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BVENtNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.VH.. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1&-10.
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Good cheer and plenty of it with
DICK SULLIVAN at
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
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MIXED DOUBLES ARE
Mrs. Coulter and Nowell Look Good
to Fan, Mn. and Mr. Water
house Will Show Up Well in
Yesterday afternoon 'the mixed
double champlonshlpyuf tho Hawai
ian Islands was started, and three
match were played In the tourna
ment. This event Is a very popular
one, and every ear there Is keen
rivalry shown by the different plaj
ers This year Is ,110 exception, and
seven couples' nre entered for tho
Tho crowd at the lleretonla courts
yesterday wa not so large ns D
might have been, but still a fair
number of tennis fans turned out to
watch the play. Mrs. Coulter's play
was watched with Interest, as every
body wished to slie up the champion
of Hawaii, and figure on her chances
on the mainland against tho world's
In the first match yesterday, No
well and Mrs. Coulter proved to be
too strong for Mr. and Mrs. T. tilve
Davles. and beat them 6.0, 6-1. The
;hnmplon played In excellent fasu
Ion and she was well backed up bv
Nowell. who did some flnS smashing
The next match contested was
that between Miss Ward and H.
Cooke and Miss Richards ant) Clark
It resulted In a win for the former
pajr, who defeated their opponepta
8.0. 9-7. .TheJlrst set wo, s run-
away affair for Cooke'and Miss Ward
but In the second the play was clos
er and some good rallies were seen.
Miss Richards did some good volley.
Ing and she showed remarkable nc
tlvty In getting over the court.
Mrs. arid Mr. Wuterhouse once
more showed how well they play to
gether by defeating Miss Sewall and
Dee,rr 8-8, 6-1, 6-4. The nrst Bet
was a hot one. and there were many
long-sustained rallies that brought
applause from the spectators. The
set was fought out to the lust point,
and the result was In doubt right
up to the finish, when Deerr and his
partner took the two necessary
games to win a 'vantage set.
Then the Waterhouses got going
In style and, making almost every
stroke a winning one, took the set
to one game. ie third set was
closer, ntid MlaF Sewall showed up
to advantage In It. She played bet
ter than she did In the second set
and almost ns well as In the first.
Mr. and Mrs. Waterhouse were, how
over, too strong, and after their op
ponents had made four games, -the
married; people took two moi-o and
with them the set and match.
This afternoon Miss llurnham and
Ilarnes will play Mrs. Coulter and
Nowell, and It Is expected that the
latter pair will win. R. A. Cooke
and Miss Ward will play Mr. and
Mrs. Waterhouse, and a fine .strug
gle Is looked forward to by all the
fans. The winners of today's
matches will piay off In the final,
and that will end the annual cham
pionship tournament ot this ear.
Cullen. who sailed the Made In
the Macfarlane cup race last Sun
day, has protested against tho cup
going to the Maggie. The stake
boat was misplaced at WnUlKi, ana
the race w.111 have to ho resalled
No hurry take your time, get comfort
ably fixed, and enjoy a drink mixed just
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
8 Secretaries and managers
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send tl
St In tho dates of any events which it
tt thoy may l)o getting up, for In- t
it scrllon miller tho above hejd. t
tt Address all communications to I
It tho Sporting Editor, 11 ill Ic tin. J
tt Baseball, V
tt MILITARY I.KAOUC. f
tt Juno II N. O. II vs. Fort Shaf- tt
tt ter; Marines vs. Hospital Co. tt
tt Juno 12 Cavalry vs. Fort linger, tt
tt PLANTATION LRAU11E.
tt June 12 Ewa vs. Walpahu. tt
it Oahu League. 11
tt ATHLRT10 PAJIK. tt
tt June 12 Marines Hr-J, a. C; C. tt
tt A. C. vs. P. A. C. a
t Oahu Juniors. n
a June 12 Pnlamns vs. C A. C. a
a Jrs.i Mn Hocks vs. Asahls. a
INTERNATIONAL OAMK8. a
a July 3 Waseda vs. Oahu League, a
a Skating Marathon. M
a June 10 Princess Rink. . a
tt 'Qalf. tt
a COUNTRY CLtin. tt
a June 11 Four BnU Tournament, tt
a Honolulu cLun. a
a June 19 Foursome. a
a Cricket.. It
a June 11 Match. a
a Tennis. a
a June 7 Annual championship, a
a June 5 Mixed Doubles Cham- a
a plonihlp a
tt June 11 Progressive Tourna- tt
a ment. , tt
a June 2(! flovernor's Cup Race, tt
a July 6 Sea Wren Race. tt
a Trap Shooting. H
a June 8 Weekly Cup, tl
a Horse -Racing. t:
t WAILUKU. V
t July 4 Inter-ttland meet a
a Trins Pacific Yacht H:t. 1
a July 9 Start from San Pedro. a
a World's Championship Fight, tl
a July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack K
a Johnson. I'
a pioi a
a August Inter-Island Tournament, a
a tt t? tt 8 8 8 a- 1 h a. k a n n
f BE B C01WS
Pat Cornyn and Nel.on Will Battle
It Oat .Over Fifteen Bounds-
" Jock McFadden Is, getting every
thing ready for his boxing show
which Is to be pulled off at the Aloha
Park on Saturday night next. The
three packages ot stouth that wll
be handed out appear to lie the real
dope, and the main event 'will be an
Pat Cornyn Is training hard for
the contest with Nelson, and the
man from the Coast Is rapidly get
ting Into good condition under tho
eye of brother Dick. Put Is" a clever
lad, and has a punch that will bring
home the dough If landed In the
right spot. Dick Is at present wear.
Ing an eye that was certainly not
obtained by being hit by u pillow
ma) be Pat can tell something about
the discolored optic.
Nelson Is working out at Camp
Very and he looks well to tho eye.
This man has alwoys held his own
In the ring, but so far has not been
up against tho real article such ns
be will meet In Cornnv The ma
rine Is a trier and will go for his
man like a tiger, and It won't be
his fault If he does not win.
The preliminaries will be One
events and Jim Haoo will certainly
make Terrleu extend himself while I
he ! In the ring. Young Qans and
Simmons will also fight out a great
baitle. nnd tne sailor will have a big
gathering of fans behind him nt the
Aloha Park on Saturday night.
You welWel ,T6uiaM
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GREAT STUNTS FOR
WILL BE FINE SI0HT
Clark 'Cups to Be Contested For
Vaudeville Show on Big Stage
Dancing on Lanai Surfboard
Stunts by Youngsters.
Ihe Outrigger Canoe Club Is all
reaily for I8 series of saints on Kn
mehamelia eve, The sport will be.
gin about .1:30 p. in., ntid It's dol
lars to doughnuts or paddle that
they keep up until a. nun ml the last
extra car. There will be Hi 1 yoi.u
tier's regal In In' the atl'eriio.in, be
ginning with a canoe sailing ru In
winch Kddle Hutchinson and n.ilon
Magoon will try conclusions sailing
against the waves and before thein.
Then thero will be a three-paddle
rate for small bojs, a canoe rare In
which the contestants In each cation
will be brothers, a race between
surfboards and canned, and, most ex
citing of all, the big slx-pnddle can 00
Klghtcqn bays from up mauka will
fcliinpi. for Ilia ptnH hna now feuter.
ed upon a K)llcy of encouraging thiS
new pals to try their hands at buck
ing the waves and handling the
There will be a new course mark
ed out the Outrigger course and
It will not lead over shallow reefs or
way down the beach out of sight of
everyone. From tho new enlarged
Outilgger lanal the whole triangular1
course will be visible, and at no tlnu
will the racing canoe be beyond the
vltlon of the spectators ou tne Qut
Ine big event of the afternoon
will be the Clark cup surfing con
test. There will be a cup tor the
bent girl surfer, and one for tho
must skillful bo) surfer In the club.
There will also be 0 big silver Clark
cup for the brat canoe surfer; In
fnct, two cups for this event iue
for big surfing cunoes and one for
'mere will also be games In the
surf, boys standing on boards and
spearing Inflated bladders, and boyt
In canoes Jousting with long bam
boo canes. All this to give thn
oungslers an appetite for the chow
der that Ik nested from fi to 8 o'clock.
At 7:30, however, the boys who ar
to propel the canoes In the cnml
nl will report at Lewefg beech, and
at 8 shurp the procession ot Miami
nated canoes will jttnrt down the
beach (o the Outrigger Rrouhds. The
canoes, gay with, lunletusj will be
dragged over the beach and uiulioi
ed In the lagoon,
Just as soon as the canoeists gft
on thulr bathing suits, the dancing
will begin at bath hoteU.nnd at the
Outrigger (Jluli.' Hetween dances ou
the big; Outrigger lanal there will bn
n series of vaudeville titrns on the
big thlrty.foot stage built for tho
occasion. Kxp'ert surfboarders will
be sent out to the big rollers during
the evening with powerful distress
signal sticks that, attached to tho
bow of a surfboard and lighted, bring
out the athletic body of the standing
surfer as clear as day.
a a a
Emtua street ball plners defeat
erf the I'auoa nine hv a score of d
i0 3 on Sunday last,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1
. Enlletin Editorial Boom Phone 185
SHOWING W BUI
Waianae Defeats Ewa by "8 to 0
Fernandez Pitches jjn Fine
On Sunday last the plantation
league continued Its series, ntid at
Ewa the Waianae team defeated the
home nine by n store of 8 to 8, The
lsttors had a good time nt Ewa, ami
enoed eery mli.ulu of their slay.
There was n good gathering of fans,
and the rooting was Immense. All
the plantation men gathered around
thu diamond, nnd every hit of good
piny was the signal for cheers.
M, Simpson mid O. Mejer formed
the battery for the Wnluiues, nil I
the pilr did good work. Simpson
not only pitched a good game, but he
made three runs for his side. lie
Is a valuable man to his team and
nlwajs can be relied upon to help
out at a pinch.
For Kwn, Fernandez ntid Ellas
formed the attacking party, ami the
pitcher struck out no less than nine
men. This Fernandez Is a Mndy
twlrler and will be seen In better
ball company soon.
The olllcinl score waspy
Hung 02 4 100 10 8
llaso hits 1 2 4 0 1.0 1 1 1"
Runs r, 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Rase hits 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 .
Struck out, by Fernandez 9, Simp
son 3; b ises on balls, off Fornuiidez
1, Simpson fi; passed balls, Kilns 4;
1.1. ... -I.., 1 i.-tl tt. ,-...
1111 uy pui'iiru in ,Mrjci .,
double play, Kanolio to F. Meyer, j
Tlmo of game, 2 hours 6 minutes;
umpire, llaltencourt; scorer,'!!. Dy
TWEn HOUR m
ATIHACTS mi MLN
Seven Teams Will Strive for Honors
Russians to Take Fart in the
There will be plenty doing In the'
sporting line on Knmehnmehn Day
Ul!d Kvo, and besides the boxing
show, Oahu League, JunlpW sporlH'
nicetlng, baseball games and Outrlg -
ger stunts, there will be a .twenty-
four hours go-ns-)uu please race run I
oft. Several teams hne entered for,
the race, and the uffalr Is more or
less of an Internath nal contest.
American, Chinese, Russian, Hn-
walluu, Portuguese, Juvunctto 'uml
llrltlsh representatives will take part
In Hie rate, uml thero will be two
men to each team. The runners
will he decked out In their nntloiml
colors, and ns each will hnve a big
following of countrymen, a recoru
crowd Is expected to be at Jack
Scully Is a'waB willing to take
a chaure on a sporting proposition,
and us soon nt he heard of the pro
posed raio ho cuiiic through with the
neressury fiiulnclal aid.
Nigel Juckson announces his dual
appearance ou any track, and he will
partner Connie llajes In Iheitweuty-four-honr
riie. The oent will sturt
Immediately after tho flufsh 0 the
Marathon skating rate, which Is
scheduled to end about half-pant ten
o'dock ou I'll day night. The run
ners will do their best from that hour
on till half-past ten o'clock on Sat
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HAZEl DilllllS EASILY
World's Champion Takes Two Sets
From United States Champion.
I.OS ANGKI.KS, May 30. Ileforo
a crowd numbering close to 10,000
an attendance greater than any
ever attracted by even a champion
ship struggle In this end of the State
May Sutton, woman tennis chain
plon of the woild, defeated Hazel
Hotchklsx, champion ot the United
States, In their match game today
It was an even match, one each, utitll
Miss Sutton by resorting t'o tho pow
erful deep court drrvltig that has
eerved to vanquish all opponentu.took
the concluding set, 0-3.
Miss Button hnc) 'already wpn the
first set, 0-3,
Considering the fact that the match
In-jolvcd no chuinplonshlp title, the
enthusiasm It aroimed was remark
able. The area purroundlng Mount
Washington (ours, on which the sets
were played, was so badly crowded
that both plajers frequently com
plained of feeling stilled,
Iloth girls were liberally applaud
ed, but It was so apparent that the
B)mpathles of the throng were, with
the Uorkeley champion that Mlss
Button's admirers remarked It.
Miss Hotchklss was easily Mlsi
Sutton's superior In one of the lat
ter's strong u9loU volleylug-nt-thq
net and (he wjn, Jljcu second .t,
C-4, by using this stle ot play,
Miss Sutton showed i,,Iacli,nt her
formor dash aim frVqifently neglect-
led to go after tantalizing unglu
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
Welterweight Champion of San
Of Camu Very
JIM 1IA0A vs. T. TEHRIEU
Y0UNO GANS vs. SAILOR SAMMY
Ringside, $2; Reserved. $1.50 and
SI; Oeneral Admission, 50c.
IIEOINH AT 8:1C P. M,
Moving ' Pictures
SCENES OF SAN OABRIEL DAY
AT PEARL HARBOR
ADMISSION 10c, ISc and 25o
THE ROYALS AND
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Admission 5c, 10c. 15c
Comer Nuuanu and Panahl Streets
drhes. On the oilier hand. Miss
Hotchklss went after everything nnd
throughout the set kept una game to ,
the good. '.
It was an uphill rtruggle for thn
Ilerkelcy girl In the concluding set.
Tho heat of the day, combined with
the speed ot the plaj and the excite
ment, weakened her, and she lost the ,
first Ihe games, hut rallied at length '
and with clever backhand vollejliig '
of the long Sutton drhes, took the
three lliml games
Maurice McIiughMn and Melville
Long of San Krnnclsro easily defeat
ed Sliisabntigh and Drown -In the
men's eemlflnnf doubles 8 1, C '.'.
THMT Hffi OUIiEMB ;
ANY I'il) PU1D
Would Prefer to Meet Sailor- Sim-
mons in the Squared Circle. 7
"Spider" Onei.8, who claims to be
thu "fighting shadow," Issues a chal
lenge to any 120 pound bo In Ho
nolulu. The "Spider" writes as fol.
lows to thu 11 u 1 I o t I n;
Sporting Kdltor. Hut lot In;
Sir: I hereby desire to challenge
any 120-pouiul boxer In Hawaii,
Sailor Slmmuiis preferred, any date
or pluie that lie may name, I will
light Slmtuois 011 u wliiner-take-uU
IiobIk, and If ho cares to take me oik
he en n name his own terms. V6ry
"SI'IDUR" OWUNS, fc
"The righting Shadow," of Reno,
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