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KVENING IIUI.LETIN,- HONOLULU. T. I1.,,VK0NESDAV. JUNE 10, 1908"'
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VARIETY OF EVENTS
FOB IllWffl OF
Tomonow Is Kninelinmcha Day,
anil the usual number of sporting
events la on in celebration of the
anniversary of tbo man who unco
nmu;cd himself by catching ull tbo
spears Ibat nix men could throw at
one time. Hnscbull, boating, rncrhg,
golf, shooting, and other events snro
on tlio card.
Tbo Kumrliiiinclm Aquatic Club Is
holding a big number of events ut
Knllhl, Including ennoo races anil
the like. The program of the events
has liccn announced at length, prizes
arc up, and all lovers of the water
sports will And ptcasuro n-idcnty in
the meet this club is holding.
Special baseball Is on. In the
morning, the Press League will lioM
forth In one game at Ilaseball Park,
and In the afternoon tho printers
nml a picked team of tho big lcaguo
will perform. At Maklkl In tho
forenoon Mills mid Alllolanl will
The local horsonKjii are giving n
number of races at Knplolanl Park us
n Bott of reminder of the old days,
when June 11th waB tho dato tho'
nillcs ran, anil the great racing was
Golf Medal Play
Tho Country Club has a medal
play on, In which It Is hoped tho
best of tho golfer In the local Hold
will take' part. This play will bo
In the nftsrncon. ,
Tho Hawaiian flun Club holds Its
Bcml-annual pric shoot tomorrow,
having ii largo number of events on
the board for tho occasion, and
enough of n variety of events to
suit about all entries. Tho shoot
Is In the hnnds of the House Com
mittee. This afternoon, the semi
annual championship shoot of tho
club is to bo held.
In lino with the sporting events,
also, Is the social of tho 'Royal
School Alumni, which Is to bo held
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Tho llrst baseman of the Sweet
Violets denies having nmilo a bunch
of errors at Hcela Held. He says bu
made only one, and this was duo
to n.bum throw from scgond.
Tbo II. C, C. will have n game of
cricket at Maklkl on Saturday, be
tween full teams, one to bo chosen
by the captain and tho other by tbo
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Tho talent are picking tho winners
with great regularity at Louisville.
The Sattsalltqpoolroom is not gath
ering much nowadays. ,
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June 11 Knmehameha Aquatic
June 11 Medal coif play, Coun-
I try Club, p. m.
Jnnc 11 iuueDuu, mius vs. am
olani, Makiki, a. m.
June 11 Kactng, Jtamoiam raiK,
3 p. m.
'Tunc IS lhiKoball, Knms vs. Dia
mond Heads, Puns vs. Saints.
Juno 17 Hawaiian dun uuu'u un
known nnsles shoot.
July :i-l illlo races.
July I -Start Trims-Pacific Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
Jtlly 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
show. ' ,
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ALOHAS WILL GIVE DANCE
The Tong Ilo "hard times" ilanco
was "changed Into a "gooi! times"
dance by the Chinese Aloha Club lit
tho regular mooting, held last Sun
day ovonlng. Tho members thought
that as It has already been published
that the club will give n ball, it was
better to go ahead with It.
This crntul bull will tako place at
the K. of V. hall on tho 3d of July,
th nlcht beforo Independence Day,
eo that everybody will have an oppor
tunity to dunce up to midnight wltli-
'out Interfering with work, ns Satur
day will bo tho Fourth of July, which
Is n holiday. The committee In
charge Is getting things into shnpo
nnd promises to make tho affair lino
of tho bcrt ever given by any athletic
organization. I'rices win oe given
for different events, which will bo
decided inter. "
John Akanu. who Is now tho presi
dent of the Chinese Alohas, heads tho
list of the committee us chairman
and will have ns his assistants 0. Ho
Llm, John Townsend, A. Aknna nnd
L. A. Fair. Nearly all those gontlo-
men nro oxpeit dancers nnd will
therefore be In it position to know
what In nood for such nn occnslon.
One ot tho best glco clubs In town
has been engaged for the danco.
Tickets will be on sale l." members
at 30 cents, which will admit u gen
tlcmnn jvlth his lady friend.
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In Now York tim star of Matlhiiw-
spii Is cellpsciC Christy, who hits
been the dominant body In baseball
thcfo several years, Is now outshone
by Manning. wIioms mimo Is now on
nil lips. Manning Is a young pitcher
Clark (irlfllth took nut of tbo Trl-
Stato League last fall nnd It Is his
work chiefly that has put New orl:
to tho front in the American l.ciiguo
race. Is it to bo wondered at that all
tho New York fcms nro now singing
the youngster's praises. Just us they
woro Mntthewson's not t-o many sea
DICK IM ,
LOCAL C1MK. IS
Dick Sullivan was badly beaten
lately in a scrap held In Vallejo, by
his old-tiuio rlvnl, Kylo Whitney.
Sullivan is tho local champ, and u
well-known scrapper In these Islands.
Ills career Is being followed with In
terest In this place. Tho following is
un account of tlio go:
Vnllojo, Calif. .May no. Kylo
Vhltncy, tho colored scrapper of 3an
Krnnclsco, won his light with Dick
Sullivan hero this afternoon In tho
twenty-second lomid of what was to
linvo been u lifi-riHiiiil contest for tbo
welterweight chiunplonBlilp ot tho
I'nclllc Const at Die l'alm Athletic
Club's now arena on tho outskirts of
Although not knocked out, Sulli
van's seconds, to savo their uQ.n,
who had already received n tcrrjblo
beating in tho Inst few roun'ds,
threw it npongo Into the ring, ami
rtoforoo Hilly Koclio promptly declar
ed Whitney tho winner. Tho fight
ers entered tho ring about 4 o'clock
and both seemed to bo In tho best of
condition. For tho first three
ounds Whitney hud a slight advan
tage, but Sullivan from then on took
the lead nnd up to tho fifteenth
l on lid had tho advantage. In this
round ho was forced to takn tho
count two times. Ijle managed, how
ever, to stay Until tjie gong rnng and
camo buck strong nnd fought hard
for tho next twn ounds.
Again In tlio clRjttccnth tho negro
had him in a bad way. nnd In this
round Sullivan fell nnd struck his
head on tho lloor, which dazed him
roiisldcrnbly. Tho gong, however.
ivcd him from being counted out.
In tho nineteenth and twentieth
lounds Whitney uid Sullivan taking
tho count several times. ' When Sulli
van left his comer In the ttfenty
flrst round ho war. n beaten man, and
shortly after tho roitnd commenced
his seconds saw that it was useless to
havo their man receive any worse,
beating, so they threw up tho sponge.
A largo number of Sail Francisco
sports wcro in uttendanco and were,
very much pleated with the day's
Hilly Ilocho will probably match
Whitney nnd Sullivan (o itppcar be
fore bis club In tho city.
"Michigan" Smith recently dispos
ed of his two shifty r.prlntors, Ilur
Iclgh and (lypsy King, to M. I). Mil
iar for tho reported sum ot $ir.on.
llurlclgh was ono of tho most con
sistent performers at L'meryvlllo this
winter. It Is Miller's Intention to
race tho pair at Seattle this summer.
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Jack Clcnson the other day secur
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GOOD RACING IS ON
AT XAPI0LANI PARK
Tomorrow afternoon beginning at
about 3 o'clock, the track at Knplo
lanl Park will be tho scene of it sort
of revival of tbo old racing meets on
Knmchnmchn Day, which wcro onco
so popular in Oils place. Four horse
rnces nro assured, nnd un auto raco
is also on, in case tho Inst arrange
ments, cun be mndo with ono ot tho
entries today. The events nro not
fully closed yet, owing to the fact
that tho promoters havo' not been
able to get around enough in tho
last two days.
Tho first ovont -will probably ho
between Mnknalu and tho "Hiirnrlso
party" which beat out tho fast qunr-tcr-mllor
laBt Saturday. This new
Wonder Is named I.cahl Girl, and is
u whirlwind, ovon if sho Is n little
bit of u thing.
Other races havo been made, but
the entries "nro not yet In condition
to ho given out.' A quarter-mllo
event will be hold, with four cn-A. Wntorhousc, C
This car gives ail the efficiency of an extravagantly priced car at a price
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An oftort will bo made to get tho
traction company to put up prizes.
.No udmlFHlon Is to be charged,
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Jack Atkin baa had a remarkably
successful enrcer on the turf. Dur1
lug his two and a half years' racing,
Harney Schrelher's 4-yoar-old bus
been So the post C2 times. nnd lias
won almost CO :cr cent, of his rncca,
finishing llrst 2G times. Ho hits been
out of tho monoy In but seven races.
running second 1C times and third In
his other starts. Ilo has won in
purscj for his owner $47,890, most
of which was earned this scuton,
whlcli Is not yet half over. In-11
trips to tho barrier Ihld year ho ban
won ten races and has landed In sec
ond position In three of tho uthcr
four starts. ,
Thero is now some talk of bringing
this spccdmarvcl and Koschon to?
gethor In a mutch raco at Shoeps
head Hay noxt mouth. Tho raco to
bo at six furlongs and each borao to
curry weight for ase.
Andy Anderson, who. played rccond
base for tho Seals one season, has
opened a bllllnrd parlor at Portland
and lias given up baseball.
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Otto Norman has been engaged to
rido Normnnn III for Mr. Helmont In
tho Kngilsh Derby.,
CLUBMEN HAVE TWO
. SHOOTS SCHEDULED
Tho official handlrnppcr of the Ha
waiian Oun Club, I; Spalding, tlilc
morning announced the handicap:!
for the championship shoot which Is
to be hold at tho Kitknukb traps tlil.t
afternoon 'nt 6:30 o'clock. I). I,.
Austin and J, W. Hnrver are tho two
scratch men, and Spalding Is practi
cally to, with one bird. handicap In
20. Twenty of tho clay-llycrs will
be shot at in tho course of tho con
test. The handicaps ns announced,
foV twenty birds, nro;
Aug. Ahrcns, 10 birds; D. I,. Aus
tin, ncrntch; II. D. Ilrown, 9; C.
Charlock, 9; J. Connor. 2; 1 II. Da
mon. 10; C."V. C. Dcering, 7; II.
Kocke, S; J. '. Hnrvey, scrulch; P.
P. II. lsenbcrg, (i; O. A. Jordan, S;
U. C. King. 2; E. Knpko, 7; J. I). Mc
Veigh, fl; K. II. Porter, 2; J. A. Kohli.
2; V. B. Iloberts, 2; It. V. Shingle,
h7; EI I. Spalding. C; I. Spalding, 1;
W. I,. Stanley, S; W. K. Wnll, :.;
II. M. Whltii?,
J. A. Young,
4; J. E. Whitney,
Tomorrow, the tenth semi-annual
prize shoot of tho club will bo hcbl.
with' seven events of different borts
on tho card. )
COUNTRY CLUB GOLF
Tho Country Club will hold n med
al play tomorrow, on their links, for
which two beautiful prizes aro of
fered. The event Is special, out of
the regular schedule, and for Hint
icaf'on tho committee In chursij Is
puiUcularly iinxiotisMo bcu it mailo
n big success. Entries open at 10
o'clock in, the morning and clo?o .it
2 p. m.
Members who go out to take pint
will secuie Brorn cards from tho
head btcward. The entrance! feo U
r0 cents. .Contestants will play
around in pairs. Tho 'scoro curds
will bo taken up In the evening, nnd
prizes uwurded to tho lowest score,
nnd tho noxt lowest.
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Tho Honolulu Hnscball League de
cided yesterday to 'hold no games to
morrow, as was for a while agitated.
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Chi Ilttl won tho Cooper batting'
cup nt Oahu College.
Cincinnati has turned Pitcher Ko
zcr buck to lluffnlo.
erc!i on tula at
NOW GOING ON
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