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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
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OPEN-AIR BOXING BEHER "
FOR PRINCIPALS AND FANS
Innovation Proves Popular Here It Will Mean Better l
Matches For Honolulu and a More Satisfactory Condition !
All Round De Mello-lngle Mill Saturday Will Be a Test.
WORLD'S FINEST FIELD i
FOR LITTLE OLD N. Y.
OLYMPIA
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National
News
Of Importance to Hawaii Is Almost
Always First Published in the
Evening
Bulletin
IF YOU WANT THE NEWS, WHETHER IT IS WASH
INGTON NEWS, GENERAL NEWS OR LOCAL NEWS, AND
WANT IT FIRST UNCOLORED BY THE PREJUDICES OF
SOME POLICY
You Have to Read the Bulletin
The boxing show scheduled for next
Snturdny nt Athletic Park Is more thftti
n mere meeting between Hen de Mcllo
nnil Oeorge Ingle, garnished by thu
usual preliminary card. It Is n test
of how Honolulu ring fans take to the
outdoor Rnim n feeler of the public
pulo In regard to the future.
The coming mill will be the first
out of doors boxing nliow ever staged
In Hawaii, nnd It opens wide possi
bilities for other matches. One of the
most Important features of successful
boxing Is a suitable arena, fur If the
fans are assured of a clear view of the
men at work In the ring they will at
tend the shows Not everyone can of
ford to buy stage seats at a theater,
and sonic II ml when they come to buy
seats Hint the choice ones are all gone,
and rather than sit back In the body
of the house they decide to stny home.
With an outdoor arena the light Is ho
much better that everyone gets n fair
sight of the lighters, even the last rows
of seats having an unobstructed view
of the ring. Another big point In fa
vor of open-ulr boxing l the elimina
tion of the smoke nuisance. Around
an Indoor ring great clouds of rank
tobacco smoke Invariably hang, despite
repented pleadings nnd thrents of the
management nnd referee. This chokes .$
the lighters nnd makes It hard for $, s
them to get the nlr that their over-1
Worked lungs so badly need, nnd Inci
dentally IC gives about half of the
audience a headache nnd smarting
eyes. In the open air the smoke Isn't
noticed, nnd both fighters and fans
are much better utf.
It Is nlwnys possible to handle a
larger crowd out of doors, nml If Un
people will turn out It means that the
light game here will be on a llrmer
basis, nnd that promoters enn afford
to make heavier Intcstments In bring
ing classy boxers from the Const. Af
ter nil, provided that the game If. kept
strictly on the square. It Is up to the
funs themselves to make or mnr It.
The real test will come with this Ini
tial effort next Hnturdny
Moving pictures of the De Mello
lngle mill will be taken. Honolulu Is
certainly getting to be n "big league"
light town.
Overlooking the Hudson riv
er, covering one of the most
Ideal sites for a. recretnllon
Held, New York city expecti
soon to possess the llnest ath
letic field In the whole world.
A movement has been started to
npproprlnte to this purpose the
nt present unused section nt
Riverside park skirting the river
front nnd extending west nnd
north for several City blocks
from West 97th street.
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"I know now why bowling was so
A good double-header at Athletic popular here, said one Y. M. C. A.
Park this afternoon Is the Decoration hubltuo to another the other day.
Day baseball offering. In the first 1 "Why?" usked his friend,
gnme the Stars nnd the J. A. C. Ju- I "Ilecause It's a good noisy game, and
nlors w III come together, while the while you're playing It you can't hear
Walunaes, champions of the Plantation the poor simps pounding the piano
League, will try conclusions with the with one linger. The alleys tire the
J. A C's. In the closer. The flrst game only place In the building where one
Is scheduled for 1:30.
The lineups of the Wnlanae nnd J,
A. C tennis are ns follows:
Wnlanae J. I.opes, 2b; P. I.opes, rfi
M Plata, ss: J. J. Meyer. 3b
cr, p; A. M. Simpson
can get' n little quiet."
The Country Club golf links nro In
the best shape Hint they have been In
O. Mey- for irio.ro than n year. There Is con-
M. Itodrlgucs, slilcrnblc play nt the present time, it
Hi; M. Moses, If; W. F. Bush, cf.: F.
Meyer, Knlel, subs, .
J. A. C. Sr. Chllllngworth, ss: Ku
nil I, cf; Ilumptoti, If; Morkhnin, 31;
Franco, 2b; Ilruns, lb; Notley, rf;
Hrlto, c; Medelros, p; Fraga, sub.
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POLO TODAY.
There Is a polo match scheduled for
this nfternoon lit Moannlua. between
two teams picked from the ranks of
the local club.
RECEPTION TO BISHOPS
WILLIS AND RESTARICK
There wns a reception given Inst
night to Illshop Willis nnd Illshop Res.
tarlck by the Woman's Oulld of the
Hawaiian congregation of St. An
drew's cathedral. The reception wns
held In Bishop ncstnrlck's residence,
adjacent to the cathedrul, which was
profusely decorated with llowcrs, pot
ted plants and greens of various sorts,
and throughout the evening every
available room was crowded with
guests. There was no set program,
music being rendered and refreshments
served.
John Flynn Jr., 3 1-t years old, of
tlverhead, I,. I., was attneked by !
rat while asleep, unci his thumb was
badly lacerated.
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SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
FAMILY TRADE
good many
formers.
ladles being legular per'
The case ngnlnst Jerry McCarthy of
Ilutte, Mont., n boxing promoter, ar
rested for holding a bout before mem
bers of a regularly organized club, has
been discharged, the police court hold
ing that the law permits limited bouts
with soft gloves before u special club.
This Is the llrst decision on the law.
Truly St I.ouls College Is unfortu
nate Hither that or the Saint athletes
have n keener eye for the rules than
their school ami college rivals. St.
I .nu Is s now chewing over n disputed
ball game with Punahou, In which It
alleged Umpire Hayes gave a wrong
decision over a knotty liolnt. St. Louis
nnd Knm fell out over n soccer game,
and now the baseball season ends with
an unsatisfactory condition of affairs
between the Saints and Puns.
The word "Pirates" decornted the
uniforms of the Pittsburg teum for the
llrst time In twenty years. This nnmo
wns given them when they signed n
player by the name of Hlerbouer, who
was then the property of the Phllaiki,'
phla Athletics. Tho latter club, how
ever, failed to record him, nnd Pitts
burg grabbed. Since then that club
has borne the name of Plrutes, and
will ofllclnlly recognize It ihls season.
(living up nil hope of perslindlng
j Fred Wlclimnn of this city to return
tu thn Coast nnd accompany the Stan
ford crew on Its Eastern trip, tho ath
letic mnnngement of that university
bus finally named a iiinti for Wlch-
Mian's place In the boat, nnd will, leave
for Poughkcepsle June S. P. Clover Is
tho man who will row No. G In Wlch
inaiih place. The Coast papers say
that the position was kept open until
the last minute In the hope Hint the
Honolulu athlete would change his
mind and take Ills old sent.
The acceptance of the Stanford row
ing entry In the big Knstcrn collegiate
rowing verslty race next month nt
Poughkcepsle marks the llrst time that
such an entry has ever been received
or accepted from the Paclllc Coast. The
appearance of the Stanford crew to
the greatest rowing race In America
has been hailed villi general satisfac
tion by the Eastern rowing authori
ties, and hopes lire expressed that the
Paclllc Coast will In future be repre
sented yearly.
For some yenrs Stnnford bus held
the pride of place In Coast rowing mid
the defeat administered tu the- Wash
ington crew by thu Cardinals hist
month bus been the cause of consid
erable speculation us to Just how thu
men will stuck up iigalust the best In
the Kust. Fur eurn past Cornell has
been Invincible there and Columbia
has Is-eii the crew that has been nblo
to give the Ithacti men the big argil-mint.
The entrance of the Stanford crew
will be closely followed by rowing en
thusiasts In Honolulu, and the ability
of lowing crews In the East and the
Far West will be inadu a mutter of
national Interest.
Chairman Morton C. lloguc of the
board of stewards of the regatta has
otllclully untitled Stanford that the
entry has been accepted. The entrance
of the crew will bring the number of
eights In the race this year up to six,
thu others being Cornell, Columbia,
Pennsylvania, Syracuse and Wisconsin,
The Stanford crew was announced
by Captain Seward ns follows: ft. Olm-
steud, bow; C. Ileal, No. 2: C. Smith,
No. 3; P. Wutklns, No. 4; It. Duryeu,
No. G; F. Clover, No. C; II. Seward, No.
7; J. Partridge, stroke; with F. Guer
rcna us coxswain.
While the Stanford crew Is going to
compete In the biggest rowing event In
the country, thu California varsity crew
Is to take a hand In the regatta to bo
held by the University of Washington
on l.ako Washington. The lllue nnd
Hold varsity und freshmun crows will
makn the trip north nnd oppose tho
two Washington crews.
BACK" STUNT
Former Heavyweight Cham
pion Fought Canadian Last
Week After Johnson
When Tommy Hums passed through
Honolulu a few months ago on his
return from Australia, he told his
friends here that he Intended to get
back Into the ring game, and go after
Jack Johnson again. No one took Mr.
Drum very seriously, und everyone had
n good laugh over his niuch-hernlded
shipboard training, when It developed
that a run round the deck and a larger
gargle were Tommy's training pro
gram. However, liurnui must have
been In earnest nbout the lighting pnrt
nt any rate, for, unless there was some
unforeseen postponement, he hooked up
with Jack Conned nt Edmonton, Can
ada, on May 2.1. News of the result
has not yet reached Honolulu, hut thu
returns will be carefully scanned, for
Tommy has n lt of friends In this
burg who Would like to see hltn over
throw the black man, or beat Jim
Flynn In the tvent or tho Pueblo lire
man carrying off the honors July 4.
If Hums makes a good showing with
Council he will hunt up u match with
either Sam Ijingford or Jack Johnson
for the near future. Tommy's knee,
which wns bndly Injured some tlmo
ngo, Is ns strong ns ever ngnin uiui
the former champion does not think It
will bother him any more.
After the Conned match Tommy In
tends to take a run down to New
York and see what's doing In tho box
ing Hue thereabouts. He will talk
business wltli one of the promoters In
regard to a mutch with either of tho
colored boxers
FIRST COLLEGE
On Monday, on the grounds of the
College of Hawaii, ,the first academic
degrees to be conferred by that Insti
tution will bo awn filed to the stu
dents. This will be In tho commence
ment exercises, the first tho college
hns ever held.
Leslie Clark. Yung Fook Tong,
I.oulso Oullck nnd William Ilnrtiimr
nre the graduates. The llrst two only
have completed the four years' course,
the first In agriculture and the second
in engineering. The other two are spe
cial students nnd hnve already received
bachelor of science degrees elsewhere
High praise Is given to the work of
Clark, who, upon his grnduntlon, wit'
Join tlie college faculty. The Clilneno
student goes to New York to a li'
engineering firm. He will eventually
go to China.
The exercises will commence nt 4
o'clock, outdoors, and speeches will bo
made by Judge Cooper and President
Oil more.
GIRLS AND TAGS
ON JUNE 81
June S Is tho duy set apart by tho
King's Daughters, when the city will
be thoroughly cunvussed for funds, so
Itun, run, you stingy man,
They'll tan you If they can.
And It they do tog you, you're It. For
how much? Oil, that's up to you,
Tho plans of the Tug Day executives
are maturing, und with tho city di
vided off Into tagging sections, inch
section usslgned to a chaperon and u
force of energetic, enthuslastlo Kirls.
the whole campaign Is as carefully
planned as u military attack, with n'
loopholes, for escape or evasion.
For several years the King's Daugh
ters have maintained n home for tho
aged on Mnhlkl street abov Wilder
uvenue. There aro now fouC'cn In
mates of this homo and hum than
I
I 902 Nuuanu Street
Thre First-Class Artists
At the
MODEL 8ANITARY DARDER 8H0P
Bethel and King Streets
"E. O. Sylvester, E. Schroll, Proprietors
11E3T BUUVICK QUAUANTKED
A bit of wood cut from tRo npplo
tree In Sir Isaac Newton's garden
which gave the world tho thory of
gravitation has been presented to tho
Hoyut Astronomical Society.
A shipment of Illblcs filling a 36
foot box cur was recently taken west
wurd over tho Atchison, Topeku and
Santa Fo en route from New York to
Los Angeles for thu Oldeon Society.
twenty applicants which It Is Impos
sible lo uccommodutu under the pres
ent roof.
Tho building which the King's
Daughters propose to erect on tho lot
nt Fourth avenue and Walalao road
will lie a two-story concrete structure
with accommodations for about thirty
Inmates, according to the present
plans, which are In the hands of thu
architect, nnd will cost about jno.OOO.
Up to tho present tlmo Mrs. C. M
Cooke bus contributed J 10,000, given In
memory of her mother, Mrs. nice; Mrs.
XV. F. .Allen has given $1000 nnd tho
J. 11. Athertou EUuto has iflven J25Q0.
Tho Tag Day plans ure to start tho
girls out at 8 o'clock Saturday morn
lug, June 8; have them canvass their
districts from block to block and from
attic to cellar, tagging tho willing and
the unwilling and collecting hi their
banks whatever the taged one Is willing
to give for the privilege of wearing
tho cardboard token of philanthropy
Odd Fellows' Hull will be the head
quarters of the tuggers.
ENDURANCE RECORD
OF BERETANIA CLUB
BROKEN YESTERDAY
Longest Set on Record Won
By Bockus and Rich-
ards 17-15.
The endurance record of the Here
tnnln tennis courts was broken yes
terday nfternoon with n marathon set
of doubles that Went 32 games. It
provided good tennis nnd not pat -ball,
nnd was contested nil the way, most
of the games going to deuce.
Theodore Hlchnrds nnd C. (1. Hockus
Were the winning pair, while those who
suffered the long-drawn-out defeat
were A. M. Nuwell and Lawrence
Judd. The set was the second of the
match, the llrst being taken by thu
Nowell-JUdd combination, C-4. Hocklis
nnd Hlchnrds then announced their in
tention of "coming back," hut ns thn
games dropped first on one side of the
net and then on the other, the pace
began to tell, and all four men came
up very groggy for tln--lln.il round. If
It had gone another game the police
would probably have stopped it. The
final score wis 17-13, and the former
record for n single set wns 10-14.
Tcnnl players throughout the city
are much Interested In the Ileretiinla
club's proposed Invitation tournament
next month. There Is n probability,
however, that thn original conditions
may be changed, and that the tourna
ment will be handicap Instind of a
scratch nffalr.
BOYS' CLUBS '
FORM LEAGUE
From June 1 to July C Inclusive, the
four boys' clubs of Honolulu Kukn
uko, Palamn, Ileretiinla and Kuiilu
wela will fight out the ipiestlou of
supremacy on the diamond with both
Junior nnd senior teams. The Hoys'
Chilis Workers' Association, of which
Charles F. I.oomls, director of boys'
work of the Y. M. C. A.. Is secretary.
hns arranged a sched(lo and seen to It
that the proper amount of enthusiasm
has been fostered nt each of the clubs.
Junior teams will be composed of boys
under IC, nnd all players over that age
will be considered seniors. Two games
nre scheduled for Atkinson Park nnd
tho other will be played nt Hoys'
Field.
Following Is the nrrnngement:
June 1 Kuknakn vs. Kaiiluwcln
(S.); Palamn vs. Heretanln (J.).
June 8 Ileretiinla vs. Kakaakn (S.),
nt Atkinson Park; Pnlama vs. Kaulu
wela (J.).
Juno 15 Piilnmn vs.'Knulnwela (S.);
Kakanko vs. Ileretanlu (J.).
June 22 Palama vs. Herctanla (S);
Knkaako vs. Kaiiluwela (J ), ut Atkin
son Park.
June 29 Palama vs. Kakuuko (S.);
Ileretanlu vs. Kaiiluwela (J.).
July (1 Heretanln vs. Knnluwela
S); Pnlama vs. Kakanko (J.).
A prominent citizen of tho city told
tho Bulletin that Ills partlculai
attention was called to tho fact that
as the Memorial Day parade passed
tho Y.- M. C. A. building ipilto n num
ber of young gentlemen, many of
thorn members of that worthy organi
zation, occupied tho front Bteps of tho
building nnd not One of them saluted
tho Flag by raising his hat as It went
by, but that a number of Portugucso
standing on the sldowalk did not for
get.
A lower Belmont. Has
the notch which mokes
it sit right. 2 for 25c
duett, Pcabodjr& Co. makers of
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