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t EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. TllimSDAY, Am; 14, 1010. (
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and Defeat Stronp; Pair Tour-
naraent Will Continue for Three
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Lunt night on the Manna tennis
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courts tho first electric light lour -
nument was started up anil live
mutches wero played. Taking It nt -
together, the different matches were
responsible fur some brilliant rallies
at times, unci although soma ludi
crous misses were mndo on account,,, AuK.'31-lloRcy Tournament
of thn nickering i( tho light on olio ' Cricket,
or two occasions, mo play was sal-
Thoro was n good-Blicd crowd
around tho courts, and tho scene
was a very pretty one. Tho lights
and shadows blended well, and tho
slope, accommodated a large number
of enthusiastic tennis fans.'
Tho first match was between Cas-jtt
tlo-Low and II. Dllllnghnm-Ucorga
Watcrhouse. Tho former pair tonic," Yachting
both sots G-4, 0-3 nnd as tho
match was for tho best two out of
lhr.ee. IhaL.'onded tho matter; .
""'Miss "Tonney could not, play last
night, and her plai.o was taken by
Miss fiowoll, who had for n pnrtnor
Nowell, lato of Maul. Their oppo
nents were Miss Paly and V. II.
Ilabbltt, and the Nowcll-Sowell com
bination won out two sets straight;
score, (1-1, 6-3.
Then R. H Uooth and Gray met
Maclntyre nnd AVerthmuller, nnd tho
former pair won easily 6-1, 6-1.
Uooth, (Who lias recovered from his
recent attack of Illness, played well,
and his partner backed him up In
The only match Hint, wont to mora
than two sets straight was tho
fourth, In which llcmonway nnd Ol
son mot and defeated Armstrong nnd
Dowsctt, after losing tho first sot to
four games. In the second set llcm
onway mid his partnor showed great
Improvement, ami captured It to two
games. They also took the third
In the fifth match another two
set engagement took place, and It
ended In C II. Cooke nnd Itlchnrd
Cooko winning from Theodora Hlch
urds and O. C. Hockiis by a scoro of
C-2, (i-4. The winners played In
good form nnd mado some remark
ably goad strokes at times. '
Tho tcpnls was much enjoyed
right through tho evening, and the
iipftlaiiso was unstinted, whonovcr n
good etroke was mado." Night ten
nis has come to stny, and the pres
ent tnurnpient will only bo the sturt
or mo spori. uinar courts win in
stall lights,, and then Indeed will
night be turned Into day. Tho Mn-
noa tournament will contlnuo for
three evenings more, nnd somo very
exciting play should be bcch when
thu soml-lluul and final stages uro
That a glass of beer TASTES BETTER in our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings.
Itvcost something to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular
It's "The Fashion"
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BY V. L. STEVENSON. " -
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tt COMINQ EVENTS. tt
tt Secretaries ntirt. managers (if
tt nthlctlc clubs nro Invited in send
tt In lliu itatisrf of Hny'uvcntH which' tt
tt I hey limy ho Killing up, for In- tt
tt scrtlnn limlur tho above licnil. tt
tt Address nil communications In tt
tt thu Sporting Kdllnr, llullctln. tt
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m April i( uiamnnii maus vs,
tt A. Cs.
tt A ...II IT ftf.t,nn1. .... tl.l..
" !' .liinwi.iio in, ..r.uil.
8 MIMTAHY I.KAflUi:.
tt April 16 Marines vs. Infnntry.
' April lfi-N. O. n'. vb. Cavalry.
tt May 1 Hwa vs. Wnlnl.m.
" ,a 1 Alon vs. WalpnhH.
i" Jul)' international tinmen,
tt ATllt.KTIC I'AIIK.
' April J International Scries.
n Skating Marathon.
tt April 23-frlnccsB Rink.
tt April 24-
May 3 Opening of Benson.
,, Fistic. .
,, ,prll IB McCollnugh
April 10 Y. M. C. A.
I tt Tannl..
ut Hoys' tt
April 14, IB, lC-Nlghf Tourna- tt
tt ment (Manoa Valley.)
April 21 Irwin Cup.
tt May 15 Cooper Cup.
tt Juno S Macfiirlanaliip.- ' '
tt July 6 Sea Wren Hace.
tt Trap 8hootl"Q.
tt April 20. Weekly Cup.
tt Horse Maclnu. I
tt July 4 Inter-Island inert.
tt Trins pacific Yacht Race.
tt July 4 Start from San Krnnclsco,
it World's Championship Fight.
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho J. A, Cs. are determined ,to
win their next gaiiio iigalnst tho
Diamond Heads, nnd consequently
nro going tho right way about suc
ceeding, it Is strict practise for
the bunch nowadays. If the Jap
anese win tho next game, tho series
will bo tied with two games ench,
nnd the fifth and deriding game will
have to bo played. Thn Athletic
Park Is tu good shape now, nnd it
no more rain falls, the big match
will bo played there on Sunday,
As usual, there Is a howl about
prUe-flghtlng from tho bunch that
nunually reads of dozens of deaths
on the football fields, iyid hundreds
of deaths owing to fourth of July!
colourations, and nevor blink an oye.
1'rlieflgtitlng by well-trained nth
lotcs Is as harmless us a Sunday
school "hup struggle." It 'Is tn bo lunging Australasia. England and
hoped that u lot of soft-boiled cus-J America uro the ialr, and as Kng
tnrds nro not allowed to Intorfcro, land owes Australia a visit, It may
with what Is going to bo tho scrap be that tho preliminaries will bo
of centuries. , I playod at Sydney.
On Saturday at thn hoys' Held,; Tho Marines won two skating
the track meet of tho various Hoys' tug-uf-wars last night, and their
Clubs will taka place, ami a good victims wero the Kurt Shatters and
afternoon's sport Is anticipated,
ijNEW NAME NOW ON
WEEKLY SHOOT CUP
B. ODELL WINS OUT
IN TRAP WORK YESTERDAY
Robinson Does Good Work With Oun
Three Men Now Have "Leg
In" for Trophy Spalding Docs
Some Good Work.
Down at tho Kukaako traps yes
terday afternoon the Hawaiian Gun
Club held Its regular cup shoot,
jl ; utiil Dm winner .turned out to bo II.
. II. Odell, whn graKxcd 1 "birds."
..'The hlch wind Hint blew diirlnc-tlio
afternoon Interfered with tti(iBhoot-
lug a lot, mid tin.' Runners did good
work considering everything,
ttl 0,ldl "killed" all his blnU nt
' tho known angle traps, and,account
tt ed for 0 nt tho unknown Leggett
Coll. tt 'rap. Ilo Is shooting In good form
Just now, 'and Is In bo congrntu-
lated on getting his name on the
cup alongside of Harvey and Ilnbo.
who hnvo both won tho trophy twlco.
tt II. II. Hoblnson got second plnra
with' 18' birds, while Harvey, Hobo
tt and Dccrlng all hit 1G oach. Hobo
tt shot In great form In tho prnctlai
tt. preliminary to tho cup shoot. Ilo
ttl knocked over 9 birds out of 10. nnd
tt' beat both Harvey and Spuldlngr.who
".accounted for 8 out of, 10.
i There nro now three men with a
...les'or legs In for tho cup, and tho
.,! trophy promises some good
foro It Is Anally nnnoxed by the
man 'ho manages to win It thrice.
Tho scores for yesterday's shoot fol
N. Iiouo-s-Kiiown angles, g; un
known angles, 8; total, 1G; possi
C. O. Uing Known angles, 7; un
known angles, C; total, 13; possible,
C. V. 0. Dcerlng Known angles,
7: unknown angles, 0; total 1G;
possible, 2. J
II. II. Odoll Known angles, 10;
unknown nnglcs, Or total, IS; possl
11, II. Hoblnson Known nnglos,
11! unknown angles, 7; total, 18;
J, V. Harvey Known nnglcs, !;
unknown angles, 7; total, 10; pae-
So fur Austin, who Is cousldorod
to be olio of tho- best shots In tno
Territory, has dot turned out to any
of tho shoots, but It Is said that
ho miiy take a hand in the sport bo
It Is to bo hoped bo, us
ho would Infuso somo more excite
ment into tho weekly competitions.
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lor this year's DavU Cup tennis
play thu re will bo two nations ch'nl-
the Princess Illuk hunch.
'The Two Jaoks"
nUMU TEAMS ARE
'BHIH BK SBFIEIS
Eolottn Is Pitchinpr in Great Form
and Promise Well for 20th In
fantry. While tho transports were, tu
port thern were two games of baso
ball played out at tho leagitc
grounds, and thu good old Shatters
handed both the Twenty-third In
rnntry and tho Fourteenth Infantry
all they could handle. Tho II rut
game certainly ended In n He score
1-1 but tho Shaffers looked win
ners all over when tlu gaum was
called In order to allow of the sol
dlerH catching their khlp.
Tho other game was plaved )es
terday afternoon, and the Shaffers
won by a score of 2 to 0, This Is
good news to tho fans, who hnvn
always wished the Shaffers the best
of luck lii the military series, nnd
now that Hnlouii Is showing what
ho can do as a twtrlcr, tho rest of
the trams In tho league will have
tu buck up In order tn win.
llnloun pitched Float ball In tho
two games against the transport
teams, and onjy three hits were
made off him In the two inntches!
Tho Shatters should feel a lot bet
ter about things now, nnd It would
surprise no olio very much If tho
Inrhntry won out In tho local mill
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HI PLAV III COUNTRY
OB N APRIL 21
Many Members Have Started Play
Once More Greens Are in Good
Qn Sunday week the Country
Club will be tho scctio of another
golf tournament, whan tho. mednl
piny will bo pulled off. Much 'in
terest 1b being shown In the compe
tition, and the 'members nil intend
having a try for tho honors.
Tho "booster" dinner gnvo tho
Country Club a needed boost, and
many of the members who hud liol
bron up nt the clubhouso for somo
months turned nut and had n good
time. Tho coliscquonco wns that
many engagements to play were
made, and a number of men who
had almost dropped nut of the game
again started In with enthusiasm.
Tho links nr6 looking very wo' I
Just now, and tho professional .has
done rcully .good work with tho
groensT Hvcrj'thliiK n.t tho. club. I
spicuuiu, unu uio rosy imio mucin's
unci dinners thero on Sundays are
much appreciated by tho players.
it n n
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
A. K. Vlcrrn Is trying to mnko ar
rangements for pulling on his tug-of-war
at tho Aloha Park, on llotol
street, opposite tho Kniplrn Theater.
Tho slto would bo n good ono If It
can be Mrilicd, nnd being lu tho
center of ho town, n good rrowd
should be In attondnnee-whcn thu
second stago of tho tournament Is
J. Dubcat, tho Kronch mile run
ner, who won hi hi'iit In the Lon
don' Stadium last May In 4 mlns.
i I-.' secK., but who wns beaten In
the lln.il, has now put In n claim
for ttiu world's record fur the dis
tance, Mnrtiiiko, loft ,floul for Vernon,
got Hip first lilt of tho season, mak
ing an extra base. Tho first run
was scored, by Hughlo Smith of llu
Mis Angeles team In tho third In
Thmo Is sumo talk of bringing off
n prcsB tenuis tournament, and tho
typewriter; pounders pro considering
ways anil, means for getting tho uf
Thero aro'mnny -Moonlight, bath
ing parties nut ovcry evening nt th-j
beach, and the water' Is Just right
tor long wiul lug nnd swimming
Wnlter Carllslo was tho first man
up to bat In tho Coast l.enguu sea
son. Tho llrs't ball, pitched by Na
gle, wag wli(o and high of thn plate,
giving tho batsman "ono ball,"
Perhaps the most Interesting of
tle scries of sclf-doulal meetings so
far ut thu Salvation Army hall will
take pi a co this evening.
The Inline ut Mnnoa Valey for
women and rhlldron will combine'
to form a program of scone, soug nnd
story. j ifi
Tho address will bo given by tho
matron of thu hnmo, mid tho Utile
folks will dn homo prelty exercises,
whlio a tow of tho older girls will
etng. Tho platform will bo special
ly arranged for tho cvoiilng'a onter
talnment, and a very pleasing- and
prolltble occasion Is anticipated.
The public Is Invited, Thero will
be no iidintwloji fee,
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