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I7AWAIIAN GAZETTE. ' TUESDAY, '. MAY-i&WK. -SEMI-WEEKLY.
IFOR NEW OFFICERS
Army Board Completes Work of
; Choosing Guardsmen and
: 'rY Regulars For Course
" MAY GET SHOULDERSTRAPS
One Hundred and Ninety Men
Ordered To Report At Scho-
field Wednesday Morning
,' Thirty six menihers of the TTawitiiftr
Knfionnl (;usrd were yesterday de
flared innlified tn erlter the nest ofli
. Cera' trMning ramp tn b opened at
rVsoleld E;irrr"ks on Wednesday morn
. Injj the itmy board detailed by Oen
ornl Wisscr for the selection of candi
"' dfltes. adjourning nt eleven o'clock af
.'? having e-rir-iiicd nit applicants ol
. the iff, nut n;inv, mitionnl guard anc:
' gradnatcs of acreditcd mainland eol
stgia and univr-si'ie.
t He hundred nnii ninety one van
' will form tre y i on of 1 lie camp
rid nil ate ordered to report for dot;
sof Inter than faaif past eight Wednes
in laotui ,g. nnd I'rom that inatan
tiny will remain in service ontil thi
. tloie of the war, whether they obtaii
' eomniissioii or not. Those who fai
to qualify aa officer will be sent iot
the enlisted personnel of regular regi
tent, to aerve until war ia at aa end
Tire national guardsmen who havi
qunliflcd for Ontranre have already
' been aaaigued to varioua regular arm
' regiments, Including the Firat, Seeont
... an J Thirty second Infantry regiments
' nail the Third Kngineera None o1
them will report to the organizations
however, but go directly into th
The guardsmen who repreaent thi
Flrwt and Second Regiments, N. O. H.
-,' were selected ai follows:
, Guardsmen Selected
..Charles M. Hit. First Lieut., First
Kerlmeat, N. G. H., assigned to 32nc"
Kdmund Hedcmnnn, sergeant, Ma
elirn Gun Company, First Regiment
Jf. (I. H., assigned to (Second Infantry
, sr-John Gait, private, Machine Out
.' (wwrpany, Second Kegiment, N, 0. H.
gjurfned" to 3Jnd Infantry.
'.., Urban K. Wild, private, Machine Our
fiwaapany, first Regiment, N. O. H.
sastfrned to First Infantry.
.Charles . Ackerman, sergeant, b
,' Company, Second Regiment, N. O. H.
;': assigned to First Infantry.
. "William J. Oimbel, captain, First
Regiment, X. G. H., assigned to 32nd
Thomas 8. Adel, private. Machine
. Oun Company, First Regiment, N. 0
H.assigaed to First Infantry. '
.' Robert vow Teaspahy, first Keuteaaat
Beeond Kegiment, assigned to Second
. Leo I Cole, Jr., private, - Machim
. Oun Company, First Regiment, N. 0
- II., assigned to 32nd Infantry.
," , Gustavo C. Ballentyne, first lieuten
ant,; Pig. Corpa, First Regiment, aa
' signed t Firat Infantry.
Bernard W. Vicars, second lieuten
; sot, unassignod, N. 0. H., assigned t
"Jnha O. Zabriskie, private, Pecont
I B.i'g)ment, N. O. H., assigned to 32n
-John P. V. Van Valkenburg, cor
. fortl, Machine Oun Company, Firs
Regiment, N. G. H., assigned to First
' r-iiydney Q. Nicholson, corporal, 8ig
, Corpa, First Regiment, N. U. H., as
Signed to Third Engineers.
... Aaron 8. Ch.aney. (Supply Sergt., Firs
Regiment, N. G.VH., assigned to See
Harry Pomerantz, private, Machine
Gun Company, First Kegiment, N. G
H., assigned to First Infantry.
Robert Hpenrcr, corporal, Seeom
Co., N. G.
u. H-, wssigned to 32nt
I., (irnce. private, Knginec
H., assigned to Third Kngi
Guy K. Macfarlune, private. Maehim
lnfc Company, First Regiment, N. O
ILJ assigned to First Infantry.
Herbert W. Camp, private, Machim
Oun Company, First Regiment, N. G
H., assigned to feeoud Infantry.
' Gerhard A. Hoffgnard, Second I.ieu
tenant, Second Regiment, X. (i. II.
Mtrfgned to 32ud Infantry.
-; MiJo Vauttk, private, brigmle hend
nuartera, N. O. H., uasignel to Tine
"Vivian O. Dyer, corporal, ilaihim
Onn Company, First Regiment, aws'n
d -to First Infantry.
, " Thomas J. Boper, priv-e, Mh lime
Gun' Company, First Reuini "i N. 0.
II.,' assigned to Heeond Infjntiy.
Ooorge Y. Bennett, private, s eond
Bailment N. G, II., asinel to -3nd
Henry R. Auerbacli, serpen n:, .-'iiirI
Corpa, N. O. H., assigned to First In
,:, Claus H. Chatterton, private, Maehir.i
6a Company, First Retfim'nt, N. G
'. J"rrlerielc D. Nott, private. Machine
GuQ.fConipany, First Hegnnent, N. G
H.. assigned to 32nd Infantry.
William L. B. Williams, private
Swond Regiment, N. O. 11 , anni-zned
U Firat Infantry.
, Stanley Wright, Si'cond I.ieut-ntmt
Ptipply Company, Firpt Regiment, N
Q. 11.. assigned to Heeond Infan'n
'. Leslie If. Correthers, private, Khs
Heparate Kngineera, N. H.. aiue.
to Third Kngineera.
Mamtoua Stoauurh Md(
Cln ass Syslwa kbulUr
livw, atlsiiay and Bl.a
tn HtmdHtf Bluud
(Jsmimt si Laullv.
All Drutflsls. '
Rosa Pag", sergeant, Signal Corpa,
N. . If., assigned to Third Engineers.
Howard 8. Robertson, private, First
Regiment, X. O. ,11. , assigns, to First
Infantry. , ... ... .
James I. Morjian, private, Machine
Gun Company, First Regiment, N. 0.
H., assigned to Second Infantry.
Karl K. F.lmore, private, headquarters
company, N. G. II., assigned to 32nd
Harry n. fSpellman, 3t.t privata, First
Regiment, N. O. H., asaignad to "First
Kvery member of the 'Rational gusrd
who lias born registered by the select
Ire drsjt l0Ardsnr 'lis re
lesse today from fhe draft lists,
through Captain H. Q-ooding Field,
Elective Draft oflfloef, and, will then
hnve to secure his discharge from the
National Guard of Hawaii, in order
'o be regularly enlisted ia the regtilar
'I he snme procedure will apply to the
vilirns selected for the camp, except
'rat. of course, they have no conec
ion i th the national guard.
Tt.e civil tn who passed successfully
were aa follows! rf
K-s-ell , W. Palmer,- formerly of
'idii"-nn Xrricultnral Collei. residen'
f Wniluka, Maui, asnignej to Secom'
Wilfred K. Harrison. Cornell I ni
ersitv resident of Honolulu, assigne.'
n V2n Infnntrv.
Frank f. Sutherland. Oregon State
v (jricnlttirnl College, resident of Hono
iln asignel to First Infantry.
H-rrv H. St'ne. formerly of t'ni
ersitv of California 'Ondets, redden
f Hfwiidiilu, assigned to Second In
Albert 1". Hoeffer, Agricultural and
(echnnienl College, Weat Raleigh. N
'., resident of Honolulu, aasigned ti
William A. Robbins, Unlreraity of
'aliforma, resident of Punncne, Mimi
ssigned to First Infantry.
.T-nies D. Lewis, Jr., t'aiversitv of
'nlifornia. resident of Honolulu
signed to Second Infantry.
The only exception granted fo
'ose who are to report for duty a'
icht thirty to the commanding office
if the training school is Sergeant Will
im Clay Morgaa, National Army
nsurance Section, who frill Teport a'
The orders completed yesterday fo
he selection of men and announcemen'
t their future movements swas signer'
y Major James D. Dougherty, Q. M
. N. G.. I. 8., Officer in Charge of
, w. . .
TO FIGHT, HE SAYS
Charge In Connection With Sale
of Rice To Be Heard
I.. I.. McCandlesa, accused of flng
lntlv disobeyiDg the regulations ol
he Hawaiian Food Commission wher.
ie sold rice in this eity at ten dollan
t bag two dollars higher than thi
rice set by the food commission wil
ot be given a hearing this morning a
as originally intended but will oe call
'd on the carpet on this charge Mon
ay morning. Owing to the fact thai
liere will be a meeting of the count
genta at the food commission head
uartera this morning, is the reaaor.
,'iven out yesterday for the delay.
In a statement to The Advertise'
aat night McCandless said that he wa
ot only being unjustly discriminate'
gainst by the food commission but hi
nd all of the Hawaiian rice grower:
'ere the victims of a plot eoneoctei'
V the "Big Interests" to drive them
ut of business.
"Rice growers in these islands havi
ever received any encouragement froir
-he 'Big Interests,''" said McCandlea
ast night. "Every obstacle has beei
iut in our way to discourage the in
'ustry here and I believe that thea
ime interests arc behind this move
nent of Child's to make us sell ric
'ar below that of the California prod
"The rice business here has no'
een the gold mine that the publi
hi nk it is." he concluded "and nv
ooks will show that I wrote off a tota
ss of 5000 in 101T Kice was thei
oiling around three dollars and a hal
'nd four dollars a hair. "
Since last Wednesday niht Archi
ald McLaren, head lona of the Kihei
lection of the I'uunene pluntation on
Maui, bus been missine.. and in spite
if every effort made by the combined
'ones of Alexander A Ruldwin, no
'race of him can It1 found. He was
last seen Wednesday niht Ht Kihei.
After hia disapearauci- was reported
on Mani wirleases were sent to Hono
lulu friends and the Alexander k Bald
win agency asking if anything was
known of his wheniilxnits Inquiry of
all acquaintances h":e and u cheeking
of the paaaenger li.-is if the Inter Is
land indicate that hi I ms not come to
this city, unless under an assumed
McLaren hud le;i u i iuiipluining of
being ill and milking arrange
ments to come to KoiKilulii just before
he disappeared, lie !i;ih lieen eruploytM
ou Maui fur sevCml vents.
TOMMY MOWATT DEAD
CHICAGO, April Jn Tcmmv Mowat
a widely known liyli' er.-ht lioxer, die
to lav. Me bad Kce i ,1' foi some time
w s s
FANNING BEATS WALLACE
DENVER, April .'I Arlos Fanning
of Oklahoma was avurd.d the deciaiol
over Otto Wallace of Milwaukee in n
fifteen round boxing mutch here The
men are lightweight
iijii III vL
TO "DIG IN ' TODAY
Will Take Up Its Quarters In Rep
lica of Battlefront Dug-out
and Start Hot Campaign
With the slogan, "dig op i ox our dug
out", the War Savings and Thrift
Stamp committee will dig itself in to
day at iU new beadquartera ia the
Campbell Block at the eorher of Fort
and Hotel Streets. The aaw keadquar
ters are a replica of a dug oat on the '
western front, Copied from a photo
graph of General Leonard Wood's eon
ferenee n ith Genera) Mandolon of the
French army on one 6t General Wood's
visits to the front. I
The dng out occupies the eornar of
the unfinished Campbell Building. It
is revetted with sand bags and camou
flaged with green wk. hot stwyy '
mittee tropes tftafv 'ih'JpfTe' W fhe' '
cnmoiif Ibjj", the people of Honolulu
will find its range, and tire heavier the
'lomlrardment, the better. The dug out
Is the work of Jay Elmont, whose win
low displays in behalf of the Rod
,'ross at Khlera Lewere and Cooke, and
ihe Red Cross Drive headquarters have
drawn much attention during the last
DmiiiK the nex few weeka the com
mittee under Robert Shingle, terri
torial director; A. N. Campbell, tem
poral v chairman, and ' Philip F. I.ee,
executive secretary, will do its beat to
preiid information concerning War
-living stumps and call to the atten
tion of the people of Honolulu the
necessity of saving and investing the
pennies that are now sacrificed to
waste, vanity and indulgence.
Are "Baby Bonda"
War Savings Stamps are "baby
bonds". Tswy boar interest in much
the same way as Liborty Bonds do,
but they sre put in each small denom
inations that they will furnish a handy
investment for the savings of the poor
and for the small snms that people may
save by denying themselves small lux
uries. They are backed, aa the Liberty
Bonds are, by the credit of the United
States Government and they will con
tinue to increase in value until Janu
ary 1, 1923. At preaent a War Sav
ing Stamp ia worth $4.18; on January
I, 1923 it will be redeemed for 5.
Every month increases the value of
the War Savinga Stamps one cent.
A Thrift Stamp ia a 25c stamp, is
sued by the government, but which of
itself bears no interest. Whenever any
one buys a Thrift Stamp, however, he
is given a card which has spaces for
sixteen stamps. When the card ia fill
ed the holder may exchange it at post
offices bank, or any authorized agencies
Tor a War Savings Stamp, by paying
the difference between $4, the price of
the aixteen Thrift Htampa, and the
price of the War Savinga Stamp, which
at present is 4.16.
Saturday la Thrift Day
Each Saturday from now on will be
known as Thrift Day and the merchants
of Honolulu will endeavor to aid the
saving campaign by giving as many
Thrift Stamps aa possible ia tha way of
change. Vext Saturday will be mark
ed by a demonstration by the chil
dren of the eity.
Mav 21 will be National Pledge
Day, and the local eommittee will make
a special effort to market stamps and
organize the saving of the community.
The Honolulu Automobile Club has vol
unteered to aid the committee on thia
day and furnish cars to aid in spread
ing the savings doctrine to all parts of
The arrangements for the Peldge Day
are in te hands of a Woman's com
mittee, of which Mrs. Herman E. Had-1
rick ia chairman. Mrs. Hamilton P.
Agee is in chtrge of the publicity of
the campaign. Mrs. Walter P. Frear is
chairman of arrangements for the par
ade; Mra. A. Lewis, Jr., is in charge
of transportation for workers and Mrs.
John E. Baird will direct the street
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SEA Tut OF FAITH
-SET FOR WEDNESDAYS
leiul) An ocinn trio
May 12 -(Of
b the finul and
I'aitli. the first
'oncrote ship, im b
Thia has been done
t fur Wednesday,
at the request of
the government exot rt who are unwill
'ng to wait until proposed freight car
rying trip from tin- port to Vancouver,
which was the previous plan.
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FORMER GRECIAN KING
SUFFERS FROM RELAPSE
PARIS, May 13
former King of
underwent an op
en reported to be.
oed a relapse and
Greece, who recently
oration and hui lu e
recovering, lias sufTc
ia In a serious con. lit
Acts Itka a Charm in
th on.. Specific In
Tha oniy P
m.iici Tss'lmos asnapaatas sasfe I
n .'i ti
SOON TO DON KHAKI
Popular Local Artist, Member of
Laniaked Colony, Passes tx;
amining Board and Will Enter
Training - Camp, As Will Don
Blanding y ,
L. Young Correthers, interpreter of
classic and oceentrle- dances, designer
of scenery, director of pageants, and
story-teller for group of .children, will
lon the American khaki uniform again
on Wednesday,' anil remain in the ser
vice until the endvof the war.
Ye-torday ho waa accepted by the
examining IsnH of the army as a can-
!idat 'ortko' avftlcera' training camp
it S l.oHel.1 Karracka,' nnd enters as a
member of the national Jptard of Ha
waii. Pn Thursday Mr. Correthers, had
( 1'tcn of being oaee more in trre
amy, b it oa Saturday lie was in the
ii.e o," young men waiting in the, cor
1 I r o the Young building outside the
-.fli' o o' Ms j. James D. Dougherty, an
applicant forfait officer's commission
lie Im I seen army service be 'ore and
or this reason- was accepted in the aa
ionnl uiiard and will now be dis
I :'; t from the guard and asaigned to
ibe Third TJ. 8. Engineers.
.Mr. ( orrethera flrat ame to Hono
1 1 , lii coral year ago as an enlisted
man. Af'es his discharge he joined the
teaching staff of tho Honolulu Military
Academy, and waa identified with the
pe augii-al aide of life for a time, un
til his departure for Australia as pri
vate secretary to. Madame Nellie Mel
, . ' ".
He al-o tqpk A prominent part in tbe
aitistic activities of the city, one of
the things which ia beat remembered
;i his work being the Peacock Ballet
M-hicli waa given ai the Laniakea the
n;er soon after ita ereetioa. After go
.ni; to London witk Madame Melba he
joined Kevilje' and' Bossiter, costume
lemgners, whom he left' to return to
Honolulu. ' :'' V,'
" I cnme,back to Honolulu because I
wanted to enter the service from my
ho. ne town," aaid ' Correthers yester
day, whea.told over, the phone of his
appoiniment. -' ''I am delighted to
know that I- have succeeded, and am
rendy to get.. into the uniform at once
as soon na 2 am officially notified. " ,
since hia return Con-ethers has had
n studio nt Laniakea where he has put
on several charming children's plays
ami haa also designed costumes and
settings for other T",y11 notably,. the
Inst entertainment! of three plays 'giv
n by the FootliffUU.' He will be creit
missed in' the artistic colony whush
lip around te Lanai The
ater. ' ' ' . ; , .!
Dt a Blinding Goes, Too
Donald Blanding. formerly on the art
s'nff of The Advertiser, and who later
joined the army as an enlisted man,
and who has been, Wfth- He headquar
ter 's detachment, njao, wp,n. his chance
to eater the training cajnp, nd goes
to 8'bofield Bajvads .flft,, Wtlnpty,
Among some qf U prominent ,'ouog
mon who are to join, the amp nra -Viy-lan
Dyer, son-in-law of former Gover
nor George R. Carter; James P. Mor
gnn, who recently married Miss Rosa'
mond Swanzy; Edmund Hedemanh, of
the shipping department of Castle t
Cooke; "Sonny" Mnvfarlane, of Wai
ktki Beach: John Veto Vallwnbttrt
son Of A. W. Van Valkenburg of th jl
Oaho Railroad Company, aad . wko'jrf
making bin - second -training' cmp try
for comnilseion; Robert von JTemp
sky, soil of Louis von Tempeky, man
ager of Haleakala Ranch, Maui, and
- 'nils'", he int Maior von Temp
sky, a hero of the Maori wars of New
A,v..iaud, who was killed In the last
CALGARY VISITOR IS
VICTIM OF THE REAPER
' Hugh Neilson,
' w ho had been a
visitor in Honolulu,
guest at the Colonial
I tioiei since last Oct oner, aiea ai ine
Colonial on Weduesday last. His re-
being taken back to hia
homo1 on the mainland by hia
d daughter, who tail for Van
couver bv the S. 8. Niagara today.
Mr. Neilson, waa a respected citizen
of Calgary, Alberta. He was ill when
he arrived in the Islands' some months
tigo and high hopes were entertained
that the balmy climate here would en
able kirn to regain hia health. Thia, un
fortunately, did not prove to be the
w s. s.
(lerouimo Cnyaha. a member of the
national guard, who absented himself
without leave, iwent to Kauai without
obtaining permission of hia command
er, Injured a clarionet valued at 12.60
and disposed of a ggvernment revolver,
hns been tried by court martial and
sentenced to 21(1 days in prison. He
Li Mao discharged from the service
,,t cohered to forfeit all pay and al
and ONLY QENUI' IE.
Cheeks and arraaU '
j FEVER, CROUP, AGUE.
) The tttt iamedy kaowa for
I ASTHMA. BhWhITII.
- ar W a
latlva In NnURAUUa, OOWT, UMBUIsUTIMal. .
J, T. Davsksost, IM Lot on, X
LOS AIIGELES WIIIS. iPIRATESSIIlIT OUT :
TWO FROM TIGERS
Seals nd ' Bees Splif . Even In
Double-Headcr; Oaks take
One From Senators
PACITIO OOAJT LZAQTJI
38 r 82
I .os Angeles . . . . , .
Vernos v i ,.v .-. ii
Oakland . . : :
Hacrameate , .
San franclaco ......
in J3 Chicago . .
0v .r)04pjheinnatl .
20 .474 Pittsburgh ,
19 , Philadelphia
22 .436 Brooklyn .
t. I-ouis.i .
Tanttwdaw'Bj. antti. .
A -fUnramaBt-wAiJrla.Bt..fl. Raera
i 1 -ri "Tximist
Wentw , "! oi( wAl f0ft hl ,
At fian Franciaro Ban Francisco '8,
Salt Lake J (morning game) t Bait
Lake o, Ban Franelaen I afternoon
At Vernon Lios Angeles Vernon
1 (morning; game); Loe 'Angeles A,
Vernon- (nfternoon gam?).f
Na games today; clubs traveling. .
w. .!.nt. . ski..l,..,i.; s,M.'nbn McGraw s New York Nationals
i IT " . .:T i.
day from the Tigers, the Angeles crept
ip in secoid plnse to within one full
game' of the Bees, who are still lead
ing the Pacific Coast 1-eagtni, The
Angela won the morning gm from
the Tigers by the score of 6 1 and the
afternoon game 6-3. I
The. Seal and Boon Split even in
their double-header at Baa Francisco,
the Seals taking tha morning game, 8-1,
and the Bees returning the compliment
in tke : afternoon, 6-1.
There waa only one game played at
Sacramento, where the Oaks walloped
the Senator, 8-4. '
Them will be an game today in tbe
Pacine Coast League, as the club are
traveling to open np tho seventh week
of tho season - tomorrow.
Tho following ' afttea on the Coast
League elnbs aro from -the Ban Fran
Is ;AI1 Off, Says
HJatTaht1 Colonel Announces the
Dear Public Opposes Much
.Debated Rinfl Show
CHlCAXKi, May Jl (Associated
Prees)-r4jltfnel Miller, who haa been
Cromottna the 'long, debated" asscting
ctween lean. 'VYUtnrd, the. worli'a ring
heavyweight. Champion; and Fred ..
Fulton, announced here last night thai
the, pig. fiht .scheduled for July 4 at
vhoaeapolia, Minnesota, has been ofB
elalljr called Off. . .
..Colonel Miller in making thia an '
nouneemerit said that the decision had
boon arrived at only after it wai as
-eortained, tbajt the public waa opposed 1
,Th big fight, which really never
seemed -to amount to much.' is all off.
There was never much faith, that it
would W ynlled off. Neither Vtllafd,
nor Fulton, to jndgs by malnlnd news
paper dope,' has appeared so very anil
Ous to get together.
Now that the light is off, there Is a
good chance for Fulton to do some
fighting for Unole Ham in the European
trenches. Wlllard, being beyond tbe
draft age, will have a chance to volun
teer his services to the country in Am
erica's big fight against the Hun
Fulton has been hanging about San
Francisco recently and he may pick up
some victims over the four round route
Willard ia believed to be turning his
ryes toward the l'aciflo Coast metro
nolis and he, too. might join the Blood
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JESS WILLARD WANTS
TO DONATE TO SOLDIEBS
CHICAGO, April 20 Camp Oraut
wants the Willard-Fultoii fight, but the
promoters must mate ine oner, aecoro-
1 nn 0 wnrst A fsASa thAan nthit Si a WO ihS
affair in charge for the camp today.
It is undrsto
ierstoed the proposition de -
pends upon what terms the promoters
ar willing' to make for the-benefit of
rne samp ainieaov runa. t
Jess Wlllard today said , he was In
favor of the army proposition, and
he wired Colonel Miller to give every
consideration to the plan. ."The camp
authorities osn count on me
thing in my power," he said,
the soldiers could have the
from the first flgM'joioturoa.
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GALLOWAY WILL LEAD
STANFORD BALL TEAM
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, )rprll 1
Hugh, Galloway, shortstop oa (hi
year's varsity nine, has been named to
captaia the 1619 Cardinal tossers. Gal !
loway is a sophomore In college and:
earned hit varsity initial for the first
time this year. He played on his fresh
man team last year.
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SEAT, FORMER PITCHER.
IS KILLED IN QUARREL
ST. JOSEPH. Missouri. Aoril 23
Patrick Heay, several year ago a pitch-
er for Milwaukee in the American As-
eociation, and St. Joseph in the West -
em League, died in a hospital here
from gunshot wounds received during
a quarrel yesterday morning, A u -
pect la being sought by the polled.
Braves Win From Cub
Other National Games
Played yesterday- . f
KATIONAX LBAOTJB STAMSINO,
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i Yesterday's Xesalta
t Chicago Boston 6, Chicago
Uther games postponed; ratu.
And the Giants lost again yesterday!
i . Playing tholr second game of the
' Fcrlesi In the near West at Pittsburgh,
for their second defeat at the
hands of the Pirntea and the latter
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not only defeated them but added r
shutout to the proposition. Yesterday's
imniu registered tbe first shutout for
the Giants. It was a close contest;
score Pittsburgh 2, New York 0.
The only other game of the Natioaa!
League played yesterday was at Chica
go, where the visiting Brave won
from the Cabs. It was also a fairl'
close battle; score Boston 6, Chicagc
There were no changes in the stand
ing of the National League clubs a
the reault of yesterday's games.
. While no games of the American
League will be played today, as all the
Western teams are visiting in the
East, the National League has its full
qnota of (fames scheduled, the Eastern
Wubs being now in the West. Thi
schedule of today's games Is given
LEAD IN IE
White Sox1 and Indians Handed
ShutoutsRed Sox and
Tigers Also Defeated
YANKEES RETURN TO
' AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING
' P. W. L. Pet.
New York '22 13 9 .591
Cleveland 21 12 9 .571
'Boston v 23 13 10 .565
Chicago 16 9 7 fl"
Washington 21 10 11 .476
St. Louis 19 9 iO .474
Detroit 16 6 10 .378
Philadelphia 20 7 13 J50
At New York New York (i, Detroit
Cleveland 0. ,
At Philadelphia Philadelphia
At Boston St. Louis 4, Boston 2.
There was a complete reversal in tin
American League yesterday, for thre
of the Western teams visiting in the
Bast were defeated, they having wor
the day before, and one Western club,
which was defeated the day before,
It waa good baseball all the eight
teams put up yesterday,- there bein(i
two shutouts and all the scores wen
close and small.
Chicago aud Cleveland remained at
tbe top of the game only one day, foi
New York went back to that station
again yesterday. Cleveland is now sec
oud,1 with Boston and Chicago follow
ing in close order. There was ni
change in the standing of the othei
four teams of the league.
The Yankees won from the Tiger
in a close game at New York; scorn
New York 6. Detroit 5. At Wanhiug
ton the Senators shut out the In
dians; score Washington 1, Cleevland
0. Tbe Athletics also administered a
shutout to the White Sox; score Phil
adelphia 1, Chicago 0. Another close
game was that plqyed at Boston, where
the Browns were the only Western
team to win yesterday defeating the
Be1 Sox; score tit. Louis 4, Boston 2
TheM) sre no , to(,
1 la nr-. irtii ir errc
, WIMOCi. rtnrvi-ic ocio
NEW SWIM RECORD
PITTSBURGH, April 20 Success
fully defending her title as national
champion breast stroke swimmer at 200
yards, Miss Mabel Arklle, of Philadel
..hi In an nmiati,. maa n t fha Vltta.
' burt'n' Atnlatic Association here last
i pUjjit net a new American record of
4 n, ,.,- di-tanoe, . Miss Ruth Smitli
of the Columbus, Ohio, Athletic, Club
wa only a few inches behind her and
also bettered the old record of 3:30 4-5
Harry Taylor of the University of
Pittaburgh won the 100 yard junior na
tinna) back-stroke championship with
C. Leach of the Hamilton Club of Chi
rago second. The time waa 1:17 2 5.
MAUI HIGH GIRLS WIN
IN BASKETBALL GAME
The Maui High rUibunl sir
played the ''AMeara at the
Kahului gymnasium lust Friday even
i-7. s-vs I'-'st Fridnv's Maui News of
Wailuku. The game was Interesting,
although somewhat one sided. The finaJ
wore s-aa twenty to four in favor of
the High School team. The following
played on the High rlchool team: For
! wards. T- D"yum and Meinecke; een
ter, R. Lindsay and O. Robinson;
guards, K. l.indsny and I. Wells. Uef
Jeree, Mr. Spencer; storekeeper, D. C.
TO CHARLOTTE BOYLE
Hundred Meter Swim Tie Decided
At Santa Monica;
SANTA MONICA, ' California,
May 13 (Associated Press)
Charlotte Boyle of th New York
Women' Hwlmmtaof Association
WJ.'t- "34 roJllgaa Finney,
iyontfy 4 married, swam off last
nioht hers th tt of tleW 100."
meter rtco at the -Los- Angeles
Athelttc Club tank last Thurs
day evening.' Mis' Boyle woo,
thereby deriding her superiority
over th distance.. '
The tw mermaid swam th
100-meters In-1:21 8 5 last Thurs
day night at Loa Angeles. Mias
Boyle has been defeating Mrs.
Kinney right along during their
preaent swimming tour in Cali
fornia.. She. won th -60-yard na
tional i . A. A. , UV championship
event at Neptune Beach, Ala
meda, California, ' on .April 28,
beating Mias Dorothy Burn of
Los Angeles by Inches. Mra. Fiu
ney and Miss Leila Duncan of
Stockton finished tn the order
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