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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912.
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DUKE MAY SWIM IN TRIALS FOR
AMERICAN OLYMPIC RELAY TEAM
Hawaiian Crack Writes John F. Sopor That He Is Pau Until
Stockholm, But Eastern Papers State Otherwise.
John I' Sopor, who was largely In-iCnurso enn ho laid out The lake
slrumontnl In raising the original fund
lh.it hpM Duke Knlimiiitnokti and Vln
Kilt llrnoves on their Kastcrn pIlRrlm
age, tins Just received n Utter from
Duke The Hawaiian swimming crack
says that lie In III rojmI shape, hut that
he doesn't expeet that he will do any
swimming In eomiietltlon before the
l)Iniplcs. in the water Is rnntlilcred
too cold for open water racing
This. Iiowovcr, It at variance with
recent newspaper reports of the swim
ming program The Christian Science
Monitor (lloston) of May IB curries
mi excellent pl lure of nuke and the
following stor.v. published tinder New
York date line''
'Chut the tryouts for the American
relnv swimming team will not he held
hefnre June S has now been definitely i Interference)
dechleil upon An now planned the
event will cither take place lit Trnvcrs
Hand. June S, the only day on which
the tide will l0 satisfactory, or u
couple of dnM later. In Verona lake, u
small pond near Orange, N J The
latter place may he given the prefer
ence because It will pro hie conditions
almost Identical to those found nt
Stockholm In July The water It prac
tii.ilh of the same temperature. It It
fre h nnil a utrnlBlitawny 110-V.ird
OAHU POLO CLUB
WELL FIXED FOR
PLAYERS JUST NOW
Honolulu Is better off for.polo play
ers t him ninny places oil the mainland
an hero the gnmo Is innilo fur more of,
and which draw men nnd pontes from
nil over the world. Hero Micro nro
nlwava plenty of men anxious to piny,
nnil there Is never any question of
getting up two fours. In ninny so-
courso can he laid out The lake is called polo centers this Is not llio
privnto' property, hut no illlllculty It cubo, nnil especially does It npply to
anticipated In obtaining permission to California In Southern California
uso It. David Hlnybaek. the owner. Is
a well-lnown promoter of nthlctle
sports, ,nnd will prohnhlj ho only too
Kind to help the kw limners.
A new plan which has heen submit
ted to tho committee appears to bo
receiving general approval and ma) be
adopted. It It to exclude from the re
lay trials nil the men who hnvo been
selected already for the Individual
As matters stand, It It believed that
over ten Martcrs will report for the
race, viz, Knhanamoku. McOIIlvray,
Items. Ilebner, Krls-cll, Mnntell, Hux
riiRh, Cross, Nerlch, Goodwin nnd pos
sibly Johnson, and Willi such n Held
could hardly be avoided
over tho long course. If Instead the
four llrst named, who have been pick
ed respectively as the century, rurloMg,
middle distance and back stroke repre
sentatives, nre left out, the competitors
would bo reduced to half a doen nnd
make things much more satisfactory
Then n lln.il test could be Riven the
men at Stockholm. Just before the
lmet. and tho four best be ehoten with
nbolute certain! of their being en
titled to the places
Bio Fields Will Start In Run
ning and Bike Events Over
i VI ftu js.4 .4i
WeeklylSuIletin $JPer Yar
Knlrles for the Halelwa race closo
tomorrow nt noon, but H Is doubtful
If mi) more names will be lidded to
tho Hits of tho three events Tin
runners and bikers are so keen on tho
contest 'thnt they put their mmw
oown ilis, and In some cases weel-s,
In advance, so that thero would be no
-dip-up at the last minute
The lirl It Inrscr than In I901 or
19)0, am breaks a record for numbers
ill tho running n)ont .No lest thin
tiventccn men have put their nam-
down fof tho 33-mile nice from the
Pa elwa Hotel to the Wnlklkl liiu.ninl
fiim piesent nssuniuccs, nil but two
are certain starters This Is enoiMh
ii ' n to handle expeditiously ami as
the runnlilR class of the Island Is r-p-rc
nteil. tho conimlttpc It not beating
the lanlaim for moro competitors
course, anyone who thinks ho has ui
ehnnce of winuliiR Is welcome to start,
and there Is u long list of merchandise
prlr s well worth winning, hut In the
i ntrj list nre nil the known crack dis
til lie, men, and If u possible winner
shows up at the hist moment ho must
be of tho dark-horso order.
This Is tho third ear of compel'
lion for the Dluioud Cup, and tho rac.o
ne.t Tuesday will undoubtedly set'lo
Its pennant nt ownership. Ac'irClm;
tr tho deed of gift, tho cup Is to be
won by the man getting tho most
points In threo rates' llrst place to
count G, sic nnd !i, nnd mi on down to
sixth place, which counts 1 point N'l
gel Jackson, by winning In 1909 mid
Miming second III 1910, Is 11 points to
tho good Vincent Clonics, who won
In 191Q, but did not compete In tho
Hist race, has 6 Wilson I'eaRler lln-
Ishcd third In both races, mid his S
1 olnts This gives Jackson a big lend
tor the trophy, for should Ooiiii vv'n
again, Jackson would onl have to fin
ish llfth to beat him b one, and should
1'ei.Rler win, Jackson could noe him
out by coming In third Of course. In
the event of Jackson llnlslilng outsldo
the llrst six, either Gomes or Keaglcr
has n chance to walk off with tho tro
phy, but the former Is running In good
style, nnd If self-confidence counts ho
will win the event.
The service will be represented by
two entries from Camp Very, (llbson
and Harold Fletcher', who are said to
be "some runners"
More funds nre mt-drsCto llnnncotbn
transportation and meals of the con
testants, nnd nny subscriptions can bo
ihnndid to Nlcel Jackson, who will bo
much 111 ev hlence on the str ets today,
book In hand
Contestants In tho running rncovvho
I are taking part for the llrst time, are
cllRlhlo for ii special lino of prizes nnd
n spiclul cup.
following nre the entries to dntc:
M. Cionsulves, Hddlo Ilrown, Nigel
Jncksuii, T ("libra), Antono Knoo, Vin
cent (Ionics, Harold I'lelclier, David
Hnkuclo, Prank Hnat, John Hun, (lib-
Hnn C K riinrllo. M,.e Kiilmnii. W'lt-
Ison 1'engler. H Kuluilcwnl, Geo. Kaala,
Running Race, Novices.
M Gonsulves, Kddlo Hrnvrn, llnrnlil
rietchcr, John Hau, Gibson, C K. Char
lie, Mele Kahuna, H. Kahalcwal
Senior Bicycle Race.
K Kanemiira, O, Addison, Tony Tl-
uias, I'iiii. David Nawal, Klvester
Williams, yew C,har, Joe Kanha, Clur
euce Itawllnt, Win Hllvu, Ham Knm.i,
II. Nomura, Henry I". l'lemer, II
Ac bin, A Jaoa, l'lcndura.
Junior Bicycle Race.
Geo Kuhenlnnl, Allen O'llrlen, W A.
Anderson, Tnkulchl Hiigl, Johnnie Na
wal, Tin Kun Achlu, Joseph (lucrrero,
Johnny, Imanaka, A Kllva.
resorts HKo ltlverslde, Santa Monica
nnil Saiitn llarhar.i, whero polo has
been nliijeil for nearly "a lenrs, It Is
sometimes hard work even In tho sea
son, to gel eight men cm tho Held
The Oaliu l'oln Club now has Ihreo
regular teams, the Illuet, lleds nnd
Yellows, nnd sevcrnl oxtrn men who
nro on tho substitute list,. TJllH l
pood for the sport, nnd cndSiirnges
friendly rivalry. What I BtlU'bctter
now pin) era nro being, devcjloiieil nil
Tho nliovo pleluro Is of Hnolo Sum
ner, n recent recruit to polo ranks,
who shows grent ptomlsc Notice by
tho flRiires In nnothor column Hint ho
Is witting .&00 In tho Oahu llnschall
league, nnd )ou will uiiderstnnd why
he can mako n polo sphcro trnvcl.
Tomorrow nflernoon nt 4 o clock
Ihero will bo tho usual practlco game
nt tho Moaiialua lieni rnesq prac
tices arc developing Into mighty good
matches, and uro well worth going out
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Real Struggle Thought to Lie
Between Hui Nalus and
Healanis Enter Today.
Tho entry list for tho A. A. U. swim-
tiling chninplonshlps will closo at f
o'clock this evening with John r. So
por, at tho olllco of tho Hawaiian
News Company. Tho meet will ho
held on Kamchnmohn Dny, Juno 11, at
cither Waliop Blip or Alnkca slip, tho
prcclso location depending upon I ho
movements of steamers. It Is not )ct
definitely decided whether to hold tho
meet In tho morning or tho afternoon,
hut clcllnlto Information as to this will
be forthcoming within a day or so.
Last year tho then newly-organlicd
Ilul Nnlu won an overwhelming vic
tory over the older organizations, and
surprised nqtiatlc sportdom by spring'
Ing a now world's champion in the
person of tho rcdoubtahlo Duko Kiv
hanamoku, and a ncar-chnrnplon In
Zen Gcnovcs, Zen Is Improving all
tho tlmo nnd Is said to bo out for tho
inlddlc-dl3tanco honors and Is training
hard for tho coming events.
Slnca the last championship meet
tho Hcalnnl Club, last year's second
has taken n new Icaso of life and hat
developed Homo splendid athletes who
will mako tho Hill Nalu go Homo to
repeat lis former victory.
Then there's tho Myrtles, Outriggers
nnd tho Kamchatnclias nil coming
strong, so It looks ns though tho 1912
meet will bo tho most Interesting and
stubbornly-contested over held here,
although It Is predicted that tho real
strugglo lies between tho Hut Nalu
nnd Hcalani Clubs.
The list of ovonts will Includo 440
yard swim, 25-yard swim for boys un
der 15 years, fancy diving, 50-yard
swim, 880-yard swim, 100-yard swim,
l.lungo for distance, KO-yard swlnf for
boys under 15 -years, 220-yard swim,
mllo swim, and a club-rolay swim.
It Is rumored that the Y M. 0 A.
ehesM tournament will lie llnlshed In
(lino for tho winner to attend tho San
Hen do Mcllo left for that denr Illln
his morning. llctween lights Hen
drives a hack. Saturday he must hnvo
crossed his signals nnd Imagined ho
was wiiltlng for it fare.
There may 'bo sonto surprises when
the dockers unnounce tho time In tho
coming A A U. swims. Keep )our
eo on Cunlia No 3 In tho short
MILL THE TALK
San Franciscan Willing But
Hawaiian Boxer Is Coy
Gossip of the Game.
"What's next?" the ring fnns nro
asking each other, now thnt last Sat
urday's boxing bhow at Athletic lark
ht.s stirred up dormant enthusiasm,
nnl given them n (nsto of tho R.i'ne ns
produced in tho open air. Another
light u few weeks honco Is suio to
dinw well, but Saturday's nfTnlr has
npclled tho local ring dovoices for
study thentcrs, and smokc-wrcathed
stages, nnd if Promoter Aycra wants
to hold his crowd ho hart better rtlck
to the outdoor game. Dating the rum
mer, nt any rate, tho Orpliqnm or any
olhcv Indoor aronn lis no place for
Ayers Is now dickering with Jim
Hono to get him Into the ring with
Johnny McCarthy. Tho San Francis
co lad Is willing, but lloao seems to
bo somowhnt coy. lloao hnn 'been n
hard man to coax into the ring in nil
his recent lights, nnd ono would think
that ho was conferring tho greatest
favor on tho populace by donning tho
glov.es nt nil. If ho"wnnts lo 'tight let
him get down to nrrnngomcnln, and
If ho. doesn't why then someone will
undoubtedly bo found to go In against
tho clover San Franciscan.
A McCarthy-Hoao mill looka pretty
Rood on paper, for w'i'lo tho former
Is undoubtedly tho cleverer boxor and
ring general, tho Ilnwnllan will hnvo
tho bettor of tho weights by fully 15
pounds. McCnrthy will probably Btcp
Into the ring nt 140 or better, and If
lloao enn do 155 It will be n surprise.
However, lloao has a good denl of
dnsh when ho gets going, and can bo
counted on to mix it nnd glvo tho
spectators n run for their money. Ho
mndo a good showing ngalnst Gllmoro
and Do Mcllo In recent bouts, and tho
fact that ho did not put Hllo Hen
away must not bo weighed In tho
Bcnlcs of last Saturday's exhibition,
for when De Mcllo fought Ho.io ho
put up 50 per ccntibcttor fight than
Saturday, Juno 29, Is tho tontntlvo
date sct'by Ayres for his next show.
Yamagnto, tho Japnneso scrapper
who mndo his nppearanco Saturday,
will bo given n chance to perform
Why don't they make the bases se
cure at Athletic Turk? Hvery ganio
one or moro of the sacks carries away.
Maul' was late starting Its baseball
season, but now It's making up for
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Thero scorns to bo n deslro on the
part of tho management of tho Inter
Island slcnmshlp lino, and tho trans
portation nnd hotel compnnlcs on I In
wall, to bring tho prlto of a trip and
visit lo tho crater within reach of per
sons who hnvo foil nil it financially In
convenient to sco tho great wonder of
According to tho nowly arranged
Bclicdulo ono mny go to tho Volcnno
IIoubo and remnln nearly two wooks
nt a tost of JG7.50 or thoso who wish
a shorter Btay can go up on Saturday
lenvlng Honolulu nt 4 p. m., nnd bo
back in tho city Tuesday morning in
tlmo to nttend lo business. This
short trip costs but $30 and gives tho
visitor from before luncheon on Sun
dny until Monday afternoon nt tho
cintcr, ninplo tlmo to visit the innuy
places in tho vicinity. Thoso who
enmo down from Hllo last Saturday
sny the crater Is very nctlvo with
fountains spouting all over tho lako.
Tho Mniiun Ken, which will leave on
Saturday afternoon for tho first time
under tho now schedule, will carry n
crowd and those who contemplate go
lug should book early.
With tho Huh luu rave, tho A. A
I! swims and the Kum Aipiatlc Club's
program, Kanielminiha's hhthday will
be a busy il.ij In sportdom.
The Kamchainc'ba Aiu:itlc Club will
havu a big time uii Juno 11. Tho pro-
cram of water sports Unit will bo
pulled off ut Kallnl Hay Is u good one
and tho chances nro that ull the events
will bo well llllcd.
The Chinese I ml) plajcrs nre getting
a great rep In tho Hast ns foxy expo
mills of tho national game. To read
some of tho press stuff 5 oil mlRht think
that I'liuik Ch.uico and Counlo Mack
were silting back of llrst baso every
ganio lo pick up Koinu pointers on In
blde ball Uo to It I
T-, lt-V? '
Dul.e KahanainoKii writes Jolili li
Super that If u special manager anil
companion Is lo be shipped Hast to
loulc ufler him on the way to Stock
holm, ho would like to have Mr Lew
Henderson In that position Unfortu
niitil) tho Promotion Committee could
not sco Its way clear to provldo tho
few thousands necessaiy to do tho trip
up In good stjle ,
J. A. C.S HIT NEXT TO LAST
BUT MANAGE TO STAY IN LEAD
The olllclal. Individual batting aver
ages, and Hie team batting and Holding
averages, Including tho Ramos of Sun
day, Juno 2, have Just been compiled
by W. T Raposo, olllclal scorer ot the
Oahu Senior l.caguo.
The relative Adding of tho live teams
remains unchanged, tho P: A Cs. lead
ing, whllo lho Stars nnd Asnhls uro
tied for tnll plncc In teum batting
tho Portuguese hnvo climbed u notch,
taking third placo from the J, A. Cs.
Thel hitter, fcain,, nlthough- It' If .only
bnttlng' .iiof fsr tending tho lcngu
showing that luck a nil errors hnvo lis-
ii red to u largo extent In some of tho
In tho' Individual batting Hampton
remains ut the head of tho list, hut
Alex Desha Is really entitled to tho1 P. A. C.
premier honors with tho willow, us ho J, A, C. .
bus bec.ii nt but 1G times to Hampton'sAsnhls ..
The special commltteo on rovlslon
or tho rules of tho Republican party
will mako Its report noxt Monday
evening tti tho Teriitorlnl Contr.il
Commltteo A meeting was scheduled
for last night but nttendanco was so
small It was postponed
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age of ,Cf,3. IIo fattened Ills nverugo
considerably In Inst Sunday's gaino
with the Stars. Huolo Sumner, who
didn't llguro In the lust averages, not
hu'vlng played In three games, has now
touched tho .500 marlc Harney Joy
drops from third to llfth place.
Tlfb llgurcs follow: '
p. a. a. 4
J. A. C 4
Hnvvulls . ..4
A sail Is i 4
Slurs ..' 4
Hitwalls 4 151
Stars 4 144
PO. A. K.
R. II 811
23 43 14
25 3G 10
18 28 -G
2G 29 13
15 1G 25
AVERAGES THREE OR MORE GAMES.
Hampton (J) ....
A Desha (II) ...
W Meyers (H) .
Dn Huo (II)
Mnrkhnin (J) ...
Yaninshlro (A) .,
Williams (II) ...
llushncll (P) ...".
Kurlsakl (A) ...
l.a Mcro (P) ...,
Kiuilll (J) ...,..-
1'runco (J) '.
Scholium (S) ...
Mclntyro (II) ...
D Dosha (H) ..,
Hayashl (A) 4
with tho Ara -Notch in'
place of tho bothersome iNmu (A) 4
1,,4-4-rtt.nln 1K 1, .. 1C NlSllll (A) 5
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