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KVENINq BULLETIN. , HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, AUG. 29, 1811.
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KAM BOYS TO
Hui Nalu Expects to Enter Meet
on September 30 Rice
May Join Their Ranks.
A 'truck lenin In being formed by
studenta and graduates of tlio Kamc
hameha School's. Harold Godfrey, cap
tain of the school team last spring. In
but.)'' roundliiK up men, and expect" to
form" a strong tciim onn that will
glve-nny oilier clulitlist enters for tho
cluimplonshlo meet a run (or tho
Godfrey look for it fenm that will
make- some good records on tho day
of the meet.
Frank Mnckcnzle Is expected tojoln
Ills old ncliool team again and will b
a very valuublo man. Roth ho and
Mnnoha will enter, the sprints. Mac
kenzie Is on Mnul nt the. 'present time,
and word ha V been Rent to him to como
over nnd strengthen tho Knmelinmcha
team, of which Ipj was once captain,
Itjiickenslo holds two records tho
lundrcd yards, 0 1-0 sec; and broad
Jiimp, 21 ft. 9 1-2 In. both of which
were mado In 1908.
Ip, order to hoh on to hs records ha
must coniesi in uio coming a. a. u
meet.. The Kam boys, aro qulto sure
that ho will loin lily teammates.
Frank Knnao, who holds tho rccoru
for throwing tho hnmtrjer,, will onco
more, partlclpato In that .event for tha
Kamchamchas. O. Tncs, another Kam
bay, who holds tha Islapd record for
putting' tha shot (46 ft., In 1907), will
nif.o Una up with his old team.
Frank Scharsch, who held tho quar-
ter-nilp record for four years, will bo
missed on the team, ns ha eptors a pro-
fcsslonal event on Lnbor Day, wnlcn
disqualifies him from entering Into A.
A. U. sports.
"Dutch" Whltn,g will start in train
ing for tha mllo run- Ho Is a dandy
at (lia'f dlsnnco and only need a good
three weeks of hard training.
Herman, hrandt will bo back ht
scfioot "nuajn 'when It opens, am l.o
will practise (in for wo man jumps,
.There urp a few other alumni boys
who will bo glad to held tho team out
They will Join (ho team wPjhln tho next
Tho Ilul Nulus ore raking up a team,
nnd the Punnlpm boys will probably
make up a team of their own.
H Is rumored around town that the
Diamond Heads will enter, a team In
Uio copifiiit A. A. U. meet. Rtl Rcc,
tia champion Island sprinter, has been
approached, by a. few l(ul Nam mem
hers, but ho has not yet Joined tho club.
Rice Is planning to mako up a (cam of
hit own,' and Is" working ' qid;tly on
the Job. ,
r Thfre wl lie many Individual A,' A.
U. member In the different events,
amojiB their) l;enp If. M. Ayres, who
is irninmg lor ine mi(e wa)K.
FANpQM AT RANDOM
The Hawaii nnd Star teams beat
hem. all when It, comes to. huts. Sun
day (ie Hawaii md twenty-four bats
Piit. ard yet some of tho players were
not RatisQed. The Stars had twenty
ncytMi oi hand, rut oyen that number
was not enough to enable them to win
Genrgo Clark, pitched a, no-run game
apali(!.l, (he Haw'alls Sunday, an,d came
near inHJUnK It also a no-ht game.
Markhupi made the lonely hit for the
Hawaii nlno In tho seventh. It was
wn-b;iger, but rNd not; do any dam
age, ultOMgh BpblMng Clark's cjianco
for a no-lilt, no-rn gajrjo.
WINqiNq UP affairs
Ti() aiiHiJ. incetlng of tlo Honolulii
Stockyards Company was h,eld In the
qfjlces of James F. Morgan yesterday
afe,rnoon, "but as nn.ly 6372 shftros .qtt
of 9ji lss)(ei were roPfc.fnted, the
plans to mkn action looking tpward
u(, dlsolulJa coul not h,e carried out,
the reptfjaniution. or ni iea8i nt
shjircfi HfQlp nccyssafy, Tld. company.
lias n, capiMiizuiion pi iou.uui( and mo
dissolution follows, n, porlp In which
l no voinnany lias ppi ncyn ocxiv.o. nn
King street proncrty, formerly occlr
llcJ by lnillcllngj. Is on. th,o marked
and 't Is Ktated that offers between
lll.cno and (12.000 huve been rpcelved
fof f, Tjio o(lcers elected nt tho
meeting yesterday wc ty. I, Rice Sr.,
Pres(de4if; pecll Rrown, vco-riffsdcnt:
W. C. 1'arke, sccrctan'i Jnmcs F. Mor
gan, treasurer; Frank Huttaco, O. A.
iSchumun and G. J, Waller, directors,
Tim meeting yas,adl,purnod until Oc
tober 2, when ncton may be (alien.
2185 edJtorlAl -rooran 22RG
hiislnes orflrc These nro the tele
phone numlpt'rs n( the Ilul In I In,
tt SPORT CALENDAR.
tt It Managers of baseball and oth- tt
tt cr athletic tcains would notify the tt
K Bulletin of tho dates of pro- tt
tt poind' matches so that such In- tt
tt formation could be placed In tho tt
tt pott calendar It would bo con- tt
tt sldered a favor., Address all com- tt
tt munlcntlons to Hportlng Editor, tt
tt Bulletin Office. it
tt 8undy, .Sept. 3. tt
tt Stars vs.. I. A. C. Hawaii vs. 1 tt
A. C; nt Athletic Park. a
, Monday, Sept. 4. a
a Relay Race Ten Miles: Mia- a
a gcrnld against Jackson, King, a
a Scharah. at Athletic Park. a
Cavalry Nine Will Try to Even
Up Things Game Draw
The Chlpeso liall team, which visit
ed Maul last week nnd won thrcu out
of four games from the Valley Islapd
ers, will start Jjaril work this afternoon.
The Chlneso nro to tackle tho famous
En Sue, Akana. Apati and nil tlio star
players who did not make tho Mnul
u i.ii a J1I.I...U.. .. -n.,nfH 4
UaSCDBIl-AII J.B.UVOO ........, .. VIMi Cavnry ,,,, whU. ,r,nmO(Uh0
a at Athletic Para. u og (m lcnn( met o1 lh0 )1(,,(,
a SMtoy. 8pt. 10. ," ,lcrn ,a,t month.
n liascnaii aiars vs. na"; i-.
a A. C. vs. J. A. ,C; nt Allilcllc a
S 1. t , ii.iu. n a it trip will be out this evening at Aula
a Mohawks vs. Asahls C. A U. a ' ' - f louw
a vs. Palnmas; at, Athletic Park, a 8trcmlml, work-
" . 8'tUA ,V Sr..V m. At , tho present, time Captain Asnm Is
a Track A. A. U. Track Meet. a ''..'. , ' ,.,. ,. ,...) '
aaaaaaanaaaaaaaaaiLT ,"ornl"B wlt",Knn "i""'1 uJln-
J lie uuyn UilVU uvvn n,VllUIIIH iii.-fi-
tline traveling around Mnul. Roth kmi
Yen nnd Asam were badly bruised up
In ope of their games on Mnul, but It
Is beljevtd they nro nil right now.
Tho teams will practise four (lines
this week, nnd tomorrow evening, jitt
er nil tho boys liavo returned, an elec
tion wll 'bo t(cld .by the team fur n
captain nnd malinger. At present tho
team Is run by two managers, Knu Kul
-am nml 11.. Vntn Pun. l,lln Auntll
pany of the Coast Artillery Corps won efl (,in )(()y() m ma T,ipro
the third trnck meet rrom mo lutm )( ,, dol,i, tmt i,0 w-- bo reelected
Compnny. Tho meet took place at Ka-1 captain, but tho Interesting part of tho
plolanl Park, and there wns a big election will bo ns to n new manager.
crowd on hand to sco tho men run In Thero Is nlwnys somo tnlk about ono
tho dirtcrcnt events. Tho scoro stood of tho two managers, and It was
46-44 at tho end of the mcot In favor thought wlso by tho players to work
of tho 159th 'Company. under ono of tho managers hereafter.
Tho teams made It very hard for En Vuto wns In chargo of tho team that
each other, and It was only until tho went tn Mnul, "while Knu Kill Yep Ii
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Yesterday forenoon tho 155th Corn-
lust event was pulled of! that tho win
ning team was mado known.
The 100-yird dash was tho bluo-rlb-
bon event, api Truer onco mqro show-
working on (ho Coast plan
Tho cavalry team has been doing
oino extra 'work this week, nnd It Is
In, perfect condition tn meet tho Chi
ed tlia( he was sprinter by passing ncso nine on Tibor Day,
tho lino In 13 3-D rcconds. Tho results
of the meet was as .follows:
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Tho local team has won ono gamo
already from tho mounted lioys, but It
was a hard strugclo und resulted In a
100-ynrd.ilnsli WOn by'Truer; 405th ' score of 2-1. .-fc.-,. -
Co., 10.1-B sec.; Bchoup; lS9th, and A good gamo Is expected .when the
Sobczak, 159th. teams clash, nnd tha Chinese fans will
potato raco Hnrdlng, 159th, first; throng tho park on tho day of tho
Ratscl, 105th, second. J game. It Is rumored that there -will
Wheelbarrow race O. It, Smith,- be a big crowd of Japanoso enlhusl-
flrst; Corp. Jones, second; Corp. Hoo-jasts nt tho park to root for the cav-
ber, third; nil 159th Co. airy. This would .no doubt mako io
Equipment rnco Corp. Laurence, gnmo very interesting,
105th, first; 8heppird, 159th, second.
Ono mllo Haggcrdy, 105th, first;
Dannhcr. 159th. second; FrJI, 169th,
third. Time. 5 mln. 45 sec.
Shelter tent rnco Roth first and sec
ond won by 105th Co.
Shoo raco Elrnd, 159th, first; Rrlg-
ham qipg, 105th, second.
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FANDOM AT RANDOM
In tho J, A. C.-Hawnll gamo on Sun
day, both teams had new pl(chers' In
tho box. The Hnwalls had Mike Hardy,
who certainly kept his opponents
Ono mllo relay Won by 159th Co. In guessing, nnd George Clark did tho
4 mln. 19 ice. Tenm mndo up of 8her-j twirling for the Nipponese. Ho did
bropk, Falkensteln. Robcwik, Ornatus,1 well. Clark onco belonged to tho Hn
Erwln. Hnrdlng. Reynolds, Bchoup. Iwnll tenm, but It Is snld that ho Jump-
Ttig-of-war Won by 105th c. ,n r'' "mt ,enm ,,ccoU!, ' toolt his .stilt
one pull. . Inwuy In tho llrst gnmo to let another
OffioUli. I flayer hnVo (t for tha duy on accpunt
Referee, Major Tlmberlako; starter, 'of scarcity of suits, as Ocorgo wus not
Lieutenant Price: timekeeper, Lleuten- going to pitch that day.
ant Pratt; Judges, Captain Wilbur, , i !
Captain Johnson, Captain Clark aqd On August 10 Seattle took .another
Lieutenant Williams; scorer, Lleuten- nmo frpm Victoria, with Williams In
nnt Vaughan; asslMant timekeeper, 'tho box for the losing team. Hp'iwas
Lieutenant Williams. i U frequently during tlio match.. Iloth
ana . I trams played .an errorless game, nay-
f . . S lr '.tnmifl tnniln n twn-liseirpr nnd AV'pnL a.
I home run off Williams. Each pitcher
struck out four men. ,
mn un FBdM
The English team of lawn .tennis
I players who Is to meet America In the
pviiilliiiill iiiiimi (., tiiu ij.ivi.i.ui1 "'
flved In 'New York on Auglis 30. Tho
men aro C. F. Dixon, A. It. Lawo and
A. E. Beamish.
Snares did wonders with tho stick
Ut.n.l... If. ..! ,I.a hIIkI.m ,,.
ngo, hold their second reunion In Sa,n,,. ' , ,. , ,, .;,
"r n I times und mndo threo hits, ono of them
t.s....i a....u in Tha niinm nr '
Tho Columbia Park boys, numbering
forty, who toured Australia two ycurs
Francisco on August 19. Tho guest of
the evening win. Cecil Jcffcryof Perth,
who In advance ugent of the forty-llvo
boys who. win. arrjvo In Sun Francisco
on' September 15. Sidney 8. Polxotlo
wiir also- at tho banquet.
A great .deal of Interest has been
urnused nmdng tlio Held ball players
since 'jeffcry has arrived.
K TI;q liblla Schools Athletic League
9('H.un FJ-ujicUco pus started In trn'ln-'
ig cjui)S to nieyt wq Australian uoys
wp'en ' they reach tl)ere.
Ttio AuHrallan. Roys', Club left Byd
pcy on, AuBiis,t IS nnd Is going: by way
of Tuhltl.i h'orty-two havp been 'chosen
to (mako the trip for their ability In
ufhletlra and their power to entertain.
Tho lloys rnnsp from ton to ulneton
T.he parly expects to bo away from
Australia- for llfteen iponlhs,' two o
which will be spent In California.
From (hat State they wll tour- (ha
Eastern Spites und Canada,
This Is tho boys' llrst trip away from
their country and Is In tho nature of a
return visit which forty Colii'mbla Park
Rnyf, made tq Australia In 1909. The
Australians will be th. guests of tho
Columbia Pu'rk Hoys' Club.
u two-bagger. Ho, also mado two runs.
prnellas was flvo times nt lint Bun
day and got four hits off Wjlllnms. Ho
also made a run, and played, n, good
gamo for the P. A. C.
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