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EVENING DULI,ETIN, HONOLULU., T. II., THUUSOAY, MAY 5, 1010.
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WALL CUP PLAY IS
MRS. COULTER AND WALL
ARE TO FINISH TODAY
Lady Champion Took One Set From
Han uaptain low in ureat
Form More Games Today, and
Close Finishes Expected.
Once more the Wall Cup series I.
attractlue the Interest of all lovers
of tenuis, ai.it the Ileretanlu courts
are surrounded by a big crowd of en
thusiasts, as In the past tourna
ments. Yesterday afternoon three
matches were completed, and part of
several others plnjcd. Mrs. Coulter
made her debut us a competitor
against men ptajers, and she man
aged to take one set of the two plaj
ed against W. A. Wall. The first
set went to the man, who took It
SO; the second set, however, was
won by Mrs. Coulter, C 4. The third
and deciding set will be played this
ufternoon and an exciting struggle
The first match played was be
tween Captain Low and II. A. Cooke,
and although the captain lost the
first set to one game, he quickly
settled down to play real tennis, and
thesjgpDd sst jwentjo. hlm.-i 8-6., The
'(tiUoset was closely contested up
till three-all, when Iaw forged
ahead and took the set without his
opponent Increasing his tally. The
final icoro was 1-0, 8-0, C-3, and It
will be teen that although Iow won
two sets out of three, the total num
ber o'i games won by each man was
the same, viz, IS each.
The second match wos that be
tween T. Richards and C. O. Durkus,
and the former, after losing the first
set to four games, played a greatly
Improved game In the succeeding
two sets and took them C-l, C-l.
Then the third match of the aft
ernoon came up for discussion, and
It was decided In two sets straight
by O. U. Korster being defeated by
II. 3. Orny, 0-3, 6-3. There went
some good rallies In this match, and
the sets wore aloser thnn the scare
An unfinished match wus Hint be
tween J. A. Hlchards and K. S.
lllarues. The first set went to Hlch-
names. Tiie nrst set went to uicn-
ards. 0-2. and he had two games In
ii.. ,.,.,,h ,!,.,, .infb,,. ..,.i nn
a ... ii..' mnioi. i, u,in i.. ,..
sinned and finished this afternoon.
Another match that had to bo
nhnnrin....! . ii.nt between u ll.
llonlh and Wnrren nnd It had cone
to five-all In the first set, when play
bad to be called on account of the
ThU afternoon Mrs. Coulter and
Wall will (Inli)i their match, as will
the other players who have not yet
done so. Carter and Clark will also
play their match, and then the other
games, as far as possible, will be
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The grammar school baseball
league will start up on Friday, and
Judging from the form shown by the
lads, some good ball will be played.
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"
Hotel near Hort
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filial .-... iseaw. rii ju
it COMING EVCNT8. tt
MiLiTMtv trnun. tt
tt Baseball. tt
May 7--N. II. H v Shatters; u
tt Marines vh. Hospital Co.
tt May 8 Cavalry' vs. Kort Ilugcr,
XI I'l ANTATION I.k-aiIIIK
tt May 8 Walalua va. Walanao.
u Am) k Aica h Ko.
tt July International Games.
tt ATHLETIC PAUK. tt
tt Oahu League. tt
tt May 8 V. 8. M. C. vs .1. A. C.: tt
tt I'. A. Cv vs. C. A C. tt
tt May 1G PSA. C. vs. U 3. M. C; tt
A. C. vs. J. A. C.
J J 7KmVm Punaimus
tt May 781. UiiI.,vh llle.li.
tt Grammar Schools.
tt Mny 6 Punahou . Central;
tt Kaahtimanu vs. St. Louis.
tt Mny 10 Training vs. Central; M'ht ,,oot Harvej won out, and then
tt Itojal vs. Kalulanl
tt May 30 Princess Itlnk.
tt May 31 Ilogey Tournament.
tt Muy 7 Opening of season.
tt Mav 6. C, 7 Wall Cup
tt May 18 Annual championship
tt Mny IE Cooper Cup.
tt June 5 Marfarlnne Cup.
tt July 6 Sea wren Race.
tt Trap Shooting.
tt May 11 Weekly Cup.
tt May 22 All Day Shoot.
tt Horse Racing
tt JuIy-l-r-InUir-IslBalt.iusel- -
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race.
tt July 9 8tart from San Pedro. tt
tt i World's Champlons'tlp FlQht. U
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack tt
tt Johnson. tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
CAMP, April 12 Jeffries did six miles
of good hiking over mudd) roads this
morning as u constitutional.
Although the mire was six and eight
Inches deep In spots on account of
yesterilaj's rain, the retired champion, winner fully' deserscs the trophy ie
did not seem thu worse for the going. . cinched Jtsterday.
llowus hardl) winded when he showed Tna wfe.,j u, ,,i100l ),ag attract
up'at the camp. I,.(1 )ot of utientlou, nnd nil tho
lt'n irfnt calmr." ho Knld as he bur . .-..... . ... .,. .
., D. -- -
rlcd Into the bath room to remove the
After a rub down Jeff went through
hla regular gjmnaslum stunts, but did
no heavy work.
Ho said that ho would probably
tacklo a pile of redwood logs this
tack o a pi o or rcuwoou logs ini"i ,, , , ... . .. .
afternoon and split them up. Ho felled'"' Kkko In he near future. Aus
.i. ...,i,.,.ia viof,inv Pan nro tin has nut yet made his reappear
vin. in . thn blir fellow kcI busyi"'1" at the traps, and It Is a pit), us
Ion some heavy boxing. They dcclarn
'that only this can show just wnai
I his true condition Is. So fnr he has
steored nwoy from nnythlng
looked to be moro than light sparring,
where "lovo patB" were the rule.
Turn nf.wnr on skates appear to
find favor with the service men, and
the Marines, Kort lluget, Fort anai -
ter, Town and Princess teams hove,
been organized to compete weekly nt
It Is rather early to talk of polo,
but the Indications arc "that, not
withstanding the absence ot Walter
Dillingham, the approaching season
I will be a good one.
HARVEY IS FINAL
WINNER OF CUP
110 OUT OF 120 BIRDS
Bow en Shot Well Yesterday and
Tied Harvey Another Shoot to
Be Started Soon Good Sport
Yesterday afternoon the Weekly
Cup trophy of the Hawaiian Gun
Club was at lust won for the third
time by Harvey, who now becomes
the owner of the prlie. In the very
again quickly got a second leg In for
the trophy. Ihen Illness Interfered
,tulth his "hooting, nnd for several
j; weeks he Just managed to get with
U In one bird of the winning post.
In the meantime other gunners
had gotten their names on the cup,
nnd the competition became very ln
j, terestlngjS'The shooting along the
:: line has been good, and the cup shoot
"hooked u very open affair, which any
...one of four men might capture,
Harvey, however, by grassing 1
U out of 20 yesterday, managed to win
tt out, although he tied with II. D.
Ilowen, who accounted fur 18 out of
28. Major Long got Into second
the soldier hit 16 out of 30.
S. N. Hobo ran Into third place
with a total of 12 out of 24 birds..
He did not do so well as he bus In
the past, nnd seemed III at tixie at
times. Clifford White, who knock
ed ocr It out of 20, was last
In the shoot, but he did not perform
up to expectations.
The winner, Harvey, has shown
(insistent form right through the
competition, and he has hit 110 out
of 120 clays shot at. An average
of over 18 birds out of every 20-blrd
shout U going some, and the cup
, iiienuitTfl are luumug lurwuiii m um
rm,,Hltlcin. whlph will be
started In the near future.
There are several mw nihil In
town who can hnndle a gun well at
the traps, and It Is probable that
one or two of them will be seen down
lie would add to the interest of the
"' ""uu"' , ,
Tho Leggett trap acted very well
during tho recent shoot, and the In
bor of several men has been dls
pensed with by the machine. The
elu were thrown out at unknowii
angles, nnd at a very rapid pace,
j Still) the majority of the members
ioi me ciuo nave uone goou worn
over me new traps, anil nave quicK
ly gotten onto the way the "blue
rocks" are released.
Harvey used an L. C. Smlth'gun
nnd Pacific cartridges The gun hni
disposed of over 50,000 shells since
the champion first handled It.
The shooting would have been
much bolter only for the high wind.
Tke Two .TacW
IT TJUJ. fflUSM
Marines Are Now Long Way Behind
in Scores More Matches This
Yes'terday the Y. M. C. A.-Marlne
handball tournament was continued,
and two games were plaed at thn
g)mnnslum lourts. The llrst was
between I.cls of the Y. M. C. A.
nnd Ogurklowltz of the Marines, nnd
the tirst-nnmed player won by "
score of 4R to 11. The Y. M. C. A
reprcscutntlvo made every Btroke a
winning one, nnd had not much
trouble In defeating the "hnlf-wet"
The second nnd oul other game
pin) I'd was that between St. John
and Matter, nnd It resulted In u
closer contest than the first match.
St. John, however, won from the ma
rine by a score of 45 to 30, nftcr an
The Y M. C. A team has now got
a substantial lead on the Marine
l)08, and the difference is now 92
points In favor of the Students. This
afternoon nnd evening some more
mntches will be plnjed, nl.d It Is
thought that the Y. M. C. A. pin) era
nro going to turn the tables on the
Camp Very lads In every game.
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AM MT IT
JjMMKO MAV n
Novel Stunts Will Be Pulled Off
Consolation Event for Losers.
Thero will be a great day's shoot
Ing down ut the Knkaako traps on
May 22, when the gunners will bo
on deck fiom half-past nine o'clock
In the morning till the long program
of seven events Is shot on.
Seven shoots, Including a conso
lation event for those who have not
won anything In the da's shoot, will
be the program, und somo of the
shoots me of a novel character. The
full program Is as follows:
Klrst eent Flft-blrd handicap
at the Leggett traps; four prizes.
Second event Twenty bird hand
leap, known angles; class shooting;
free-for-all; three prizes.
Third event Ten - bird scratch
shoot; free-for-all; walking with gun
below ,plbow; live birds approaching
traps .and HiOAcroVa traps; Ihree
fourth event Ten birds at Leg"-
gett trap, while sitting in chair with
gun below elbow; three prizes.
rifth event Ten birds at known
ungles; doubles; three prizes.
Sixth event Tent)-blrd hnndl
cup ut Leggett 1 1 up; free for-all;
Sevonlh event Consolation ten-
bird for those who have not wan n
prize during the day.
Tho noveltv shoots will attract n
lot ot attention, and somo ot tho
freah shooting Is expected to be un
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OAHU Ulti WINS
. WL BAWL
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Highs Oo Down in Defeat to Funs,
13 to 10 Dispute About Rules.
Oahu College jesterday defeated
the High School In the fuurth game
of the IntCr ct.ho!ustlc series by a
score of 13 to 10. the class of ball
nlnji'd In the earlier stages ot the
gamu wnB nut too good, but toward
the end the players did better work
The gume went to tho tenth In
nlug before It was1 finished, as the
score remained tied from the sixth
on, till tho College piled up the nec
essary runs to win.
The game was responsible for a
dispute us to a ruling by tho um
pile. A man In attempting to get
from third to the home plate wus
tagged by the pitcher, who had
tle.ded the ball. The umplro said
that the pitcher should have touched
the home Plate before tagging the
runner. Upon being shown that hi
was wrong In taking this stand, tho
umpire said that he had no power
to alter his decision. This was also
shown to be wrong, but as the game
ended right away there wus nu pi
The school boys are plalng good
ball and much Interest Is taken In
the series, Dig crowds da not turn
nut as a rule, but the few spectators
who do attend keep the rooting go
ing in stjle.
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D0TJ AND DASHES.
A well-written account of the ball
gumo at Lellchua last Sunday has
been received at this office. As two
accounts pt the match between Har
ry's llenuts and the Cavalry have al
ready appeared In this paper, the
third report has had to be shelved",
with great regret.
The newspaper baseball league Is
now In the making, and the fortu
nate number of "23" people turned
up to the mee'tlug that was sched
uled for Inst night.
Joe Torrrst Is getting out from tho
Princess Kink, und In future M.
Kllurbrook will manage the place.
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