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Punahou Hopeful of Securing
First Place By Comfort
All thrco teams that are to take
part In tlio lnterscholnstlc athletic
championships next Saturday are hard
at work putting tlie llnlshlng touches
on practise mid training, nnd It's a sulo
hit that neither 1'unnhou, High School
nor Klirn will overlook any opportuni
ties to put Its best men In the pre
mier athletic event of the school year.
The utilities arc keed up to a high
liltch of enthusiasm, nnd the threw
dual meets of tlio past month lu(c
served tu put tluin on edgu for fur
ther competition, nnd to show up the
strength nnd weakness of their own
nnd their rivals' Warn.
On paper I'unnhou figures to havo
the advantage, with Kmn nnd High
f.i.ittl.itr ..rf . l,in tiw tlm ItlncP. Pll-
l iiiitifiu tins ii izood nil-round tenm. uud
count on being well placed In uery
eent, bpelng especially strong In the
weight events, tho polo vault and tho
High School, with lllrnnaka, Lai Tin
and Hlce, Is strong In the siirlnts
Knm counts on tho middle and ells
tnnce races, nnd on the hammer, In
which eeiit W. Apail Is expected'to
take cither first or second.
It will he Interesting to note tho
time Watt of Pimahou makes In tho
mile Ho has already, In tho I'una-
B hou-McKlnley dual meet, smashed thn
A A. II, record of G:09 made by Mcl
neckc Washington's, Illrthday, doing
the dlstunce In the good tlmn of B:0t
2-fi. Tlio critics say that Watt has a
' great future as a mllcr, and ns ho Is
learning more about tho distance nil
the time. It would not bo surprising
to see him turn the trick In 0 lint or
better noxt Saturday. IIo has two bard
j nuts to crack In J. Jones and Clcorgo
Manoha of Knm, Jiowevcr.
The list of ofllclaU Is as follows:
rteforco, Super: starter, rrlcselli
. clerk of course, Livingston; timers,
t'hlllnn, Schmutzler, Hand; finish
Judges, Ilunn, Under, Andrews; Hold
Judges, Mnrcnlllno, Hojivvood. Wlllam-
soh; Inspectors, Kills, Tracy, Turner;
scorer, Larimer; nnnniincer, Anderson
'l It t tt
N,0. 1 IN CALIFORNIA
SAN FItANCIBCO, Cnl. The Puclllc
States Lawn Tennis Association na
1 signed tho Important California tour
nament dates for 1912 ns follows:
Championship of Central California
' to Stockton, for May 2j nnd 30; San
Francisco city championship to 111"
! California Lawn Tiiiuls Club of Sun
Krunclsco during May; Paclllc Const
doubles championship to Long Ileaeh,
July 1; Paclllc Const singles cham
pionship to Santa Cruz during June
The nlllelal annual ranking of tho
H-, Ilr.Hl nlnn players of tho State has been
dtcluicd as follows: No, 1, Maurice n.
Mclaughlin of San Kranclsco; No. 2,
Thomas C. Ilundy of Los Angeles; No.
3, Melville II. Long or San Francisco;
No 4, Charles Foley of Snn Francisco;
No, G, Ward Dawson of Lns Ansel en;
No. G, Herbert Long of Snn Francisco;
"No. ", J. Strnchan of San Francisco;
No. 8, W, Johnston of San Francisco;
No. 9, JI Fottrell of Snn Francisco.
B B tt
Jack O'Connor Is snld to be slated
for management of fno Cleveland club
In the Co)umilan League.
FOR SECOND HALF
OF jERIES IS OUT
Only Six Teams Left to Com
pete for Brunswick
I The olllclal schedule for the second
half of the V M. C. A. bowling tournu
inent was announced today by Man
ugtr A T Wisdom of the nllejs. Af
ter ii ten-day rest the pin .men urn
'keen to get on thu drives again. Tho
Iseeund series opens next .Monday, with
n game liitween the I-aetls upd Dublin.
AiraiiKiiutnt of, games for the sec
ond period Is similar to that of the
first half, except that thero am only
six tt nmi now competing. Tho Hank
A mllo In 1:40 Is tlio prediction or "' Hawaii team has dropped out, unci i
(leorgo Dietrich, secietary of thu the IMaers hac amalgamated, with I
grand circuit. the Oabus.
"Somo will say I nm crazy to mako Following Is the new schedule:
such u prediction," snld Dietrich, "but Y. M C. A. HOWLING LKAHUC.
I firmly bcllovo that ultimately n liar- (Second Series.)
ncss horse will trot u mllo In 1:40. iMnr 18 Laetl Club vs. Oabus,
"Horsemon have felt that ench new
world's record would stand forever.
Tue first horse to heat 2;S0 was Uidy
Suffllk, 2:2!, In IK.'iO Horsemen of
that day said the 'feat would never
ho accomplished again. Within 20
e.irs Duxlcr cut down thu mark to
2:1714, nnd six years Inter (loldsiiitlh
Maid went In 2:14. Two jcara after
Goldsmith Maid trotted her, at that
time, sensational mile, Ilarus set a
mark of 2:13V, which was lowered
to 2:11',4 by St. Julian before another
two years had passed, All of theso
miles were driven In u high wheel
'Then came the bike sulky and
through vnrlouB stages down through
Sunol, Nancy Hunks, Allx, Uiu Dillon
nnd Uhlan the record has been re-i
tfllced to litiSy, In tho open Im
Dillon's murk of IttiSVi was inado
wltli tho aid of n wind shield.
"Ten jeurs iigo thero was n 3plr- ,.,",.
Itcd controversy ns to whether a I Tho game, eomm tto of the Ha
horso would over reach tho two mill-,""" Association. A. A. U.. has made
Uto murk. It would be as foolish "' l'rmn report on the protests of
now for ii,nmn to say that 1:118 will ' Healanl club In behnlf or Coombs
never be beaten as It was In 1S67, nnd Frlesell, nn nchanee of which has
when Robert Homier said Dcxter'u 'already been printed The roll text of
record of 2:17',i would stand ns It tlio report, which Is addressed to Sec
world's record for all time . liudd rctary Charles F. Loomls, Is us fol
Doblo ,who drove Dexler that mile, ous:
predicted tho two minute trotter until -Dear Sir: The gnmes conmillte.i
FITZGERALD IS CONdDENT.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar C.
James Fitzgerald, the .Mara
thon runner, who H champion
or Australia, New Zuiland mid
Canada, will race two skaters
toiiioriow evening ut tho Pa
vilion skntlug rink.
The runner bus to cover live
miles while bis opponents acting
ns a relay team will skate eight
miles .Many experts claim the
teat Impossible, hut FltrgfraM
Is conildent Hint he will win
The eontest Is but un Inter
national llavor from the fact
that Fitzgerald Is a llrlltsh sub
ject and that the two skaters,
Richardson and Welngurtui, uro
LOSS OF 50-YARD
His Selection as a Member of
American Olympic Team
Will Probably Stand.
!'. Press dispatcher state that Duke1!
Knhaliamoku was Lenten In the E0-4
'' Mild chaiiiplotishlp swim nt Chicago!
" lost night h Philip Mullen, the Ilic-
wiillun Mulshing 'u viry cloe second.
! This news Is disappointing. bufS
s .s . ?. rt . i ?, ft, .b .J, Riioultl not bo dlioiiriiBlng. ns It Willi
" 20 Stragglers vs. Cosmos.
" 22 Honolulu vs. Ilriinswlck-Il.
" 25 IlrunsV Ick-Ilnlkcv vs,' Cosnioi.
" 27lJietl Club vs, Honolulu.
" 29 Oabus vs, Stragglers.
Apr 1 Stragglers vs, Ilruiisvvlck-II.
" 3 Cosmos vs. laietl Club,
" 5 Honolulus vs. Oahus,
" 8 Honolulus vs. Stragglers.
" 10 Oahus vs. Cosmos.
" 12 Iictl Club vs. Ilrunswlck-ll.
" 1C llruiisvvlek-Ilnlkc vs. Oahus.
" 17 Cosmos vs. Honolulus.
" l'J Straggler vs. Luttl Culb.
FULL REPORT OF-
FOR BOYS' MEET
Plans tcntntlvcl) laid six vveeksngo
for a (rack ami held meet open to
piobuhl) have no effect on the pre-
V Ions choice of Duke for tho Aine-rlj ,
can Olympic team, the selection bill-l
clals having evidently convinced thcm-i
selves that the Itlalul ehumplon Is ii
re'il spent mat vc I, uud that nil he needs
to ri-aeh the rv lop or tint, ladder Is
(practise In competition nnd more fa
miliarity with Indoor swimming.
I Duke certainly made ii splendld
sbowlng In the event, even lr he did
not cairv off Hint place. In one or th,i
1....... t... I...... .... tl.ili.nl. . I,,, lull. I
members or the live lms' clubs In tho '""" '" , "v "'" "", ,"" ". " '
llie rfViucritmi itii-jiini i'-i"iii ,ii ,,
remarkable time or 2.1 seconds Hut.
Inppolnted to have charge or the nn-
"Of course thoio Is certain to bu a nuiil track und Held meet of the Ha
limit ns wo now look ut the speed of nilan Association of tlio Amiiteur
horses, but that-Ilihlt baa not been vtlilot 1C( Union which was lield af'Al
reached by far. Uhlan trotted a half vxan,y VMl, iinnolulil. on Feb-
1912, begs to make Its report
...ii.. i,.u, .,.,.... I,. r.iii. 'en ii mufitiH
mini itioi ;mi ."s ruiiry
.....,.. .. nl.l. nmiillllnnd li.i mail
oiiiiei utuiuuiu u " " oll tlie- protests (lied by the Heahinl
trot u mile In l'.fiG or u shadu better, ... ... ...., .. ,,,. . ,
and Uhlan Is now no inoro tho ucmo " ' .- '""""
of perfection in the lrottlnC horso ' I Irst-Protest No. 1 as to the fo ,1-
Inif rif I'.u.tnli i.T 111.. It P. TV ("Vlilla
Ihau Dexter waa years ngo. "- " "" " "" ""'""
"Of coiiim tho moro tho record Is ' M" ,In"k4 of , "" 'eMnley Track
reduced tho harder It will bo lo clip!1"' ' ml" r""' "O" '" ""'
It a nuarter or a second, but It "will i1"'""' '"', "l0 r"e, '"' "warded
lie done. I havo known harness , Coombs.
horses to pull u sulky us fast for an "Aflir a cnrcrul Investigation or tho
nn eighth of n mllo iih tho best run- facts, the committee sees no reason to
ners can run, which Is closn to MII. reverse the decision or (he referee nn
Bo, with Improvement In bleeding to tho mllo run, which decision was
nnd greater Intelligence) In training, niul on February 20, 1912, nnd Is ut
I cannot seo why a hoise, trotting to tached hereto
n sulky, should not ultimately ic.iclt "Second Protest No. 2, ns to the
n lnllo In l-M-" disallowance of the record made by F.
" " n M. Frlesell of the II Y. & II. Club In
Harry Knox, n six-root rreshman at the 220 yards hurdles
tho University or Washington, u mem- "The committee lias examined n
h.r or tho Ireshman rowing crew, Is number or oitlclnls and witnesses, nnd
sold by Dr Hull, physical director or whllci tlio testimony wns somewhat
tho university, to havo tho greatest conlllctlng us to whether ono of tho
lung capacity on record, 467 Inches. hurdles was knocked down by Mr.
Th record was runncrly held by a IVIesell or by Mr. W. A Coney, the
aernian named Vnn lloeckniaii, with weight or evidence Is In r.tvor or Mr.
430 Inches. Knox's home Is In Olym- ' rieseu, nnu as jir. iticscii nimseir
city, will be perfected at u meeting cr
thij executives or thn llos' Clubs
Workers' Association, to ho held nt
thu Y M. C A. next Monday after
noon Thu dlrc-c lor or athletics from
each or the live clubs, und the si ere-
jtar) or the Workers' Association,
Chniles Loomls, will get togethi r to
dt-clde the order or events nnd other
details comic cted with the meet, which
Is scheduled lor Murch 30. t
Two handsome cups have been put Spoed Increating.
up ror dub competition, one for each
or the two classes Into which thn ath
letes are to bo divided These classes
are determined by weight. Instead ot
age, litis under 9G pounds being des
ignated Juniors and those over Hint
weight ns seniors. The two trophies
have been on exhibition for the past
week, mid have been mticb admired.
It Is now practically settled that tho
meet will be lit Id ut Hojk' Field, In
stead ol at Alexander Field, l'llnahou,
work nt Hoys' Field, and It Is believed' tM"
that a meet there will be more satis- '"
fnetorv nil rnmiil. . .show
tt It tt
The dual bent was swum In 21 l-S
seconds last iilrbt, this being 3-G of
a second slower lliiin Duke's perforin
a lice here lust AurctiBt, lon be did
tho illstiincii In 21 1-C, banning,. up ,
what wns until u few months 'auo
the AtmrlcHii record, which, however,
was never otllclilly allowed by tho
rcurds committee of the A. A. U.
It wns not in many )enrs ngo HintT
. . ,.. , IH1
a man wns ciiupum r, ci n wuime'i n ".j
enuld iiegutlile 0 yurds III 28 seconds"
but the way thn Hum Is being slushedjj
In recent J en re, It would not he sur
prising to "onio dnv Hint a marvel whoa
will cut the distance out In the vl-'i
chilly of 20 seconds. ,
Tonight Diiku swims Hi,- 100 jnrds.i'J
ami Ihl'i Is vvbcri' Ids real teat of abil
ity will eoinu In, fur this Is tho ells-
Ilrst planned. The young ntrdetcs' ,ul "Ml b.- IlkM best Did
.. ,,... ...... IkiMk Hit- world's recorfl'of-55
1,,-vn titling ineir pri'iiiuiiuir vlyl
is eveui, nine cue einn rniiinuiiiK si'lllif?i
e icsords coiumUlcn was that IT litTV !
iowisI form hi bis K.isteru trials that ")
What has become of the old-rash
limed lull plajcr who snld.
'Im out at Ilrst"?
vvuiild liidlenie Ids ability to swim
this pilce, even though ho did not
equal or exeel his rormer mark. It
would bo allowed j I
Too lunch depends on the pturt ofij Jl
,A......I ...nf..f f..w fl.,1... ,. I.... KdlXfl
W.-J,llll fl',,,1, ,l llllU ., iii,,- . . "SI
loinu vcr' proficient lis yet. Once h jg
lilts the water ho can bold Ids own ,i
"IIo trim ,ii, ,, i.Bi f iiclllf Ul,t xxliliv he Is
standing nlmoiit straight vvlieu tluigun ,
goes, foxier swimmers nrii half under. ...
Pitcher Toney of the Cubs worked .,.,,,,y )inv .. ,)f Bnt,.,nB l,o .
In 13 games last season, hut pitched Htrted over their sbohlders, and start- .
only one lompleti, contest. Soft money lll(. t,t.r ,n(, . t,t.y ,,.c ,l arm,',
itwllih for the pull or llie trigger.
Charley Cnrr sa ho cioesirt want Go0fj showencj.
any n eight naiuis on ins eiiin. vvouiii
ou use u Pullman CarrV D.iv
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conildent that he did lint knock down
the hurdle, tho committee has referred
tlio matter to the record committee
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ord b allowed Very truly jours.
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"JOHN P. SOPKII,
o "H II HAND,
"A i: LAItlMHIt.
RECORD IS BROKEN
TOHONTO, Can World's records
wero broken by JameH Smith of lluf
falo In the llnlsh or tho sixth annual
tournament or tho Canadian lleiwllng
Association, Smith rolled 771 for his
tlireo gnines, us compared with the
world's record of 70r, held by Tom Ha
ley or Detroit.
Smith nlso brnko tho world's record
for tho nil-events, getting C41 In the
te.lm, C48 In the doubles, und 771 In
the singles, a tola! of 2060. Ills aver
age was 28 K-!l ror his nine gnmes.
The runner grand lotnl
l'jdl held by Haley.
last night's rare received hero:
ciiicaiiu, in. aiur. 13. uiiiie ia;ii
i. . ... .....i
Hurry Wolverlon will take 3.1 play- ""'"". r.presen niivei oi iinvvnu
r Hi.iilli. Tho YnnlCH will Irv out "' "'" "" " " lle' 1""". '-
many recruit pitchers It Is not let d er .1 sueiesslo.i, or victories liirrormer.
that Hoy HurUell Is named uinojig "J'"""'. " difniled b.ro last night;
Hie outllelders, as Wolverton Intends '"r ''r" I''""' ')' Philip Mullen.
ig him thero. -Miiiun iniuto ino su-jaret uasn 111.
li'l 1-5 seculliis. KUIiniinillOKll llllisneu ym
Ilohhy Wallace, manager nf the 'St. "ee'oml. Just a noso Uelilml his sue- ,,
Uiuls Americans, Is the most uelept cewcful lompetltor. ( '
man In tho Amcrlcuii League nt taking I " '" "rl "eat. in vvnicii uie ",
.. - . . . ... ..nil,.,, . li'i.to.ti.ti tii.i.l.t litu i.lim. lfttik ,1
n throw irmn tnu cntcner nnu puiiing.- ' , ,CK i "I
It on Ty Cobb when ho comes thunder- neui iiusnucii io..i ciuru piact,. ni-1,
lug down from llrst to second on a bath holds the present Aiiierliun reu-J,.
steal, Kew Inllehlers care to face Ihoso '! for llm W-yaid tlat.li. SSse-conds,
Kleniulng spikes on tho bottom of tlm oat
shoes of the "fleoru tie neiiih." Mullen
n n tt
A POLO SURPRISE
The crack San Mateo polo team, Hint
cleaned up Hrltlsh, Canadian und
Southern California teams ut tho re
cent San Muteo tournament, wus de
feated at Coruuado early this month
by tho Pasadena team hy a scoro of
9 1-2 to S 1-3, The result was a big
surprlso to the northern contingent,
following were the lineups:
San. Mateo Blasht rs No. 1, II. M
Tohln;Nii. 2, Tom Dilscoll; No. 3, W
Iv Hreese; back, Will Dovereux.
Pasadena No. 1, Illuier Iloesckej
record was No. 2, Higgle Weiss; No. 3, Harry
Weiss; luk, Tom Weiss,
won the final heal.
(Additional Sports on Pag 12)
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