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DUKE FIRST NOW.
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c Daniels of the New York AthV'tal
'! leuc ciuo, Americas greatest, ,-y
j- all-round swimmer, will not !
! compete In the Olympic gainess .
i next July. Up has asked thatj Jl-
! his name be sqratchecl from the (Sf-
t list of candidates ($:
'!' The absence of Daniels It '
' likely to deal a death blow to
v this country's chancpN In win- ?
nlng the relay race, which
probably will decide the Olym- $
pic rivalry In aquatics between ?
f Australia, Kngland, Oerinany $
' and the United States. S
'! Duke Kahanamoku, the Ha- ?
wnllan, Is now the mainstay of ?
e the American swimming team.
'' He Is looked on to win njl his '
rollers" "get i
LINE WITH A'
STUDENTS' BOWLING LEAGUE.
. P. W. L. Pet.
Wide-Awakes .. 4.3 3 0 1.000
St. Louis 6 5 1 .833
Strikers 6 3 3 .500
Sparers 6 2 4 .333
Rollers 6 2 4 .333
Splitters) . . . 3 0 3 .000
The HolUrs buike Into the win col
umn of the Htudents' Uowllng: I.mikuo
yesterday afternoon, tukhiB two out
of threw from the Sparers. They
dropped the llrst MrlnK by HI pins.
but ciiinu back strung In the next
two. while their opponents fell with
a loud, HlckciihiK thud. Scores of 117,
105 and 101 In the xamu came aro
Very, very sad.
II. Morgan was high man with 1CB
und high uverago with 102 for the
Hollers, l'or the losers Coney's 1S1
was top iiiarki while (lay copped thu
average with 137.
(Jay HO 117 154 111
Coney 181 101 113 398
1'uMsulh 124 105 123 352
445 32C 390 11G1
II Morgan 1C5 1C5 155 185
Campbell 11 102 132 363
Hitchcock 130 164 1CI 445
414 421 448 12&3
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ATHLETES TO BE
GUARDED AT SEA
Ni:V YORK. N. Y, Apr. 19. The
steamtdilp Finland, which will carry
I'ncla Sam's athletes to battlo with
foreigners for the leadership of ulh
leteh of thu world at Stockholm early
In July, will be provided with plenty
of llfebuuts and rafts to keep n limit
at one time nil tho people on board.
Tills was the announcement made
last night by the transportation com
mittee of the American Olympic com
mittee, composed of Harlow H. Weeks
(chairman), James II Sullivan und
Alfred H. Curtis, after a conference
with the custom house authorities.
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PNG TOGO -
Will Never Fight Again and
'Honolulu Fans Won't See
Him In Action.
Honolulu light funs who werq look
ing forward to seeing Young Togo, tho
Jjipanesu prodegy, In action, aru doom
ied' (to disappointment Young Togo
.will necr light again He is nearly
Hoy Moore got n decision over Togo
April 18 atOaMand. In n ten-round
mill, and ' wlnju Moore was through
with 111 Ki the Jab.inesu bantam didn't
Vyfchjhifve'a. reputation left.
-The Snn IrntiflHco Chronicle of the
jfolftwlng day says
loung Togo, the Japanese 105-
poundvbo.jer, who was 'beaten by Hoy
loonV In' Oakland, will never light
again, according to the statement of
I-ddle Iloblnson, his manager After
the match, Itoblnson felt Miro that
there wus soiut'tlilng the mutter with
the little boxtr mid sent him to Dr. K.
D. ShortlldRe for an examination of
lla, eytn. T)ie test, Dr Sliortll'dgp tayn
In u written statement, proved thut
Togo has practically no use of the left
eye, which Is entirely blind, und that
ho has but hair the noruiul vision
from the right ee Early In his Oak
land light Togo wus struck n the
right eyo nnd went through his ten
rounds almost blinded
"Under the condition, with Togo In
bud sjiape for eyesight, Itoblnson feels
that the boy could not alTord to tuku
chances with the vMou that Is left
It Is still possible that Itoblnson
will bring Togo to Honolulu fur a rest,
but there will be no lighting here or
anywhere else for him.
Jack Onlt won ids way Into the fi
nals of the Stewart Cup golf tour
nament at the Country Club by de
feuUng E. 1. Spalding 4 up and 3 to
play last Wednesday. , Spalding's
handicap Is 37, while Oult played with
an allowance' of 12 strokes, requiring
him to ,co.ju.de Ills opponent 12
strokes, thrwfotirths of the medal
Spalding Was putting yer? unstead
ily, and tills In a laige iifcasuro ac
counted for his defeat. Iloth men
played below their usual form
It now remains for JnmcH (irelg and
Dr a. Tucker Smith to play off their
einlllnul match for the honor of con
testing the duals with fi.ilt Tho
Grelg-Smlth match Is scheduled for
next Sunday, and the former will con
cede his opponent 2 strokes.
IH DR, RODGERS
Following tlto openltiK of tho will of
tho late Dr. O. T. Rodgeni arrange
ineiitH for (lie funeral wcru changed,
as he had expressed certain wishes,
ono of which was that ho should bo
cremated. TIiIh was done nnd thu
ashea will be burled at u private er
vlcn given under the, auspices of tho
Also In compliance with tho will,
.ludgo Sanfurd n. Dole, Professor M.
M. Scott ami I'rofosBor W. 1). Alexan
der were honorary pallbearers. Tho
rnllbearort) woro K. II. Hendry, K. C.
Howe, W. C. I'arker, David Lawrence,
V. L. Wlcke and L. L. I.a l'lorre.
Tho floral tributes wore very beau
tiful and several addresses woro made
by old friends of the doctor's.
Professor W. I). Alexander nnd
Henry .Meyers wcro named in the will
as executors and most of thu estato
goes to charity.
CHILDREN'S DRILL IN
S. A .PROGRAM HERE
Tho meetlngH conducted by Col. Geo.
French of tho Salvation Army uro
largely attended und deservo the at
tention thoy recelvo becauso great
pains aro taken to havo a varied and
attractive progrnm. It Is learned from
.Major Willis, the energetic huud of tho
Army's work In tho Islands, that all
the time between their nailing for lit
lo n,nd thq return of Col, Trench amj
Mnjor WIIIIhV Is taken up' with in,eeU
lugs In the dirforent Corps and camps
and tho long and tedious trips be
tween these places.
On their return to Honolulu a. very
Interesting program is planned u
drill by thu children of thu Mnuou
Home, the date to bo given later; of
ficers' councils and other Important
meetings, .and u big duy on Sunday
Tho Colonel Is surely a very buiy
man und If ho restR It will liava to be
on his lelurii voyage to "Iho StaleB"
which Is postponed till May.
A special meeting of O.iliu railway
stockholders will bo held on April
30 at 3 o'clock ii. m., to discuss tho
proposed Increase In stock by a stuck
dividend. r -
' HOW' THEYSTAND
(.Percentages April !0.)
Vernon . ,..-,M0"
Los Angeles 0
San Francisco ,, 5
.Cincinnati 4 1
I Philadelphia 4 2
8t. Louis 4 2
, New .York 4 3
I Boston 3 4
Brooklyn ......2 4
Pittsburg 2 4
Chicago 1 4
Boston .. .
Detroit ., 3
St Louit ...2
New York 0
I Spokane 1
i Seattle 1
I a n a
England vs. Scotland Draw
Game Drew More than
Scotland nnd 1'nglaml plajed a
drawn game for tho lnltrnatlonul foot
ball championship March 23 lat. and
details of thu play which reached Ho
nolulu recently ludlcuto what a tre
menduus hold soccer lias on the llrlt
ishers. The crowd thut witnessed the
rcent International wus three times
ns targe lis would, liocoiwhlervd u big
attendance at u world's championship
The score was u draw, 1 to 1. The
following, as a. comparison wih the
preliminaries of a big .baseball chain
plunqhlp, Is uf Interest lo American
"GJimtfow was she magnet -which
this afternoon drew football enthusi
asts In from u wide urea. The strike
of course had Its effect on the ruli
from without, but In spite of tho re
stricted train strvlco there wus a largo
dialn made on the nearer districts,
while from far out putts considerable
numbers of people were drained. Onco
within the city the Muni was the fa
imiiitt enclosure ut Mount Florida.
Hither tho crowd began to go at mld-
d.i, three and a half bonis beforo
tho time of the match to start Glas
gow people soon Joined In the treck.
and at 1 o'clock there were a thou
sand or two arranged In long pigtails
waiting for ndmlsslon. The ground
llllcd rapidly. Thu spacious terraces
Were soon clustered with speUutois,
and when the representatives of the
IThUtlo and Ilosw apiicared the approv
I imali- attendance wus put ut dote on
"Tho streets of Qladgow presented
the usual animated apienrnii.o, tuduy
pilor to the contest at Hampden I'ark.
It was the forty-first of the sirles,
Scullnnd claiming seventeen wins,
England a dosien, with cloven drawn
gi.mes, nnd as each had beaten Wjiles
nnd Ireland, the International cham
pionship depended on the match.
"The day was delightfully line, tho
tun shining brightly: whilst the
ground, ir Just n trltle soft, was In
re.illy excellent condition. The usual
couiploio arrangements hud been
made, and terra -Ihk slightly Increased
at eastern corners. OateH were open
ed soon ufter 1, und 0 couple of hours
later there must huvn been 00,000 pres
ent, Willi the crowd tlll stieumlng
through the many entrnncijs.
"Crowd Takes Potaetslon,
"Several cases for nmbiilance arose,
nnd n. quarter of an hour beforo tho
tlmo for Hie, start (3:30) the crowd
took possession of the cinder truck,
encircling tile pitch 'In thousands.
Crowds were still pouring through tho
turnstiles. Strong police reinforce
ments nppeared on tho scene to ileal
with those yho hud Invaded the gruss
at the "western end. .There must hnvo
been wellyover UiO.000 present. Somo
thought tho record, of four jenrs ago
likely to bo beaten"
- FAMINE FUNDS
A lottor dated Shanghai', April 1,
from the Central China. Relief Com
mittee, to Ilov. Francis W. Damon,
wus received. In tho last mall from
tho Fur Fust.' Tho letter says that
tho committee Is very grateful to the
Honolulu uuxtilllary committee for
the generouB contributions sent.
Tho letter In a brief 'way states tho
actual conditions there, ant) thu woilc
thut ttiu Relief Coiumlttco has been
SENIOR LEAGUE CLUBS TURN
IN FINAL LISTS OF PLAYERS;
BUSHNELL PLAYS WITH HAWAIIS
Tho Senior League clubs turned In
their lists of plajers at a meeting
heh last night, each team being al
lowed 18 men on Us rolls Only by
unanimous, consent of the other clubs
Is It possible Tor liny club to add play
ers to Its llt, and In no case can
the total number curried at unc tjme
Tho controversy over lliislinell, the
speedy P. A. C pitcher, who accepted
tile captaincy of tho Portuguese this
season ami then wns lured uwny by
the Hnwnlls, bus apparently ended in
favor of tho lattir teiini, for llushnell
appears on the llawull raster. How
ever, that team loses Murklutm, who
has gone over to the J. A. Cs. Tho
I'ortuguesu ore still trjlng to get
HuMinell -back, but ut this date It's
Improbable that any readjustment will
Thire will be Borne new faces on
(ill the teams this season, the Stars
leading In the Hit ot recruits, having
no less than twelve new men of the
1 18 cairled. Tlie Star recruits Include
lleeve, u fast shortstop formerly with
Vernon In tho Coast league: Xavlcr
and Klbbey, pitchers; Haldy nnd
Wlniie, 'cutcheXo: Schiirlhi, Kentnor
nd 'i Miirciillliiv, outfit-Idem; t).
l'rosser, a llrst sucker; Schumnn nnd
Duulop, second bust-men, und liurns,
New men with tho Ilawnlls aro
Hrlto and Uiislmell, pitchers, thu for
mer from the Junior league und thu
latter from the 1. A. C,! Kn Sue l'ung
nnd Oulntnl. outfielders; Meyer, u
third-base recruit fioin thu Plantation
League, mill Webh-y, u recent iirrlval
from tho e'oast, who plujs short.
With thu J. A. Cs. nro Hampton, nil
Inllelder; Markham. lust jeur of the
Haw'alls; Iluckley, u ciitchtr from the
I'hiiitutlon League, mid (1 Hi mis, tho
old I citable llrst sucker, who Is back
III the game after mi absehce of sev
FOR JUMP ALLOWED?
That the world's high Jump of G
feet C 1-8 Inches recently established
by Ueoigo llorlne of Stanford will bo
accepted by the Amateur Athletic
Union was the Information reueved
In San Francisco rceenlly by John
ICIIIott, president of the l'nclllo As
sociation. James K. Sullivan, secre
tary of thu A. A. U-. usks for uddi
tionul details In eonuectliui with thu
sensational performance of the Stau-
'furd iitldete. He Is unxloiis tu kliuw
Hie puitlciihir Jump that resulted hi
Horlue's re-cord, whether It was on thu
llrst Jump or thu last uttcnipt, tho eli
lectlun uf the wind und tho proper
length of the pins thut supported tho
I While there Is not the slighter! dis
position on tho pint of I lie Kasteiu
oilirlalM to doubt the record iniido by
Horiiie, the ipiestluus usked aru In
lino with tho Imtiilrh-M made In simi
lar cases. President Klliolt stated
that all of thu facts covering llorlnu's
great! Jump would, shortly bu for
warded. E.W. SUTTON
Offered a position In the tlrm of
Smith, Wurreu & Hemeiiwny, Deputy
Attorney Gouural 10. White Sutton has
resigned unci his place Is to bo taken
by Second Doiuity Arthur 0. Smith.
The position of second deputy will bu
, tilled by Leslie P. Scott, who takes
' over the position on Muy 1.
' Tho fact that Sutton was to resign
has been known In the olllce for some
tlmo past hut announcement wus post
poned until arrangements hud bcun
completed fur tilling the position.
, Sutton has handled somu big cases
for tho Territory during tho time! ho
has llllcd tho position of first deputy
and has been generally successful.
I During the last six months thu tusk
of blazing (lie way In thu banana
1 trials and In the bolt road suit full
to him mid although tho Supicmo
Court decided ugalnst the Territory
tho popular young attorney put up u
Sutton will he missed by those in,
tlie capital for hu always had n sinllo
ready and u helping bund out to any
one who, needed It.
President l'rutt of tho Health Hoard
repoilcd ycslorday In connection with
his trip to Molokal and tho lluu)il ox.
piesfcctt Itsolf us being geneinDy pleas
ed with thu work that Is going on.
Heports from the Inspectors In Ha
waii show that the campaign ugnlnst
ruts Is going ahead fast and, that thoy
nro being cuught In grout numbers, thu
lutal now leaching 8000, Mongoose
aro also beluu cut right down.
Tho Portuguese are In pretty good
shape, having only two new men on
the rolls. They are Ijx Mere, tho fast
soldier player who holds down the
ke stone sack, nnd bunn, a pitcher
from St. Louis College.
The Asulils hat- practically tho
value teum that won the Junior
League pennant last year.
Follow hip Is the complete roster of
Senior League players:
W. II Hayes, H. M. Sumner, II J.
Hum", J. A. Xnvlcr, F. A Kentnor,
H V. Klbbey, It. A. Dunlop, J S.
Kusclinento, N. If. llooplll, V Mar
cnlllno, H. K. 'Miller, D. l'rosser, CI.
W. Schumnn, tltorge Haldy, (leorgu
lteeve, J. 1. Wlnne, F II. Joy, (cap
tuln), I. Scharlln.
S. (1 Nuda (captain), S. Hayaslit,
H. Sakaluu, K. Arakl, K Imaiiaka, Y
Murakami, J. Kurisakl, K. Nlfchl, ('
.Morlyamn, T. Morlynmn, S. Suloku,
S. Uycno, N. Kojlmu, M. Yumarhlro.
C. Ilrlto, H. U. Hanmuku. II. Ra
phael, Kn Sue l'ung, A. 8. Dreler, A.
M. Desha. O. D. Mclntyro, I). U De
sbn (Captain), W. A. Meyer, 11 nush
uell, A K. Lola, Q. M. Quintal, G. 11.
J. K. Nolley, II. A. Chllllngworth
(captain), F. M. lYIesell, A. Mndelroi,
A. K. Akuna. F. Zerbe, II. Zerbe, A.
' W. I-Yniicn. II. Hrlto, J. Ross. H. Kua
III, Win Hamilton, F. Mnrltham, O. It
.Clark, R. I). Hlickley, D. Kealolia, O.
K. Ilruns, II. Wulker.
P. A. C.
J. Orncll.iR. a Madeira, M 11. Fre
Has, A. Sousa, M. FllJtr, A. 1'. I.lno,
M. f' Rego, F. Josepli, M I)u Polite,
U W'Hoares (cuptalirF. J. lai Mere.
G J. Dunn, A. Josepli,
I ji ivrr i joftfl
'J lie yacht Huwull, looking like u
new e raft, will go onto thu marine
railway some time today to have her
bottom cleuiied mid painted In prep
nratlon fur the long run across tho
I'aclllc and back. Thu yacht Is In
sph;iild condition, nnd when her new
suit of sails Is In place, shu should
bu as fast, It not u trlllo fuster than
Caples and McCarthy nro both work
ing conscientiously for their light May
4. MiCurthy has the gloves on every
ufteriiuoii with the uspliing pugilists
of t'nnip Very, Willie Copies, on ut
count of ills steady employment ut
I'eurl ullrhor, has to do his boxing ut
night. Hu diaws unite u crowd nt tho
Oipheiim every evening.
There will bu the usual Saturday
pulp gamo at Mounaluu tomorrow af
ternoon The teum Is minus the ser
vices of George Deulson tor it while,
ho having genu to tlie Count with tho
l'nlamti and Kalliil basketball teumi
will meet on tho former's home Moor
tonight. The winner will have a right
to the Island title, tho teams having
broken ovep Willi eacli other and both
having disposed uf tlie other contend
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ull Remedies In this community only
at our Btcno Tho Itexall Store. Hen
son, Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort nnd Holel
Ilcrgor's band plityed down tit Ka
kuuko last night und tho muslu wus
much upprcelnted by tho residents of
: : ; . .. $ . . . .j.
Inspector Finch was appointed to
tnko tho pluco mado vacant by Haydeu
of West Hawaii leaving.
Tho resignation of Mr. Itelnecke, as
Slstunt at the lecelvlm; uinilim i n
Wavsou, was also received. Roluccko'
gOeS to Australia. Wlmr.i li., U. I.. I..
u furm near Sydney on Cook's river.