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BL S EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 19, 1912. ', I
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tin- owner of tin' Kibooner Hi'nfnrrr ilc
clili'il to pntir tbe triiiiKini'lflc rnw.
mill tblK. a IntlnintPil by tbe brief
on bit riri'lviil liiri'. i'iiueil Hip ioit
ponnnpiit of the Mnrt from Hip 1 1 111
til Hip Kill
Tlip Sun I'mni'luro ("liriinlcU of Juno
I.opiiI vni'litniiipn nrp loohlnK fr
wnnl ultb Intin-Ht to tin nice from
Sin i l'oilro to Honolulu, now Hint I.. A.
Norrli linn iUtIiIpiI to enter bin kcIiooii
er (foil Hirer. Norrli wim permiiuleil by
Hip Siuitbern ynelitliiK enHiimliintK to
reeimililer bin iltiMalofi of not pnrtlr
palliiK In the rnee, wlilcli win orlit
linilly Kebeilulfil for nest Tueaibiy, anil
Jiben tbe Viihvnuvt-r Yncbt ' flub.
HiroiiKb J. AmIi, ber owner, wired Hie
. tiinly entr of Nltounh In the event.
i tbe Sun Vnln'clxco Kklpper nwide up 111"
in I ml to try for bnnorx.
' "Tile rueo will be contested by four
iKintK. euub from n widely xepuriiteil
illxlrlet. Tbe Sim DleKii Ynclit flub
bnx entered tbe xebooner l.urlliie, which
lield tbe rerord for the trip to lluno
lulu until Hie llnwull recently croxxed
the ocenn In elKhteeii iluyx. The llu
wnll will reprexent the llnwull Yncbt
"N'orrls will tnkp hlx Henfiirer to Sun
, 1'edro durliiK the week und the Urltlxli
I'oliiiiiblu entry Ix nlreudy on her wuy
' The new dnte of the nice x Kunduy.
June ic. The Seufurer wiih built In
the Stute of Mnlne. the Nntooxh III Se
little, the l.urlllip by fuptniii Mnttbew
Turner In llenlclu und the llnwull In
It Ul U
DUKE IN ONLY
.v .niiko Kiibnnnniokii wllUiiive.only one
cliunee to iiiuke Kod nt Mnckholin. Ac
ixirdliiK to the Hunt xelectlon be Ix en-ten-d
In only n xIukIp event, the 1U0
ineler. free xtyle. It Ix xoiiiewhut of
u Hiirprlri, Hint the Inenl xwliniuer wiih
not niude one of the reluy teiiin, but
the xcteetliin eonuulttee evidently hnd
xonie Riiod renxon for Its netlon,
rollowbiK Ix the Aiiierlciin xivlininlnK
100 ineterx, free xtyh Jerry Mcdlll
vruy. lllinolx, mid Duke Kiibuiiuinokii,
100 ineterX linck xtroke llnrry 11.
ion uieterx, buck stroke II. McDer-
lilvlnif (IiorRp (Inldxlk, fhleiiRo, mid
Arthur Mel.leenun, New York A. f.
Teuni reluy .Mcflllllvniy und Ileb
iht The deelxlon of the American Olym
pic xelectlon committee wnx unuouiieed
June 10. Krom the tliniixnnd entrli-x
In eneh event only thoxn who hud xhown
the bext performnncex were xelifted.
In iiddltlon there wux u xiipplemeutury
llxt iirruliKed, but the men mentioned
will Imvu to pay their iAn expenxex.
(In the pfeferrcd llxt new wonderx
lk( Vrluht of Dartmouth, in the poln
vuiilt; llorliip of Stunford Unlverxlly.
tli lilRh-J.tinplliK miirvel; Klvlnt of the
Irlxh-Amerlcun Athletic flub, who
xumxhed three wurld'x recordx In the
1S00 inelfrx run In the blxt two weeks;
Kramer, the I.oiik Ixlund fluli'H world.
cliuniilon dlxlunce and cross countiv
runner, und Yoiiiik Irew, the ncRro
sprinter of KprliiRllehl, Muxx., lire In
cluded. (a llic II ii Me tin Job printing mid
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laHKS TWijt'Tt''lt TrJlH!uBT'TTx;Vt?ynJl'Jt fiaTt1 VaPIaHaiaiaiaiaiaiH
The speedy sloop Kamehameba, Captain Meeker, Is In racing trim now,
and although unsuccessful In the Initial event of the Hawaii Yacht Club's
regatta program, the Irwin Cup race, the amateur tars who sail her are look
ing for fresh laurels In the Maul Challenge Cup race July 2. The Kam won
this event last year, and Meeker expects to repeat the performance and bring
his. craft in first this year In the run fr om Honolulu to Kahulul bay.
C. T. IMEJOHN
Two In n row for flinrley l.lltlejolin.
Thriii wi eltx uRi he wnx one of tho
vletorloiix Donna team In the Moaia
lutercoiirt tourunnieiit, und yexterdny
he wulkeil oiT with llrxt place In tho
llerelMlila club'h hivllallon bnndlc.ir,
liy itefeutliiR Jack lhiar.1 In the finals
l.lttlejohii pluyed throuRb n hi' of
I a rd malt hex. und dexervex a lot of
ciidlt for hlx success, lie wux rated
ul fluxx II, receiving half llfteeii from
I,. Sinclair, Hie only fluxx A man In
the lournnmeut. whom he dlxpoxej o(
liuiul"y. Yexterdny iitternoou ho let
tie I'lird-hlttiiiK Jack (iuurd on etli
te'inx, und pulleil out un excltliiK four-
xii iiinicii which uevuiopeii euxuy jm-j
ciiix.Krt tennix of the tournament.
(iuurd broiiKlit tho openliiR xct Into
n deuce nffnlr, nud then slumped Imdly
In the second, RettliiR only u kIiirIc
Riime. Tlie third saw tho Ilerctunln
player nt hlx best, ami lifter u terrlllu
buttle he won It C-4. In Hie lust set,
it lookeil for a time us. thouth (iuuril
would take It with u splendid clinnco
of piillhiR out the mulch, but Little
John Dually took tbe long end of a U-7
seme, set, mutch and lournnmeut. A
lot of tennix funx will kick themselves,
fur beliiir nmons Hioxe absent, when
the few faithful who Rruced Hie club
house lanal tell them Juxt how Rood a,
brninl of tennix wux served up.
Guard's Service Best.
Ax In Ills iimtehcx of the earlier
rounds, l.lttlejnhn wnx exceptlounlly
Rood at low volleyx mill hulf volleyx
from Hie hi hi court, hut wux mnrkedly
weak overhead. Off the Rroiind he win
butter than (lunrd, und what pulleil the
bitter even time and iiruIii wux bin
xpeedy service, which wus roIiir well,
lie did not huVo iib niucii cut on the.
bull us uxuul, but tbe terrific puce wax
Rood for utmost two ueex every si r
vleo Riinie, and with thlx nilvunt.iRO
ne muiiuReii 10 pun oui iiiohi or mom, j
i.iiiiejouii won lew services ncex, anil
most of the. bnllx which (Iuurd fulled
to return wero netted tbrotiRli cure
lexxnexx The fuct Hint the Donna
plnyer tixik most of hlx own service j
Rumes showed Hint, with Hip exception
of the serve, ho wnB phiyhiR u better
all-round Rnulir tlinn (Iuurd.
Tho llrst set wnx rnthrf iiiieveniriil,
each plnyer feel Ink' hlx opponent out
und plnyiiiK well within hlmxelf. It
llnnlly went to I.lttlejnlin, 7-r..
'Tlio spcnnd set xuw (Iuurd very 1111
stendy, and tbrowliiR nwuy point after
point by seemliiRly careiexx piny. Il
kept puttlnu; Hie hall xeveral feet out
of court, not only over the hack line,
but clear outside tile doubles iillov.
I.lttlelolin won most of his polutn by
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inlck pnsxliiR, und did not havo to
xiuuxh ut nil.
Third Set Exciting.
The third set wnx very exclllnc.
(lunrd pullid himself loRether, mid Ly
tnkliiR lilx llrxt two service Rallies
seemed to Ret a lot of coiilldeuce. lie
I hen 'broke throiiRh I.IUIeJohn'x service
for the fourth Riime und pulled off a
win on lilx mn delivery In the llftli,
mnkliiR Hie seoro 4-1. l.lttlejohii won
the sixth und elRhth on hlx own ser
vice, but tost the seeutli. He took
the ninth from Uiiurd on the tatter's
own serve, but dropped tbe tenth und
the set, after (lunrd hud Ihlllcd off a
number of "horfesboe" points.
(lunrd started' servhlff' the llnal set,
und both player! won their llrxt three
service Riime. Oiiurd mm iiruIii, and
then hi oke thri'tiRh und took HioeiRhtli
ux striker out, rIvIiir him a lend of
.'.::. In the ninth, when the Riimo
wouhl have meant set and very prob
able victory In the decldltiR period,
(lunrd fell down badly, nettliiR three
easy ones In a row. The ninth, tenth
and, eleventh' were raptured by I.lltle
Jolni, atitl I if. the twelfth lip had polut
inutcli ut 4U-40t Here followed a spec
tacular rally, In which (Iuurd pulled
off three heavily cut returns, Hie third
of which went over I.IUIeJohn'x bend
nx ho ran in. (lunrd tiiiully won tho
Knmo anil the next one on Mix own
service, puttliiR him In Hip lpnd 7-C.
In the fourteenth l.lttlejohii won three
points ami the Riime by puttliiR swift
halls to fiuaril'x backhand near the
buckllne. In fact, be won moru points
throuKlioiit tlio match by thlx than by
any other xIhrIo stroke. With thu
score 7-all, (iuurd had apparently shot
hlx bolt, mid he dropped the next two
without uiiy particularly sensational
piny on either side.
(', (I. Iloekus showed both hlx Rood
nature und hlx Rood JiidRiiient from
tbe umpire's stand. He Ix probably
the best tennix umpire In Honolulu.
1'ollowliiR Ix tin xcoro by Raines for
the last two sets, showiiiR the refiu
lurlty with which each player won bis
(lunrd 1 3 4 7 100
l.lltlejolin 2 0 8 ! I
(Iuurd 1 II r 7 8 12 13 7
l.llllejobu 2 4 C 9 10 11 14 IB 9
u :t j:
DR. HAND LEAVES.
Dr. K. II. Ilnnil, for tho Inst six
yours pliyslcnl director or tho Y. II, f.
A., left for the Const on tho Wllhel
lulnu this morning, on a combined bus.
Inesx and pleasure trip that may take
him Into Mexico. Dr. Hand announced
several months urii Hint ho would sever
bis connection with the local "Y." On
hlx return til lm Islunda be will tuko
up development work on Molokal
That John O; I .aim Is HcokliiR tho
Itcpiihlicnu iioinlnallon for Sheriff Is
inns of tho political rumum. I'nllllral
niiuor ulfiu conneclH John with n do
lie to rim for oilier olllces, '
The Invltntlon doublex tournament
that bnx been nrrmiRed by tennis en
thuxlnxtx fi'om several of tho prlvnto
courts of the elty, who xome time nKo
orKnnlzed very Inforinnlly under tho
xomewlint formal tin mo of tho l'rlvnto
(,'ourtx Lawn Tennix Axxoclatlou, will
bo started on tho Monnn Hotel courtn
Thursday afternoon, The day belnu n
bolldny Ix n Roud one to Ret sonlo of
the llrxt matcl)ex run off on, nnd with
several defaults which have been an
nounced, It will be un cnxy matter to
llnlsh the tournament Saturday nfter
nooii, A number of the plnyerx who orlK
liinlly Intended to tnko purt bnve been
prevented from dolus xo for one cnliso
or another. Jrextoii mid Heed, the
Fort Shaftcr team, hnd to scratch af
ter bcliiR drawn; V. Johnson la held
down by buslnexxj U It. Oayler Ix xuf
ferhiR from n sprained wrlxt, mid hli
partner, Kir by Smith, has teamed up
with f. A. llostron; li Parker was
forced to drop out, ax wax also U. (1.
Ilockux. Thlx leaves ten tenma in tho
tournament, which Ix Juxt about thu
rlRht number to handle on two courts
In three afternoons.
Following Is tbe schedule for Thurx.
2:45 Mujor Tlniuerlnke and I.leu-
onnnt Wllllatux vx. II. Sinclair and
T. I. V. Orny; 1. Anderson and J.
Mncutilny vx. Captain Johnson nnd I.
4-..10 It. Youiifc- nnd f. T. I.lttlpjobti
vx N. It. fourtenny mid f. Axelrodi
f. A. llostron and Klrby Smith vx. 0,
Irwlne and K. Kchenkel.
STORY OF NEW
The Hawaii Yacht flub received
some time nRo the offer of a new cup
to be meed for annually, the donor be
Iiir fuptnln Charles ' Wuotl of the
Saclieiirx Head Yacht flub of Lour
Islam A few weekx bro tho cup It
self arrived, belnu; one of the hand
somest trophies ever xeon In Honolulu.
There's nn liitercxtln'R little story be
hind the Rift, which connects ll even
more closely with Honolulu. Here Ix
the way that Captain Wood, who left
for tho Const this inorilhiR, tells It:.
"Ono mornlnir lust xutnmer Septem
ber 10. to be exact I wnx altflttir ,in
ibe lanal Of Ipy cottiiRe, nt tbtj Heix'lde
.limn, iL-uuiuy u iiunoiuiu paper, aii
Item that caUKht my eye Dinted that
John J. I'helpx bad arrived the duy
before In thu xebooner yuclit llrunbilde,
on n trip round the world. ' Thlx made
me sit up iyul tnko notice, for Johh J.
I 'helps ix commodore of tho .Sachem's
llend Yacht flub, to which I belong
at borne. I reud It over aRuln, and then
xaw that tho column wax headed
Twenty-1'lve Yenrx Aro Today.' I then
rcmebercd benrliiR .Mr. l'helps tell of
a trip around tho world Hint he mid
some other Yalo studentx took In a
yacht Just after they Rraduuted, and
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b ..linn en iu iiiu inai ii iropuy io lie
called after tlio club of which Mr.
I'helpx Ix now commodore, und to
which' I, too, beloiiR, would bo most
appropriate for Honolulu yiicbtliiR. So
I tendered the Rift, ordered the cup,
mid will ho back In tlmu to see it
u n n
' PARABLES IN SLANG "f
'!' OF BASEBALL DEFINED
'" " Sqdeeze Play Tho RatherlliK V
'- of plnyerx around tlio iimnlro to
'! try to force him to chmiKu hlx
N decision. 5
Fielder' Choice To risk
breaking a leg trying to make
li dllllcult pbiy, or to get tho 'I'
'' fnnx sore on him. ?
Playing Safe Itnnxtlng nn
' umplro or plnyer from behind ?
' the lilg screen. ?
'! Pinch Hitter A policeman
using hla bnton In a riot. ?
Perfect Throw Ono In which ?
'? tho ball bits tbe umpire on the
fv shlnx. $
! Wild Pitch Tho stnr hitter's
p tlirow of the but wdien the urn- '?
5 plro bus culled u bull tho third
! A Sacrifice Letting mippcr
? cool In order to see the finish of s
v nn extrn'lnnlng gninc.
'! Earned Run One Hint Is oh- S
tnlued by tlio rooting of tho
' funx. ?
"Y" CHESS TOURNAMENT
IS NEARING ITS CLOSE
Thirteen of the seventeen plnyers
who entered the Y. M. f. A. chexx tour
nunient a month ago are xtill manip
ulating the pieces. There baa been
great Interest among tho students of
tho Ritmo from tho llrst, nnd the long
schedule has tried the mettle of nil.
II. II. Campbell la still In thu lend, with
1). L. Maekaye second.
The atundliiRS to date:
1. W. L, Pet.
Campbell 24 20 4 .833
Maekaye 18 13 5 .722
Werner 14 10 4 .714
Kllswortb 24 10 8 .COG
Ncwcoiiih 18 12 0 .000
Onynor 21 11 10 .523
Iteneur 23 12 11 .021
May 22 8 14 .303
Tillloch 19 G',i 13V4 .287
lllird 17 4,4 1214 .201
Maxwell 13 3 10 .230
Smart 10 3V4 I2',4 21"
ncnrdeii 12 2',4 'iV, .'.'08
(Additional Sports on Page' 6)'
FOR GAME IN
American Fighters Returning
on Zealandia Tell of Mcin
tosh's Proposed Carnival.
The flRllt irntnn Ix rnlllncr nn in in..
trnlln Just now, and tbe picking nro
i-.i. sU son ior American lighters ax
they were a while back, according to
reports hroueht hen. VAotor.ini. i... r..,.
llstlc lights homeward' bound on tho
iiner .eaianuta. Jim Harry. "Porky"
r'lj'iin. Jim Clubby and mi Australian
lighter nnmed Jexxun u',.m ii,.. ..
nntnblex who vlxltcd Honolulu. They
were full of gossip of the game, but
were looking forwnrd to campaigning
In the Stntex onen mm-, Anafr.illn,.
ground being worked to denth.
Hugh .Mcintosh will xtngp n big
llglitwelght lournnmeut In Australia
when he opens the gnme up ngaln, ac
cording to the visitors, lie has writ-
ten to hl& American representative Hint
bo will make some handsome offers to
tlio bext 133-pound boxers In this coun
try nnd will do, his utmost to get them
to make tho trip to the Antlpodex.
".Mclntoxb himself linn mil nil ll,i,lu
of coin, but be Isn't letting n whole
nn oi it get nwny just now," said
llnrry "The heavyweights have been
worked pretty bnrd, nnd he thinks Hint
If he gets a few good lightweights It
will be n t'bnngn for the fnnx nnd he
can pick up n pile or inonpy. He wnntx
to make thlx tournnment tlio lilt.irn.t
JlghtwclRht event ever held In tho
.Mcintosh Ix nlso making Improve
ments In hlx Stndlum and expectx to
have It ready In n short time. It will
cost In thu neighborhood of 30,000 tti
put n roof over It. but when It la lln-
Ixhed ho expectx It to be the greatest
lighting arena in the world. He lanlxo
building two large gymnnslumx for the
boxers to train It. xu that tlio fighters
will not be forced to go out of the city
to irnlif. In the gymiiaxlum will bo
Turkish baths for thu use of the light,
Mcintosh, In letters to his American
representative. Tom Andrews of Mil
waukee, iaa been putting In some big
boosts for IIURhlo Mehegaii, the Aus
trallijn lightweight who Is going tn
campaign In the States, but Jim Clubby,
who fought him, doesn't consider him i
u world beater.
llnrry hnd live lights while In the An
tlpodes, two with IJiliRford, one with t
Sum McVey. one with Porky Klynnnihl
ono with an Australian heavyweight,
l.annfonl got it deelxlon at the end of
twenty roi,nda In the llrxt meeting, und
the recund was stopped In the four
teenth by the police, who thought llnrry
wnx Retting too much the worst of It.
Harry himself says that there was no
Heel for this action, and Hint whnt
innile his condition look had wns ii
nasty cut across the lip which bled
profusely. McVey alxo got a decision.
Ryan Does Honors. '
None of the four llRhtera have very
dellnlte plans for tho Immediate future.
Hurry wnntx to ro South, and Tom Me
furey has promised to do whnt he can
toward securing a match. Jim doesn't
llko tlio game In Kan Krnnclxco, where
be Is usually panned by some of thu
paperx, not being overpopular by tho
(lolden ante. While In Honolulu Hie
ipiurtet was shuwn round by Paddy
Ryan, with whom llnrry was In enhlo
correspondence over n light here for
thu I'ourth. llnrry wns passed on to
Kyan by tho hater's old pnl, Tom
Shurkey Jim wax xorry that there wuh i
nothing doing here for him, but sabl
that lie only half expected being nblo
topK'l up a mutch J Honolulu.
Langford's Wife Going Over.
Mrs, Sum IjniRford, wife of Sam
I-niiKfol'd, tlie colored pug, la n pax
xenger on Hit Mnkurn, which dockeil
this niurnlg1 on tho outward voyage to
Now Zealand. Sam expectx to be In
the Antipodes for xome time longer,
and finds tlio game there to his liking.
Auto trips around the Island will bo
made every Wednesday and Friday by 4
the plty,Aiito Stund cars; autos leavo
stand at !) a. m. and return about "
p. m. Three, cam will be placed 011
run If required. IlateH f4.no a pussen- f
gcr. TIioho desiring to make trip aro
requested to come und book. City
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