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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. , T. II:. MONDAY. JUNE . 191,0. . ... 7 . Hj
I ' "'in OAHU LEAGUE. " AMUSEMENTS. ' " jjjgB
'"jlfr i SPORTS twowpstv.,v- 1
II- j i-hm
I ( Wtehave just received a shipment
Spalding Tennis Rackets
Also have in stock the latest
Spalding Tennis Ball, the one the
experts use. You should try it.
All kinds of Tennis Goods at
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W. C. PeacocK & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W delWer toNdl parti of the city "twice dailj.
Teiephon. 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
Good cheer and plenty of it with
DICK SULLIVAN at
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co,
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Neuinan Clook Co.
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1QOA1 - FOREIGN ,. a. cs. defeat c. a. cs., II inc urc-ai , k, W
7- ' P. A. CS. BEAT MARINES, 1 C ftW! I
FORREST TOO FAST
WORLD'S RECORD WAS
Frcitai Skates Well and Gets Into
Second Place Only Four Men
Finish Full Diitancc.
One hour, thlrty-clght minute
anil forty-four and ono fifth seconds
niter ho hud started out nti tho Mar
athon, skating race, Joe Forrest llcw
over the finishing line, nnd placed
his nume on tho tup for tho second
time. Ho skated In excellent fasti
lon right throuRh, and no ono cIbo
hail h chance ugninsl lilin. Ficltaa
tlnlshod second, and tho jotingatcr
did well considering his ago and
size. Frank Marcus got lulu third
place, and Martin was fourth, Thcso
wcro the only men to finish, us out
of the cloon men who started, seven
tell out at different stages uf the
Hlght at the start Forrest dnshed
uwny In tho lead and toon had a
substantial gap between him and tho
second mnii, Krcltas, who was fol
lowed rloHOly by Markham. As the
course, had been surveyed to make.
17 1.4 taps to tho mile, tho scor
ing wns difficult In keep track of anil
the times for tho miles wcro nut
Forrest led all tho way, and U
was evident that ha was out fur a
record. Ho cut out tho ten miles
In 34 mln. 23 sec. and was going
strong at that mark. There were
only five 'utllirv skaters .In tho nice
at that time, and no ono had n
chance with tho leader.
At twehe miles Forrest was slow
log up a little, and Krcltas gain
ed some on tho leader, Martin was
Bkatlng along In good stylo, although
ho looked tired, lie hud a fall that
seemed to bother III in a lut, but ho
stuck to his work gamely. Young
Krcltas was tho favorite with every
body, nnd ho wns urged on to do
his best even after he looked all In.
At fifteen miles there wero only
four men In tho race, and tho re
sult, barring accidents, Was a cer
tainty as rogurda first, second and
third plai'o l'orrcst had quickened
up his paro In order to have n
chance at beating tho record of 1 lir.
35 mln, 2-S sec.
At twenly-threo miles Krcltas was
una mlje. behind Forrest, and both
men wore skating well. Tho twen.
ty miles, wore covered In 1 hr. 14
mln. 5 Mic, and the leader, l'orrcst,
looked all over a winner.
At the flnlsh Forrest sprinted' at
top speed fur ton laps, but ho had
no show of beating the record. It
lu had not Blowed up In tho earlier,
stages of tho race ho might have
got Inside rtlio figures, but at the
finish on Saturday night Forrest was
over three minutes to thu bad.
Tho race was not us Interesting
as tho first ono, and tho scoring ar
rangements wcro faulty Tho track
should have been made an even num
ber of lups to tho mile, and a lot of
the preparations that wero made on
Saturday night might easily havo
been seen to during tho aftornoon.
Much time was takon .up' in figur
ing on a blackboard, and tho exact
number of laps to bo run took somo
time to c)phor out. The next raco
should bo arranged better, nnd a
prompt Btart made Instead of half
an hour lato as on Saturday last.
a' - '
, You well here. YouU like us.
No hurry--take your time, get comfort
ably fixed, and enjoy a drink mixed just
Hotel near Fort
H.G.C. WIIIS OPfflltti
Bithop & Co. Eleven Makes Small
Total Morse Bits Well for
On Saturday afternoon the cricket
season opened with a match between
the Honolulu Crlckot Club and the
lllshop & (Jo. elcvcij. Tho former
(earn won by n a ore W 4 I to 'i'l, and
a strnngo coincidence it that Morso
equaled tho lllshop Jscoio alone, u
ho made 22 runs. Tho II. C. C. total
was jxuctly twice us much us their
opponents', Moiso butted In fine
sljle for tho bankers, and ho car
lied his bat out Into tho bargain.
Ills hitting wa cilsp and strong,
and he will, as the season goes on,
probably got a centur' or two.
Hob Anderson did, not get going
properly, nnd he only inado nine
runs. That, however, wus the sec
ond top score, and Ilobcrt showed
signs of not being, very much out of
form. Nona of tho lllshop bunch
got lulu dbuhlo figures, and the top
scorer wag Ilalrd, who made nine.
There wns a fair-sited crowd prcs
ent, but It did not seem like old
times with poor old' Vl'ggo Jacobscn
absent from his post a 'scorer. Three
CIiIiiclo p'njorr wero ou tho lllshop
team, and En Vnto managed to hit
lip tin run In noOd style. A. Knu
also broko his, duck egg and mado
two. K. Clilng was bowled by Ma'
lean for a cypher.
Tho full scores were as follow:
HISIIOP & CO.
J. M. Mncconcl, run out 0
W. Simpson, li Anderson 4. i
I. CwUmrii, b Morse,
Y. Jnmleson, c Jlalley, b Ander
son ..... ....', ii
A. Ilalrd, c Andean, ti Wlnkley, 11
T. P. W. Oray,. icf,Ualley.. l, Ah;.
Jlerson .... ???.'' I . . ?7.-. 'l
0. WnterhoiibO, cfllallcy, b An.
dereou , o
II. Lewis, b It. A. Jordan 0
A. Kan. c and b Wlnkley,.' 2
K. Chlng, i Maclean.,"', ...,..,. o
l"n Ynte, not out . ,
HONOLULU CRICKET CLUI1.
N. Decrr, li Simpson iWtJ o
II. I). Ilalley, c Kau, b Simpson.. 1
J, K, M. Maclean, b Cockburn... 2
It, A. Jordan, b Simpson 0
II. 0. Wlnkloy, run out 3
L. 0. Iltnckman, c Gray, b Cock
C. 1. Morso, not out. . . . ....... 22
W. Cralk, retired hurt
It. Anderson, o Slnipton, b Ilalrd,. 9
J. II. Flddes, c and b Slmpfon... 3
E. K. Melanphy, b Co.kburu 0
H H ti
DOTS AND DASHES.
I'cnson, Smith & Co, beat a base
ball team from the Union Feed Co.
estorduy morning at Anla I'ark.
The scoro wus 18 -to 6, and the
plajcrs seemed to bo scoring all the
8am Hop Is going strong on his
program for June 11, nnd ho reck
ons that his poem, which may up.
pear tomorrow, will draw a big
crowd to the Athletic Park,
There will be a meeting of tho
Amateur Association this afternoon
at Lorrln Andrews' office and tho
matter of affiliation with the main
land body will bo threshed out.
Tho Vineyard baseball nine for
feited to the Liberties yesterday, and
tho game was declared lost "by Urn
plro Henry Akl.
SEASON OPENS WITH
GOOD PRACTICE OAME
NEW PLAYERS SHOW
RARE GOOD FORM
Fort Shaftcr ' Officers Getting Into
Game Ponies Arc in Fine Con
dition and Eager or Fray.
Polo Is omo again under way, and
on Saturday afternoon scion playorc
turned up nt Squlro Damon's beau
tiful Moaunlua Held to havo a prac
tlso game. Several now men put In
an appearance, and among thorn two
officers from Korl Shaftcr woro prom
inent. Hob McCorrlston was also a
now player, and ho showed up well
In Iho prnctlso. Ho scored a goal
during ono period nnd showed that
he has tho makings of a good polo
(leorgo Den I so n wng Micro In
every department of the game, and
ho shnwed the newer men n lot of
points. Harold Dillingham, brother
of the great Walter, was also on the
Hold, iiimI ho plajcd up well. The
Dillingham famll) all lako to sorts
Ilka ducks lo Woollcy's dope, and as
soon as Walter hns goltcn overalls
hone) moon ho will surely be seen in
the saddle onco more.
Lewis, another veteran at the
game, was out on Saturday, and ho,
Dillingham nud Lemon played sev
eral periods against Lloiit. Ilodgcrs,
McCorrlston and Denli-oii, Tnb
twenty-minute halves were plajcd,
and In the flnl half three goals were
scored. Denlson hit two beautiful
goals Jifter Mno dashing runs, do'wij
tho flelil, 'andi'McCorMstoii. taking a
pass floni Ilodgcrs, scored ono more.
For the other side Dillingham
fcored after the ball had been car
ried back and forth over the (leld
several times. The angle that he
dopped the ball through at was n
difficult one, and the stroke was a
Shortly afterwards Lemon took a
pass from Dillingham and, from
light In front of goal, scored (for the
so:oml tlmo. There was no fnriucr
scoring, and tho gamo ended 3 to 2
In favor of tho Denlson combination.
The piny wus promising for a first
attempt, and considering that the
ponies were a trifle 'soft, tho prac
tise game wus 'fast enough.
Llcutcnioil Ilodgcrs und Sergeant
Pickering had four ponies win
them, and tho outfit Is a good look
lug one. The Fort Shaftcr player
bhould do well with a llttlo practise
and It Is certainly good to see an
other branch of the sorvlco getting
Into thb game. Tho Fifth Cavalrj
plajers also me u flue bunch and
they will make thn Oahu nnd Maul
plajers do their bost this season
Tho Cavalry o fillers have been pruc
Using on their boautlful ground,
nnd although uovcral of their well
known players have left for the
mainland, they are still able to get
a good team together.
Next August there will be come
games at hospitable l.ellchua, and
cvorjoue who hns had the pleasure
of Usltlng the barracks knows how
well visitors are treated hero. It
Is a plensura (o visit l.ellchua and
participate in the entertainment
provided by the officers of the rifth.
Next Wednesday there will lie an
other practise game nt Mounulua,
and ever) ono who ran munago to
get out should make It a point of
being present when tho hall Is first
thrown Into pluy. '
"The Two Jacks"
Manila Player in Game for the First
Time One Decision Is Dis.
puted, but Two Runs Count
eighteen hundred fans attended
at the Athletic I'ark jcatcrday nft
ernoon, and tho rooting was. us vig
orous ns has' ever been honid at tho
popular ball grounds. Tho grand
stand was filled, and tho bleachers
on the Hwa sldo could not hold tho
crowd. Tho day was n dlsiigrccnblo
one for ball playing, ns a gaic wns
blowing and tho dust blow onto tho
grandstand In clouds. Still, the two
games were cujojed and tho big
gathering kept things moving all tho
Tho first game wub between tho
C. A. Cs. nnd J. A. Cs , nod It was
won by tho latter nliio by a score
nf 8 to I. Thoro wns one decision
of Harney Joy that ennio In for a lot
of criticism, but ha tho pcoplo In a
position to sec, seem about evenly
divided about the affair, It Is hard
to say who Is correct,
in tho sixth Inning lions hit n
hall toward first nnd right along thn
line. The ball, from whero t lie
11 u I I o 1 1 li man was sitting, ap
peared to be fair, but there uro doi-
!ii of others who claim to have been
Jlttlng In n Mil" with tho homo
plate and first, nud the swear the
ball wns foul. However, two runs
wcro scored on tho hit, nnd nfter
that tho C. A, Cs. did not show as
much Interest In tho gamo ns they
Two umpires would stop that sort
of thing, and It would save a lot of
trouble If there was one man to
watch the bases and ono the pitch
Ing, Joy can not bo In every place
it tho ono time, and ho Dad no
hnnco of getting oer lo the line
restcrday when tho fair or foul
tako jour chol:o lilt was madn.
An how, the two runs made by
ie J.. A- C. atv that time, did not
"tijcli the match'." If-he result hn-l
been 6 to 4, Instead nf S to 4, It
would havo been Indeed a h'afd-JucH
tale for tho Chinese.
The second game was put up by
the P. A. Cs. and tho Marines. Tho
latter nine had thieo new men on
the diamond and they were nil said
'o be Manila champions. Wcldntnnn,
who hold down third baso for tho
half-wets, made qtilto a splash at
tho start, and lie hit out two flno
two-baggors. Then he slumped tor
rlbly and mado two bad errors at
third. Ho scometl to amuso tho
crowd a lot, but tho jells of Iho
fans did not seem to worry him
niuih; ho still strodo along In u
cool, deliberate way. It was lu tho
teventh Inning that Wcldmaiin cov
ered hluncif with glory (?). Tho
I'ortiiguu.L had ull tho bases full,
jud 111 nea was In tho box. Weld
matin, who Is the new captain of
tho Marines, stepped up to lllncs
and, after u fow words, took tho ball.
Hero was u chance, lo fan tho next
two men and nave the day for tho
Marines, Hut thcro wns nothing do
lug Hi thu suvlug lino yestetday, as
Wotdmunn guvo otio mun his base by
hitting him with tho ball, und
Sonres was forced homo. Then tho
uoxt man up 19 bat was given u
pnss on halls, and another I'ortu-
guese was forced home. Tho trag
edy was awful, and tho spectators
couldn't bellovo their ejes.
Tho P. A, Cs. finally won out by
a b-coie of 10 to f, and they now
Bhnre the lead In tho Oahu League
with tho J, A. Cs. With Krcltus In
tho box, the I. A, Cs. do well, but
Deponto bccms to bo easy to tho op-
poutnc teams. Tho official scores of
both games ure as follower
C. A. C.
Itil lis 100000 0 301
Iluce hits 0 2 2 0 0 10 3 08
J, A. C.
Huns 00100232 8
Ilaso lilts 0 A 1 0 03 2 1 b
Three-bane hit, A. Akaua; two-
base tilt, AValkor; sacrifice hits, L.-
,kana, nice, Kealoha; left 011 baso3.
C. A. C. 16, .1. A. C. C; first baso on
errors, 9, A. C. 5, J. A. C, 4: doubly
play, nice to Franco; struck out, "X
Kealoha 8, Apau 6; bases 011 called
balls, off Koaloha C, Apau 3; pass
ed ball, lloopll. Umpire, II, Joy;
ccorer, W. Kaposo; time of game, I
hour uj minutes.
U. 8. M. C.
Huns 0320000 0 5
Iiase hits 02110010 0 C
P. A. C.
Huns 30010033 10
llaso hits .,,,.20010133 10
Two-base hits, llajea, Weldmanii,
Depoute, Itego; loft' 011 bases, Ma
rines 9, P. A. C, C; first baso on er
rors, Marines C, P. A. C 3; double
plaja, Claw to llajes to Davis, Wil
liams unassisted: hit by' pitcher, A,
Joseph; 'struck, out, "by lllncs 2,
Weldmunn 1, Depoute 1, Freltas 3;
bases on called balls, oft lllncs 4,
Wcldmann 1, Deponto S, KrelnB 1;
G H . imi " . K9 A
LAST PERFORMANCE TONIGHT
Of the Great
And hi Select Compan; of Enter
tainers, prOt'ounccd by all
BEST SHOW EVER SEEN
The Most Sensational nnd Death
Defying Feat Etcr Attempted
Nicola will lie -
LOCKED IN A MILK CAN
Filled with wntcr, locked and real-
cd. He must escape while holding
his breath or drown.
YOUIl LAST OITOUIt'NITY TO
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ADMISSION 10c, ISo and 25c
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THE IBS0NS Musical Novelties
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Admission 5c, 10c 15o.
Comer Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
FEATURE FILM: jJJ
. Roosevelt Irf
' Africa V 'rj
wild pitches, Uepoote 3, lllnes 1;
passed balls. Klmiiiel 2; luulhgs
pitched, by Mines 6, Woldmann 2;
lills, off lllncs 7, Wcldnmmi 3. Um
pire, II. Joy; rcorcr, W,' Iluposo;
tlmo of game, 1 hour 40 lnlnutcj.
n n n
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho mixed double tennli t-liam.
plonshin will start un this after
noon, und thcio are term couples In
no tournament. Mli llumliaoi and
fllirnpa flrffiu n lit a n,i,l .ttliAw
three matches will be plajcd onithe
unretanla courts. The following nro
tho entries; Mr nnd Mrs. J. Water
house, MU Howell and Dccrr, Mls.1
Word and It. Cooke. Mltu Itlcli.inli
and Clark, Mra. nnd Mr. CllVe D.i-
vles nnd Mra. coulter and Nowell.
Nelson b looking well Sua fcclliiV
good. The Honolulu lad kuow.sjLhat
he Is nplng up ugnliiBt n real 'good
.maotu 1'a.t jdinoiiruut tlieru is 110
slcnift fear about Kilobit. lie will
ft fn and do his best under nnr clr-
ciimstnti(.rs, ninl he will l.ave the
Bjniputlilca of n lot ot local people,
with him, " . "" '
The standing ot tho team lu tho
Oahu league ore at follows:
P. W. L. Pet.
J, A. C 6 -M 2 .067
P, A, C 0 I 2 .607
C. A, C 6 3 3 ,500
U. S. M. C C I 5 ,167.
The C A. C. Jrs. 'beat thofMu'
Hocks jfBterday morning at Die
Athletic Park by a score of 6 to p.
The other game was between tho
Asahls and Palamns, and It resulted '
Hi tho PulaniiiB being whitewashed
to the tuno of fi to 0,
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