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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1912.
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WHY NOT MAKE CARNIVAL GREAT
ATHLETIC FEATURE AS WELL?
BY LAURENCE REDINGTON.
Ho.N'OI.I'Lt' has a reputation fur
swinging big prnjicts 1 1 In men
with big Idcus put thriiiiKh big
business deals mid big enntrncts
Now tin- spirit nf nuitiit tori has struck
llii' sporting fraternity, mid Uhti Is
talk of vmnetlilnc tuilti. nut ,if lht
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live ariilvnl of sport, In In' held net I
venr In iiiiiiiirtlnii with tin' lluriil fi'S-
iimii, in uim n maiiiiuuii iiiiiii'Ii'h wouiii
' I li'lii'c It would hn mitt,' posslbh
til get SOII1C nf llll lll'Ht Icllllls lltnVer.S. !
nun' ur tin- mirk athletes mul n rcp-
resentiitlve hit of poirers friini the
'oust to coiniM'tc In rhumidonxhln
cunts lii-ri'. using the Moral fiirnlviit
if ball." mi 1.1 u well-known local
'lilhuHlu-t. who. however, winds In
keep In the background for the prcs.
llealH Wrlulit, tin' crnrk ti'iinli play-
ir or Ilic Anit'ik'Uii I .i vis t'up ti'aui,
I'.ut olT ll KooiI oil on "Hilly" I Colli. !
forini'r Ixkiud I'hmnp, whi'U tlu trio of
tfiiiiN Hlarx w.ih lu-ro thlx month Itoth ;
playnl hoxt In W'rlxlit. and tin' lattir
had a di'llKhtful visit lit tin- foruii'r'x
Ualklkl Ii" mi'
Wrlliht wax lulklni; wllh xonu' local
DUKE AND GENOVES GET GOOD
NOTICES FROM COAST PAPERS
t!an l-'ruiirlriHi xporl writers uenv
wiiIIIiik on llu iliK'k to have a peep at
the "I'linnlbalx" who had i-ouie to raid
Hie swimming ncordx of the erfete
liml. Alone wllli n P.ood picture or
Duke Kahaliiunokil and Vincent !e
novvw, tn Mnn Fruiii'lHoo'lSill prints
Hie rollowlui;, by Willi. nn I'nmack, Hie
well known C'oaxl athletic critic:
luikii Kaliaiiiiuiokli, the Hawaiian
native who Jumped Into fain.' ax a
HuluiliMT lax! AiikuxI lu Honolulu by
cultliiK the world'H records for Kuynrili)
nil. I inn yards Into xuilthci ccux, nrrlved
yesterday on Hie xteauter lloiioliitan
hound for Hie Amateur Athletic Union
swhnniliii; championships or America,
which tire to be held In ChlcaKu and
rillsbuiK next week. Vincent (lenoves.
the ilixtauce champion, accompanied
The leslilents or Honolulu subscribed
a rund to send Kuliauainoku and (e
lii.M'H to f'hlcai'.o to take iart in the
xwimmlni; trials, wllh a lew or helm;
M-leel.il to K" to Htockhohu for the
i itymplad. t.cw 1. Henderson accom
panied the two eh. impious lu the ca
pacity of ninu:ic,cr. nud K IC (Dude)
.Miller is takliu; a pleaxure trip to
watch the Hussy company they will
face lu the Knxt.
Tin1 members of the party lieloni; to
the llui Nn I a Suliuinlni: Club or Ho
rn. lulu, of which Miller Is president
K'uhanamoku Ix no cloiiKutcd-look-Inn
llawulhTii slmidlui; K feel '2 luclutfi
and welnhx Us pouiulx. lie Is '.'I years
of ai;e nud hax Hie build that ilenoles
spetsi He uses a slroue lu nix woru
that he has Invented himself. It Is
slliilitly different from the Cavlll crawl
by the fact that the action of Hie ei;s
takes place deeper In the water than
the style we are so used to here. lie
r.elH Kieal streiiKth Into his arm drives
and Ids lew work I particularly pow
eiful. (lenoves Is a native nf Portn Itlcu
and holds all the Island records for
f. .Ji .;' tii tii ; ; j' '5. $ J. J '
HALEIWA THE MAGNET.
llalelwu will Im the Mecca of
the Kolfcrs this week-end The
' prluclial atlracHon will be a
' rour-ball roinxoine ovir :ii holex,
between Alex Hell, Hie Country
('tub pmrcxxlonut. purtneied
' with Harold (lllfard, the ami-
tear crack, and I'red ltcllly, the
Coast pin, who will have deorK" "
Annus, uuullier scrntch 11111:1-
teur. us a pailin-r. ''
llell mid Kellly will ulso play '
Saturday afternoon In their
match last Hun. lav at the Coun-
try Club, llell won 1 up after an
i'xcIHiii; mulch. ''
A iiuinber or pailles are helm:
planned, and the llalelwu Hotel
will be the social ax well as the
KoliliiK center. '
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I.lfo lu New Zealand C!"j years)
cost us over (15,0011; llm best seat
fusts ynu only (I, Mllfnrd Sound,
lliilorii'i, Ficiicli Pass, llultux, Mam I
Life etc., etc. Upoia IIouru Feb. 'Jii
int. in discussing tin' '1J 1 1 a day or
hi ugn. "Why not In. Ill tin- annual
tennis championships, tin' A A I',
chmuplouxhlpx nud an Island golf
championship nil at 1 1 1 1 -- time next
cur, and let live committees repre
senting l-IH'll of tllMXu spoils (tit Imiy
tnonthx In advance, to Ititi-ii'xt main
laud players In milking tin' trip? If
Carl (lurdncr will trnvfl all the wny
from New York to Manila to play tcn
tilx. It's reasonable to suppose th.it we
fii II get a lot of fellows from the Coast
to luaki' tho compmutlveh xhort trip
across, cxpi'dally If w' ha,' some.
thing like the I'lnrnt l'anuli' to iiITit
tlu'tii ax a xlili lino of attrartlon"
Thlx suggestion will lii-iir causldern
tlon If the cant of "desirable puh
lli'lty" ronlly means anvthliiir. whv,
there Ixn't a better iiii'dliiiu In llm
world than iiinati'iir -.port to hilp
ulonK the kooiI work
lui'ii ul. out lliiwnllan linnls pl.iytrx.
lie Kot hi a boost for blx host
"Now Hilly Itoth Ix llu most ur. ire
ful If ft-liMiuliil player I wit x.iw."s.iM
Wrliiht ")iy. ulu'ii he went nftrr
those out-liri'iikliiK twists or .M.I.iiui;li
liu'x lie JiMl ii'urhisl out us ,'iixlly and
naturally as thouuli he wire reai'hliiK I
for soiiiithliii; on a tuble"
tin yard". SMI mul I mile The Ha
wullau inmiacer, Lew lleiiderxou, is,
auxloiix lo arrange 11 race on Hie re-
turn to thix Hty between (lenoves and
I'omeroy, the local svu-yiird chmnplon. j
It Ix possible that 11 tntct will be ar-!
rmiKed when the lxlau'ilers return.
(lenoves Uses 11 IruilKcon xlroke and
K'etx throiiiili the water at 11 rood rale.
Ills bext limes have been us rollows:
41a yurds, I. luluuteH 3G l-T, xecoudx;
SMI yardx. i:i inluutes .'HI 2-T, seconds, '
and mile In I'll minutes 1H 1-S xecoudx.'
The pnily leaves this 'inuruhiK on,
the nverland l.lmlleil for Oilmen, '
Wllele bolh swllnuierx will compete in
their respeclhe evenlx III the national
chauiploiiNlilps. Some of the chain
plonslilps will he held at (.'hlcaipi. while
otherx have been set ror decision In
I'llthlmiK and New Yolk. While In'
Hie Kaxl the xwlmmers nre koIiik to
110 eervlhlm; possible to boost for
111 I.".. Manaiter lleiulerson mul his
party had an Interview with the Pa- I
llama Pacific exposition Company yes
terday und notllleil President c. C.
Moole Dial they would r.l.ully do evuy. .
Ihlnir ..Hsllile to brhiK the 1 U I .". fair
berol'e the llasti-ru public, I
The tltxt or (he championships lu
which ICuhauamoku will 'compete will
he the 220-yaril swim lu the PlltsluirK
Athletic Club tank one week mini to
uh'.ht on the next nlKht al PlttsburK !
the r.liil-yniil suhn will be entered by'
(lenoM'S, and on February 2X and 2H the
men will take part In the events at1
l.llll'i:, IVIi. 20 That Kiiuul'H en
thusiasm In the national snort Is up
lit llnvl.. lilts illilli'llll-ll llV 111,, VlTV
successful meeting of the Kuilal Ath
letic Association held lit Hut Hotel!
I'alrvlcw last Saturday evening. Hep-1
lescutatlvcx ft mil the various districts
put In an appearance, numbering in
nil lu the neighborhood of sixty. Con- I
slilcrlng the fact that the association is
but a year old, the lulerest which has
been awakened In nlldcHcx since Its
birth Is little short or astonishing.
I A coniiultlee composed or II. K.
I llaysclilen, Arthur It Ice and Charlie
J (liny was named by the chair lu draw
jup 11 suitable schedule, the same In
allow ror fourteen games, to be played
lu u double xerlex.
The follow lug teams nre In tin
league this yenr:
Wnlmen, Makawcll, Klcclc, Koloa,
I. lime, Kuwulhau.
FELT EARTHQUAKE SHOCK.
Henry I. Kiiwowehl, inembor of tho
last Legislature, and a resilient nf Kc
allium, Island of Hawaii, loportu 1111
oailliiti:il:ii tdinck jestcnliiy inorniim
at .'.: in o'clock, I he shuck being a ,.i
II 11 1 1 c 1 1 n mis lies) lliislni'Ns (let-
PUNAHOU TRACK LEADER
IS FIRST CLASS
Oahu Colli'Ki' has a line hunch of
athh'ti'x In traiulnic at prexent, wlionr,'
hound to carry tin- lolh'Kf colorx will
to tin' front In thi' ciimliu; dual nni'ts .;
W. L. MORGAN,
Captain, Punahou Track Team.
wllh Kaiuehiimehn and IIIhIi School, I
mul In the Irl-xchool chuiuplouxhlp
meet next inonlh.
I'unnhoti Ix stroiiK In Held events, hut 1
not oulte up to thi xtmidard on the
cinder path, one of the I .est perform
ers on the track, however. Is YV. I,.
Mi .run n. captain or the team. Moruan
wax entered lu the sprints this morn-
Iiik al Hie A. A. I' meet lie Is n fast
thinker iix well ax 11 fast runner, and
lo Ids kooiI lienilwork und ability as 11
muiiaKcr and i.rc.'inlziT he Owes blx
position us lender or the 1'unahoii
u n n
TENNIS GAMES OFF.
Old J. Pliivlux liates the ten
nis plu)irs, because, ovvlui; to
the nature or their chosen sport,
they have lo urab their hnplit
iiieiitx or war und beat It wiry
time he opens up on thein. l-'or
golfers he hax more respect,
because us a class they luetth
at hint mid pay absolutely 1111
nttciitlou to Ids antics. So he
keeps on hullyliiK Hie rantuel
men, mid uxuully leaves the
club-xwiiiKers severely alone.
Yesterday he took It out mi
the Heretanl.i players who turn
ed out for the llrst matches In
the Wall Cup events. Tenuis
might have been played lu mo
tor boats yesterday afternoon,
but certainly not with the ordi
The postponed matches will
be played this iifleruoou, weath
er pcruiltthiK. the xaiue xchediili,
of inatchex to hold
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IF SUCCESSFUL DUKE
WILL TRAVEL IN STYLE
NliW YORK. N. V - The dale for
the Milling of Ilic American Olympic
team Is teiitatlNely announced as June
IB. The loinmlllee bus chartered the
steamship I-'IiiIiiiiiI ror the trip, und the.
boat will be elaborately eiulpped for
the nei'i niHlutl f the athletes. A
truck one-elKhtll of 11 mile lu length
will be laid out for the runners, mul
there will be ample spaces assigned for
Jumping pits and nreuas for the shot
putters and weight men. The boat has
u line gymnasium ami a large swim
Tlie Finland will strve as 11 hole) for
the team from Hie time It sails from
New' York until It dinks here on Its
return The boat will arrive lu Stock
holm about ten days before the open
ing of the Olympic games, July K, und
will leave on Itx return trip July 18,
three dayx after Hie olllclal close of
The Finland Is 11 larger craft than
either the llurharoxxa, on which the
American athletes xallcd to Alliens ror
the Olympic giimex or PJOil, or tlu, St.
Paul, which look them to London ror
the Olympiad or IMS.
Acioininodatlons will be reserved for
300 passengers, lu uddltlon to the ath
letes, memherx of the committee und
oillclalx, as the treasurer hopes to pay
lit least pari of the expense of trans
porting the learn by revenue gained
from other passengers.
ess drowned, 4 died from heart disease,
('. II. Young ami Sciiiik Ksiiug Chin, while the rest died from xcuttirlng
KurcuiiH, were, 111 rested IiihI night, up- causes, 2 having committed sulci. le Of
nil complaint laid by I'nik Wall Kurd' the 10.922. 9.M0 are alive Dr Aiuler
cdllor of tliu Kiircaii News, who son's conclusions nret
cliiiiges llui two men wllh libel fut ' "The Vale athlete doex not die young
KtHteineiilB printed 111 llm Korean nor Is heart disease n lending cause
TIiuph kuiiiu tlino ago. Hull wuh Axed of death Lung trouble Is the cause
tit (."00 In each case.
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This Is the day thai Duke Kn-
hmiamoku and Vincent (lenoves '
are scheduled to try their met- '
tie uKuluxt the crack swimmers
of the I'nlled Stntes at smoky
l'lttsburi; How they will aciiiit
themselves Ix a illestloli Hint, ''
' hut tor the excitement or till!
-' r'lorul Parade mid the local A.
' A. t'. meet, would I r para-
mount hnportance here '
NothhiK liax been heard from
' the Ixland xwlmmers mid their "
JUfllinKers xhu'e thev sailed Tell- '
' ruary 7. and It Is not absolutely
certain that they reached I'ltls-
bnrK lu time to compile, al- '
thoiiKh the schedule allowed
them n couple of days' leeway
1 Al best, thoiiKh, they will have
no time to practise and 'will ''
practically go from the train ''
Into the tank.
" Duke Koes In for the ".20 and
(leuovex ror the f,U0 yards On
past perrorinancex It would ''
. xeem that the rormer hail the -
better show or coiniui; some- '
where near Ids Hawaiian per-
' ronnances, us he has had more
' experience than his Hub mate
' On the 2Mli Duke swims tie
' .',0 mid I Oil-yard events at Chi-
. ciiKo. and It Is on these two
' Hint his supporters nre count-
! Iuk principally
j' 1 .j. $ .J. 1 '
GILMORE IS NOT
"Slim" (llluioreiud Ids busy in.in
uKir. "Soup Hnx" llarron. aren't wor
ryluK lliucll over the wclHht ipieslioll
In the coinlni: IlKht between (llhnore
ii'l'id")), .Mellii. scheduled fur March !
1 , AccordliiK to the articles, bolh men
4, 'lire to welch lu al 3 o'clock on the uri-
.;. I'T"1'"" "f ""' '"'" "' ' r'" I'ounds, mid
,., tjiere aru those who are shaking their
j heads over the conditions, und sayliiK
,;, Unit (lllmore will weaken himself too
,., ' lunch by online, down tu thai IlKure
it j The lanky scrapper Ironi the (o.ixt
, ! Isn't one or those who nre worrlnK.
h 1 however lie reels conlldenl that he
(iifcau make the weight with ease, and
,s that he will be able to pick up thlee
fior lour pouiulx Willi the aid or a kimuI
,j rest und a hearty liieul between the
tlllle he steps on the scales mul the
time he clambers tliiouitli the ropes
I ll. M..II.1 Is teii't.' Iti Itllii i'ti.,fiei.,l Ill
Ills regular occupation or drlvhiK a
hack The PorliiKUese has an un
usually level head, for, as 11 rule, tight
1 rx don't show much class when It
conies to knowing what's good for
"I'll 1:0 back mid drive my hack till
It's time to come back here mul light
tlllmore," said De Mello. Jusl before
leaving Honolulu II ther day. "I
have a good business over there and
I van't afford to lose It. And ir I stay
here, where I don't know nnyone, I'll
meet 11 lot of new prople nud they'll
want In buy me drinks, mid then I
won't gel In good shape to put (III
inore out "
"Step up to the platform and get
your medal, Mr De Mello The tall
gentleman with the red hair will hand
It to you "
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SAVANT SAYS ATHLETES
DO NOT DIE IN YOUTH
NKW IIAVKN, Conn. Professor
William Anderson, head of llm Yale
gymnasium, reports that Ills Investiga
tion of 10.U22 Yule athletes from 1 KS.1
to the present time, the period cov
ered by Intercollegiate upon, shows
that athletics disclose no effect of
shortening lire, lie found few- deaths
from heart dlxease mid thereby ex
ploded 11 theory that athletics often
caused nrgnulc heart weakness
The death or athletes hi Yale's llrst
hair century or spurt number fill Of
j these 12 were caused by consumption,
16 by pneumonia, 2 by typhoid, 4 were
of the greatest number of deaths but
the percentage of nun dvlng from
these causes Is not greater than Un
expected deaths among lion athletes
from similar causes"
1 Ciiniiialliin him; (Icorue, Opera
' House, Momlai night. Seals on sale
ul I'rnnintliiu Ciiiutulllic munis. $1,
Team That Will Play Puunene
Visitors Tonight, Breaks
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAOUE.
P. W. L. Pet.
Stragglers 18 14 4 .777
Oahus 15 10 S .666
Honolulu. IS 12 6 .666
Bruntwick-Balke 15 8 7 .533
Last! Club 15 7 8 .466
Players 18 7 11 .388
Bank of Hawaii ....12 3 9 .250
Cosmos 15 2 13 .133
The llonolulux took two out of three
rrom the Cosmos This In Itself Isn't
remarkable, ror the hitler team tmt
been decorating the cellar since th
league started, last night's being only
Its second game won. Hut what th
lions did do Hint wus worthy of npe-
clal mention wus to break the total
lis-full record of the alleys by 36
points. A grand total of 2400 plus, anil
litis wllh 11 very scaly tlrxt game that
fell below the Too murk.
This thish or class Is mot oppor
tune, its the Hum. lulus urn tu play
ugnliist 11 fust aggregation of Muut
rnlhrx tonight To go up against the
visitors one of the regular teams of
the "V" league was (ilcked, the honor
ruing to the llonolulux All the more
credit to Horn. lulu if Just uti average
leiiiii can down the Puiineiies To
night's game will stnrt uhout & o'clock.
Whine 11.0 IK 2 179 621
Scott 10:1 152 101 422
dear 120 172 174 4C8
Scharlln Ill 105 1U3 439
Wllllums I'.iJ 176' UO 662
(','..' M6 SC2 2400
Jones 130 138 lf2 418
Hurler 1!1 119 IIS 48C
Atherlon .. ....I2'.i 132 132 393
Angus .'..102 113 151 403
Suulu i', 126 IM 144
7IG CHS 742 2l43
The Conm played better than usual
and Ihey may not be so far down III
Hie percentage table In 11 few weeks.
For Hie winning teiim Williams got
both high score und average with 192
For the Cosmos Hurler hud both high
score mid average, 191 und C2.
Next league game: Cosmos x.
Ilriinxwlck-Halke. Saturday, tit 7:45
Tonight ut 7:30: Honolulu vs. pu-
UllfllH A c
The Hunkers will have to wukr tip
or they may find thciuselwx In the
cellar The Cosmos ha tho goods,
mul prucllso makes perfect thoy miy.
Scott, dear nud Sch.irllu "blew," and
often, lu the llrst game.
Alherlou's uverage Is gradually
Whine mul Williams showed that
they have the goods, mid those Kauai
fellows will have to go some lo mike
good their claim or the Ilitcr-Mjnd
Whine rolled 23C In practise yrster
day ariernooii, which Is Just 1 pin he
low the high score for the month su
fur, held by O011I11
Hurler rolled for the Cosmos for the
llrst time last night mul did himself
The ll-lls will have lo go some to
gel the drop on the Cosmos next Sat
l!o Jim wniit tu reach counlrj pen
pie I'm- I he Wcckl II 11 1 1 el In.
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