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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNE8DAY, DEC. 13, 1911. a W
j The Bulletin's Page of Sports J
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1 1 . who In IiIh day was some wres
ll r, mill uln It pritty well known ns
ii proinutir throughout lliu Northwest,
him n Japanese snapper under IiIh
whig, iukI wiiiiIh In I. ring lilm to Ho
nolulu. In ii It Id r In I Ik- sporting editor of
llu- II II 1 1 h 1 In, HiiIiIiikiiii ens:
"I luivu iiiulcr my tiiaiiiiKfiticiit
Young 'logo, thu unly roil Jupaniru
ImikHihI hi cxMcnie. mill iiiii wry de
sirous of bringing lilm to jour Tcr
rltorj 'I Ii In lit t U- (.Imp, I am sure,
will irnw ii ran' In at Tor the lovers
of cliun sport nir Hit re Ah u JIu-
Jltsu urtlM wIiIIh In ciimiii'llllnii
uguhiM Aimili'tiii Iioxi'im mill wrestlers
he Ik tin inipt rcmai liable of liny man
living, lie having nut, In nil, while
using hi native Ht)le of comliat, threo
lumilriil anil nineteen nppunt nt lint
Iwn men of thin number succeeded In
lasting Hie limit with lilm These men
were Jockey llcnuett. a lioxer, anil
l'r-l Aliernatliy, u wrestler. In Port
land, Ore, ii year iiko Inst June (Kamu
iiIrIiI), when Toko was hopelessly out
of condition, unil while Toco fulleil lo
stop either one of them, Ihey, In re
turn, falleil to stop lilm CtuiM'tuent
ly, this iilTalr wan called II ilrnw', hut
he iihoitutely stopped the remaining
three liiuulreil mill Hi'venteen '
"Knur years ngo this full lie boxed
four or five iirellmlnnrleH without hav
I Hi; lenrneil u IhliiK nhoul IioxIiik
While he was no (treat stusutlnn at
that time, he demnnslriittd one thing
In Ine- that he hail the iniikliiirM of
one of the create! pugilistic stunt III
the world Ills uhlllty to administer
punWhiucnt mul nhsorb mime irompt
eil me In forming tills opinion
"Ho for the next three, jeiim he wan
carefully schooled In the art of box
ing, beginning IiIh real enrttr iih n box
rr the twentieth liny of hint Decern-
iiei, inn eleven unfiling UK", muce
I then lie liar met twenty-three oppo
nent knocking nut twenty-two of
lhem the most remarkable riconl of
any pugilist IIvIiik. The only mini to
hint the limit with him wbh Hurry
II'nrhfK, cx-hiintnmwelghl ihiiinplnn of
the worhl. I'orbei Hun ner twenty
pounilH heavier than Toko ami Just
Hiii'cei ileil In lasting the limit with the
little Jap mere, nml as the men left
the ring 1'orheV own ninth) r would
have failed to recognise him, while
Togo wnx absolutely without a mark
Had the hout n)it been n no-decision
affair, Togo would have been Riven the
decision by ten city blocks.
"If Ihere In mi np.td-il.ite boxing
promoter In Honolulu jl should like
erv much In Ret In iniich with him
with a lew to visiting jour country.'
"Tofio Iiiih ii brother oer there,
Ocorgc Otnnl, who will lend every as-
Distance possible lo make our trip n
success. He may be found nl the
rtoynl Hawaiian Hotel. Would gretit
appreclnte any effort on Jour part lo
wnnl furnishing me with the desired
"Toro will meet nny hov you miy
hae there or that you may brim; there
up tir one hundred nml ilKhtcen
pound. Understand, ! mean box liny
boy, iih he would prefer to box limn
he would to use his Jiu-jitsu"
Harry Hchnol could make the welrht
mid Kiich ii match nhiiuld prove a hlR
drnwlm; card locnlly. i
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IT 2 STRAIGHT
Thu IllmaH put the rkliH under Team Cuplulu Dalton or the Navy root-
A Inat nlKht In thu hivuihI Kiiine of ,., P, tlH 0PHt thought of player
Hie Indoor ban ball Herlcn belween th.i n ,(le !;, Ul,s year Kor le
two teanii.. Score Z4 to 9. Tin- los. ,;ul)te. foou,M tvam ,or m ,le
er p.. J .si .,,.,-,. eU. o imiiviu- 81lor(1B cxl,crtl) f ,jt Kvw YorK
uully Ihey wire uutc aiu-d also, llecli- ' ... . ,.- .
ert. ,vIB.ht. hard, nnd had p.,r cm- I'erH mmed t.nty,one .Ulrtereul
iroi .faimnii. foniii,.. n,ner,ii,ifei,J.iJuln- 1 lie Hsl1 of . mnv.gelecteir by
V;(pd h;I, aiidtrpt IiIh hits well wahi thF r m"'0 NlHTMifollowai
.tcred. , , ,,) , , I I'
, Tht'.JIiioui and pvqrc lx InnhiKfA i i Nw0 Will Till. I'mlllou.
llluuiM Kleuime, c,; qaimon., p,j ,Vrnvld, Army (luard ,
O'Sulllvnii, ih.j Dwlehi, 2h.; II, N'ott,,llon'icUter. Vale... .Knd .1....
Tii.; K, Mmiilrt. kh-j .Mill, rr.; Mirhio, Uluetliul,, I'rlnco
MJiiuiif, uvy, .,,
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Tv.mi A Liluls, ; neoher't, t
Hunan. Jl.-II Nntt, '2H-.' l-emlin! 3UU.
liiiin, cf , 1 1 ' '
Scon- by InnhiRt.) 1
IllmaH 1 1 2 ' S 0 7 6 24
Team A 0H0!0U 0 9
I'mplres-t'hllllUKwiirth and Tinker.
tt s: :t
SETS NEW RECORD
Haloid (lirfurd Iiiiiik up 11 new mark
for thu Moiinaluu olf courxe day be
for.) yeiilirduy, when lie followed 11
Kool lit Mt round uf 41 with 11 lino 7S
It Hhiiuhl Iiumi been 11 III,, for two rl-
illculi'iiy Hhort pntt were detlecteil
ou'ihe lt of thu cup,
-tVeiy little uttentlon ban, been paid
to riconl mukhiK on the! Moaniilua
tiiiimu or late, mid thin .18 lifiOlrfiird'H
Ki'cint. lu lie the IiphI ncure' turned In
Hlncu tlio cotirHu vuh chaiiKed nnd
lengthened. lie w:n III coin pe( It loll
with I'Ynnk Iliilntead'iuhen th curd
was reeled off M , )
The Mvurlto Iiuiiro frock -of the
youiiK Klrl l of caahniore plaited or
ualhorpil In the walHt with llio Ktilnipa
or Bilk lightly ,emhroldPiC(l. jind an
iiiulcr Riilmpo tif Inwn.
Kelchtim,' Ynlu.. ,
..Full on half.
. .(luardi 1... ...
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JWOLOA8T-S TITLE SAFE. tt
it Ixis Angeles rcoiii.i iibscBued by tt
it the Idea that the UiOiIwcIkIiu of ti
it the world at large are f.olng to tt
tt riiHh In and "steal" the tide of tt
tt cliamploni that helongg to Ad it
ti Wolgant according to Coast ex- tt
it' changes. There Is absolutely 110 tt
u mien danger, ami no views along it
ti those lines have been expressed tt
tt In San rranclsci). The tnndlls- ii
tt tic world Isn't dlsixiied to take it
11 advantage or the misfortunes of it
it any man. II Is possible that Wol- tt
tt gast will not he ready lo get back it
it Into the ring In defend his title tt
it ror a matter or twelve months, tt
it but rest assured that when he Is it
tt prepared he will still he recog- it
tt nlzed as the champion or his illvl- tt
tt slon. On the other hand, there Is ti
it the chance that Adolph muy nev- ti
ti it go back Into the ring. If such tt
tt Is the case, time will prove the tt
ll facts, and then some new chain- it
ti plon will come up through the ti
ii elimination process. tt
100 AMERICANS WILL
ENTER THE OLYMPIAD
(That America will he represented by
11 Jlirgl' IIH Well llh 11 select le.im of I
champion at the Olympic c.unen next
summer was evidenced when Jnmei 13.
Hulllwiu, chairman of the American
Olympic committee, cabled 10 thu
Swedish nulhorltleH lo reserve nccom- j
modiitloni fur 11 hundred AmerlcmnJ
during the nanus. Thu cablegram wiih.
Ill nnswer lo one recihed from tlm
Swedish committee. While uccominii
djtloni wire rcucrwd ror n hundred,
Sulilvun made It plain Hint he expect
ill In m-iuI a larger team lie made
Unit number the minimum of Ameri
cans to make the trip
Will Duke Kahaniiiniikit be one of
Hie hundred Included by Sullivan? It's
111. Ill llllllllllllll lit irlw, II... In..r,l I...'. '
11 chancu to makn good
tt tt tt
I GETS IN BAD
HIIRRIDAN. Wyo. Police Intcnen
J.lon alone saved Maurlcu Meici, cap
tain or the Independent eleven of
Sheridan and itnrte.li irk on laid
venr'M hllzli Helmut temii fn.tti vl,t.
lenre at the handit or a 111011 of high
I school students when be (Sitiri!3sV"(o
I having given Infonnatlmr regarding
I rick plays of the home high school
team to Lnratnle high school players
In an effort In throw the c'lainplon
shlp to the visitors, it was charged
that Meyer betrayed most or the sig
nals of thu Sherinu team and that
the captain of ho l.iramlle team
(.bowed perrect familiarity with tho
plays as soon as the signals were
NOT ON LIST
Records Committee of A. A. U.
Makes No Mention of
IS THE LATEST
Y. M. C. A. Boys In Novel Con
test Business Men
Get the Strain.
Tho report r the record committee' The II 11 1 1 et I ii'h model aeroplane
or llio Amatiur Athletic Union for the contest, which was pulled off so suc
yenr ending November 20, 1911, which (cessfully last month, put tlm Tever of
was adopted at the annual meeting or
tho American Athletic Union delegntei.
In New York, has been announced
At was expected by the local branch,
the records committee of the A A U
makes no mention of Duke Knhaua
inoku's performance In Its iinnunl re
port Thu CO nnd 100-nrd marks uf
the local swimmer are not even touch
ed on as possibilities, mid there Is
nothing to the effect that further proof
or his nhlllty will entitle the records
to tredencp, ns set forth In the letter
received by the local A A V offlclnls.
Included In the list of notable per
formances attained during the ear's
competition Is 11 series of eight world's
records, one American record mid nu
mber wiualod In the program or stand-
u rd events In addition In the regu
lar track nml Held rciitures recognition
has been given numerous bl(;b. class"
results In weight lining, the three
Icgred nice, relay racing, walking nml
Of the We'tern athlete Olle Sne
dlgar of Hie Olympic Club, S.111 I'rnn-
rlsui Is the iiiplrunt to be rewarded 111
cnmpHltlnn Into the Y M C A. boys.
mid they are now entered In a novel
nnd iiimilug event known ns a "cal
endar contest "
TwMity or more boys are raking the
business houses with a line-tooth comb
ror advertising calendars Hvery big
firm gets dozens through the malls
nbout this time or enr from Us cor
respondents, nnd now Ihere Is no rest
ror the merchant, the employed boys
harrylnc lilm during thu noon hour,
nnd the school boys Mulshing him oft
arter 3 o'clock.
There arc three classes In the cal
endar contest The boy who brings In
the funniest advertising calendar gets
n prlie, and trophies go for the most
nrtlMIc creation and ror the greatest
variety In the collection. All calendars
must have advertising matter on them,
and thev enn not be purchased by tho
On January 1 the y M r A. will
hold open houe, nnd then nil the cal
endar collect Ions will be hung on tha
nails and Judged.
Public spirited men 11 ml women are
the list of fame, he being 1 redited with planning- tn deciiritf niltnmnbllra for
11 toss of inf. feet I Inch throning the the Floral Parade. Are Jou one of
jnvinn nueiiigar niiiereu ine inrnier llielllj
record, held by llrodd of New York,
by making 11 new mark on two occa
ilons. At the national championships
In Pittsburg during July, the Olympian
J. A. OILMAN
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OF EXCELSIOR LODGE
Kxcclslor Lodge, I (). O. P.,, hint
night celebrated ll Hlxly-flflli nnnl
vermiry with 11 tnoker ut Odd Pel
Iouh' lla I On December 12, 1846, thu
hidgn wis orgunlie.il, und hunt had n
Kpleiidld ilDturv of achievement' In fra
ternal III ex. The program ant night
coimlpted of music und cards, the
prlze-wllilcru of the eucher "content
being II N, Itynn. A !'. C. Clark anil
til. U.ll-ll. 11 .....
The II u 1 1 e 1 1 n baa Juat received a
shipment of 11)12 ('nlnndar l'ad.
nliilillnlieil 11 new record nml further Mils dlnlnncc Ills team mate. T. K.
iilded to the result In October nt iiern.i, AurpaMul his own record In
Ihrkiley Hnedlcnr was the nrxt thi. two-mlle run with n result of
American uthlile lo cstnblMi 11 record ,;5 .r, l t,e three-mile run. Geo.
tviiu ute jnvriiu mure nn iiinnvuiinn 111 nonhng proved that he In Mill' thu
forcinoyMong.dlktnncc, runner In Amer-
Ancient Ricord Cots. ' '
Thu oldest record lo go by the board
was that of (' II. Hherrlll In the 125-
Icn The Irish. American nthlete cov
ered bin distance In 14:32.
Mat Mtorath, competing iinnttach-
II M. Hoffman
Thu olllcim In charge of tlm celebra
tion veri II, M Mix, noble grand; J.
IllulHileltvlce grand; L. U La Pierre,
secretary; II A. Jacolwon treasurer;
Lenter I'etrle, deputy grand Hire. Th
siiporillnatu nlUccm Include K. O. liny,
er. Junior pant grand; William While,
(liaplalu; I'ri'il Wood, wurden; Arthur
.Mjbri', cumluctnr; A II. Modioli, pant
grand. Iimldc guard; Wi O. Chalmem,
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Tho pcrfrct woman nhouhl hivn a
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lunco hroiind l.or furenrin,
Her inilHtrelrlieil aims, from finger
lip In finger tip nhoiild bo equal to
She tihtiulil ho equipped with o'ght
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The3eer That's JBrewed
ioquh 111c vumaie
yard dash, The New York nprlnter'eil, unnrTeil the record of the herelo
vovered the illstnnce In 1S8H with 11 1 forV pe'erlenM John Flanagan, with a
record uf 0 IS s-5. llv culling Ibis miperlnr toss of the nlxteen-pound
reuiril une-llfth of 11 second llwynn ' hainmer. McUrBth'n throw was for W
llenr of Texas again brought thu feet 4 Inches. Martin fiherldan again t i
West to the front among thu record, appear with the l,est mark for tha
hoJdirn. , , -, , j discus. Increasing h. former rcord,lo 1.
II was In the. dhtilnce raced nherciiii feet 4 3-8 Inches. Dan Ahearn " 7
the upeirjoccurred during the year, jlenvea no doubt iih In his ability In the V
fast lline''belng nnnounced for the hop. step and Jump, the Irlsli-Amer- t
one-inlle. L'twn-mlle nnd three-uille rj i,y doing f.0 feet 11 Inchei
runs. While the difference In Mil threw j For the llrnl lime since he became.
races wns.luit one-llfth of a second, champion. Itulph Hose has had his JB
the performances were Just ns remark. Mring of shot-put records dIMiirbed In S
able In view of Ihe sensational tlruu thu excillenl toss of .18 feel 10 11-16 ,'
to which these records have already Inches with the twenty-four-pouml O
been cut. .Tummy ConnlrfM mile rec- shot, by I'. J McDonald of New York. )
nnl which has Mood rlnce ISDji at' R I' Crnlg of Michigan Is placed In
l:ir 3-B. vvns nnnllr lowered lo IMS thu roll of honor for having equaled
2-B, by John I'niil Jnneh, the Cornell thu world's record nt 220 yards, du
University riinnir. In one of the most pllcntlng his performance of the year
NViisntlonnl races ever witnessed at previous
jia.siJ,tMklimitMltii,Mti6t lijlttfmidtv M.Htk.nu& -
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