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. HUI PUUHONUA STUDENT
m ruTro rniT runni
Th first Htwalita atodaat to laave
tor tba maiDlan uailer tk buspieos of
ths Hoi Pouhoaua la now on bar way
to .o A o galea la tbo paraoa of Mlaa
Malffl A buna, who will euter a normal
aebun, a ikt Boatbara CaUforoia city
for ao advaaeod eouraa. Baa la paying
fJrtT of bar ipenae but of br ' own
aa v'mjs, the balance to b not by the
" alias Abuna was graduated from tbr
Territorial Normal soma four yearn apo,
after nbirh sbe taugbt In tbe public
acbuula of Kaoa.
The Hawaiian mutual benefit aocirt
bopea to be able to help a number of
yuubjf Hawaiian students secure their
attrbar eduvalion oo the mainland, nnl
. arHh the aeadiajf of this yanog woniuu
to Los Angeles a start has now tu'tii
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HUNDRED AND EIGHT
Officers Training Camp Closed
Sudderriy Ahead of Time;
Under unanticipated orders rweivrd
from the war department yesterday lb
'Officers' training ramp at Heaoneld Bur
rarks s closed yesterday afterni :in,
the officials In charge ordered to Tari
ous regiments, the enlisted mea on duly
returned to their regiments, aad 'i"
hundred and eight etndents were com
niismoned as second lieutenants and or
dfred tb report to their res;iments at
Hltty tao percent of the student
strength (if the ramp qualified for con
missions. Among these were a goodly
a umber of island men traaaferred to
Ih ramp from the Hawaiian National
Guard last May and appointed to the
school from civilisa life. There were
ma ay of tbe Island boys, however, who
f aitrd to pass and these will be trans j
ferred to regular regiments aad will
serre as enlisted mea to the end of
the war. this having been a provision
made prior to their entry.
The roc rip I of the orders was entire
ly oaeipet'ted and caused unonaal activ
ity at headquarters and in the office of
the bureau of militia affairs, causing
Major Peale, the ramp coramaadaat, to
motor into the city, and retain in the
middle- of the afternoon to assemble
the students and read the list of tbov
ho had been appoiated to the covet
ed second lieutenancy.
Col. H. C. Merriam, chief of staff,
and Maj. James D. Dougherty, of the
militia, affairs bureau, motored to the
ramp, arriving shortly after four
o'clock aad were present whea Major
l'rale gave out the news.
A special order was also read hich
officially brought "the ctmp to a close
sis davs ahead Of the acheduled time.
LaAt f raining Oaa.
"This will be the last officers' train
lag .ramp held on Oshu, " said Colonel
Merriam. "All traiaing of aBeer will
be conducted ia maiblabd training
camps ia future. This It the third aad
final camp of the kind to be bald la
the Hawaiian Islands." ;
Tenfborarily all the (madras) ' and
eight aew aeeoad - lieateaaats atd as
signed to the 20th Infantry, tVaieb Is
row shy one battalion. This' give the
regiment tbe largest number of officers
nttached to any one reflate at Of the
"Tbe camp has given some fine
young men to the army as officers" was
Colonel Merriam 's comment, as he fold
e4 up the offlcidl list and kastlod to
ih motor for tbe twenty mHe ron to
tha earnp. ' -
Local Bora HatBM
' . Among the focal boys appointed are
Donald B. Blsnrling, formerly with The
Advertiser; L. Young Correthers, artist
and amateur thearricat producer! Char
les M.Hite, formhrly with the natiohaj
gutd: Predarieb A, Saaaoftf, Jr, aoa
ofT. A.' Bdhaefer of Nouaoa Valletj
Thoma H. Abel, John 0. Zabriskie,
rdne fficbolion, 'Gustavo Efallentyae,
Herbert V. Caalp, Jamar F. Morgan,
BoJaft C'-voit TernMkv, of Maui; Vr
paoWHd, Bernard yicars at Hiloi John
P. Van, yalkeabnff, who waa a member
o4 Ma' afeaad ' training camp; John
Dah,:n Mof-Capt, J. B.,Galt a( the
rjuartetmastlir corns; Charles t. Acker
mat., 'frank O. Mutherlaad, Boss Page,
Tnniam i. . wiuiams.
Tha complete list of those appoiatd
i as follows:
'C'Vlbert, l-on K., t. 2nd Hawaiian
WtlTiHt, Charles J., sl. Co. C, ?nd
McDouald. Jlmes U , sgt. Co. U, 3.'nd
Kyle. Ocey IV, aupegt. Co. U, 2nd
Ward, Clarence, sgt. Co. U, 25th In
Blending, Donald H , pvt. Co. I. 2nd
Hite, Charles M , pt. Co. M, 32n.l lu
Collins, Joe. .-pi. Co. I., 2nd Infantry.
Rouoo, William D., Ut ngt. Co. 0,
hutherland, Frauk i . pt. Co. K, 4 1 la
Htorms. William H., pvt. 1st cl. Co.
M. Nt Infantrv.
Callaen, Fred P., i-pl. Co I), 3rd
Dykc. William, ngt. 1st el. Co. C, 3rd
D. iat Infantry.
Q'Kocfe, John P.. 1st sjrt. Hup. Co.
Williams, William I.. H., pvt. H, 1st
McCurdy, William H.. pvt. 1st el. Co.
Hill, Thomas K., pvt. Co. I, 1st In
Mirk, Cyrus M.. pvt. Co. E, 32nd
Kellogg. Edward T., cpl. Co. O, 4th
;arrer, Pereival (., wag. Hup. Co.,
Upton, Oren H
Riggi. 1 lauilc II
cpl. Co. F, 2nd In
pt. Co. M, 32ud In
Lettering n, Umar. p t
Co. I.. 3 2nd
Mel. sin. Half. ay'. (V t
Popp, Herbert C. a(t.
l , 3rd LugM.
Co. I, 2nd
Wallace, Waldo W , pxt. Co. A, 3 2nd
Windham, Hainuel C, pt. lit cl. Co.
I, 1st Infantr'
Whaley, Henry K , i-pl. Co. K, 1st lu
Harvcll, Karl W., . d. Co. C. 2nd In
Mattingly, rieliert 11 . cpl. Co. I., 2nd
Noyes, Boger I... sgt. Iat cl. .'ird Kit
Franklin. Benjamin H., i-pl. M. i. C.
Maddry. Willisui A, pxt Co A. Nt
PsMwell. Charlie, iat. ( i. M. 2u.l In
enr. Hoy H , i' - 'lr'' I nrs
Potter, George (., sgt. Co. M, 32nd
McLean, Burt it., pvt. Co. K, 32ud
Clpp, Richsnl E., sgt. D, 3rd Engra.
Bchwefer, Praderich A.; Jr., pvt. Co.
H, lad Infantry.
Bushing, Urban, sup. sgt. Co. M, 2nd
Abel, Thomas ., pvt. Co. A, 1st In
Hansen, Herbert, sgt., Co. A. fad In
Hilton, Elton M., cpl. Co. D, 3rd Eu
I.lndmy, Harold E., cpl. Co. H, 2nd
Sneed, John , pvt. Co. A, 1st In
Moore, Ueorge K., cpl. Co. L, 32nd
Gilbert, Howard W., pvt. Co. t, qind
Campbell, Arthur H , pvt. 1st cl. Co
D, 3rd Engineers.
MeCray, Lawrence t.., cp. Co. C, 3rd
Oorrethera, Lcaley Y., pvts. Co. C,
Marshall, John A , rpl. Co. A, 2nd
Jastraomskl, "Walter Jr., rgt. sup. ant .
Bown, Cools C, pvt. Co. C. 3rd Engrs.
Zabriskie, John 0., pvt. 32nd Infaa
Camp, Herbert W., pvt. 2nd Infantrv.
Craig, Oeorge D., sgt. Co. E, 2nd In
fantry. Ballentyne, Oustave C, pvt. Co. B, 1st
McKay, Wallace H., pvt. M. 0. Co.
Duffy, James M., pvt. 1st el. Co. C,
Johnson. 'Elwin D., pvt. 1st cl., Co.
D, 2nd Infantry.
Adams, David W., pvt. Co. C. 25th
Esbelman, Aldus H., sgt. 1st cl. Co.
C, 3rd Engineers.
Nicholson, Sydney O., pvt. Co. C. 3rd
Youag, Ernest E., cpl. Co. C, 25tb
Bn-rleea, Roy J wus. 1st cl.hq. Co.
Hawkins, Robert J., sup. sgt. bq. Co.
AckVrsiian, Charles K.. pvt. Co. A, 1st
Palmer, Robert P.. sgt. M. G. Co. 1st
Morgaa, James P., Pvt. Co. I, 2nd
TownsenJ, David W pvt. 1st cl. 3rd
Shelby, John, mas. Co. L, 25th In
Balodeaa, AJdere W., cpl. Co. B, 2nd
lyeaVltt, Boger T., epl. Co. C, 3rd En
fcHneet. Page, Boss, pvt. Co. C, 3rd Engineers.
Elder, Dele M., cpl. Co. I, 2nd Infaa
Sneed, Dabney H., pvt. F. 1st Infan
Hktoid, rtilliim P., wag. Sop, Co.
: Matthews, Arthur, sgt. Co. E, 2nd In
Vaa Tempsky, Robert O., pvt. Co. B,
K)-!, Heny I., pri. 1st cl. Co. G, 2nd
Tooley, Joalah O., pvt. Co. C, 2nd In
faitrr. TBatler, Qtfs I... pvt. Co. M, Nt In
fantry.' taVetrdm,.Eiml H., pvt. 1st el. Co.
D, 2nd Infantry.
'. Stewart, Lewis N., epl. Co. C, 3rd En
Vflld, tJrban E., pvt. Co. A, 1st In
. Vaadlrar, Raymond O., pvt. 1st cl.
ha.' Tri4tb Cavalry.
JUrmon, .Ralph D., cpl. Co. H. 2nd
Mptet, Henry, cpl. M. 0. Co., 25th
Themai, Erbis U., sgt. Co. E, 2nd In
Haielwood, Clarence, sgl. Co. L, 4th
V.icars, Bernard W.. pvt. Co. C. 2nd
Elmore, Earl H , vt. Co. I... 32nd
Cook, Boy W., pvt Co. (I, 32nd In
Tripper. Ferdinand K . sgt. Co. I), 3rd
Cole, Leo I... Jr.. pvt. Co. C, 32nd lu
Morgan, William '., sgt. Ins. Meet.,
C. H. Army.
Fisk'. Trev'u M , cpl. Co. Y, 32nd In
Kamill, Robert M . pvt. M. 0. Co.,
Van Valkenbura, John P., pvt. Co. C,
Winter, Albert I... pvt. Nt l. Co. L,
Oalt, John. pvt. Co. A, 32nd Infantry.
Kenny, James J., cpl. Co. I, 1st In
fantrv. Von Rhela, Arthur V., pvt. Co. E, 2nd
Mpwc, Harry H., cpl. Co. D, 3rd En
gineers. Edwards, Kapoleuu, cpl. Co. B, 25th
Burfcfcart, William (., pvt. Co. I), 3rd
Wilson, Koll, sgt. t o. L, 25th In
fnntry. sr. a. a.
10 BE COMMANDER
I'romirtlaM has again come to Lieu
tenant Coinmsnder Ellis Lando, l uited
States Navy, and he is now a com
mandnr, and is believed to be engaged
in overseas duty.
Commander Lando, was appointed to
Annapolis from Honolulu in IMO.i, and
ass graduated from the nsxal academv
i in 1907. As a lieutenant lie was as
signed to duty here as aide tu the
i commandant of Honolulu Naval cita
tion. ' He la a son of Jacob Laudo, and
I a brother of Mrs. Jules Levy and Pri
vase Laudo, of the First Hawaiian In
fantry. ! w. a. a.
The French tri eolor was Hung from
the Hawaiian Department headquarters
window yesterday in honor of the (ires
ence In the i ity of (icucral Pau.
ELLIS UNDO PROMOTED
Belgian Consul To
Visit To Honolulu
Expresses Gratitude of His Peo
pie and Praises Spirit of Kind-
. linesi Shown By Honolulans Ih
Assistance They Have Ren-
Alter nuving sprni a iiiriinynt
HoboIuIu, taking tbe Brat aval ion he
has enjoyed In five or six years, Emile
Casteur, consul for Belgium at Kobe.
Japan, is returning to hia poxt by the
Brat stvamar to the Orient. He was
given leave of absence for hi x wwks
and selected Hawaii for his outing aud
rest. He bai enjoyed, he says, every
minute of hia stay and regrets lii-
drparture. Before going to Japan Mr.
Casteur was stationed at Washington
for a considerable time so that he is
familiar with the United States wliieli
lie considers almost as a "secoud
Mr. Casteur is warm in hii admira
tion of, what he rails the " splendid and
magniflcont" spirit which the United
States has shown In entering the war
nnil its conduct aver since. The onlv
thing comparable to it, be adds, in ail
history, was the generous apirit that
was displayed toward Belgium lniij bo
fore the nation joined the belligerents.
Gratitude I Dee
"I cannot express the deep eni.e of
gratitude which my people feel for this
country and its people," lie said. There
are uo words that ran express their feel-
iugs. With Herbert C. Hoover in
cnargt a renei was exieudci to neigium
such as so people had. ever tendered
snutbor beforo. Mr Hoover is a won-
i . . . .
neriiii .man anu ao perrormeu a won-
lerrui wora in an ailnimi uic irsnner
And yot only reflected the gri.erous
open beartedueMS of the great American
"What Mr. Hoover was doing on a
large scale others were doing on a small
er scale and eo it has been right here
in Honolulu. Mrs. Joseph Emerson has
done a splendid work here, has prac
tically given aerself and her life to our
cause. It has been a delight to me to
meet her here. With her as a leader,
the generosity of Houolulu people has
constantly been shown and people at
home must love her and. her generous
friends, whom she . bar. made their
friends as well.
" When your country cutered the war
It immediately undertook the task of
supplying food to my countrymen ami
(hat .task ceaaed to be a private enter
prise as it had previously been. But
tbe Americans even then "did not with
hold their kindness as individuals and
they are displaying It still in the face
Of all Of tho Other calls that have come
to there. .
Need Not Paat '.'
"There are other rieeda besides food
anil Mrs. Emerson and those like her
rerognize' ibis aad are keeping on tbe
work. The need has not yet ended, I
am .sorry to say, nnd but for the gnu
erous private relief that is being given
there Would be far greater suffering
and aortow than now broods over my
country. For my peopia I thank her
and our other generous friends ia these
Islands-."' , ,
surprised at the tuiiitaut apd military
Mr; uasteur said ho was pleased and
air be found hare, the determination
ha saw everywhere to win for right and
justice at any causa aud the willing
self sacrifice that ia being manifested.
On the military participation of the
country he became euthuaiastic. The
magnitude of .tbe task daunted none,
he said, anil never had there been un
dertakeu preparations on such magnili
cent and enormous scales as are now
going into effect. The raising of the
army, the draft system, rapid training
ami efficient soldiers produced, the afV
palling task of transporting au army
overseas and provisioning and supply
injf tbeui there, the ship building pro
grain, were all being handled in a man
nor that was typical of the people of
tho Great American republic. Not only
Belgium, the whole world, would owe
the country and its citizens a lusting
debt of gratitude.
Spirit Of Giving
Reverting again to Belgian aid, he
said: "And best of all you hae not
given in eharity or at least have made
us feel that you were not distributing
alms. The message that was conveyed
with your gifts was a message of
friendship, not one of almsgiving. There
nan nouiing mat could wouun tnc prnlo
of any. And so it is the manner of civ
ing almost as much as the gifts that
goes to tbe very heart of tho Belgian
W. a. A
Succeeds Colonel Schofield Who
Has Gone To Mainland
Col. (ieorge H. Bingham, I'. S. A..
has ri-H,rte l for ,luty at Hawaiian De
partment headquarters as depart menl
quartermaster, succeeding Col. K. McA.
Hchutield, who is urnv euroute tu Wash
ington for assignment ' to duty. Colo
nel Bingham is a guest at tho Young
Hotel for the present. At one time
he was associated with the work of
the army iu Alaska. He is a member
of many mientinV organisations.
Col. Kenueth Moitou, or d name do
paitment, is also here from the main
land, succeeding Colonel Mettler in
command of the ordnance depot at
Kahauiki, Houolulu. Cvlouul Morton
was recently atatioued at the arsenal
in San Antonio, Texas.
Major Kucn is now iu command of
'he Silh Aero Squadron. He was
formerly xtntioiied at Fort Kuger. He
has red in ued I mm the mainland.
ON BOSTON ED SOX
On'Y Three Full Games Separate
Leaders and Runners Up
i In American Leaaue
New York 117
W. L. Pet.
I Brooklyn .
St. Louis 121
At (it. Louis New York 2, St. Louis
0 (first game); New Yoi i, St. I.ouis
1 (second game).
No other games plavcd.
How Series Ended
Cincinnati 1, Boston 0.
Chicago 2, Brooklyn 0.
Pittsburgh 1, Philndelplii
'lulndelpliin I Oinflii-
New York 2, Ht. Louis 0.
Today 'a Games
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
No other games scheduled
P. W. L. Pet.
IIH 70 4S .5.'t
IIS C7 51 .5(1S
IIS (it 51 .542
1 14 .r0 58 .4IM 1
110 5(1 (0 .483 1
113 54 511 .478 j
114 5 (14 .438
11U 4S 71 .404
I Itoaton . . .
I t. Louis' .
. Yostorday'a Results
j At WmhiiiLMon Wnsliin-toii 12
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Louis 2, New
.Vt Hoxton Detroit 5, Huston 3.
At Philadelphia Cleveland 5, Phila
delphia 2 (first gnme); riiiliuleliliiu 4,
Cleveland 0 (second me ) .
How Series 8tands
Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 1.
Detroit 1, Boston 0.
St. Louis 1, New York 0.
Washington 1. Chieago 0.
Today 'a Gaines
Chicago at Washington.
et. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
ST. LOUIS, August i:i- -Ofticinls of ,
the St. Louis Nationals, in a circular
letter sent to stockholders todny, plead
ed for a loan of !il,0(i(l to meet cur- j
rent expenses and tide the team over
for the winter. The stockholders re
cently subscribed $1X1,000 to defray ex- I
NEW YORK. August The resig-.
nation of John K. Tenor president i
of the National Huseball League was
accepted today by a special committee
of club pi cxidents authorized to take
w. s. a.
STAGE RING FIESTA
String of Dates In East Prevents
Dempsey From Coast Trip
I By Labor Day
j A. FHWCISCO, August Hi-Jack
Dempsey i sn oci'ii,ied nitli his num-
erous fistic engagements the natural
prcrognt i v cs of one ho bus attained
! to such funic so recent ly t hut he will
not be alilc. In ciime here to box on
1 Labor Dhv. A uiic lioin .luck Kearns
) whs rerciNcil Cfi ri'Iii v ly .lames W.
j Coffroth to the effect that Dempsey lias
I a string of dales in the Kast that would
j keep him busy until Labor Day, and
I suggesting that a later date fur the pro
tiosed benefit shm be set, on ubich
I rtccasinu Deuiiisey would be only too
i glad tu i iiini' out here to box Willie
' Median or anyone else that might lie
t A ccnr'l i ug ly the ibite of the big bene
fit mitt carnival has been moved for
war,l a inalter of a week or so, the
new dale selected being Friday cvci
ing, September l.'t.
I Kearns aNo suggested to I'lil'mtn
tlmt he might be able to induce Jcsm
I Willnrd to come to San FiunciMi-o -r
the benefit show. Dempsev and Kearns
I bnx on the same card, though not
against each other, at Chicago today.
' and in betneeu bouts Jin k Kearnn in
tends to do u bit of pel sumling if pos
'. 'Frisco Show Goes On
I Whether Willnrd comes out here or
nut means little or nothing iu the plans
I for tho show. The main event is ill
, ready cinched Willie Median vs. Jack
I Dempsey. And when one stops to eon
j sider that Jack Dempsey won but a
j dose decision over Billy Miske ill ten
rounds, while Willie Median tore in
Mild licked the daylights out of Miske
in four rounds, one cnn but come ti
the conclusion that Willie Meehau i
eonsiderable of u tough lioinbre, anil
would probublv put ii t n better fight
against Dempsev llian would Willnrd
ir-v i,;,t -le- i champion wilhal.
Kearns ofTercil to bring out any filil
,.v- t'Mit Cofroih miiilit dcsiie, but the
supply is plenteous out here, decla. 's
the iioinntei, without importing ia
em talent. Somehow of other these
, Eustcrnci s. with the exception of Hen
nv l.comird. that w e have seen in Son
Francisco don't stucp up any too well
against local talent.
YANK NINE VICTORS
LONDON. August IH -The American
baseball teams scored a double victory
over the Canadians here yesterdav.
The American navy te,im defeated the
Canadian army team. to I. whil, the
Anieri'-nn airmen of Hrook lands, bent
the Canadian convalescents of Epson.
0 to 3.
RAN I 0 10
New York Sun Tells 6. Duke's
125-Yard Race Held M
NEW YORK, Aufuat ft A shift
nsisted and bathing auited erewd that
fairly mada tha Winter Fool bulge
out at the sides saw Duke Kahaaa
moku, Harold Kruger and Clarence
Lane, tbe three famoua swimmers fyom
far off Honolulu, give asalbitlona f
tho water prowess of . the Hawaiian
at Brighton Beach Met alohttx ie
They saw the bronted Kahkaamoka
"crawl" homo ten yards ahead ef Leo
(lidirl, tbe New York A. C. star, la a
special 1 25 yard match race la the
corking time of l: II 4 6. . Kruger,
employing the bark stroke, easily din
tsnoeil King Troenesgaard of the
Rrooklvn Federal Rendetvoua, who'
swam free style, in their mixed mattb
at 100 vards iu 1:08 3 5. Ine bed
Tod Reilly of tho New York A. C,
across the lino in tbclr fifty yard duel
in Kl 13 seconds.
Announcer Chris Dalton, with tbe
consent of Justice Bartow 8. Weeks
and Fred Kubicn of the A. A. U.',
clarionet! to the fans that the Duke's
time was a new world's record- The
former flguros wore 1:10 16. Neither
the A. A. I', nor the International
Swimming Federation, however, reeoa;
nir.es the distance as standard for a
Two Superior rests
The nearest standard distance to 123
yards is 120 yards. In a bath with
four turns, such as that in which Ka-
liHiiamoku performed laat night, Charlie
Daniels swam 120 vards In ItlO In
1008. In a five turn batb Perry Me
OilHvray covered 120 yards in I:0 16.
Both of these performances were' su
perior to that turned in by Kahanam6
ku last night. The Duke, however, did
some giand swimming and coitvUeinu
ly showed he has hist little of tha speed
that returned him king of the eprbil
swimmers ai me uiympie uame - in
Stockholm in 1912.
Tho best performance was" Kroger'
backstroke "100" in 1:08 3 6. The
time turnoil in bv the Hawaiian was
only oiio fifth of a second behind the1
backstroke record if 1 :08 2 5 made bt
Harry Hebnor in IWlt and tied by
Russell Dean of Tale in 191A. .Kru
ger won' by one fourth length of the
tank despite the fact his opponn
i roenesgaarn, used the erawj- stroke.
Besides tho Hawaiian another -fa
nuns visiting swimmer tbsindd .tb
fans. He was Ludy linger -of tie
l.os Anireles A. C. who' taw IfaatafnaAi
iii the United States Army, and faad4
the long trip from Camp Gordob, Atr
la nt a, Georgia, to compete. Lady drew
Jnck Curran, tbe former Now YoMt
a. l.. crack, who is at tbe FederAI
Hendexvous, in a special alatch'-raee
at 200 yards. Th pair awam tof other
till the turn for home, whea Ludv
cut loose and "lost" his opponent
l.anger was timed in 2:28 3-5.
Girl Divers Interest ' . 1
One of the most lutorestlttg" eveats
on me program was tbe divis eoatDO-
titiou for girls. It was won Ty Miss
Helen Wkinw right of Brooklyn , with
tho good totnl of 71 -I fi- points. Mis
Helen Seiple of Philadelphia was aea
ond and Miss Eilceu Biggin of Brook
Miss Charlotte Bovlr aud Miss Claire
Calligau, two of America 'a leading
women swimmers, met in an exhibition
race which resulted iu a dead heat.
J lie summaries:
50 Yard (iiils Race Won by Ejleeu
niggin, nrooKiyn: Heleu Waiowrigbt
Biooklvn leeond; Helen Meiple. Phila
dolphin, third. Time, 35 seconds.
50 Yaid Match Race, Clarence l-ane
Honolulu, vs. Ted Reilly, New York
A. C.--'on by Lane. Time, 24 1J
loo Yard Match Race, Harold Kru
ger, Honolulu, to swim backstroke, vs
King I loenesgaard. Brooklyn Federal
Kcndoous, to swim free style Won
by Kruger. Time, 1 :08 3 5.
2011 Yard Match Race, Lieut. Lodv
lunger. I. s. A., vs. John Curran
Biooklvn Federal Rendezvous Won by
.anger. 1 line. J-o.
125 Yard Match Have, Duke Kahana
moku, Honolulu, vs. Leo (ieibel, New
lork A. 1 Won by Kabanamoko
lime, 1:1.' 4 5. New world's rwnnl
Fancy Diving, Girls Won by Miss
Helen W ain w right, Brooklyn, 71 4-0
I ts; Miss Helen Meiple, Philadelphia,
01 points, second; Miss Eileen Biggin,
Brooklyn. 50 2 5 points, third.
w. a. a.
PARIS, July .11 (Associated Ptcs)
Forced in close bayouot fighting to
.i - ' n nn acro the "d
pf a boche to lay him low, Terr Hur
phy, the Pittsburgh. lightweight, un
able to recover hia gun rapidly aaough
next swung with hia right flrat-upoa
a German lieutenant, who waa ready to
draw upon him, aad knocked th Hua
into uncoaaciouaneta. It waa Terry '1
. ui.. ... . . am e.
Terry ' unit was brigaded with the1
French in the sector about Chateau
Thierry. He was one of hundreds of
volunteers from his regiment to seek
diitv in the front line.
It as the intention at first to have
the volunteers proceed brigaded with a
I re mil battalion. They were given
their proper formation and told to ad-
, vance with the French poilus only to
n certain point, tho idea being to fam
ilisric them with actual fire. Further
'advance was to b mad bv tbe poilus
leaving the American voluuteers be
hind. At tho point tbev were to stop,
thev were overcome with eagerness,
went right along with the poilus aad
made 11 creditable showing.
TERRY MURPHY KNOCKS
OUT GERMAN OFFICER
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HAS GREAT AMBITION
Tom Longboat, the famous Canadian
longdistance ruuuer, now serving
abroad with the Duininion force., has
ambitious plans for ttie future. Ho it
at preseut attached tu a construction
battalion located! ImFraoce and is de
voting such 'laf'''8
In order tb" fjlfrThS-, WMmfu'Loiig
boat recently wrote to tbe city authori
ties of Toronto, Canada, requesting
that th S500 awarded to htm at tbe
time be woo the Boston Marathon race
be forwarded to "Pranc in ordor that
he might expend tha money In a cor
responneneo course and thus improve
hi chances of promotion in the con
w. a. a.
Jack Wedar is after the billet of
hoaiug. wrestling and fencing instruc
tor aith the Boy Scours. The scout
masters are taking the thing aeriouslv
and Jack may be giveu a try out. It
would be a good thing for the Scouts.
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