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TWO MATJES PLAYED
IN LADIES SINGLES
MRS. COULTER AND MISS
RICHARDS THE WINNERS
Semi-Finals This. Afternoon and the
Final Tomorrow Miss Rich
ards Will, Meet Winner of To
Oti the lleretanla courts vesterda
afternoon the Indies' hIukIo chain
ploushlp wns started, and twt
matches were played In the totirita
mont, Mrs. Coulter met Mls Se
well In theifltst match of the da)
and the rhumplnn of Hawaii hnd nt
trouble In defeating her opponent
0 0. 6-0. The liihtch hy nrrange
muni wan for the best two out OP
Mrs. Coulter was In flue form, and
her ground Btrokeu were perfect. Hei
service wns also strong, and she
made very few faults villi her first
The champion placed well anil found
the sidelines frequently. Some nf
her forehand drives were well exe
cuted, but, as usual, she relied more
upon her backhand.
Miss Sewcll hnd hard luck In run
ning up against Mrs. Coulter. In the
very first round. It was a tough
experience for anyone, and more es
peclnll for n player who was mnK
ing her debut ns n tournament per
former. The visitor has some met
strokes, and showed n good knowl
edge of tbo game, but the champlor
was Invincible yesterday and won n
Thoothpr match played was'bo
tween Jllss-Huth Ulehards and Mls
C. Sheffield, and the former won b)
three sets straight, the store helm
0-3, 6-1, 0-2. The wlniier"sbowe'1
fine form, and Is truly one of a ten
nis family. All the members of thet
Ulchnrds family are expert racquet
wlelders, and they seem nhle to hole
their own with most people on th
Miss Sheffield played some goon
strokes nt times, but the strong game
nut up by Miss Ulehards was too
much for her. In the first set the
loser did well to get three games,
and at one time It looked as If she
would do better as the match went
on. However, Miss Itlcharus thiew
In n few strokes n la Atbcrton, and
the end soon came.
This afternoon Mrs. Coulter wll
meet Miss llurnham, and an Inter
esting mutch ts looked forward to,
ns Miss llurnham Is considered by
some people to be better than most
lady plajojs of the city. Miss ulch
nrds and the -winner of the Mrs.
CouHer-MJss llurnham 'contest will
play tomorrow niiernoon, anu it re
mains to be seen how Mies Ulehards
will stack up against tho lady chain.
plon, fgr there lg not nui,:h doubt
('hat Mrs. Coulter will beat Miss
flurnlinm this nf(ornoon.
As soon as the ladles' singles are
finished, the mixed doubles will start
up, and some fine tennis should bo
seen when the men champions and
lady experts play. their, .matches. The
tennis year has been more open than
In former years, and tho results liavo
not been almost certainties before, a
match was played. ,
II It It
The Marines nro having Bomo Inter
company baseball games, and Co, D.
Is dong fine work and yesterday de
feated Company C by a scoro of 14 to
4. They also handed tho Company A
boys a package of 9 to 1 on Tuesday
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Praises Marathon Jack for 'Fromot
i&ir Sport Hopes Nigel Is Mak
Sporting Editor, Evening II u 1
I e 1 1 n: When Jackson won the
first marathon rare to Hataiwa, his
stock went up to the top notch, but
It would seem from later develop
ments that he has fallen hy the way
side ob far ns getting In any more
wltn; still, I wnnt to say right here
that I glory In tne man tor the rea
sou thnt he Is trying to keep the
"sports" hall rolling In 'his particu
lar line, und even If he does not win,
It Is hoped thnt he Is making n little
something nut of It to pay him for
the effort he Is making to keep
things going. FA IK PUV,
Honolulu,' June 1.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Jnck McFnddcn Is very busy over
the arrangements for his flstlo show
which Is scheduled for Juno 11. Pat
Corny n Is getting Into simp to meet
Nelson and the latter will have his
first chanco of standing up ngatnst a
good man. Tho preliminaries will
also bo good and the whole (how
promises well. '
TVnln i.nirn.ilAfl Ihn f-filf tnurnnmpn t
at tho Country Club being played last
IIahIhii noil I llfla llAOIl fl 1 tt (1n Oil
altogether. Thcro will b0 fourball
foursome on Juno 11 nnd It Is attract-
Ing tho nttcntlon f ull tho members
of the club.
SEASON OPENS ON
HONOLULU C. C. TO
FLAY BISHOP & CO.
Most of the Old Players Will Turn
Out, and Some New Ones, Too
Bob Anderson in Fine Condi
tion. .On Saturday nftemoon at half
past two, the cricket season will
open, ul d tho Hist match will be ue
tween the Honolulu C. C. and Hit
lllshop & Co. o qven. The bankers
hno got n fnlrly strong team nnd
they should put up n big s.ore he
fore they are nil djspdsed of. The
Introduction of several oung Chi
nese will add Interest to the game
and It remains to be seen If the new
men will take to the Kngllsh fame
ns well as their countrymen do t
Captain Cockhurn of the bankers
Is a veteran nt the game, and tils
services will be In much demand ou
the r.eld. He uted to be n crack
bow er, nnd If in any kind of form
should worry the Honolulu batsmen
The II. C. C. will have the best
tt urn that inn he mustered, and It
Is u certainty thnt (1. O. M. Jordan
will he on the team and ready, as
usual, to go In and hold up his end.
Jordan hns been playing cricket for
many yeais now, nnd he first start
ed when under-hand bowling was all
the go. He still retains the below
tile-knee delivery, nnd It Is wonder
fill the way he takes wickets thai
nnve.iiuuicd tne rest oL. llie,Dow
Hob Anderson, the beat all-round
cricketer who ever played In llono
lulu. Is- feeling good nnd he will
doubtless give some fine exhibition
of batting during the coming sea
son. Hubert la n good mnu with
the ball also, and tnir ho relief upon
it n pinch to capture a few wickets.
The champion has given many beau
tiful 'exhibitions or batllug on the
Maklkl wicket, anil he Is n tower ot
rtrength to his side.
Met III nnd Maclean nre two men
who will be doing things on the
cricket field this season, and the)
will figure high up In the overages
for sure. Illg-hltter Morse will prob
iihly go to the wicket and hit up
come runs He is n fine but, ami
ot co he gets his eye in he Is gone"
ally good for a big score.
With ,n couple of llrltlsh ships In
port, the prospects for cricket look
bright, and some Interesting matches
Bhould be plnyed In the future, Th
annual trip to Maul will iirnhably
come nit Inter In the enr, und the
hospitable people of tho Volley la
lnnd will have another opportunity
of entertaining a Honolulu bunch ot
sportsmen. These, Inter-lstntid trips
nre much enjoyed by the fortunate
ouch who get away on them, nnd the
tours are looked forward to with
There should be a big gathering
of crlrket-lovers nt tbo Maklkl field
on Saturday, and a good ganiQ should
be witnessed by the spectators. The
wl:ket Is In good order, and the out
field Is better than It was last ear.
All the club material Is In good ton
dltlon. nnd all that Is needed Is the
presence of twenty-two player-,
In n potnto-growlng contest In
Derbyshire, Kngluud, one competitor
got n leld of 229 pounds from ono
pound of seed, cut Into eighty sets.
"The Two Jacks
W. M. Vincent Gets Leg in For the
Trophy Three Men Now Have
Names on Cup.
The third shoot for the Hawaiian
Oiin Club wiekly tttp wns held at
Knknako yesterday nfleriioon, and
lesulted III W. M. Vincent getting it
leg in for the trophy He iicciiiiP'
ed for twenty clays seven out of
llfteen nt unknown ungles, and thir
teen out of fifteen at known angles.
Champion llnrvcy nnd It. 1). Ilowen
grossed nineteen each nnd tied
Ilowen had a handicap of four and
Harvey shot from rcrntch.
Harvey hit nil ten birds nt the
unknown angle trap, but missed one
at the know ii angles. He Is shoot
lug In grent form nnd seems to be
getting better every da) V. Kopke
killed fourteen six nt unknown and
eight nt known angles, C. F White
accounted for four at tinki.own nnd
eight at known nug'es, and hit
handicap was ten,
C. W. Deerlng lilt seven nt un
known and five at known, nnd M U
King smashed ten nt unknown and
two at known. Tho former had ten
nnd the latter the snmo number of
The shoot to celebrate tho semi,
nt.nual championship will tnke place
on June I!., nnd n fine program ot
events Is being nrranged. Thcro will
be five free-for-all snoots and the
championship event besides.
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NEW TRAMPING CLUB
FIND USr INtI
S. Q." Is Name of latest Associ
ation Is Limited to Twenty
One more club has been Btnrted,
and It Is to be known ns tho "X. i
Q. Wnlklig Club." The object of
the club Is to encourage walking
trips Into the mountains and valleys
it Oahu. The meeting that started
the cJub going was held at the home
of J, A. Wilder last night, and n set
of rules was drawn up which cove
even nusslble thing that totild come
Thp membership ls limited : b.
twenty persons, nnu me ioiiowiu,
charter members we e olected: I'. V
Murray. V. V. Newell. Frank C.
ICnos, liny Axtell, C. A, Seville, un.l
the Misses W. Wells. Frniices IHn'lt,
M. Ilosenhcrg, M. War no and K. L.
The club members will tnke seinl
nionthly "hikes" Into the inountalt.s,
und ull the beauty spots will bt)
visited. The club should be very
popular, and the full list of mem
bers should soon be made up,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
As expected, tho C. A. C. team hns
protested nga'ust tho decision of Har
ney Joy hit Sunday. He guvu a bats
mnu out in in Inlluld fly whsu there
was only cue man on tho basei. It
occurred In the last half half of tho
ninth Inning nnd It cannot bo, denied
that tho Chinese might bavo madu the,
runs necessary to have won tho gaino
If two men had not been declared out
Tho fallowing men will represent
Uarry's HeautH ot Lellehua next Sun
day'und a strong team It looks ou pa
per: Wlnno, catcher; Johnny Wll
llnms, pitcher; Uushncll, third; Loin,
second; Henry Chllllngwurth, short
stop; Duller, first; Townsoud, right
field; Henry Solomon, left field, mid
Jack Flores, centcrfleld,
Tho. Hospital Co, Into Harry's
lleau'ts, will have u hard try to defent
tho Fifth Cavalry bunch next Sunday,
nnd the' genial sergeant reckons that
be will havo n combination that will
mnko tho Fighting Fifth wonder If
Halley's comet has returned to glvo
them a wipe with Its tall.
On Saturday night noxt there will bo
a meeting of tho executive, finance and
program committees which bavo
charge of tho raco meeting which Is to
bo pulled off at Kaplolanl Park on
July Fourth. Tho meeting will ho
held at the Young Hotel and many do
tails will ho arranged.
Teams from Wlclimnn's nnd Khicrs'
will play buscbnll at tho Hoys' Fluid
on Saturday afternudn and n great
struggle Is expected. Dlmond's Dough
tj'B will tncklo tho Meat Market Mar
vels on Sunday und thcro will bo a
great display of skill for suro.
A new ilrjtlsli association haB
been formed to cucnurnge rifle shoot
ing under conditions approximating
those of war. It Is to train thu
youth of the country. I-ord Roberts
Is president o the association.
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