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4' ' Resume OF Tennis 0f
g Interest To Local
The rankings of tho lawn tennis
players of tlie United States. n made
public n short time ago, giving the
milking of 50 men, cnucd contddei
ablo sui prise In toino quartois. cspe
( tally by tho placing of Denis C'
Wright anil Knrl H. Ilehr second unit
third, respectively, mid been use R:i-'
mond I). Little gets the fouith place
on the list, with Robeit Lclloi, iun-'
nor-tip at N'cwpoit, llflh. and Clar-I
Mice Uobait sixth
Tho contention nf ninny followers
of the gome is that the order of tho
nst two men should hiivo been re-
horsed, as Hob.nt was soml-tlnullst
in the nntlonals and the winner nt'
t-oiigwood This, dcspllo tho fact'
that he refused to be the challenger'
ot William A. l.mnod for the Long-'
wood mp. Tho teams uro ranked In J
the doubles with Frederick H Alex-1
nnder mid Harold 11. Huckctt, na-j
tlonol champion, leading.
The list Is the result of the three
months' work of the rnnklng com-l
mlltee A I,. Hosklns. chalrmnn;
Thomas C. Tnisk and Kilgnr V. Leo
nard as submitted to the executive
committee. It Is upon the places
awarded to the Hist 15 men that'
the oxperts base theli criticism of!
the singles uinklng
Reception ,ue ill on in lMwIn 1 '
Lamed, hiothci of tin. i h unpinn. b"-
ing placed M-iinih. with nn onei
vlcloiy to hU ricillt- I but ol the'
Middle States tltl. In t no I'tttumii 1
on tho mutts of the Morrlstcnvn
1908 Fiat Tread Diamond Tires? W
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
Just keep in mind also that i;e have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, well, we
have four of those famous FranMin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and due in a
few days. Will teil you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Ha.ll & Son,
New Stock of
i Finest Quality. Lowest Prices in the City
YEE CHAN ft CO.,
cgjjm ! g.icjm mmwaMWiiMi imm i i w
Fci Sidebone Spavin, IUngbone,
Enlarged Tendons, nnd old and per
sistent cases of lameness.
SAFE CURE and E5TECTIVE.
Acts like magic on slioaldcr, hip,
loin and catly tendon lameness,
I'll lit Club, when lie tU'fc.ituil 1'icd
e 1 k C niliron Aoirc I mnl
did not pin In i n. nthci of the lin
poil'int tiitiriiunio.itr of the vp, i. md
; el leielved high place oci llenrv
YV. Mnlleiiliti'ier, In llth place; Irv
ing C. Wilglit, In 9th place, and
Thcoiloie It. I'ell. national Indoor
champion, l.i'ed l.'th.
All of tin- nlmiis named Immedi
ately bilow m miik Lamed pIhjccI In
i gte.it miniin , of touiliaments, In
which i lie) either won or were dual
ists. Mollenliaupr was a llunllst in
the Metioiiollinn i liumploushlp, lin
ing ilefeuted bi Little b) a narrow
in.irr :i, eliiillciji.'i of ltnchott for
the Felipe cup at the Jfpw York
Law n Tciinh Club meeting, nnd n
(malls' .,' Newport nnd In tho Long
Mi ml, Hudm.n river and 'MIddIo
? i ali'-i chniii':unli.p?
Anions those mined ns not having
i nongh to entitle thoni to n intlng
.itc wine of the most prominent play
ers In the count i), notably William
.1 Clothier, the iluimplon of IDOfi.
Clothier took part In- only a few
tournaments In the soacou and did
not do ery well. It was not ex
pected generally, however, that ho
would fall to bo ranked, because the
rnnklng committee last year put
Heals C. Wright in. although his
chief performance, like Hint, nf Clo
thier at'Nowpoit. was being hctiton
In the challenge round of the cham
pionship. illtitm A. Ijnrned, tho untlnnnl
champion singles player. Is in tho
first ellliui Ha Mhnrav tliA Iimiimi it'llli !
Heals C. Wright. Ordinarily tho
champion is scheduled In a class by
Hobnrt played good tennis through
out the season In several tourna
ments, whllo Lelloj pei Imps was bet
ter nt the game thun ever ho has
'men befoip 1'h,. others of the first
1 l:i mdi" ii ie: 10. P. Lin nod, a
binthei or tha champion; It. ('. Si
i. tin Mii'-Muhiihotts iliiiinplou: ir
ing C Wi'Kln. a hiothur of 11. C.
light, mid Frederick C. Colston,
who used to be at Ynlo mid who
T I' TTTIli-TTr.l I. ii nilw ill, i
seen t ie
cor. Bethel 4 King
imiw --rMKtfr.t -i
fturuiyBiBB rj.vi. . i rv-
all druggists and
Could Not Overcome
Kams Lead In
The Invincible Punahou school
tenin went down to defeat befoio tho
Knm olcvon li a heme of 'A to 1. Tho
game opened at i p. in. on tho Knm
lampus, pel Imps ono should sub-(
stltue tnro ialcli Tor campus, tno
cround rcsembllnK ono vast mud
hole. Tho Kunio was luenly contest
ed throiiRhoiit, tho Kams puttlnR up
n splendid Rnmo of team work. Evl
ilcn 1 1 tho Puns hnvo not had much
pntctlso on a vct Kiound, their Ulrk
liiB nnd plncliiR bcliiB poor. In fnlr
ncso to the l'uus It must lie said that
they fought bravely to overcome tho
lend of ono goal which tho Kiims
Kalned In tho llrBt half. OwltiB more
to the Riound than their bad pliry
liiB mih duo their failure to tlo tho
Kiims. Taylor, Mon Vlu and Lytutin
did cooil wink.
Pun llno-up ns follows: (loal, I'ra
scr; backs. U.VvIs, Williams; halves,
Clement, DoiIrc and Desha; forwards,
Lyman, Taylor, lion Yin, DoiIro.
- - -f "r-r f
nlacd n couple of extrnoidlnnry boui
niatehos In the louihe ot tho season.
I'redcrlck (I. Anderson Is uilil.oJ
iSth. Ho was In the IliM 10 last
Soar and tho ear befoie. It. ii.
Palmer of ItldKowood. who heat
Heln at Newport and otherwise play
ed mirpilsliiBl) 111 two other tiiilllin
nieiits, Is riinkcd "JOth. (I. P. (liird
lio.', .Ii., the Intercollegiate cham
pion, rankH .'llfct, i onsldcrably below
Wallace P.. .lohueon, tho Intcrschol
imtlc champion, who did n number
of other good performances In .the
ecation. Johnson Is marked ISth.
It Is easy to bee from tho rnnUIni;
nFslBned that the committee had one
ot tho hardest tasks that It has at
tempted. The players almost with
out exception constantly i overbed
their form and most of the big men
pl.ted so little thnt It was hard to
uesign to them anything like ade
William A. Larned, the champion
and rnnkliiB plner, has figured In
tho first 10 every year since 1S02,
except In 1898. when ho was In tho
Kough ItlderB In tho Spanish-American
War. This Is thus tho ISth
tlmu that ho has been on tho honor
toll. In his first year, 1S92. Lamed
mb sixth; the next year fifth, nnd
bliuo then he has never been worse
than thlid. He has been four times
the l. inking player, fle times second
tour times thlid. Ills iccoid, there
fore. Is a remarkable one.
It Is sufficiently remarkable, too,
that In tho list is another player ev
en older nt tho gamo than Larned.
'Hint Is Clarence Hobart. Ills namo
(list appears In the ranking 10 In
1S90, when ho was sixth. The year
following Hobart wan second. Ho
bait tanked fourth in 1892, eecond
in 1893, sixth In 1891, and boventh
In 1895. It was not until" 1901 that
his name appeared again, Ho was
llflh that j ear. and ninth the next,
ills i nuking docs nut again nppear
In the first 10 until 190ii. when he
w.is sixth. Ho wns not In tho first
10 labt year. Ills recotd, although
longer, Iiiib not been as consistent or
as excellent ns Larned's.
Pinm tho Hist 10 of last year
theio nro boveral changes. Clothier,
1; Alexander, I; Hackett, T, and
Uewhurst, 9 litbt cnr, aie not rnnk-
id this year Lamed, tho champion,
was luted second last year. Heals
it will build you up
RHWR3 DRUG G0.f
TOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
TwniwmiHiv WN 11 1 1 1 IIIITfTlfM 11111 IT7II
: : :
t That's what.
U What's what?
That's what they all say.
What do the) all say?
U Who aie Iho four most beau-
:t ttful women In Honolulu?
:t Client Shades of the Immor-
tt tnls! What n question to dc-
t: cldc! Theie me so tunny beau-
Jt ties here,--and, besides, every
it man would oto for his own
I! sweet toolsle-woots.
St Hut Just let me hand you a
It gentle little Up. Ilcnd low,
tt mon ami. and hark to tho words
K 1 have to say. It's an open se
tt ciet, of course, so don't )(iu
ttxlaie. no, don't jou dare,
i say a wind to any one about It.
Here It is-
U You'e heard about 'he big
tt show on the night of Wnshlng
JJ ton's blitbdii) at the Seaside,
tt hnen'l ou? Well, on Hint
tt night mhi will hnvo a chance to
tt test jour bemit) -detecting skill,
for there will bo four of tho lead
It lng bocl.il headlights on exhibi
ts Hon, nnd It wilt bo up to you
Hand j on r friends to tell which of
tt them Is the more, like Venus.
tt 'I lie Initiations for this shln
t: dig will be out next Monday,
IS mid we will publish one, ns well
:; as a tiaiislatlon. Now, If you
tt think that im nre any good In
tt a beaut) contest, Hint Is, as n
tt Judge. better get a ticket
tt prett) boon.
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BASEBALL SPEAKLETS "
J: What Sonic of Those Concern- ::
JJ ed Think of the Game J
tt Tomorrow '
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llernnid Kclckollo: "The gamo to
morrow between the C. A. C.'s and
tho Knnlas will be a hard-fought
contest; It will bo nobody's game un
til the linn! Inning, for the teams uro
to evenly matched."
1'iesldcnt 11. K. Kn-no ot tho Kn
nla Club: "Yes; tt Is our game; tho
cup will bo ouis. Jly bo)s can nnd
will play ball Sunday. Heiy effort
Is being made to plarc tho hoys In
condition to enrrj off the lauiels."
W. T. Chong, secietary Hlveisldo
.lr. I.ecguo: "It seems to 1110 that tho
chances of winning aio In favor of
tho Chlneso A. C."
.1. O. Vlerra, captain Kaala nine:
"I havo Jack Leslie here now, nnd
aUo Joo Knmakau, aiid piomlso ou
Unit my crippled Iciim is no more.
With my old lmjs in the team wo
i-liuil win iu n walk."
Chi Ilul Mnik. captain C. A. C:
' I shall try hard to win, and have
the confldcnco of every man in my
team, each giving mo his Individual
Soiintor Chillliigwortli, former pres
ident II. A. C: "Well, boys, I like tho
i-pli It In which .oii pla) tho game.
True sportsman ship Is manifested
! St SS
Tho Schuman Caniage Company
iccelvcd so) oral new 1'ord tun
iibounts nn tho Mongolia the other
day.- Mr. Hchuman has sold tho
big Studebaker touilng car which
bo lcccntly bought, to Mis. Matfar
lanc. S SS S
THE GOLFING GIRL.
Tho golfing gill, Iho golllng giu,
Quoer nro her ways nnd tricks;
A man's heart fcre her ns a Jiall,
And chnpples aio her "sticks."
not" BULLETIN ADB. PAY
Wright, now second, wns thlid in
IDOfi. Ilehr has Impimed from fifth
to third nnd Little from sixth to
fourth. Rohort Lolfoy and Hobart
nro nowcomcrs In tho flist 10. I,o
llov was llth In tho last luting;
now ho Is fifth. K. '. Lamed, now
hoenth, was not playing last enr.
It C. SeiDor, now eighth, was lKlh
Inst )car. Irving Wilglit came up
one notch, from 10th to 9th. 1 C.
f olston, tho Inst of this seal's milk
ing 10, wns 12th last season.
Tho doubles list Is chfolly remni li
able for tho fact that Thornton and
(mint, Southern champions, ilmp to
lOih plnco, whllo llctbeit L. West
fall and Wyllo C. Oiniit, dehplto sov
einl btrlklng lctorIcs, only get jilac
ed sixth. Tho fcatitie of tho work
of the tominHteo-finds bihiio expiee
slou In the ileclarutlon of Chaliman
IIimKIiik that ho will not again as
sume the tusk, after two yeaiB of
haul labor, an tho plnyeis ot tho top
(light lefiisn to aid the committee In
mi) way In tho r-qultiihlo allotment of
place. No women were ranked.
Cyclone Johnny Comes
To Frisco To
Cyclone johnny Thompson, who
blew In fiom tho Knst to Trlsco somo
time ago. has begun light work In
anticipation of nn early meeting with
some of tho topnotchcrs In his class.
Thompson looks to be In good shapo
at the present time, hut says n little
"hiking" will put him on edge to nc
tcpt n match nt n moment's notice.
Thompson Is especially nnxlotif to
tncklo cither Buttling Nelson or
Jimmy llrltt. He will box them any
way they want from ten to forty
Ilvo rounds. He will meet Nelson,
winner tnko all, In n -in-round bout,
and has authorized his manager.
Gregory Mitchell, to seo Jimmy Cof
froth and usk him to stago such u
battle, which would bo worth going
to see, nu both men nro gluttons for
punishment and the contest would
iiiKiucstloiuihly ho one of endurance.
Thompson brought out from Og
den, I'tnh, a joungster named Terry
Keller, of whom ho expects n bright
futuie. Keller Is n 133-pound lad,
built on the "spider" plan, bill
Thompson says ho can light. Ho Is
said to bo n very clever )outh with
it good left hand. Thompson will
ti) and get him u jircllmlnary to
t-liow the spoils what ho Is iriado of.
In speaking of I'ncky McKarland,
Thoniption said that ho was picked up
at Davenport, In., about two years
ago by Harr) (lllmore Jr., where he
appeared In a preliminary fight In
which Thompson was boxing tho
main event. He showed class In this
fight nnd hus gradually climbed to
the top since. (II I more nt the tlmu
ho picked up McFurland was acting
ns manager for Thompson.
Thompson says that Mcl'iirland Is
a good lighter nnd it will tnko a good
man to heat him. At Hint, he sa)s
ho has been tiylug to get a match
with him for i.omo time, but has not
In speaking of lloer I'nholz, whom
he knocked out in eight rounds at
Ogdcn, Thompson stilted Hint ho wns
certainly a hard man to fight. Ho
lights In n crouching position, being
close to tho Moor most of tho time.
Ho will fare ono In tii:s position nnd
when the opposing pugilist least ex
pects It, will leap nt him and unfurl
wimo terrific wallops. Kor u "lighter
ol Memslc's stylo ono who Btands
erect and attempts to box ho is n
hard nut to crack. Nelson will find
him tough, bii)r tho Cyclone, and tt
would not surprise htm In tho least
II he ill (His tho nattier.
IUU fllEI li'i
HOLD Ep OFrlCtlS
Last evening the Kaala Athletic
Club held Its semi-annual meeting
nt 1'atrla Hall with President H K.
Kn-no In tho chair. Tho principal
Uislncsd of tho evening wns tho gen
eral election of officers for tho ensu
l'ollowing nre the nowiy elected
officers: .1. J. I'ein, picsldenf. 11. K.
kn-no, vlto president; Henna d .Ke
lekollo, secretary; Ilobeit Asnm,
tieasuicr; finance committee, Wm.
Mcdclros, N. K. Hoopll, II. K. Asam;
coricspondlng secretary, 11. O. D.ll
It)'. Captain Moses K. Naopala nnd
J. C. Lano weio elected unanimously
honorary members of tho club.
Tho meeting adjoin noil with 23
members present, after which re-
fieshments wore served and nil pros-
cut spent a pleasant evening.
St St St
Mnkll.l field will bo tho scene of
two ciacklng good games ot football
tnls afternoon, If tho weather man Is
hind und nil tho official dopo on tho
teams Is not wrong, for when tho
Mnlles and tho Punnhous clash, fol
lowed by the postponed gamo of tho
Y. M. C. A. team and tho Dlnmuud
Heads, (hero suio ought to bo hnlr
II) Ing nnd something doing.
Competition between tho teams ot
this leaguu Is becoming keener evory
PILCS CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
- PAZO OINTMENT is piranteed
to cure any cbrj of Itching, Wind,
Weeding or Protruding I'iles in 6 to
1 4 days or money ref undod. Made by
PARIS MEDICINH CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
day. Hvery innn on every leanil
wants his own club to win: ho wants'
it to win bndly enough to cause htm
to get out nnd practise almost every
evening. These teams aio working,
(iiimey spirit Is manifested through
out, nnd the contests this after noon
will not prove nny exception to tho
general rule. The M,allcs won their
last gamo with n bunch of good luc):
on their sldo, hut the Puns nro prim
ed to tnko euro of their own pail to
day. SS tt ss..
Tho Halclwn (lolf Club will hold
ono of their competitive meets for
their own cup tomorrow nt tho llalo
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Tho monthly White Hock tourna
ment Is scheduled for next Sunday,
I'cb 22, nt Hulelwii. Olio of tho
largest cntiy lists of tho season Is
expected, and tho pin) Ing will bo
fast and furious throughout,
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Cambridge, Mass. Tho Harvard
owing management bus announced
(hut the Harvard and Cornell crown
will hnvo their race thin c.ir on tho
Charles Hh or May 30. Theio had
been tome question us to I lie place, us
Cornell has been there twlro unit Har
vard went lo Lako Cayuga but once.
Tho raco will lio rowed ocr tho llc
mile course at 2:.1i o'clock.
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i;. H. Lewis has purchased a now
T)po (1, four c Under light touilng
Franklin car. It Is u fuiir-p.isBouger,
10 horsepower muchlnc. and B. II.
sa)s thnt he can go with Hie best of
'em in it. I.'. O. Hall & Sou brought
tho unto here.
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One of the owners of u baseball club,
not n thousand miles from Ilro.nlu.i),
n man who has been n b.tckor of tho
sport through thick nnd thin and per
haps mora of tho latter than the for
mer, recelM'd n letter from ono ot his
lila) oi h as follows:
I write these lines to let you know
That I am getting short ot dough.
I need a small advance in coin
To help me buy a tenderloin.
Your players must bo strong and sound.
Therefore, they should bo well found.
I'll nnd hearty for tho stilfc,
I'll play tho ball gamo of my life,
Prny do not biff mo In Iho neck,
Hut send along a moderate check;
And taku It now fiom me to ou,
This li.ire.ilu you shall novor rue.
Send glue "
Now Yoik Telegram.
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THE PAINTE RPH0NE 420.
Reliance Club Meets
And Elects Officers
From nil present Indications, Ho
nolulu is to havo another baseball
league for the coming season. Tho
latest combination of teams comes
fiom the Wulklkl end of tho city,
where there nro llvo teams that havo
decided to combine under the name
of the Knplohinl Baseball League.
Tho teams arc ns follows: the Un
llance, I'linahou. Wnlklkl, lltillctln,
The llcllnnco team met last night
and elected officers for tho coming
senson, as follows: President, Mnn
uel Gonsnlvcs; manager and treasur
er, John F. Sllvn; captain, Louis
Freltns; nnd secretary, Uenny F.
Decker. The colors of (ho team will
ho tho samo ns those worn by tho
Spnldlngs, which caught the popular
ejo led, white nnd blue.
Theie will ho u meeting ot tho
tepiescntatlvcs of tho league on tho
ICth ot this month, when n schedulo
for tho ensuing season will bo drawn
up und ratified. Each team will pro
bnbly piny three Ramos with ench or
tho otheis. A special tiophy cup will
bo put up by tho club for tho win
ner. tt SS SS
Tho W) omlng Vnlley Motor Car Co.,
of Wllkosb.ine, Pu tho Waterloo Auto
& Supply Co., of Wntcrloo, lown, nnd
tho Henderson Auto Co., ot Cedar
Ilnphls, la., havo been added to thu
list of Franklin dealers.
ss tt n
F. W. Ansley, western rcprescnta
tlvo ot tho If. II. Franklin Manufac
turing Co., and C. W. Talbot, ono of
tho drivers who mado tho record
trans-continental run, uro making u
winter trip from Omaha to tho (lult of
Mexico In a Franklin Model D,
through Mtesourl, Oklahoma and Tex
as. The run from Scdulla lo Kansas
City was mado In recotd time, al-1
llUlll',ll IUU lUUIIB WUIU IK CIJ
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