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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. M., FRIDAY, JAN. 26, 1912.
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Final Cross-Country Run to
Determine Make-Up of Kam
Team -Won by J. Jones.
Volcrdny'8 road raio nt Knmclin
mi ha iletermlncd the n1.1kn.11n nf 11...
team that will represent the rchool In
mo match rate against l'nnahon next
Monday The run nan mnr iim .,...
course that the three elimination trials
wrro Ftcjiped oft on, from the school
campus to Fort Shatter nml mum
and Inrlilcntnlly the school ihamplon.
ship for cross country work -v.au
ioned liy J. Jones, who did the ilia
tanco In 15 minutes 3 scionds. a due
pci formancc. J. Amos was a close scr
11. llcnjamln. tho star runner nf liu.
school, was out of the race and In the
hopltal. Had he been a starter more
Interest would havo been shown In
Scuii nf the nlnro wlnnrr. in 11, n
former events took part In the roco
Willi a largo entry of other mndlihtes
who were out to make a place ainoni;
the Mrtt twelve who will represent th
fchool In fho cross conntrv run utiIh.i
ftinohoii Monday. In all thero wero
eighteen men who started and four,
teen finished Inside nf the ilmiti
time of 22 minutes. Anions tho dark
uorsc wno mado n place on tho tram
were I,. Union and J. Kauai.
Tho prospects of a strong team rep
relenting the sihnol In tlin mi. tnn.
duy are bright and tho Kam students
aro mute positive that J. Jones will bo
among tho first to cross the line.
'The first six men who finished )cs
tcrday wero: J. Jones. .1. Anm t ir.
ual. P. Wright, C. Mitchell, J. Wright.
mo loiiowmg uojs will mako up
the remainder of the team: 11 Ood
frcy, O, nenjnmln, P. Kalanl, M. Us
walo, C. Akana and W. Naplhua
READY FOR THE GUN
Tomorrow win bo tlm turning point
ui urn soccer season. The champion
ship of tho Hawaiian Association l-.mi.
nll League luings on tho result of tho
gdnto "between High School and Puna
ho 1, for If tho Highs win or draw they
cinch tho cup Tho Punahous aro not
going to let their laurels of last season
slip from them without u struggle, and
oiry afternoon this week tho men
liuo been out for practise. The best
contest of the season Is cencrnllv ex
pected It should bo tho best exhibi
tion of soccer to date, ami nnjonu who
cares for tho ganio should lnukn tlm
trip to Mollllll.
The opening gamo of tho usunl dou-hlc-headcr
will he'botween tho Knrao
haincha Alumni and Mullo teams.
AID LOCAL CHARITIES
Through tho kldne.nn of pnssongiirs
nn board tho Cleveland, tlm Associ
ated Charities has received liyri, to
gether with tho following sclf-oxplnn-atory
"To tho Associated Clmrltles of Ho
"I huruwlth bund you tho sum of
$175. u nurse nrrsnnteil hv ilm ,...unn-
'gors of tho ateamslilp Cleveland to
snow our appreciation of tlio cordial
wclcnmo glvon lo ua on our arrival
In Honolulu, unci of tho many uttcn
lions shown us during our stay In
your beautiful city. ItospectfHlly,
"CHA8. F. llAUERDOilP,
"In behalf of tho passengers of the
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WANT LIVE WIRES ON
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Progressive Element Calls for
Action During Coming Year
Take Two Out of Three From
'Bank of Hawai iin Streaky
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAGUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
3 0 1000
6 0 1.000
4 2 .668
3 3 .500
2 4 .333
1 2 .333
2 4 .333
1 5 .168
The Outrigger Club Is howling for
action. Tho progressiva are In tho
sudillc, and they Intend to mako 1912
n hummer. If lots of ginger and orig
inal Ideas can turn the trick. There
Is money In tho treasury, and If Im-
tirni'nttiAtttal nn tliA rtltttsi tpntiAtlw n am 4 s
I I'lUllll (1111 Ut( IIIU VSU IKWI'tl IJ II I U 111
tbc inndo tho llo wires wunt to scut"1" 3
) them stnrtcd soon. Honolulus ............ 6
I Hence thero Is n lot of Interest In Stragglers 6
tho club's annual election which will Bnl of Hawaii 6
I be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock, t-e" 6
I In the rooms of the Public Ben Ice A-Co,mo 3
soctntlnn The progressives have put Players 6
up n slate, and unless another ticket Brunswiek-Balke .... 6
I Ik under coxcr lo bo sprung at tho last
moment. It Is tho only ono In tho Meld T,lp ''ankers nnd Players met list
and will undoubtedly go through. xAvM. on the polished paths and ntUr
The board of directors authorized h"o gomes, none of which wero at njl
the president to nimolnt n committee, close, the latter made It two In threw
, of three members to nominate a ticket f,,r tho ccnlng Tho rolling was
I for the year to come. The committee, "freaky to say tho least The PlH)cra'
consisting uf J. It. (ln.lt (clmlrinnn), U. "ccond game. 719. was tho third hlgh
Podmoro and II M. Khrhorn. drew up i""1 ,I,H' nf "'o tnuriinment to ilntn,
it list of names proposed for nomlna-!''"0 '" ""' (nllowlng game the bink
tlnn as follows: ers scored 571, the lowest ct chalk-
Ottlcers Prcshlcnt, a. U Tuttlc;c1 UP
lce-ircsldent, Irwin Upuldlng; secrc- " !""" rolled the first S00 In n
tnrr. f v sftivwH if.ntii,n, a sr match game on the 'V" nllpH. ihlln
Nowell; captain, IJ r Meliinphy: ill. Wood bowled a nlco nxcrago gariio of
rectors, with tho foregoing officers ex '"
iiiiiicin- iiirecmrs, j i: uooko, , ci.
Hinllli, I)r Doremus Hcudder: chair-
ninn of hnuse committee, also ex of.
SAILOR CLARK. S. J. WOODWARD.
Two crack at)itetes from the cruiser Colorado who are entered In the fleet
held meet to bo held Sunday.
Ilcln director, U. XI Uhrhorn; houso nernge, KB
committee, IJ. M. Khrhorn (chairman),
A C. C. I.lnncmann, II. M. on Holt
Knr tho bankers IJ It Clark got tlm
high score, 17C, while Iloogs Just nosed
out tho captain by two pins for high
It. J.oftus 21
P Ilernnl 93
FOR FRED CLARKE Aa.E II!: IS
T. Nlchol 1H
With the big licet Held meet only
two das nft thero Is a lot of specu
lation both ushljre und initial as to tho
outcomo nf'thoikill gamo and athletic
events. Tho Jxit Virginia ball toss
crsjrc klen l6it resirnRO-wrlhorAH"
Uliluese team that ran off with tho
long end of tho scorn In tho llrst gnmn
between the two teams, plajcd ten
da)s ago, and If Honolulu fans f . I
sportlly Inclined they can get their
money covered b the betting frater
nity allnnt. The game should bo a real
thing right through Tho West 'Vir
ginians Iiuau been out practising near
ly every day, and the fact that tho
second division flagship illd not go
outsldo this week has been n great
thing for the tt am The Chlneso Ath
letic Club hasn't been taking things for
granted either. Tho men havo been
putting in some bard licks of practise,
and tho losing team Biinday will Imvo
no excuses to ortcr. "
Tho feature nf the field meet w III bo
tho relay laco between tho West Vir
ginia, California, Colorado und Houtli
Dakota Four men finni each ship
will strlvo to land tho coveted llrst
place. Thero Is n lot of class to tho
entries In all tho evints, ulid sumo
fust times shuuld bo nude.
Tho meet Is a benefit arfulr for tho
Naval Iti lief (Society, und n big galo
Is expected. Two o'clock's tho time.
Huntings tho day and Athletic Park's
I'ollnwlng Is tho list of events to
100 ards dash Francis, Hare, U.
H S. California; Woodward, O'l.oiisll
lln, U S H. West Virginia; Pettus,
Much), Klcbel, O'llrlen, II. B. B Colo-
rjidir; yaL, TltiYnmukblroj Hum.iulur
uno iniiu wuiK-A)rcs, jocksoii, no
PITTSIIUItO, Pa. When lanky
Harry Bailee shot that fast one
crashing flush against Fred Clnfke's
right temple In St. Louis on July 2,
1911, It marked tho beginning of tho
end for Clark as ono of tho greatest
player-managers of alt tlmo.
It didn't mark the veteran pilot's
finish so far aa ho personally was con
cerned. Persons nearer nnd dearer to
him than any fan long had begged
him to quit. Fear that somo day his
daring and uggmsslveness would meet
with serious Injury had caused his
family to plead with him that ho give
n.ni-.i .inuii l-raneta tin,. ..,n n up . playing that liu take his nlaea
Hare. V K B. California! Woodward. "'ong otner Old, master as a bench
O'Loughlln. U. S S. JVest Virginia? , J?a"ager' Bnd tnat' "ke Jennings,
Pettus. Bucli). Blcbel. O'Jlrlen. ,U. H. B. Orifflth, McOUw, Chance and Dalilen,
Colorado; I...I 'Jin, Yunushlro, Hono-..e wcar ,hls uniform for bench prlv-
I llpccft only
""Ha,f.m..orce-A. J-tJohnson.'n'?!.. "' '!,ld'1,.m'' 'i' whon B
IJ H M fiillrnriilti. An.ler.nn IT H tt ' ucu"l;" ciumu 111 Willi lUCIUOraOlO
: ;" , , " ?. rru UJ .T (Sunday clash with tho Cardinals. It
st Virginia. Hart. U. B. S. South unH , n. ... , ,.'
Dakota; B. Kahalcwal, Honolulu,
ttu-yurd dash Itowiuan, Lane, U.
destiny of the Plrato bosa. It wasn't
Snlleo's fault. It was tho mlsfnrtuno
n n. cainoriiia; vvoouwaru, jvecves, ot bot, tnnt Clarke, Crowding the
V B. B. West Virginia; Farrcn, Hoo-l ,,Bt0 B8 xwaal WIB cnUglt Uy tho f8t
b.I. Woodivard, V H. B. Colorado; Ar- "Insider" and dropped senseless In the
tluif Kau. Ud Chang, D. Knhalpwal, loam. It troubles tho Pirate manager
Wing Kvval. A I). Lull, Honolulu. for two weeks, bit there was jio last-
Ono mllo race Mlknw.kl, Ilell, Dunn.'jng ,111 effect. But It enabled Mrs.
U B B California; nirdscll, Helm, U.. Clarke und tholr two daughters to
i. ... . ... .... . .. .- . -.... ...n.lf a.. Ll . .. ..
n v esc Virginia; vvuuiiwaru, ifiu
mcnthal, U. B. B. Colorado; Maiildln,
Hurt, ,VoHklrk,)U.,B. 8; South Dakota;
K. Kaialeuul, A, II. Lau, iid Chan, Ho
ilolultt Itclay rare, four lups Johnson, How
man, Ume, Hare, U, B. B. California;
Woodward, O'f.oughlln, lloives, Ander-
ptcvall on him to "swear off."
n n n
Iluuls Wright and Mourlco McLougli-
son, If B K Wist Virginia; Farren, liu aro duo hero Tuesday, on tho Ma-
Pettus, Blebcl, Woodward, U, S. B Colorado.
JIM FLYNN A GREAT BELIEVER IN ROAD
WORK TO PUT FIGHTERS IN BEST SHAPE
Jim I'hmi will nut dcvlato from his Neisun und Ad Wolvast.
rmnii. They hao',Imd threo works to
forget about tho Davis Cup matches,
and will probably bo prepared to enjoy
their live-day stay In Honolulu. In
stead of "Lest wo forget," tho coun
ttrtlgn for the, day will bo ".Let's for
get." Blx clubs will be represented In tho
big athletic inept to be hold February
17 by local Chlneso sportsmen. Bam
DANK OF HAWAII
1st. 2nd. 3rd
Ha I ley 136
II Clark ... 176
H. Nottugo .. 103
Hooks ...... us
713 623 S71 1907
nlil uloin of training when ho bo-, two lightweights, bo dotes on milling OI, H promoting tho affulr. and has
und can uhslmllutu u i,reut amount of nmli0 nn cxcci.nt tarL
OVERHEARD ON THE
Wood strengthened tlnj l'luvi rs team
by the udditlon of Loftus. Ho couldn't
get the feel of the drives In tho first
game, but cumo through nicely In thu
The bankers show good team work.
but uro wiilly In need of practise. They
Jolly each other ulong und roil as ii
whole, but the pins don't full right for
Individually the Urunswlck-Ilalkcs
aro ono of tho strongest teams In thJi
league. Jlut spot their place on tho
percentage table. 4
Lots of Interest InMho tournament
If there, wero a rnuplo moro allejs at
tho "" they would bo busy right
Nnttngo sas ho left his bowling urnf
In tint games ball along with his bas
ketball togs. 1
Oahus' ngalnst Cosmos tomorrow
Onrmuny, which bus seventeen di
rigible balloons for army uses, Is hav
ing nlno more constructed, necording
to u cable dispatch from Ikrlln.
gtus tu prcparo for Ills finish fight for
tho world's heavyweight championship
Willi Jack Johnson, tilthuugh ha will
havo Tommy Ilvuu, ox-nilddlcwclght
lltlo holder, looking after his work.
Flnu bcliuvta hi sticking to a courso
punishment to land u few blows.
Thcru Is no ijticxtloii hut that Ilyan
will attempt to leach I'lynn a lot about
boxing, but It will bo of mi use I'lynn
Is nut built to bo that kind of u bat-
.tier. And It probably will spoil lilui
..- ...... ...... . . . ----
Ul i.rc-,..mmuu us win us cu a siyio or ., ,t , uttemrtCc1 Trlng to make tt
buttling, in spltu of tho fact that ho islucvei boxir or u natuVul rugged light
to get ready fin thu most Important cr ,, rilllcd imny u ro,nslng man.
Ilstlg encounter of his tarccr. Fljnn Is n,nll Btelng , Umw iM linj lie lH
In tlm city nnd readily strips to box not R()n(f t0 now ullj0no t,anEe
Tomiuy Itjan may bo ublo to teach
his stvle 1
Jfo Is willing to listen, and If bo sees
, inndo nn excellent start.
"Kvery man his own promoter" Is
"811m" ailinnre's slogan these days. Ho
Is going to find an opponent, nnd a
purse, und then put on u boxing Miow
of his own.
Captain It B Douglas of tho Qluctcr
Is tho keenoHt. golfer In'tho navy. He
Htajs nn tho links so Into at night that
ho can now follow tho flight ot tho ball
In tho dark.
Plvnn u fuwr tricks ubont hnvlnir. lint .. ..... .. . . . . .. .
" IV Will HO 1111 lllllUVCIUeilV IU nU l)U , n UnnVnu lii.u fttibni. .... .! !...
ho will not tuko thu Pjieblu llremaii ,, ,, c,u. 0Jralo it successfully In'. , . """"''as taken up golf, but
mv ay from his own manner of ircttlnu , , , luccessruliy in ,,, ,,, cabei ,mvo boen rocclve,
iiwuy irom ins own luannir or gelling t10 rilXB , w ( lncx It to his present ulntin .i.... i.ri,in( rr,.ft i,nu n..
n trim Fiviiu nieds tn learn h few ...... ,, . ,. ... ,,. ""aiing nun rrosiucnl Tail nan gono
in iriui. i diiii necus in learn n icw nssortiuiut of tilcks. Itut nil this will , ... ,nU
points about the Inside uiigln of mill
", miikn no illffcrenco to his training.
over to tennis.
A DEADLY SIGHT
NIJ WYORIC. N. Y. Sergeant Om-
Supported ,j ,. it v 'slj
Section ot the llullctli
"PHICES ?1i 75c,.50e,i(nd 25o
nig, us ue is not cioso io neing inor-i i-,r mI,. ri.,,n i...m ie..n iiDhtimr'
ough In his boxing. ho ,lnH dP)ell,,,i on roaa work to get SOLDIER INVENTS
mi.... .1...... .... .. ,. .. i.t... -.... ,.- i... . .. -
. ,,. v ,,, ,, ,,,, un ,, hlupe, of course, bo has not
causu ho his a ttjlo of Ids own tluit passed up Insldo exercise, but ho likes
lias been bringing homo tho money und the spins on tho road to fit him for
no is not going lo pass It tin. Imttlo. Ho thinks thero Is notj.lng Ilka mond.on, ,. famous British sharpshoot-
When It comes to piepulng for n , And thero Is not, for bls.'stjle of (T. w,10 ,,,, olorill tmCs Won the
.,K. . ., , .,, ..m- scrapping. B.H ,,riln for marksmanship nt DIs-
11 11,1 vvlint tin noeil.1 II.. rn.illoa tluif .. ..... ...A. . . . . v
r ,' '-, '" " """I "" " "Uiurai iiguicr nnu no ie), Is tho Inventor of a rlflo sighting
ho dues not havo to go through teh K00- , u llt . lap. of tho gong. To ,,,. wh,c eliminates tho necessity
V '" - " "-' "" "u whs aim atrp u up jor any numuor of finding tho rango, necording to news
.'.'... "" " " . " """ ": ""llUl, requires one's vvnd to bo In received by experts here. Tho Inven-
we.gn into joinsnn. wno uepenuscon- excellent trim Fljnn starts out on tho Hon Is said to be very simple In oper-'
slderably on his cleverness to hOphlm ,oad the llrst day ha opens training atlon und It Is reported that 'tests im. !
Oil! I'll tit I'M fltrnnrrtlt lift a Itl lila nlill. .. i n u m . .
,,., - , , ' ,"' "'" """ ""luues u unui oneiuny peioro Her sklrmls ilng conditions have shown 8ati on sale at .Hawaii Promotion
ly to bo nggresshe, rush and get In- ii,o (onlllot Jlo does nil tlm wnv n , i.u. . , '' ,.'!:wv',. '".J?!'
side, imicli on ti, ,,r,i,, of i.Mtii, ,. ,... .,.". "."""".'"" ""'" " -u'"i' ' ""og uu.iainB. enone 2315.
- - - """ " iiivi-c-H 1IIUV3.- wiiii ia uy ordinary sights,
Wunledi Fifty more drroralrd
nutos lor tlio Floral Parade, (let In
lino for the biggest cnrnUnl of all.
OPENING JANUARY 29. .
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
What Happened to Jones
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