru iipun toe licit, m v.nmi
manets aiiirea in a looioau sun, neimei
and baseball mask, and noble hack
horses for mounts, bandaged generous
ly with mattresses and pillows.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
The stars of the meet were D,
University of California
wore as follows:
High Jump Chan first. Liang sec
ond, Io third. Dlstanco 5 fcot.
Mile run Kin Lau first, J. Lum sec
ond. D. Ylm third. Time, C:31 2-5.
DO-yard dash P. Lau first. J. Yeo
second, II. Chan third. Tlmo, 0:06 2-5.
120-yard hurdles .1. Yee first. Tim
Lau second. Thorn third.
Ilroad lump II. Jeo first. J. Yee
Rcconil, W. Ylm third
foot 2Vi inches.
410-yard run F. Munn first. F.
Thorn second, R. Wong third. Tlmo,
880-yard run K. Uu first, A. Lum
second, W. Leo third. Tlmo, 2:34 2-5
Shot put F. Munn first, a. l.um
second, W. Leo third. Dlstanco, 37
220-yard dash Lau first. Jee sec
ond; Tlmo, 0:24 4-5.
120-yard dash J. Yee first, K. Ijiu
second, O. Thorn third. Time. 0:18 3-5.
100-yard dash Lnu first, Chan sec
ond. Time,1 6:11 3-5. '
Itolay race Won by Eta Delta
Sigma learn Time, 1:49 2-5.
Tennis match, singles only Won by
II. K. Liang, student ln the Univer
sity of California. Liang defeated K.
V. Tong by the score of 63, 61
The members of (he Kin nelli
Sigma team were Munn, Chan, dial
Un, (lunu, Leo, Wong. Llm and Cup
Jsen tills contest, and thero Is not a
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Iteferco Charley White stopped the
Langford-O'Drlcn fight In tha fifth
Distance 20 foliml, when O'llrlcn was sent to tl
nnor una was an in i.nngiiirn sem
his man to the floor twlco In the third
round, nnd tho second time ho stayed
there for the count of nine. Tho fight
took placo In New York on August IS.
The American Olympic committee
which was uppnlntcd to select a team
for the Olympic games to bo held at
Stockholm, Swollen, In 1912 Is nut with
a siiliMTlptlon circular to the Olympic
games fund Tho Immense sum of JOO,-
000 Is nocdod to send a team to the
Tho baseball team of tho U. S S
California won the championship of III
relllc fleet on August 13 from the U.
H. H Dnkota nine by tho runaway scoro
of 14 to 4.
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