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SULLIVAN IS BUSY
AT FORT SIIAFTER
ARE PRESENTED TO
The championship cup for
tinrc titc TWAiWTwn qtumtq atI the tennis doubles tournament
,mlv -, l of IMS were piescntcd to Iho
i ARMY PQSr winners. C II Cooke and W. I'.
I Itoth, this morning. Consider-
,Clcver Lad 's in Pink of Condition ' able delay was experienced In
nml Little Wmk Is Nesdivl in flel getting the cups from the en-
S, Him Ready to Enter the Squared Cir- U Bjnvew mid, In consequence,
" ' rlf Wih Piwnn 1 tho champions have had to wait
CIC Wltnictel.on for their ttophibs. The cups
BLISS WILL CATCH
FOR HAWAIIAN TEAM
MICHAEL PROMISES TO DECIDE
BALLS AND STRIKES
ANY CHILD CAN OPERATE IT.
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AND YOUR FAMILY.
Chr-apest and Best.
Docs Not Dc-irnd Upon Water To Extinguish a
Flame; Chemical Action Does It.
You read eurv day in this paper of the Hono
lulu Fire Donrtment's "CHEMICAL ENGINE"
extinguishing fires before the steam fire engines
nrrivs. The KEYSTONE is simnly a small chem
ical engine. Simply invert it and diicct the hose
nozzle. Call and let us demonstrate.
Dick Hull Ivan Hh hard at work out
nt tort Shatter preparing for Ilia go
Sullivan Is always in such Rood smith's art and nro liotli suit-
foil,, that very little l.nr.1 work Is 'ffi 0, t
iwMlcilnH n ntle, to wind him up, Cuokc. that both players may
properly. Still, DUk Juiows ho Is up ' hae somelhliiB to remember the
are on display In H. O. Hall &
The trophy cups nro beautl-
fill specimens uf the silver
El cat tournament by.
.ifiuinat a tousli pioposltlon In Peter
ton, nml 1 leaving nothing to chnnce.
Ycstcidny afternoon Sullivan work
ed out from 3 to 4 o'clock. Quite a
number of sports visited the Camp
to sec tbi! popular Did; ro through
After tlolnir tho I ('dilation stunts
with the sklppliiK-rupe, punching !
hall, weights, etc., Dick had a friend
ly Hp.ir with "Ilereulns." tlio UroeK
who fights Nelson on Saturday week. The Twentieth Infantr havo been
The embiJo I)eni03thenea was hog- ehallotiged (o n ball game by tho N.
fat, nml, of rirtimo, was not much uso " The Ramo will come off when
to Dick. However, the Oicek Is at the Twentieth and tho Guards nro
husk? Individual who can stand a together In camp.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd
lot uf punishment and should, with
u week or no of hard wi'nk, show up
well against the Dune.
Sullivan lights nt lf8 pounds anil
can iiinl.u tlu weight nt a day's no
The X (! It. has many of tho local
League men In its ranks, and can put
up a strong game. On the other
hand, the Tort Shatter boys have
seme good, leal good, players out at
tho camp, and can he relied on to
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Jnpl. M.'P.iiIiIpii. nwk's trnlnor nml buttle it out to the end of the game,
sergpuni narry oi me iN. u. u. is
confident that his lads ran put It alt
over the legulars. The Camp bojs,
on the other hand, are quite positive
they have the strength of the N. O.
II. gauged properly.
The Alllolani College rootball team
light worth pawiiinR oftc's coat to sec. j will try conclusions with the Puna-
i.ii'tilo-, k.iih Sullivan Is tho easiest
in.ni to 1 1 ii 1 ii he his ever handled.
Ii i.u.e w II e u great wrap to wlt-tu-fH
mi Sutiiril.iv i "ght week, and nt
the piosent stage It ts hard to say
.lui lice winner will be, but ono
thing Ii .-it.tlti. uud that Is that
(iinUi'inan Dick will put up n
u i n
Sam r.orger wants a chance to
fight Ketchel nt catch weights. Wil
lis n.ltt cays liL intddlewelght cham
plon will go after Johnson.
By Hour or Trip?
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
lions this afternoon mi the Kametin
mcha grounds-nt 2:30.
Another ganio between tho High
School and the Kams will also be
plaed. This should bo a hot one, as
wlilchoter team wins takes first place
in the League competition.
liotli fenins aro very anxious to
gain the premier position on the list.
and will strain every nerve to do so.
it x a
Cy Moielng of Stockton goes to
San I'ranclsco to secure lease on ball
Reach Club Will Oive Locals a Help
ing Hand and Better Sport Will
Doubtless Result Sports Will Pre
cede Saturday's Game
Mike Klsher will umpire Sunday's
Kiilno between llje Stars and All-Iln-wnll.
I'lslicr Is an old hand with tho
Indicator, and claims to bo .fast on
his pins, too.
"Don't you think I can't umpire,"
he remarked. "I'll surprise some of
J ou fellows when I get out there."
On Saturday Illlss will catch for
Hnwall and Itcutor pitch. Orancy
und Williams will be the battery for
tho Stars. ,
On Sunday, Dovcrcaut will pitch
for the visitors and Williams catch.
Hums mid Illlns will l.okua All-IIn-wall.
Tomoriow's game will bo preceded
by Held sports, which will start at 2
"Ited Hog" and Kn Suo will bring
off their mucli-tnlked-of running
match, and that In Itself should bo
worth a trip to tho ball giounds.
Uovcreaux will run fifty yards, back
wards, whilst Hn Sue Is coloring ono
nunureu yards in the usual way.
A local saloon man has taken ou
Mlquo Fisher for u ft 0-yard snrint.
j Fisher challenged any 220-pouud man
I to run tho distance ror any kind of
Tho accurate-throwing competition
should be very Interesting. The ton-
Itcstnnts hnve three throws each and
ccry time the target Is struck counts
one point. Tho throwing Is done
rrom tne Home plate to second base,
where nn Iron target Is erected.
There will bo long-distance throw
ing, sprints, nnd baBc-runnlng. All
local bnl.pln)crs aio eligible to en
ter, and tlnre Is no entrance fee of
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After watching tho three games of
ball already played between the
nench team and All-Hawaii there Is
no possible room for doubting tho in
ability or thu locals to win out.
It Is not their fault: they are
merely amateurs, nnd havo not got
tlio plnslnuo of the professionals.
This Is no "knocking" crusade: It'a
simply stating what everyone Is
uunro of, Our boys aro a good lot
and play good country ball, but they
are up against n hard proposition lu
Whut tho public wants to see ts
Kcod ball -It doesn't matter by
Why not put five of the visitors
and four locals on ono side, nnd mako
up thu other team In tho samo way?
i;ven with a reduced tariff of 20
cents, Icbs than a couple bundled peo
pie. attended the game on Wednesday
Let Honolulu sec at least one
game of first-class ball, and there Is
no. doubt a combination team of Ha-
wans and Stnrs could do the trick.
u it n
Wright nnd Alexander, tho Amer
icans who represented their country
In the Davis Cup, played for In Aus
tralia, some little time back, wera
treated royally whilst In' Sydney and
- Although defeated In tho play for
the woild's double championship, by
II rooks nnd Wilding, they put up a
It took the whole five sets to de
cide tho matter, and at one stngo,
when It was two sets all, the Ameri
cans seemed certain winners.
Norman llroohs, who had not
shown up to advantago so far in the
match, then pulled himself together,
and plnjed up to his old standard.
Ilrooks' service Is considered tho
mos.t deadly In the world. He plays
with n racquet the strings of which
are almost as loose as those of a la
crosbo bat. Ills, pace 1b terrific, and
the ball "breaks" to right or left, up
on hitting the ground, at the servers'
Theto Is absolutely nothing to In
dicate In which direction tho ball will
curve, und Ilrooks' bond gives no
Norman, when n boy of fifteen, has
been khown to lilt any desired spqt
lu tho service court. Skeptics would
pin down small squares of paper to
tlio couit. and 'Invito Ilrooks to hit
jtmo with his service, He seldom miss
vu wiiii nis nrst, and. It no inn, nis
ceioud was almost a certainty. His
second service Is Just ns fast as his
(list and his smashes are deadly.
Wilding, a Maorllander, Is almost
uf good ;ih Ilrooks. He happened to
be in Kughind on business at tho tlmo
of the Americans' visit, but retumed
pout haste to defend tho title to the
Davis Cup, which ho". and Ilrooks won
In Hngland last year.
The New Zenlandor has played nil
over Kurope, and has very seldom
.been (1 created.
Tho noxt match for tho Davis Cup
will bo played In tho United States.
It remains to be seen If Australia can
win the much-coveted cup for tho
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