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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., ritlUAY, Al'n. 22, 1910.
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Walk) On, ,
W. F. HEILBR0N. Proo.
SCHEDULE CF GAMES
S0ARES TO CATCH
FOR P. A. C. TEAM
En Sue and Al May to Play for C. A,
, Cs. Joy to Be Umpiic and Ra
Judging by the way tho O.ilm
Icikuo inombors uctcrt at tho Ilrst;M
intotlng of tho jcar, which was held
,iuni mgni in inn oiuco o aen.norili Oahu LeagtM.
Chllllngworth, there Is going to ho May I O A. C. 's tj S. M. C.i
some keen rlvulry ami good play ilur-i ' A- C. w.'V. A. C.
Ing tho coming Benson. I'rcsldonttil J,1J ! s- ' V " ' A
nitlnll .trnuliln.l nf Mm mnAllltl. n...l
" "'"" ' " "UV"I". """in m.iv ir..
ho allowed tho greatest Intcrcsl
the proceedings. Ills common son no
view or things helpo.l tho rcprcsoiita
then of tho dlrtcicnt teams to arrive
it icsults. I
The. most Importnnt matter was
tho turning down of tho offer of tho
Athletic I'.irk Co. tb sell tho ground-!
to tho league. It was felt that tho
Oahu league, had no chanco of Rot-(tt
ling tho necessary cash together lot: Golf.
buy (he property. On tho figures
produced nt tho meeting It wns'tt Aug 31 Hogey Toiirniinenl
shown thai nf tlin totnl rnrolnts from
tho baseball series last car, CC 2-3
per runt, was taken during tho flint
-fhnlf-tjf-thc-rearorr. Tlio-BccrjiKl halt
of tho series amounted to nothing
hiuch, but Marathon races and other
events made the' returns to tho own
crs a good thing.
Tho mutter of allowing "big"
league- players to join In tho O.ihit
a lot of talk. Tho Por-
tugueso Athletic Club presented a po
tltlonjnskdig that they ho allowed to
play Louis Soarcs ns catcher. Tho
P. A. C, put up u strong plea nnd.
stated that without tho services or
Soarcs they would not stand n
chanco against tho other trams In
tho Icnguo. Tlioy considered thnf It
would ho to tho Interest' of tho
Icnguo to allow Soarcs to play, ns
the public wants to sco good, closo,
exciting gnnics, nnd, besides, Soarcs
had a drawing power or his own, nnd
many fans would go to tho games
to sco him play. '
Tho representative of thu J, A. C.
absolutely opposed tho suggestion
that Sonroa bo allowed to play, nnd
consldorcd that It would only ha tho
thin and of the wedgo and that thn
rules and by-laws of tho Oahu
lenguo did nut nllow of tho chnngo.
Tho matter of suspending tho
standing rules was then put to tho
Vote, nnd a three-quarters majority
Toted In favor of It, Sonrcs wns
therefore allowed tn Join the P. A.
C. team. Then tho C. A. Cs.. asked
that Kn Suo and Amoy two "big"
leaguers bo nllowcd to piny with
the Chlneso Athletics. This was also
agreed to nftcr somo discussion.
Tho matter of n scorer for tho
league wan then brought up, nod
aftor some discussion y. T. Knposo
was appointed to do the work, Har
ney Joy was unanimously elected
umpire for tho season) and ovcry-
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com
fort, good taste, good service, good fellowship.
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or not.
It's "The Fashion"
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tt COMINQ CVCNTG.
tt Bprrrtnrlm -kiiiI iiiau.igi ni of J:
!t athletic! rl.ibs nro Invited t,'i stud :t
!t In Die dales of liny ononis uhlili J!
it I lie) inn) tic getting up for In- t!
II Kcitl'iii under-1)10 ubnu head tt
it AiMii'sn nil coinmutilrilloiiH to It
it llio .Spoiling KdKor, llullutln it
ii Baseball. tl
ATIII.HTC PAIIK tt
tt April 21 -Diamond Ile.id.i s J. tt
A. Ch. ' it
ti April 21 Muliockn vs. Anahln. ii
it MILITARY I.HAOtli:
tt April J3 Mnrluro vm. N (1. II.
Si April 23 Cavalry s. Infantry.
SJ 1M.ANTATION LIJAtlllU.
I II.... 1., .... 11I.I..
Mny ,..Alpn WnIinil.
I . A. l. H.
V. J, Kj.
A (1 vs. I! H. M C ;
vs. J. A. C
it echooj League.
ti A pi 11 in l'litnlii'ii h. 'M I.011U;
it Knms. Vfi. Illglm
IJ 'nj 2--Knmi vs. St. Louis,
ti M ij i Piinahou vs. Illh
t: ATiiLrric iaiik
tt April 23 Intern itlonal Merles.
tt Skating Marathon.
April 23- Princess Itluk.
it April 21 Mcilnt Piny.
tt May 3 Opvl'liK f ..'eason.
tl Track, Meet.
tt April 23 Y !d'rC.'A.
n. It., I a fi
tt April 21 Irwin Cup.
tt Mny 15 Cooper Cup
tt Juno 5 Miirfirlnno Cup.
tt July B Sea Wren Ilaco,
tt 'Trap Shootlr.n.
tt April 27 Wcekl) Cup.
tt. Horse Racing.
tt WAILIIKU. ;
tt July ! Inter-Island mei'l.' tt
tt Trios Piolfic Yacht rtace. tt
tt July 4 -Stsrt front San Kranclsro. tt
tt World's Champlons'ilp Fight. ti
it July 4 James Jcffrlea vu. Jack tt
tt Johnson. - tl
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body seemed glad Hint ho had been
ivinnngor aiurcnniiin was instruct -
ed to Interview tho Athletic l'arklnR0 ,r ,iy wllg wlUl tll0 ..cavo
pcoplo nnd como In an agreement, ,.. nn( ,,, uiowB'Toiiornlly found
with them on 11 fifty per cont. ImMh. clr mirlii wlMo ,1U proV0iJ to j,u ,
In tho evout of thero holng no ngreo-Llll(iVo turKcl fP nnrry to land
IIIUIIl ClflllU ( IIIU IlltlllllhUI " s
thorlzed to sco other ground people
about securing a diamond.
Tho season will open with n pa
rndo on Mny 1, and all tho tennis will
march In it. Tho Hawaiian baud
will head tho crowd, and tho pa
rade will nsscmhln nt tho cornor of
King and Knit streets. Tho second
series scJiedulo wns not mado up, as
tho visit of U10 Wasedns would mnka
It necessary to postpono nny games
that might bo duo at tho tlmo of
Tho following Is thn schedule of
games for tho first sorlcs:
"May I C. A. C. . U. 8. M. C; J.
A. C. vs. P, A, C.
May 8 U, 8. M. C. vs. J. A. C; P,
A. C. vb. C. A, C.
May J 5 P, A. C. s, U. 8. M. C !
! UNGFORD BEATS
COLORED MAN IS TOO
STRONfJ FOR HA0LE
Sixteen Rounds of Fierce Fighting
in Which White Man Dels Bad
Doinj; Up Langford Too Clever
1.03 ANOCLKS, Apr. 1 1, In n
lultlo which demonstrated uncw tho
near perfection of Sam Langford of
Hindoo as a luiiiuni lighting machtno
anil added to tho reputation nf Jim
ll.irrj of CbUugo oiuy 11 tributo to
gauiencss ni.d siblllty to withstand
punlnhmout, tho "lloslon demon"
tent his white uutngoiilst to tjio nut
for tho filial count In the sixteenth
iimiid ut tho Vernon arena toil,i.
It wiiH.n vlelous go from start to
llutsh, with tho negro well ,ln tho
lend ntter tho first half n dozen
rounds. From tho tenth. In which
tt H.ury hud been twlco knocked down
it for the count of nlno, until tho six
tl teeuth, when a straight left to the
tt chin endei( the rnmhni, It was little,
tt less than n slaughter. Langford
ti lauded upon his man almost nt will,
" and vl lory for him by tho knockout
" mule, appeared to be only n matter
.,1 Harry surprised tho rlngsldo crowd
I with tho strength ho dlsplajcd, do
j splto tho terrific bombardment, nnd
tt 11 rally In tho fifteenth inspired his
tt linc'.ieiH with tho hopo thnt he would
tt ct outlast tho ulllmato winner
ttlLanglord had tried hard tor a knock-
tt out In tho tenth and nsaln In tho
fifteenth to win tho money wagered
on those rounds, hut failed,
While tho men did nut weigh In
before entering the ring, It was said
that n dlffereiao In weight or thlrt)
pounds favored tho whlto flghtor.
Itiny's weight was given us IOC and
thnt of l..i'i;rord nt lClt. In the
clinches tho whlto mail showed far
Ihn strnncpi of tho two. hclnc cult
, ....,. ,1V .... rforco g0Voial tlniej
I rnr np,i.i.. thmwlnir Litncfnril to tho
,,, , hitting power the ndvan
I II IIOI1
Tho two gladiators went nt mm
another Uclously at tho hound of tho
gong calling them to the confer for
the first round, Near tho finish of
this period Langford almost dropped
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C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
May 22 J. A. C. vs. P. A. 0.; C.
A. C- vs. U. 8,. M. C.
May 29 P. A. C. vs. C. A. 0,; 11.
8. M. O. vs. J. A. C.
Juno C J. A. C. vs. C. A. C; J. A,
C. vs. U, S. M. C.
Juno 12 U. 8. M. C. vs. C. A. C.
J. A. C. vs.' P. A. C.
Juno IS P. A. C. a. U. 8. M. C :
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C
Juno 20 I. A. C. vs. U. B. M. C.i
P. A. C. vh, C. A. C.
'The Two Jacks
Harry with a' right uppercut.
Thcro was slamliang fighting at
close rnngo In tho second, and both
meu woro bleeding at tho mouth
when they went to their corners.
In n clinch near the end ut tho
third iniind lljfrry nlnunt throw
Langfoid through the ropes. Tho
black man pretended grogglncss nu'l
hung lo tho ropes, hut Harry refused
to ho lured Into ruining In nnd wallc
cd to his corner.
In the tenth the negio executed n
loop in ring tndlis. (letting Harry
nctr the topes ho suddenly oxerled
till his strength and threw tho whlto
man against them; then, mlchlng
hlni on the rebound, landed u ter
rihu swing fliiBh tin the Jaw. Harry
dropped for tho lount of nine. Ilo
rnughl hack viciously until Just nt
tho close of the round, when U-lng'
ford repeated tho trick. Harry again
ulajcil down tho full limit nnd nros'o
very groggy, hut tho hell saved him.
Harry came up surprisingly stronri
In tho eleventh, nnd In a fierce on
slaught hurled Langford backward
through tho ropes. Near tho closo
of thu twelfth Lnngford once moro
threw Harry ngnlnsl tho ropes nnd
caught him on the rebound for a
Kiioi kdown. Again tho bell seeming-
ly. saved tho Chl:aguau.
Aflor that tlmo Is was only n quo
lion of how long tho wlilla gladiator
could enduro tho demons" on
slaughts. UN left -eje, which had
been cut open early In tho fight, was
almost closed; his checks were purr
ed nnd blood flowed In n stream
from his noso nnd mouth.
tic throw t notion to tho winds
nnd attempted to exchange blow for
blow. Tho Inst four periods wcro
marked by 11 bik cession of slugging
matches, with Utngford doing most
of tho execution, though Harry often
forced the fighting nnd rushed tho
black man to tho ropes again and
again. 11 was timing one of these,
hard rallies In tho sixteenth round
that the Hostonlan caught his al
most 'exhausted opponent with u
straight left to tho chin that ended
In tho prellinlnarlct Young Itlvcru
nf Los Angeles earned the decision
tuer lied Corhclt of Snn Diego nt tho
end of ten rounds. They fought nt
122 iiouhdi. Al lingers of Los An
geles nnd Morrlo HI00111 of Chicago
boxed ten rounds nt 13C pounds, nnd
the Chlcngoju won n h.itrlliia vcr
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Yacht Fund Will Get Boost From
Show r lnl J Piy in
Next Tuesday night tho Hawaii
Yacht Fund wi . get a boost from
tho proceeds of tho Kmplro Theater
amateur night, and tho nudlencowlll
luno the tlmo of tholr lives. A flno
program has been arranged, unit
somo of the best tntcut In tho city
will perform. Tho list of patronesses
Is n )ng one, nnd tho event will bo
a real nutlet) 0110, A charge of SI
Is made for I'm tickets, nnd It la cer
tain that "vrrjbody who tnkei nn
Interest in thn fact thnt tho trans
Pnelflc lino Is to ndvcrllso Hawaii,
will buy the necessary pass to tho
Twont)-flvo hundred dollars Is tho
sum needed to Ilium. e tho Hawaii for
thp race, and "overy little bit helps,
tin the song rajs. Manager Ovcrond
of tho Kmplro has turned over tho
theater without nny cost tn the rluh,
nnd with n packed house tho jacht
fund should bo helped a lot.
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The boxing show nt tho Orplieiint
should bo a good ono, and Jack Mc
Knddoii, who Is managing tho busi
ness, expects n crowded house. Tho
funs nro ready tn see somo more
scrapping, and tho go between Mc
Collough nod Wahllnul Is looked for
ward to with delight. Sarronl nnd
"Young Cans" will provide another
good bout, nnd for six rounds they
will battle It out. Richards and lloio
.110 another couple of pugs who will
also mix It at Mrl'ndden'a show, and
iHe evening piomlses to bo n (icaut
All Odd Follows and Iipbekahs and
their families are Invited to bo pres
ent at a Social nnd Danco to bo given
nt tho Odd Follows' Uulldlug, I'urt
street, Friday ovenlng, April 22,
1910, at 7;a0 o'cltxk,
Also to,n IIASKKT PICNIC nt Kn
plolaul Park, Saturday, April 23,
1910, from 10 a, m. to a p. 111.
Como and bring tho children.
Per order of
The Kaplolanl Park Ileach Itesort
has been Bot astdo fur tho oxclusUo
use of the Independent Order of Odd
Fellows on tho 23rd day of April,
1910, from 9 n, 111. to C p. in. 011 that
IIONUY K. COOPEU,
Secretary," Honolulu Park Commission,
Hawaiian Opera House a
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Singcn and Dancers
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Musical Comedy Artists '
10, 15, 20 nnd 25 Cents
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Vaudeville chances, Monday and
Motion-Picture changes, Monday,
Wednesday nnd Friday,
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