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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., .TUESDAY. SEPT. 28, 1909.
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9 P O
BY V. I. 8TEVWTI0H,
FINE PR0PRAM OF .,
ALOHA PARK WILL B0EEED TOHIQHT WITH' THREE FIRST
' ' CLASS C0HTEST8-HALEE REILLY WILL BOX TEN ROUNDS
WITH McKARLEY- OF.'tBE U. S. S. TENNESSEE.
This evening nt the 'Aloha Park
tho curtain will be rnlBed on the
Ilm or the boxing matchei 'arranged
In honor of the itay of the fleet in
Fred Smith hai been hard at work
arranging matches and getting
things In order (or the opening of
the tournament. A One 24 foot rlng.pion can win, and they are willing
tins been erected, und the electric and anlxous to risk the price of ' a
lights have been fixed so that a good new hat or something more expen
view of the contests may be obtained. Uve on the chances ot their man
Some 1,300 seats are available, i witmlns;. The Jackson brigade have
and then thore is standing spice as n'ot KUd much, but probably a few
well. me Place is cool ana
fortnble and the cigars and pipes or
the spectators will not In any way
Interfere with the comfort of the
The only possible thing that might
Intel fere with the comfort of the blgi
mullein e that Is sure to turu up ls
lfi fact that rain may tall tonight.)
iiiiwmHr. mi urn buiiuii uiiu luiiun-,
'r il,n cm. nr. h'uriH at work'
prnylng fol fine weather, and no
.in.ii.i tl. i. llin-utunlnr rnln will hold
off till ufter the boxing matches are
A dressing room has been erected
lb' one rorncr of the park, and the
young athletes can don their tight'
Inx togs in comfort before they en
ter the ring to do their stunts. .
There will be three bouts tonight,
and all of them promise to be goou
ones; tho one between Charlie" Rellly
and McKarley of the Tennessee
should be a whirlwind go from the
first tan ot the gongnnd. It would
mirprlse nobody1 very much U the
sailor got the decision. "
Ilellly Is In pretty good form, but
nothing like he was when he boxed
Franklc Smith some months ago.
However, 'Charlie knows his' own
business and Is so clever with .the
mitts that he should beable to take
the sailor's scalp Into camp. '
Then the bout between Harry
Sclioll, U. S. S.' California, and Kid
Nelson of Honolulu should be a
sharp, brisk and short affalf. Doth
the little fellows weigh about 10C
pounds, and the sailor has some
good performances behind him,
The third contest will be between
Kid Terry and McDonald ot the U.
S. S. Tennessee. The former boxer
Is well known to the fight, ton ot
this city, nnd his last go against Bar-
con I at the Star Theater will not.be
forgotten In a hurry.
A referee has been selected, and
his duty will be no sinecure,, as tho
bouts should all be' .closely fought
out. Tonight's program will be .for
the little fellows, but the middle
weights will be catered for tomorrW
evening and during the balancerof
Other matches have already been
arranged, and tomorrow night the
following contests Will take place:
8arconl vs. Larou, U. 8. S. West Vir
ginia; Lawson, u. B. s. Washington,
vs. Muggins, U. 8. B, Washington
Uurnam. U. 3. 8. West' Virginia, iva.
George Nelson, All 'the bouts will
he for ten rounds, 'and good purses
will be provided for the winners.!
'Fred 8mlth has had. a number, ot
offers from boxers, u wrestlers and
pther athletes, and He will have t no
trouble In providing good program!
for every night during Jhet bala ice
of the time the fleet Is here.
Marathon Race V
. Next Sunday
Interest In the Marathon r ce
which Is to 'be run next Baturdajg at
tho Athletic Park 16 rapidly tncreas
Ing.and from present Indications
there will be a huge crowd present I
when the'Btarter fires the gun a aft,
slgnnl for the men to break away) on
their long Journey, t
Juckson, as usual, states that he
la lit and well, and that be will (de
feat Tsukamoto for certain. The
double Marathon winner Is In strict
.training, and has done some fast
times over distances up to twelve
miles. He saya that he wilt run as
well as he did In the League ground
aiaruiuon. ne win nave to do as
well as that, and a bit better, to de
feat the Illlo chumplon
Tsukumoto Is running In his us
ual easy nt)le, und there Is no doubt
(lint the man Is a wonderful
who can cover the ground in very
iijuitk Inline. Ho seems to glide
along, and running does not seem
to be any effort to him.
If both men are well on the day
of the' race remarkable time should
be made over the distance, and the
record put up at the League grounds
may be beaten.
The Japanese supiiorters ot Tsuka-
mofo are confident that their chaw
com-'cKril w oe at rtake on gunatty
wnen (ne- two nlen lt-p onto ,ne
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Wins Once More
Yesterday afternoon the West Vr,
Kima nine again snowea now goua
they are at the national game by
uereaung une rennsyivunia uunpn
by a score of 2 to 0.
The game wasooe of the Hong
kong cup Series 'and was' played on
the League grounds. lly the win
yestorday the West Virginians have
earned the right to 'pity the Colo
rado .nine for the 'final as regards .the
The W.-V.s made one tun In the
first, and, then one In the sixth; that
was all )be scoring dope du'rng the
game. "Snakes", 8cb,aeffer pitched
for the. Virginians, and, as usql,
did good Work; He struck out ten
men and wss well backed up by Mon
roe, nis caicner. f -i ,
Mctllnn and Monroe did the scor
ing for the -W. V.s, and the former1!
run was the result of a good bltjot
play,' - . '
tThe Pennsylvania nine consisted
of a bunch of which no less than
five players' names began with W.
Their flrstbaaeman, Wlllets, account
ed for 17 men and played good bfll.
Tho oflllcnl score was a follows:
WK8T .VIRGINIA. '
i. , l.l 8 4 ? 6,7 8 9,
Runs ,. ... i .1 0 O 0 0 1 0 ,0 0 X
Uase hits ..212 1 V 1 2 0 09
' PBNN8YLVANIA. ,
Run .'.0 0.0 00 0 0 0 Ot-0
Base,' hits ..0 1 9.0 1 0 1 0 03
Bulletin Team I
Beati Pauoa Nine
In an exciting game' ot baitebaH
that was played on Bundky the B'u 1
I e 1 1 n pine defeated the PfWoa;
team by a" score of 13 to 9. ' "fhe
game was remaraanie tor tne cjass
or rooting put up by the boys ana
the brand ot ball that the Uullje
tln boys' played. T '
Kuroda. who Ditched for the win
ners, did good work, only glvlni a
free pass to one .and striking mt
sixteen.,! Sljva on. first also, pla ed
a good game, anor one! catch lhat he
brought off wis abeaUty.
The Hulljetin nine pled up
S In their second Inning, three-In the
fourth', three In the eighth and two
In the ninth.. ' -.The' other' bunch
made, qn In the first,, twpt Iri the
second ihd no 'les than six In 'the
lucky'seventl)', . '.The Bulletin
line-up. was aa follows: O, Roa, c;
Bam Kuroda, i; Louis 8llva,lb; M,
Cuvalhoilb; ;Ah Abaw,' 3b; P ng
Konr. 'A Jlkll.t rt- I. Vlnrnl!
If; D..Box.-cf.M - ,
Oeorge Itosk'made a home tuo
dA) Kuroda a tbree-bagger: the
nttter wgi the star turn ot the c ay,
. 1" ' ,
v, HM.S. Bedford
As soon as II, M, B., Bedford arrive
In port a representatlvo of tlie., Hono
lulu Cricket Club will callon'the bffl.
cers and endeavor to arrange lor a
match with Ibesallors' j
It will be remembered (hat when
the Flora and' Cambrian the sister
ships Were herb, a few I months
ago, a couple of cricket 'matches
were played with the combined War
ships. A most enjoyable time was
had by the 'offWers. and.1 'besides
'cricket, they were Invited to nil the
Kolf auditpnnli clubs. i f
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, OCT. 1 AND 2
" JOLLY TARS "
BENEFII OF ASSOCIATED CHARITIES.
New Songs and Comedy Aots
DIRECT FROM THE STATES. TICKETS ON SALi: AT
Bergstrom Music Co.
, -Tho Ilcdford Is sure to number j
some good cricketers and tennis
plnyerH in her compliment of offl-
cers, and It Is to be hoped that the
residents ot Honolulu try mid glo
the Shrlners as good n time as tho
American sailors had In ilrltlMi ports I
during the cruise of the Atlantic
. The II. C. C. can put a fairly good ,
team Into the fle,ld now, und the
sailors would huo to be pretty good
(o beat the landsmen, Still any
such match would be an interesting
one, and It would nlso gle the Ho-J
nolulu people a chance of meeting
the flrltlsh officers and extending in-.
vltatlons to them during their stay
Ldgue Ground Ball
Games on Saturday
Thero will bo two flno games or ball
at tho Leaciln crnnmlii im Hninnlif
next when tho N. O. II. will play the
West Virginia nine and thu Diamond
Heads will go up ugalnst the U. S. 8.'
These two ganres Mill bo ubom ilm
nest that will be played In Honolulu
during the Btay of the Heel, and the
class of ball put up should remind one
of the "big" games of tho past.
Htnr.a nml Vvllllnmu will Im il.,i I. .t.
tory for tho Ouards, and tho W. Vs. I
will bo up ugalnst tho real thing uhunl
they walk up to'bat. Sclmeffor and
Monroo will uttock for tho Virginians,
and enough has been seen of their
play to know that they are a stimiK
combination. to go up against.
For the Diamond Heads, in their
struggle with tho Washlngtons, Ia-sIIi-
and Wlnno will do their best to foul
m IS,; e . . L", Kcr"1n''"
vlll IIVIU un u III OS. Ill 11 IB UIUUI mil'.
Tlio sjiectators nlio saw tho gamo
between thcW. Vs. und the Dlamnnd'
Heads on Baturduy last know whatl
sdrt Of a game tho sailors play, and
Bergeant Barry's bojs will hao to bo
In the best of form to have a show
with "8nakes" and Co , Ltd.
However the (luanls hao returned
from Camp Peny shoot and tho team
will now be a strong one. Barry will
be on dock and ready to advise, bis
beauts If any knotty point comes up.
Tho Washington nino is a good one.
too, and Harris and Rice, their bat
tery. Is an excellent combination. The
pitcher and catcher work splendidly to
gether, and whatever ball the catcher
calls for Iri always handed out by tlio
twrler without any attempt. at a
shake of the head. Tlicro should bo
a big' crowd at the league grounds on
Saturday, and tho games are sura to
bo very keenly contested, as tho West
Virginia and Washington nines aro
about the best In the Fleet.
at n n
The skating race at the Princess
rink last night was won by Mead.
His opponent, Qarnett, slipped at
the stnrt and lost a lot ot ground.
Mead cut out(the mile In 3 minutes
1 Second. ' '
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
i ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
U AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
WILL BE A SURPRISE TO YOU.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Music by Kawaihau Qlee Club.
$1.00. 75c. 50c arm 25c
,Vo,Mno of Kilauca
Visit of Atlantic Fleet
Honolulu Fire Dept.
And Many 0ther ScenM f 0reat
Local and General Interest,
Admission 10c, 15c and. 25c
The, Home of Vaudeville.
J. C. Cohen Proprietor
Of (he KinKs of Musical Comedy
Wise & Milton.
Ant) rnmnmiv nf Sinmm tlfliifr 3
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and Musical Artists.
,.10, 20. SO cents
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Qpen Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5' j
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO lO.JO
Fxhibitinn nf M
Fancy Skating J
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World,
ofli tows :obi NOISSIHdV
Fort Street, Below Beretania.
SUNDAY, OCT. 3.
MARATHON 2 P. M.
.75c, 50c and 25c '
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