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HAWAIIAN C7A7F.TTE. TUESDAY, JUNE 18. 1018. SEMI-WEEK rY.
HonoluIifJBoy Now
Commander
of Submarine Chaser
i
Randolph Wilson Scott, Only)
Twenty-one Years Old Is Mak j
ing Good and Has Bedh Given
Deserved Promotion In Navy
Hi'W Honolulu l.nys are distinguish
ing themselves in the serv ice of th
nut ion is illiiHtrntril l.v the r n i I rise
iu the naval service of Randolph Wil
son .' utt, who formerly lived hen' n t . 1
is ii graduate of Oiihii College. At th"
age of twenty one young Hcott ha
I.e. n j 1 .1 I in command of one of the
fleet nl' suloiiariuc rliHflpr thut nr.
gnat Im the ocean lanes in the t
liintic over whien troops nrc pontine;
int" France. .News of the youth's pto
mijUon win received in ITonoltilu t cs
terliit lv his mother, Mrs. James
Hoi!.'
i".'in Scott's promotion wns given
to h m on the other side of tin' At Inn
In when the former i nptuin of tin- t os
sel was trniisferre I. The letter that
Lrenht word of tin' promotion sai.l
th:.t tin' siitiinnrine ehnser again was
! tit to start nnothi'r l'iiiiii nine rrnisi
Soft t'.as one of Unit first to hear
his oui.tiy 'h .-all. When thi- war Lrnke
out he was n freshman at Columlna
l"i, i '-i'ritv in Vew York. A month nf
tc,- th' declaration of war he went t
Ni"Vpori n ' I .joined tin' Natal Rrwrvr
Cios ;t n I oniere.l upon a iimrii' ol
trti'Mi'iL' on tlic submarine rluiTr fleet
at ett London. In tin' examination
thn' followed this training course In
st I seventh in a ' Ins of three hun
.! .! men mid shortly after mis ma I.
ae'- t ' the rommamler of a sul.ninnn.
el mt.
I'l-oriotion followed iiii'klv :i n t him
ernl n niiths Inter he ttns orilere.l t
Vo-.v York to prepare for actite serv
i-v. h'filv this ynur lie wan mnile iv
':! I in -ommniid of a sub chaser. Win I,
censorship restrictions have veili'il hi
i.ri r in recent month it may not In
ilo i.te t that he has been spending tin
wintM in the hazardous servile in th
Nirtli Nen and probably in the Kti(!
I' h Channel. What value tittnchc ti
this so tiee is shown by the fnet tha
he 1, h gone forth again at the aye ot
tr eri'y one in sole rommanil of one ot
t'le i hnr Meet.
The hoy was horn at Mnkawcli, Is
lu'oi of Kauai, mi l Ins father. li. i
u. vr Rt Santo lniuiii(jo, was liirnii il
mipier of Kihei plantation on Main
A 1 rother, (lorilon Seott, who :i
gni'l .i.'ie.l from Oahu last year n n
t. -io WHH a fia.jor of the I'linalnm i n
I'vts, reertlv went into the artn wit!
fie -i.tioriul fiiaril, in whieh he w n
ec pot nl.
w. a. s.
INLAND
Mrs,
Vera Mehrten Brown Pass
es Away At Vallejo
Mrs. A. M. Tripp, willow of thi
late Captain Tripp, has just receiver,
the soil news of the ilenth of hei
Ciar.lniece, Mrs. Vera Mehrten Brown
nt Vallejo, Maie Island. California
wlii.1i ur'i'il on the eeninr; of Max
2.'. 19 IS.
Mrs. Hroun was a daughter of Ha
waii ntnl was liorn at Kapauhi, ftere
t min street on May s, lss.l, but sini-i
1 '." has lieen a resident of San Fran
r.sivi and Valleio. hininj; jjone to tin
I'ny City with her mother She n;i
e hoated in a pruate s. hold nt Oak
In ml fin 'I 'then reunited to Vallejo
vitli her mother and hrother, .1. I). K
Mehrten, risidnie there with Mr and
I'll vY (ied'e. It wa there that sill
leet her hi. .-Land who is chief drafts
I..i.:i of the Mare Island Natv Yard.
. a daughter .,)' Ihiniiii, the Inti
Mm. Itrown Inn.- an iiinisiiallv li.ne
1 1 i v a i in n name as t 1 1 n .er haoh
ii stian names. !., as Mart Althc:
i l l K'el.a ilian k il, mln nikapuokahik
1 a':: I .mi In mm M.-I,iten Hinwu. and wa
ll, e daughter of .1 . iiten. deputt
marshal iindi i Mar-hal ol the Kin
doi Charles H WiUou, dnrine Mi,
rei, r- of the la
(in
i I .ill ii oka Ian i
el t 1 1 Ii ( 'oln n '
tl i in h n h lion
e. 'ut ae and
lit r tamer was
a part
Coyne ill the fun
the'i- partneishi
Mehrten.
.rs.1. H Hi,
her tlirfe ehildien
er i ,' H k In n I n
ol he I II II , I III ot h
at ''i:m Collit
M i s e ra A n
1 1 Ii a ten ne, SjM
, nllMlls, ' M C
I t s I l : n
.lint
r,M Pi
t' M ,
stri-et and an
,"e!n c..iy,., ni
F' fl Pi" i Sen, and
( 1,11 .-uirh Oeilye
I:. ..'d-e of th
1,1
(
Hat i
Co . l-'axor
. -in i I ,, I -1 :i n late In
Sit n I ra in isi o. a in
.-. U 'a ml . t 'iii re-'idt
- ! ra in e i in
'.I i s ie.;.',
l''
, i, Mrs I- K Mehrten and Inn
; r i ' ' 1 to nt , ' ' M a n. a Pi i a . ' ' Mrs A . N
1 i"' . at 17 II P,i"iMina I'nte II,, no
OLYMPIC SHOOTERS IN
RUNNING FOR THE TITLE I
. FH .NCIS('(), June 1 - If tin
inn.-isco Olvinpic Club drops out
I'nlt.d States Revolver contest
..rtland Itet-olter Club may win
n inpioush i p of the Pnited State-
liis year. The Olympics so fat
line through with n clean score
; won seventeen matches and
noue. Hut no scores hate been
i. ,f the (Hvmples for the last
lints n'ld it is th..uhl they have
,de.l . 'I h is will put Port la nd i n
la. e nith o si ore of fifteen wm,
e lost
f I
BBC
COMPOUND
Mirvcioct Stoma, h MJI
Cii and Syu.i. k.-t-u')4r
e. . IC.4nv anj HlaJ-i-
l.'rn ilv tln f'.l.sij
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TVENTY-FIFTH INFANTRY ATHLETES
WIN GREAT A. A. U. TRACK ANO
' FIELD MEET BY AN EASY MAJORITY
. . -
A. A. U. TERRITORIAL FAIR TRACK AND FIELD MEET S ORE
s ii
ins
V-nliis tl 0 n n
'. S M.I. A. ( it i .; n
tetriKKor M I I .".
Yaikikis n n n n
louoliilus 0 0 J n
"itentv fifth :t J(l :
secund Infant ry ... u n i n
"lnrd Kncjineers n n n n
unrl h t 'at airy . . . . n n n I
' S. Nat al S'atian 0 i
in.t 1 .1, lied ii n n n
II 11 II II
lanrt Records Broken
'J'JO yard dash Simon-. Tvtentv
' fantrv. 1 5 seeoiids; foimei
d - T. C Melim, Tride A I'HH
5 f!
n ii
II II
I :u yard hiyh
I'rtt. l)utriner,
hurdles .lolin M
y 1 5 seconds, made
i trial hent :
i.-r. Triide
line If., litis,
L'JH varil low
former record- V M.
a (HHiii. in i:. tied
hv Watt in linals.
hurrllen .Tohn M. Watt.
tutri)ia'r. 25 4 5 seeonds; former rec
ird -'Thomas More, St. I.oais Athletic
ssociation iHM. 2fi seconds.
mil yard run Rnhiiisnn, Twentt lil'M,
IntantrX1. L'm L'see.: former record
'.art Kaston. Kaniehnmelia (1!MT . 2 n;
"i 1 5 seconds.
5 mile run Manuel M. Kerreirn, Ho
iid'ilu Athletic Cluh. 2Hm 22 :i 5 sec
nds: former record T. Terarawa,
I'a'i I'acifie 1uh (1!1H March i, 20m
J 1 2 seconds.
Half mile relay- Twenty fifth Infan
rv. 1 m .''.'' I 5 seconds; former record
Triple A il'iHil, lm :l:t .1 5 seconds.
I'lilt'inr lii pound ihot Carolina,
fwenty fifth Infantry. 4(lft 4 in : form
- record Stephen Sotiza, McKinlet.
i'ii:;.
H'.ii'nine; hi'h jump 0. M. I.indley.
'ut r i r. lift Id I in; former record
W. V. .Innssen. McKinlev Track
"earn i I'.'l.'ll. 5ft In I 4 in.
Javelin throw - Arthur Coomhs.
rwenty llfth Infantry. 14Hft .'lin: for
'icr record Georce Dawson, Kameha
teha MHlHi, 144ft fiin.
Vew Hairalian Record Ert.bllhel
Ii" vard dah T. C. Melim, Honolulu
i 2 Ti seconds.
8UMMAEY Or EVENTS
Mile Run Kol.inson (2.)th)
first,
inn' 4m. 4.1 sec, Hchlaefer
( Marines i ,
lecoinl. Vitas (H), third;
(1. M. Ca
inrio (Oi. fourth.
Shot Put -Carolina (2."ith). first, 4il
ft. 4in., Hanks ( 2r.t h t , second, :!Hft.
tin.: Mil 'andless i(li, third. :t7ft. 4
n.; firniirose ( ,. fourth, .".4ft. 4in.
Inn turd -lash Watson l2."th), first,
ime In se..; Simons (25th), eeoud;
-ditau'e '25th-. third; Smith (Oi,
oiirth
Ssu tat, I r in Hol.inson (25th), first,
v ( O i . second ;
mphill (25th i.
ime, Ml
n ma n , 2
; Si ick ne
third; 11
Ml.
'our! h.
tin t ni l dash
line, ti 2 c, .
Mc
. Ilea-
mi ( II ), first,
- i 25t h i , second ;
I harle.s Ho ( W i
n- , 25t h 1 , lirst ,
tlelim (III. see
. third; Hat nne
nhlisi
on rt h
th . third.
a r
I lash
II, n,; I, II
. fourth.
aul'
lift , II,,
, Pa--,, Hi
II.
-mil, pi;,,
5t I,
lied Pel
251 h ..
(),, third
,. llarte-.-adi
1 "ift
hurdles
. Ki-llev
,-rsoii
I'l-iiiiil,
1 lift .
(O),
Hill.
Watt
i 25th i
Kb,
Pift.
Oin. ;
tied
(O .
25th
. fourth
i, linn, lit
. . Pallet
third; Newton
,-n ,25thl, first,
251 h i , second ;
third; Mil
It Ii
1 l
Kii'i rn ers i .
Court h.
,tv hurdles
, , Weston
hell
Watt
1 lower
(Oi,
( W ).
2 ".th '
. third; Matlock
Perreira (II),
5 sec; Robinson
-II (25th), third;
2 5th
I. Daw, I,
, 251 h
li- tin
t
.rtli.
I 'is,
iTft .
tow Carolina (25th I, first.
Poller !25thi. second. l'H
ii dlam i W I. third, Plllft ,
'in,L. III. Sfift. lull,
ip 1. indict- id . first. 5ft
Rollins lOi. 5ft. In, n.;
".th . third, .".ft. ',lin.; More
. fourth. 5ft. Tin.
r.dn v Twentt lift h. first .
J 1 5 sec, Wnikiki, second,
thud Fourth I'ntiilrv.
" Ti
II, eh
' .. I
'new -
li
an I I 25th ,.
Half mil.
ime. 1 in .'.2
l lilt nue.'-r.
'ourth
.latclin th
lirst. I sft
I III. se,, ,,l
'N'l. it . tin
llh Cat ally
I I H III III. 'I
lOllll'H I
25t I. i .
ri-'iies
P
looft.
I 2rift
foil rt ll
per
It...
1 lifi ;
I lm ;
117ft.
oh mi
Malonc
I rein ud.
llin.
(2.5th-..
it h i . see
third. HI
rth, H:5f!
, first, 21
nd. 2"ft.
'ft- Ma--
-, , w I a r
i ; Hank
I ml In in
lirst.
nd.
it 2
Pi
1 I.
I' If
t t
W ,.
. foi
'.Mil i
I. Per
If 11 -
s ()
el I
5th , ,
till
I -ft.
U I
I ,,f
Mli
"h.
( .
1 1 I
f ai i
Infantit I,
led test.
V le,
riternil I i
total s
The ' 'ut
.1 i
a r
3'vt cut t ti '
1,1 Ha r r ae I. s ci
,f s,
hofi
a t I
I ti.
erii'.ori
I t" u I
Id
run I at t he 1 .
K n a 1 da ii i
I'd ii ii t
I'm k . ith i
Cluh Hani i..,.
The II. moll. I
iii thud plat t
it I,
' lul
5 CCD
.;
VI
I !'
1 1 i;i
I
in
i
ii n
n
II 11 11 11 li li ii ii ii ii ii is:
with li' poin.s and the Wnikiki Athle
tie Club was fourth with 12 pom's.
Other teams finished as follows: Ma
rfnes, ;i; Fourth Cnvnlry. .'I; Third Pn
inetrs, 2; Navy, 2; Second Infantrt.
I: Anahis, 0 and the unattaclie I entiies
0.
The Carr Wreckers scored
!1
po
more than all the other eluhs
L-ether, tho total for tie Intt
I ":
r h,
7x points. It was n regular T-vcntt
fifih Day. The victory of the Wrecker.-:
wns not unexpected, tut that they
i' ' nhl linve such a clear mn unity over
all their competitors was a marvel and
a revelation.
OreaWt of All Meets
Yesterday's meet wiw the nientest.
luir none, ever held in the Islands
There were many "largest" items on
the program. It was the largest audi
encc an A. A. I'. meet has ever drawn;
there were, more athletes and teams
competing than ever lu-fore.
Nino Island records were broken and
a new one, that for the tin yard dash,
nrs established. The track ttas the
fatest. as the times made show. It
had the cinder put lis of Kaniehameha
Field and Alexander Field "heat a
mile ' '.
No meet was ever held in the Islands
in I's fast time, and yesterday's num
bered by far more events in addition
to the many preliminaries. Kven the
timers' wntehes ticked in unison with
tbe record-breaking occasion, for the
five time pieces used recorded exactly
the sum time for the five mile run
to the fraction of a second.
The most spectacular event was the
five mile iuii, in which Manuel M. Fer
reira., the thirty-three year old athlete,
broke TerajfBwa's record of last March
by a minute and two seconds,
limy OsJled But Tew Chosen
In this event there was a field of fif
teen runners to start with hut only
five finished, in this order: Manuel M.
Ferreirs of the Honolulu Athletic Cluh
in twenty eiyht minutes. twenty two
and three lifths seconds; Serjeant Rob
inson, Twenty-fifth: Private Dintdell,
Twenty fifth : .lames smith. Twenty
fifth and Corporal Wimp, Twenty fifth.
Robinson set the pare and took an
early lend at the start, beiiir followed
closelt by Ferreiia. Kobinson finished
the lirst mile in 5:15. nith Ferreira on
his in els and the other three men men
tnmed above follow inc.. The second
nub- saw the men nn-nt mned cross the
Same unit
-1-1. rub It i
Robinson and
the lead of the
intnif; the two
rri
Id.
lies
Pel
ml
ra
ii
K.d,
in 1 1
I.I
5.
it n
a Inid
Kul ,i n-
elltll
the
the
of a mile
end of the
three miles
I
t
1
I'lie .,
Ihree followed
in the same nil or
rerrelra Takes Big
I ii i n ra t ime
tin- 2:. 4" 15 his
li.i t i h - in i en s, ,i
Lead
t.,i tl
ti
or miles
Rnhinsoii
ntnl the
tt ithout
lead ov ei
nisiderablv,
nine alniie;
otln
t hr( i
on li
p.i;
-,! 1,
,,i -ii-
a In i
th
llit li-
of a mile sepurat
.ion sou tt hen the
line winning and
in record brenV
it as fresh, w hile
i jjood deal wind
men came alone, m
ia and It
d the-
e li t e mi I
Kcrieira
appeared
It. I,
I lie
id tun
.th,
la.-.-
- a nd
.till
in
tin- same dd oi
I M P.
ira returned to tin
Match after an ah
ais from the cinder
lied t hi rd . Teran.a w a
r a : i, 1 1
;a rr
last
a .b,en
,. u lie tl
li,,,, the I
,n.m II M
' i"d -lasi
dlst ll li,
nt.
no kc second
-.lulled two til
I-
, I n;
loll,, it s
li
Kna 1
Ii I (niile ,ln,
the (list hent.
a
,1
P
a
I i ii
i a
n to I
li .
ind Satage, all
in the seen. I,
-1 in ii ii s. nnd Sat
the orilei iiiiiii
II, III' I, until
I,
l
' . , 1 - W at s. ,i,
1 I lushed ,1
ii I', .it li Sn,
Ho'
tnsoii Wins Mile Easily
, . ie .- - .. t me lt.d.i nsoii
'i,. I 1.1. it In. Ii came
's i 25th
vt 1 1 li i n :
1 l.e
isting
record
I
.1 M.
Wiilt,
I'lllllllil
an i.e. i, Vit
1 1 M
'aiturio toll
wed
.pi I 111 the
Ii, , , , -Milts Si
' ' 1: I . C. V
llll
in ' t I, ii , t h, ; d. t
s SH t age i '.1t I
I ll,,,,,, hill ,'.,11
W l. third
t aial- in this . .
I .-, r, t . hi'llig I'
1 1
nil
lull
Nliiiii
t ,.,
ton dil
a . h
'.I Ii I . Hell) pli i
.nd pla. c. Si in
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rpiired two trial heats. In the first John
M Watt broke tho record by a fifth
of a second, while in the finnls he
tied the old record. The hents went:.
Hist, Watt (O), Kl l-.T; R. . Newton I
Ith Cavalry), nnd NctaeRnf Rlalsinji
i 1 1 h Cavalry); second, Fortson, time
I- 2 5, Kellv and Hurley, nil Twenty
fifth.
Watt Easy Winner
Watt won the finals ensilv, time lii
2.5, followed by Kelly (25thl, Fortson
5thi, and Newtbn i 4th Cavalry 1.
In the first heat for the 'iO yard dash
Johnson (25thi finished fust, time Us,
with Poj:ue (W). second, nnd Melim
III. third. The second lie. it went:
-a.nP i2.5th). first, time ti 2 5; Hereon
:5th,, second, and Charles Ho iWi.
thud.
Theodore Clifford Melim (II) won
the finals in thi" event easily, time
ii 2 5. estnblishlnc; the Hawaiian A. A.
1". re - ii'il for the distance, this heini
tl.e firsl time it was run in Ihe Islands.
v;nti' 0 linil Johnson of the Twenty
f ; ! a e e seennd and third, and Char
li s Ho of the Wnikiki" fit Mied fourth.
lit throw irio the sixteen pound shot
forty fe t and four inches Candin.i' of
the Twenty firth broke tin- record held
l Stephen Sours. Hank'- of the same
,-i.i v us sec. in. I, With M ' I'll n ie .s lO,
t iin. nnd (Irnnrosc , W . fourth
Two trial heats hroinjlit tie 22"
M id lo'V hurdles on nct In the lirst
hint Watt of the Outrincao tn first,
"i'hoi.t trouble, in 27s. with Matloe's
'25th) second, nnd Hn mini Ith Cat
ii'i v i, third. Wc-tnu I)..-- e- ren-le t',,,
-i -ond Ks it in 27 1 5- f..r W-ikik e
e ith .l.Tilnn (2.5th) se. mid. and Mn'mi
, i the Nnvf third
: yo'.ie More Watt
in tiie finals of tin- itei.t Wa't
aejain an euay winner tor th. ()n"-i
.. in 2.5 15 and eslnblish
.j. a new bual re,eid. Mower iWi
' ii' second; dorian '25thi. t'uiid, a.n.
Mi't'o k (25thi. fourth.
Robinson of the Twenty fifth won
' i e '-.I yard run by a yard from Joseph
-tikney of the tie' i ifft , time 2m.
s.. e- ta ;lisli i ng another llaitaiian rec
old. Stieluiev was i a the, lead up t"
about fifteen yards from the tape. He
Late out and Robinson bent him to it
l.f n close shave. Inmnu and Hentp
hil' of the Twenty fifth were third and"
fourth, respeel i velv.
In the pole vault Fred Peterson won
out for the Out liefer, (join.' over the
run at eleven feet flat. He triei Inter
l,,r n record hut cue up the attempt.
He-. I and Fassotli f ere tied for a lonjf
w hile, hut on the jump off Herd (25th i
took second place at 10 ft. Id in. while
Fassoth lO) came third, 10 ft. 0 in.
with I. nutlet and Harvey, both Out
richer, tied for fourth place nt IU ft
in.
440 Easy For Hamilton.
It was an easy race lor Hamilton ot
the Twenty fifth, who ran the 410 yard
in 51 :i 5, failing however to touch the
record time. Hailey (2,"ith) was second
while Hoover (.'Ird F.njjincers! finish
ed third, with Mitchell (25th) fourth.
No new record wns yiade in the dis
cus thiow, which was won by Carolina,
the strong man of the Twenty fifth.
His distance was 107 ft. 5 in. Kutler
was s nd. also for the Twentv-fifth
1U4 ft. 5 in., while l.ndlam (Wi was
third. 100 ft., with Kiiny Tai Pong (H.
fourth, -li ft. fi ill.
new record was made in tin' run
ni i" hi.'h jump hv I.indley of the Out
riliher Canno Club, who cleared the
bur nt 5ft 111 '! I in. Rollins of th"
same club was second. 5ft 10, while
In e i -on of the Twentt- tiff- wns third
5ft Phi. with Moreland i the same
team fourth. 5ft Tin.
The half mile relav race wns a pret
one the Twentv fifth team winiiiriL'
ir-t place in I:. '12 I 5 nnd establish
'". n new record. Wnikiki. with Chas
l riiiininir the final lap, finished sec
o'.l with the ( nt ni'ejer
Fourth Cut airy fourth.
Record Iu Javelin Throw
Tiie Hawaiian record for
r I i i m was hud 1 v sina.- hed
C uhs of the Twenty fifth,
a i,..,. e as I tsft .'tin. Frank
1,'e i o' lies, ihe well known f
i- ,-ti si 1 place for Ihe
third and
tin- javelin
hv rtlnii
whose dis
i ' ' Miner
lothnll end
Honolulu
Ml i.-tie Cluh l.ioft I 'in
p.,- v.t t- third 12
I . I: ud. Fourth Cat airy.
III".
. it it h M ji Ion.
rift llin. ni"1
fourth. 1 KC-
,-i of the Twentt fifth wn
the fore, this time as winrie
.ili -ni pound hammer throw
en n
t ;i
.1 1 st .-' nt-f was 1 1 5t't
llin.
Hanks
-,. ..f flic Major Carr
- ' , , s ' seco-'d
, 1 1 a in v.. I ik i. came
I ', ' - ' 'tt iidless of
ii ..if i e.'at ion of
114 ft iiin wh d
third. 'MM :Vi
the Olltlie;;;er
."ih. -5ft.
lie i n ii ij i n l' tiroad junn. was th.
-t , . cut of the meet to he finished
..-ell Twenty fifth, was first wit1
.. I In Inie I'crrv ' "Oft 'tin. an
li fe's '.'"ft. irmr the Wreckers see
I and third place also. The Seeon
Int.-
trv broke into the naire nt Mi
bv making, their one point of tin
int
it. for May
wns fourth
tft 11 1 "in
HI
thi
DfJ.CQllisBravme's
The ORIGINAL
Acts like a Chsrm in
DIARRHOEA, ...d i.
th one 6,.c,fic In
CHOLERA .nd
DYSENTERY.
Tha mnlf Palllatlva In
Convlr.ulns Msdlesl T'lfnut. kccoinpsntM Ma tuilla.
i in It, i - l, .11 ' n".u .a
PtivH k"slji"l. t 1 ft. !. IO
HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS BREAK THREE
WORLD'S RECORDS ON THE COAST
AI.AMKDA, California, .tunc 17
l v
Associated Press) - Bcfote n lare
audience of nriuatie fans, at what was
the first Irifj meet featuring the Ha
t-ait:'n nimiiiitit stars in their ocenn
tn (rrrnti tour of the mainland of the
I'nifid ta'es to raise funds for the
' inei h n I''. (--ross Society, Duke P.
I- a ii a ti a look ,. Clnicnee l.ane and Har
. Id ("Stebby" Krttger Inst niht
ii(-rie nst i rted their supremacy in th1
i n i when each of tie trio broke a
it . I.I 's re -ord.
The fie: t puke, kinif of water
sprin'.'is swam the I PI yard distance
i.r one minute nnd one and one fifth
ec'-ru's. thi" esi n hlishi n g n new world's
ir I for the distance.
Clateuce l.ane in swimming the HO
vat. I dn'nti.e .ii foily two seconds
l.iole another world's record.
Ilaold i"Soh!,y") Kru(rcr, the
'li:,! of ihe II",taiinii tisitine trio,
'- I 'o . a aorld's record when he
-I'.r.i tl.e mi .wml backstroke in thirty
iii lit I'tid two fifths seconds.
V.'.s .watl BiR Day
M "as ine-t a-s'ir-'d'y llnttaii's hi
'm- te-te .-.-it- in ,he b'-.'akino of nth
Ictu- ri . ords. for i.t thi 'Meat Terri
ii Ip r -iuii:1 V . P.. I rack nnd
I I teee nice He 'inifin records were
'." f',.. ,'.,iei paths, the snnd
p t nnrl in Ihe weight throws, while
re ."-I . tis e.-tiiblished. this for
i- C'l i
ml dad', a new event in the
. ."lids.
N., satisfi
d with tho dnv 's work
II
3engalese of Vernon Take;
Double Header From Oaks;
Angels Beat Bees Again
SEALS DROP TWO TO
KUUlitKo 5tNAIUK5
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAOT7E STANDING
P. W. L Pet. ' P. W. L. Pet.
a!t I.tike li :t 2S .574 Ho'ton 55 33 22 .000
l.os Angeles T t In :i;t ..-4H New Vork 52 30 22 .577
Sacramento li'.i ;;7 .530 : .'lev eland 5 30 28 .536
V eitiou . 7.1 3S 37 ..107 , ' hicngo 47 25 22 .532
hnn Vrniieisco 74 32 42 .432 ' M. l.ouis 50 25 25 .50(1
Oakland i 73 30 l l .4111 V. iishingtou 55 2"i '.'U .473
i ri'ilade'ihiii 41) 19 30 .38
Yeaterday's Results '. Detroit 4i 17 ') .370
At Salt I.nki l.os Angeles .1, Suit !
I .like 0.
Al Vernon Vernon
( first game) : Vernon
(second game).
At San Kriincisco
San Kriincisco 1 (first
tiiento it, San Franci
game ).
Oakland
Oakland
Sacramento 2,
game ) ; Hacra
no 2 (second
SAN KltANCIsCO. .I,,,,
lontiliues to bold the hoi
4 l.evereiiz
rs as far as
itchers' Hterages are cone
e.'k t he Suit I aker en me
iTiicil. Last
on lop of
.lean Duhne, nlau of Salt Lake. This
tune Duhne is iii third, with W'i'St of
sue i a in en to ho'din
The other averais
Pitcher
doit n second plnco.
W. L. Pet. K.R T.
le t eien.. Salt Lake. .11 3 .7Kti 2H
A est, Micrtuiietito . . -12 .714 22
Dill,,.,-. Salt Lake . 7 3 .700 22
'ran. lull, i os Angeles in 5 .m7 31
llrov. n. l.os Angeles K 4 .01)7 22
.eC.,he, Salt Lake . 7 4 .03'! 30
I'lili.-n. l.os Angeles ii 4 .H00 .10
I'n-itilet. ai t amen ! o 7 5 .Tis.'i U!t
heck. .-rio.ii . 7 5 ,5t: 23
't a i, d r id gc , I .o A u
les 1 3 .571 Hi
i -i,,n. Sn u 1'ian
.-is,.. 5 I .550 25
I'r, iituie. Vi-iiiiiii . . 5 4 ,.15ti 21
iiiii, Sun ,'iaii. i-co ti 5 .54.1 IX
Kelt Vrllllin 7 ..LIS 2H
ai. Ill, -I Si. lallicllto 7 ti .53S 27
i,. gh, ii.-ikIiiii-I . . s 7 .033 2'-'
J writ.. i iiion .... 7 7 .500 1M
-null,. San - lam isco 5 5 ..ri"0 33
la ike. Sn, i anient,. . I I ..100 1(1
LViger. Vei ii. oi ... 3 3 .500 17
I'. iiiier. .'-ah I like . . 3 3 .500 '-'
( Vrl.f, D.il land . 2 2 .500 23
'-fs.i. San l'i niu-is'o 1 1 .500 3
'..nkright. S: It Lake 1 1 .500 l!l
' uiase. Oakland . . 7 M .4fi7 33
iutiii. Oiiklniid ... 0 7 .402 33
) Doiil. s L .1 li .455 2!)
v t ni li l. in-r s. v. , . 5 0 .455 IH
"ittery, salt Lake . 0 t) .400 34
t. '-ot-.n. Saet a nient o I S .33-1 34
: i i-iiK-r. Oakland . . I s .333 32
:t a us. suit Luke . . I !i .30 47
I. ,l,i sen. s. L' t! .250 21
l leiicia. Los A'lgeles 0 3 .000 13
1 ..-hell ei noil 0 ti .000 1 7
and ONLY GENUI ,E.
i Checks and rreti
; I EVER, CROUP, AGUE.
Th Lett vmedy known fo,
j coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis.
NBUHakaiA, whit, snsvsiaiissi.
I S.,la k1anu(otuicia.
- I J I. l)vrtiT, Lid . Loiwcn,
SE
1
at home, Hawaii's mermen broke three
world ' records Inst night in Alameda.
Fears that Duke Kahanamokn was go
ing buck as king In the water sprints
aie thus dispelled, for his performance
Inst night was remarkable.
Clarence l.ane, the Karoehsmehi
School youngster, now attending 8t.
Mart 's College in Oakland, has again
show n that he is fast coming to the
f i out as a performer in tbe water
over the short distSHirrs, si the. time
he mode last night in the R0 yard dash
goes tn prove beyond a doubt.
Harold Kruger, Honolulu'! own
"stubby," keeps np his remarkable
work in the backstroke swima, more
lenmrhnble Inst night by his breaking
another world's record, this time over
the i.n yard distance.
Miiniaiid Eye On Hawaii
The three Hawaiian star swimmers'
all w orld beaters, nnd ttaolr mnnaer,
On en Merrick, who is reporting the
m:' inland tour for The Advertiser ia
ft I . ' i t i on to writing for other paper
ml Clair Tail "Hesi" Tait as hit
f'nnds like to call him have a lot
of work ahead of them for the next
I.e.. month" for they will appear in
the thirty biggest cities in the main
lend.
' he Hawaiian swimmers are drawing
more attention to Hawaii at this time
tlan tre most sanguine thought poi
sil !e before they left Honolulu. Kvery
mainland paper Is boosting the gTeat
I'i'me nnd the cause these Island boyi
ht-tp entered in.
F
i! .
Red Sox Still Leading American
League, With New York
a Close Second
Yesterday's (Sanies
I At Detroit New York 5. Detroit 2.
I At Chicago Chicago 3, Washington
10.
t M. I.ouis -
St. I.ouis 2,
-Cleveland
U.Htnn 1
I, I'hilu
At Cleveland
diljdiia 2.
He ton retained its lead of one game,
however, as both Boston and New tork
lost Sundav. to Detroit and Chicago.
res'ectivelv. Huston gained another
game, todav. The St. Louis American
tent into thin! dnce ahead of Cleve
land because of the Indians poor
fielding and ineffective thnut;! heavy,
hatting.
W
1
o
3
3
3
i
1
3
OUR CLOSE GAMES
IN WEST SUNDAY
L R H E LB OB
3 lit 5!) 3 44 17
1 45 7'.) tl 4 15
2 1H 4!) 5 27 19
5 28 0!) 17 73 39
3 IS 57 ti 40 19
4 31 7M 11 17 30
5 20 44 13 3 3(i
4 17 52 7 4H 27
Ho-ion , . .
I New York .
St. Louis . I
iCIev eland . .
Chicago . .
Washington
l'hiladel,l.ia
Detroit
NATIONAL
LEAOCE STANDING
P. W. L. Pet
47 32 15 .6M
4.S 3 -J Hi .IK)-,
-Ill 22 24 .47.
l!l 23 20 .40!
Ill U3 20 .4ti'.r
17 L'O 27 .42f
Hi 19 27 .413
18 19 2 .!'
C'hicagu . ..
,--i ork .
I'!iilndel.hia
Boston .
t i ie i ii nat i
I'll Ishlll g ,
st. Louis . .
Hi ook It a . .
NKW VORK. .In ne 4 Chicugo cut
Sett Yolk's lend in the Nntiona
I eug'iie to one and a half games an.
reduced it to a half game today. Th
Cnhs won four games out of five, whil
'lie (.units broke even ill six games
l-o-itori continued its good tdnv, win
i.lng five and losing two, and I'hila
lell'hia braced, getting four victories
in six games.
The week's record in each league of
guinea irlaved, won and lost, with
runs, hits, errors, men left on base
fi'.d runs scored by opponents, in
eluding the games of Saturdav, Jun
1, is as follows'
V W I. R II K Lb Or
New York .fi 3 3 Irl 4(1 li 3.1 21
Chicfl..'!) .1 4 I 21 51) 4 44 17
Cincinnati ...1 1 4 In 15 5 22 HI
Pittsburgh ..0 2 4 23 50 li 32 21
Ho-ton 7 5 2 2 54 5 4 JO
I'hiladelr.hia 0 4 2 20 4H 7 M Hi
"t. Louis fi 3 3 22 39 1 1 32 24
Brooklyn . ..7 2 5 13 53 13 40 2:'
w. a. a.
I YALE RACKETEERS WIN
AMHKllXlr., Massachusetts, .Mini
I ne's tennis team mnde a clean
. i in the nine matches with tin
tt ntanl team lo.luv, taking the six
sitieles ,in, the three doubles contests
twentyTnn.ng game
ST, .loshl'll. Missouri, .luno I -.li'.'n
tton a twenty inning game from
St. -l-.s. .h todHV bv scoring two runs
in th. final inning, the final count being
' to I Mi, ides and McLaughlin vent
the fell route More: Joidiii 3 H I
.-i .'.i.'ih lii:1.. Maoles and Collins;
Mt I.uiieliliu and Buchuud.
W. I 1.
NN I'll A('IHC), June 2-.Inniuy
l ux. !i;;ht w eight pugilist, well-known to
local light fans, enlisted yesterday us
ii second class seaiunn in the naval re
serve I
Harold Kruger Still
Doing It Iq
Backstroke Swimming
"Stubby" Makes 400 Meters In
6:27 2-5, and 400 Yards In
Six and a Half
KAN j FR A efcirVX, Jnne . 17- ( Asso
etnted Press) Harold ("Stubby")
Kruger of ftonolulu made lo remark
able performances here yesterday as
pnrt of the program of the day's swim
ming events staged by tho Ilawuiinii
aquatic stars in thoir grent Red Cross
benefit tour of the mainland.
Kruger swam the 400 meter distance
backstroke, in six minutes twenty
iieien and two fifths seconds. The
440 yard distance he made in sit nun
utea and thirty seconds
There seem to bo no figures avail
able for those distances in the hack
idrnke for comparison with the tunes
niv.le yesterday by Kruger in 8au
Krauciseo. However, It is coneeiled
hat "Stubby" has mnde notable
tune in notn instances.
There is keen interest in Honolulu
ind all through Hawaii over the recent
lerforinanc.ea of the three notable tin
Annan swimmers. 1 ne nreasing oi
three world's records by Hawaii s
three star in Alainedn on Buttinln.
vas the main topic of conversation on
Ie beach at Waikiki and at the Tor
itorial Fair in Kapiolani I'nrk both
SMAirday nirht and yisterdny.
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