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AiUUAJL ' FOREICHLV i viii,iuvmu -
p aaBaMaaii-aaa i - Alll A Procen of Disinfection by lllN . flfl
AHY Evaporitlon Kllli WBB "M jjM
PUUENES STIR UP
LKtWS UVtK tiNlKY tUK KALtS AKKAlMUMttl m o ,,, M II
Hcalanisand Myrtles Determined to Give Them Good Beat
ing If They truer Junior Race as Seen Now.
The lilKKost Kiirprlno In tliu coming i'IuIin for iln next coupla of ilayn, ami
RfKUtta Day tspoitt In lie pulled oil If tie l'liunriicM dure enter the Junior
Katurday Ik tliu i-nlr) nf tin l'liiiinnu Iiutkc event, the Myrtle anil Ileiiliuil
iruw limt nlh'lit In I'Otli tlip Junior nnl crevi. nro ilvterininul to kUc tliem mi
Ktnlor rncrft. nvful IicuIIiik. U( courHv, If the l'uii-
II hail Ixen rumoreil Hint tlio IMiu- nenn crew wins thin event the Muul
ncnox mliilil eonipetc In the Junior people wilt rejoice anil think 'their
race, hut their rtitiy In hoth the Junior crew n wonder, hut what will Ilono
iinil Heulor cmti linn the wholu town lulu think after It leaves fur home?
rtlrrid up. The Ilealutil ami Myrtlu Tliu Henlnnl Iloat Club inenilwrn hi Id
ilub memherK cl.ilni that the action n IniHlnexs meetliiK lnt nlclit. and the
taken by the I'uunene outfit In enter- new ItuherK h.irite huh luiineil Killa
liiK both eventK wan to keep them mnnii.
KueKKlnR ItiKtenU of comlnit right out The llealanl nlrlen for the races
llk'e Rood KportH iiiul kIiowIiik that they Riiturday (ire UHlloll'owa:
were (folng to row In the Junior race. Henlor (Kulam.mu) Cunha, Ilrown,
BUKplclon has neon placed on the Ifcoie, Cornn. Mnyno, Ovrry, lkrhert
Puunenen Klnco a few nlnliti uro, when (cox),
they turned nut for trnlnlne In the Junior (Ilealan!) Jamei, Bchroedtr,
Myrtlu barge This net the Myrtle Wllklnwin I.lglitfont,' llonan, Jumei
crews to thinking that It mount that Kruger (cox).
the Maul crrwSNO" going to race In Freshman (Kuliinanu) flrace, Ile-
. the Junior event liiKtcnil of tlio Henlor. deinan. (lertz, Nlcoll, llowen, Tlioinp-
UiRt night thero wax moro suspicion, con. Kruger (roxl.
, when the I'uunene crew went out on Honlor pair-oar Ilrown, Cornyn,
the water without Captain llpugh.' Ilnwnt (cox).
,Whnt did this mfan? Well, It proved Junior piilr-oar drace, Oertz, Itow-
that with Walker Kiihstltutlng Hough at (cox),
the crew was eligible to coinpeto with The band has kindly been granted
the other Juniors. 7 Innd will bo stationed on one of the
I The rulo of the Hawaiian Ttowlng bonts, either tin Knona or Mokolll,
AHSoclatlon illsiiilllled nny crew from mid the craft will Ho near the Judges'
entering tlio Junior race "which has a stand Instead of nt the Channel wharf.
m'lilnr member among Its crew. This Tlu' special rare Is Mlrrlng up n
lilts Captain J loughs, who rowed for great deal of Interest, and the men will
the Myrtle seniors some years ago. have n battle royal on tdo water Sat
This subject will be the talk of the unlay.
STARS SHINE BRIGHT IN
Tho present Attending of the tcums
In batting and . fielding xhows some
changes from that of the first scries.
Tho Blurs und J. A. Cs. hold their
J positions In the ti-.un butting averages, number of runs and many irrors.
'and tho 1'. A. Cs. hao Jumped the Ha- Tho team' averages, according to Of-
walls. ftclul Bcorer DIM I:apoo, win takes a
III thetleldlnic bseragcj tho-J. A. Ci. prcnt deal of Interest In the Kamet, ure
beat theUluw.ili this series, wltn .USlns follows:
tu the Hawaii' ;m during the first Team Batting Averager.
pm t of tho season. Tho P. A. Cs. hue
ulso u wakened In the team fielding
uvcrdges, going Irom the tall end to
second, und tho Blurs take their plucii
lit the bottom, I ivlug made twenty -
seven errors ilurhi? tliu lust llu games. J
It's n wonder Hint the Hlars man-1
ngo to win first iiluee la the Individual
butting list and the team batting aver-
uBes. Thero ur Mime terrlhlu left -
hand hitters on the team, however, und
they do u gten deal of damage at
times. The Btnrs, with ull their heavy-
weights, nru even leading In the Htolcn-
base column. Wo mutt not forget the
steal that Mutineer Mtirculllno made
O. All. It. H. 211. 3U. SH. Sll III! SO. IIP. Ave.
Cordelro (S.) ....4 14 1 0 0 02 1 1 2 0 .000
Madeira (P.) .... 4 14 000000220 .000
Knn Yen (S.) ...3 11 0 00020140 .000
Joseph (P.) 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 .000.
Ihiphnel (II.) ...3 10 000000030 .000
SMS TO PLAY iPRQF. DUNCAN
ALL OAHU NINE' OPENS NEW GYM.
In n preliminary game to the flva
inllo race Saturday, the Ht. l,ouls Col
lege Alumni Ims.-biill nine will buck
up ugulnst mi Alt-Ouliu league team
inptulned by David Deshn,
The Ht. Louis team lineup will bo
inadij up as nearly us M.slblo us It
will appear when It goes away. Tho
men will be In their regular positions.
Tho Saints were out practising last
night and showed up well It Is
doubtful whether 'Joy will he stationed
behind the bat, us his thumb Is not
yet well. Leslie l scheduled to do the
Iwlillui;. Otorge Hums, cnptuln ofthu
teiiui, will (over first million, He Is
iillo familiar with Hint pol(fon.
Franco will hold down second, as
usual, with his side partner, llinry
I'ltlllliiguurth, lit the luilf-uuy station,
iiipl Miirkluin1 nt Inlrdjiiise Tho Held-irs-wlll
be Hn Huu, Joy mid Htiiiiuer.
Til" picked le.iui will bo liuiilu up
finiii lliu follimlnn plu)irsl V. Illi'e,
Klinlll, Iv'iMI Veil, U Till, lliuldiell,
Homn, lliiphiii'l, .Vulliy, ,an, I) )n.
in, lulu, MnhlKM Hrllli llll'l All
Tin I'i'll hkiiii' will lulu lUCll l
n'ilii'1, mill Ihn It -iiill nu' hlu'ii
flHHrlfiH Mll KJl'H "III '("Il ill I
ll'l'llwli Tllf l')!ll'i)l'lll HliiM e llltt
ENTRY FOR RACES
TEAM BATTING AVERAGE
last woek. That helped to swell the
f, The Huwults have not done anything
startling this series, making the least
All. It. II 811. BR Pet
Stars 178 21 -14 4 17
J. At C. ,...151 15 33 1 7
P. A, C. ...,159 SO ' 31 2 13
illnwnlls .,..1C7 13 29 4, 13
Team Fielding Averagee.
PO. A. i:. TC.
J. A. C 132 f,9 15 21G
P. A. C. Ill 79 17 227
.Ifnwnlls 132 (15 21
Stars 1.1S 84 27
The following t'Iaers aro tied for
first placo In tliu rucc of laving nobody
behind In th Ouhu League. Just think
of "Heine" Ruplmel being In the lUt,
nlso Kan YenI
j The new gyinnnslum of Professor
Duncan will bo opened tills evening for
the first time, und open house will be
held tomorrow evening also.
I Invitations In great number linvo
been sent out by Ou nam to friends for
ii "liousew arming" affair, Tho gym
will he open both tonight and tomor
row evening for ta simple reason that
thero havo 'been so many Invltntlons
Professor Duncan's gymnasium Is
situated at 258 lliretauln Mrcct, and
will bo open on both ihciisIuiis ut 8:30
ti'ilnck, Duncan hus hem busy of late
giving physkal lessons at prlvao
homes, but as Ills gym I" lilted nut
now, he will he ready In take i)a
Inrgu class, Thein ure many business
men taking Icsmiiis In physical culture
from lilin and lie Is a dandy In this
Tim gym Is will lilted up und his
ample ilium fur r, big rluss After n
lew Milks I lie prnfesfiir Hill have
nuiiiy pupils under hl fare
lion') form I pi liiiiiKiwnriiiliuf mi
ll'l' etHlllllWs l'plullll, lime uf mi
ul fi have iriilt'vil lnvlli'l'i'li"
'lli !IjU tin'' tJi' Mill) " ft)'
iiiiiin ihU'a lit llitlf IlLlliimw Wfilli la''
IMI 1MU it '?Mfl
Tim committee III charge of tlin A. fftVf n , it lBHl I JhM
Tho committee In charge of the A.
A If. meit held Us first meeting lit
tliu' Y. M. C. A. jesterdnv afternoon.
A full attendance was on hand, with
Dr. Hand hi the ihalr.
The arranging of euntn mid f.rl.os
was conipli lid.'ard the pl.uo wluro
the meet Is to b held decided on.
The events will lo pulled off nctord
lug to the order of events In the rules
of the A. A. U. gnerulng track meets,
which do not contain any walking
event. The rulei show Hint right
after (he 440-yald run toine the 2J0
trials, followed hv the 2-'0-yard hur
dles. In the latter event It looks us
though thero will he only one heat,
mid if so this will do up Hill Itlce
some, as Ull', experts to do great
things on September 30, und with ull
his favorite events coming one after
nnolher ho will have to make up his
inlild to drop n few to make uood
records. lllcc, it the ptc4ent time
holds the record inr lotli,lie 220-urd
hurdles and 220-vnrd da'sh. As the
rules governing io'utestnnts stipulate
that any who fall to compete In the
events for which they huve entered
be suspended frouitlie meet, itthleles
who nre going to try Cor retards should
consider whlMt events they oro to com
pete In before they enter their names
In tho different events.
Tho meet will Inko place nt Alexan
der ricld, Ouhu '"ollege. This Is the
best running trni-k In the Islands and
Mime good records should he mnile on
It this year.
The events will be pulled off In the
100-yard final. .
One mile run.
220-ynrd trials. ,' f
220 'yard hurdler. .trials.,
220-ynrd final. ',
220-ynrd hurdlos., final, i .
Running high, Jump. - ,, .
Running broad 'Jump.
Putting 11-tiou rid, shot., '
Throwing 16-poiind hammer.
It wns decided to glvo two prizes
Instead of three. Tho winner of each
event will he awarded n solid bronze
medal with "old letters entrnved. Sec
ond n'"v "ill n'o receive n Lronzo
AH trne wlshln? in compete lp the
.coming meet should register nt tlio, Ha
waiian New i. Co. store with John
Soper, where ench member will receive
his A. A. II, cnr.l.
No entry fee will he charged, but
nil entries must he handed In to Mr.
Boper by 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Jackton, 8ch.ir.ich and the (Japan
ese woiuhr, Tsiikanioto, lonvo for Maul
on tho Claudlne tomorrow afternoon.
They will enmpet in a llfteen-mllo race
on September 24. The coining event
Is attracting much attention on tho
J Nasclnunto, n member of the Star
team, left for tho '"oast yesterday. He
will he missed In tho outlleld on the
Star lineup Siind.iy. He has played In
four gujiies and made one run for his
.team out of tlio twenty-one that were
Jack Johnson is In Paris with his
big raring auto. Ho expects to enter
the ring at 210 Hounds, eleven more
than his best lighting weight, 'John
Kin Is to get '130.000, v,n. lose or draw
in his fight with llomluirdler-Wells.
Kour teams me expected tn pl.iy Ihe
Olympic t'hih team In a short series
on Its arrival here Tho teams that
will tackle the visitors are Hie Saints,
All-Chinese, rifth Cavalry and nn All
On In: nine. .
Pittsburg won i, neither game on Sep.
teuiher 2, Willi Marty O'Tuolit tn tliu
box He struck ill! nine, of tho Ht
Louis phi) its mid nlluM put three
hits. . I
There Is much Joy at tho lleahinl
camp nt the rcinarknble work (ha
Juniors am doing at present
It .PORT CAUINDaH ,t
tt Baturday, Sept, 16. It
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II I nil I'nik II
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tl l l 'II " 'I ''! ) IHl'IM '
tt Mf'Hlu will lbl)lil. tl
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