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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, APR. 25, 1912.
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H AM at our lunch.
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HAWAII IN HARBOR.
1 Homo tlmo today the yncht '?
Iluuall will bo sailed from Pearl
Harbor to a berth o(T tho city
waterfront. The ynclit linn binm ;
given a thorough overhauling, .
unil mily it few Mulshing touches, '
ri'innlti to put bir In perfect ,8
shape for the big ocean nu'i'
W. C. Wilder unil several
oilier yachting enthusiasts are '
taking tho llnwnll out on htr
llrst cruise of I ill J. '
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At thn Olympic games which arn to
bo hold this year lit Stockholm, Swe
don, lawn tenuis Is almost tho only
Hold game ulilcli l.i included In thi
piogrum. being favored over cricket,
banoball mid football.
All the Kuiopc.ui nations will !o
strongly represented, ami uven far
away Australasia will ,Bend two or
more icpregontutives, though uono of
tlie Davis Oup defenders of hist year
will lake part.
A I' Wilding and 11 Donsl, two fa
mous plnjcrs from tho Antipodes, lmo
been nominated by their people. Knelt
nation has tho right to enter vlr.ht
single pn)eis and four doubles teams
In the competition, and Cormany,
France, Italy, Austria, (Ireat Ilrltnln
iihd Russia haw alj promised lo send
The event should be of ureal nlue
In furnishing sumo basis for compar
isons, as this Id almost entirely luck
ing at tho present time.
The tennis tourneys will bo held on
Jluv S-l- inclusive, on tho covered
courts, and June 29-July C, Inclu.dvo.
on tho out-of-door court
America declined tn "end any team
to this competition, mainly because tho
Brent majority of American plujcrs
are unprepared at the. time set to make
a good show Ini;.
Only twenty entries will bo accepted
In each event of the llnleluu race,
over tho Walalun-Wulklkl course Juno
11. Tills stand Is deemed ndvlxahlc, as
a larger Held would bo unwieldy fof
the road judges to keep truck of. Tliero
uro still plenty of vacant, numbers on
the entry book, but with the uddlers
from Scholleld, Shatter nml Itugcr III
keen rivalry over tho event, It Is prob
able that iiulte n number will inter,
and those who contemplate going after
honors had better bestir themselves to
make sure that their names will be
Tho lint of incrchnndlso prizes s
crowing steadily. Hveryone seeing
willing to come through with a dona-"
t lull when the conditions of the rncu
are explained This year tho fellows
who put up the coin will get their full
fclinio of the,fun, for the runners will
pasH through the t'lly. llnlshiug utllie
Wnlktkt Inn, and tho final struggle can
lie witnessed by all Honolulu.
A Great UmUvi -in Alter
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HOW ABOUT Y
u. .. By LAURENCE
if" T. . . . '. .
IiJVy illiMiuinii. nus received
? word from his brother In l'hll
dOnihlolifu. giving bi;lef news of
"jj lnke Kiibanuiiioku nnd his do
ings. Utike"' lilnisilr Isn't inueli of a
letter vrtfer, mid bis lorreopondenco
has boeirtco(Sllncd to brief postcard
bulletins to his father
.Mr. Heuderkoii writes Hint he and
Dukp inado tho accepted HnMcr Hull-
day pllgrliunge to Atl.intlc C'lt. This
must biivo been an eve-nncner for tho
lirjvvnllan, even though lie lias becomo
used tif tiig crowd?", for the Kaster Juin i
.u Atlantic, City this year vvus n rec
ord breaker. Duke Is keeping up his
wininilng praetHe In the I'nlvorslly
oSJ'Mir.sylvniiln tank, anil Is In tho
best possible condition His weight j
remains, about the same as when ho
lirrlveilflii thbi States, the change of
nivlug ufltlur pulled hlnidovvii'
nor put fat on lilm This Is eonsld- j
i red an excellent thing by the experts,'
Jvlift iircniou'iicedlilin at the very best
tm limiting 'jvvelght when he won the
national century" lit Chicago
, The Philadelphia Hvenlng. Bulletin;,
df rpcehtviliite. prints an krllcle .on
svT)ihiulnir( In iWhlch Duko Knhnnn
nioku llgnres promlnentl. The writer
contends Mint whll.i the Ilnvvullaii tins
tnpro Kpcqil than Anbodv else fn tho
known swimming world! he does not
know vvlii'ii to 110 It, so far as Indoor
subliming Is concerned. He Is still
more or less bothered by the turns.
and In splto of i;scr's careful coach
ing, he is at n distinct dlMidvnntnge
In cramped quarters Inxtond of ac
quiring tbo nice Judgment of dlstnlice
which enables tiink experts to gnln
every time they turn and kick nvvny
from the wall, Duke gets out of his
GOLF IMPROVEMENT FOR WOMEN
llv DOIIOTIIV CUIHII.'U,.
(llrllMi Cluiniplon mid I'limicr U. .S. Cliiiinjilon.)
SUCH rapid htrtdes have been made.
In women's golf In tho Inst (on
years that It Is dllllcull to say
In which department of tho
gamo the, least advance has tukeu,
placo. "" I
If wo run our cyos over the pages
devoted to ndrertlseiuciits in content-,
porary gblllni; papers w,e nro Instant.
ly struck by thu ninounl of Insur
iruo against failure which aro on the
inurkot. There uro patent coats which
do not cramp tho swing, eluborato de
vices for the soles of boots and shoes
to prevent slipping, marvelous clubs
of every sUo unci sjiapp to correct ev
ery golf fault possible to conceive of,
und last, but not least, balls by tho
score which nro lauded up to tho
skies ns living yards nnd yards far
ther than nny other make known. All
tlietiu uro nlTered temptingly to tho
golf enthusiast with tho assurance Unit
their possesshju will put her In u class
width sho has never dreamed of
In splto nf theso Ingenious Inven
tions wo still hear complaints all
around us from people who profess
themselves to bo absolutely on their
g.ifne. It would bo rather Interesting
to tuko stutlstlcs of tho particular kind
WASIIINOTON, I). C April 12.
Kurly in May tho Navy aviators aru
expected to'xqtnrn to Annapolis, Md
from San Diego, Cal., vvhoro thoy have
been spending tho winter. It Is prob
abln that with the veteran Navy lifers
will come a number of new men, JJItico
the aerial navigators have been win.
lerliig on the coast of California, a
number of ollicors from tho l'ncillo
licet have taken Instructions In Hying,
One of the llrst things tho Navy 111
era will do upon their return to An.
nupolls will bo to trv out tho ueilal
compass Invented by Cnpt. Washington
I. UhumberH of the Uureau of Navlga
lion, who Is in chargo nf tho tilers.
Tills Instrument has been called by
Captain Chambers un alrahlp cumpass
and log, and Is 11 combination applied
to Ilia ordinary inarluor'H compass. It
uhlps on the top of such a compass in
much tho wimo manner iih tho ordinary
azimuth circle, nnd contains an Indica
tor which points I he actual dlrecllnn
In which nu airship Is traveling, and a
hculo tn show tho actual speed In that
A simple snparalo attachment en
nblcs tho norlnl navigaforUe iote by
Inspection tho actual direction and Ve
locity of tho wind, which In 1111 aero
plane, apparently Hows In thu axial lino
under tho pianos, and enables; tho pilot
to determine what course to steer In
older to mnko good i given com so.
Thu Instrument now Is In tho Patent
Ulllco fur ovamlimllon, and as hooii ns
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed,
to cure any case of Itching, Wind,
Bleeding or Protruding Tiles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Mado by
li.vu to iiMSTrTTr v- cr 1 ....!.
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ACHT RACE FID?
stroke, ml Iopcs time flicking It up
ngalli. r)r this reiuon, says thel'hll
HiKlphlii ciltlc. Duke Is to b banked
on for the loo yards, but Is not yet up
til tbo highest class for the 120 when
At Stockholm the swimming events
aro to be contested In u soit of float
ing dryclock.. placed In the harbor. Tho
structure' Is long enough for the 100
Dieter race straightaway, anil here
Duke can cut loose without bothcilnc
his bend about throwing h'lmself Into
It takes Kails to make a yncht travel,
nnd It takes canvas lo in'nko sails, and
It Jakes loin to buy canvas. Likewise
It costs something to provision n crnft
with salt Jiorso and plum duff, or
whatever It Is that sailor men llvo on.
All this being mi, Isn't If about tlmo
for the I l.i unil Yncht club til get busy
with the subscription list? Of course,
there Isn't nny ilnubt about raising tho
funds to enter tho local yncht' In tho
traiispacltlc race, and nlrendy there nro
several vvhoiiavp conie forward with
Hot nil contributions, 'hut It would h
better to 'have' every'llilng ship-shape,
and the money In the oluh treasury be
fore the. llnwnll snlls May 4 l
Captain' fitrotid; by tlici way. Is n
busy man these days As skipper of
tho yacht be Is giving every itrtnllhls
personal utteiitlou, nnd when the
schooner weighs anchor ami sttirtsnn
her '.'OflO-iulle run to Ibe storting line,
every possible step will have been
taken to help her to be llrst across the
llnlshiug line Willi the llnwnll bet
ter than ever, nnd sailed by n llrst
chiSH crew, tho outlook Is certainly
of mistakes mado ami see which one
Is most common nmong plajors.
It Is with their iron clubs. I think,
that most feminine, golfers fnll short,
und there uro two reasons for this.
One Is that they take far too much
swing vvitli a clcek, mhllroii unil
n aside, with the result that a gieat
deal of tho required accuracy Is lost.
Tho other reason Is that they do nnt
lely sulllclently on llmt Inst little
flick of tlto wrist which makes (ho
lion play of the mule expert so ilo
lichtfill to watch.
It may bo urged that tho uver.jgo
woman's wrists uro not strong enough
to put that same snap Into an np
I'loach; but supposing tills to ho tho
case, players with handicaps between
IS and C could tako several strokes
off their average score by thinking
out carefully how they can achieve
gutting near the hole every tlmo of
The object of this shot Is tq get
within holing distance of the ling
nut Just to ljo Bomiiwhete on tho put
ting green, us so many peuplo bccm
to Imagine. It Is useless trusting to
luck to mnko ii successful uppioncli
tiiot now and again without knowing
exactly how one did It,
IS A WONDER
Hero Is what one It u 1 1 o 1 1 11 load
er thinks of J. Uruco Umay, chairman
of the Whllo Slur line:
Tho dlBpntchea referring to Mr. .1.
Ilrttco Ismay's management of tho
White Star Uno, after Informing us of
tho nglllty displayed bv him in scram
bling Into one of tho iitanlc's lifeboats
ns It vvus being lowered half-llllod with
people, go on to ndvlso tho public thai
he Is nn authority 011 golf, (cumin, and
other popular spoils. They might
have truthfully added Hint ho Is also
universally regarded NOW ns nu ex
poll In the art of bolf.piihervatlnnl
Should bo over tuko to the locluio
platform ha ought to bo ablo (o dis
course convincingly upon such sub
jects as "Crises 11 Test of Character,"
"Heroism In n Wreck nt Sea," "Ite
spnnslhllltleK of Hleamshlp Compa
nies," Up., &c.
A iiillltnrj doctor In a Prussian riv
alry leghnciit recently asked 171 re
cruits to dcilne tho position of the lin
s?rbil ihaneellor Among thu replies
Went: "He makes the ml cm go lipund
down" "He pays Jill state dues." "A
preacher In empire" "Does nil tbo
kaisers writing" "Una llerlln under
him" "Hlnys by the kaiser's sldo 111
battle" "He lules tho whole world"
it tt :: it it n ss tt st ss ss u tt t: ts
tbo palenl rights nro secured tho Na
vy biers will use It.
It Is highly piobahlo that Emlun
Jolyi R MeClaln or the ship Irish will
becomo 11 regular lller with the Navy
heliunl, llu Is now on tho I'ucillo coast
wllh tho Irish, but. has learned to lly
tho hydros nf tho Navy.
Tho rcgulnrfl mo Meut. T. O. Kill
8i)ii, commanding; Lieut. John Hod
gers, brother of "Cal" Uodgers. tho
aviator who was killed, at Los Angp.
. .... . .. ... ' "V11
THIRD NIGHT OF
" BRINGS OUTCLASS
Winno and Williams Roll Up to
Form and Now Head
Sixteen howlers huvp rolled In the
inullfjlug round of tho "Y" singles
tournament, mid but eight scores how
remain to bo recorded. Twelve men
hue to ipi.illfy for the llrst round, nml
tn date Whine with 9C2 and vaMIIIiiiiih
with DM lend the bunch. To date
I'runklln's 72 Is twelfth score, nnd
any of tho eight remaining cemtesinnts
must better thin to got Inside tho lays
There hns been n long stretch of
tournament play nt the Y. M. O. A.,
and It Isn't to bo expected that will,'
enthusiasm should prevail during the
present contest. Tho players, bow
ever, arc taking 11 mild Interest III 10
sults. Following nro tho llrst twelve men
to date. In the order of their iiunllfying
Whine, Williams. !;. Hchmldt, Itle
lovv, IJnrtcr, Dyson, I-'roellcb, White,
Her no I, Kcharllu, Barnaul, Kraiiklln.
Iist night's Kcores:
Wlune 210 1U3 212 102 182 SC2
Darter IT6 1G7 221 11T, 1D2 A91
William. 1SS 1C7 IS'J 2,02. lf,8 014
Wisdom ISO 109 174 ins 141 77S
Hc'linrlln ....177 147 K.8 19!l 1C0 Rfiiv
Ilnrnurd UC 178 U3 170 His 791
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S $ $ ;, It, .j rt. J. .J .J, rt. . . .$ .
" liOI'l.ll Afl.VIX (il.UII'IO.V.
': .lay Gould, national amateur "
? court tennis chumploii. succens- '
v fully defended his title ut the -;'
New York Itaciiuel and Ten-
5 ills Club April 13, defeating ?
,J' .liishun Crane of Ponton three -5
games slialght, 0-3, C-l, 0-0. 's
' This Is tho seventh tlmo ,J
Ooiild has won tho title. ,s
" 5 "S S "J1 'l' !?'? 5- s ?? J
RECORD BROKEN AT
THE STANFORD FIELD
Another world's record went by tho
board In the Stanford liilcrscholnstlc.
(rack meet when Ilerboit Whltted of
tho Citrus Union High School set lip
a now Inlerscholnstlc mark for tho
12i high hurdles. Tho A'-nsii boy, who
Is only IU years of uge, jumped the
slicks In tho remaikably fast time of
Id 2-li seconds, vvhWii surpusscu the
mark mado by It. (1. I.cavltl of l.r 4-r.
seconds at the Princeton luturscho
lastlc In the spring of VM)X I.euv
ltt'a time was eiiunled last year by
H. Schohlngor, who holds the world's
1 coord for tho low hurdles.
Whltted performed his wonderful
feat In the preliminary boats of Iho
event and, just to show that there
was no lluke about the performance,
ho won tho final in tho afternoon only
one-llfth of a second slower, either of
tho tiluls being better than tho pre
vious best wot Id's murk. In neither
nttcinpi did lie dlr.phico nny of the
obhtecles, and he showed perfect form,
winning from his nearest competitor
by 11 l-foot margin. Tho low hurdles
were also won by him In the fast time
of -." 1-5 seconds, or one-llfth of n
second slower than tho previous best
over mado by 11 high school boy, und
one of tho timers caught tho Azusn
youngster In 2.1 dead. Thus two events,
or. ten points, were corulled by the
Undent from tlio citrus belt, and ho
added three morn to his Individual
score by taking the second honors on
tho bioud jump.
JUNIOR LEAGUE TO
Tho O11I111 Junior League will ur-
ratitri. Its Krhfiliitii nt ii tiif.t'tttif!' In !i
held at 7:30 this evening- nt Notley
Hall, cieneral business of Importance
to tlm l,.l(lln will iilsn tin trnnunrti'il.
nnd ari-anicements completed for tbo
opening games of the 1912 season.
The Junior leaguo looks llko u strong
oriranUatlnii this year, and with the J.
t f ,....!...... ,.. ..!... ,1... ..I..nn ..0 11. n
4. v ,iiiii"in . ,ii,v iiiu iiuiu en eiiu
Asnhls, which team has been grabbed
bv tho seniors, tbo circuit will con
tinue with live clubs In tho race for
KASTI'OUT, Me., March 27.--Mony
How coieals aro being turovvii in this
foitnlry, nml oven 111010 now kinds of
fruits are being Introduced. It Is nowa
to most people that over 100 varieties
of mango nro now being grown exper
imentally, most of them coming from
irorto men nml Hawaii. Tliero nro
quite us many soils of dates, though
the practicable! area for Iheso Is limit
ed. Much h hoped for from the Japan
I esc persimmon, ami Japan, loo, con
liibiilus 11 vfgetnbjo rnllod lido, which
Is useful ns u salad or molted llko ns
puiugus. Ju most southern regions
tho dushcHii, resombllnn tho Hawaiian
tnro. Is being rntlier oxtenslvolv tried.
AgrlciiUuro Ii cptnlng tn' bo wonder-1
uiiiy runiiiiiiHHiinn, ami tncrci are tow
valuable crops that cannot bo giowul
within Iho limits of tho United Stutos,
You must get The II u 1 1 e 1 1 11 to
gel the icn.s.
TO DO STUNTS
Rivalry 'Keen In Field Day
.Events Scheduled for
llcsldcs two exhibition ball games,
between teams of the Junior nnd Ke
illor IcngucM reiecllvely, the fans will
have tho fun of seeing nn old-fash-loueil
bnsebnll lle-ld day at Athletic
Park next Sunday. All the accept oil
Munis of the diamond, Including the
circuit of the bases for the fat fel
lows, will be on the card, and among
the local players there Is considerable
rivalry for the several titles. No Held
eljy has been held here for several
years, und there may be new claim
ants for the honors
The throw for distance Is an event
that Is causing much spi dilation.
Johnny Williams, now hurling for.Hno
rnmento, liebl the Island championship
for so.me time, and no one seems 'to
be ubla tn dope out Just who his Mic
lessor will be. All the "strong arms"
uro practising on the eUlet. ',
Hound the liases Is looks llko lint
Tin all the way. This speedv player
can dig bis rplkcs Into the paths hi a
Way that would make Ty Cobb him
Tbo opening game of the double
homier will be between the J. A. V.
Juniors und the All-Chinese Juniors.
Iho closer will briny the Stars and .1.
A. Cs. together,
following Is thu list of Held events:
Ituniilng around the bases fiolu liiiiuo
pl.Ho to homo plate, upon for all
Huiiiilug nround tho bases from home
Plato to plate for those weighing 200
pounds or more.
Accurate throwing to second bake
Throwing for dlstnneo (three times).
Accurate tin owing to home pUite
from any Held (three t lines)
Pitching ball tor strikes (ten balls).
Suitable prizes have been hung up
for tbo winners, to bo clLstrlbulid In
the iiTlfr 0 the. events! named, as fol
lows:'' Talr of Spiildlug luseball shoes,
Jersey, Spalding Individual bat bag,
baseball but, baseball, fl.if) baseball
Ilntrles for the meet will be received
nt tho storo of 11 0." Hall A Son, be
gjiinlnc today. Tho lists will close
Saturday afternoon llach en I runt may
sign up for all events
1 t J4 Is
1'ir.vAiior ivri:ncLA.s.s j.k.kjiii:.
r. w. 1,. l-ci.
Sophomores ." I I ,MI(
liiiitnis ." :i '2 .coo
.Seniors .', -j :i .1011
rrcshiiicn ." I I .-Juo
Seniors (!, Juniors ",
Sophs 111, Freshmen I,
The Sophs have coino up vvllh a
rush In t!io Piimihoii lntorcluss
League, ami with only one game re
maining 011 the schedule, they nro
leading tho league. Tho llnul giuno
will bo ugalnst thu Juniors, und this
will bo decisive, us n win for tho lat
ter will tie the two tennis, while If
Iho Sophs can bat out another vic
tory, their supremacy Is iissured.
it n n
Iver Ijiweon, the grund old man of
blko racing, who, with a number of
other well-known wheelmen, Im trav
eling homeward on the Marauin, says
that tho gaine Is good In Australia.
Ijiwsoii undertook to boost six-day
blko racing nnd Indoor events for J.
I. Williams, 11 well-known (.pint pro
niotcr of Sydney, und beforu the close
of Iho season ho had collected 11 bunch
of riding talent that Would stack up
well In Mudlson Sipiaro Uardon,
'The season closed tho day before!
we sailed, ultlj 11 big meet at tho
Spoils (IrnuiiilH, Sydney," said Ijiw.
sun, In 1lisc11xNln.11 tbo Auslrulljii it-
'Most Interest was centered 111 tbo
match race over one heat of 11 mile, lis
which those). great rlvnls. Claiko and
Uoulltlt llguted,, The' event was won
very easily by Clarke, who Jumped past
(ioullctt with half a lap to go, and
won by two lengths. ' Clin ks,'n splint
was very brilliant, but lloullett did
not exhibit tbo samo 1I11H1 as he did
In his piovioiiH nice with Clarke a
week before). Ho only ai rived fiom
Melbourne on Saturday morning, and
bad not been on 11 bicycle Tor llvo
I'ellow passengers with Lnusoii on
tho Marania, who lire fainouH bike rne
ers, are tiarko, Ooullett, Helilr, (lien
da. Walker and Mitten
Three. First'Clnss Artists
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