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WILL BE PRIZES FOR
THE DUKE FIELD DAY
Arrangements for Big Benefit
Progressing With Hearty
Cooperation. of Navy,
' Tliu Duke llclil day Ik going to du a
hummer. It temk sonur'tlme" lo Ret the
wheels turning, hut how the old hand
wagon Is rolling " fust that the pro
moters couldn't "top It If (hey wnilte-1
have no trotihle In lidding u couple or '" -llcl they ilon t. And speaking iif
exports to the crow unit thru take the l"""1 agons, the Roynl Hawaiian ll.U'd
honors from the Islandcrc I1" '' ' Athletic I'urk next Sunday.
That the Hawaiian oarsmen nre Rood '""'ly I'l'O' "s hiost Inspiring illr
sports Is shown In the matter of the '" wmr of tlie Island nlhiote Who now
boat III which the Alameda Club will "iiih lllxly to Ret hi." cluuico at nu-
nw. Tlio Island chill liaH ordered from ,,n'l '"id Intirnntlonnl swimming
Itodgrrx. the expert Alameda boat. bonors.-
Iiulliler. ii Tilx-ourcd ImrRe. and liixtruc-' U'Kht, 'rack eventM mid a ball gamo
tloiiH luivo been Riven to the builder to "ro on the card. Mntrlos are Mtlll open,
,,,r i, ,.,.,. i.i dm Al.imi.iiii chili hh iiml III -all probability thero will bo
Ikooii as" completed, mi that the Knclnul several .name added to the lint. To
runon can use It for practise on the "aie u i n lonuws, nvenis ooing
............. ,.., ri.., toe.,!., lit.f,. filmi inimcii in me oruor in wine 1 ll or will
. . . . , , .. . . . . ....".,,, J 111... in. a - ....--
i imtuiugc ni icing on ine spin, rowing ........... ... .. . Im rim ,.n' .
..... Intimated that thrr want the Alameda "e rim on.
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The Alameda lloiithm Club Im already
dovn to prelhnlnary work for Its trip
to ilonoliihi next summer, In ipicst of,
iic. rowhiR honors. The Northern
mi men took to the Invitation of the
lleilanl cluli from tho moment lt,wns.
1:1. n. and soon after the llrst of the
r.r the men who Blood any cluuico at
all of malchiR the erew went Into light
IrHnhiir and began to discuss pros-pwtx.
Iiimii here things will progress iniieli
t-i slowly. Tim llriilmilH have the
In liimw. wiiterM iin.1 lielmr used In il
. .. ....! ...'IWH'l
,. ...a... imiKi', ", .,, v....
..,-, . , i , ..Hill, It) Mill imi i .. Him in iiiiiin
their Coast oppoiicnlK a loiiKntart' .
IIV ,ll' IHVII-H'HI.'I.
tAlnmcilu'x club bnaktH a larKe num.
iber of expert ourKincn mm mom or
line tho boat hi the raco no ,0 ""! -l.il Tin. 'V. YamaHhIro,
In the work of preparation.
1 ho Al.i melius are a peedy crew. Vi
the pant fourteen yearn they have held .,,... ..rt, w 'irnliilnR In Ret Into thu'O'I-oiiRhllii.
II. 1 1'elerN I'. (I'l
C'lnlln hike itichlKa,
20 ynrdu Uil, Tin, llobel. A. Hueliy
ine enampiomiuip "i ine i-acmc l i, ,,Ht 1n;t0 cotulltloii, i-o that they
Willi tho exception of 1 UO."., when thcyjm..y l)C wUvivli lll1u. ,, ,r,, t(, ulp
had to acknowleilRO the miperlorlty of ,slall(K- Henry IIckk. the nhiEleHehain
the Dolphin Chili of San lYanclneo. Tho ,,011 r , CralHt ,, ,, Mrkl, .,p
iMiiiiieuiiM won ine cnanipioimiip iiiick ,,. ,..u,,r rrcw: jum i,i. iiPllrv
110 yard 'ltecve, Ilo'bcl, Miichy, Ka.
S(i yarilH kalialewal.'l.o Yip, Wood,
north, Karren, llliimentlmll.
Oiie mile blki- Open to Unit mid nee.
ii the followltiR year and have held U Xellneli. Henry Hell, Charlex Klser, HMI"1"' ""'" "f 5-nilfo hike event only.
ever Klnee. Last utmime
cro Kowlnir Club Kent
l'rrnelfico to rompcte with tho Ala-
medim, hut tho latter proved too flint
for tho Southerner..
Tho local narpmcu want a idx-nareil
hai'Rc race Thin Im pomcwhnl of a
novelty to the Alameda men, iim they
have been need to rowlm; 111 four-oiired
t'lit-Ri'M, but they llRiire that they will
er tho San 1)1- Keliron, OKclir Honimer mid Al llrainp.
a crew to ha". ton are workhiK out for tho crew and
It In probable that from thlx tine or
RreRiitlon of rowerx the crew will bo
picked, accordliifr to late advlcex from
the Count. .
IX II. ThornliiR. prexlilent of the
club, rnrinerlyxlpfilex chaniploii of the
Couxt, will cohch the crew and maiiuRo
It on the trip to the Islandx,
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Our old friend Jhnmln l'ltXRerubl
reached S.in Frunclxcn und Rot to Ilia
,lr...of thu xpoltltlK wrlterx befoir ho
learncil that hN hnril-curneil one-tnllo
iim) Jtvu'inllo Hawaiian recordx hail,
been xmaxhed by Soldier KhiR. 'Tho
Sun hYiiiu'lsco Kilaiiihicr xayx:
Jlmuilc' KltxRHiild, the Vtldeiy
kuown loiiK-illxtiiiicp profiwxlonal run-
iuer who' competed In tlilx city at tho
Itlini' Dornndo, 'HaycH and other uiarn-'
'thou xtarx met at Ilecreiitlon I'ark, hax
jjuxt returned to Sao Francisco after mi
,elRliteen inoiithx' tour of New Zealaml.t
jAuitriilia and lluwall.
I "FltxRcrald had xlxtcen racex whllo
Jaway, wluliliiR twelve nf them. In Aim.
India he xet new recordx for the one,'
live and ten-mllo raeex. Ho captured
tho live mill- chaiupiomdilp of Now .en-,
land and ho broke every record from'
one to fifteen miles In Honolulu.
"KIIXKcralil 'hax a larKo number of:
ulil; baiincrx which Habitant lito his
claims of champion In tht event tho hax
named. He now clalmx tho fifteen-mile
chuinploiixhlp of tho world ami tiiya hn.
Ii.ik defeated Sliruhb mid I'uiil Accoxe,
tho Indian riiuucr, over theno dlMaiicex
"KltV.Rerald wUb'ri'iualn In thlx city
for n xhort ulille.'.'uiil In willing lo nr
iiiiiro n raco with any of tho local
Tho Oahu and Players te.inih of tlm
Y. M C. A. llonllliR LeiiRiie will C'lno
loRcthcr on the alleys for the llrxt tlmo
this evenliiR. The Players Im tho.
ilKht and lust team to he orRiinl.ed,
and couxiiUrahle Interest Ix inanlfcut-i
ed hi tlie hhowliu; that thu live mukcj
(l.imex, and not total pin-fall, count
under the lerent iiKreemeiit between
tho teams, xn that even If a team Kotw
oft to a poor start, It still hax a chanco
of tukliiR lliu inajorlty of tho thrre-
Ramo xerlcx which constitutes u match.
This will bo the llrxt iippearanco of
either team In tho competition.
That illlfcrenco of opinion that wo so
often road of as the principal coinpn.
ueut of horse racing Isn't coiillneil to
tho sport of kliiKX. H Is also ono of
the lUKicdlents of baseball, and tho
cninliiR riiiiio Iwtween tho West Vlr
fiinia and tho All-Hawaii jiRRrcRatlon
xeems to contain a lot of It. Knch team
has won a Riime. mid us the West Vlr
Rlnlas aro chumplonx of tho l'uclllc)
fleet, there Ix moro than u mcro Inter
club tlllo at stake.
139 Merchant Street
Honolulu WilL.Soon Have to
Meet Remains: bf'Davis Cup
. :Team Try 'Again? i
1 1 "
A poll of Rloom xeems to have been
cast over, local tennis by the crushing
defeat of the American train In New
Xe.alancl. Honolulu felt tin added In
ter est hi the mutchcx owhiK to tho fact
that tho Davis Cup rJialleiiRrrx 111111I0
this city their last xtopphiR place rin
tho way out, and thul they wero ulned
and dined and Kood-tifcked and faro
welled by tho local racipiet men. Also
because Honolulu players will have to
he the orlRlual little mourners' and
meet the remains at thu dock when
the Marnum arrives on the SOth of thli
month. It Is doubtful whether l-iimed
will return tills way, lint when last
heard from Ileitis WrlRht and Mo,
LoURlilin Intended to spend h' week
here before rcturnhie to San Fran
cisco, i 1
Will WiiTry Aoiin7
lint now that tho matches are at an
epd the devolcex of tho sport aro spec-,
iilalhiR.ln remit il to what tho future
hohlx Ifortll hi these Davis , Cup
matches. It will bo remembered that
It will' only after conxhlerhble dllll
C'tllty (lid present team wut Induced to
make tho trip. Tliero' seems at the
present tlmo to be 110 -available, mate
rial for1 next year.
Unlexs ljinu'il ix determlneil, after
Uilx defeat, to take another IIIiir at tlm
world's title, It Is very doubtful If
America will be rcprei.cntcd tiRithist
the Australians for mine years to come.
Thero Is Just that chance that I-anicd
will make another attempt unless It
happened that lie was defeated In 11 lo
ultimate waV. However, ijirncd Is a
busy man and may not find tho tlmo to!
spare 'for another such trip. Ho Vrom-,
Ised for years to plify In thexo matclies
beforn ho filially could arraiiRO his bus.
Inesi, uiaters lu such a way an to per
mit of his roIiik.
Last for McLoughlm.
'If l.nriied will iiRreo iikiiIii to ro to
Australia It will not bo illlllcult to Ret
players to accompany him. Ho Is be.
yoml any uoulit the Rrcatcst player In
tMs colmtry, and tin experts hero will
nmt realize that theru Is no chance In
lilt tho cup unless the very best play
ers In this country participate In tho
McI.ourIiIIii bus probably made his
lest appearance In n world's champion
ship match. Ho has expressed Ills do-'
termination lo settle down to a busi
ness career, and It wnx only after con
siderable persuasion that Ills employer
was Induced to allow hlui to accom
pany the team this year.
The San Friiuclsco player has done
1,1s share on both trip fo Australia,
lip went over the first tlmo nx n novice
and made a Rood xhowlnR. Ill the re
cent matc'hes MrlRht wns' used In Ills'
place, as It was thoiiRlit that the East
erner wui in tho better elmoc.
tine inllo run Hart, tlliimentliall.
."-mile relay Soldier ICIiir iiRiilnit
NlKel ( Jackson, Jim Ho.io and Sailor
Ilaxchalt West VfrRinla vs. All-Hawaii.
JiiUkcx Charles ChlllliiRworth, Lieu
tenant (lay and .Midshipman KIiir.
Tlmekeeperx V. It, Chilton and Ilcn
Starter A. tj. Marcalllno.
As the Held day Is primarily a henu
lit affair, and as every dollar counts for
Ion rents, thero will be no prizes of
valuo liutiR up. Hut It Ix tho Idea to
Rive tho winners of each ownt mmiu
Hawaiian souvenir that will remind
I lieiii of the occasion and Its object
Whut the prlr.es lack In value they will
more than Rain In sentiment.
.., rue iioie-lii-ijuo ciuii elected an
ptlier nU'iirtier yestenluy. Ixunvmo
Retiring President of A. A- U. Makes No Mention of Duke
ftahanamoku as Possibility But It Is Understood that '
Records Committee Has His Name Under Consideration.
'flint tlie I'lilted Stales has the lnlde chance for first honors at tho
'Stockholm Olympiad. l already freely predicted by nlhlrlle authorities. v.
rrelt C. flrrtwn. retlrliiR president of the A. A. I', has written the following
resume of the Keason of I'd I, with forecasts for the fulure, which Is of con
siderable Interest to Hawaii's athletic frntirnlty.
BY EVERETT C. BROWN. 1ST fret 5 1-: Inches broke nil previous
The athletic atmosphere, surcharged roconW "
with the dyiuimlc entliuslaxm which I In niy opinion the Pacific Coast will
usually preccdex the prlllmlnary try-lhue a Rreater representation on tho
nutx for tho Olympian Rinncx, the great Olympic team III IMS than It had In,
athletic mcetliiRs which have heen held
under the auspices of tho Amateur Ath
letic I'nlon, mid tho Rreat intercollc
Rlate contests In both tho Hast mid
West, have Riven tlio lovers of ath
letics throiiKhotit the United States the
last year ii well founded opinion that
tho team which will represent this
country In Stockholm In 1912 will bo ber of the cumins Olympian team.
tlio best that has ever represented Olympic Material.
AinerlAt The Olympian trmn will not be luck-
It wits 11 source of considerable Krut-. Iiir In marathon material, us the fa J
lllcntlon to me that. In retiring "from ''inoux 'flbstnn marathon idiowed In tho
the 'presidency of tlie 'fiovi'rnlliK body i first ten to MnMi ciioiirIi material of
In athletics hi the United States, after xiilllclently IiIrIi caliber to win any In
havlliit served two years, all of tho tcrnatiomil event, to Xuy untldiiR of
amateur sports under the control ofmioli Individual stars as Sidney Hatch
lu the miuutle events (JeorRc (Inldxlk,
has the distinction of winning not only
the fancy iIIWiir championships from
tho low board, but also the IdRli dlvlin;
championship, held at Trnvcrx Island,
New York City, nnd by so dolnR Ims)'
absolutely MUalllleil himself ax a mom-'
tills body have attained a hlRlier stand
ard than ever before, both from nil or
ganization standpoint nnd from tho
splendid athletic achievements which
are hrlelly xunmiiirlzcil herewith.
No small part of the success In ama
teur athletics during the year 1911 !
of ciilriiKo, who won tho St. Louis mar
nthon In tho spring and 11 few wrfkM
ago exhibited an even better perform
ance in winning the Yonkcrs (N. Y.)
It would take several columns n(
space to record the very excellent minor
duo to the splendid cooperation by tho 'achievements scheduled In different
great newspapers throughout the coun
Somo Notable Eventi.
Among tho notable athletic events
worthy of comment was tho wonderful
meeting of the Hasteni Intcrcollcglato
Association, held In the Harvard sta-
parts of the United States In tho play
ground activities, basketball champion
ships, Interscholastlc events, etc., till
of them showing unusual ability and
advancement over 'previous ears, nnd
the United States can be congratulated
on being today the Rrcatcst athletic mi.
dhini last May, when CornMI captured ! Hon In the world.
Kvcry American citizen wlio can nf
furd to contribute even III the smallest
nedliiRtoii iicRotlutrd tho 'eighth "h'iile
nt the Country club In 11 single xtriiki.
pitching n high iniishln shot to wltliln
ten feet of the cifp. the bull taking tho
slope of tho green and holing out with
out touching tlio pin. Out of the" tens
of thousands of rounds that have liecn
niiiiii over t(i Country Club Rolf'
course a hole has been undo In 0110
on only four previous occasions, tho
other members of the exclusive club
being William Woou, .Mrs. Gulnos,
David fli'll and Albert Juild.
tho college championship, and where
the following ore some of the now,' rcii-
Irds made: Jones of Ciirnefl, one' mll'ol
In 1:L:-:, am' the one-half inllo In
1:31:4-8; Young of Amherst, UO-yard
dash In 181-.", and the-wonderful per
furuiiliiocit of t'nifg 01 'Michigan, iwho
won tho 100-yard dash In IM-t, mid tho
2:'0.yiirt1 dash In SI l-S.
Tho greatest Inrtrinr niFet of the year
was' easily that given by the Huston
amount should add as much as hn cuii
to ihe fluid whirl) will be necessary lo
properly equip the team which will de
fend the colors of the United Stairs III
tho International competition next year.
Tho great tryoutf meetings which will
result In the final xrlcrtlon of tills team
will be held late In May or early In
Juno lu tjiu i:ast at tho Harvard tu-
Athletlc 'Association,, in -which relay' flliim, 'l)i the West .at Sliirslmll' field;
tennis fronijexery university 'through
out tho Kaxt wen filtered.;
Tlio Pnrlfle '('oust il"iow;ed unusual
chixx In Itx college cbamplnnshlps, Al-
n of California winning tho broad
Chicago, and nn the Pacific Coast lit
Uolilen tt.itit Pnrk,-Sun l'Yanclsco.
Judge II, II. Lindsay, former presi
dent of the Northwestern tt.-iselmll.
Jump with a record of 2.1 feet in Inches. I Lengue. Ix now convalescing In n Se;
and Ilorlne the high Jump at feet Saltlo hospital from a xevero Illness.
Inches. FhiittuckV hammer throw of Marling with un attack of the Rrlppe.
TlitE GAME OF
DOMF.ST1C simplicity is ly'pi- '
cal of the sturdy Germans'
home lite. The American
people are recognizing the value of
Teutonic diet, and are fast adopt
Pill MO adds zest and relish
to the plainest diet, and is a food
in itself. It is manufactured as
only brewmastcrsknow how of the
purest and choicest matured and
thoroughly ripened grain,
The J3ecr.Tlutis brewed
loouii incwiintie .
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