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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU'f. H, THURSDAY, -MAY2, 1912.-
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i MAUI P0L0I8T& COMING.
Maul will wild n pnln tram
hero to. try for tho lnterlsland
championship this summer. i
Along with this pleasing nit- '
liouncomcnt, however, comes $
the tail news that Kntt.ll will "8
not lip able'tn send n four over 'v
nftcr the title. The probable
absence of Charles Hlec from s
the country for im extended trip
Kant makes the formation of n ?
Kntml team too iini'ertalli. iintl
the Mashers from the Harden
Ulnnil luivo decided to cut out
tho championship thin yeur.
Haul Is nil old contender, hav
liil! held the championship on !
Tho Oaliu playerK are turn
ing "out rcKiilarly for practise,
mid both men and ponies iirp
rapidly RPttliiK Into Khapo for
linill M,. iran'W ..,. .u .
nils stirt pnictle on the .Mo
nnnlua Held, the following play
ers bolnif in the saddle: I'np
tuln Wnlter 1 lltf dkIim m. Harold
Dllllngliiitu, Sam llnldivlii, Ilnrry
Claylord. 1. Lemon. Walter
Kendall.' Henry Iiainon. Wnlter - rn
Mnifarliiuc and John riemliiR
w ' 'S : 'i' ( '? "i 'P
:: :: u
I Hui jlu.llt, ;or ever will he again, to
" " I light nnother clininplonshlp battle.
, Tommy Llitrns must hae lots of light
SllbSCriptlOllS fOr EXpenSeS Of.lefl hi hlm et He Is only SI years
Tnam ArO Gominn 111
I.ONIiON. Kng, Apr. 20. -Sporting
KtiKl.ind does not fancy the dilatory ,
manner In whlih plans for tho Olym
pic games are being carried on. The
trlaN which will be held May 211 and
w litch will he the basis for the selec
tion or the track and Held team tire
not attracting as much, attention as
It was hoped tlicy would, tiliil suh
seriptlnni to the fund w'hlcW tvlll de
fray the training and other . expenses
of the team nro coming In Mlowly.
(iriat Krltalu has pletiry of material
ti make u good bid for premier honors
In the track and IMd uvcnt.iinil tho
renijirk Is freipiently heard If the Fug.
llsli athletes had the snipe hlynl, ''""i
thuslastlc support given tho American
uthlctes they would como pretty near
u.iitiiM inn .iniviivuun uk tiivvntiuiiiii
Ah It is, however, they are not lis hope,
ful as they might Le.
Tho trials next month will be held
under the sanio rules lis will govern
athletics In Kngland there Is a full list ;
of Held competitions.
Thero are no.
walking contests In the tryotits, and
neither Is there iin excuse given for tho
I The running events will be 100. S00,
1 100. 00, 1S00, r.000 meters lint, and tho
I marathon of 20,200 meters, tho 110 inc.
j tcr hurdles, tho running and standing
j high Jump and running broad nnd
n.iitiiiiiiK iiit.tiu jui!!i-, uit- ,iuil, lllll-
' tilng liop-step-and-Jump, discus, Jnve- I
1 llu, shot, hninmer and tug .of war. '
1 Fred W Parker ot the London Ath
letic Club has been appointed adviser
of the team, und ho will have full
charge of everything connected wljh
It until the games are over.
"There will," he said, "not bo the
slightest dltllculty In finding tho mep.
ui i oo nuns w-e ougni io imiiuio me
Americans in one tiling. There-ought
to be a i.er.nanent coach-a man like
Ncl,on. for example-who could 1111 nil
1.1-1. mo h, tindlng and coaching young
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cn, n i r ."i"r""" (V.Tl.,Cimi" """l "f 11" "t'lntH havp eomo
aTo '. ."" "er, A,1".".,,r . m rl,w '" " 0,, '' lf ' Imvo
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am lonkltiR forwuril lo It wIlli u Rood
ileal nf Ititercht "
oMllletiin s Page 01 'Sports
TOMMY BURNS 18
STILL AFTER TITLE
Wants to Take on Flynn July
4, the Winner to Go On
With Jack Johnson.
When Tommy Hurnfc stopped off here
on 'his way. from Australia n month
or so uro ho hitnrted the sporting ed
itor n lot of "come buck" talk and
said he wns 'going to force Jack John-
eon into thcirlng with hhn for n return
match, mid would bring back tho chant'
ploushlp to the white rare. Thli wan
titkott nv mnta nt 1n nf n InUn nt Mil
tCi f(lr 0(h(,rM ,, trnVPrrt oll UlP
-hi., ,,. ,,, f..nnltiv, i.im-li.ln (Pit.
of ileep-kca trnlnluK was dono mostly
on lager beer In the smoklmr room,
liowover, latpndvlces from Me.ittleln
illcnto that the bee Is still buzzing
III Mr. Nosh Itriisso's bonnet.
- A - vldeiice of sincerity In Hip
hilUterTfiuirny Hums has posted a for
rplt of I10O0 to box either Jack John-
Von"or Jim I'lyim. Tommy expresses u
WIllliiRness to substitute Johnson In
Ills July match nnd tnnke an effort
beM icryblo tlremnn. then he wishes
to Inlie 4iiitli.? champion us u rcwurd
Tho proposition to meet Flynn Is n
good one. IIoweer. it will not he one
Johnson nnd Curley will nirept,
are the "get the money, boys."
hlng, It l"ti't likely thatJohn-
I"1"' l" war younger than Flynn
I mill there would ho 11 great deal more
Interest In the July battle between
! Hums ami Fivnn than there win be
between Flynn and Johnson
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STUDENTS' BOWLINQ LEAGUE
P. W. L. Pet,
gt lou, g
w'lt)t. Awakes ..'!. 9
Rollers .'.' C.'!i!'i!9
gparer, . 5i0"'
Tim Whin. Au'nL-ou 1 tinL- ti-
three from the Striken, yesterday nf- , ""'"V1 , '", " ,nect "" B"JJ". nll-arounU team -Mike Fisher lind col
irr.... i, .,..!...- .. ' llmdunto Manager Milton T. Far- hected.
In tho Students' Howling
I II. Ilrouu of the winning comlilna-t
tlon wus high scuro with 1R3 and high
uverugo with US. For the losers
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.,V vw,,vu mu u.i.iisc, I1.
: 13D K3
Inmaii . .
Iteldford . .
White .. .
Double Century Students.
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Lw-ho rbjled qno or more 200 score dur- I
lll Atll-tl tlfA TJ T Pnii.lu, ,C 11 ,h
Ill's April are R. B Cowles (S), W. In-
Llfffln.yL-FawSotli nnd ,11. White (3), W.
Hitchcock (2). L. Clay. It. K. Rcldfonl,
lOthBn 9nn Q...
I'liattached Players who passed tho
double century mark during the month
wr-re-tr F""VVIIliliisoii (27), W. Wil
liams' tl7).-It. II. nietow (13), V. A.
White (10). P. Hernnl (9), J. Whine,
,; """" i'. r. a. iMiRocniiiu anil
JIllro,,, M'a , ", ,., ',," "' " ' ', ', 'vent, tho California sqnaO will be
,J" 'i M;" ' ,rgod stick, hi Hom '" "", Ba,,,eM of Ul 1nl"'8""0
' ?,,r , ' " 1 " "ltl" .1 whlc ! A"80clt"1-' " Middle West Held
,re,"?or "! dents ' ""'J'"' eliminated If necessary.
" ' w v'" " "cuniiui. ij. have knocked oft glove work and will
y"",M ;()-t;r' l'n""- NV' "' '"""-I'levoto their tlmo from now until S.it-m9VjW-
IVunklln. II. Froellch. M. IIar-urday night, when they meet In tho
r '""'.. lL,v- 1,1,lko ). Mornth. Orphpiini ring, to light syni and road
."in pciiiiiini is), unit fi. Mills, S.
Nicholson. II. Yiip, Oeo. Dyson, II. V.
je.-ir, It. S Young, M. It. Roberts and,
(' Hongs (l).
The gold -stickpin for tho most 300
scores In April wns won by Wilkinson. ,
Jle wo,, u 8l ,, rr i.iKl, score.
Wllkliismi still holds the alley rec
ord with hjs 268. Williams Is second
GUAM LEPER COLONY
WILL BE TRANSFERRED
WASHINGTON, I). C. April 20.
The tiovornmonr purposes to Irnnsfor
tho leper colony of tho Island of
(Junin to tho Thlllpplncs, wlicro Iho
lepers nro Interned on Cullon Island.
Congressional action probably will bo
necessary, ns Comptroller of tho Troa-
(.my irorewcll 1ms Informed tho Sec-
rotary of tho Navy thnt tho atmronrla-
Hon for tho fliinm lepers can not ho
utilized for trnnsiiortlng thorn lo or
umlhtulnlng tlioin In tho I'll!) I ppl iioh.
Ilnrry ljeffner, alleged slayer of Mrs.
William Merrill of Joppn, near tho i
town nf Rosebud, Mont., wns "taken I
from Hie county Jail by a crowd of i
seventj -live mnsked nnd nrmed men '
nnd was hanged to a treo on a vacant
lot udjolnlng tho Masonic Temple.
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8EA80N OPENS SUNDAY.
Tho baseball pnrudo that In to $
open the season next Hunday ?
haii boon somewhat curtailed by
the withdrawal of tho Junior '
i" 'League teams from, tho forma
Hon. The rcitKnn for this Is lhat v
p Iho Jlltllors uniforms have not
't nrrlved from, the Coast. Not S
"? that the playcm would hnvo to i
4' piirado In barrels, exactly, but' '5
thnt they would bo In line with" -
V makeshift costumes, nnd would
J- .net prpsent the spick nnd pah
i- rippparnneo expected of tlie
f playera lit tho openhii; of the
Tho Htnrs nro th6 only It-am
of the Henlor I.oikiio that will
bo nblo to turn nut In brand
"M outllts, hnvliiB had their
suits made hero. Tho other
'' clubs sent nway, nnd tholr or- ?
dera have been delnyed. t
Vi Tho purndc Is to start from !
. the corner of King nnd Fort '
streets nt 1 o'clock Hunday. The !
f1 tlvo senior teams, headed by the ?'
i' band, will nmrch to ltlvcr v
( street, nnd thence to Athletic
'? I'urk, where Muyor Fern will
toss the first liall across the pan 'j
for President fhllliiiRworih of
the league to knock over tho
fence. i .s
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MEN TOGO EAST
Success Against Stanford Rc-
c cntly Encourages Blue and
Gold to Go Atter Honors.
SAN FRAKi'ISl.'O. C'al. As n re
suit of the excellent records attained
by tho L'nlverslty of California nth-
letis ut the annual Intercollegiate meet
with Stanford, the student body leaders
of lb,. Stole Institution have unlet I.
cully decided to send n blue nml gold
team to the games of" tlie American
Intercollegiate. -Association on May 30
lit Franklin Field; University of IV1111-
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ctl c,'i T, '"0 I,nlverH,y, f iC'a Ifomla
early In the season and favorably con-
8!,,Te'1' b,tl, --''V committee-of
4 '..-333'An. AMoclnleU Student previous tfl
Saturday's victory. All dojbt as to
o out of "l0 B,,llll' ot "lo t-'nllfnrnlnitenin was
mcr has tnken up the detail arrange
inents with tho olllclals of tho Inter
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", "I wuilii.-vi.il ill inn imi-rt.,1
Lleglntbconferencer meet ut Mlnncapo
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lis, taking third plnco. It was Intend
ed to return tho team this yeur, but
thu surprising strength displayed n
few days ttgo has prompted tho inun
ugemeut to go nuo further nnd meet
tho best cullcgo athletes In tho coun
try. The decision of tho California
leaders with referencu to tho Knstcrn
college championships does not mean
that tho conference meet has been al
together abandoned. If possible, both
games will witness the participation
of the California team. Manager Far-
jiuer Is awaiting an annoiinrvment of
I1"- "y "'"- ', ' Wertwn n
KiH-lulln., , If ullllllnttt lit..,, I.iln:
sociutlon, und. If sulllclcut time Inter
venes; the Itinerary of the blito und j
sold athletes will Include both Western
and Fasteru championships. At nil
ji,y McCarthy and Young Copies
work.' llotli men reel thnt they nro IK
good shape, and that they huvo bad
enough sparring In put their Judgment
n distance npd paco rlglit, nnd they
''i'" afraid or Injuring their bunds If
they continue to box.
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ereo tho bout. Ilcsldes (ho iiinln event,
which will go twelve rounds, thero
Will bo mi elght-rouiid alTalr between
Ocorgo Inglo and Then. Wller, und u
six-round mill hi which Mcltltchle, n
Fort linger scrapper, will go iignlnst
Seats ure now o-n sale ut (lunst'i,
;:! "American" Undcrslung
Types 22 and 34 Can De Goen at Ourtlvlllo tictress Tho wcdilliiR took
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea nnd Hotel Streets
GEO. C. BECKLEY, Solo Distributor
YACHT CLUB STARTS RAPID FIRE
CAMPAIGN TO RAISE RACE FUNDS
Committee of Live Wxes Appointed Last Night to 'Accept
Subscriptions from Honolulu Sportsmen Race One of
the Most Valuable Promotion Schemes Within the Reach
of Island Boosters.
After letting the matter of raising
funds for the trip of tho cup defender
lapso for hcvcrnl weeks, the Hawaii
Yacht Club has planned n rnpld-Ilro
cninpalRii that Is aimed to carry the
people of Honolulu off their feet nnd
their purses Into the club treasury nt
one nnd the same timp. At ii meeting
held Inst nlRhl Judge Cooper, president
of tho club, nominated tho commit-
tee that Is to handle the milwcrlptlon
lists, and these men, good money-get-
tors every one, will start nut this morn-
Inx They won't have to do much tnlk-
Ing. for everyone knows what a boost
for Honolulu tho trnuspaclllc race Is
"'"' l'nw much It means to the com-
Inunlly us n whole to be represented
by tho winning yacht.
The committee thnt Is to pnss tho
t bat consists of Commodore F. M.
Jlnteh (chairman), VT h. Shingle, V.
II. Mclnorny, O. T. Wilder and W. C
Wilder, from Honolulu; Commodore
Unfits Spalding, Kiiiiul; Sam Haldwln.
Jlnulj W. J. McKay. ifaw;all. The mem-
TACOMA TIGERSWINNERS OF
1904 PENNANT, CROWD OF STARS
Nn morn famous team In tho base
ball history of the l'aclllc Const ever
was banded together than tho Tnconiu
Tigers, who, back In IDOI, when Tn-
"" ws meniber of tho league,
wl" ,"10 I'cnnnut. The team wns
""t"'' not nl0"0 l""CallS0 of winning
"J""" '" "'? i1,?"" HVl b'
" B" 'l'1!? r"i '""J ' ,ho '"
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I m"all clubs on tho Coast dldn t
I carry tho number of men that Is now
" tiouiui". .mm loiiiii'cu iiien coin-
J'."""' "" '"Jorhp1" Z'l
II speakn well for tho players, that
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thpm ,. t0(ja cIub InnnnBPrB two 1,,
tho Coil8t L(,BKU0 an, two
fcortliwost. That is somctli
I record nnd proves best of nil
ill two 111 tho
something of it
nil whnt nn
1'erlCa.soy, who lias seen service In
both tho Coast nnd Northwestern
leagues, Is now n Const I-enguo um
pire. Truck Kugan, nftcr his work with
Titconin, spent thron or four months
with Pittsburg, but Anally camo back
to the Coast. Ho Is now employed at
tho Union Iron Works, having quit
Hobby Kecfo went from tho Tigers
to tho New York Americans. Ho Is
now with Cincinnati und Inst year had
n good season as u box art Int.
(Jcorgo Mclaughlin, ono of tho out
fielders, has retired from tho national
! ! 4- !
Then) will he live teams In the
Junior l.caguo again this year, hut ut
a meeting held Inst night It was an
nounced that the teams would not ho
tho same five that raced for tho pen-'
mint In lull.
This year the Asahts will bo re
placed by the'Asahl Juniors, last year's
champions having been taken Into tho
senior fold. The While Sewing Mu
chlno Co. enters a team to bo known
ns tho Whites, which will tako tho
plnco of the Aulas. Tho J. A. t Ju
niors come In in place of tho I'alanuis,
These, with tho Muhocks and C A.
I'm. of last year, conuirlso the city cir
The season will open May 19, with
ra'ues lie ween tno J. A. Juniors
mid ''. A. Us. und tho Muhocks tin.!,
Whttru, tho Asahl Juniors gclthr; u
lav cIT. Tho remainder of tho sched
ule I nsn't been announced as yet.
John K. Not ley wus reelected pres
ident und manager, ('. K. Abu was re
elected vlco president. I'M N." (J. Jack
sou was chosen secretary and olllclal
scorer, K. C Almnii treasurer, and M.
I'ohIu auditor. ,
t JSAN ELOPER
NKW YOUK, N. Y April 21, "Hud"
Klslicr, tho cartoonist. Is n benedict,
Ho emhnrked on tho son of matrimo
ny via tho olopomont route. Tho young
wonmn mm wnon. jisuor una oookcii
iMiDoahu '( inu mu HH' "(in i'lifii
Paulino Welch, n pretty blondo vnib
placo Friday night, nnd whllo nolthor
of thu clopcrB told anybody whoro
tjioy wore going on their honeymoon,
It Is believed that thoy are on their
way to San Francisco.
Mrs, Flahor lived with her mother.
Mrs, Welch knew nothing of tho plans
of her daughter to marry, and tho
mows camo as a shock to her,
hers of the committee now In the city
will hold a meeting nt noon today nt
the l'aclllc t'luh, to decide on details
und to add lo their number uliy person
whom they think will provo a good
Tim yacht club's proposed new boino
ul l'carl Harbor was discussed at some
length last night, but no docMon wnn
reached. All nro agreed that It would
bo nn excellent thing for the sport i
lit up tho Alellretv place us n regular
club, nnd keep nn estubllshmeiit of
servnuts tht-ro fdr the convenience of
the cruising members, but until tho
matter of race funds Is disposed of.
the directors did not feel justllled In
, obligating the treasury to this matter.
Saturday inornliifj shortly after
'eight o'clock, Captain Htroud Intends
: In take tho yacht Hawaii out for a
i . . , .i .
trial spin, taking as his guests mem
bers of tho press. Tho schooner ha
been off the wnys for two days and Is
"pitched within and without" nndiinlto
ready to go to sea.
I'llcher lllll Thomas went lo una
of tho big lenguo clubs, but was farm
ed out to tho Fnstern I-eugno and was
drowned some tlmo ago.
Orylo Overall Is ono of tho most
famous of thnt team. Ho was Ilrst
secured by Cincinnati nnd llnally wont
to Iho Cubs, where ho achieved lilt
greatest Biiccoss. Overall Is practi
cally out of baseball, although ho
Pitches a gatno now und then,
Cluirllo Graham, tho Santa Clam
College boy, who realty managed Tn
coniu for Flaher ns well ns being tho
catcher, Is one of tho owners of tho
Sacramento club, which club ho ac
tively managed until 1'ntsy O'llourko
took tho helm In 191 1, thereby reliev
ing (lialiani. of n lot of trouble, flra
hum wus with tho Iloston Americans
for n. time, but prcfertcd life on tho
Mlko Fisher has drifted away from
busobitll and Is now a substantial cit
izen In Seattle, whero ho mndo a lot
of money running n dance hall.
Lou Nordyke, the llrst Backer, m
tl o manager of thi Victoria, II. C,
team In tho Northwestofn I.oaguc.
Milto Lynch, ono of tho outfloldors.
Is rounding nut liU bnsnhnll career
as tho tuannger of tho Tncotna toani.
whllo ho helped win u pennant. Chnr
ll'i Doyle bus been In nnd out of
bacball sluco 1901, Today ho Is run
ning n cigar stand In Sncromcnto and
trtiy niunngo tho Sacramento learn In
too fiunday lndepcu'I"iir leujiio
Frcmnn Fttzgeral.l is r. Sncianienlo
ldtcbir, whllo Jimmy St. Vraln, cue
oi tho pitchers, who for n tlmo wns
v'l'i tho Chlcugo Na'li'i.iils h-s
ti'v.ppcd out of tho gaino.
'lummy eihechan, whoso mnjor
1 tiRiic career wns vltn ths I'lltsburg
N-'i cnnls, Is ):-rv with Hie tiemiioiH,
nnd Hup Hogan well, everybody
knows llnppy and his wondorful suc
cess ns manager of tho Vernon VII
lagors. Ilogan wns nothing but a
change catcher In tho old days up In
Tiirninii. Now ho Is reckoned n
mighty shrewd baseball maniac".
MILLIONS OF FOLKS
They nctcr luno Headache, Bilious
ness, Sluggish Liter or How els or
n Sick, Sour Stomach.
No odds how had your llvor, Btom
hcIi or bowels; how much your head
achos, how tnlserablo and ttncoinfoit
ublo you nro from constipation, Indi
gestion, biliousness and sluggish In
testines you always get tho desired
results with Cnscarots and quickly
Don't lot your stomach, llvor mid
bowols jmiko you mlsorablo nnothor
moment; put nn otid to tho hoaracho,
biliousness, dizziness, norvousnoss,
sick, sour, gassy stomach, hacknclio
and nil other distress; cloanso your
Insldo organs of all tho poison und
offato imtttcr which Is producing tho
Tako afCnscnrct now; don't wait
until bodtlmo. In all tho world thero
Is viio remedy like. this. A 10-cont
box mo'nns health, happiness and n
plcnr head for months. No moro
days of gloom and distress If you will
tnko a Cnseltrot now nnd then All
,,niBKll,t8 so) Cascarcts, Don't for-
got tho children tholr llttlo Insldca
need it good, gontlo cleansing, too,
Three First-Class Artists
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