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KVENINO IIULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, JULY no. 1909.
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Eddie Fernandez's i
Ten Miles Race
At Athletic Park
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When tjic news that Eddie Fer
nandez had resigned his position of
umpire to the O.ihu League wns pub
lished In the II u lie tin jcatcrduy
much rcgicl was expressed nil over
! I'crnnnilcx Is nn excellent tim
plte. mid the talk of his favoring
one team or nnothcr Is nil the pro
duct ol the too vivid Imagination oC
the supporters of whichever team
that Is supposed to he getting the
worst ot the game.
In the game last Sunday the Kn-
llhls secured no lens than fix runs
in their first Inning', and It that
wns not II sign of something clso be
Ides "lintl umpiring," then what
However, Hddlc has turned 'down
the job, and his successor, J. II. Mc
11 enry, has tnken the position. Mc
llcnry Is a newcomer to the Islands
i' ml s unknown to the different
tennis, so he cannot he accused ot
favoring nny nine The new um
pire Is said to have had u lot of Ex
perience at the bull game nnd Is
thbught to he satisfactory by the
bosses ot the O.i liu League.
The J. A. C.s will have the St.
Louis College boy. Hill Ksplnda, In
the pitcher's box on Sunday next,
mill be should be n great help to
the tenm. Ksplnda has been away
nn Maul for some weclis, but will bo
hack In time to take part in tho
mutch on Sunday.
Itoxs will catch fur Hsplndn, and
the combination should he a good
one. It Is to be hoped that tho J.
A. C.s play a better gamo nganst
the Murines thnn they did when op
posing the Knllhls.
The four teams In the Oahu
League scries have each one nnd
lost n game, and they ale, consc-
I fluently, nil on a level footing at
I present. It will be Interesting to
tee how the teams stnnd after Sun
The Athletic Park people will have
u band of their own on Sunday In
stead of the Hawaiian, which run-
not be expected to be on hand on
Tom Morris Cup
Next Sunday .it tho Country Club
the Mclncrny cup will be played for,
nnd n big lot of golfers have entered
for tho event. Tho cup, which Is a
magnificent work ot art, has to bo
won tliieo times by tho same manr
nnd, so fur, Thomas (1111, who bus
inptiircd It twice, appears to have n
mortgage on the trophy.
However, there are n lot of men
1 who are cnpuble of having a big try
to prevent dill winning for the third
oiid lust time, on Sunday, and It will
I'nt go Into wmie ulher pluycr's cus
tody for the mining year.
The links nt the Country Club nru
looking very well Just now, nnd, al
though thu ruin hits Interfered with
the piny recently, a number of en
thusiasts regularly go out for u
Onco the Mclncrny rup Is settled
tlicro will bo no match play until
September fl, when tho Medal tour
nament comes off. Labor pay will
bo a holiday for most people, nnd
no doubt a largo eiowd ot golf play
ers and spectators will visit the club
nnd watch the Medal play.
No word has been beard as to
which team won the Tom Morris
cup, nnd tho local plujeis arn anx
ious to know whore Hawaii stands
In tho competition.
Although It is not by nny means
expected that tho Iqcal men are at
tho top or the list, It Is thought that
our representatives havo beaten more
j teams tliati have defeated them.
Probably tho Tenjo Mam, which
anlvcs on Monday next, wjll have
the long looked for results In tho
mall, nnd thon tho colters of the
Torrltoiy will bo ublo to sum up tho
Micngth of the local game, as com
paied with that of the mainland.
tt :t t:
Kulilcs clcwe tonight for the Wall
Cup tournament, nnd It Ix expected
that n large number of plajcrs will
put their names In this afternoon
for tho piny,
Play will stmt touiouow after
noon, nnd as nil the men nie In ex
cellent foi in some good play will bo
mho to be seen,
Secretaries or other author
ised representatives ot club
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to Hit- Sporting Kdl
tor, Evening Bulletin.
Aug. 1: K. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Aug. 1: U. 8. M. C. vs. J. A. C.
, (Klvcrsldo League.)
' Iort Shatter vs. Palamns.
' Alohas vs. Aalas.
' Aug. 8: Ewa vs. Wulanac. .
Aug, 7: Diamond Heads vs.
There Is a lot of talk around
town 'about an nthletlc show which
tho management of the Athletic
I Park arc figuring on bringing off
j around about Ilcgatta day. I
A Marathon race was first moot
ed, but that proposition did not take
xcry well. As a matter of fact ev
er) one is pretty well sick ot that
kind ot event; the four or more
hours that have to be spent watch
ing a straggled bunch of exhausted
And semi-conscious peds strugglo
nround a circular track could be
much better spent.
Another schemo that Is being con
sidered by the park people Is that
ot holding a program ot sports, such
as sprints, hurdle and other foot
races. The principal- event would
be a ten mile rtico tor a limited num
ber of the best men; over' the dis
tance In the Territory.
'When It Is remembered that wo
have men In our midst like Connie
liases,. Downey, Scararsch, "Char
lie" Jackson, and "several others,
who can run ten miles nt a really
good clip, It will bo seen that If they
and the best from Hilo met, thero
would be a race worth going miles
An) one who watched Downey cut
out the ten miles at the League,
grounds at the time of the Marathon
must be aware that tho lad Is a
first-class man over that distance,
nnd one who has a vory taking style,
Scharsch and Hayes also ran
beautifully up to the ten mile post,
and nothing need be said ot Jack
son's nnd "Charlie's" performances,
At T iitrarpyfr n u,ey ran well right through.
ii jaupanoenoc Thc tcn mlle rnce ,,,!,
looks good, nnd, together with oth
er events, should nttrnct a big
Nothing Is settled
Aug. 14: Punahou vs.
July 31: II. C. C. vs.
July 31: Governor's Cup.
July 31: Wall Cup.
Aug. 1: Mclncrny Cup.
1 Aug. 14: 8ulllvan vs. Cordcll
New Tennis Court
Starts Monday, Aug. 2nd
Tennis is on thc boom nil over
Hawaii, and tho following account croWd of people.
of the opening of the new court at et, but thc management Is thinking
Laupahoehue rill be read Iwth In- hard and maybe we will see the
tcrest.,. The urcount Is from the picked runners of the group'strlv-
Hilo Tulbune: Ing against one another before long
The n,ew trnnls couit at Laupahoe- over thc ten miles CQurse. t
hoe had n nio.U successful opening ' tt UH
on Sunday, the 18th Inst. An opeu -ri ii AU.,! ?ct
Invitation was extended to alt per- 1 alK .TXDOUl riSUC
rons Inleiestcd In tennis, nnd n
company of nenrly forty people re
sponded. There were over thirty
good players assembled, and numer
ous good sets were played. Tho
writer 'noticed nmongst the
players Albert Horner unci his two
Game And Boxers
There Is nothing much doing In
the boxing game Just at present,
crack nnd although challenges have been
flying around nmong the light-
sons. Albert. Jr.. and IFosler Hor- weights, no matches havo been
ner, also' the Hamakuu champion, made.
Eugene Horner, and his brother, ' Al Fellows still, wnnders around
Arthur. Olmi wns represented by tho local Dowcry und wonders wheu
tho cvchamplon ot Hawaii, Dr.
l'rcd Ii win. Hiikulnu heat n con
tingent or good pin) era, Including
Lambert Thompson. Hcndcrbon und
bomo foeman worthy ot his Bleep
producing left will nrlse nnd say
"You are mlno!"
Johnathan McKaddcn chews gum
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McCall. P.ipaalo.i also showed up und says nothing that might bo
well with a force of good players. cousttued Intb light talk. Jack has
The court, which has Just been settled down Into a quiet, ordinary
completed, Is well situated and It Is citizen, and except for always be
hoped that fiequcnt meetings ot Ing on deck when his old charge,
r.ood plajcrs will tend to bring up Sullivan, Is engaged In some ilstle
the sport, which has been dormant affair, does not asplro to don tho
for soverul years. J. S. II. McICcnzlo gloves uguln for keeps,
was ulbo on hand, but was unable, to Of tho other gentle pugs, much
pl.iy, owing lo lujuricH received dur-'cannot be said. Wahllanl Is resting
Ing the football game at Hilo. He- after his strenuous (?) two and u
frcshiiicntH wcro nerved during, the halt minutes bout with the Fifth'
day, which wns almost perfect, and Cavalry man, nnd Is at tho same
all hands appeared to bo having a i tlmo thinking of hitching up with
good time. j the prldo of tho Engineers Cor
tt tt n porul Terrlen. Whether this match
SHORT SPORTS. .will come oft or not la undecided; It
' would make a good main event Jater
The entries so far received for tho on when tho Sulllvan-Cordoll con
Maul - Honolulu tennis tournament, test Is pau.
which will bo plajcd at Piiunenc, Talking ot tho latter mutch, the
Saturday., August 14. aro as fallows: twenty round affair Instead of 11
Capt. Low, A. It. Cunha, V. L. War
l en, V. C. Athciton, V. E. Stcere, C.
G. Iloekus, W li Anderson, C. II.
Hemenway, S. M. llallou, V. I'.
Iloth, It. A. Cooke, J
J. J. Pago.
twenty-five round go Is not as pleas
ing to the fans, who think that tho
extra five rounds are not sufficient
to finally decldo which Is the better
T. Wnterhousc, man.
I However, judging from tho cxhlbl
Tho following lleretnnln Club ten- Hon put up at tho last fight, tho
nln players are cnteicd for the Wall extra five lounds will make all tho
Cup tournument, which commences difference In the world. l'lvo
touiouow afternoon on the
tanlu cguits at 3:3Q o'clock:
Gee, dipt. Low, A. L. Lowry, I.
lluiil, J, Miiciiuluy, J. Muconncl, J.
Sinclair, C. G. Iloekus, I). W. Ander
Min, Lieut. Moses, II, 11. Dooth, The
ilu'vltiKH will take place nt !
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llcrc- rounds means twenty minutes more
E. S. suspense for the Bcrnppers, and the
r.fteen minutes ot actual boxing will
tell a tale after the men have al
ready gone fifteen roundB.
Sullivan and Cordcll aro taking
things, easily Just now nnd will not
n'ulncl, this afternoon, nnd the win- make a Btart at reul hard training
ner out from amo.ig tho above play- for a little tint- jet The match .Is
crs will meet the piescnt holder of already attracting much uttentlon,
thc cup, L. Warren, , und Cor del I has made, qulto a hit
- - with tho public by doclding to re-
Tho handicaps for tho Governor's main In Honolulu nnd meeting Sul-
Cup race have again been altered, llvan again,
und us t now stands the Kameha- tt tt tt ,
uiehn Ik on scratch: Charlotte C, 1 Ellsha Andrews will -play ror the
hour 28 minutes; aind)s, 1 hour 54 Knllhls next Sunday nnd will prob-
minutes. The time ror the start ably bo In the out-field. ,Illce.und
of the race hub also been changed to Chllllngworth ,qt the High School
." o'rlock. us that hour la thought tcum are both playing In tho Oahu
tn bo the uinst convenient. Lengue nt preheat.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
The Newsboy's' Lcngue will start
play ror the beautiful cup piescnted
I" the Bulletin on Monduv next.
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