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A. A. U. TRACK MEET SHOULD
Kams To Enter Team Punahou Has Good Material
Serong Team Hui Nalus Planning to Enter Meet.
Tlie next hh? inrtliiK event nftcr
Hi'gnltn Dny will lie the II rut imniinl
A. A, U. inert, which will lio hold In
I Honolulu lor inu purpose in wuimien-
1I1H IIHVVHIUHI IIIMillim IVIIJMI.I
The ovcntM mid the place of tho meet
.have not heen ilc-Milei! upon yet, hut
jitll thlrf will he cotlleil In n few ilnyn.
It In nlmoit rrrtnln Hint llio meet wilt
tiiko place at Alcxiuxler I'lclil Aiiioiir
tho event to ho pulleil off there will
no ilouht he many lint hnvo not heen
'on the track unci llrhl proKramn down
here of lale.
The local Imyx aro anvloui to dee
IIiIiirn xrttleil an lo tho lint of events
mill the place of tho meet. Koine Rood
time nhouUl he made lit the coining
meet, anil n we havo Hill Illeo ptlll
with iik, he will ice that the reeonN
In tho nprln(H will chow up well. Rice
Inteudn to hreak the half-mile record
ut the coining meeting, and If Ihero la
liny Rood mnn III Hie event Ilka Not
tnito ho certainly will h.ivo it tRood
chaiico nf hrraMin; tho old ncord of
2 niln. S fccc. which nn mado hy K.
Tho I'umilimi Alumni could put a
very KtrmiR Icain In the Held, which
could carry off imwt of tho hiiirelx of
tho day with audi men hh Ran Illtih
cock, liana Kiimnth, Ininall, NnttaRe,
Moroni, I'nty, I, nens and a f'cw other
Ktarw. In IIicko few inemhera the team
could lako at leant Ave. llrnt placex In
tho meet Tliiit'fl roIiir Koine, too.
Ran Hitchcock l. tho present Inland
(liamplon for p'ih Minltlng. 1-iist
rrliiK at the lnterichol.illo meet ho
hroke tho IhIhiuI record for that event
and now Ik the holder of tho record
at 10 ft. 11 1-4 In
Ham I'liNKntli, formerly of St. Louli
CnlleRe, CKtuhllxhed n new record for
the IiIkIi Jump Hil" Biinmier down on
Kuual at thn Fourth of July meet held
llieriv Hiii lew Bil.S ft. R3-4 In. Ham
poeMti Oilm Colleso tlilt year.
Ulll Xottaso-lhiiii w.ouder over tho
halt-nillo found- -UWf Juxt lieat him
hv n few artlM Inut venr. With theBO
9, two men In the raco npiln It would no
Idfuiht turn out .to lie. a clme. HiiIhIi with
h tiuw record cataMlalicil hy tho win
Alumni; .1 II. Fldilen, Hawaiian Amo
tlatlou t'oothall Cluli, and l'atd Super,
V M. C. A.
The loinmlttcc vv 111 meet on Wednes
day, Heptemher 13, ami the place ut
which the track meet Is to ho held will
then ho decided upon
FAND0M AT RANDOM
a n a
(1. Ikchert Is coucliliiR tho lfrulanl
reulor craw mid Is keeping IiIh men on
the r," all jjtio time, and they respond
In hlx call well. ,
Diiko Kahunamoku Ih anions the 1
paddle cauou crew 'of the llnl Nalus
which will lompeto In thn Recatta Day
tporta. Tho hoys xtarted In training;"1
Oahu,ColleRe h.ia tho host chance to
defeat uny ether Irani that competes
In tho' ciiinllut meet, hut Vthcllur It
Ih alive at tho prepent time Is n dif
ferent nutter The Knm Alumni will
cntir u tram, and It Is hoping to liuck
up UKnlnst sumo ntroug iiRRrcKatlon on
the day of tho meet.
There will ho many un.itlnched en
tries In tho comhiK meet, which will
po to mnko tho occnMnn u lively one.
It Ih rumored that Kauai will he rep
texented In the conihiR meet, and with
mich men a K. C. Hopper, linn Knit
Both and J, Fernandez tlie Harden In
landi dliould hov up well. t
The eommlllee vhlch was appointed
yesterday to ho In charso of the A. A.
U. track and held meet of September 30
Is as follows:
Hf B. II. Hand, Y. M. C. A.J C. T.
I'lttx, (Iriiinmur School Athletic Union;
flodfrey, Kaiiiehnmeha Kchopls
Teams Will Have Strongest
Stars and P. A. C.
II.ihoImII has of late atlrreil up con-
Klilr-iahlo lntcrct anion i; the lull fans
of tho city. Tho Ruiiie hetween tho
Chinese ami cavalry nines was a rat
lllitir Rood mutch full of excitement.
Doth Raines at the park Huinl ly aft
ernoon were IntercMliiR and kept the
routers litisy thriiURhout the contents.
Tho Oahti IaRuo teams aro iTi 1 1 1 n K
up koiiio extra Rood Ratiien, and tho
crowd Is Increasing every Sunday,
which roch to show that thiy h.wo Just
(iwakened from n linn: rest of seeliiR
hitsehall plaed and aro now ready to
take In the hIrIiIh iikiiIii at the- hall
Tho doiihlelicader should h a draw
ing enrd, an It will he a rovnl Initio
In Ix'tli Ramef., us It iijeans a ureal deal
to the winning teams. The J A. C anil
1. A. '. teams aro running even for
llrst honors of the second series, and
the Hawulls mid Klars uro tied ns tall
enders. TliHoHtiinr-nntl lliivalls will meet In
tho llrst encounter and then there will
ho ii Rreat ArIiI from the word play
hall. It's a erase of which team will
lead with none 'other helilnd. Tho
Slnm no doulit do not want such honor,
a Ihey cl.ihn they helong to tho hlRher'
up class. The poor Hawaii hunch has
met with hard luck riRht along, and
when Hill Desha Rets word that Ills
team Is falling down, he will surely feel
llkn packhiR his grip and sailing homo
again to save the defeit.
Tho popular Hawaii team has fallen
so far, and whether they fall a llttlo
more remains to ho seen Sunday. The
Stars have heen pulling up some stiff
giinicf. this series, and made tho other
nines stretch some hi order to win.
Tho J. A (' -I'orliigiieso Riuno will
ho the drawing cud of tho afternoon.
Manager Paresa has heen a happy nriii
of late to see his team do so well anil
tt PORT CALENDAR. It
tt If MnnaRorB of liasclmll nnd nth- 8
tt cr athletic teams would notify tho ts
tt J3 u I lo 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- tt
tt posed matches bo that such ln-,tt
tt formation could ho placed In tho tt
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt sldcrcd a favor. Address all coin- tt
tt intinlcatlonB to Sporting Krtllor, tt
tt Uullotln onico. tt
tt Sunday, Sept. 10. tt
tt nasch.ill Stars s. Hawaii; I', tt
tt A. C. s. .1 A. 0.; ut Athletic tt
tt Turk. tt
tt Mohawks vs. Asnlils; C. A. II. tt
tt vs. 1'iilamtis; lit Athlcllc Park, tt
tt Saturday, Sept. 16. tt
tt HcRnttn Day Sports In Ilono- tt
tt lulu Harbor. tt
tt Track Homo Hates at Knplo tt
tt lanl Pari. tt
4i Five Mllo Itacc King n. Pltz- tt
tt Rcr.ild al Athlcllc Park. tt
tt Sunday, Sept. 17. tt
tt llasrlmll Stars s. P A. 0 ; Ha- tt
tt wall s. J. A. C.j at Athletic tt
tt Park. ' tt
tt Saturday, Sept. 30. tt
tt Track A. A. U. Track Meet. tt
R.une, ns tho J A. Ch have some heavy
eliiRRcrH ou tho team.
The crowd next Sunday no doiihlwlll
ho tho InrRest that has attended tho
Rallies for some lime, and they will
certainly see two pood matches.
n a tt
Jackiion nf Cleveland Is Riving Colih
of Detroit a Rreat raco for batting lion-
loifl In tho American League. Ho Is
now In second place, having passed l,n-
Jole, iiimI Is i-nly a few points helilnd
his Detroit rival. '
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Thn i luinplonshlp handball match
was iullediifl at tho Y M. C A. yes
terday afternoon hetween Null anil
Decolto dcfiifc1!! largo crowd of Inter
ested spec lutnrKt The hoM went In t'
play for tho cha'mphiiiKhlp of l'Jll ami
lor n tup which hui hcn contested for
during the 1 it thrfc years. It had tu
ho won thro? times lit succession be
fore It could he ovvnti) hy"tho player.
It was arranred to-phi w'otoul of
three matches lasl evening, luid Do
riiltn wini them both. taklmT'thc llrst
gaiiio by the score 'of 21 to lSamf'tho
second round to tho tunc n(.aib'
Noll was not In IiIr ,fVular form,
and Deeollo proved iVutho was Homo
plaer of handball dnd worked for nil
he wok worth to 4v'ln, h bo did not
want to miss his c lumen Af-galnlng tho
tup It conies olily onco a .year.
In tho llrst mutch Nntt put lip a
hard IlKht and tho hoys displayed n lino
exhibition of the game, hut In the sec
ond match Nott seemed to ho getting
weary ami was beaten easily.
The cup lias heen won up to the
present thno by tho following players:
J. Q Ilaptlst Jr. won tho championship
In ll'OS. JauieH Knit In 1909, and M. V.
Decolto In 1910.
Dm'oIIo Is tho winner of 1911 and
was awarded tho tup last cvvultig.
The next big sporting event Is to hn
nn Indoor hai-ehall series to bo pullul
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J. A. Th. Hurul.iy The team ban len C A. hulldliig In October. Ah usual.
Playing excellent nail, anil tho support ''" Tort has aroused much enthu-
whlch Pltiher Krelt.is has been re- 'lasni.
relying has been up In stnndard Souza' All llio other boys' clubs of the city
at third will no doubt work extra hard will have teams ready lo play In tho
Hunday for Ids team David Desh.i coming series.
bad heller umpire with a Rim In bis m w
pocket, us Souza Is a great stealer of
liaHes lifter he oneo gels tn llrst.
The J. At Cs. aro not worrying over
tho series, as they hillcvo It Is theirs.
Oeorso Clark will oneo more enter the
box for tho American Jap.inesn nine,
and 'tho P. A. Cs knuvv what that
IYcltns wl'l do tho twirling for tho
Portuguese, and ho will depend upon
his supporters n Rreat deal during Ihe
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