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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. Jj. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1910.
PER S.S. WILHELMINA
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DOUBLES 8TAKT UP
FOUR MATCHES TO
BE PLAYED OUT
Finals Will Be Fought on Monday
Next Many Strong Teams Are
Entered Castle and Low Look n
This nftcriHiiin tt n the llcrctnnlii
and Piiclflc tcnnlH courts, tho double
championship tniirnaiiicnt will Blurt
up; nnd four iii.iIcIich will he ph)cd.
Two matches arc to ho fought out
on the Ileretanln courts, and the
will he: Thcodoro IltcharilK-W. W.iti
W. llicWBtcr mi. Ilarwnod Olson, nnd lit
Slnglcliiirst-lrwln vs. Athcrlon Illch
Tho second match should ho n
beauty nnd well worth seeing. Iiwln
should ilo hotter In the doubles than
he did in thn single championship,
nnd hlii fist nerve will make his op.
poneilts sit up and Inko notlee. Hii
glchurst will back his partner up
welt, nnd lllch.irds mid Gray
have to pin) well In win.
On the Pacific courts two matches
Will he plnjcd nlro, nnd they will
he ns follows: llomenwny-Wnrron
vs. Wntcrhnuso-llabbltt, nnd (jooko-
Cooke vs. Ilarncs-Decrr,
)nnt"hcR should he Rood, although
Cooke nnd Cooke would appear to
have n great chance of winning
Thoro nre twelve p.ilrs In the tour
nament. and nfter today thoro will
be six. All matches nro for the best
three out of live sots, nnd some lino
tennis should bo seen before, tho
championship Is won.
i.l&ur, teams, ilre.liij;n In.1 thn- first
round, nnd they nro Htcerc-Nowcll
Cnstlo-Low, U. Watorhousc-Slnclalr,
Walllngton-Qray, The ultimate, win
ners of tho championship are possi
bly among theso plajors, nnd tho
pair Hint beat Cnstlo and Low will
about land the coveted honors.
Custlo Is playing In his best form
nnd he can bo idled upon to try
all the time, no matter what tho
score happens to be. Ills vnllcjliig
Is good, nnd In doubles ho loses no
time In getting lo tho 'not as soon
a, possible. Low, too, Is 111 flno
rorm, ami ho will hack Cistlo up
wejl.. Those wfio saw this pair ploy,
lng against McLoughlln and Long
know how strong they nro.
The championship will rcsolvo It-
soli Into tnoro or less of nn Intorcluh
affair, ns representatives from, the
Mnnon, Punnhoii, Ilerctnnlu nnd Pa
cific clubL nro paired up together.
Tho finals of thn tournament will
probably be plnjcd off on Monda)
next, nnd thn holiday bunch shuuld
attend at thq courts and watch the
best four racquct-wlclders of thoTer
rllory fight It out to n finish,
ii ii it
DOTS AND DASHES.
Thru afternoon tho High School nnd
Oahu College will meet on tbo base
ball diamond nt Alexander Field and
nn exciting game Is anticipated. Tho
gamo was supposed 1o have been
plnjcd jcutcrday but was postponed.
Tho skating Marathon should bo n
great rnco and Joo Forrest, who won
tho first event, hopes to establish it
new record over tho distance.
The Outrigger Club's cnrnlvnl on tho
evening of June 10 promises to bo tho
real dopo and thero .will be all klndo;
01 slums (Milieu on,
Rather eat a cold potato in a wood
shed or a plate of "French fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. ' Our service is the
n tt tt :: tt tt it ti tt u ti t: tt tt t
:t ' ts
3 COMING EVCNT8. til
it Secretaries and mnnagcrs of ti
:j nllilctlo clubs nro Invited to send tt
ii In the ilntcn of nny ovents which tt
tt (hoy may bo getting up, for In- it
ii ncrtlon under tho above head U
tt Address all communlcitlnps to tt
it tho Sporting Killtor, J) n 1 1 o 1 1 u. tt
tt Baseball. tt
ti MIMTAIlY LKAOUi:. tt
tt May 28 Marine. vs. Kort Shaf- tt
tt tcr; N. O. II, Vs. IIoKjittnl Co. tt
il Mnv 21 Kurt Rll.ffpr vs. f!nvnlrv. tt
rt plantation LKA(HIK. tt
.nny ij-naummi vs, nuianao; w
ttwn ts. Wnlatim. Ill
tt Oahu League. it
it. ATHLETIC PARK, ti
ti llii) 27r J. A. Cii vs Mainland ti'
ti Nine. ii
it Muy r.i-P, A. C. vs. C. A. C.J it
it Murines vs. .LA, C. it
ti Oahu Juniors. it
n way tj mii iiockm vs. raiamas; l!
Asnhls . C. A. C. Jrs. tt
School League. It I
ti MayI8 Kama s, Funs; Highs tt
vs. Saints. it
i! INTERNATIONAL OAMI'.S. it
juiy a wascoa tb. uanu i.eaguu. u
ti Skating Marathon
it May 30 Princess Rink.
tt COUNTRY CUJtl.
ti May .TI Hogey Tournament.
ii Juno It Knur Hull Tournament
ti HONOLULU CLUIi.
ti May 31 Match Play.
ii June ID Foursome.
it May 28 Opining of treason
" Mny '" -1 "8 Annual champion.
ii June tt Progressiva Tonrinv
it inrnt. ?
ti Juno C JIncfarlano Cup
, tt Juno 2fi (tovprrior's Cup
J H July G Sea Wren
ii Trap Shooting.
tt Juno 1 Wceklj'jpup.
it Horse 'Kacinfl.
ii July 4 tntcpfnUud niret,
tt July 9 Start from Snn Pedro.
ti World's Champlons'ilp Fight
ti July 4 James Jeffrtos vs Jack tt
it Johnson. it
it Polo. it
it Atigimt- Inter-lrland Tournament, ti
ii it tt ti it ii it ii it it tt n tt it tt ti tt, Espinda Is well known to follow-
, ers of tho gnmo, and the pitching
MPuro urvrrn tinii llc n"8 ,lo" for lhe 8l- Loul" aml J'
KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS eJ ()n 0 , H hpadj lw,r,cr llll(1,
with cither llrllo or lloopll lo dl
I reel operations, should puzzle tho
Tho Installation of battalion ofllcers batsmen rrom'Cnllforiiln.
took place In the Bl I op's Memorial A , f celU w, be
sJSpt,r,;t7oUtT,t -.. t ..the grandstand
school ofllcers for next year. Robert ' uleaiheis may he occupied
Mahlkoa was elected Cadet Major for for the small sum of a qua) (or. Con
noxt year. Lieut. Hen. Hussey was sldcrlng that thoro has been no
promoted to senfor captain. Captain, Banio between nn "outside" team nnd
Winters praised the work of tho oftl- Ioca 0 for a 1()ng tme. tho crowd
ccrs of tho past cnr but hoped that ,,,,, , t , , numbers to
the new set would do better. i ,,
, 1 see the game.
Among tho retiring commission ouV Tho J. A. qs. linvo a Inrgo follow -cers
of the Kamehnmeha Cadet hat- Ing of fniiB, and there Is no doubt
tallon this )enr nre. Major McCownn, that they will all bo on the spot to
Captains A. Poepoo. R. Koawa. n. root for their twin. Thero may bf
nurgess and Lieut. J. Hal ami C. Wll Jnmnoso playing on the nine, but.
cox" 1 an) how. It docs not matter much, as
Tho Knm baseball team will play ,ho Japanese population of Honolulu
tho Punnhou, on tho school grounds, consider the, tcBm their own and bar
Haturday afternoon. Mlllknn and J. rack all tho time for It.
Katilh will form tho battery for tho it ti it
Knm team. D0TS AND DASHES.
Kxnmlnatlons begin on Mny 31st In ,,, D.. , , , . ,., , t. ,.,
all tho departments of the Knmcha- JIB:1k 5c,ll,ljr ' .ho lnB to he.a,r ,ro.m
mclia Schools nnd tho Schools win Mcintosh of Australia some time to
clOso on Juno 4th. da nn,l hrn B(inlP nrrangVment can
i J bo come to with reference to tho pro
Mr. Pviloy'l. Homo nnd family left posed exhibition by Hums, Kltisliu
fnr tho East yesterday morning nn niuns & Co. In this city,
tho Wllhclmlnn; they expect to boi
away all gsunimcr.
, A r , iV, nV nw wen Hh,,,.l i.
llnviii, 1rlftntr llii Irnnl Innm nnn.
rr-strans as n Lord lieutenant ui tho
GREAT BALL GAME
TUMOKROW AT PARK
PLAY JAPANESE A. C.
.Time of Game Depends on Arrival of
VaV,,W.. tn.r.f Rbnum
in Game Espinda to Pitch.
There will he something good do
Ing ttunoriow afternoon nt the Atli
telle t'nrk, when tho co leglaus who
arc going through to tho Land ol
sport, to engage the Australians nt
football, send a baseball nine up
against tho Jap mesa Athletics.
Thn ninlnlnnrt ulnern nio duo In
nrrV0 on the Makura. which may
possibly reach this port early tomor
r0w aflernoon. It Is probable Hint
the hall game will start about three
n'c ock or so, ami, ns n matter ol
fait, tho Inter (ho better, as more
fans will lie able to get nwuy fur a
few hours fiom their work nnd taka
In tho game.
The footballers Include n nunibcl
of good ball plnjirs In their ranks,
and tho nine that they will put nn
the diamond tomarraw should gy
tho Jt A. C. all they run do to win.
It tbo Makura arrives before noon,
the game ina be started soon after
lumh, but nt present It Is Impnxsl
b'c to set nny time fur the beginning
of the struggle. Hill there will be
nnipln time to plA tho mulch as long
aa the mall steamer arrhei not latei
it than half past two o'lloik or so.
The J. A, Cs, havo got the best
possible nine the) can raloo, and Es
pinda. the famuus sihoolboy pitcher
will do tho twirling for them. He
tt uiiil lloopll form li T'fy rtronK bntJ
.. ieij, anil mo umicki.iiis win ub iii
aganibi i no real iniiig wrniii nicy k"
up to b'at. "Klddo" Chlllliiswortli
will be nt short, and his work will
no doubt nsloulsh, tho inaliilaiulori.
Henry Is n trier all tho time, anil
dues somo very smart work nt times.
Pat Walsh, tho veteran wnlkor. will
'mako most of tho heel ond loo men
lP "vely to keep up with him In tho
wnlklng rnco at the League grounds
" j i.-i,
The Two Jaoks"
HILO TENNIS (1KB
Tournament to Be Played on Jul;
Fourth New Cup iresfnted by
(Special to the Bulletin.)
'lno llllo lentils Liuii niiu Its
first meeting of the present bcnsou
last week,, when arinugcmctits wcru
mndq for the tournnmcnl and officers
wero elected as follows: Hurry Ir
win, president; .George A. Cool, cap
tain; Miss Amy Williams, secretary
and treasurer. Mrs. Vicars, Mrs. HI
llott and Miss Harriet Hupnl were
elected members of tho executive
committee to servo with tho picsl-
dent and tho captain.
It was decided to bold a tourua
mcut open fur players from the Is
land of Huwnll, tho finals to take
place on or about the fourth of Jul),
rhcro will be ladles' singles nnd duu
hies, gentlemen's slnglis ami dou
bles, nnd mixed doubles. The new
cup offcicd by Manager John a
Scott of Wnlnnku will add zest to
the men's singles, and a tup will be
offered cither for the ladlis' singles
or doubles, thuugh probably fur the
former. The club hopes that one of
llllo's prospcious citizens will follow
the generous cxntnnlo set b) Mr.
Scott and offer the cup. Hie cups
for tho mixed doubles remain to be
placd for again this season. The
present holders nre James McKcnzle
nnd Miss limine Greenfield, who have
one leg on the cup, which must bn
won tin co times. The cup has been
won tnkc b) Giorgo ilupul nnd Mrs.
An effort will bn made to Interest
the pin) era friin the outside district
in tho tournament, purtliulnrl) those
from Kohnla, Hanidkun nnd North
llllo. Kohalu has a number of goon
players, who would bo able to udd
consldcrnbla Interest to tile tallies.
llnmiiEua "boasts e Horner family.
which Is of much uotn in Island ten
nil circles, and the courts nt I-aupa.
hochne have of lata been the scene
of Homo good pin) fug. Ily drawing
new blood from tho districts outside
of llllo, the club hopes to bo nbld
to make Its toiirnnmctita still bettiv
than they havo bicn In the past.
ti ii ii
DOTS AND DASHES.
Pocolto leads In tho Y. M. C. A
handball, tournament and he. Jim won
all flvo games played. Mnrcilllno also
has won all that he has played, and
tho championship i going to he n
closo affair. Tho standing of tho men
Is as follows:
" Won. Uist.
Nott v 3
Kook On 3
Lowls :. 1
Rt. John ... 0
There was a great gamo of base
ball last Huniliy between the Khlers
and Dlmu.id tennis, and tbo latter out
fit w.on h) .5 to G, Tlio Metropolitan
Meat Co. ciiipIo)cob tiavu challenged
tho winners, but they nro considered
to be loo strong for tho hardware
bo)s. Wall, Nichols Co, will gel a
team together later on nnd then thero
will bo a repetition of the games that
were plaed last Beacon when A. IC.
Vlerrn was n leading light In tho
Charllo Lambert, who has moved
his place of business from tho Or
pheum tn tho Anchor, has a flno lot of
sporting mementoes nn view and tho
original gun with which Jerry Coker
mndo his wonderful shoaling record Is
now reposing In stnto at Iho new
There was a big crowd out nt the
League grounds )esterday afternoon
when tho long dlstanro runners all did
soing Jail prints. Hayes nnd Orncl
las covered about ten miles and mada
good time over tho distance.
There will bo a meeting of tho com.
mltteo m charge, of (bo bogey tourna
ment thnt has been set for Decoration
Day. Tho handicaps will bo decided
iijioii and ull tho details for tho play
Jnck McKadden Is too busy arrang
ing boilng contests to think of fight'
Ing an) ouo nt present, and tho pro
posed little quiet scrap hotween Jona
than and Bailor Morch will nutx come
Tho selection of the crew fo'jaanr
the Hawaii has not finally been made
but Captain Wilder la In hopes of an.
nounclng tho nnmes of tho men who
will salt the yacht soon.
Great preparations nre being made
for tho Kamehamcha Aquatic Club's
luau and Bports meeting at Kallhl bay;
on June ii.
Cantro, a boxor who used to show
good form yenru ago. Is alter tho Ecalp
Qf Sarconi of Camp Very,
Hoy Toren, a former rortlander, Is
pltchlngvfor Columbus 1n the South
Atlantic Lcaguo. .
Wonderful to relate, Henry Perry,
uf Los Angeles, comes out In favor
Hawaiian Opera House
The McRac Stock Co.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
AND SATURDAY MATINEE:
The Lion and
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
Honolulu Athletic Park
Pacific Coast Club
Japanese Athletic Club
Admission, 25c and 50c
Song 'nnd Dance Artists
10c, ibc. and 20c. . ,
One Week Only, Commcncini:
Monday, May 30
NICOLA, THE MAUICIAN
And His Clever Company of Vaude
Fort Street Below Berctini
rillE 1BS0NS Musical Novelties
CARL WALNEH Whistler
Admission,... 5o,, 10c., 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
McORATH AND FAIQE, Favorite
R0WE AND MAYO. Comedians
HOTEL STREET t
V A TTTVPtrTT'TT'
a j '-' .
a'"1 'HOSE and HflKE
Royal Hawaiian Dao
From the Orpheum. San Francises
Premier Pianist of the Far East
of having Seattle ami BpoVaue ' an
all-Coast league Judge McCredle
discovered that tlidt was the thing
to do three jcars ago,
IN THE: SUMMCfl SEASON
children overindulge In eattug fruits
with stomach pains a conscquouco;
mothers should have on hand Pain
klllnr( Perry Davis'). 25c, 35o and BCa
bottles. 5 v
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