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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1912.
BULLETIN'S SPORTS-BREEZIEST AND BEST
EXPERTS WANT DUKE TO "SHOW 'EM"
"Our Dttl:o" In to Ret his drat
the rest of tlio talent, that will bo
ticcldcd, and It's a safe bet that tho
clockors will get a surprises If the
lis Hawaiian Is In form. According
to last acrountB, though, Duko had
been out of tho water for a week on
cccount of a severe cold. If ho had
to annex tho latesf tlilnR In Spring
i.nsal afflictions It's Just as well that
he was bowled over well before tho
team sails for Stockholm.
It looks ns though Ad Wolgasl was
considerably less of a tighter than
ho was beforo his operation for ap-
.nH.lnlf ttMltl lll.l ....... I. n'
livlluiclliB, tvnuu ihiiuiuu iiiiij uu n
comer, and wo aro ready to bollovo
our old pal lien Ilruns when he tells
us thai his protogo Is preparing to
get that "lightweight crown re-,
blocked to fit snugly over his own I
humps, but If It had been tho old Ad
that ho went up against In tho recent
four-round afTolr, tho story would
hnvo been a dllTcrcnt ono.
WolRast has been pretty soundly
toasted tho country over for taking on
n flfrlilnt nt Inn Dlvnru' i-Tilttirn fni litffl
ttliflftl AA Irt hknllf Iir AlnWH HBtllArt Il1.l I . . "
' "" '" """" -" tiuiur, i,ui ,,B colm..unck show July , but It
he can do In open water on Juno l,1 wouldn't bo surprising If tho chain
when tho try-outs for tho Olympic ,,, Ipl n fow worries slip by over
relay team aro scheduled to bo held(n8 Beif.Hnmo Mexican lad. I)y the
r. Traycrs Island over tho regular I way. ,, lm8 oflen ,)Ccn askc(I how a
110-yard course. ThlBdlstanco Is nboutMMlcnn iial)pcI1g lo RI,ort tho good
lis near tho 100 metres as It Is poss- Amcrlrnn nalno ot nivors. There's
Ihlo to got with our standard, nndla Fory there
ns the Stockholm swims aro also to -r,, n-,i n'mn n.ot n,n Mnlcn
W In open water, tho trials will bo
norp nearly llko the real thing than
r.ny number of tank events which
might bo run olf.
Ilesldes Duko, among tho contest,
nuts will bo James Itcllly, Hud Good
win and Nicholas Norlcli, of tho Now
nrk Athletic Club; Harry Hcbncr,
of tho Illinois Athletic; Kenneth Ilu
Hili, of the Chicago A. C,; Duko Kn
liannmoku nnd Kben Cross of
Princeton. I'ctcr McQIIlivrny, bo-
cnuso of his excellent performances
miring tho season, has already been
picked for tho quarter, and will not
bn naked to compoto for a place.
Why tho 8amo exception does not
foiiRlit for Tom McCary at tho old
Maud Junction pavilion, Charley Mc
Hugh, then secretary of tho Pacific
Athletic Club, asked .Too his name.
"Jose Ybarra," said tho Moxlcan.
"Holy Moses," said McIIugh, "I
would forRct that beforo I could an
nounce It. Where do you llvo?"
"Down by tho river," said Joe.
"Well," said Charley, "I'll Introi
Once J on as Joo Illvers."
Tho Moana tournament has been a
rattling Rood thing for tennis here.
That, nnd tho simultaneous arrival of
tho one nnd only. "Hock" wns Just
,what was needed to Rlvo (ho sport a
hold with Duko, Honolulu ncon1o!i.. o.
would llko very much to know. Ccr- ' a U a
tnln by winning tho A. A. It. 100-yard I
championship, and nearly a dozen) Kvcry now anil nRiiln the press ro-
cither races, establishing a now re- ports enrry n illmlnutlvc mention of
cord for the 80-yard distance, and, Joey Tinker, who Is abolit the only reul
making tho 110 In record tlmo In tank'biill-losHcr left nf the old cut machine.
competition, Duko hns mora rlRht to
rest on his laurels than McGllllvray
on any oilier swimmer with tho pos
sible exception of Daniels. Probably
Joe nmy yet get recognition In the big
leagues, but nt present he bus to get
it home run to do It
In the Riune of April 27, when Pitts
tho real reason Is that tho Eastern-burg took Cincinnati Into game by the
crs hnvo heard so much 'of Duko's "slaughter" of S3 to 4, the Ileds used
speed In open water that they wantilB players In the effort to tnp tbe Pl
to sco for themselves Just how good rut ph. All pitchers looked nllkc to Wnf
ho is. It isn't a question of making ner, who slammed four hits, nnd Mill
good, hut of Jiow fnr ho will beat out er, who laccil out live tingles.
Just what you want for
lunch is what we serve. .
Try the lunch
your way home in
at noon and on
Cavalry And Oahu Are Settling It Today'DE MELLO HERE
Hilo Lion Accomplishes Sea
Trip Without the Usual
Urn Do MpIIo blew- In from IIIlo
on this morning's bout, looking fit as
usual, nnd apparently pack lug about
hi-, usual poundage, which will put him
In the ring against George Ingle next
Knlurdm weighing about 143 The(lrt
ilticMlon Hen nskeil when the light hul
got together was what Ingle would
cnlc ringside, anil when told that 135
wound be the maximum ho sported a
plumed grin Although Ingle was even
lighter than thl when he collected a
couple of decision from the IIIlo Lion,
the latter him been given to under
stand that he had greatly filled out,
nnd be rather expected to fight at even
I)e Mello didn't have to be tied In
his elinlr to keep from Jumping over
board tlil trip The Portuguese scrap
per usually takes the count from that
line old K. O artist Mai de Mer, but
Tim riftli Ciivnlry, from Its colonel old polo player In the' days when army The picture hows Lieutenant Hun- out the gnme. mid iillliougli laid up this time he escaped with a fow stilt
Imvn to the latest recruit. Is n regl- ,1M hnrdlv moro tb.in nu cxnerl- son, the star No. 2, and Lieutenant all this wed, will be In the saddle Jolts In the mid section A pleasing
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kccncr'lnlcrcst In "tho game they love regiment by Instituting the "Colonel's work lit No. 1 In the two practlso Oahu will meet at Mi.nhslu.i In Ilia Ilble porting character. Mr Jockey
vt mis rmniny i-'iiie win act as ue
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nrinv tennis that could stack un ncalnst rtnd by glvlnt the plasers even- on- Hnnson wns hurt In last Monday's Play Is scheduled to xtnrt at J in An
the Fifth's llrst four with any chance portimlty to tako part In practise games Kame, being struck on the shin bono Admission fee or VI cent- will
nf success Colonel Wilder, himself an nnd matches conilstent with duly by a llylng ball, but be plucklly played charged to ro Inward eunsi
CONSIDERABLE SHIFTING OF SENIOR
LEAGUE LINE-UPS FOR SUNDAY'S PLAY
i At J . ...
MOTOR-CYCLI8TS TO HAVE
Hawaii vs Asahls In the opener, j pitched lust Sunday, will again oltlcl
nnd J. A C ngaliiKt P A C In tho i nte Snares will hold him, nnd possl
second game. Is tomorrow's orfcrlng of , bly this will be the last chance tho
the Senior League The first game Iv fans will have of seeing the latter In
scheduled for 1:0, and If tho players action. Sonres, who Is u bookbinder
get to beil curly enough tonight they ( by .trade, has been offered n position
limy wukc up In time to commence, on tho Maul News and may go to the
within ii reasonable time of the sqhed- Valley Island.
uled hour. Clarke will probably work for the
The league lenders will be minus tho jj. A. Cs , while Hrlto will get a day
valuablo service of Heine Itnphael . off, his place behind the bat being
behind the bat, und this Is quite n I taken by Iluckley. T Mnrlynma and
serious loss to the team Raphael hnslNlshll will compose the As.ihl battery.
gone to tho Coast for a six weeks' trip
and will bo out of limit ot tho llrst half
games in consequence His place will
he tnken by Hmnuukij, who sometimes
plays tho kcystnno sack. Hilly Wil
liams or Tlrlto will do the twirling for
Kor the P. A, Cs. niishneli, who
V'ollowing Is the present standing nf
the Senior I.engue clubs
P. W. 1 Pet
Hawaii 1 ,-a- 0 1.000
J A. V i i"i I r.67
P A C -.' 1 1 .M0
Stars . . 3 12 .333
Asuhl .... 2 0 2 000
The Mld-Piiiille Motor-cjclc
Club, recently organized by somo
of the live-wire riders of Ho
nolulu ami vicinity, will have
Its llrst regular run tomorrow,
when a big turn-out of wheel
men Is expected to cling from
Honolulu to Wiilalun and return
ia Seholleld llarrucks, where
luncl will bn taken. Kvcry
rider In the city Is Invited to
cunie ulong, the meeting ptaeo
being tho club's new headquar
ters, 1121 Niiiiaiui street, neur
Ileretniiia. The course us mapped
out l about 65 miles.
A meeting of the club will be
held Monday night at 7;3Q at
the same uddress, to perfect tho
There's a double header on at the
Moana courts this nftcruoon. If onn
can borrow a bit of baseball Jargon
for tennis use. Tho I'ort linger and
Donna teams nro lighting It out for
final honors, and four matches will bo
.played to decldo whether the hand
some silver cup offered by tho Moana
rocs out to Diamond Head, or comes
McIIo'k trainer fnr the coining week,
and tile pair went down to Camp Very
this morning to ee If permission to
work out there could be secured.
' Ingle will have the backing and moral
support of the full strength of his fel
low iirtlsanx at Pearl Harbor Moro
than fifty hne applied for accommo
dations at the rliiEilde and aro dick
ering for permission to knock oft work
early enough to take in the open-air
light next Saturday Ingle boxed ten
rounds last night nt the Orpheum, tak
ing on Voung Cuples. Young Qans and
Plug Milne In turn.
The Junior League, schedule calls
for a brush between tho Whites nnd
Talk about coining back! Jim Jef
fries niul others ought to take notlco
of the stunts of J. Ctilhihnn, supposed
ly rcleguted to the scrap heap several
.seasons ugo, for tho veteran Whlto
Sox leader is going some right now.
He bus Ills Sox at the top, und seems
to be 'able to keep tiiein there.
Larry Doyle, captain of the New
York aiants, Is hitting the ball like u
demon In the curly games this season
Larry Is one of tho moBt nggressUo
ball-tossers In the big leagues, and his
st In und system of pluy muko him a
factor In the success of JlcOraw's
Dy BROAD WAY.
'NEW YORK, N V 1-ocul candi
dates for the Oljmplc team uro much
wrought up with speculation over tho
Pnclllc Coast lrout, and tho special
tuwunnru. i wo icaiiiH rcurcscni cacn . r , it .., n ..i i. . . . -
organization .Sows the time to Mdo. and each team is to play both ,, an(1 ,UnK ,,twwl the Asahl
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?, ,..'.' " . "'" "- ""ii".-., uiiu , Bu11(., ,,, interesting sport.
as the Junior League Is out to make
a record for Itself this season.
Whites M Ornellus, c: J Ornellas,
licrs will be let In gratis, whllo
once the Mld-Pacltlcs arc for
mally launched It will cost llvo
bones to become a member.
,$ tif, j s $- s f
shaking In tlnir shoes ut tho prospect
of star performers being unearthed In
tho Kar Weit who may take their taw
and possibly bent them out of a chance
to co to Sloikbolm Kor n time u few
Mike Doolln has not been aide to months back, the Uastern contingent
play regularly for the Plttslmrg Pi- , counted i n tuning practically ocry
rates this season, because of a strain
c! tendon "Actor" Mike expects to
get hack into the game soon, however,
unit when he does, lie protulHcs to mako
things lively fur a number nf the gun
ners In Tom Lyneh's ciicult.
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Final play for the Clysmlo Cup will
bo luld over the Country Club golf
course tomorrow morning; this being
Ists in llebl cciits In particular are ! the Inst crack that can be hail at tho
iropny, WHICH whm pi-netiuieu lur Jan
uary, March and May play. T dill,
with u net and grons 77, made 111 tho
January match, Is still low man, and
has un excellent ehunco of holding this
lead Juck Halt gave him a close
shine with a net 78 In March, and wilt
undoubtedly be u strong contender to
morrow Ills win of the Btewart Cup
In the meantime hns given him added
conlldence and stenilied his play to n
The Clysmle Cup Is presented by
'lino II I).iIph & Co. It Is n handi
cap medal competition, the low- score
of liny of the three contests tnklng thn
The float liub will get busy soon,
C o Iloekus having brought down
with him from the Coast the xupply
of bronze goat medals that tho club
has been waiting somo months fnft
When the gnat-getting commences
there will bo some fun nt tho Country
"Marty" O'Toolo Is gradually dem
onstrating that the Plrnto owners were
not daffy when they coughed SS.OOO
bucks for his services. Iln llgures In
tho win column often enough these
days to satisfy the most exacting, and
bis defeats have been cbwo games
one nf the Held athletes on the Olympic
team, hut all this has been changed
111 the swims the Kast will faro bet
ter 111 point of numbers, but Duke Ka
liiiliiiiuoku, the Hawaiian speed mar
vel, hasislolen all the thunder When
ever km limning is mentioned, everybody
tliluka liiimtdlately of Knhannmoku.
However, no ono grudgts the big Ka
naka Ills laurels, fnr lie is one of the
mokt popular llgures In the athletic
world Just ut present.
East Gets Ted,
l.aWHon lloliei'tson, couch of the
() j Irish-American Athletic (,'lub, pointed
902 Nuuanu Street Phone 2708 g
out the other day that the representa
tion of the Kast In the. Jumps and
weights was cut down by nt least three,
becuuso of leccnt events on the Coast.
For onn thing, tlio return of Ralph
Hoie to thn gume cuts out n weight
thrower The remarkable Jumping of
Oeorgo llorlno explodes tho chances nf
somo Kastern leaper, and thn consistent
vaulting of I. eland Kcott means that
one less Kastern vauller will make the
As things look now, the tnst will
hnvo at least 10 men moro than Its
share-In the Held events, anyway
They are Matt Mcfirnth, Martin Hber
lilau und Pat McDonald, In tho weights;
Piatt Adams, Iluy l.'wry and Dan
Healy, In the stiindliig Jumps; A L
OutlcD-un, In thn running lirond Jump;
Sam Ijiwrence, In the running high
Jump, Illeweit Wagner and It. A fiard-
uer, In thu polo vault Fach of theso
is capable of giving any man a rub
In his specialty, und most of them can
win hands down, they think. Hut -there
are the Pacific, Coast men, nnd
iu Helically nntlilug Is known In this
section about their abilities outsldo of
llorlne, Ilnw and Kcott
Three Flrt-CIii Artliti
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HF.HT KFUVICi: OltARANTKUn
If It's nn even break on sets games
nro counted. In framing the rules
they don't go ns far ns counting tho
points In enso of a tlo game. Should
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contest" and played all over again.
Tho Doutins won onn match and Inst
ono In tho second dny's play against
no Monnn teams yesterday afternoon.
They had such n long lend wllb two
straight-set matches tho day before,
however, that thn. wola-kaMiaos. were
long shots, of the "write your own
ticket" nrlcly. and the conclusion
Willi fnrecnlin tlint fttov wnnl.l linnlf
111) With thn ltllcerH. Tlin (nnrnnnient I t'yelio, rf
hns'been one of surnrlses. for It was I Athletics- Ferrelrn. c
3h. Peilrn. ss; II Wllllnnik. If: F Da-
Ms, cf; Dl.m, rf.
C A- C Xaler, e: Hong Chup, p!
Hong Chong, lb; Ah Hong. lb; Tin
Ven, Sb, Kurn In, s; Ping Kong, If;
Fn Sue, cf, A ha nn. rf
Asahl Jrs S. t'jeno, c; Iwnsakl, p;
T Koines n. lb, Murushlge, 2b; 11. Hu
eoka, 3b. T N'akamiirn, ss: M. Vnma
shlro. If: H Vunaglliaru, cf; T.
figured that the Cnlonlnls would beat
tho army and tho Monnas beat I lib
Donnns. Tho Fort linger combina
tion played steady tennis, nnd the
Donna team served to Introdtico to tho
tournament public four young players
who have nil kinds of possibilities.
Yesterday Anderson nnd Orny beat
Fulthful nnd Poiknr, fi-2, 20, 7-5, whllo
the other Donna team. Young and
Llttlcjnhti, won from Mncaulay and
Slnclnlr, ), l-fi, G-X These matches
lirovhled what was undoubtedly thn
best tennis of tho tournament. Play
wns a good deal faster than tlint of
tho proceeding days, and there wns
n lot morn Interest taken In tho
mutches. Tho Donna rooters, mostly
of tho fair sex, should get special
medals for their valiant work nn thu
side lines. They cut lonso nn assort
ment of ccslntlc staccato screnms.
and concerted gurgles of gleo that
certnlnly had class,
Tho wela-kii bans aro in lino for re
cognition for their true sportsmanship
In not putting their strongest .team In
thn Held. Of tho four who plnyed
David Anderson and IL Slnclnlr nro
so' far aboo thn rest of tho players
In tho tournament tlint bad I hoy
looked up together they would prob'
nbly havo won their mnlchcs by largo
I Florrs, p;
A Parker, lb, a Leone, 2b; Ah Hook,
3h. All Kl, h. S Kahalewal, If, M.
Akeo, cf, N Peterson, rf
FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
"ST. PKTKIlSniUtn, rtusila. A not
Ico has beon received by all tho regl
iiientH In Ilussln In which are officers
who nro In any wny skilled In riding,
fencing, etc., to the effect that they
nro to report themselves In St. Peters.
luirg, ror tho purpnso of commencing
training for thn Olympic games.
Tho llrst F.ngllshmnn In pass tho
winnl'iR post In tho Ilrltlsh walking
conufst held at the Olympic games
last year Is nlso training In St. Peters
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