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liBl, 'S i EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912.
1- I 41 , : ' - BMlletta9s Page of Sports
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Locals and Puunene Soon.
On Tcusdnv eveniiiB last there wan their own goal nety. and will piny
,i nieetltm "t the men who have become nnilir black and roIi! colorx. TIiomo
IntrreHinl In the nuvliiK name, and, who will malic the trip nro OeorKo K.
wlio are determined to net tlilliff so- Dw,lsbt. i:nnnnl Parker. J. II. Walker,
me properly In llllo. l'lillllii I'reudo. V. Marenlllno, Ilnol
'Hie KatlierliiK waH at the Klrat ltank Muniner. Allan Itownt. .Melville Tur
or llllo. ami the people who attended "cr. Dexter Kranler. Krank Ktlllman,
irr II V ratten, II. II .Mariner. Dr. 11 .'. Utw, Henry ClilllliiKWorth. Sol
.silioenlna. II II. Aiictln, S. ltolph and. 1. lokl will no iiIiiiir hi tile capacity
A M eliler. II. II. Vlcam. nnfnr- "f hacker.
Innately, could not attend, mill hill J' tX Jt
aliMiiie wan frit very much.
II V Patten m eleeleil to the
li.ilr. ami the mcetlnir started oh" rlKht
ia. Mr tVclmter, who In nn old
lleaianl boat club mall, Rave hi views
on the Kiibjeet of KtarllnK a rowlHR
i lob In llllo. lie told of bow they illd j
Mi; In llonolulu wbrn he was an
ii the oamuan. He HUKKcidcil that
In- llrst thliiK to ) was to Ret a copy
i the by-laws of one of the Honolulu
luh Then xniucthhn; similar could
in, drawn up for the proposed llllo
The Idea is to Ret the club roIiir as
noon as pnwliilc, and to purenase a
i.'cnnd-haiid slx-nar harRc that will be
plenty Rood enoueli for the men to
tackle llrst. A suitable boat can, no
loubt, be secured at n reasnnolilo MB- ,
are. either In llonolulu or tnrouRii ono
of the mainland bnatbulldcrs.
, coiiunlttee of two, conslktlnu of
Messrs Patten anil Mariner, was elect
ed and the question of a site for the
biuithuuse will be Investlcated by them.
Another committee, made up of Wcb-
xtcr and ltolph. was also selected, nnd
the subject or by-laws will bo the par
tliolar care of that body.
The llllo limit t'luh when organized
will be the real thliiK In clubs, nnd It
will be Rotten under way In such style
that the yoiuiR men of the town will
lie caper to become members. There
will be no crnlslnit around town nsk
Iiir lads to Join. The affair will ap
peal to them so much that there will
surely lie a rush to Join. llllo Tribune.
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SORE ON THE FANS
Cenrge CumiiiliiKS. the well-known
Maul ball player, has u grouch on at
"onio of the fans who have been hand
ing lioiiipiets Willi the reverse lhig
llsh on them to the team. He has
chucked the captaincy, tho following
being his letter of resignation:
"Win. Jlmmtcastle. Ksi.,' President,
Maul Athletic Association, Kalin
"Dear Sir: I hereby beg to tender
nv resignation as captain of the Maul
AIIAriiunil Team. In doing so 1 wish
In Inform you that I fall to have the
support of some of our Maul sports,
who probably know a thing or two,
and I hope that you will select an
other m. in. who will serve the Inter
cuts of Maul better than the 'Old
Horse' I beg to remain, yours ro
spi'itfully. (Signed) (li:o. 11. ClTMMI.fiS.
"Wiilluku, June IS. IMS."
DR. R. C. L PERKINS
GETS LINNEAN MEDAL
I)r It. (' I.. Perkins, head (if tlm en
tomoloKlcal work of the Hawaii Sugar
Planters' Kxperluicnt Station, anil n
world-wide authority 'nlong vnrloim en
tomological Hues, lias been given the
l.liiiieun medal by Hie l.lmicnn Socie
ty In London, according to newH
which his friends horn havo received.
Dr. Perkins Is now traveling nbroail.
The l.liiuenu medal la emblematic of
high Illinois lu thu Held of natural sci
ence. 4 K J s s k s s s sv m
and LIQUORS 4)
AHIiourIi the ooceer senson has been
luiii these many wceKs, ntcmucrs or
he chninplnn IIIrIi School team aru
nvt hauling their Iikm anil thinking
booting the leather round
preparation for the Fourth ot
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Ill I II IU. rMl'l 111 1II1119MIIIII1VI IS
ronirthini; like toe crrnm before Iho
Mum. nr icvii trltiM ultli lint rlmeohite
nw. ijt uio auihontieH us u
that ll's behiR extensively done
.,,..,, ,, . i,n llltrlto urn coins In liike
mo loeni players win lane mong
COAST SCRIBE f
W, 11. JJonnlc, a newspap'r man
and enthusiastic ball fan, has collect-
oil j.iuim statistics about baseball as
i,!,,,,,,! i- orientals.
nnd tlm writer,
in fur u little boost
who whs hyo four years ago, seems
io nave oeen inucn uiipresscu wun
Island sport 111 general. !
Thy story, published In the last Is-
suo or thu Paclllc Coast Sporting lie-,
view, is us follows:
In jt r,,tit iltnui-zliir. nrtlpln (V M
Vim Limn .1,,,. ,if n. i,r..i.,ii.r imriim-
wrlters of the United States, declared
that basebulb was the great national '
gamo for more than one renson, but
primarily bemuse It was clean that !
Is, It had nut been spoiled with tho
money taint like horse nicliif, for In
stance. Mr. Van I-nlin might havo added that
baseball bids fair to becumo the na
tional gamo of several other countries
ns weir, mid, rather oddly, Orientals.
Kor lustuura, cricket might bo call-
ed the natloriil gnme of Oreat llrlt-
ii In. All over tho Orient, nnd In fact
nlmost niuwlicro on the globe, llrltons I
outnumber Americans ten to one. Yet, '
who ever saw any Chhiumeu, Jnps or
Filipinos playing cricket?
Hut baseball? ljultc "another story."
Tho transport Thomas, which recently
dime here Irimi Manila, brought from
thut port to Nngasukl, Japan, a picked
nine or American soldiers who are to
play a scrlqsj. of games with one or
both of the ..Leading Japanese colleges ,
In Toklo. The expression "one or both" .
is used inlvlsedly by tho writer, who!rt "ct ho mado doublo nfter double
liappencil to be In Toklo something
over n month ago when the matter
was referred to lit length In a publi
Kit imiiili fur TiiIi-iii Iln In I if it rui
ball team which loured the United I
States u few years ago showed what
tl. ., of Nlnn..., ...mid do will, l,o I
sphere and stick, and It Is u matter of
record that they certainly did do things
to several American nines who hud
previously thought they hud mi Idea of
what baseball was like.
lu Manila any evening In the year
one may see Filipinos out playing hull
III Wallace Held, which Is the civic
I'liiJ hi uiimi (inn imji'iiin (lie itii-iiihuii
Liineta, mid the work of the brown
skliiucd proteges of Uncle Sam Is far
from being amusing.
Ill China, of course, the revolution
put more or less or n dumper ou much
of tho sporllug clement, particularly
In connection with the schools nnd col
leges of Iho country, for tho reason
that most .n f tho Institutions were
forced to close their doors us u mat
ter of safety during tho past whiter.
Hut. with Iho reopening of the various
places of learning sporlB will bo re
sumed along tho old lines.
Chinese and Japanese Teams.
lonolulii for years , past thero ,
tiv. I, if n bnlh Chinese and Japanese
nine, and It Is not nt nil uticommoii
f"r h muny as four games tn bo sched
ibil in one Sunday or Saturday In that
city Tbsre are several places for
playing ball, so that different games
'I'. Ti'.t eonillet. Ill fact. In Honolulu
'ii- may sin n nlno composed of four
"r live nationalities, for the Hawaiian
hi, I Portuguese youngsters enter Into
! xplrlt of sports only second to thu
Orb ntals., .
When tho writer was In Honolulu
four yenrs ago, nt one of the outdoor
truck meets, a young Chluaiiian broko
what was said to be tho world's record
for a I tin -yard dash. This Is not stat
ed a." a positive fact, and thn writer
does not recollect tho exact time, but
be does recall the Incident, iillhnugh
he did not see It at that time.
I tut this Is digressing from baseball,
ami that Is what this article started
out to tell about. Van Loan Is right.
There Is it fascination about u good
gamo of luisebnll 'which will arouse
the enthusiasm of tho Oriental as well
as the American. That was proved a
quarter of n century ago when thn
American teams played under tho
shadow of tlm Pyramids and then rlr
cjdl the globe. Hverywhero they went
i they played to "S. It. O."
I And some of thoso foreigners nro
talking about It yet. If you don't he
(lleve It. go to Cairo. Tho writer wus
I there, too.
The funeral services of Walter Hart
ley, the Titanic band leader, who went
tn his death leading his band, wcru
xTrZ: U,IU ,vcro ut-
Berctanla Tournament Brings
out some payers Who Have
Been Under Cover Here.
4 p. m. R. 8inclalr vs. Lieutenant
Pratt) M, G. Johnston vs. H. S. Gray.
4t30 p. m. E. Parker vs. R. B. Rle
tow) C F. Littlejohn vs. G. G. Irwine)
C. H. Hoogi vr. W. Horner.
5 p. m. P. De Brettevllle vt. Lieu
tenant Vaughn) J. T. Guard vs. J.
Macaulay) A. E. Larimer vs. W, A.
When President I Modern nnd tho
committee of the neretnnbt Tennis
Club planned tho Invltnllon singles
tournament that started yesterday, It
was with tho nnnonnccd hopo that It
would bring out some new material
nnd Inject some new life Into the sport
here. The date was purposely chosen
before the arrival of several of the
crnck players who nro attending col-
ego and school on tho mainland ro-
nrneil. niiil n cenernl Invitation was
'sent out to bring tho ksscr lights out
of cover. Thnt this scheme worked,
'was shown by the preliminary round
Considerable class was Hashed when
C. Axclrod made Ills appearance
ngnlnst Jack- flnard. He lost, but lu
doing it he showed himself to bo n,
,hi-i m h-ih ihmiiij iu,, nun i, i
little sternly practise, will bo right back j
on Ills game. Axelrnd has only been
seen In one previous tournament here,
the night affnlr of tho Manon club,
winch niiln t give inucn opportunity to
slie mi Ills real worth. Tim moment
he begun to play yesterday, tho sldo-
lino critics began to sit up nnd take
notice. Also, they began to Jog their
memories for the "dope" on his play
until someone remembered that he llg-1
ureii prominently In the tournaments
of the (lolden Onto Tennis Club In San
Krnnelsco about llvp years ngo, nnd
that at that time he was playing right
up with Mcl.iMiKlilln. Mel Long, Curl
(iardnrr nnd the rest of them. He was
McLoughlln'M doubles partner for til
while, which In Itself shows that lid
must have been pretty good In hlH
Alcxrod plnys the sort of gnme that
.requires n lot of practise. He doesn't
hit hnrd, but he puts n tremendous
cut tin nearly all his strokes, and to 7:1B ,,. hi., at tho residence of (Icueral
do this tho eye. must bo In perfect uc- i Macomb. The program consists en
cord With the hand. Ho plnys with Ills Hrelv of remiested iiiiinbers. and Is as
kend nnd not his feet, nnd when ho
C"U get the feel that his racquet Is
part of his nrm, he will be n hard man
f"r anyone to bent. Alcxrod uses tho
American iwisi service, aim in me
. ' iiruf unr in imuin iiniiiiin alius iinuii a
trying to make It behave. As the
game progressed his control Improved,
but Ouard had llgured out how to
handle the high-bounding nut - shoot -
lug ball, and the service didn't net so
,"""5; "CCH' ""'' lllm"''lr "" '''"""
" ," "'. r,.,,... ., .
""" for " I'"1'" m,"rl' ,v(,r- 'l' 'lu
got It In. lie won tho match, 0-1, 0-1.
Littlejohn a Winner.
The closest match of the day was
between C. F. Littlejohn, who came to
the front as ono of tho winners of
the Moaua tournament, mid K. II.
Ilanies. Kadi took a set 0-, and then
the MecfdlHg set went 13-10 In favor
Ittlejohn, the games dropping llrst
ton ono side of thn net and then on thu
other with great regularity.
That sterling uphill lighter T. P. W.
dray went down to glorious defeat at
in,. imn,i ,,r i.ienio,,,... .ii. ....
of Fort linger, rimy wns in splendid ''!'' evening concert to bo given at ho
condition, his springy step showing; ""wullan Oporu llouso. It contiilns
hnrd mid faithful training, hut ho was ! spK'Vtloni' wlllc lmvo. mmlo lior ono
oiitgenernled by his opponent. Nu-' "! lho 'nri'tnoBt of present-day Hlng
nieroiis military duties prevent Lieu-!crB nna Includes luilnhcru sins rulul
tenant Pratt from keeping regular j ,,n;(I " llor llllr wltl Kubollk nnd
training, so he has developed a clever,"10 HuskIii orchestra,
passing game which allows him to win Tllu S1,l of Beals which com
points with tho minimum cf exertion. ' nmnceil yesterday miirnlng nt tho
Another new player who showed ttj I'roimitlon CoiiniiHteo rooms, Is r,olns
sound knowledire of tlm einnn b. a well nnd there Is ussiimnco of n largo
Marshall, who will no doubt be heard
rroin Inter. It. Sinclair was in good
form mid should win the toiirnnment.
While not many spec-tutors turned
out, the occupants of the clubhouse,
Innal made up In class what they lack
ed In numbers. fleruhl Irwlno won Ills
match by default, which was a great
disappointment to soino who enmo es
pecially to see him In action.
Following were the lesults:
It. .Sinclair beat II. O. Schenkel, C-,1,
Lieutenant Pratt beat T. P. W. dray,
C. F. Littlejohn beat K, It. Ilarncs,
li-1. 4-0, 18-10.
fl. (1. Irwlno beat T. Itlclmrds by de
fault. C. II. Iloogs boat N. II. Coiirtenay,
W Horner bent It. II. Ilooth by de
fault. J. T. (Iiuiril beat (1. Axelrnd, o-t, 0-1
J. Mncnulay bent A. J. Marshal, 0-3,
IM ward Ri Kills, author, complained
to tlm town olllelnls that tho ih(imuI- i
tncN breed hi front of his linns.' n
Montelnlr so fast that ho can't keep '
llnuk of Iheiii. n estimate Hint 11.
HM.GM of tho pests are born lu one day
Thero Is Only One
MODEL SANITARY DARDER SHOP I
Three First Cluss Artists at your i
DETHEL AND KING
E. G. Sylvester and E, Schroll, Props.
HAWAII'S CREW IS
RIGHTS OF LOCAL MEN
What has become of tho crew of
Iho yacht: Hawaii? Have Captain
Ktroud ulul his Jolly tars been knocked
over tho head III Borne dark nlley of
the Han Pedro waterfront, nnd shaiiK
hitlcd fur n three years' whaling cruise,
or Imvo they nil turned llllbusjercrs,
nnd appropriated tho llnwall to run
iinns to the Mexican rebels?
It tnlfnu ,t fni-.ff rlind NlttrV fif Mils
fort m explain why four mans imvo
i;u;u ';mcr,'.;o i7wii "niVicd .'.
voyuRe, without a line nrrlvluK from
the skipper or any member of tho crew
to let the penplo at this end of tho
line know what Is happening. Tho Inst
thing Hint Captain Stroud told Secre
tary Vctlese'n of the Hawaii Yacht
Chili was Unit he would keep tho bit
ter fully posted on cveny feature or
the coming transpaclllc race, by every
mall thnt left which was avnllniile. ,
That Mr. Vctlescn, Charles Wilder nnd
others who have the best Interests of
tho sport nt heart nro annoyed, goes
without saving. The Ilawalls crew.
I Its Indifference, Is nntagonl7.lnK tho
good sportsmen who dug deep Into
tbdr pockets to llnnnce the trip, nnd
K,,"ii " regard the transpaclllc nice
" n J"V ride. In which they nlono
"I haven't had a line fmm Stroud,
H,lhl Secretary Vellesen this morning.
"Mr. Wilder hasn't hearil. and so far
as 1 know the only result of four malls
lias neen u tiostcnru irom young ninca-
Or to Ills miner, saying llini ne nan
written a long letter but had forgotten
'""ii "' counini get n in in
time. Olllclally the llnwall Yacht Club
knows nothing about Its own entry.
I II j be surprised If tlmy let us know
wncn mo race siaris.
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YOUNG COBBS WANT
PAMC IAITU IIHMmwQ
UrtlVIt Wlltl JUIVIUno
W. l.ec. captain of n new
team which plays under llio speedy
name or young uoiimh, wrues me n u -
1 e 1 1 n that his club would like u gamo
with any team In the city whoso piny-
its nro under 10. Acceptances can be
sent to the sporting editor mid will
be published In these columns.
bollowlng Is the lineup:
w. l.ee (capij, c; f. uunnn, Pi . .
Hcnny (treasurer), lbs n Lee, 2bj l
.Dccoltn, lib; J. Decolto, ss; (1. Haw-
kins, If; Otto Nick Nelson (niannger),
vt ; Andy Oracc, rf. Substitutes, 0.
Dunn, L. ilcljueen.
CipCT IMPAMTRY RAIMll
rnl f."'". ,,l,i.211 ,
AT GEN. MACOMB'S HOME
Thn I'lrst Infantrv Hand Is to glvo
' t.Cert this evening, coninicnciiig nt
March flurry Owen Fulton
Overture William Tell ,, Uosshil
Kelectlon Madamo Sherry llosehna
Waltz MllltalrU Wuldteufcl
.. .- - .
serenade Iji Palom
. Selection II Trovatoro Verdi
nR T10 Aloha Hag Ilcovcs
Kelectlon Iji Travlaln Verdi
! Mum-omen .i iin,.ii. niin,,,.
Selection The Dollar Princess. .. .Fall
JOSKPl I FHLTItlNKLI.I.
On Saturday evening tho Fifth In
fantry orchestra Is to play nt Fort
SPLENCID PROGRAM FOR
' EVA MYLOTT CONCERT
F.vu Mylott, "Auslriillii's contriillo,"
whoso arrival on tho Maiicluirla wns
pleasurable, news to music lovers, has
Hrrungeil her uraerum for tho Mun
iimllonco, Accorillng to tho old ruin
csjnbllaheil by Mr. Adams, nil scuts
I which huvo been ordored and reinuln
uncalled for by noon .Monday, will
Now potatoes sold for $3.G0 u bushel
III St. Mary's Pn , tho highest price
over paid In that section.
h, Uckot Appetltt, Heart Huttfrlnjj,
n anJ Wind on Stomach. Gloated Fuel
ing, Pains In Stomach alter Ealing, Sick I
Hraiithe. Diizlneis. Cnated Toneue.l
Biliousness, la urippe, Den rue ievtr,
Chills ana fever. Malaria, ttreaktonc,
Fever, Tired r-eellnc,Jaundire,l)acki(,n ,
Diabetes, l.ravel.lncipieniuneni s ums
t KliirTrmiHi. Fnureils. Rhetl
matlsm .1 mpure FHooJ, Catarrh, Scrofula , I
Meiancnona, nervous uiuruci,irriy
lessness, Reinoves Worms. Cures Coo I
stipation, Anaemic usn anion,
S Great Tonic lor Women-
$1.00 per bottle, 3ror$2.60,C!ort9.00 I
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
DOUBLES ON v
Private Courts Tennis Associa
tion Will Hold Its Second In
Following .closely niter tho Hero
tanln Club's tennis week, tho luvlta- ,
Hon doubles tournament of tho Pri
vate Courts Uiwn Tennis Association,
which is to be played off tho latter
part of next week on' tho Moana Hotel
courts, Is attracting tho Interest of
,tn tho raciiuet wlcldcra, nnd thero is
every Indication that tho event will
rival tho success of the llrst Inter
court doubles tournament, played sev
eral weeks ago on tho hotel courts.
An Invitation list ot about thirty
nnmcH has been mudc up by the com
mittee, and tho players whoso names
appear nn tho list call hook up ns u
doubles team. There will bo no hand
icaps, all tho players starting from
scratch. Tho sporting editor of tho
Hullctln lias been named as re
ceiver for tho entries, which must ho
In, accompanied by tho entrance fen
of $1, by Sunday noon, Tho drawings
will bo mado nt tho Moulin Hotel Sun
following nro tho players who aro
Invited to enter. 11 Is possible that
several more names will bo added to
the list, In the discretion ot the com
mittee: Mnjori Timbering, Captain Jolui
sou, Lieutenant Vaughaii, Lieutenant
Pratt, Lieutenant Williams, florald Ir
wine, N'ormnii Courlenny. II C Schen
kel.W. Johnson. It. Sinclair, David An
derson, John .Macaulay, T. P. W. Gray,
It. Young, II Purktr, Ci I', l.lttlcjohn,
C. 11. llockus, Noel Deerr, Laiircnco
1 llcdlngton, Itlley II. Allen, M. Stim-
ley, 11 It. (layler, Klrby S ultli. Dr.
U. Tucker Smith, C. A. Husirom, U
i M. Stevens, tho olllccrs of Camp Very,
I tho olllccrs of Kort Shatter.
J cams tuni nave oniercu io uaie nro
I ' lenane mm vt iiinuos, i inn mm
. Vaughaii, Anderson nnd Sinclair, (Irny
and Macaulay, Captain Johnson and
ItcilliiRton, Oaylcr and Klrby Smith,
MAI FANS ARE ,
OUT IN FORCE
I Krlal n ii 1 1 e 1 1 n Oiirresiiiidenee )
WAILHKC, June IX Ijist Sunday's
baseball games ut the Wnlluku base
ball park wero attended by n largo
number of lovers of tho sport. Long
Hues of niitoniobllcs graced tho niiiuka
entrance to the grandstand. Umplro
W. S. Chllllngworth culled tho llrct
puna promptly ut 1:30 o'clock. It was
I between tho J. A. Cs, nnd tho Kuhti-
luls. Heine Meyer pitched n line gnmo
for the former, the score being 7 to 1
lu fnvor of the S. A. Cs. In the sec
ond gume of tho nfternoon the Stnrs
defeated the Pubis by u score of l'J
to 1. Wllllo Hal Jr. pitched for tho
winner. The gate receipts brought In
u hundsomo amount for the Maul Ath
letic Association. Scorer O. W. Max
well furnished the following scoro by
j. a. c i ; o o o s l o n 7
Knluilul 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 01
Stars .. ., 1 4 10 0 5 12 1--13
Pulu 0 0 00 0 0 0 1 0 1
. , n
W0LGAST HOLDS FOR
CHICAGO, m.Llghtwelghl Cham
pion Ad Wolgast, while In Chicago,
declared that ho would follow the ex
ample set by Dnttllng Nelson mid
Joe (bins, while they held tho title,
and Insist Hint hereafter nil challen
gers for tho championship will bo re
quired to make 133 pounds ringside.
"As long as I remain champion mid
can inn lie 133 pounds, I will Insist
Hint my opponents inuke thnt llgure
When I enn no longer mnko the weight
without crfnrt It will bo time to niovo
up to tho 135 limit. 1 want tn tight
Puckey McFarland, but I will not meet
him before, liny club which holds out
for CO per cent, of tho gross receipts.
I think the lighters nre entitled to ut
least 00 per cent."
Wolgast left for Los Angeles (.ill Juno
4 to prepare for his mutch with Juu
Itlvers mi July L
Mrs. Kmniu Mnnwhlun of Ilu"crull,
Mass., who killed Simon Chlllliiglin of
tint city on December E, Hill, nfter tlci
b.ttrr hud deserted her In New York,
pleaded guilty to murder In tho second
degree and was sentenced to imnri-iou-nieiit
Hut you can bo cool whllo being
bhaved If you go to thu,
Cunha'a Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street