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BVKNINO BULLETIN, IIONOLOLO, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1909
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BY V. I.
Som: Tennis Notes
And Match Talk
Thoro will lit) komtiiI intcri-HtUiK ten
nis nintchi'H mill toimmnicntH pulled
(ifT tills inotilli, nml InrcmoKl iiinonK
ll:cln will lm I ho return match between
Low; nml Mcl.nimlillii, Iho Cnlirornlu
rliniiiiiloiiR, ami 'Uoo mill Koth, Iho
lociil oxiwrU ut the Kfimo.
Tlio two mnliilmiil il!ijer, nlthoimli
t'urcatcil In Austrnlln fur the DhvIh
tup, nru ciipalilo of putting up a great
Kinno, anil ,as Ihey liavo tintlouhledly
learned n lot about tlio Kiimo In tho
AntlpoiIeK, (leu and Ills partner will
I'nvo to uliow excellent form to do an
v.ell iih they did iiK.ilnxt tliu Conn
I'lnyuiH nt tlio tlnio of their pruvloiiH
Tlieii IionIiU'x the more or letm Intur
Ktatu Kaino nnother mutch will bo
played between MIkh Hall and Mrs.
Coulter. Tlio latter player defeated
Iho Coast expert the other day, hut
there arc many people who think that
MIkh Hull ean do much better agalnm
Mm. Coulter Ihaii hIio did latst week
and consequently nnother match Is
looked forward to with tho greatest
Tho Wnll Cup will conio tip for dis
cussion lu th0 near future and after all
Iho nirii wlio enter for tho event have
plaed ort mid only one remains In tho
event, that lucky Individual will have
the privilege of challenging 13. S. Oeo
the present bolder of tliu cup, for the
Another big tennis cent will bu the
annual Inter-club match between the
Ueretmila mid Pacific clubs. This If
always u flno fought out contest mi I
a big crowd of spectators nlwajs at
tends to watch the play. Tho first
named club has a very rtrotig combin
ation this year and they will make the,
Pacific members sparkle up it they
want to win.
It seems n pity that there Is not
more intor-lslnnd tennlB played: ex
cept for the I'liunciie annual ournh
ment there Is llttlo doing In tho tennis
lino between tho different Islands nml
consequently, although thcio arc noma
rcnlly Btrnng players on tho big Island
mid Kauai, wo seldom or never seo
(hem In ncllon.
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This evening at 8 o'clock thoro will
bo a meeting of tho Hawaii Yacht Club
at, tho llungalow. Much Important bus
iness Is to bu brought up for iIIkcii
elon, and tho principal matter to bo
talked over will bo tho trani-I'aclilo
Tho Hawaii Is thought by Commo-
doio Wilder and many of tho members
of tho club, to havo a better chunco In
ii raco from tliu Coast now, than sho
did In tho event which shu Inst.
For onu thing, tho yacht Is known
now, and tho men who havo been hand
ling her are acquainted with nil her
llttlo trlcVs and manners. In tho
noxt raco tho Hawaii sliould do much
butter, and It would surprlso nobody
If our representative) canio In first in
Iho groat ovent.
Ah this importnnt matter will bo dis
cussed tonight It Is requested that all
Iho Yacht Club inembcrs who posBlbly,
can, put In an appearance.
At last night's meeting of tho soccer
leagiio, which was hold In tho Thlstlu
Club looms, tho greatest enthusiasm
was shown In the prospects of tho
Kaino during tho coming soason.
All tho captains turned In lists of
I Inyors and somo jeally good men
havo put their names down for tho
teams. There nro four teams In tho
leagiio and tho play promises to bo as
good ng has evor been seen In this
city. It Ih hoped that tho fans roll up
to seo th3 games and that sufficient
money Is tnken at tho gales to defray
tho cost of piovidlug uniforms, etc.,
(or tho players.
Tlio first gamo will bo played on De
cember 11, mid nil tho players will bo
In excellent form by that date. Tho
match that was played against tho
Ilrltlsh man-of-war n fow wpnku ni?,
cheated u lot of Interest In soccer and
ninny pooplo who saw tlio game for
Iho first tlnio wero much pleased In It.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You Have Always Bought
"Big" League And
J.A.C. Nine to Play
After all tho talk about a series of
games between tho Senior and Junior
baseball leagues. It has finally been
arranged that .on Sunday, Dcccmbai
12, a scries of seven games will b
rtarted between the St. Unils nine and
the J. A. C. team, which won tho
championship of the Oalm League.
Tho games-should be most Interest
Ing and it will causa n lot or guessliw
as to how tho J. A. C.s will stnek up
against the Saints. Tho latter team
defeated the Diamond Heads In the
last "big" league scries, nod the form
they exhibited then was much better
than that seen at any time lu tho Jim
However, the J. A. C.s havo hardly
been extended in any of their games of
late, and they will certainly put up n
good brand of ball against tho Saints
Although tho Japanese announced u
boycott of tho Athletic Park last Stir,
day, their absonro would not nrr
most people much, as qultn it different
bunch of fans will nttend to sea thu
Saints and J. A. C.thero Is no', n
Japanese on tho team play for th"
championship of O.ihu.
Tho St. Louis lino up Is a very strong
(no as a glance in or tho follow In;
names will prove. The teams will In
I.oule Soarcs. c.; Johnnie Williams
p.; fieorge limns, Hi.; Jlinmlo Wil
liams (captain), 2b.; II. Ilushnell, ,1b.;
Manuel Krcltas, ss.; Harry nrims, If.;
ICn Sue, cf.; Markham or llcniy fill t
llngworth, rf. .
Iho almvo list looks like u good
hunch of players, and It will surprlw
a lot of people If tho Oahu men defcit
them. The' Athletic Park Is a good
ground to play hall on and some cxclt
Ing struggles have ben seen thoro In
the past. Tho first rerles of tho Oahu
I-obrtIo was really good ,ond If thi
samo could bo said of tho second It
would have been -a tine season of lia-tu
"Tliu 8t. Louis-.!. A. C. serloR will bo
good mid will oiico and for all decide
thu vexed question as to whether tho
Ccnlors or Juniors aro tho better pl.iy
ers. n tt
Some Fight Dope
And Talk of Past
Many offers nro being made for Iho
prlvllego of pulling off tho Jeffries-
Jolinmn contest mid somo of !l
would-bo promoters havo offered as
much as Sion.000. That Is n pretlv
big amount but as tho Ilurnt-Johnscn
llttlo affair in Sydney drew a much
larger gate, the promoters should be
on tho safu sldo oven with a f 100,00"
Opinions on tho Coast scoi.l to dif
fer as to tho chances of Jeff guttlnc
thoroughly fit onco again. Jnck Welch
than whom thoro Is not a liefer Judge
of fighters on tho mainland, told Monte
Montgomery of this city, that ho did
not think Jeffries could over & t prop
erly fit again.
If Johnson bents Jeffries the rhpm
plonshlp looks ns If it will romnln In
tho hands of tho colored rare for n
long time to como. Thero Is no sign
of an embryo white champion anv.
whore and Ml Arth appears to hold ev
eryone el so s'afo nt proscnt.
However, good old Jeff will surely
put up a great fight and Mlatah Jol.n
son. who would never havo dreamed
of meeting tho big bollormakor when
Joff was In his, prime, will, let us
hopo, "get his" good nnd onco and for
Tommy Uurns, who Is having a good
tlnio In Australia as a horso ownor and
nil-round sport, Is reported to bo nnx
lous to havo another go at Johnson,
If Tommy has as much sense as ho In
generally credited with ho -n III rest
satisfied that tho big negro Is his mtiB
ter at any old tlmo.
Tho noxt 0110 to Issue a challenge to
tho world will probably bo old Ilob
Kltzslmmons, who Is at present In Syi'
ncy, where ho Is scheduled to fight Hill
Lang for tho championship of An
tralla. It does seem strange to hoj
of Ilob, who twenty years ago cleared
up nil In sight In Knngaroo land, ami
tltnn irnlnn tn Ikn a. , .. .
nuiiuD uimii.iiuii, mice moro naiiiiu;'
with n third rater llko Ijing. OH Fitz
Is getting on lu years now nnd canno:
stand tho strain of training hard. Still
ho will mako Mr. Hill Lang do somu
eal heavy thinking beforo tho contest
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E. 0. HALL & SON,
New Star Boxer
Coming To Front
Prank Klaus, tho Pittsburg fighter.
Is the latcht star to shoot ncross the
fistic llrmamciit, nnd his bntllu re
cently with Hilly Papkc Indicate
that ho Is to be seriously considered
ns a contender for middleweight Illin
ois. Sporting critics or tho Smoky City
have for a long tlnio b-jtn boot ting
Klaus as 11 lomcr, ns the ensy man
ner lu which ho defeated nil tho
second raters who hove been stacked
Hgalnst him convinced them Hint the
)oungster had n lot of class.
The bout with Papkc, which went
to n six-round draw, was the Pitts
burger's first real tilal, or nt least
the first line against n jn:in of siu'l
clent standing to' attract attention.
Tho critics nru 11 unit In dcclarlir;
(lint the Illinois Thunderbolt was n
trcmely fortunate in not Invlng n do
clslon registered against bin: Klaus
forced the fighting from tho "itnrt and
hnd tho Illinois man gjcsln? all
through the first live rounds. It w.-v
only in tho dual round th.U Papkc
made any showing, and .then lile -lit n
barely evened tip for the Iced of Ulr
A victory for Klaim would liavo put
him right In lino for n battle f. r the
middleweight title, and tho faun agree
that his chances wero fnr from belnrt
hurt by tho draw decision.
Since Stanley Kctchel'a advent Inli
tho heavyweight ranks many contend
that ho will never again attempt In
make tho middleweight or 1SK poiindt,
and must forrclt his tltlo, Pnpio or
Sam Langford would naturally succeed
to Kctchel's discarded crown, and
there Is some doubt nbout Uingford be
ing able to get down to weight.
Jimmy flardner recently Issuid a
challengo to any middleweight In lh
world, and thero Is conshlcrnhV i-ilk
of a mitch botwecn him nnd Kim.. It
Boston In the near future.
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WOLOAST TOO GOOD
FOR LEW POWELL
Ad Wolgast. tfiu wonderful lllllo
fighter, deronted Low Powell last
night after twentv rminilu nf fli-Mlifi.
The men boxed In Sail Francisco and
It must havo been n fine battle right
through. Wolgast Is a very light mnu
nnd only scales 122 pounds; ho has
been up against n lot of the regular
111 lu...Hj .... .! .
uo inFiiuii iiH-n mill naH ihhiio gooil.
Wolgast. who comes from Mllwmi.
I:ce, promises to make his town fnm-
ous ror something clso besides malt
extract, and If ns ho claims, lm pin
defeat Abo Attoll for the feather
weight championship, and Pat Nolson
for tho lightweight tnie, ho will do
what no othor man has ever dono, and
that Is to hold both championships at
the ono time.
The new man is a wonder for his
weight nnd shows every promise of
developing Into a real champion of
champions. It Is hard to seo how n
man of his weight can mako so much
headway with men much heavier than
himself, but the fact remains that ho
does It and In good stylo too.
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Commenting uuon the fntnl intur.
les Cadet llyrno sustained In tho
Hnrvard-WcBt Point game. Dr. Kllnt
of Harvard and James J. Joffrlos aro
In perrect harmony. They condemn
tho gamo. '
"football Is a gamo for little bojs
not n pastime for powerful young
men. 1 think my views on the nues-
tl'on of abolishing football at Har
vard are vory plainly stated In my
annual leports while president of the
university." Dr. Charles W. Ullnt.
James .1, Jeffries goes father In
his criticism of football ns a brutal
gnme, and scores tho society folks for
een being willing to attend a grl-
dlton contest. "Iloxlng Is less brutal
than football. In the ring jou've
only one man to fight, on the grldt-
don Its ll.vs.IVl a,,tlie0Jvfcree to
stop 'a bout bftforej M, sinnsii n nmn
nearly out," he said.
SUNDAY, DEC. 5.
1:30 P. M.
U. S. M. C. s. J. A. C.
K. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
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