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' EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, 11.. SATURDAY. OUNK 4. 1910. nt V iSSt
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"Evening Bulletin 756 Per Month
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ti athletla'chibs me Invited to edict 11
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(IS Aildrt'SN till ruinuiunicailiiiin to it
MISS RICHARDS GOES """' "" ,; " " ' '
DOWN IN DEFEAT
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tt June 4 Fort aimftiT mi. Port tt
tt HuRcr; N. 0, It, vb. Marines, tt
tt Jnno 5 llcwiillnl Co. va. Fifth tt
lounp r layer tnowj Jbiasucs or tt
Brilliant Form, but Chanto on tt
Too Strong Mixed Doublci on tt June 8 Kwn v. Wnlanae,
Monday. tt o.hu Leaau..
K TIII.UTIC I'AKK,
Yesterday afternoon on ttio Iloro- ti Jn 5 J, A. C. v. c.
tnnla courts tlio final of tho ladloa' tt Marine vs. P. A. C.
liiKlea championship of tho Hawaiian tt Oahu Juniors.
Islands was played, nnd resulted In W Juno 5 As.ihl vs. I'alnmns;
TWO GOOD GAMES
set for Sunday
JAPANESE VS. CHINESE,
AND P. A. CS. VS. C, A. CS,
the former champion rctalnlnc the'" hocks vs. C. A. C. Jrs,
honors sho won last i ear. Miss Itulli tt INTEItNATIONAL OAMHS.
Richards wns the runner up and she. J" July 3 Waseda , Oahu I.eague.tt
(i ekstinor Marathon. tt
tt Juno 4 Princess lllnk. tt
tt Qolf. t:
Ithouch defeated two sets stralsht.
CO, G-0, allowed that sho Is possessed
or som0 Kood strokes. Mlss'ltlchards
hns a fine overhand smash which sho
3 n HD ouv iiinuvn iiiuiii l'u!
It would be pood for the preient j:
Iilon If she had a smash like Miss',,
tl Trap Shooting.
tt Juno 8 Weekly Cup.
tt Horse Racing.
brines off as she rushes toward tho!M J,mo "four Hull Tournameot. tt
June 19 t)ursoim'. ,
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The first set elcrday was rather a' Tenr-I
runaway affair, for Mrs. Coulter brd-u Jllnp .-Annual championship,
ly made n mistake and scored point ,tt Jlnle cMlxed Doubles Cham
after point In quick order. Miss Rich- u plonthlp
ard. hail hard luck on many occasions. Jmiu nj,,,,,, TolrtlB
as sho time after time Just hit the top n mcnti
of tho net with strokes that would ti ' Yachting.
Iinve been point Kettors If they had tt June 6 Macfarlane Cup.
gone over tho net. a Juno 16 Goternor's Cup
Mrs. coulter served In groat form July b sea wren Kace.
and she got a big percentage of be
first serve In. When the champion Is
really on tho Job wlth'hcr sorvlcn ahn
Is as good as a man nlaver anil tho. 8 WAII.UKIJ,
naco sho gets up Is remarkable for a :t J"' 4 Jntor-Island ;wet
Then tho chamnlon nlnycd somo lino
torenrm drives and It was n treat to
see her do this Insloail .ot-relylnK on
her backhand all tho time. Miss WoJ)-
arus was found out or position many
times, and one of the champion's drives
would bo put past her before she real
lied that the hall was on Its way back
The second set was a repetition of
tho first one as Mrs. Coulter mado ev
ery stroke a winner, nnd rapidly ran
out 8 0. Miss nichnrds did some good
smashing work, hut lost too many
points otherwise, and tho champion
won with case. Two sets out of thrco
wore all that were noeessary, and tho
end ot tho match saw Mrs. Coulter
firmly established as lady champion
"On Monday afternoon tho mlxod dou
bles will start, tand tho drawings for
same will ho mado this afternoon.
Thcro aro not many entries for this
event, and It Is a pity that It Is so, as
mixed doubles aro -tho best posslblo
way to Improvo the gamo plajed by
8n far only rour pairs havo entered
for the mixed doubles, and they aro
as follows: Miss Richards and Clark,
Mies Sewall and Decrr, Miss Ilurnham
and Barnes, Mrs. Coulter and Nowcll.
Tho last named pair look to be about
the strongest In the tournament and
they. should win easily enough.
The championship tournament has
bocn a groat success, and somo really
good play has boen seen on tho litre
tanla and Pacific courts. A. U Castle
is single champion, Cooko and Cooko
hold tho doubles, Mrs. Coulter is lady
ojhampton, nmflhero only remains the
mixed doublo championships to bo de
It tt M
St. Louis Col I ego haseuall nine de
feated tho Punahous yesterday after
noon by a score ot 3 to 2, and tho gamo
was very exciting. Tho Royal School
also beat tho Training School by a
score ot 7 to 4. Tho Saints, by their
wln.Mvo cinched tho championship
although tho series is not yet pan.
tt Trins Pacific Yacht R.-ea.
tl July 9 Start from San Pedro.
tt Wnrlfl'n r.hmnlnmSln ClnM
It July 4 jiinie, Jeffries vs. Juck tt
n jounKon. tt
tt .Polo. "tt
tt August Inter-lHland Tournament, tl
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Dodge modal has been awarded
to W. II. Hoogs, who. graduates front
Pmiahou Boon audi proceeds to Har
vard Unlvcrtlly. i;;e tnrfal Is given
each year to tho best ;ilt round ba'se
ball player on tho senl-.r team.
Tho strikeout record In the nine
Inning game was made by Charles
Sweeney of Providence, when ho
mado twcnty.one Ronton players fan
the air In 1883.
Longest major league game was
twenty-four luiilngs and was played
between the Athletics and llOJtuns,
at lloston, Sept, J, 1900; score 4 to
1. ' '
The greatest number of stolen
bases was made by Harry Stnvey
of the Athletics In 1888, when he
pilfered lfifi bags.
The greatest number of victories
In a playing season was made In
190(t by tho Chicago Nationals,
when they captured 110 games.
The greatest number of games
pitched In a season was seventytwo,
by Kadbourne, of Providence, In
Tho strikeout record for a season
by a pitcher Is hold by nubo Wad
dell that or .101 made by him In
Longest distance throw was made
by John Hatfield In llrooklyn, Oct.1
Ifi, 1872; distance 400 feet 74 In
Juniors Will Play in Morninir Se
nes at Interesting Stace En
Sue It All Right Again Much
limorrow nfurr.'on nt lb" Vikllc
Park tho Oahu '.c&guo w'll continue
Its series, and two Interesting games
win. be plajed. Tho first, which is
scheduled to start at l!30 o'clock,
will bo betwiMBi the Japineso Alh
letlcs and tho Chinese A'bletlrs. Tho
second game will bo put up by the Por
tuguese Athletics nnd llio Marine nine.
The J. A. Cs. won the championship
mm year, tint mis jeis- nicy wilt have
tc play hard to dcfe.it the tvrl uf h
teams. Tho Portuguese hae Improved
wonderfully and are now playing good
'Inside" ball. Soares nnd Freltas are
I'Miig flno work as tho bittery, And tho
rest or the team aro dom will enough.
The Portuguese had hard luck lart
Sunday. lor, although 'they had tho
Chlneso beaten to a frattle, a bad de
cision or the umpire In the last hull
or tho ninth will doubtless causa tho
game to bn ieplaed . The meeting to
decide the matter will be hold on
Thursday next, nnd ir tho C. A. Ci
protest Is upheld, tho gamo will bo
ordered replayed at tho end or the
Tho second game tomorrow will be
between tho Chlneso and Marines, and
the hair wets are determined to down
their dldtlme opponents If possible,
Tho Marines are changing a lot and
last Subday neither Gibson or lilnos
appeared In tho box. Peyton and
Adams did their best, but tho services
of "dibble" were much needed.
Tt Is reported that throe first class
ball players will arrive from Manila
In tho near future, and that the mon
who aro being transferred from one
Marine Corps to another, will be a
great acquisition to the local halt-wet
The C. A. C.b will hao Chi Ilul and
Ap.tu on tho Job tomorrow, and a
strong pair they aro when In rorm.
En Sue has almost recovered from his
sprained anklo and he will give the
tans a tasto ot his quality at stealing
bases This dashing joung player is
a great favorite with all tho followers
or the, game and when he goos up to
bat eo,) body sits up and takes no
Tho Marines may try Oibson In tin
box but nothing Is certain at present:
tho Camp Very boys neod a good
pitcher, and if Oibson and Ulnes would
only get Into condition thoy would fill
the bill to tho satisfaction of everybody.
Tho Oahu Juniors will play In the
morning at tho Athletic Pork and two
games will bo fought out. Tho Asahlr
and Palamas will' play tho Irst and
the Mil Hocks and C. A, C. Juniors
will put .up the second. These minor
players gtvo goodj exhibitions uf ball
and quite a number of fans roll up to
sea tho youngsters at work.
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Polo will start up this afternoon and
a practice gamo will bo played by a
number or tho members or tho club
at Moanaluu. At least ten players ore
expected to turn out, and tho ground
Is said to be In oxcollent condition.
Tho Military I civile i.etles will be
continued at the League wounds this
afternoon, and two rum-i will be
plajed. Port Ruger will meet Fort
Shatter and tho First Jnfantry will
piny the Marines.
You well-tee., Youffilike us.
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Some Interesting Notes On Tamous
Plays That Came Through Al
right Ty Cobb's Tricks.
In baseball today there nre two
kinds ot tennis, tmH tho llnscbal!
Magazine. One mechanical, working
second hand, an It were, with the
Inside gnme down to a science. Tho
other a collection or Individual slug
gem, who rare not n whit for sig
nals or Inside ball. Whl'h or these
two will, In the long run, be the
more successful! Neither. It's about
a tost up between them The best
team Is not the team that Is per
fectly mechanical, nor jet the tenm
that pays no attention to Inside
work. Rather Is It a team compos
ed of good hitters, and brainy play
ers, who will not bn afraid to un
things of their own accord, jet wmi
will have mastered the fundamen
tals of Inside baseball. This com
bination will beat anything It goes
up against, In the course of a sen-
4on, though, perhaps, not In a Short
series The New York National team
or 190ti, the Pittsburg team or 1909.
and the Detroit Tigers of the past
three years, were Just such tennis
and they were' successful.
' Hut there nre n few players in the
game today who do things or their
own accord regardless. They could
be nlmost counted on one's fingers
Cobb of Detroit, Wagner nnd Clark
of Pittsburg, Collins of Philadelphia,
Lord and Speaker of Dostuu, I.ujolo
of Cleveland, Devlin and Mathew.
son of the New York Nationals,
("vers or Chicago and Chase of the
New York Americans. That's about
all, and strangely enough tlte list
otnprlses the rent, undented stars
of baseball. Kvcryono or theso play
ers Is great. The fan stands up and
wave his hut and howls every time
any of, them steps up to the plate,
its kiiuws uo can oxpcci somo oi
the dare-devil, unexpected brand of
play so dear to his heart. Let any
one of these chaps get In base, an I v et...t i a . ;
neither their fellow-playors nbrtheiri 0lt otreetjklow BereUnii
opiou.nts knew what-' liable to-,, , ,. , , ... ?
hpPcn T.My're sure or but onoTHE KSONS-Musical Novelties
thing something startling In euro to'MINETTE RHODES Serio-Comto'
be pulled off,
Ty Cobb went clear around to third
In one or the games Detroit playea
the Cubs, on u short hit to right
center. Ordinarily it would havo
been a double. Johnny Kvers had
zone out n little way1 from the bag
to get I loft man's return of tho ball,
and "Ty," knowing that tho little
Cub would expect to find htm on
second, turned the bag in a cloud
of dust and kept plugging. Sure
enough, Kvers did Jump In, attempt
ing to make a play at his base, but
he started with surprise when ho
aw t e runnor tearing toward third,
le recovered qulrkly and threw to
Stdlurclit, bit tho Detrolter beat
Kvers himself Often goes from first
to third on a bunt, or from first to
homo on a single, Ilo-gets away
with tt, because It Is unexpectoa.
Kddle Collins came second .to Cobb
In stolen bases In 1909, Ho ran
wild took all kinds of crazy cuan
es, but the result showed the worth
ot the risk, Harry Lord of lloston
Is not a 'wonderfully rast runner.
yet, he steals tar more than his share
ot bases computing by tho general
average, more thnn many a rpced
ler, but less Intelligent runner. He
knows when to try to steal. When
ever he thinks there's a chance, no's
off. No wait for a signal for him.
Yet each and every ono of these
stars knows Inside baseball, and nev
er throws away a chance to win a
game by seeking for somo addition
al personal glory. That's why they're
the great players they 'are.
It tt 11
mm to rat fobe
Nigel Lost Money on Last Affair,
out wiu Tempt fortune once
Nigel Jackson, although a bit down-
hoartcd over tho outcome of his' fifteen
miles race afTuIr, In which ho enmo
out n loser to the tune of sixty dol
lars, Is dotcrmlned' to havo another
go at pleasing (ho Bportlng public. It
was a "certainty that If tho day had
been flno last Monday, a big crowd or,
pcoplo would' havo attended at the
League grounds. As It was tho rain
spoiled things and kept tho crowd
away. Jackson deserves a boost as
he lias doroted months tho arranging
foot races and other events, from
which ho has derived little or no benefit.
The Marathon Kid has decided to
pull oft a.prugram of snorts on Karao
hameha Day, and ho has arranged
porno icvonta thnt, will keop the crowd
that should attend. In good humor.
A ono-inlle walk will start tho ball
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MOVING PICTURES i
rolling, nnd all those who saw Ayrcs"
nnd Dick Btill'lvan raco last Monday,
must hanker tor another go or tho
snmo sort. A hundred yards dash and
a 440-yards run will also bo on 'tho
program. Then a mllo run should'
provide a rast raco and a slashing go
should result. A flvo-mllo run will at
tract tho best dlshwco men In tho
Territory, and some of tho records
will surely gp when Kaoo, Hayes, Or
nollas and some othors gel together,
Tho comlo part; or n day's fun hai
not been forgotten and n greasy" poo
will bo provided. At the top of tho
polo a twenty dollar gold pleco will
bo resting and the man who scales
tho polo will got the coin
Jackson deserves 'a helping hnnd an
lie took a big chanco on tho last raca '
nnil lout nut en Ilia tiriitiialH... nfi.a -
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