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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, 8EPT. 22. 1911.
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Talk Around Town That Hca-
lani Freshmen Can Beat
Thp prospect of ncclnc n opcclnl
mco pulled off between the Ilcnlnnl
frrsliiiuin mid Mjrtlo senior crews nru
bright. There Is a rumor around town
Hint the Mrtlca would llko to jret u
cnuk nt tlio popular Jlentnnl freMi
men who made such nn excellent show
ing In their raco lust Itcgnttn Day.
Many of I ho spectators Interested In tlio
races that day believe that If tlio
freshman crew lmd bucked up ngalnst
tlio Myrtle seniors they would also
Tho Myrtle hoys nre taking thlnKi
cry seriously, mid dn not llko to hear
the talk Hint Is hoIiik around, to thn
effect that tho Ilcnlnnl freshmen enn
wipe out their senior crew. The Hoa-
Innl members, on tho other hand, urn
ready to hack up their crow any tlmo
the race Is arranged.
There Is still a great denl of Interest
shown In the races of Regatta Day,
mid us It mis tlio best day of racing
In tlio harbor for muiiy years, tlio event
Is still frrsli In tho minds of tlio fol
lowers of tlio sport.
If tho race should be pulled off It
would settle nil doubts as to whether
the Ilcnlnnl freslimen ure, us has been
claimed, the best crew on the linrbor.
It may bo thn crews will meet beforo
long. Borne of the Mjrtlo senior mem
bers nre anxious that such a raco bo
arranged, us they nro confident the
HealnnlH would lmo a different story
tu tell after the race.
Tho Ilcnlnnl Yaclit nnd Boat Club
will celebrate Its victory In tlio recent
ItcKuttn Day events tomorrow evening
nt tho Clrlll. The boys nre nil proud
of the showing nindo by tho Bluo and
Wlilte crews In their contests with tho
Myrtles tills jenr. Tho affair will bo
n swell mn, and those who attend will
certainly have a (rood time.
Tliere Is some tnlk now of having a
rnco between "strawberry" crews of the
Ilcnlnnl nnd Mjrtlo clubs, nnd tho
event should turn out to bo tin Inter
fTlio Ilcnlnnl "strawberries" brut the
Myrtles nn tho Fourth of July this yenr,
which was tnken ns u bint Hint their
elder brothers would do tho saino on
ltegnttu Day, and It so happened.
KAMS TO ENTER
TEAM IN MEET
Highs May Enter Team and
The first track meet held by the local
brunch of the A A II. Is but one week
off, nnd the athletes nro finishing up
tho Inst few days with sonio hard
The following nrtlcle, which appear
ed In the Christian Hclencc Monitor ot
September i, may be of Interest to
followers of tho big leagues:
CINCINNATI Followers of major
lengiia baseball nro today wondering
how mrfny of tho 110 minor league play
ers drafted by the Nntlowil nnd Amer
ican leagues at the meeting here Fri
day will mnko good In the big circuit training. Tho chances of some records
during tho rest of the season and bold being established nt tho coming meet.
their places In tho championship races which will hold for ipilto a while, nro
of 1912. good. Willi such men ns Rice, Hans
Thn drafting was done beforo tho Nn- rnssoth, John Fernandez nnd Frank
tlonnl tinseball Commission. Of tho Knnno In the meet, some lino rrcords
110, S3 will enter the Nntlonnl League,' should h made.
while 7 will start their major Icagiio. Thc 0llIlll CoIcK0 students arc not
careers in the American League. iki .miri. internal In ihn rnmlni
Tho Brooklyn Club of the Nntlonnl mc, ., , ag . rcsent bolder of tho
I.eaitun nnd tho Detroit nnd Cleveland nolo ....... r,corii Rnn Hitchcock, it
clubs of the Amerlcun I,enguo nppenr not B,tlB ,,, cnter Ul0 coming meet,
to bnvo been tho most fortunate In tlio ook though 'tho record for this
drnw. Hrookln obtained 16 players,' ,., ,, , -. v ,,.tm,.t.
!;. Nonh and Joseph Kauhl of tho Knins
will enter this ccnt, nnd It H hoped
that the boys mnko good.
There will bo n surprise In tho hnlf-
hIU t.iat KTnllnirn in tin tlf 1 1 1 Iwlt'n
lYiinclscn nnd Dubuc of Montreal were, ,
,.,,, ..,. . man running ngn hist him who hns not
thn best I knil nlnvers. f)etrn t Kcenreil
nnd 11 will go to Cleveland. While
Detroit only secured nine, yet nn less
than four of tho nlno men wcro want
ed by several other tenins.
Crnxath of Minneapolis, Vltt of Ban
tho best liked plnyers. Detroit secured
both Vltt nnd Dubuc, while l'lttsburg
been on tho truck for somo tlmo but
fUn U l Hia (iauI tt xninl It Inn n lift I1
secured Crniath, provided a claim sub- ..... , ., . ,,, , , ,
. 'mil I,, ehltibllHb n rernril flint will liflld
In the half-mile. Frnnk nechert of tho
Y M. C A. Is tho mini who will be u
hard ono to bent over tho half-mllo
The Knmchnmchu truck tenm sent In
Its application to the A. A. U. today,
nnd It Is hoped that the team will be
accepted by the local branch. The
Kamehameha alumni Is back of the
team and the boyn nro out to make a
The Knm tenm Is composed mostly
of schoolboys who have been seen on
the track before. The team Is not u
very strong one, but will no doubt
make n good showing on the day of
Frank Kanue, the present holder of
thn hammer throw record, who Is nn
old Kam boy, will represent the team
In both tho shot nnd hammer-throw
eents. John McCundlcss Is another
Knmchnmcha hoy who will bolp out In
the heavy weights.
Thn tenm will be represented In the
sprints by C. Hosen, (). Manoba nnd
II CJodfroy. Thaso bids will havo u
hard Job In tackling John Fernandez
and Hill Rice.
V Whlnlealn nnd A. Knlnnlhiiln will
turn nut for tho broad and high jumps.
For the long distances Austin Whiting
may participate for thn Ichui with Don
Jamln, the ganio llttln runner. Jilillo
Noah mid Joseph Kaubl will try a band
at tho polo vault mid should mukn
There may bo somo other (cuius Hint
will enter tho coming meet, but lit
present tho outlook for such Is not
mltted by tho Philadelphia National
League- club, thnt It had purchased I
Crnvnth, Is not allowed. In cuso It Is
allowed, Criuath wilt go to IMilludel-
ilila, whllo tho Pittsburg club will ob
tain nnother Minneapolis player. Pre
vious to tho meeting Secretary llruco
stated that hn bad received checks
from the American League for drafted
players amounting to J7S,i;50, and from
the National League. $108,400.
The following Is n list of the plnyers
drafted by tho National League:
Hy lloston 'Yoin Troy, Dnnelly; In-
dlanspolls, Mauser; Now Orleans, Kirk;
Hy St. Irfiuls From Wilmington, Bu-
theer; Norfolk, Hlotk; Portsmouth,
Conuell; Columbus,' tin, itnanhntigli;
Flint, Scott; Cnlgnry, Slnndrich. Kvnns
vllle. Sterrer; Corpus Chrlstl, Wetzel;
Hy I'lttsburg From Wnco, Dodd;
Charleston, nverctt; Mnrton, Qoulntt;
Sun AntnMo, dray; Chllllcothe, Inko;
Rome, On., Llewellyn; Savannah, Tay
lor; Kansas city, Iljatt; Minneapolis,
Crnvnth (subject to Investigation).
l)y Philadelphia From nerlln, Clin,
put; Urlstnl, Tenii., Corcoran; Muns
Held, Mnsters; llrockton, Wnrd; lluf
By New York From Dallas, Kvnns
Columbia, S. ('.. Fiillcnnlder; Spring
Held, Mass , Onrdclln; Decatur, John
son; Fond du Ijic, Slock.
Hy Cincinnati From Springfield, O
Hoehler; Lynchburg, Vu , Ilrucb; Char
lotte, N. C, Hnuserwcln; Miiynvlllc,
Ky Romnlno; Tcrre Haute, Puttlson;
Cnntnn, 111 , McMnnus; Duluth, Miller;
Reading, Pn, Horsey; Great Falls, Ida,
Illldebrund; Superior, Wis, Dahlgren.
By' Chicago Uiender of Providence,
Miller of Savannah, Northrop of Read
Ing, Wuli.li of Full RUer.
By Brookl) n Hreen of Milwaukee,
$ Young Hotel Laundry
course. Nnttuge li well known to tho
athletes us a good mun oer this dh
tance, nnd there nro many who be
lieve, bo ran hold his own.
The entry list should bo n swell ono
by tomorrow evening, nnd tho meet
should bo productive of somo very closo
There Is somo tnlk of tho High
School boys forming up a tenm to com-
pcto In tho coming meet. Mnrcalllno
Is nt tho hour: of tho plan, nnd Rico
will bo ono of IiIk strong supporters.
It seems that nil tho nthletes nro train
ing on tho quiet, nn n few are seen In
action nt Aloxnnder Field.
Inmnn, who gno McCnndlens a hard
rub for first honors In tho hammer
throw lust yeur, Is training for tho
coining cent, mid ho Is putting thn
shot 41 feet nt present. Tho Island
record Is 4G feet 1 Inch, tnado by O.
Jones of Kamchuinchn In 1908.
All thoso wishing to compete In tho
forthcoming meet must send In their
entries to John Soper nt tho Hawaiian
News Co. before 5 o'clock tomorrow
a a a
The Chinese nnd Jnpnnese In Ha
waii nro playing ball. Do tlioy pre
sent a haraklrl sword to tho honor
ublo iimplro beforo each game?
Portsmouth (N. II.) Chronicle, Aug.
Mitchell Valentine, a Now York mil
lionaire, who dieil two yearn ago. left
almost his entire estate of 12.(60.000
to charity, according to tho appraisers'
Milling of Toledo. Downs of Columbus Prt- made public recently.
Moran of Rochester, Shaw of Toronto,,
Cuthhaw of Oakland, lllgglns of Chat
tanooga, Kent of Birmingham, Krlgerj
of Wllkcr-Barre, Liimley of Bingham-1
ton, McDonald of Austin, Tex., James
nnd Brandt of aahestnn.
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The Outrigger Club directum held u
business meet Ing yesterday afternoon
nt tlio Public Service rooms, at which
there wus u good utteudnncc.
President P. II. Weaver wus present
mid brought up many Important ipies
llons, Tho I'liUrtulmiiuiit committee,
of which Allan Herbert Is chairman,
will gu ii thouder to (ho leuillng bus
tlers of tho club on tlio club grounds
next Monday afternoon.
Then) aro many Improvements to bo
mndo lit tho Dutrlggir clubhouse this
year, mid tickets uru being sold for a
big ( lltei lallllncnl. Ilio proceeds of
which will bo denoted In Improve
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