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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1912.
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HENRY MAY A
WAS AWARDED. HIGHEST HONORS
M fhe recent California. Btatq 1'ulr
lii'UI at fhuruinentn:
A OOLp AWARD
A BLUE RIDBON AWARD and
, A CASH PRIZE
'"iVJ WTO-". ' ,S
SWIMMERS HAVE WORK CUT OUT
Kvervnne In Honolulu wishes the
bot of link to L)uku Kithnnnmokii mid
Vincent Otnoves, In their gnmo lit
t unit tu Invade tho Hast mid win
pluea on the American Olympic tram
l.itxt nluhl tho two crack swimmers left
on tin- lliiiiuliilnii, accompanied by Lew
IftiidtrM.n uh business representative
mid "Dudu" MIlliT um personal iidvlstr,
mid uflir stretihhig their necks tuthc
limit to get their mouths above tho
level or the encircling lels which near
ly Hinothered them, Duke and Vincent
managed to x.iy that they would do
their heft, mid that they felt thev had
11 good show of coming hack with first
Well. "Here's honlnir." However. It
would bn foullKh for the sportsmen of
Honolulu who have shown such keen
mid puhllt'-splrlteil Interest In giving
inn uoys uieir ennnce, nnu who have
made that chance. Ilnanelally possible,
to look on tho tank undertaken hy the
DECIDING MATCH IN
PLAYED LAST NIGHT
native swimmers oa anything hut an
extremely tough proposition
Ig, na was first thoiiKht, the boys
would have the chance to put In n cnu.
pie of weeks' practise In tank swlm-l
mint?, git a little llrst-ilass coaching'
on the heat way to negotiate the turns,'
and git nccustomi d to the "feel" of
Indoor swimming, tu nay nothing of get
tlng thoroughly reated from the trip
ncroa the loutlnent, their iluincca of
iiccea would he much brighter Now,
however, owlni; to tho ililuy In tenin
InK the content dutea nt thin end of tho
line, the party will not arrive nt I'ltta
burg until February i!l, to take part
In the championship on the following
day It Is even poaMhlu that thenwlm.
tnera may be lelard, and not nrrlve on
tho Kcenu until the day of the context
Theae are nhout the tnuglieKt condl-
tlona Imaginable. Doth men want to
vuinpeiv ui iviiiBiuirK, luivv ill llie 2'l
yard evint and flenoveB In the r,0O. At
Chicago on the 28th Duke alone will
enter the SO and 100. yard distances If
there, N nn S80 on tho program, (le
nnvea will enter that, but to date tin re
Iiuk hem no notification litre of audi
Then, again. It'a tnont unusual for a.
novice to win u big championship The!
old band nt competition, where the
prim Is great, marts with nhout 18 per
lent advantage over tho grei n man It
lis not n question of nerve, hut Just a
I math r of mental poise, bred hy famil
iarity with conditions, which odds
'enormously to u competitor effective
All things considered, then, Hono
lulu enthusiasts khouldn't build too
high on hopes of success for their fa
nrltes. Glvo tin m double the credit
If they turn the trick, but don't ha too
badly disappointed If they aro honor
Play Off Tie
Tho billiard tournament which lias
been providing such good sport for the
irelsts at the Young Until, rmno to an
Hid last night. J. II. Hertsche, man
ager of the hotel, pulled Into first place
by winning from t 1 Chllllngvvortli.
BO tii 37 The p.ilr were tied with S
won and 1 lost at thu end of the regu
lar, and last night's play was an extra
game, nil which depended the cham
pionship. The remainder of the ached
tile has been nbondoned, as It enn nut
affect the llnal result.
following are the final standings:
1'. V U Pet
J. It Ilertsrhn 7 C 1 .857
" !' C'hllllngworth.. 7 5 2 714
J I.. Coke S 3 2 .C00
M H llnmniaii ... C 3 3 r.Ot)
V Lucas ,g 2 4 .333
K. Kuul 4 1 3 2M
It Robertson S 0 S 000
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAGUE.
Bruntwick-Balke . ...15
Bank of Hawaii 9
Oahus Nose Out Laeti Rollers
TWo Games to 0n
LITTLE STORIES OF THE MAT GAME
BY LLOYD KENYON JONE8. ,
Jihs Kleiner of lies Mollies, who la
known on thu mat as "Westergaard,"
hears thu stamp of commerce, "Mado
In Huedeu" Jess has endeavored hruve
Jj: furjura. o masUr tbe dlpy, spura
and unuh'M of tha Hngllsh tongue, hut
lould never llnd all) thing III Ills own
language to meet tho requirements of
Hie letter J Tu Jeo It lis and ulwuvs
be. plain Y
1'eailng ridicule, be says Jt softly;
Indeed, he goes, over It with u hop. skip
and' u Jump. Also, hu steera tragically;
dear of all words tl,ut begin with J
and hjs vocabulary has been trimmed
In twentj-llve letters and what van he
built from them. ' I
ijiiwii iii iviuixviut', ieun, somoeara
h.uk, Jess was booked In n match and
having ties that were war mid dear to
him In the lovvu city, the procuring of
Ills mall was not unlike malum nut of
Weslirgaard's traveling partner had
"beaten JesH to It," by Informing tho.
link In the poslottlce of Wtstirgnnrd'a
accent In line, the twain had framed
up on the lovvaii
"Any mall for Yess Westergnard?"
Ji ss naked as ho squared his (.boulders
before, the Uenerul delivery window
"What Is tint first name;" the clerk
Inquired casually., -i
"Yess," Westcrganrd replied.
'That's what I wald,'1 the ilerk re
torted, "And the unswtT Isli't "yes
but jour llrsL name jour ChrUtlan
"I told you," Weettrgaurd replied,
hotly. "It Is Yess"
' "How do Jou spell Iff" the postal
emplpyt Inquired gravely,
"Tliul doesn't spell an) thing to me,"
the ilerk unsvvereil, ua ho dangltd n
couple of letters o t hu t the grappler
cuulil seo they wire hbi property
Thin the conspirators atarted to
laugh, und Westergaurd's face was
allnuie wtlh Indignation.
"I'll bet jou n dollar J oil can't say
'J,'" was tho t'hallengo of Wester
gaurd's purtner, us they left the federal
"I can any 'Yny," Jess replied, "and
now I have said It. and, by ylniinlny.
glvo me that dollar or I'll yerk your
hloomlii' head orf,"
Jess got the "cam lice."
CARD LOOKS GOOD
Koks oooo CRACK GOLF PRO
J II Lemnn'x boxing show, curded
for Huttirday night u't Athletic Park,
looks oil paper nsthuugh It should pro
vide home Jlrst-class IIhIIc sport Three
rood hunts, lotiillnir Vi rniuulu of Imv.
, r .... ii r,.e...., ...;i .. .i...l I'led Itllej-, one of tho best golf play
vajif t v ' aiii 'i ' 4it(i un i(iii
nun lire well matihed, the lliminaT er" "" ",0 ,,,clno CoaM' who h"" ""
should I,., mm. Illr',1 proinlnently In every open event
The ring will he pltihed In front or.1" ,'1" mrt "f "l0 l""try for the past
the grandstand and will lighted by'-lgbt years, und who baa annexed first
iiioiit-- in sevirni m mem, is coining
onoluht. Hlley will arrive next
evint. tho men to un Int., II, .1,,,. t, "e.iiiesu.iy, mm win spenu several
tin. middleweight limit and In box ti.n'1wwk" '" "" ''"r'nB ldch time
the gruiidstaud mid will lighted by "
ana, hi that evirjouo geta u good view I j"one'
Woodward vs. Clark la the main ""
inundit Wilier und Trier, eight rounds,
he will pl.iy thu three local courses
mid Howard vs .Vlir.uns, six
lire tho other attraction,
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rounds i ' vi"" .ywaiiuma, miu iiuieivvu
i and hu seen In a number of matches
I against Alex Hell, thu Country Club
I crack, ami the scratch amateur.,
Harold (llrfard, George Angus, Prank
TO MATCH GILMORE' Armstrong und T Hill ore ull capa,l)le
or putting up flisl-cluss golf on their
,,,, . ... .tuiiiv vuiiinr, uin, u nuillljer Ul lOUr
"Ho.ip Hox" lliirron, who, now that . . . , , , , '
hrill litnlfihoa nau IlhIihi iiMmhaJ
Koldlu- Kim: has run evirvbodv In II... I . .' ". """.." "'"
inn is n roimiiiuiiie player on any
course, hut on his home green, with Its
lilcky crosH winds and sloping putting
surfaces, ho la little short of deadly.
Illlcy, no mutter what form lie Is In
will have tu go some to hold his own.
n n a
Food Commissioner Kdwuril II.
Uluucburd leturueil jeslerday uflur
nolulii off their fiet, has turii'd Ills
luunagirlul Ulenta tywanl deorgo
"HIIiii" (lllmoie, tin. Coast airupper, Is
getting Impatient hi cause the talk that
hi) gets uhout it inutih for Ills chargu
Un't the right kind of talk Uurrou
hays that In tho light guine, money Is
the only talH that's worth listening !
He has hem trying tu get it match
with llauereoclis, tho uoldlir wrapper " "-''"B r'l' to Mnu, lii"Ti io went
wliu halls, fioin l.clhhua. Hut ul- '" InKH "I' inn mini Hut liaa been ul
thiiiigh he bus hud aevi-rul appoint-' lot,c,l to blm In connei Hon with the
liietits. thu lluuirsoika faction hasn't JruwInK mndii by tho California net
shown up itleiiietit iisaoclatlun which recently
"I vvutit" to challenge lauruckR, or 0 "" u m""ber "f ,,lock8 of "'"
any idbu- tuan In tho Islands for that U ,', J, mmei,aelv , , tra t
nui.t.r t ipo pounds," sold llarron u.,l(0 , wofk
day "llovvovcr. there a no u going u(,ed most of ,0 W4ek , a,nn,ng
Into this light game If you don't .lay,nany 0Cal Bumnlea of food that have
It right, und I shall Insist on u foifelt l(,0., brought before him. He Is verv
foi both weight umi uppearuncs before p0aSed vyltli the prospecta In cftuneQ.
rtQllJ0jpiia,artJtlea." i ' tiou wltU' thu lilqeuiiule outlook.
lly the narrow margin of 3 pins ami
C pins, the Oahus took the first two
games from the I-actls hist night, but
In the final string the hitter live got
together with some erj' fair stores and
finished tho game with a margin of 32
pins. This made It two to one for the
Oahus, under the league sj'stem of scor
ing, which makea eer' gamo count
The Ijieth had 29 pins the better of
tho total pin-fall.
Tor the Oahus, Itantz was high score
with mi even double century mid lilgli
average with 159, this figure being low-
ired by n poor 134 In the Initial game
Tor the losers Tinker wna tho hero,.
with 173 und ICC. Ho rolled very con
M ..inmans .... 142 IS! 144
Kan! (160 )
Ijirlmir (... 13(1 lf,9)
1" Kmmuns .... 133 13K 128
lsun 107 125 144
Itantz 134 200 145
Varied Going Suited Them Bet
ter Than Straightaway of
First Inter-School Race.
Over on their oivu stamping ground
the Kiiniihaiiiiha distance runners
shook out u couple of kinks jesterday
uftiriiooii, mid scored n decisive victory
over the 1'iiiiahou cross-country squad
It was the shift, of i nurse, more than
nothing else, that allowed the Kume
humiha men to figure so largily In the
first twilve to flnl-ll. Thej took kind
Iv to the up und down hill running und
to the lonstiiut ihange of direction, and
scimtd to run with more !m and In
terest than hi the practically straight
awa grind from Kuplolnul Park tc
Thomas Squnte ovir which the llrst
line wus run tin ilajs ago. The Pu
niihoii tuna, with n few ixceptlons,
si emid hevvllihred mid dlil nut use
much hvadwork In Judging pace.
J Jones again trussed the Hue first.
Hu la (.lieaullfii! runner, covering the
ground with a long- rhythmic stride
that simply eats up the furlongs He
Is lull mid large.-buueil now, but when
he attains Ills fujlj grow th he will bu
u giant, und one' that knows how to
use his spud and strength, nt that
Amos, atmthtr K'am runner, nlsn gave
a flue lierfnrinmicu und took serund
plate John Watt, l'unnhou'fc reliable.
1ij wus third Watt Is no slouch of n run
370. in r himself, and Is grit clean through,
ltascni.in .... 121
Kind ( 87
ltd tow (...
i: Tinker .... 16S
fid 744 768
STRIKES AND 8PARE8.
The golllng crowd Is la) lug Its plans
for u week-end ut llalelwn this coming
Saturday and Sunday, the attraction
being u mixed foursome tournament
which Is tu he plujed over the llale
lwn course on lioth these dates The
tournament is nttractlng n lot of In
terest, nud It'a cirtaln thut u lurgu
ilelegutlon will be on bund.
The conditions of the contest are
handicap medal play, und Alex Hell, the
Oahu Country Club's professional, has
charge of the entry list nnd the stroke
allowances. He knows the capacity of
everj" player of both sexes on tho Is
land, and the handicapping-Is sure to
he as equitable as Hsslbe. Home of
the plujera cui only play on Humtuy,
and some- do not euro to compete on
thut day. so the medal round can he
made either day, the llrst It holes only
to count A pair of handsome slIvir.R"ne ' 'bo Coast,
clocks, now on exhibition ,jn Wlch
mull's window-, ure the. unusual and
handsome prlxes offered for the wln
TJio Halelwa course Is In gojid shape l""k, listen,
at present, considerable nttentlon hav
ing been spent on the greens of lute.' The grandstand roth rs are to be given
It Isn't a long loursv, but It Is Intir- belr chance. Manager Wisdom mi
hut Jonea and Amos nre u little too
spcedj for hlin
The course was not the Kam-I'ort
Shafler mid return one. over which all
5.the Kum distance work has been done.
.l.ut was n. whaling route around the
I ICitlllii dlstrht, with liulf a dozen turns
".. Mil, conshlirable variety to the going
IJTho roads wire sllptiery In spots, uw
J,lng to the iiiorulng'H rain, but on the
s, whole the course wiih In good, shape.
.Johnny O'Dowdj.'tho little Knit tennis
1", ithenom. wus thu ss?iiiiil I'nniihmi run
ner tu llnlsh He took fifth place, utter
u game nice
Itantz hud his curve working In the
. -r -n
A. Howard, star bowler of the ;;
'league und captain of the Oahus, baa
The total store, counting , the' Hrst
man 1 point, the second 2, and so on,
was: Kani 125, Poiinhou 175. Kame
tiuinehii won the llrst raco by a margin
of only 4.' ' ' '
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The Oiihus have' mi enormous re
spect for Tinker. When he puts "em
down thu maple ull his opponents "stop,1,-,.
S T sVIe) ?
estlng from the llrst tee to tle ninth "ounces that ladlea will be allowed to
hole, and that's more than can he sold witness all league games In future. !..,
of many golf links on which ten llmea '.s.
the upkeep money si spent s
Add to the attractions of golf, n mine, nud It's probable, that the b'llt
Pleasant week-end nut of town, with will catch must of the cluh-sivlngers
opportunities for some first-class swim- who are able to make tin. trip. $. s. $ g ;,
Jpe KusMith. one of Kauul'a
leading atbhtes, viae brought to
tint I.ihuu Huspltul last Hatur
May. fuffirlng from rheumatism
of the knee. Ilia many friends
will be pleased tu leurn that the
cuho la not considered serloua,
nud that lie may jet be able to
take part In thu A.' A. U. meet
In Honolulu on the 22nd.
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