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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., HIIDAY. JUNE 3, 11".
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LADY CHAMPION WILL
BE KNOWN TODAY!
MRS. COULTER PLAYS MISS
RICHARDS IN THE FINALS
Miss Burnham Lost Out Yesterday
After Many Close Games Mix
ed Doubles tomorrow A Big
Yesterday nfternoon on the Here
tanla courts, tho Kcml-llnalii uf the
ladle' chaiiiplouslilii was plajed on
between Mrs. Coulter, the present
champion, ami Miss Ihirnham, and
the champion won two nets straight
Ci!, 6-1. The match was sup
posed to be for three sets out of lire,
but it was decided to let two out
ot three settle tho affair. The
match was closer than the score
would' Indicate, as many of tue
Raines went to deuce and vantage
before the struggle was decided.
In the first set Miss Ilurnhani got
In some good drives and placed well.
She appeared a trllle nervous nt the
prospect of playing the best lady
racquet wlelder In the Islands, but
soon settled down to good tennis and
did rcmarkajily well.
Mrs. Coulter made a couple ot
double faults In the first set, and
did not Beem In as good form as on
the previous day In her match
against Mlsi Sewall. Stljl, tin
champion gave glimpses of what she
Ib capable of doing on the courts.
nnd her backhand strokes were vcr
The second set went to Mrs. Co nl
ter In what, on paper, looks very
easy fashion. The set was, however,
mliclr'Closer 'than the solitary game
on Miss Uurnham's score-card would
Quite a number of the gjmes
went to deuce, und If u record ot
the points won byi each pln)cr had
been kept, there would not have
been such a great difference be
tween the pair. The winner was,
however, too strong for Miss IJuru
ham, and the winning stroke In all
tho games save one went to Mrs.
This nfternoon Mrs. Coulter will
play Miss Ruth Hlchards In the
final ot the championship, and it
fine match should eventuate. The
younger player will make the cham
pion play up to win, and some good
tennis should be seen. '
As soon ns the ladles' champion
ship Is decided, the drawings for
tho mixed doubles will take place.
and a start will be made on them
tomorrow. Tho mixed doubles are
alwa)s a pleasant feature of the an
nual tournament, nnd many follow-
ers of the game always attend to
watch tho matches. ,
Athorton Hlchards and his sister
will probably piny together, nnd a
strong pair thoy will make. They
should stand a good ohunce of get
ting close up to tho championship.
The annual tournament has been
a great success this rear, and more
Interest has been taken In It be
cause people could not say In ad
vance who was going to win. The
events were more open, and the con
sequence was that there were some
surprises when tho winners became
U 8 H
A. K. Vlerrn, tho well-known
sport, returnod on tho Sierra this
morning. A. K. V. was away only
a short time
n a n a a n a a n n a n n t
a COMINQ EVCNTB. tl
a ; a
a 8ocietnrlcs and manigers of a
a athletic clubs aro Invited to solid a
a In tho dates ot any events which a
they may bo getting up, fur In 11
(I sertlon under tho ubovo head a
a Address all communications to a
a the Siortlng L'dltur, II ill to tin. a
a Baseball. a
a MILITARY lbaoui:. a
a June 4 Kort Hhaftor vs. Jirt a
a Ituger; N. a. II. vs. Marines, a
a Juno 0 Hospital Co. vs. Klfth a
It PLANTATION I.KAOUK.
a June 5 Kwa . Walanae,
3 Oahu League.
a ATHLETIC PARK.
a Juno 6 J. A. C. Vs. V A. C;
a Mnrlncs vs. P. A. C.
,t Oahu Juniors.
a June 5 Asuhl n. Pajamas; Mil
a hooks h. C. A. U. Jrs.
a July 3 Wnseda vs.'Oahu League, a
a Skating Marathon. St
a Juno 4 Princess lllnk. a
S Calf, a
a country emu a
M June 11 Kour Rail Tournament, a
OAHU JUNIORS WILL -PROVIDE
BALI, OAME AND
u Sam Hod Is Lookinz After Details
of Running- and Other Races
Ureas; Pig Stunt Provokes
OAHU IM'illl HhK
a HONOLULU CLllll,
a Judo 19 Foursome.
a Juno 4 Opening ot season,
ft Juno 2 Annual championship.
t! June 11 Progressive
a June C Marfarlnno Cup.
a June 2fi (lovernor's Cup Race
a July 5 Sea Wren Race,
a Trap Shooting.
lime 8 Weekly Cup.
't Horse Racing.
J July 4 Interlslnnd meet
a Trins Pacific Yacht Race.
a July 9 8ta'rt from Ban Pedro.
'4 World's Champlons'ilp Fight.
.1 July 4 Jamep Jeffries n. Jack a
a Johnson. t"
a Polo. a
a August Iutfr.Jlun8.Tourniiment. It
WREN RACES SUNDAY
One June 11, Kamehomeha Day,
the Oahu Juniors will hate u great
nfteriroou's sport at the Athletic
Park, and Sam Hop, the Celestial
poet, Is chasing around looking aft
er things In general. Sammy Is
thinking of writing another poem on
tho prospects of the threo.leggeit
race turning out lo he u deud heat.
The program as arranged looks
good to tho people who are on the
lookout for something In the spurt
ing Hue, nnd there should bu soma
great fun before the sports are pan.
At half-past one o'clock the bal
will open with a three miles running
airaee. in which stars like Rill Rice,
Toiirna- U Abe Norton, Marul.hl, Wuh hnl,
'Idol a nnd sevcril other runners wll
AVERAGES TO DATE
John Lo and Deponte in Lead at
Present Ail Stars Ate doing
John I.n, of tho C. A Cs lmlii In
tho averages of the Oahu Lcisue
that Is he is oven with Do Polite, but
hns mado moro runs than thu repre
sentative of tho Portuguese. Tho av
erages of tho different plaers aro as
0 All R 11 SH Sll Pet.
J. Lo, C 5 16
leKntu P. . .. 10
Akaiia, J 4 14
Amoy, C 4 14
Kronen, J. ...S 20
Illncs, M 4 9
Williams. M. .4 in
Sinclair, M. ..G 18
Thompson, M..4 Id
Ah Toon, C. . .r. 18
Rrlto, J 3 9
Ross, J f. 19
Knlinl, J S 20
Joi. Dick, P. .3 10
Hong Chack.C.S 22
dlbson. M. ...3 11
Notley. J. ...3 11
Asam, C 4 1?
Apau, C G 18
Kn Sue, C. ...6 18
Ornellas. P. ,.S 19
Madeira. P. ..5 19
Akana, C. .1..5 20
tnmpetc. Norton Is a flue distance
man, and he should mnku the best
jj'of thei bunch step lively In order to
Teves, P, ..
Dals, M. ..
Claw, M, ...
Snares, P. ..
Tom Yen, C,
Mnkln, M. .
Walker, J. .
.3 8 1
2 2 0
GREAT CARD AT THE EMPIRE.
Charles I; Itojai, tho popular
comedian and author with the Mfc.
line company, nnd caluty Kdythe
Elliott, the cleverest Ingenue who
eer appeared In this city, "will be
seen Monday night at the Empire
In Mr. Itojnl's great rural playlet
entitled "The Vacant Chair," ,
lly special arrangement with Mr.
Meltae, this clever duo has been se
cured for a short engagement, and
tho patrons of the Eniplra wlll'seo
tome excellent playlets presented
by two of tho b"st entertainers who
ier looked over n vaudeville foot
llght. Mr Rimil on Monday nlglit
will portray un old Rube, while Miss
Elliott will lie seen ns an actress In
hard lurk. Little, Edytnn Royal El
liott will alto appear In this charm
ing act, nnd ni the Empire prices
remain the same, It U-needless o
say the houe wl I lie packed to the
by Hawaii's charms.
Yachts Will Sail for Macfarlane Cap
on Outside Course Qood Races
On Sunday theie will be two sail
ing races, and both are attracting
the attention ot all tiro yachtsmen of
the city. At 10 o'clock In tho morn
ing, n start will be made on tho
Macfarlane Cup race, and three
yachts will face the sturter. The
Mngglu will be handled by Kenneth
Abies, the Mnllo. by Tom qullen. und
the Strand by E, Stacker.
The course for tho Mu:farlane Cup
will be from n line In front of
Young llrothers to a stake boat nt
tho Moana Hotel, thence to the spar
buoy off Pearl Harbor, and from
there to and around tho bell buoy
The second race will be the one
for wrens, and a numbor of tho
small boats have entered for the
event. Tho entries ure us follow:
Oalloplng Mary, by J. C. Jaeger;
Roaring dlmlct, by W. Mclnorny:
8ea Mew, by II. D, Ilowenj and the
Myrtle, by Ray Rlctow. Tho Sor
rowing Soul has not been entered,
as Skipper Klnslea Is Bhort-liaudod:
his bosun, Johnson, Is rowing these
days and can not take on tho sailing
Tho wrens will race for the Rob.
ertson Cup, and will be all sailed
Inside the harbor. The little craft
will surely put up a pretty race, and
but felt pulled back J the spectators should be treated to
keep up with him
As soon lis tho three-mile rnce Is
ltulshedj the hunt for the greasy pig
will start, and then the crowd will
have some fun. The nnlnial bus
been trained by Sam Hop, and l
guaranteed to- be able to get through
unoiie's legs or hands.
A three-leg race will albo be
staged, and It will be a team affair
In which representatives ot- four
busebuU nines will run or try to
urn ugalnst one another. Pulrs
have been entered from the C. A. C.
Juniors, Pulamas, Mu Hocks and
Asahls, und keen rivalry Is felt b)
tho rooters for each couple of runners.
When the sports program Is fin
ished, a baseball game between the
Mu Hocks and Asahls will be play
ed, and It should be un excltlug
mutch. The Oahu Juniors put up a
good brand ot ball, and any of the
elty fans who have missed seeing
the joungster In action should
make a trip down to the Athletic
Purk next Saturday week and seo
the game and also take In the sports.
Kor the tlirco mllo race a sllvor
cup will be given as first prlte, and
the cn.-ond and third men will le
cele medals. The pig will go to
the fortunate Individual who cap
tures It, and suitable prizes will be
provided for tho winners of the
team three-leg rare.
Sam Hop Is now hard lit work on
his poem, and he thinks that by
Wednesday next he will have It
reudy for print. So far he has only
succeeded In getting the first line
right, and It reads as follows:
"When greasy three-leg pig run."
However, Judging by the poem turn
ed out by Sam regarding tho Maul
trip a few months ago, he will be
able to do tho sports meeting Jus
tlie In verse.
a a a
The matter of the protest by the
C, A. C. team will be considered at
a meeting of tho arbitration board
on June 9, und It Is certain that the
game with the P. A. Cs. will be or
dered played again.
The Walalua baseball team re
tired from the plantation league on
account of the ret of the teams
wanting to deprhe them of the
credit of a win that they had early
In the season. Solchl, the Japanese
who works In Honolulu but plays
on Sundays ut Walalua, where his
parents reside, appears to have caus
ed the trouble, but as Solchl was
lesldlug nt Walalua when the game
stricken from the winning list was
played, it Is hard to understand the
The pictures being shown at the
llouine this week nro of much In
leiost, and "tiie-lally to members
of the Portuguese colony. A com
plete nim of the celebrntlnn of "Sail
duhrlel Da" at Pearl Harbor shows
tho arrival of Commander Pinto
llusto nud otneers, thu grand parade
and the ladles ot tho refreshment
committee. Another Is "the Prince
a fine exhibition ot sailing.
"Scotiy" Meston returnod on the
Sierra (his morning and Is around
town calling on his old friends.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
u We iTreat
You well hejM 1 You'll lifous!
No hurry take your time, get comfort
ably fixed, and enjoy a drink mixed just
"It's The Fashion"
ut Pearl Harbor." In addition to
action of the plantation league au-,thls. Mime good vauduvlllu Is on tho
thorltles. rlll f Howard sisters, wtin sing
. la catchy song or two and do some
Msilcfr k'opS, are the i
will start up at Mounalua, und the of t!il pir' of the program.
following lot of plajers will probii
lily be on hund to mo the fun: liar
old Dillingham, R. W. Atkinson.,'
deorge Dcntsnn, Robert Shingle,
John riemlng, S.im llaldwln, Dr. W.
D. llaldwln, Major Potter, Alfred
Magoon, K. II, lwls, Arthur CJ II-
man. Dr. Hedemaun, Lnul Lemon,
Robert McCorristnu, Lieut. J. O.
Rogers of Kort Shatter, Harold Cob-
tle and Herbert Dowsett.
The 24-hour gn.as-you-please race!
that Ib to come off at the rink Is
attracting attention. It Is to bo
hoped that the hard cement floor he
covered with some material that
will make It easy for tho runners.
To attempt to run a long distance
on the pre eut Moor would bo fool
ish. The event Is scheduled to start
Immediately after tho Vkatlug mara
thon Is llnlshed on the evening of
The tickets for the Wasedn scries
at tho Athletic Purk are being dl
vlded among clubs formed by the
Japanese residents of Honolulu, and
a box plan will also be opened at
tho Chambers Drug Store. The
games will attract a hugo crowd on
Saturdu)s and Sundays, nnd tho se
ries should be a great success.
The Inter.lsland company will run
excursion boats to Kahulul for tho
Kourth of July races, and n very
reasonable price has been fixed for
the steamer tickets. Might dollars
will cover the trip by witter, and
doubtless hundreds of people who
can spare that amount wlll make.
The grammar school series will be
continued this afternoon, when the
St, Louis and Puliation teams will
meet on the Puuuhou field at half
past three o'clock. Tho Normal
Training School will p!ny the Roy
als on the Roys' Kleld, and tho game
wlllstart at 3 o'clock.
Hawaiian Opera House
NThc Oreat 1
I CO L A
Change of Program Tonight
Don't fail to see the Greatest Test
Ever Attemstcd. Tonight employes
of The Clarion will
NAIL NICOLA IN A BOX
Built under their own supervision,
Nicola agrees to escape without in
jury to the box, leaving it intact.
RESERVE YOUR SEATS EARLY
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c $1
SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY
Hotel near Fort
"The Two Jades'
The Y. M. C. A, Jiandbal! tournn
nvunt Is approaching Its end and
Decolto seems to hove the event
cinched. He has wou eight games
straight and appears to be too good
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WEDNECDAY AND SATURDAY
McQRATH AND PAIOE, Pavorite
R0WE AND MAYO, Comedians
SCENES OF SAN GABRIEL DAY
AT PEARL HARBOR
ADMISSION.., ...10c, ISo and 25c
ROSE & ROSE
Royal Hawaiian Duo
Admission 15c, 10c, Sc.
vaudeville at park.
Wnllner. the ttortiinu comedian,
at the Park Theater hit his audi
cme with' a laugh-letter last night
that kept them roaring until he was
through. Ills Impersonation of a
Herman mindc teacher or band lead
er, suggested a local celebrity In the
(Ulilleil-e. and. nice laughlliK, they
liccr stopped. The Ihsons han
changed their hill, nnd have Imt
nothing ot their Initial Interest by
the change The jounger sister
glM'K n dnuce that brings npplause,..
and they all ininbtiie In a iiiuMc.U
sketch that Is ns good as their llr't
one. Miss Klllot does her share nl".
12.fi"" outertnliilng with a tnng and
jJJ, dance. With all theto Anudetllle
I features, the Park Is playing to big
lludleiices, The feature picture is
Scenes On the Columbia River."
Fort Street Below Beretinia
THE IBS0NS Musical Novelties
MINETTE RHODES Serio-Comio '
CARL WALNER Whistler
MOTION PICTURES. ,
Admission Sc, 10c, 15c,