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EVENING DCLtETIN. JIONOLOUJ, T. II., I1UE9DAY, AUGUST 3, 1909
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
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Big League Ball
Things arc getting Into shape for
tho start of big ball nt the League
grounds, nnd the prospects of a
short season of snappy ball look
Eddie Pernandez nnd Chnrlle Falk
nrc doing nil In their power 'to In-
tercst the public In the series, nnd
today they are ranking a personal
cam ass of the business houses of
the city In order to see how many .
1 season tickets can be disposed of.
I Everybody Is ready for big ball,
nnd the nnenlnir came between Dla.-
mond llend nnd I'unnhou on 8atur-
day next should be a rattling good
one, nnd. one that will remind the
fans of the good old games that
were matched by crowded grand-
stand nnd packed bleachers. 1
The Hawaiian band will be on '
hand on Saturday, and Captain Her-
;cr Is comioslng a special waltz
long to commemorate the occasion.
From the present Indications the
old grounds will look something like
they did a ear or two ago, when In
tcrest In the doing of the Puns, Jew
els nnd Kama rnn so high.
Thcro will only be one gnme each
day, and that Bhoitld be plenty, as
long ns the standard of tho play Is
Kept up. The Diamond Heads and
Aug. 7: Diamond Heads s.
Aug. 8: J. A. C. s. C. A. C.
Aug. 8: K. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 8: Aala s. Kort
Aug. 8: Chlncso vs. Kcwalo.
Aug. 8: Ewn vs. Walanae.
Aug. 14: Punahou vs.
Aug. 7: Practice.
Aug. 2: Wall Cup.
, Aug. 8: Mclncrny Cup.
Aug. H: Sullivan vs. Cordell.
A large stock just rccei ved by
E. 0. Hall & Son,
Boxing Notes and
After nil, thcro will be a pre
liminary to tho Sulllvnn-Cordell box-
Punahaus are capablo of putting up lng contest, nnd It will be put up
n great game of ball, and as they by "Kid" Terry of the Iroquois nnd
lime been practicing hnrd for somo liuglcr Sarconl from tho marine
time, tho meeting of the old oppon- camp,
cnts should be well north watching. These two men have been anxious
Lorrln Andrews will be tho official to get together for somo tlmo now,
scorer, nnd ns he Is an expert at tho and they should provide a good live
gnme, his records will bo always on ly contest." Doth the lads nro known
the right side. The sale of season t to the fight fans, nnd, as they nro
tickets Is going on nt Gunst Kakln's willing joung fellows, the prellml
storo eory day from jll a. m. till 1 'nary should stir the speitalors up in
p. m , nud Eddlo rcrnnndez is nl- ' anticipation of the big mntch.
wn)s there to give nny Informntlon The principals In the main event
that may be required as to scats. have started easy work and will
and tho prices thereof. quicken things up next week.
Dcrt Dowers will bo umpire for j There was a general wish that
It Ho names, nnd his decisions are there should bo a preliminary to the
at his appointment. the management has done .well In
I On Saturday two tally-hos will nrranglngtone, as otherwise a lot of
J K.ivo the drlllshed, and one wilt bo people lyqjild liajo staged away from
other by tho band. Tho Punahou CordelUwlll do his work at tho
Wh'le Dress Goods
New shipment ju t rrr.vd by the Alameda.
LACES and EM3K0ID iilY all new dcs'gr.s.
Cotncr Kin and Ecthel Streets.
team will ue RS follows: McCorrls
ton, c; J. Williams, p; A. Q. Mar
calllno, lb: W. Hoogs, 2b; Hender
son, 3b; Medcraft, ss; C. Cooke, If;
J. Kia, cf; J, Waterhouse, rf.
n n a
Wall Cup Play
Jack and Jeff
No wthat Jack Johnson has put
up his money to cover Jim Jeffries'
forfeit, everybody can rest ntsured
that, bnrrlng nccldcnts, the fight will
take place. ' I
Dul still, should Ketchcll defeat
the negro, n peculiar state of af
fairs would arise, and nobody would
know exactly where things are. And .
to make things worse, what will j
happen If Longford whips Ketchelt ,
beforo Johnson ond Btantey hitch I
Still, thcro Is ono thing to ho
thankful for, and that Is that things
hnvo come to a head nt last, ntd
"Dearie" will now hnvo to fate tb
man who has been forced by public
opinion to come out and do battle
All sorts of rumors nro going tho
rounds now about Jeff's condition,
and ono writer states that the big
fellow was puffing and blowing
after a two-round spar in a vaude
vlllo show. That does not look as
It Jim Is In any kind of shape at
present, and shows thnt he will have
to do n long course of training to
have nny show ngnlnst the negro
if the latter Is In condition.
And right here the question nsls
es: what about Lit Arth's pranks?
He Is reported to be right out pf
condition and treading the prlmroso
path that beats all tho pugs for
It certainly would bo ludicrous to
tec two broken winded, out of con
dition, fat and flabby would-be
champions shaping up to one anoth
er for n purso somewhere In the
neighborhood of $150,000.
All the same tho men will hnvo
plenty of time t toraln properly If
they will do so and the light Is
going to draw the biggest crowd of
this or any other country,
n 8 H
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
PACIFIC COAST LEAOUE.
San Francisco 78
Los Angeles 64
I Play in the Wall Cup tennis tour
nament advanced another stage cs
terday when some four mutihcs
were pla)od oft during the after
noon. None of the beta were ory
close, 'and thore were sovrnl IIe
All tho mntches were won by two
lets straight, nnd of theso tho one
, between A, L. Lowrey and I. Huid Evenine. Bulletin
Marine camp, and Sullivan, as us-. Sacramento GG
uai, win get permission to train out
nt Fort Shatter. Dick Is not a hard
man to (jet fit, and a week or ten
days will fix him up all right.
At Fellows has not, so far, hitched
up wltlj anonc, nnd them does not
1 appear tone nnono or ha class' In
'sight, Cotiiornl Terrlen of the En
gineers Is still anxiously waiting to
hear from "The Whirlwind," nnd
has not ghen up hopes of n, match
with the knockcintlt of soldiers .
There Is an undercunent of ex.
pectanc 'around the haunts of tho
'boxing fraternity, nnd something
may break looie r.n dnj In the way
of new mutches.
The Industrial Edition of tbr
Lowrey ready for mailing, SO cents at Bui
6-4, and 1 e 1 1 n offief
SHE SLEEPS ON A "LEGGETT"
W z ? '- W W 5? 1? ? 1? w
New York -' ... 39
Louis . .'. j . 38
AVnshlngton i 2G
We've had a biu r 'n on them becacse they're so chean.
but we still have more Either roll-top or flat-top. If you
went a desk, now's yo r chance.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
RESULT OF TOM .
MORRIS CUP PLAY
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB RANKS NO. 44 ON LIST AND DEFEATED
EIGHTEEN MAINLAND CLUBS DENVER COUNTRY CLUB
TURNS OUT TO BE WINNER. ' '
Batiste 10c yd now 5 c
White Goods 15c a yd .now 10 o
Color Lawn 12Vic a yd now 7'.c
'Li. AllOy, Nutianu, below Hotel
was tho best fought out,
won by a bcore of 6-1,
Ibhowed fcomo good form.
C. O, ilockus had no difficulty In
( defeating D. W, Anderson, and took
two sets strnlght to one game. E.
S. (lee met II. D. Ilooth and the lat
, ter only got four games In the two
I Captain Low, who is to meet Gee
, this afternoon, beat J. Macaulay I
i 6-0, 6-0, E. L. Sinclair was return- j
' cd a winner over W. L. Whitney,
owing to the latter defaulting. ,
I Tho tournament Is In a ery In
Itciestlng stage Just now, and tho
( match between Geo nnd Low tills
. nftcrnoon will decide which of the
two men will get Into the finals.
' There will be nnothei Inetrcstlnc fni- wiiiii ihn hnl Cmmin, pii.ii
'game this afternoon when Ilockus also ciiteted n team nnd enmo out
nnd Sinclair meet. The'wlnner of No, 44. Sixty-three teams sent In
i this match will play Lowrey to see their renoits, but quite n number
who Is eligible to meot tho winner of wno thought they were too much
the Low -Geo match In tho final. "down to pni refrained from turning
A l.uge ciowd of tennis enthusl- in cards.
nuts Is collected tn attend the games -Tho Denver Country Club proved I
tills arternoon, as both mntLlios to-bo tho winner, Ub team finishing
picmlsa to bo veiy close nnd exclt- ic down to par. with tho Aunandalo
lng. The wenthci Is Ideal foi ten- Countiy Club of Paasadcna, Cal , iu
nls Just now, and besides the tour.- Cloe secoiuUnt 17 down,
nament much pln is going on when The Dcner club used four sub-
tho comts nre not engaged b thq Etltutc pl.i)ers. The average ago
tournament nun. r Hie team Js an even 44 ycais.
Thurc((grso has nocr been an easy
Tlio plumbing odliuncj lll pins In one, nnd It Iiiih boon mado more dlf-
Its uilglnil form. Tint vjultitlon cam' ncult tills ocar by the addition or)
mltteo of tho Hoard of SiijervlsoiH number of traps nnd bunkers,
lias decided that tho rliiiwm ri'com- The creek. 150 feet wide, which,
mended at tho public me-thu arc not , ti0UKi, the tub grounds, In
of sufficient Impoitnnco to make it clashed eight times. Tho BtatomenC
wuriii winiu ... uicurporaio mini in Botno of l)le lm)0rs nl)out tlu(
- W. L.
Pittsburg 60 24
Chicago G4 28
New York 46 33
Cincinnati 44 42
Philadelphia 37 4G
St. Louis 64 46
lliaaltljn 31 G3
Iloston 24 G9
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Bulletin Business Oilier Phone 251
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Over six hundred golfers tool; cd up without holing out. II. K.
part In the Tom Morris competition I MncCrncken of the Denver team
made tho best score, 4 'up on par.
Exnioor was the onlj club among
tho leiulers that furnished complete
medal .coies. Tho uverage medal
scoie of' tho Kxmoor team was 81.
Tho total score was 652, which, by
etiokc4 was 60 more than par.
The i oil of .honor, those who were
oven or on par, is as follows: It. VS.
MncCmiken, Denver, 4 up; Waltor
Fairbanks, Denver, 2 up; Harold
Weber, Inverness, 2 tip; J. P. Kd
rington, Memphis, 2 up; Dr. D. P.
Piedcrliks, Claremoiit, 2 up; A. C.
Ti avers, Denver, 1 up; E. P. Gates,
Annnndalo, 1 up; V. II. ngan, Ex
moor, 1 up; J. V. Kllot, Annaudalc,
oven; F. W, McCartney, Denver,
even; M. V, Gnno, Denver, even.
Oahu Country Club ranks No. 44
on tho list, and not counting the
clubs who did so badly that they did
not turn In cards, beat no less than
Tho following is a corrected list
By Hour or Trip.
Gt C. Beokley, Jr.
Detne'r course not having a bunker
in It o" a blade of grass on the enf
tire llnl.x Is not true. Tho onlj
tltliiB In Denver's favor, not posi
ticked h other clubs, Is the raili
I1 d ah, which unquestionably ei-f
I Mis the plaseis tn sccuio grcatet
('I tnn'u to fiub chot
We get the bulk of this work be
cause of our superior facilities fo
handling it and our reasouabli
prices. We do all kinds of hauling
liov.cver, and ere looking for mor
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
C. C, 49; Stokle C. C, GO; Clarc
mont C. C, Gt; I!ceily C. C, 52;
lllversldo 0. C, 53; Detroit a. C,
G4; Midlothian C.'C, 5G; Chatta
nooga, C. C, 64; Jackson Park' O.
C 64; 'Noiinanillo G. C, 67; Qlen
View Club, 69; Hock Island O. C,
71; St. Pnul C. C, 71; Hperlon 0.
C, 72; Omaha P. C, 72; La Ciosso
C. C, 74; La a range C. C, 77; Ml
nlkahada C. C 78; South Shoro C.
C, 79; Cleveland C. C, 80; West
ward Ho G. C 80; Wheaton G. C,
80; Calumet C,
Focicttly of the National Lc.iguo lint
been appointed to the position held
by Harry Pullinm, who, It will 1 1
remembered, shot himself Inst weel
Tho now president Is a man i
Bleat experience In tho nation
game, and bus been secretary of th
lengue for many years. Ho no douli
will 1111 tho bill sitlsmctoilly.
NEW E0ND RULE.
According to an oidci Issued )ostei
G, 80; IMgewnter itty r,o mtlio TuUial Cotiit, It will
of results, tbo score sheets having
been cheeked by tho editor of tho
Deinei, C.'c. Down, 16; Annan
lulu C. C, 17; Inverncbs Q. C, 22;
Miiiipl.is, 23; Exmoor C. C, 25;
The medal scous of tho wlnnitijr ,0i Angoles C. C, 4.1; Detroit C. C;
tnm cTiimot ho given, us nt u nuni- 45; Owontsla C. C, 47; Euclid C,
bor of holes balls wcro lost oi pick- c, 48; Omaha C. C, 49; Arlington
G. C, 81; Indianapolis C C, 86;
Atlanta C. C 87; Soangetaha C. C,
88; Colorado C. C, 90; Noithland
C, C 91; nine Mound C C 9J;
Windsor C. C, 95; Hinsdale C. C,
97; Little Itock Q. C, 97; Oiliu C.
The eighteen teams behind tho
local one ranged fioiu scores of 9
to 129, bo Honolulu did well nftel
all, and for ono thing Is now on
the map ns legnrds golf,
New Presides tJDi
LOUISVILLE, Aug. 2. John II
.oydlei, socrctary of tho National
Uaseliall League, has been chosen
president to bticceed th late Harry
liurciftci bo liardci fin tlioso who air
unfoitimato uimigh to requho bonis
lor vliilall.ig Teilcral laws to obtain
Tho now ordei cjIIj foi vnolibniuN
ninn to limo In pcisouil or veil pmp
crty valua In the entlio iiinmiiit sp.
Iflcd In tho bond liutcad of peimlttliiN
Unco or four peibons to r. 0 ill
bund whoso inopsit), etc., I.i tliu at,
gicgato uiiioiiuts to the sum icqulicd
It Is roiioilcd In London tint Mini
Kuidlcn will bo mauled to Guorgo W
Young tho Now oik binkci, ns ko
nfliM bis niilnl In London uh tb
legal icqiiliciiicnts can bo fuiniled
formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
'now in charge of L B. KERR &
According to tho abovo cubic, tho CO.'S TAIL0RIN0 DEPARTMENT
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