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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, NOV. S, 1009.
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Beat Lo:al Men
Yesterday nftcrnoon on the llere
t.inln tt'imls courts there was a most
Intel estlng match between (Jeo nnd
Johnson representing Mnnlla, and
Until and Low, whu pkijed for Ho
nolulu. Tin eo n?ts wcro played, and tho
Pali- from the Orient won them nil,
.s-C, S-fi, 0-3. The piny" all around
na ngood, and sonio of tho inlljtt
were kept up for five nnd six strokes.
(Julte u number of people got
wind of the fact that the match was
tnmlng off, and consequently thero
was n gathering of loin! locrs of
the game present on the club houso
It was expected that Itaymond
Sheldon, the crack plaer of'Manlln,
would conio on the Logan and bo
mailable to play with Oolinson
against tho local pair, Geo nnd Iloth,
but when tho transport docked It
was found Hint Sheldon was not on
board. A match, therefor, was at
oiuo arranged between tho pnlra
above mentioned, and us Oec was
formcily n Manila man. tho match
assumed u championship look.
Johnson Is n line plnjcr; his fore
hand dho Is good and his volleying"
clean and num. nut ins uesi sirouu
Is his back-hand one; tho pace, ho
gets on the ball nnd tho cut ho puts
on It Is wonderful. Time and time
again, when ho appeared to bo ab
solutely beaten by the ball, ho
would mnKc his back-hand stroke
and nut only get the ball back, but
make a winning stroke of It. John
son's serve Is nlto good, nnd ho var
ies his pa co n lot and Bhows head
work in tho way he mixes things
In the first net yesterday the play
was fairly even all around, nnd the
spectatois were worked up to n
btnte of enthusiasm. Tho set went
two all, threo all, four all, flvo all
and six nil; then Johnson and (Jeo,
plnjlng In tl ptop form, captured
the next two games of tho vantago
set and won, 8-0.
Tho second set was a peculiar one
nnd nt tho start Gee and Johnson
did not Becm able to got going prop
erly. Tho Honolulu pair had three
games to their opponents' nil before
tho latter pair took a braco and
scored a gnmo. Then Roth nnd Low
added one more gnmo to their tally,
nnd the stme stood at 4-1 In favor
The locnl fans began to luok
pleated with one another, and tho
prospects of the local men pulling
off tho bciond set and evening up
things looked good.
(lee nnd Johnson then began to
foxc tho play n lot, ami, aided by
mistakes of butli Roth and Low,
slowly but suiely ciept up on the
Honolulu pair. The latter couplo
did not seo mablo to get another
g.une, nnd Low, who was iluylng
close to tho net, was beaten by nlco
lobs over his head frequently.
Roth would dash acioss and get
fcouie of the lobs back, but in doing
so would leavo too much court ox
posed, and tho other slda would
Whllo the Manila men wcro scor
ing flvo games the local men a'dded
but too, nnd muilo It six nil. Then
Geo and his partner touk two games
in succesblon nnd tho set went to
Tho thlid bet was nn easy victory
ror tho .Manila pair, and they won
It to thieo games. Tho play of
Joluihon was excellent, nnd ho bliow
id that although ho had not plnjcd
any tennis for bonio time, ho Is a
good man nt tho game. Geo nlso
bhnwed up well und mndo some flno
stiokes which weio upphiuded by
j tho specltitois,
Tho Honolulu pair were both left
hnnilors, uml It becms ns If Iloth
would hae dono better with n right
handed partner. Low played some
'lino cioss court shots, but, nt times,
was too eager to scoio and knocked
u lot of balls out.
j The nftci noon's, spoit wns much
cujojeti by ovcryoiio, und, although
I tho local men woio defeated, It was
louly aftor ii Jmo exhibition of tonnls
, nnd sonio real hard win It.
I Ono Incident of tho ninteh must
,not bo forgotten; In tho becond sot1
Will Until returned a ball veiy slnw-i
ly and with u big cut nu It, and
mo wiiiu, cntciiing tin, Bpiicie,
in lipped it Just over the net. John-
i run mndo n dash tii get the ball, but
-after dancing on his side of tho
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IRunncts Are All
Ready For Race
Out nt th Leaguo grounds yester
ilnv nfternonii there were a number
! ... t..H..1 iimnnra nt uniL. 1111(1
Ul .WlllillllUll .....v.d .v ..v.... ...,-
tba form b'kiwii by some of them
was most cm client. D.il Klihy, who
Is being locked nftcr by Prof, lloli
ltuss, Ih running splendidly, nnd It
tho rnco Is pulled off with only the
ordinary atmosphere being swllgged
by the men the lung-legged ono
should near. win.
Knhy cut "lie twenty-ono miles In
tho inornlim, nnd would hnve dono
the full Mni.ithon distance only that
the profes-or wanted to get down
town fur mmo breakfast.
In the afternoon Fnhy ran ten
miles In ( cellcnt time, and, taking
It nltogotlur, did n fine dns work.
It oss U toiiflilcnt Ills mail will mnko
tho rest id tho bunch keep up a good
luce rlgh' through tho race or olso
be left behind.
Antone Knoo, tho Wnlalua horse,
was nlfo nut on tho track, and he
rattled off fifteen miles nt rt good
even clip Tho old fellow Is In fine
shape, and will run a great race.
If Knoo should win, the victory will
be a von popular one with tho gen
Tho Japanese section of tho pub
lic Is once more backing their ropro
Bentatho heavily. lie Is hotter now
than ci rr he was, nnd hns run the
full Mni.ithon dlstnnco several times
Tsiikamoto must bo given n
chance In tho race It all tho dopo
that Is being lot out nbout him Is
correct. He Is said to have covered
the 26 miles In wonderful timet ana
Is confident thnl ho can win; his
supporters mo sine they aro going
to recour the yon they lost on their
man nt the Athletic park, and with
good Intel cat, too.
Hayes Is training moio or less on
the quiet, nnd, although he Is said
to be running well, nothing very
definite Is known about him. How
ever, It ho Is nnythlng llko tho
form he was when he ran In tho
Hi st Marathon nt the League,
grounds, he should go close to win
ning next Sunday.
The next of the runners, Includ
ing Oxy Jack, nio doing their regu
lar work and thilvlng on It fiom nil
accounts. The race. ptumlHcs to bo
a ically good one, and, ns the Jap
anese aro bilking their man, thero
will, no doubt, be n big crowd nt
tho giouuds to seo tho event.
Whllo the runners wcro footing
It nioiind tho track jesterduy, tho
trnlneis nnd managers had a gnmo
of hnseh.ill. Illchaid Cullen, of
fistic fame, was there also, and the
play was n tient to look at. I'rofcs
fcor Itohs tried to niako n homo run
on n bunt ami never i cached fust.
Will 1'ieatlgo did tho twirling, nnd
now and again got ono over tho
(uurt, It How Into tho Honolulu sldn
of the netjjeforo Johnson could even
touch It. On grass courts this has
been been before, but on nsphnlt or
cinder couits It certainly Is not fre
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FRENCH LAUNDRY, J. Abadie, Prop.
plale. The spectators were laugh
ing themselves slrk, hut thq bunch
kept on and handed out the real
thing In baseball.
u a n
Course Of Yacht
Tonight nt 10 o'clock the ynchflla
wnll will leavo for Kcena Point, where
the will anchor nnd net as stake boat
for tho package raco which Is to bo
sailed from Honolulu haibor and back
It was at first Intended to have tho
package rnco from Honolulu harbor tn
Kacna Point and then to tho Club
Iiouro nt Pearl Harbor. However, tho
coiireo has been chnnged, and the
yachts will novo to reach the Hawaii,
(get their package, nnd then Bull back
tn town und deliver tho start to the
judge, whu will bo waiting nu tho Ilea
hull cl i houso float,
Tho ch.Vgo In the court-o was mndo
on account of the fnct that all tho
yachts will have to return to town af
ter tho raco anyhow, nnd It wns
thought better to have the finish In tho
Tho rnco will start from the foot of
Kort street at 5 o'clock tomorrow af
ternoon, nnd It Is expected that tho
Glndys, Charlotte C, Knmehnmclin and
Knpotcl will enter for the event.
Much Interest Is being taken In tho
package rnco and all tho yachting fra
ternity nro keen on tho cruise. Tho
wind Is favorable. for n smart run down
to Knena Point, nnd the rnco may bo
pan befero 11 o'clock In tho morning,
n It 8
Punahou To Play
Tomorrow nftcrnoon nt Alexnndcr
Field the much tnlked-of football
match between the High School nnd
Onhu College will conio off. This will
bo tho third gnmo In tho lnterscholnst
Is scries. In tho first, tho Highs wcro
defeated by a scoro of C to S, nnd then
last Saturday tho Oaluuins bent tho
Ilnwall eleven by n big margin.
However, although the gnmo seems
ns If It should go to Puliation, thero
Is no telling whnt may happen nnd
football, IlkG baseball, Is capablo of
causing big surprises.
IJoth teams have been working hard
nnd nro trained to tho minute; the
clnss of football they play tomorrow
fchould bo really good and tho spectat
ors will be treated to n fine afternoon's
sport. The lineups of tho teams will
be about tho samo as before nnd they
cannot bo much Improved on.
tt tt tt
There will bo a meeting of the ex
ccutivo committee of the Honolulu
soccer lenguo this evening nt tho Scot
tlsh Thlstlo Club. Tho secretary of
the club has sent out the following of
ficial notice: "Tho secretary of tho
Hawaiian Association Football League
urgently requests those tennis who In
tend entering this season's competi
tion to hand tho iinmes of their cnn
tain nnd secretary to him without de
lay, or, falling that, that each team
huvo two representatives present nt a
meeting of tho executive committee of
tho above-named association to be held
In tho Scottish Thlstlo Club room,
Young Hotel, on Friday, November Ii,
nt 8 o'clock, ns It Is Intended nt said
meeting to draw up a schedule of
mutches for tho coming censon."
Archlo Robertson hns given n prlzo
for tho boa wien raco on Sunday next;
tho genial llsheiman has put up half a
gallon of paint Tor tho winner. Tho
skipper of tho first boat to cross tho
winning lino will hnvo tho cholco of n
pair of yachting shoes or tho can of
Nothing fresh In tho Ciillcn-Rellly
leturn fight has been inpnllnnn.i
urouml tho Dowery. Both tho men nro
willing to Bcrnp but want to seo mme
money In sight beforo signing up.
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, NOVEMBER 9.
SEATS ARE ON SALE AT BERGSTROM MUSIC STORE.
PRICES $1.00. 75, 50. 25 Cents
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
1:30 I. M.
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Three Niehts of the Week
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Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
Card Party and
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At Odd Fellows' Hall Tuesday Eve
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Visiting Odd Fellows Invited.
NEW DANCE HALL.
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