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eVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 6, 1911.
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wis cut fortisriiousi: steaks, broiled over a
BRAZIER AND SERVED WITH MUSHOOMS, TIT FOR A
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Metropolitan Meat Market
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CAREFUL BAGGAGE MEN
Sunday, .Sept. 3.
tt Stum vs. .1. A. C,i Hawaii va
it A. C; at Athletic Park
tt Monday.'scpt. 4.
tt Itelnv Race. Ten Miles: I'll?
it RCinlil iiRtiliiBt .fiiil.Hon, Klnsr,
EN SUE ELECTED
Tlio A1tnhlnrtn tnnm. tthlrli Iiiih
,.,...! i cnn.l r,.e,.r,1 ... fur In t.ux. I,,. II .' tt Slllltrsll, lit Athletic. INllk
hcl.l r mcetlnc iistcrduv unci elected Ilascball-All Chinese, vs. Cavalry tt
il nrnv ritntnllt. Alec Apmn. who lull i
been tho loader of Ilia ti'iin up tn tliu
nt Athletic Park. tt
tt Sunday, Sept. 10. tt
tt Hniicli.ill Stars va. Hawaii; P tt
tt A. C. vs. .1. A. C: at Atlllctlc tt
MtilmwkH vs. As.ih.ls; C. A U. tt
tt a. l'lilnmas; nt Atlileilo Park.
tt Saturday, Sept. 30. tt
M Truck A. A. U. Track Meet tt
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present time, could have won his po
kII Inn h.ick n. inntnln If lin litiil hi
desired, but an lio unci back tn Kcliool
.it U, f mala f.,11nrrn Imi ..nttltl ,nf t,!ll.
tlio tlino to look iitttr the vvclfaro (it
En Sue and V. A)nu vvcro tlio can
didate for' the position an tnptiiln for
tlio new term, mid the popular titlitcto
won nut and Im now tho leader of thej
Instead Ot electing a manager of the
team the bos voted upon n board of
directors to look after tlio Interests of
trfo team hereafter. Tho reiiBon for
taking tills step Ic said to bo on ac
count of thcro bclne four candidates
for the position an manager, and all
ucro Kood, so It wan thoiiRht bent to (lnc of tho weal, platen on the Do
ilcct n board of directors from plajcrs troll team this cnr In third hire, and
o'f the team. Frisldcnt Nnvlu Ii.ih bought Hums,
The bo) h ale well satlsllcd wllh the thlid baseman nf the Ut City tram.
nl.nltnli .f lllA .int., nnl.lftl.l rltltl llA-'
llco they can do a Krcat deal with
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Pnckey Mtl'mlinit declares tint ho
will nut aiccpt tlu olTir of Hugh Mi
Intnili, tho Australian prniuolir, for a
trip to tlio Antipodes In a-o hi Is
winner In his light with Ad Wolg.ml at
Mllwiiukec on September 15.
hi in nt their head.
Thero Is n plan on foot to hno the'
Chlncso team meet the St. Louis bunch
on tho diamond, but the collcgo boyn
are tint for the sialp of tho cavalry
nine, which nindo n nolso llfcc a win
ning team miiiio tlnio ago. Tho cav-'
alrymen can play somo b ill, and If
they enn see their way clear. to come
to town next Saturday, the Saints will
whit Is hiIiI to he the belt in in at that
position In his league.
Prank Schulto Is fust itpptoichlug
tho world's home-run halting honors
held by John Prceinun .lie now his
20 to his rridlt, having inailn thnn In
tho lust sirlcs bctwciu Huston ami Chi
cago. McPnrlaiid Is said to lino bien of
feted n lirgo sum to tour ulml.aniid
taeklo them. In tho meantliiio the meet tho lightweights nf tint country
Chinese tenni will try and get n slap
nt tho collego phicrs. Such a gntnn
ns a preliminary to tho llve.inllo raco
between Fitzgerald and King on He
gattn Day should ho a good drawing
n tt tt
Major Alexander of Los Angeles Is
opposed to boxing. Efforts were nindo
Inst week to Induce tho major to with
draw his .opposition to prtecllghts of
llinlfeil rounds within tho city limits,
but he would not consider tlio change.
linilir tho mniingi incut of Milnln-li
TELCPHONE Jtt '
ltcgnlli Day Is mar at hand, nnd
tho clubs arc wn.-klng hard for tho
(omlng walT sports. While tho Myr
tles, Heatnnls and I'uuneno crews are
In militant training In tho harbor every
evening, tho canoe crows out tit tho
biaih are nlso putting In some, hard
work with tho piddles.
Tho llul Nulii crew started training
this wiik for the slx-paddlo cunoo
cnl, nnd It Is using Prince Kuhlo's
inline, while tlio Outrigger boys nro
working out In Wall's canoe. Tho
Konn bnjs are out of It, and tho Kam
Aipi itle crew may enter. Willi thoso
thrco crews In tho raco It should turn
nut In be all exciting event.
Tho Ukulele irevv Is leaving no stono
unturned, ns It Is determined to show
the Mrtlo bunch that thcro Is a big
illffrrenco between rowing and pnd
dllng Tho races this cur will no doubt
turn nut to bo tho best seen In Ho
nolulu harbor for many years. The
tvvii boit clubs nro working harder
then ever, mid tho locnl Bports nro
turning nut In larger numbers to sco
the trews practise.
Umt evening a launch captained by
Eben Irfiw took n party around tho
linrbnr to wntch the crews nt work.
Dlik Sulllvuii Is rowing with tho lie
nhiiil seniors nt No. 3, and It looks
as though he Is with tho lucky bunch
this our. CnptalntACunhn Is still In
tho gaum wllh the Itenlnnls, nnd I 111 1
I.jlc, captain of tho Myrllo crow, Is
another nliltltiicr still In tho races.
Tho races this ear will bo very
lose, mid there Is no telling which
crew wilt win until tho day of the
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St. Louis Opens School Term.
Baseball Outlook Not
Tho St Louis Collcg opened Its new
school term )cMcrdny and ull day stu
dents canto In to register their names
Many were turned uvvay from tho
boarding department, ns tho new ilor-1
mltory has not been iniupleted et nnd
will not bo In uso for about two
Among tho students who caino bark
jesterday vvcro many ot last j ear's
Tho baseball teams of St. Louis Col
lege disbanded last spring utter 11 suc
cessful season All three teams of the
mllcgo tnrrled olT tho ill unploirdilp In
their respective scries, nlso winning
two sllvir cups.
The outlook for next season Is not
so promising, as it fovv of tho star
pl iters have left. I). Mnrkhnin, tho
best collegiate third baseman, will Join
Oallll Colli gu next wiek, Josiph l'ns
soth, manager nt tho tenm last year,
hits graduated nnd Is now working.
Ho was tho crack matcher on tho col
lege team Inst yenr and was responsi
ble for stirring up sports nt tho col
lege Ho was tho best catcher ever
nt the college.
Tho loss of Third ltnscmnn Mnrk
Jlmmlc ritygirnld and "Soldier" King
will be sis 11 nil tlio trnck onto moro
on Itegattn Do nt the Athletic Pari..'
Until mm will 'ontlnue Hsht train
ing from now on King belleven ho
can bent Ids man iwr tho tlve-mllo
course, ns he Is In the pink of condi
tion nnd Is running very well nl tlio
Scharsrh would Ilka h hand In thn
mco nnd he would lertnlnly glvo tho
other two men n hard rub
King sums In havo 11 much better
form of running than I'itgcriihl nnd
has 11 tland stride. Tho raco will cer
tainly bu n hot one Jlmmlo Pltiger
ahl never lost a (lve-mllo event while
In Auslrall 1. unit UiIh goes to show
that ho will bo 11 hard one lo heat.
WIN FROM KAIIUKU
Tho Industrial Sihool hill team
Journejod ovir to Kahuku on Kibor
I Day and be it thn Kahiikus on tin Ir
own grounds after 11 li.inl 1m Me, whlil.
wns won In thu lust Inning It wus n
great game, und 'tho seernl hundred
funs who went to the hall grounds to
sisi the teams play were l.ipt on their
fill nil the time.
In the first two Innings eicrj thing
looked gloomy to the bomc team, as
ham and prohnbly Franco will bo felt !""' lu' ,,l"rtd Hc" ru" ,1,lrll,B ",i,,
thoit period, but after that tlcy wo-o
held down for some time.
Thn Walnlro band wns on hand, ami
it hit up some lively times when tho
fcitmn wns won. Tho plantation team
used two pitchers during thagamn nnd
Kiiicwohl proved tho worst of the twJ.
Villain Chamberlain, who twirled ?or
tho WnUileo team, was hit hard at
Intervals, but managed to steady down
most of tho wuy,
llio following wri) tho Humps of
Kaliukiis Vlpiicl. ss ; M Kalennll,
lli-p: Jule, -it; Jl Rodrlgues, Hi; r.
Zerbe, c: V Jaco'ison, If.; W. Jnuseii, i
p-3b.; M Sllva, if: M. Jlarla, rf. '
Industrial School W 11 la 111 Cham
berlain, p; Tmn Rone, ss.; Sam Kana,
b.; A K. Kane, lb -if.; J, M,, John
son, Hi; Harry Snm Kn, if.; Ollvlrn,
If; William Kaniakahi, rf.; William
I.lllnoe. c ; F Cumacho, 3b.
Umpire Kiln Kniuukuul.
Scoro by Innings:
Kuliuku 3 4 0 0 0 0 3 2 012
Indus. Sihool ..10101142 313
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timpjrc Jnhustonn nf the National
League says that In the nlnn 5 ears ho
has nrtlclnted lie hns seen but three
games In which only 0110 ball was
next week, ns he Is suffering from a
broken nnso ut the present tlino nnd
Is laid up nt home While catching
for his homo team In the Knunt haso
ball league 11 few weeks ago 11 foul tip
sailed Into Ids fa en nod Injured Ills
nnso btdly Fernandez may not enter
tlio A A. If trad, mist held hero on
the 30th, its Ids brother says ho has
most next spring. Willi tho loss of
these pla)crs, tho college team will
work up 11 few to fill their places.
Tho pltihlng stnff this ear will be
the strongest ever. A now recruit his
enttred tlio college His nnmo Is Fos
ter Robinson, nnd ho Is known ns tho
Maul wonder. Ho has nil kinds of
curves up his sleeve, ami mo boys any
ho will make tho other teams sit up
nnd tnkn notico next season. Qeorgo
Dunn, nlso of Muni, who twirled for
the college nlno Inst ear, nnd had
them all guessing. Is back again. Ho
nnd Roblnsmi nro a strong bumh to
beat In pitching.
Annul, who has held down second
base thn Inst season, wilt captain tho
tenm this jenr. He plays nt short nnd
tovirs his iKisltlon well. Ilroiuo, who
held the position at tlio receiving end
last jenr on tlio second nine, will hold
the same nn tlin first string this yenr.
llronio will havo two good men to
send over tho deliveries to him next
Markliam's position nt third will bo
lllhd by T. Morlyama, nlso of Inst
j ear's team. During tho summer ho
has played with the Asahl nine ot the
Oahu Junior League First bnso will
bo held dovvi. by Coikett, another sec-
nnd-tenm man. Franco, tho star sec
ond baseman of tho Interscholasllc
league, will be missed at second, which
position will bo hard to 1111. Y. Mori-
jama and llolllnger nro inndldnles for
the position. Tho Deldcrs will boprac
tlcnlly tlio saiuo us Inst jenr.
The bojs nro going to stnrt In early
this term nnd huve light prucllso In
J. Fernnndc!', tho stnr sprinter of
tho college, who nindo such 11 good
1 bowing In tho truck meet held nt grown stalo rlnro training for tho Inst
Kauai list year, will not bo baik tilt imet
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