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EVCN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., FIMDAY, JULY, 23, 1909
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White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
10c a yard-
Ij. Alloy, Nuuanu, bolow Hotel
been for u heavy rain Btoun In tlio
evening, (ho number would hnvo ex-,
ceeded 100,000. Slnco then the
uvi'ingo .Utundnnrn litis he-en frmi,
14.000 to 20,000. limning lip to 25,- '
000 n ml .10,000 on Saturday ami
.Sunday, Saturday, July 3iil, It was
40,000; Similay. July -tth 37.000,
A Icttn' from Iho Secretary of
Hip Peattle Chamber of Commune to
the Promotion Committee gives tho nml jestuidiiy, July, fith, 01,000; tho
following Infoi illation aa to attend- ttn to ililo exceeds 800,000. This
imco: . i of fmiieo Includes lioth ficti and
"The Exposition U tueiUing, nml paid admissions,
oven oxeeoiiing, cxpeciauuiin in uw
volume of iittendiinco. On tho open
ing day more than 90,000 people
untoied the giounds; had It not
Miidle Weighis ' '
Tanioirow night the Stnr Theater
ihould be clouded with a red-hot
lot of right fans, and they will sure
ly be treated lo ns good a go as lias
been seen In this old town for some
I I tot li tho principals In the Ms
'contest aro resting today, and all
they will do will b to take a nice
Mlttlo ntinll dining the tool or the
bulllvnn Is looking better than ho,
has done for c.ir or more, and his
trainer, Heine; reckons that Dick Is
ft certain winner. The Shatter ath
letes also swc.ir by Sullivan, und
I they have ccry opportunity of Judg
ing wnui tort of condition the cham
pion Is In.
The only time that we have had
the chance of seeing Sullivan In
what teemed like queer Btrcct was
on the occasion of his match with
the negto at the Zoo some cars ago.
Dick vvus a tired man before he
ttepped Into the ring that night,
mil the coon ceitntnly had the Ilo
nolulu man going bcfoic the light
t mlcil I
Sullivan will step Into the ring
j tomorrow night as fit ns hands can
.make him, nml theic is no doubt
thnt he will need nil his skill and
J experience to stop the man from tho
Cordell Is as confident as possi
ble about the outcomo of the match
with Sullivan, and he leads one to
believe thnt If he does not defeat
, the local man he (Cordell) will be
, the mo3t bui priced man In this clty
j The public seems evenly divided
about the respective merits of the
two men, and It Is no use trjlng to
' convince a Sulllvanlto that Cordell
has a chance of winning. Then meet
n Coidellite and mention thnt you
think Dick will put it over the oth-
ei fellow. Why. the look ou get
Is sufficient to confine one to tho l
factory, If the opinion of tho Cordell
fan wns worth anything. i
Yes, the fight has them nil guess
ing, and there will be a lot of ex-'
plunntlons and probably private
tcraps on Sunday over the affair:
and to make things worse, it will be
a dry Sabbnth, too. t
All the arrangements nt tho Star
lire complete, and the spectatois will
be seated In comfort to watch the
go. Tho preliminary between Wn
hllanl and Filcdman will be a real
good exhibition, too, and one that
will warm up the fans for the big
Oihu PI jys Fifth
Cavalry Polo G me
OI en a fine day tomorrow, tho
polo match at l.ollelnia should nt
tinct a big crowd of spectators. Tho
last match, which was won so easily
by tho Oahiieam, put the Cavaliy
officers on theli mettle, and they
have, through hard practice, 1m
pioved a great deal, and should, to
moriow, give i)e Honolulu team u
hard go for tho honors. ,
Oeiiiilson being unable to play for
Onliu.-Major IJotter will have a place
on the team, and', as "he Is an ex
perienced polo man, the team will
not be weakened.
Dllllnghnm, Ilaldwln, Fleming
and Totter will, therefore, do battle
for the local club, and a very strong'
team they make. Dr. irwln will
probably be on hand ns substitute,
and In the event of anyone becom
ing incapacitated tlio doctor will
jump Into the In each.
I.ellehua is if Hong way out, but
the trip is well woith taking with
out considering the polo gnme, us
the road winds in nnd out of deep
gulches, and then between miles of
pineapples, nnd all the time the blue
waters of the Pacific anil the white
crested breakers rushing slinrownhls
toim n sccho of beauty which woul
be hard to match.
A suggestion thai a polo field be
made at Knplohml hns often been
advocated In these columns, nnd It
teems ns If, after nil, something Is
going to be done In tho matter. If
u Hold can be provided for out of
money raised by subscription, the
upkeep of the ground will be at
tended to ut very llttlo cost.
Doth Mo.iunlua and I.ellehua nie
too far out of town expect for peo
ple who' own automobiles, and if, a
polo field wore In existence nt Kapl
olunl Pnik tho game would get a
wonderful boost nnd n lot of new
1 July 25: Marines vs. C. A. fi.
July 25: K. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
July 25: Kcwalos vs.
July 25: Tort Shatter vs.
July 25 Uwa vs. Alon.
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: McCollough vs.
Coll and other bouts.
July 24: Oahu vs.
Aug. Is Mclncrny Cup.
July 24: llhrtiop & Co. vs.
Divls & Co.
July 31: H. C. C. vs.
jColl vs. McCoiough .
At O pheum
I Joe Cohins boxing entertainment
nt the Orpheum tomorrow night Is
better every time tho program Is
poiuscd. The four bouts that arc
arranged should provldo some ex
cellent sport, and that between Coi
ond McCollough will be 'a really In
tel cstlng go. ,
The whole show takes on rather
the appearnnce of an Inter-regl-mental
tournament, nnd Ifthl lay
out tomorrow night Is n 'success,
Cohen will probably pull off moie ,
of the same kind,
The chnrge for admission Is very
very reasonable, nnd the tickets lire
going off quickly. The .soldiers are
great supporters of the boxing game,
and it lB,to them principally ifri J
Mnnagcr Cohen will look to.' for his ,
material for future shows."
Taking It altogether, the Orpheum
puigram Bhould attract a number o'j
spons who can ue rcucu iiion lo no t
buiiiv iisiu iwiiiifi aviiiivn liuoi iiiv
men nie mixing things In the ring.
If the Sulllvan-Cordell 'match wcro
not coming off on the same night n
lecord crowd would probably at
tend nt the Orpheum. Still there
should he enough boxing cnthusl
nsts in the city to 111! two good
With reference to tho Coll-McCol-lough
match, opinions differ ns to
which Is the better mnn of the two.
McCollough Is a man who can stand
a tiemcndoiis amount of punish
ment, and then come back with that
famous grin of his nnd do the Oliver
Coll has not been 'seen .In public
here, but hns done plcntytof boxing
down at the Marine Camp, where
players would certainly go In for
It will be heard with regret thnt
George Dennlson will be unable to
piny tomorrow, but the Oahu team
Is lucky lo being nble to get n plnyer
like Potter to help out In the game.
Lelleliiin Is only about ten miles
from llnlelv,, and no doubt a num
ber of people will run down In their
cars to the beautiful hotel and tuko
Clifford Kimball Is preparing a
special dinner for the occasion, and
as It will be moonlight it Is probable he Is thought a lot of.1 -He has a
that the opportunity to visit Halet- good left und will probably land on
wo will be grasped by the'poto fans, the Shatter boy Iwlce to'lhe 'others
:: u s: one. Still the "Ironman" ,wlll carry
A, n li .around that hardy right of hi, am;
merlCnn JDiIII I It (.nee he connects kwlth the Col,
jaw it will be pillow and' blankets
1 Crflll I'l Oyailty, Marathon Jackson and llugler.
Sarconl will be' at home at the Or
pheum alao, and. the pair should stir
the fans up losome unique stunts in.
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Ilaselmll is flourishing In Aim
tralla.nsjnevcr before, nnd the visit
of the Columbia "l)o)s to the Com
monwealth has iillned up a lot of
Interest in the Amctkim game.
On July G the Columbln bojs met
the Sydney Unlveislty team on the
"Varsltv idlihiond, und managed to
put It over; the Antipodean bunch by
4 scoie-of U to '. I
In the, flrat Inning the Columbians'
failed to score, but the 'Vurslty .
made one. Tho Americans did not
do a thing Ito the Kangaroos In the
the rooting line. If Sarconl fights
an) thing like he' does In training It
will1 be slumbertai.d for'Jnck.'i
Marathon Race ;
Probable At -Park
As suggested In the flu lie Lin
on Monday last, an alteration has
bceond; ohi 'no. only hit up live "en ""v"8 ns regards tho press, te
nuis! Thenthe 'VarBlly maqo one hie nt the Athletic " Park, and the
In their second and three In their "tribes will now 'bo' seated In com
thlrd, und thq'scoic vya$ tied. The fort t the mauka end of the grnnll
"Coaees" could bo'heard for miles "t.md, whero there will bo no pllllda
when the 'Australians evened things nl,out not being 'able to' see the work
up. but the Joy wns short lived, as ,loil around first base,
tho Frisco 'lads made a run in tho TI'o sets I" theigrnnd stand have
fourth nnd 'again led the ' Kunga- nl, been all numbered, and tickets
toos. 1 that are sold at the gates will en-
Nelther side scored In tho fifth or Mle tho buyer to a specified sent',
sixth, but In the first half of the sev- which cannot bo jumped by anione
cnth Columbia made three, and tho e,ac
others could -only, Vespond with two. Manager Douthltt Is figuring on
The eighth was no 'use to either n Marathon race to be run early in
team, and when'the Columbia bunch September, and" Chinese, Japanese,
went to bat In thj ninth the score Hawaiian nnd other nationalities
stood 9 to y In t(elr favor, I are expected to enter for the event.
Things happened In the first half T,'e Mact length of the track Is
of "the ninth, -when Muhelm, Wlhr, 'et known, but It will probably pan
Nagle nnd Prang romped., home for out at about six laps to the milt.
Columbln. and na the 'Varsity could A Marathon would certainly draw
not score, the game ended as before ,a U,B crowd, and If liberal vprlzes
stated 13 to 7. fvvero offered no doubt a, number of
The University team was made up miners from the other Islands would
or cricketers who play the American, entcr 'or ,he race'1
game In tllb dff season, nnd, con-'! Douthltt has several other Ideas
Blderlng UiKt they have not been which ho will make public Int the
coached In the finer points of base. ncar future, and 'the chances uie
ball, Ihey did fairly well to score at that the Park will be the scene of
all. The Columbia Hoys are touring ma"i' Interesting sporting events.
Australia more for pleasure than I tt tt it '
anything ;eUc, and they also glvo STANDING OF CLUBS JULY 17.
band concerts and nthletlo dlspluvs ' '
In the different cities. ,' NATIONAL LEAGUE, i
In the second ball game against "
tho Paddlngtbn ttnm of Sydnby, the Pittsburg J5R
Columbia Boys won' by a Bcore of .1 clcaSo tj0
to 2 after a very exciting game. A Now Yorlf i
marvelous one-hnhded catch was Ctnclmintt 41
brought off by Pratt'at short stop, Philadelphia ,...33.
und old cricketer8 describe It ns the st I-0"'8 ( 30
best thev 'hnit ever Keen nhvwhnrn. Brooklyn 26
lUbeball has got a hold on Austral-1 ,,O8t0, ...'22
3G , .532
42 . .440
i:ury one Is delighted with the
'ulr und the outlook is bilght,"
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Feabilght, N.' J., tournamclit, They
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