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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUG. 26, 1911.
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A. A. IL MEET SHOULD DRAW
MANY STUDENT ATHLETES
Boys May Draw Out Own Cards For Membership Students
Leave For Mainland.
pecta to enter St. I.onls College tills
full. The liall plnyers of tlmt Insti
tution linvo linil their eyes on I1I111 nil
thin time, nnil tlicy menu to get him to
Join tliclr ranks.
M It. Monsnrrnt, 11 Btuilcnt of the
McKlnlcy High School, loft mi tho
Sierra Wednesday, on Ills way to No,v
York, where he will enter n collcgs.
Ho has been n llo wlro while at Mc
Kinlcy High, unit hns been on nil the
loams thin past year. Ho una u Blur
Mirccr 1 layer.
Stanford will not hao the bene
III of Its crock Itugby player, Stan
Mitchell, this year. The crack foot
ball back has decided not to return
to college this year.
The local branch nf the A. A. I"
nt llrst planned to hold n field mid
track meet on July I. but seeing that
most of the uthlctos were away hav
ing their vacation and other things
going on at tho time, they concluded
to postpone tho meet till next month,
when It will bo coincident to nil the
athletes who would like to take pait,
as It would be at that lime when most
than tho St. Ili College. Tho nlii
dents will watch with eagerness as
to who tho new students will be, as
they expect to get a few good ath
letes added to their already long list.
Soon nflcr school begins tho call for
football practlco will be announced;
then some good, hard work will begin
on 'the Held. Tho team this year will
be shy of a few star players, who
of the runners would bo back at school j have sailed for tho mainland to con
ntiil having regular training, and ulno tlnne their studies there, among them
be In tho best condition to go In tho
events to make good times. The field
and track championship will bo held
Home tltno during the latter part of
September, when all records will bo
established Tor the Hawaiian Inlands.
It looks as though tho meet will be
pulled oh on tho last Saturday of the
month. This would glvo tho boys
ample time to get In trim.
It Is hoped that the Collego or Ha
waii and tho other two big Helmuts
will enter a te.im for tho coming meet.
Tho Oaliu College and Kiims should
mako good If they enteiod a team for
tho meet. It looks as though tho
schools will not join tho A. A. I'.,
but tho students will draw sep.irato
cards for themselves.
Tho arammar School t.caguo will
bo stnrted ngaln this year, and tho
llrst sport which It Is proposed 10
tnko up Is soccer, which begins In
WANTED AT H1L0
Tho St. Louis Collego will not hao
tho benefit of Its cratk ball player,
Markham. next year. The crnek third
baseman of the Oahu league has de
cided to enter Oahu Collego this term,
and he will strengthen tho ball team
11 great deal. The Oahu Collego ath
letes aro always looking for such 11111
Markham has played a heady game
whilo playing on tho St. IaiiiIs team
ml will be missed very much by Ids
teammates when tho Interscliolastlc
series opens. Markham w 111 no doubt
bo turned Into a football player wlillo
at the college.
To face Harvard's aggregation of
beef and brawn. Yulo has a crew of
average weight nnd size. Knur of her
men nro under tho six-foot mark; not
'a Blnglo oarsman weighs us much ns
anv one of tho Harvard stern four,
while tho average weight Is but IfiSVj
pounds. Yale's 0110 advantage is In
age, they being 0110 full year older
than their Harvard rivals.
being 0. Hind, who has gone to Stun
ford; Ilcrt Olbb, who will continue
college In tho ICast, nnd "Illll" Desha,
tho captain of last year's team.
Desha has been on tho team for tho
past four years and Is a heady player.
Ho will bo missed very much by his
Tour valuable athletes nf tho Puna
hou "Prep" enter tho college when
school opens, und they will he of gloat
help to the dlffcicnt teams during tho
year. They have been olllceis of the
P. P. A. A. for the past year. I (lay,
who has been truck captain; 0. Quin
tet, soccer captain: II. McStockcr,
baseball captain; D. Wudsworth, man
ager, nnd William Corney, president
nf the association. All of these ath
letes have been on tho collego track
team this past year.
Athertnn Richards, known as tho
champion tennis player of tho colego
for the past two years nnd winner
of the i:. O. Hall cup this year, left
for tho Coast last week to c'liitlnuo
his studies nt Yale, lllchards should
gic the mombcrs of his class a run
for their money when ho tackles them
Tho Kamehameha Schools open on
September IS, nnd most nf the stu
dents will return by that lime. None',
nf the athletic teams will bo weak
ened cry much.
It Is qulto dlfllcult to get cinders
nt the present time, nnd for that rea
son the running track at tho Kani
new Held Is not being put In Hhnpo
very fast. So far tho track Is only
one-third filled with tho cinders, nnd
It Is hoped that tho Hold will bo In
readiness for use when spring comes
"Illll" will bid tho student athletes
Ileal preliminary work for tho In-toi-orliiihiKltc
football season starts
ennn among tho big colleges. On Sev
(ember 1 f tit candidates are to report.
Harvard and Cornell hao set Septem
ber IRtli ns the day upon which their
preliminary work begins.
Win. Achl, who won his "S" for
catching on the Stanford varsity team,
left for tho Coast on tho Sierra
Wednesday. Ho was once n member
of Oahu College. Ho returns to
MIXUP IN GAME PLAYED
AT HILO LAST SUNDAY
-n,n n.ilm Collcco opens its school
term on September II, ono week later t,. Tin. tho Star third baseman, c-
In Illlo Inst Sunday the Moohenii
'baseball team was ilcfcated by the.
Volcano nlno by (he score of 1-3, after
lint contest. The gamo almost end
In a fistic light, ns It Is said tlmt
11, n iimidre. J A. Kealoha, was way nir
In bis decision". The Mnohcaus claim
Hint hcy did not pet n square deal and
tlmt they w 111 protest the gome, on Mm
ground that their opponents wcru plny
ing men who were not acted upon by
Hie league olllclals. On ono occasion
Alec Desha, after running home on 11
ljlt. was called out nearly. Ilvo minutes
nftcr the' play for falling to .touch the
plate, tho umpire tnklng that mucli
tlmo to trace bis footprints. That's
The Mooheau team has put up :r.O
ns n side bet to play (he Volcano team
next Sunday. Just to show It that If
?iw-n 11 siiunre ileal It can trim the
crater boys easily. The Volcanos may
accept the bet.
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Tho Olaa tennis court was tho scene
.if ninny mulches last KUimay, ninoim-
thoso present being Dr. Kred Irwin nnd
Messrs. Sinclair, riunrd. Young. Clarke,
Aiken, Cnnness, Hurry Irwin, O. 11.
Slilpninn, Fisher nnd Hartels. A deli
cious lunch, prepared by Mrs. Kred Ir
win, wns served In the clubhouse, und
lifter the tennis all adjourned to tho
Slilpumn ranch nt Keaau Tor a swim.
The Until match of' the day was won
by Ilr. Kred Irwin nnd Jack Ounril,
who bent Sinclair nnd Conn,css two
Ah Fook Is Favorite For Main
Event Over Milne Three
Next Hnlurd.iy night nt tho Illlo Ar
mory n 15-rouml bout will be pulled oft
hetweon two well known pugilists of
that town, v
Ah Kook and Milne, tho- Coast lad,
will meet In the championship light of
tho Island, and at tho present tlmq the
outlook Is for a good show. Ahr'ook
Is the favorite among tho Illlo fan".
although Milan has already won a de
cision over Ah Took In his last tight
Tho bets nro ecn, und It looks as
though It will stuv that way until tho
night of the contest.
TJio Chlncsq l.id can tnko iv lot of
punishment and Is 11 game tighter,
which make the Illlo fans bcllcvo ho
will win out this time. .
Until contestants hnvo been training
aril for tho bout, and whether both
will J'O on their feet nt. tho end of tho
fifteen rounds remains to bo seen.
One of tho peculiar arrangements of
tho preliminary bouts Is that there arc
four nationalities represented. In tho
llrst bout Manuel ltlcbardson will
taeklo Kid Donovan in ,SKinlard
against nn Irishman. In the second,
Alnhnttza, a Filipino, will mix It with
Kid Melnott, a "haolo" lad. Tho Inst
of the preliminaries will be a four-
round affair lictwrcn Tsugl, from tho
Unul of tho Illslng Sun, nnd Joe Cloml,
n Russian boxer of Mima talent.
Tho cntcitultuncnU will no. doubt
proc to bo very Interesting.
Dainty and ,
PREPARING STATION FOR '
Work In the m onstruttlon of tho
old tlshiimrkct ut tho lower end of Alu-
kea street Into a receiving station Is
being rushed along by thy contractors,.
Lord ,V YoungJ hi that It will bo In
readiness for the reception of tho Im
migrants existed lu urrlvo early In
Thero uru'ut present tcnty-tnomcn
employed, but It Is the Intention to put
011 more as soon us the work has pro
gressed far enough so that they can bo
used to udvantugc.
One of tho principal features of tho
new work will be the largo amount of
plumbing that will have to lie dono to
place the, building In a thorough sani
tary conditio!. This class of work Is
now going 011 In connection with tho
Tho laying of concrete lloors In both
wings of tho building Is tho Initial
uork In II10 recoiirtructlon.
Boys Return After Having a
Swell Time Hilo Wants
To Play Them.
Only part nf th" Chinese ball team
nrrhed today on the Maunu Ken, a
tew of tho players stilt being on Maul,
Mnnagcr Kn Yato Pong ,was ono of
the arrivals this morning, nnd he ex
pressed himself us well pleased with
tho trip, although ho said it ,was nulla
expensive. Do received n .wireless to
tnko his lenm over to Illlo next Fri
day, and was gunrnntecd S50 for tho
team to pluy four games thero, hut
since most of tho players nro consid
erably bruised, ho had to cancel tho
offer for the present.
The boys report having h mot
enjoyable tlmo on tho Valley Island.
As (hey were bruised, from playing two
games the same afternoon at Knliiilut
last Sunday, they did not feel llko
playing tho crack lihalnn team, but at
Inst, nfter much, talk, consented to
meet It nnd, to the surprise of tho I.n
balnalninch, trimmed It to the tuno of
6 to 1.
Kan Ken turned out to J10 n star
pitcher, and It was lucky, lip did, as
Asam wns not In condition to take bis
position In the Imix. Kualll. who went
along with the team, mado good as,
Captain Asam. 1,. Tin and Kan Yen
aro still enjoying iiiemscives on tiie
Island. They will return next Tues
'Die Iwyr. will start In hnrd work
ngnlnst Tuesday In preparation for
their gnmo ngnlnst tho Cavalry on
I,Hbnr Iay This game should be an
Interesting nne,,niiil thero will be many
fnns down ut the park.
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Girl 'Swins Golden Gate and
Now Will Try English
Miss Hazel I.uiGCIiour of llerkiley.
who swum ncross tho doldcn Onto on
August 19 In 1 hour 8 minutes, , 'is u
graduate of tho University of Califor
nia. The carried tho part of "Ma by
Doll" In tho 1910 senior class play, and
Is tho laughter of Senntor Henry
ljiingcnour of. Yolo county.
Sho had trained live mouths beforo
lie made I In) attempt to crosj, tho
doldcn flute. Miss Ijingenour left
Kort Point at 10 o'clock In the morning
nnd reached 1.1 me Point ut 11:08.
Since croslng the tlolden Onto sho
plans to try to cross the Hngllsh Chan
nel. Miss Langennur Is only nineteen
years of nge, nnd If the ncrago girl
underwent the course of training who
has gone through, thero would no doubt
o n cK-criMse lu tnc unnu.il Kilo or
Mlus Uiugenour Is up every morn
ing nt fi o'clock and goes down to tho
beach for a suhn. Sho usually goes
out n mllo or so nnd returns. After
breakfast she takes n four-nilln rldo on
horsekick, nnd soino more swimming
completes her morning exercise. In
the afternoon she ngaln tnkes a sen
trip. Sho has followed this program
for tho last Ilvo mouths, which has re-
sidled In making her exceedingly
While sw limning sho wub assisted by
tho well-known tAvIinmcr Harry New
ton, tho crack Australian, nnd during
her last week of training was assisted
by Walter Pnmroy who now holds tho
record for swimming ncross the (lolden
Klnco sho has succeeded In crossing
tlm dllllciilt course. Miss I.ingennur
will now go to Kiiropo wltli-iicr grand
mother. Whllo thero sho will make un
attempt to cross the Hngllsli Chanhcl.
CHINESE STUDENTS PLAY
CLOSE BALL GAME
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Yesterday afternoon Aula Park wus
tint sccuo of an exciting ball guuio
between two Chlueso school teams,
when the Yeo Clioo nlno won from, tho
Wong school to tho tune of 0-1.
Tho students on the sldo lines wcro
kept on their toes right through Hid
game, and tho rooting was of u high
The boys plnytsl llko their big broth
ers, und miiilu nil kinds of brilliant
pla)s, Tho lineup,, of tho Itcuus uero
Yeo Chocs Hung Pul, v.; Hung
Tone, p.; Wlllio Chlng, lb.; Ah Ak,
-h.; Ah l.eong. Oil. ; All l'nu. ss.f Ah
rook, rr.; Ah Hon, cr.; Ah Juiu, ir.
Wongs Ah Pul. c; Ah Hung, p ;
Ah lloo, lb.; Ah Chew. 2b.; Ah Bang,
Sb.; Ah Kong, ss.; All Cjieuug, if.,' All
Iiu, If.; Ah I.oo, cf.
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