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EVENING BULLETIN, 'HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. 8EPT. 19, 1911. f M
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yiyM IBarafV crew-or 1911, 1 x Isn to thnnk
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I VI ILb.1' " "10 front PaKe ' J"r paper -
fMf . Roncnn Cmithx. fn I H IBi All Teams Strong For Coming ot iat Saturday, ai f0r the A. A.- U. Meet Should Bo In- . : lV zs
faVf DKIl30ll,jIUI 1U.,LIU.,. Ml Ycar Mav Not Have ' hoadiincr in connection with it. tcrpstinn Evrnt Thi5 . -.- I-.., ,
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tnin Hint each and uvcry mem
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linve merely voiced tliclr sentl
mentH In ndvnnco of. them
Very truly jours,
Conch, 1911 KrrHlnn.iii (.'row.
W.u n. Knrrlniztonj Krci ,
Kditnr, KvcnlriK 1 Itiillclln
Tlin Knn.elmm.-lm SchooH opcne.l ( Ul0 c,lb nR ,cU (l() ,.A,
jestcrdny itml iii to r, o'clock Inst night n edition you put out nre
Ifio boys had t mistered at tho manual merely expressions of jour loy
ilcpartmcnt iin.l twenty moro nro'cx- Bty ( elenn sport and I feel cor-
pccieci lo enter wimiii mo next rewr
dniH. The school I pinked to tho
limit this year. Inking In mnro Htti
dent tliiui ever before.
Among tho now recruits" who enter
ed the achool woru some Rood nthlctcH
from outside Islands. Tho pro3pctts
or Rood athletic trams this jear are
lirlght. and tho only sport that thu
hovs nro In doulit of winning It base-
ball. O.ilut College Iiuh it ery stronR
team, but tho K.ims will i;lc them a
hard rub tills ycir.
The xoiccr and track team are us
RtroiiR (in cer. Many of the 1ioh will
turn' nut for the mile and half inlto
tills e.ir. and tho "clionl oiiRht to hIiow
up well on tho track. Tho coIIcro has
sure Ilrt place In tile high Jump, polo'
vault and slint put, but tlin other eventa
arn open fur tho Kuins to nuike
Apau, tho captain of the occer team,
claims that ho lias material for u bet
ter team than that of last J car. There
are only two ncanclcn, nt fullback.
PAU OCTOBER 15
Postponed Games to Be Played
Next Sunday Scries
Tho liahcbalt Rumes that cro pout
polled hiKt Sunday will bo plaid oft
nnd theno poxltlon.i will be foufiht Tor Plii Kunday, mid tho tnra will tackle
by W Opunul, J. Kniillinna, All LconB I0 l A. Ca, while the Hiittnlli will
and Dan Kalelalll Theso plays nronlllll(.rt tll0 j, a, C. nlno In the (second
from tho Rrnmmer achoot team of lal Rainc. Tlili Icnsthcmt out tho series
Tho old inembirR of the team who
will be on band when tho seasons opens
axn In will bo W. Apau (captain), U.
No.ih, 8. llussey, II. Cloilfrey, II.
Ilnindl, 0. I.ujun, V. Walalculo, W.
Kamaloplll und D lllpa.
The Kuni toccer team lias held tho
Inters! holai-tic cliimplonshlp for tho
nno moro Sunday, which will mil tho
season on October ID. and thin the
following Hunilay the llrst ihauiplon
ship Kiiine of tho series will ho played
between tho HawnlH mid, in It looks
now, tho I. A. C, nine.
It Is hoped that there, will not bo nn
othtr postponement, us tho series
should end ns M.on as possible, the
j. A. GILMAN
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(ihhi itvf. imiPH ii. ul osiierts In reticat falls belnc anxious to seo some, other
llsperforiin,nep this winter. It Is ru-jtenins In the same V7ilhi been tho
IllOreU lliai ll.lllll tOIICKO Will cuiiiuiiniiHnv ...ill nmnun in uiiu ii7.ikiiii iii'ii.
It lienan In Muy
the Oalm LeaRUo would cut out Its last
round of Karnes It would make nn ex
citing llnlsli, but It can hardly bo dono
The Olympic Club ball team should
put up some, good Raines with the local
lines when It nrrUes, and It Is planned
to havn tho OI in.lnns play tho cham
pions of the tlrsl series.
President ChllllnRmirth of the Oalm
l.eaRUc Is uiiNlout lo see tho series
llnlsli up, as do the rest of them, but
tho rain Hiinday did not seem to caro,
so put the le.iRii back still another
A. A. IL HOLDS
throiiKli with it soccer team this year.jhero for many it year.
nnd tho Kanis hone this Is so, as It ' h rut Is utlll on for another mouth.
would inako nn Interesting series.
The prospects of u strong track team
mo also hrinht, mil nono of last year's
team members are missing. All that
Is looked for now Is sonio moro Rood
new mutcrl.il to nil tho weak spots,
nnd this will be worked up during tho
Captain i:ddie Noah, tho crack short
Mop on tho hcIioo! team. Is back and
looking ocr tho (nndldates. lie Miys
his team will do better this year. l.u
Jan and Joe Kauhl will bo at tho re
ceiving end ut ln'eruls. I.ujan holds
down tlrst when not catching. W. Apau
will oer his old stand ut becond. und
at the half-way station will ho found
This j car third-base honors will lie
between W. Opunul, D. Kulealll and C.
lloac.i. All threo aru cracks at the
Bame, iJohu Llndsej', tho regular third
basemaii, has not returned. 1'or field
ers' choice, W. Kuuialoplll of the
senior class will be out In left field,
while Spencer, the southpaw of '11.
will nlso hold u position In the Acid.
Tho third man In the Held will be
either V Opunul. Ah Chew or Sam
.luH.iey, and it
Tho weakest spot on the Kuni ball
team this year will be Hie, pitcher's po-
ro 1IH COMFOIITAULE THIS WUATIlUll IS TO 1NHTALI,AN
The Only Way
FOIITAULE THIS WUATIIUU IS TO I
TUltN ON TUB CUIiniINT
THU TIIAUU WINDS.
AND YOU XVU.U NOT MISS
IS lNSICJNiriCANT AD A l'AN VII.I LAST
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
m .' .'
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Vors Clld for and Oillymd
Union iii'l Heltl Hlnli I'liom 8tJ
The annual intetlng of the Hawaiian
branch of tho A A. U. was held In the
rooms of the I'uhllc Kcrlco Associa
tion loutcrdav afternoon at 5 o'clock
will bo a. closo thlngjnii, representatives wero present from
ull of the clubs with the exception of
tile Kauai Athletic Association
The, hoard of governors was elected
bit Ion. anil the candidates tiro C Ho-
rea, who pitched uune good cumeulast
Juir, und Waller Kumuloplli, It Is
tald that I litre Is u enod twirlerumnng
tho new students who arrived from
All looks well for it splendid season
of sports, and lis the new Held Is now
In readiness, tho interchisu Ramos will
not l,o Inltrfeied with us they were
The athletic . oninilttce will ttoon
meet to discuss the question of wheth
er or not tho school shall put up a
football team this year, At the pres
ent time the Indications are that IIito
will be no ti.iui on at count of lack of
funds It would takn at hast 200 to
set tho football logs und shoes. Them
Is more tliiui cnnuifh good material on
hand lo prodiuo u strong Irani, but
without th" frtiillirll articles no teams
i an bo lormed. There Is no ipientlon
lit t lulerilass football will bo paei
In NoM.mber, but us to making it school
learn, llio diuures aru viry dull
tt it n
All allilnes win wish In riiiplo In
tlin A A I' PP'il on Hi lit In r V
iiiiiM ii'Hlslei liefoiu H.ilurdiy iifler-
iiooii ut it utpiiK mm semi in limir
rnlty befiiio lli'il Huio ulsii
Jlinmlu I'lljHifMihl s iih)imily vmlf.
llIK III 1111411 AIMII KiMlll our lliu full
Miilkllpin iIIMhiivk, ImU llii v)lMlttHHrM
nul no lilalil,
mid ut once elicted tho otlltcrs of tho
association for the coining ear. I'ol
lowlng are those chosen to hold ottlco:
rrisldent, O II Tlittlc, reelected; vice
president, A II Tarleton reelected:
sei rctary-treasurer, Churles Ixiomls,
the new in.in.iKir of tm griiininar
uiliool league, l.orrln Andrews Is ro
Moved of the busy Job now. Ho Iiuh
been mi exciidliigly busy man sluco
holding tlin position.
Tim lioaid of governors for tho en
shIiir jour Is as follows. A. II. Turls
ton, Heul.iul; John Hoper, Mtrlle; Ixir
rln Andrew k, Outrigger! tl II Tuttle,
Trull and Moiintiiln; V. O, Iloyer, I'u-
uuene; J, II l'lddes, lluwulluii Assoc!
atlon Kooth.ill, (. I'. I.ooiiiIh, (lrmnuiar
School Athlutlc League; l)r Hand, V,
M, A.; V S Howon, I'lilama
Tho union hub inadn a good start
hero mid tho report of tlw past year
showed good results. .N'ollii of tlin
Sdiools haw Joined us Jit, hut It Is
hoped lliey will soon sen their way
tin onuli Id Join.
Tiiuluiimdo, Hi Inns Ii und NIk I J.u'li-
nun el for Maul this morning, white
lliey will rninptln III II IIMi cil-nill" im'n
In I si held ul Kahullll lienl Hiiuiluy.
'lliu bojs will hind ul l.iiliuliui und run
uirus In K it Ittilu I In Klvu mi lulillilllon
of lludr i iniiilntr
The not big event In tho little
sporting world of ours will bn the A.
A. II meet on September 30 nt Alex
ander I'lelil, Oalm College when tho
first ofllcl.il Held and track meet will
he held, to estul Hull records for tho
Hawaiian Islands Tho results will lie
forwarded to tho homo body In the
Only two weeks remain, and thoutb
letes are working hard for the occasion.
The entries for tho coming event closo
Saturday nt B o'clock and aro lo lie
m.ulo to John Boner, at tho Huwallan
News Compnnj', Youiir building Bach
member must produco a card of mem
bership In the A. A. U. before he can
enter nnj of the events.
John Fernandez, tho lad who msdo
good (lino In tho sprints down on Kn
unl. Is now In Honolulu and will rep
resent the (Iimlen Island In tho com
ing sports, with K. C. Hopper nnd Huns
Tassolh, the latter two good men at
the high Jump.
3111 IIIco Is Rtud to hear that the
Kauai bid Is Rolng to enter the coming
meet, us bo wants to liavo a good op
ponent In tho hundred yards. IIIco Is
not worrying over being defeated In
the sprints, us ho believes that there
nre nono that can do him any harm
over that distance. Oeorgo Munoha of
the Knmeliamehn Schools will bn one
of his llkclj' opponents, us will C. Ho
sea und probably Oodfrey, all of the
r.imo Institution. Tho O.ilni CoIIcro
athletes nro not Inking much Interest
In the A. A. II. at present.
IIIco Is doing his trulnlin; out nt the
Hojs' Field every i veiling. Ho isprnc-
lining a great deal In starting, ut which
bo was not so good in tho last meet,
Honolulu will look to Hill IIIco to
put up Ninm Rood records In the
sprints, nnd ho has nlwnjs entered the
hundred, S20, quarter mile and 210
hurdles. However, It looks as though
he will not do very good If he enters
ull these uveuts, .is they come off one
after the other.
One thing that will bo strictly car
ried out In the coming meet If that If
any member fulls to run In what ho
enters ho will bn dlsiiuafllled from tho
race. Tho nltlclaU expect lo curry this
out strictly this year. Chlng Chow, u
Chlncso Ind of unknown quality to the
athletes. Is among those training; for
the sprints Nnttagu and Hill Ilosa aro
working for tho halt inllo at present.
There Is it rumor that the Highs are
lo enter it team In tho coming meet
ing and that Hill Rlcn mid Murcalllno
will ho among the contestants on the
WORLD'S RECORDS FOR
The world's records for swimming
are ns follows
100 jards C. M. Daniels (United
States), 1 mln. .12 2-5 sec, ut Manches
ter. Sept, 7, 1807 Length of course. 25
jards, Qreal Ilrltaln passed record
ISO Jiirds O M. Daniels (United
States), 1 mill 32 2-5 sec, ut Mnlichev
ter, July 8, 1908, Courso 2f. j'urds in
Itiiglh Itecord tusscd by Great Hrlts
a I n
22 jurdsr M Daniels (United
Ht.it en), 2 mln 2fi 2-5 sec, nt. Pitts
burg, I'll , Mur 2H. 19011. I.entUh of
loursn, 80 feel, llecord passed by
.100 jurds I' 13. lleaurepiilrn (Aus
tliilla), .1 mill 30 sec. ut Kxeter, Aug.
!). 11110, A 2S-yard bath Oreut Itrlt
ti in passed ruoril
HO j'urds I". K lleaurepiilrn (Aus
tralia), fi mill, 21 sec, ut liudapest,
Juno 8, 1!U0. Length of baths, 33 I..1
meters llimgnry passed the record.
fiOO jards 11. II. Kleran (Australia),
r mln. 7 l-fi sic, at Leeds, Aug 28
IWi Courso was 25 yards long. Ilec
ord passed by flreat Ilrltaln.
880 jards II Tulor (Oreat llrllnln),
11 mln 25 2-5 see, ut riuncoru, July 21,
liiOO Courso 2J0 jards, Herord puss-
ed by Client llrit'lllk
llilio jards I) illllliiKlon (Drent
llrllnln), 1.1 mln, 'I -." sec, at Liver
pool, July 2.', Itioj, Courso 125 yards
Ore.il llrllulu pasneil record.
1700 jards T S llaltersby (flreat
llilluln), 21 mln I 2-5 sec, nt Smith
purl, Aim 7. l0a Course, li yards,
llnonl passed by Ureal llrllulu.
tt II tt
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