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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,' FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1911.
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A. A. U. Official Writes That If
He Can Repeat Local Per
formance He Is Needed.
I)nki Kahanninoku, the locul miuntlc
speed ninrvcl, limy go to Stockholm
next year lis one of tho American ath
letes nt the Olympic game. If lie can
repent hi wonderful performance
mmle here August 12 lust, when he
smushed n world's record liy nwlm-
inlng 100 yards In G5 2-B seconds, or
en n even come clone to this mark, tho
A. A, U. will umlouhtcilly select him
us n member of the C)l mplc train
Duke will undoubtedly be given hi
chance to compete In tho A. A, U, trials
next Kebruary, for there are enough
enthusiastic sportsmen In Honolulu to
chip III for the expenses of the trip
with such iin honor to crown success.
Tho fact remains, however, that the A.
A. U. otllclals have adopted n "show
mo" nttltude, and that they will not
rccognUa Duke's record until he has
demonstrated that he can best known
fast men. They fear that measure
ments mid time were Incorrect.
I.orrln Andrews has received a
lengthy lotter front President Otto
Wahln of the A. A. U. on the subject
In part ho says:
"I bee to acknowledge receipt of
your favor of tho 11th Inst., together
with documents sent to you from Ho
nolulu. Kindly excuse my tardiness In
answering. 1 wished to go over the
matter carefully, and as I am rather
busy ut this time of the year with
getting out reports, etc., n delay was
'Among the documents I found cer
tificates from three timers, one hold
ing two watches, certifying that a
swimmer by the name of Duke Kuha-
namokii swam CO yards In 24 1-5 sec.
and 100 yards In 65 2-5 sec. According
to the measurers' certificates I take It
Ihut the rare was sworn straight. Away.
"According tofny mind this matter
should bo trenied very 'carefully and
with extreme 'caution before the 100
jnrds' record Is to be accepted as an
MAY ENTER BOAT FOR
Captain Johnson, Commodore
ot Koyal Vancouver uiub
Says Interest Is Keen.
That the Northwest will be repre
sented In tho next transpacific yacht
race Is the prediction of Captnln John
son, commodore of the Itoal Vancou
ver Yncht Club, who Is en route to
Australia on the Zenlandln, and who
during tho liner's brief stay In port
found time to say a word of enthusi
astic praise for the Bon I'edro-llono-
i JACK GUARD WINS1
Hump In the Schedule Works
Player Hard But He Wins
Out Barnes Choice.
The hardest worked man on tho Ma-
lulu race, and all that It means to Uw non (l,m, (,)ur1 ,, ng,lt wn Jack
port. CJuard. One of those humpi that near-
Tor some years the yachtsmen of y n,wayi) nI,p,ar , cven , uet nr.
Vancouver, Victoria nnd Seattle have rnI1 . .,.,... .,, nn, ,.inV(,r u
discussed mpro or less vaguely the . (i . ev,nll( ,.,,,,, ,0
.nances or cmermg n yacn, m in. . ... t,(J mlrfpce ,, gl nm, , auari,
race." sai.i capiain jonnsun. ",, threc of tnc fmlr matches played
nothing has ever been done about . .',,urn(f tho evc.lllnf. He was equal to
Now that the South Coast ncht Club(lie tnBk ilowev, ,,,,,, cmnc out wlth
Is trying to stir up Interest In organ- , . , .,,,, .,
(ration outside of California. the mat-( Te Mirir(, of . Mf.nng, )e
ler nave ngn.n come um .... toi.-.n..,- U,ftint ()f A,llU.rilon ,,,, CaM, .
lion, am. . in.im ...er.. ... .. su va... aunr(, nn) MmMti ,,y lc cl, pi.or0
of seeing our pennant flying over a of , ff)rm(T par i((1 iwn
smart schooner yacht In these waters , (() w) t)( evp au, n t,u,r
nexiyear. n"!"-'"-' remnnry round nintrh won very
Hag you ree when oure looking for Bliiplehurst I.ust
tho racers. Certainly If we enter n . , ,,,.., ,,, , ..,.. .,. ..
yacht she will be a good one." I.rllflclnl lhrl.t seemlnir to bother An-
. , . y . - . . . . ,,'dcrsnns usual y steady overhead game
.5- .-- v v .. . considerably.
Not content with applying the ax to
' one member of the Castle family.
(luard and Sinclair rnme right back
and took the measure of Wuti-rhouso
O'BRIEN, PRINCE OF FAKERS
AH TOLD TO I.AIIItl.M'i: ItllllMiTO.V
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Win. K. Slxsmlth, authorized
boxing Instructor for the United
States army, sparring partner
of Theodore Roosevelt uud tho '(
man who made the strenuous -J
'resident more strenuoui, will
contribute n series ot short.
pithy articles on boxing to the
II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii. The, tljt story will 4'
appear on this page tomorrow.
Slxsmlth has been III OiUiU for $
about two months, and has been
teaching the officers iud enlist
ed men at Scholleld Harracks
the Inside tricks of the squared
circle game. He Is regularly
authorized to teach boxing to
the army, and as a lighter hlm-
3 self In the days when John U
j Sullivan was still king of them
5 nil, he has much Interesting In-
formation and manjf (.nmuslng
4nneedotes to-lwouf.. ." '
i Iok for Slxsmlth'a llrst story,
"Uoxlng an Ancient and Hon-
orable Sport." on this page to- j
and Harold Castle In another tough
match, 11 -. Thh brought the
Into the llnals, where they will
I the winner of the Hobdy nnd Cooke.
Nlckelsen nnd flllili match which Is on
'the cards for this evening.
lloth (lunnl and llarnes worked their
way Into the seml-llnals of the men's
singles last night, the former beating
A. A. U, record. In tho llrst place, tho',-,, , 5
100 yards' record would not only uean,,,.,,,?
Amirlcau record, but also n world'Hl t
record. In swllnmlhg we have an In- swimmers whose best times nre con-
ternatlonal federation which assumes'slderably slower, tho correctness of his
authority over world's records which, 55 2-5 sec. would be seriously .ues-
would considerably Increase the re- Honed as well as the good faith of
sponslblllty of the A. A U. In dealing the A A. II.
with Kalmnamoku's time. If lil 65 'Tor this reason. I would like to
2-5 sec. were accepted and ho should see Kahunamoku beat other fust men
afterwards compete In tho United llrst and have his record accepted aft-
States or Kurope and be beaten by erwards."
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES STARTS
SUNDAY IN OF PROTEST
In spite of a request from tho Por- which they tried to make permanent
. '. . ., hv claiming that they had won It threi
tugueso for a week's postponement or. ,lfB1 ,,, p,0.
account or Injuries lo -piaer, ... jU nowever an.,w,.red that the cup
championship series between the Ha- wa (0 ,, a perpelua challenge, and on
walls and Portuguese, winners of the grou( , lhoUKnt that It will
The Castor that never refuses to turn
for all purposes, but especially for
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llrst and second half of the ball season
respictlvely, will bo started next Sun
day. As ii curtain-raiser to the main
event the Hturs and J. A. C. will come
together, nnd the big gumo to' follow
will be tho llrst of a two In three se
ries for the Oahu Senior Leuguo pennant.
The Portuguese presented a petition
lit last night's meeting of tho league,
asking that tho llrst game be post
poned until tho 17th, claiming that
their men were used up by the Maul
barnstorming trip. The leuguo direc
tors decided that nfter having refused
tho use of the park for the KlUgerold-
Kuoo marathon on Sunday next, II
wus up to them to keep faith, and thr
1'. A. C's request was denied.
As a mutter ot fact, tYcltas, tho
crack Portuguese Dinger, Is about tile
only member of tho team who will not
bo In uniform fur tho opening game.
Although the club depends on lilm to
u largo extent, they have Pedro, who
pitched whirlwind bull during the llrst
half of tho seuson, nnd although he
hasn't been used much of lute, he
should bo able to give a good uccount
of himself. It Is llgured that ut the
present tlmo the Portuguese nre play
ing much better bull than tho Hnwalls,
and the dopesters look to see them Win
tho opening game.
Tho umpires chosen for the cham
pionship series are "Klddo" Chilling
worth and Johnnie Williams.
Tliero Is a prsslblllty that tho Spald
ing Cup, put up some years ago as a
perpetual trophy, will bo given Into tho
be given to the Oahu Senior League
At nny rate, the league winners this
year will get the handsome cup offer
ed by President Chllllngworth.
Punahou and College of Hawaii
Line Up Tomorrow After
noon in Great Battle.
On Saturday, December 9, at 1 p. m
there will he a meeting of all the
members of the Outrigger Club at the
Public Service rooms to discuss a num
ber of changes In the constitution of
At the directors' meeting held yes
terday It was decided that, the Outrig
ger Club become u supporting member
of tho Public Service Association for
the balance of the year, wUh Trustees
J. P, Cooke and J. It. Oa(t' represent
ing the club on the association dlrcc
toruto. In fut uro the (lnanclal end of
the Outrigger Club will bo handled by
the Public Service Association, and all
members who have forgotten to pay
their dues for this year are requested
to remit nt once before making further
use of the club grounds,
A oto of thanks was pusscd express
ing tho club's appreciation of the work
of the ladles who prepared tho chow
der at the entertainment last Satur-
ii."iuui i'..j , ... " .. ... rvriuiiKi null. unit lunwii wtmoti-
keeplng of the Oahu League, that be- cured to complete the retaining wall
Ing tho 'Only recognized senior orgun-Jnow being built and leave n few hun
Izallon hero now. Tho St. Louis club t rod for other needed Improvements on
of the old leuguo now liuu possession, the grounds.
Puliation and College of Hawaii inett
tomorrow afternoon In a game which
Is certain to bring out the best foot
hull of tho season to date, lloth teams
are 111 good condition, nnd there hue
been no accidents to cripple stars or
innko any material change In the pro
The game will be called at 3:30
sharp, nnd will be played on Alexan
der Kleld, Punahou, which Is In splen
did condition. The turf Is springy
enough to break hard falls, but Is not
so soft as to be either slippery or
henvy for the fleet-footed runners.
The coaches of both teams have
given a great deal of attention to trick
plays, this being especially tho case
with Hawaii, which has an, unusually
speedy back field, but a somewhat
wabbly line. They nre short of foot
ball material at Hawaii, und tho men
have been up against the big handi
cap of not haling a strong scrub to
work against. Punahou Is better oft In
this respect, nnd her defense has been
Punahou W, Hitchcock, le.; Hon
Foe, It,: Kenton, lg.; Molr, c; Inntsn,
rg.i Paty (captain), rt.; Hnogs, re.;
Schuinun, q.; Ran Hitchcock, 111.;
Murray, f,? Coney, rh.
In this, th. fourth and last story of Herbert Forder's series on the ring
fak.s of Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, th. Inside history of the historic double
cross that Burns handed to O'Brien is told in detail. Mr. Forder, as English
tutor and press agent for O'Brien, was in a position to know the real facts
of th. Burns'O'Brien championship fiasco. It took Tommy Burns many
ysars to get .van with th. Phltadelphlan for th. treachery practised in Mil
waukee, but when th. opportunity finally did arrive, lie repaid th. debt with
Tho press had got hold of the story rlwil tho astute Hilly got to work. In
that Uncle Tom Carey's $30,000 purpo thru.' ilajs' time matters stood In this
was a fake. Tom Kit In his olllce lu position: O'llrlin was to toinu down
Los Angeles, nnd, though the wiirui sun 'In a few ilajH und stmt training at Ar
of Southern California pound through nulla, with Jack "Twin" Siillliuu and
the window he shivered and coughed u big crowd of pork-and-benn. rs from
till he looked till he proclaluud "I'm X.illil Junction Tommy Hums bad
Ii sick man today." O'llrlen was In ngrted to lie ilnuii in the eleventh
Krlsco, handing out crazy stories to tho round To save any po.ssll.li- ihanco of
anxious sport wrlUrs; Tommy Hums a .louble-closs nu Tnuiui)' part. Mc
wns fuming and cursing "the rotten Carey had placed In Nolan's hands a
faker." In short, the gnat light for betting check calling upon Alf (Ireen-
the world's championship was on tint wald, Tom McCarey's partner 111 tho
hum, und the l.ns Angeles light fans Naud Junction pavilion, for 110,000 In
were getting skeptical and Indulging lu the exent of Ti.iuno Hum winning
open mockery of poor Uncle Ton. nn.ll All went as unrrlly as u wedding
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Thin the toug-dltaiice plume rang, as expected; still, on the evening of
Pi Kro was calling him up. He listen th,. tight, there was over J 2 J. 000 In the
ed with trembling knees uud heard the bouse Tummy Mates that his sh.iro
mice of his old friend, Hilly Nolan wis to be (10.000, while O'llrlen was
Hilly wus In need of a Job. Time hung lighting for 30 p r cent of thn gntn
heavy on tils hands and Hide was that receipts nnd Hie title What Tommy
t It t lu matter of the Nilsoii-llerreru U'.- did recilve will piobabty n ver be
000 forfeit which McC'arey had newr known, fur lie was practically Tom
handed over O'llrlen needed someone MiCarey's henchman till he broke away
to talk to him; to n.lvle lilm How nn-illy nnd got the monej In I'rlsco In
would It be If he. Hilly Nolan, l.ivutiie Hie Squires tight.
Jnct.'s manager, gut him lo couie to Old Scores Evened.
l.os Angeles und miide lilies train when Winn the hour for the Unlit to coma
he got there, pot eiirythlng lle.l with on tirrliot tin re seemed to be u hitch.
Umle Tnwin (diiir Tommy) und s O'llrlen refused to leave n specially
make the Unlit a sure thing, saving pri pared loom uenr the box otllce.
Tom MiC.ir.y wus tlckltd to death. Inside with O'llrlen I can tell ou.
Here was a real friend In netd. Of O'llrlen had In en doubly double-cross-
loiirre. Hint little trltle of the J2000 ed by both Tommy Hums nnd Nolan.
foi felt could be llxed up lifter the light Tommy had sworn that ho would
llully for )nu. Hilly Nolan, "the se-i- "make the cursed fuker1 light," nnd
gredi Incorruptible." lllll. thinking that O'llrlen might get
Nolan Becomes Manager. uway with Hint $1500, hud got it certain
On tint ufterniu.ii ot the suine day reporter lo photograph the JIO.000 bet-
Nolnu accidentally tumbled Into O'llrlen Hug check. O'llrlin wus scared to,
In front of Hint gentlemun's.Jiotellliie death. .. .. v ..,t-l M .. ,!,
Hti James, 'at Van Ness nnd Pulton. lie did not know whlrlf'wny to luriiji. j
The bald-headed lury maneuvered skll- but, like Hie r.it that Is cornered, tho
fully He played on Jack's colossal decided In take a chalice. In the inean
anity: he called down tho Los Ange- while poor Uncle Tom was right down
les crowd for a bunch of shysters; he between the devil und tho deep sea.
told Juck all the bad things he knew and so he got Charley i: ton til call
about Tommy. Tint evening they off nil bits And thus did Toniiny even
dined together, und what with the wine, up that old wicked grudge Hint he hna
tho music and Nolan's hypnotism, the beu nursing since Mllwiiukee. Hilly
Prince of Fakers fell. .Nolan collected some JS000 for
At midnight Hilly look the train 'or O'llrleli's end, from which he took his
Los Angeles with n signed agreement 11500 for the muuagerlul Job O'llrlen
from O'llrlen In his pocket, making went to I'rlsco to write his confes
over to one William Nolan the sum of sinus, nnd Tommy Hums wint to thn
I1B00 for services as manager In the softest simp nnd ISOOO III one and a
130.000 boxing contest to be held short- half minutes with the Australian, 1111
ly In Los Angeles. Immediately onnr- S.pilres
(Olson 10-3,'white the intler accounted .McCnro's ins k nt the last moment and What had happened? Very few eve
'"l for Watt rhouse, I0-G. Igettlng ii fat Utile wad for them nll7 got to know, but being right on th
This brings Sinclair and Steere to
gether In the upper half of the draw',
while linrnes plays fiuar.l hi the low
er, llarnes seems to have a trlllq the
edge for llnal honors He Is u good
player, nnd hmi readily adapted his
st)le to the arc light game. Play this
evening commences nt 7 o'clock,
rt d n
- .. ' a5 p. - .-. u
TEAMS READY FOR
t) . j. ii tf ji
WORLD'8 HAMMER THROW.
Matt McOruth of the Irish
American Athletic Club threw
the 10-pound hammer 187 feet
4 Inches nt Celtic Park on Oc
tober -!, thus breaking tho
world's record, held by John
Flanuguu, by three feet.
J. J , 4. J. J ?. j. iS .J. J .f. !
FOR PICKED TEAMS
LOSES MILLIONS FOK LOVE.
IIKI.KNA, Mont., October 20. At
tho risk, friends claim, o( being dU
Inherited by her niultl-mlllbnalio
futher, Tliomaa Cruse, Miss Mamie
Cruse, who a few months ago ob
tained a divorce from Alvar O'llrlen,
a New York society leader, upon tlio
ground of non-support, today eloped
with Harry C. Cotter, a Ilutte mining
nan, and was married at Iloulder, 0
pleasure resort near here.
Prostrated by the shock, the aged
multi-millionaire conllued himself to
hlu room and refused admlttanco to
leportern. Household attaches, her
cuBtodlun and friends of the bride,
however, claim that she will be dis
What healthy Nerves
Mean to You.
A stronp vigorous nervous system
means health, strength and ability
to endure haidship and also to en
joy the full pleasures of life.
The man ith liralthjr nerves accomplitties
stealer taiki with leit (jllgue. lie hat a clear
e)c. an active train ami a aounj bo.ljr. He ii
enabled to think Letter ami uurk fatter. It
hat energy. With healthy nerirt he can over.
cutiie the harilett competition, he tucceatful an4
.. V'c om;in "I'll l.eatlliy nertes it never
liillett. neak er huilctt, the it nut Irritable.
he neter tuffert (torn hytleila, the hat a
reterml turi'lut i.f endurance, llralthy nervet
Villi ltrete.it the tteeitlvt tii..iltr nl,li.,..ul.
There will be nn Intercollegiate fool- 3ciaLd"iyheJr Koucllc ti'r'
ball game played on the new Kaui All men and women ho niffir from ihete
Held Tlinnksglilug morning between, ',,1m110., '""outnett known as .Neiirstihrnla
.... - ., , , I w!,o lve "cone lo plecci," who lack enerey.
two picked tennis from tho school. I l,0 ,ale Imoiunla, tthn hive succumbed 10
Oeorge Mnnoha Is captnln of one. with; riX0rUm,!It,r0,r,'0,l,,.ical.n'v.rhC.U; .ffift
V rtamaiopitt us niuniiKcr, w.iue tnu- une o. ur.iai.ic tteaknett, vt ill lina reaar relief
other teum Is headed by H. Noah and. "nJ iurc '" ,he P' " proptrUts 01
The boys are out practising every
night, and from the lineups nt the
present time Mnnuhn's teum has a
splendid chance of winning Hie big
game. lloth teams are about evenly
matched with experienced men, und
the recruits will catch on to the flue
points soon. It has bien ngreed by
both elevens that no conches outside
of school be employed, und that Is
whern Mannha's eleven has the advan
tage, as It hns "Duke" to coach It.
The teams have divided the senior
members, nnd by so doing they lire
evenly mull bed In this respect
Mrs, Ieonard Iloslck was attacked
by two negroes and beaten Into uncon
sclousness near Canon City, Colo.
He who laughs with (hose who get
llio laugh on him marks their enjoy
ment ot It,
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