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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912.
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We know everybody and understand
Country Club Players Bleat
Defiaice at One Another
and Will Lock Horns.
It's llir npcii season fur goats ' tlio
(mini Country Chili mm Tin- much-talked-of
llrotlit-rlioml nf (louts Is fully
organized, the goat medal" have ar
rived, iiml tin' golfers a-laylng plans
for ii campaign or gout-getting. No
mutches have been played iim yi't, but
SCM'l'al challenges IlllVC belli Sent out
mid accepted Prank Armstrong Itns
notified JiiIiii livens tbut he Is after
his goat. P V Klehalin has xent a
derb to "Hobby" HiMitli. S (I. Wlldir
Is ufter J. O. Young, II II. Walker
wants to loek horns with Wlllanl
llruun. II. C Carter In bleating ilell
iinee at S A Walker, anil Pi oil Wul
drou ban wnl ii nilssle to C. (I. lloek
lot tbat puts tilt- orillunry black-hand
lettir to shame as u ttrrlfyliiK warn
ing of illre calamities to follow.
Tin- mien governing tin- compell
I luii ui ie posted III Hie eliibhuuso yes
tirdii. They are an follows:
Rules Governing Goat Competitions.
A' iiieiiibii' of the brotherliooil with
ii "goat," either 111.-, own goal or that
of another brother, may ehullciigo any
other member for IS holes at inateh
play uuiler eluli hauilleiips, ami thu
loser of the mutch must surrender a
lto.it In his possession to the Vt Inner.
.Such a ehulleiiKe must be aeeepteil ami
the match imist be played within four
teen d.is from ilate of challenge.
The chairman of the grounds com
mittee shall be notllleil In writing
which notice may be left at the club
house of every challenge Issued, and
any disputes shall be submitted to him
for sittb'iueiit through the grounds
committee. Whatever decision is
reached by the committee shall be
A member who luis lost his own
Ko.it anil Is not In possession of an
other when challenging the holder of
his own or any other incmber'H Koat
must offer iiKulust the Kout for which
he Is playing a satisfactory stake to
be In value not less than the value of
one new olf ball, but under such clr
ctiuistnces It shall not be compulsory
.for tile holder of the Kat to accept
The competition closes on St. Goat
herd's Day (Saturday before Thanks
giving) at 11' noon, and the dnuthctd's
prize will be awarded to the member
having won and being In possession on
that day of the larKcst number of
kmIs unit he will be the goatherd for
the follow Iiik year.
In the ease of a tlu between three
or inure, the tie shall be decided by
med.tl play on the afternoon of St
'ioathcrd's Day over IS holes, but In
the use of a tie between two, mutch
play oer IX holes shall prcviil, sub-j.-
t in both cases to club handicaps.
on the close of the competition mem
bers must surrender all gouts, lacltul
iiik their own, to the secretory of the
grounds committee for redistribution
for a new i ompetitioa.
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GERMAN TRACK TEAM
SELECTED FOR OLYMPIAD
l.KII'SlC. Tier, Slay 27. Ah a re
sult of the two days' tryouts fur the
Olympic games, a team of twenty-live
track and Held athletes has been se
lected to compete at Stockholm. They
lire headed by Hie sprinters Kail and
Hermann and the inlddle-dlstance run
ner llriiuii, who are regarded hero as
prominent candidates for lirst places
In Sweden. Han, who on May 11 did
the 10U meters nice In 11 1-2 secoiiilt
and 11 3-4 seconds, and llruun, who
oic Slay 18 ran 800 meters In 1 inlniitu
Xt 4-C seconds, did not compete here
II ii 1 1 1 1 n Want Arts will find IL
Bulletie's Page of Sports
One of the entries In the transp.i
clllc yacht race over which there lias
been no uncertainty from the lirst, I
the yawl Natoose. oh mil and entered
by Captain Percy Ashe of the Itoyal
Vancouver Yacht Club. Several mouths
iiko Captain Ashe announced that he
would go Into the San Pedro-Honolulu
race, and he has stuck to his decision
ever since, with jio hackhiK and tilling,
as has been the case with some of the
other prospective, sturl
A. A. U, SWIMS TO
BE HELD IN
Officials Decide That Condi
tions Will Be More Favor
able Than In P. M.
The iiiesllon us to whether the un
haul A. A V swimming champ', u
shlps of the Hawaiian Amateur Ath
letic Association should be held morn
ing or afternoon of June 11. was de
cided last night, when the committee
dived into tidal coiuputiitloiis and riimo
to the surface with a decision favoring
the morning Nlue-thlrty Is tlio time
and the lllshop slip the place.
Arrangements have been made for
seating the spectators, and a charge of
r,0 cents will lie made for seats In the
stands. The general admission is a
Horses are not genernlly considered
speedy swimmers, but there uro some
dark ones that will bear watching In
the coining meet. There are some who
go as far as to say that Iiwrviicu
Cunliu of the llealanis will beat Duke
Kahaiiamoku's time fur the f,0 yards,
The way he has been walking away
froin the fast men of late shows that
he Is a very classy performer.
The following Is a full list of the
entries as llled with J. P. Super up to
the closing hour yesterday:
110-yurd hwIiii Prank S, KriiKiT,
Healuul Y. & II. Club; V. (leiuives, Hill
Nalu; i:. Kltto, llul Nalu; I). Center,
Myrtle lloat Club; Campbell Ciozbr,
Myrtle lloat Club.
J.l-yurd swim (for boys under IS
yeurs)--Prunk Cunliu, Heulanl Y & II.
Club; Then llecker, Heulanl Y. & It
Club; W. J. A. ltowat, Heulanl Y. &
11. Club; lieu. Keaweniahl, llul Nalu;
Harold Kruger, unattached.
Pnncy Ulvlngf-llobcrt K. Puller. He
aluul Y ,i 11. Club; J. I. Whittle. Heu
lanl Y. & II Club.
r.o-yard swim Clen. Cunliu, Ilcnlulil
Y. i II. Club; Uiuri'IK'i' Cunliu, lleu
lanl y & li, Club; Waller draco. Mi
nium Y - II. Club; I'MwIii II. dlbb,
llul Nalu: Curtis W. Hiislace, llul
N'alu: Ilaiold I1. Hustace, llul Nalu;
Hubert Kuawa. llul Nalu; Daniel Ke
aweamabl, llul Nulu; lVnnk H. Auer
baeh, .Mil Hi' lln.it Club; C. II. Dickson,
Myrtle limit Club; C. S, D.tvls, Myrtle
lloat Club; A. U. Perguson, Myrtle
lloat Club; I,. Kauplko, llul Nalu.
MvO-yurd swim U. Hedemuun, Heu
lanl y & II, Cub; Prnuk S. Kruger.
Healuul Y .1 It. Club; V. deuoves, Hill
Najnj Campbell Crosier, Myrtle lloat
100-yard swim Allan Timlin, Heu
lanl Y ,Nt 11. Club; deo. f'tinl , Hea
liml Y & II. Club; Uiwrence Cunliu.
Heulanl Y. & II. Cluh; W. A. ltaseui
Heulanl Y. & II. Club; Curtis W. Ilus
tnce. llul Nulu; 1 1 Irani Kahele, llul
Nulu; D.iulel Kcnwcaniuhl, llul Nalu:
Prank It Auerbach, Myrtle lloat Club;
A I, Perguson, Myrtle lloat Club; I..
Kuiiplkn, Hill Nalu.
Plunge for distance dus P. Herbert,
Heulanl Y & II Club; Hubert K. Pul
ler. Ilealanl Y & II. Cluh; J. II. Light -foot.
Ilealanl Y. & 11. Club; A. N.
oliemba. Ilealanl Y. II. Club: A It.
Tinker. Ilealanl Y. ,c 11. Club; Hlruiu
Kahele, Mill Nullll Arclilo H. J'. Rob
The Xatoosp, a 0.1-foot yawl, Is bet
ter known throughout the Northwest
as Hie Olympic, her former name when
llyhiK the burgee of the Scuttle Yucht
Club. Captain Ashe will sail the ruco
with an all-Caiiadlau crew, and as Ills
big packet Is fast off the wind and
the wind Is aft all the way from Los
AiikcIi s here- he stands a good clianco
of winning on his time allow'ance from
I the schooner yachts entered.
inson, Hul Nalu; II II. llulley. Myrtle
lloat Club; C. S. Davis, Myitlu lloat
Club; John C. Searle ,lr.. Myrtle limit
r,u-yatd swim (fur boys under 1ft
years) Prank Cuiilia. Healuul Y. & II.
Club; Theo. Decker, Heulanl Y. & II.
Club; V. J. A. ltowat, Myrtlu lloat
Club; Ceo. . Keaweniahl, Hul Nalu;
Harold Kruger. uuattnehed.
UHO-yard swim Allen Cunliu, Ilea
lanl Y. ,v It. Club; Ceo. Cunliu, Heu
lanl Y, .'; II. Club; Uiwrence Cunliu,
Healuul Y. & II. Club; V. (lenoves,
llul Nalu; Daniel Kenweaiiiahl, llul
Nalu: IMward Kltto, Hul Nulu; Archie
S. P Robertson, llul Nalu; d. D. Cen
ter. Myrtle llo.it Club; I.. W. IIoiirIi
Jr.. Myrtle lloat Club; Arthur Myhre,
.Mjrlli' lloat Club.
One mile sw lin Chas. I'. Ilrown, Ile
alanl Y. II. Club; Albert K. Decker,
Ilealanl Y. ,c II. Club; IM, Heileiuanii,
Ilealanl Y. II. Club; Wutsun ltul
leiilyue, llul Nulu; V. demnes, Hul
Nalu; II. S Rush, Myrtle limit Club;
Murstoii Cumpbi'll Jr., I'unalioii Ath
I Chili relay swim Ilealanl Y. & 11.
Club: dus C. Ilechert, Allan Cunha,
Prank Cunha, deo Cunliu', Uawrenco
I Cunha, Tlieo. Decker, Hubert K. Pul
ler, Walter drace, W. It. druce. Joseph
P. Iloiinn, Prank S. Kruger, Prank Me
Tlglie. V A. Haseman, A. It. I., ltowat,
A. J. Theveiiln. J. I. Whittle, Sheridan
Wlnmr. llul Nalu: Wutsou llallcn
tyne, IMwhi II. dlbb, Curtis W. Ilus
tnce, Harold I. Hiistuce, Hobt. Kuuwii,
Hiram Kahele, I, Kauplko, Dunlel Ke
iiueaiiiahi. M. Keaweamahl. Myrtlu
limit Cluh: Prnuk It. Aiierhach, P. A.
llecheit. d. I). Center, C. II. Dickson,
C. S. Davis, A. 1, Perguson, Arthur
Hough. 1.. W. Hough Jr.
:: n tx
Piiiinhou faculty memlicrH and stu
dents m own the Y M. c A tomor
row night. Some uttractlve basketball
and howling features have been ar
ranged for the evi nlng's entertain
ment, ami Instructors and pupils will
slack up ug.ilnst euch other In the lat
The program: ,
1 Inhibition basketball game, llurfs
vs. nines. IhilTs: !: day (cuptalii). d.
Miiiieiuy, J Walt, S. Nliholson, Dan
H I, : 'Puttie l( K (,.,iforii.
nines: Hans Pussoth (captain). 11.
Hciilsiin, d lliown, W. Coney, J, Pur
iIiikIou and II Morgan.
'! Howling mulch, Puculty vs. Se
nior. z. Howling for girls, with prizes for
those making high scores,
I Music hi the lobby jiy the Itnth
skeller Trio (Vllu. Prank II. Ander
son (dlicctor); violin, llri-Kurlii Do
mingo; nh'.iio. Cuiioi C'aceres.
Walter Thompson, captain of the
ocean IVcws, sends n cpmniiiiilcatlon
to suy that he is glad to hear that the
Kukiii li.iseball Ti'itm, captained by
I'at Soon, has accepted his challenge.
Although It's the ofT season fur soc
cer, thu champion High Schools are
planning un Invasion of Hawaii for
July 4. Illlo Scots are gittlng nady
to give thcin buttlo.
This cvtnlng nt 7:110 there will be
in meeting or III" Ouhu Junior League
Jut the oillce of Charles Chllllngworlh
All inauageis mid cupluhm am expect
ed to liefou hand. . ;
v HORINE A KANGAROO.
'" ' Will they ever Ktnp dcorgc
'' Horlnc, the Stanford high Jump
' tnnrvel? Yesterday In New
York, In n noncompetitive trial,
he cleared the bar at C ft, SVJ In.,
' heating his latest world's rec-
ord of fi ft. 7 In., made In the
Olympic tryouts tit San Fran-
Cisco, Horlnc seems to bo the
' liumiin kangaroo. Ho has an
' extra spring In his legs when-
... ever he Is called on the "shoo
'em." mill the Hastcrn skeptics
'' Who tried their best to believe
that llorlne's California per-
foruinhces were llukcy, ccrtuln-
ly had their eyes opened on their
LAURENCE DE MELLO
NO RELATION TO BEN,
THE GREAT HILO HACK
Prospective Opponent of' John
ny McCarthy Arrives On
Laurence do Melln, better. It less ele
gnntly, known under his ring mono of
Kid Miller, will be Johnny McCarthy's
opponent June 29. When Jim Hoao
gracefully waived his claims to the
mill, Promoter Ayres substituted Mil
ler, who has been In correspondence.
with lilin for some 'time, and who Is
expected on the Sonoma tomorrow.
Ijilirenoc de Mello Is no relation tu
Vncle Hen, the Illlo Hack, by thu wny.
He Is sald'to be n nifty scrapper, and
It's to be hoped that he lives up to ex
pectations ami makes McCarthy extend
himself. The latter could have beaten
Young ('allies with one hand tied be
hind Ills back In Johnny's one, a nil only
ring appearance here, anil the fans arc
keen to see him let out n few ruin.
The other bouts on the card have
Hot been settled yet. but It Is certain
that Yiuuogatp will be given a chance,
probably against Wright of Port
HOW THEY STAND
(Percentages May 31.)
W. U Pet.
Vrrnnp 32 20 .CIS
Oakland 32' 22 .693
Los Angeles 28 2ft .S28
Portland 20 27 .42H
San Pmuclsc 22 31 ,4IS
Sacrameiito 21 30 .412
W. L. Pet.
New York 20 .813
Cincinnati S3 14 .r.22
Chicago 17 17 .Soil
Pittsburg 10 10 .500
St. Louis 18 21 .402
Philadelphia 14 17 .453
Huston 13 23 .301
Hroiiklyu 9 22 .290
AMERICAN LEAGUE. '
W. L. Pet.
Chlcngc a; n .7ii
Huston 23 13 .039
Dili olt ....19 18 .514
Philadelphia 16 10 .500
Washington 18 19 .480
Cleveland . ...h 10 18 .471
New York 14 21 .400
St. Louis 10 2ft .280
Portland 21 17
Viincouver 22 18
Tucoina ,.19 20
Victoria 19 20
Kealtlo 18 21
Spokane .. .r 18 21
SWIMS TO STAGE
Hazel Lnugenour, thu l!)-ve.r-olil
llnlverslty of California girl who was
the lirst woman to swim the doldeu
date, will go on the San PniiKil'.rn
vaudeville s'tugo with all net uuliiii? In
Tile scene has been set In shi'V thi
bottom of the ocean as It looks from
th. glass-boltoiiied boats at P.i'iilc
drove. Then, through a patented nr-
luugciucut, the water Is forced I', u-n
as ii strong tide unit the girl uVnion
strutes how to swhu against the lldc
as she did the day she swam from Port
Point to I. hut) Point.
A twenty-llve-horsepower motor with
a special pump will be used to fnreo
the water through n steel and glass
tank at the rate of llfteen inlle.i an
hour. This Imitation tide can bu,n-l-olleil
In full view of the auillence in
that the swimmer can be held still In
Hie middle of the tank by the fore, of
Hie water. Prom the viewpoint of the
iiudli'iico the tunic Is nut vliihle and
li louks as though nil this was In Inn
informed at the bottom of the ocean.
Hi lore this net there will be nimlni!
pictures of the hwIiii across the liohien
.iilo and a dniicu after the M.uid Alien
ilpe, called "Charming the Devil PMi."
Miss Luiigenour' uppears In -i sllvir
iticsh costume with tights.
Miss Luiigenour lives In Oakland,
She was graduated from the iiulMi-
sitc In 1911. Iter fnniruia uichit l.-titlf
place August 19, 1911 She plum tu
swim the Kngllsh Channel as soon as
In r vaudeville, tour In over.
Under Kistler's Coaching He Is
Developing wind and stam
ina for Longer Races.
deorgo Klstler of the University of
I'cniisylviinluk Duke Kuliuuamoku's
swimming mentor, has written to John
P. hopcr of thu Hawaiian Ainuteur
Athletic Association, telling of Duke's
progress and his plans for the Imme
diate future. In many parts the let
ter Is ii repetition of thu one received
from Klstler by Lew Henderson, and
printed In yesterday's II u 1 1 u t I n, but
there tire some new features which aro
uf Interest to all the sportsmen lieie.
Ill Part It Is as follows:
"Your welcome letter duly received
and contents carefully noted. In reply
wjll say I was exceedingly pleased to
hear from you, also that the people of
I In wall appreciate In whose hands the
Duku wus left by Mr. Henderson, his
inuuager, when ho left Philadelphia. I
can assure .yuu that I feel much grati
fied to have the pleasure of couching
or training the Duke und making him
more acquainted with the liner puluts
111 swimming, especially style, form,
breathing, turning at end uf tank,
pushing off, starting, when to spuit
and several other details too numeruiis
to mention. Now the Duke Is fust get
ting on to these points and looks llku
one of Pennsylvania's swimmers who
are turned out annually by me.
"I might also say that since the Duke
has been In Philadelphia he Iiiih made
lots of aciualiilanci.'3, and his behavior
since Ills stay here has been all that
could be desired.
"Since then thu Duke and I have
been doing a little distance work. Ho
ciin now swim hnir a mile or a thoii
suud yards easily and nt a fairly good
illlp. However, It will tuke lots of
time to make him u distance man. This
work uf going n distance is simply to
get his wind and staying ability In
good shape so that he can stand a hard
and close race. Oil Wednesday, thu
16th, I put him In n 100-uieter test und
without trying very hard he did 1:01
for the distance,, but I really bellevu
that had he been racing with someone
he would have been closu to thu min
ute mark. I feel that If the Duke cull
do this remarkable perfuruiiincu of too
meters straightaway In the even min
ute he will be declared the winner.
"In the 220 yards he Is not so good,
at least be has not shown extra good
time, but from now 'on I shall work
him a little harder, and when thn
wuithcr gets wnriii enough 1 will take
him to Lafayette, on the Schuylkill,
and there we can have all the open
"The climate seems to ogreo with
him (). K. Ho looks lit and In guud
condition. The teuin leaves New York
nn June 14. I nm unable to Inform
you of the swimmers selected. Thero
Is some talk of tryouts taking place
close to New York, probably nt Tra
cers Island, but cun not say dellnltely.
"I will send you another letter later
telling you nboiit the Duke's speed, etc.,
uftcr a few trials out of town. 1I
ought to go on a tour through I'ngland
and dermauy after the races at Stock
holm are over and clean up all around.
I should very much like til accompany
the team to Stockholm, hut my swim
ming business prevents my taking tlio
trip. However, I think the Duku will
give a good account of himself In nil
nf his short-distance swims, although
there are two or three good boys In
(Jerinany, Knglaiid, Australia and Hun
gary that will be dangerous nt all
TACOMA DROPPED FROM
TACOMA, Wash., May 27. Tucoina
was dropped from the Northwestern
I .lug He toduy at u meeting of thu
leugiiu directors here. Thu club will
be tuken over by the leaguu, thu buck
salaries of thu players paid by It und
It will llulsh out Its schedule, gaiiui
scheduled for the home grounds oelinr
shifted to Scuttle. Pkidcr Jones, pr.n'
lilent of the league, was empow-red
to dispose of the club tu some other
city and the team will bu known us
thu Tiicomu team until such time. A.
l. Itothermel, owner uf thu club, has
been In lliuinclal dllllcultles practically
slnco the season began.
Tlio league offered to return tha
iiuuo forfeit money and to ussuiiie all
past debts in return for triiasferiiieal
of the franchise tu other Tucoina men.
Hnthtrmcl Insisted on I35UO for Ills
persuuul Interest ill the club, and Huh
the league refused to consider. A
thu forfeit iiKrceiiicnt piotccted thu
owuir In bis territory for one year, Iim
directors, say the league can not now
turn the club over to other local Men
unless they will guiiurntru It ugiiinst
the expenses of any legal ac'.lon that
might bu brought by Hothcruicl iiuib r
the forfeiture agreement.
The club wan turned over to Itother
mil by Its former owner, Ocnrgo Slin u
iIit, without money cunslderatlou.
llul li tin Waul Ails will Und li.
lo (lie Hit 1 1 tin Job printing und
bliiilcry pin lit.
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