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I! -'lJjito. jhaye 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.
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TWELVE EVENTS TO
BE BROUOHT OFF
Canoes and Surfboardt Will Vic With
One Another on Rolling Break
. er Vaudeville Show Will Be
On Frldny afternoon tho wnter
sports nt tho Outrigger Club will
stnrt early anil ever thing is In
rcadliipss fur tho different stunts
that tiro to bo brought off. Tho full
program as arranged In as, follows:
1 Sailing race, at 3 p. m.
2 Throe.pnddlo raco for bojs.
3 Onc-pnddlo raco for bo)B.
4 Flvo-paddlo ennoo-s urfboard
n Slx-paddlo.cnnoe raco.
G Joubllng In canoes.
7 llrothers teams can 00 race.
8 Girls surfboard contest for Clark
9 Burling In largo canoes for Clark
10 Surfing In small canoes for
11 ilojs' surfing contest for Clark
12 Burling polo
At 5 o'clock tho visitors and con
tcstnnts will sit down to chowder In
tho big lanul of tho Outrigger Club.
At 7 o'clock tho canoes will all bo
paddled down to Lowers beach.
whero they will bo decornted with
lanterns and return In procession at
8 p. in.
After tho Illuminated paradoEome
of "tho lighted" canocsTHI go out
surflng and tho experts with the sig
nal torches on their surfboards will
come In riding on tho breakers.
Some time before 9 p. m. tho
bands and orchestras will broak forth
lit the hotels and on tho Outrigger
grounds, and tho dancing will
The vaudeville stunts will enmo
off on tho big stage near tho Out
rigger lanal. Thoyi will ha sand
wiched bctwcorl tho dances.
Tho electricians uro now nt work
on tho lights for Knmchamchu Eve,
and tbo ladles aro arranging their
booths under tho groves of hau trees
on the Outrigger grounds.
Mcs. Curl du Hoi and Mrs. J. It.
Onlt will take charge of tho ico
cream arrangements; Mrs. Charles
llooth and Mrs. A. Hartley, tho soft
drinks; Miss Ncwcomb nnd Miss Ful
ler, tho toffee; Mrs. Raymond Drown,
candy; Mrs. Dr. Ewbank, jam and
tea; Miss Emma Lyons, flowers; and
Mrs. 0. II. Tuttle, tho club booth.
The chowder, dunces and enter
tainment will ull bo entirely frco to
ticket-holders. Col. Sopor will as-
Isume chargo of tbo grounds for tho
evening, whlto Lorrln Androws will
start tho water carnival, and 0. II.
Tuttle will bo lord high commission
er ovor tho whole affair,
it it it
Antono Kaoo is bolng looked for,
and lUls hoped thnt he will be located
in time to take part In tho twenty
four hour go-as-you-please race which
starts on Friday night at half-past
ten o'clock. IIuu, who ran so well
In the fifteen miles raco' at the
League grounds, 1b training hard lor
the international event and It Kaoo
runs with him Hawaii will have a
great chance of winning out In the
No hurry-t-take your time, get comfort
ably fixed, and enjoy a drink mixed just
" It's,. .The. Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
it it tt si it it n tt u u ti n st t: tt tt tt
it COMING EVCNT8. tl
I it Secretaries and managers of it
ii athlotlo clubs aro Invited to send it
it In tho dates of any events which it
ti they may be getting up, for In ti
ii Bcrtlon under tho abovo head, ii
it Address all communications to it
U tho Sportlug Editor. D u 1 1 o 1 1 n. ii
ii . Baseball. it
ii MILITAttY LEACIUE. it
tt Juno 11 N. 0. II. vs. Fort Sliaf- ti
ii tcr; Marines vn. Hospital Co. it
it June 12 Cavalry, vs. Fort Roger, tt
it PLANTATION I.KAtHIH. it
it June 12 Hwa vs. Wnlpahu ii
ti Oihu League. Si
ti ATHLETIC I'AItK. ti
tt Juno 12 Marines vs. J, A C; C. SS
it A. C. vs. I A. C. tt
ii Oihu Juniors. it
it Juno 12 Palamas .. C. A. C. it
ii Jrs.; Mu Hocks s. Asahls. ii
tt INTERNATIONAL OAMK3. it
ii July 3 Wascda vs Oahti League. St
ti Skating Marathon. it
ti Juno 10 Princess Jllnk. is
IS Qlf. ti
ii COUNTRY CLIin. ii
tt Juno 11 Four Dull Tournament, ii
tt HONOLULU CLUII. il
tt June; 19 Foursomi. it
it Cricket. tt
tt June 11 Match. ii
tt Tennis. SS
St Juno 7 Annual championship,
tt June B Mixed Doubles Cham St
it plontfilp. SS
Si Juno II Progressiva Totirna- ti
it.Juna 20 Onvernor's Cup Raco. ii
it July fl
8ea Wrn Race,
St Juno 8 Weekly Cjiji.
ii Horse Racing.
tt July 4 -Inter-Island meet
ii Trins Pacific Yacht Hues.
it July 9 Start from San Pedro.
t World's Champlans'np Flnht.
ti July 4 James Joffries vs. Jurk ti
St JohiBon. St
St Polo. tt
tt AugustInter Island, Tournament. Si
f( Mr 1,'
National Association of Hnnnfnctnr
rrs Demands Wart nnd Stripes
on me sea.
New York, May 20 The National
Association of Manufacturers, one of
tho most powerful organizations of
capital In the country, now In tho
midst of Its fifteenth annual conven
tion nt the Waldorf-Astoria, this nt-
ernnon came out strongly for tbej
morchnnt marlno as an aid to foreign
This report of the morchant marlno
commlttue wns backed up by an ad
dress by James L. Elwell, who offered
moro substantial suggestions, "for
the restoration of our flag on the high
seas and tho regaining of our former
Tonight's concert By the Hawai
ian band will bo given at Aala Park,
commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. Tho
program will bo as follows:
Overturn Unrout Storck
Intermezzo Clouds of Itoses
Tho Iledoulns March (new),..,.,
Selection Vocal Oems . 1 . . . .Adams
Vocal Hawaiian Songs .......)
.-. ,Ar, by ne'rger
Selection London Life. . . .Williams
Mazurka Tadlanu De Longpre
Finale Moklhnna ,.,, llerger
Tho Star Spangled Hanner.
Iwl wm mm m Lt"fl fa IV I
You well here. ' You'll like us;
FOUGHT HI1 1
MRS. COULTER-NOWELL AND
MISS WARD-COOKE IN FINALS
Motrh Will Start nt four n'Clnrlc
This Afternoon on Beretania
Courts Lady Champion in Good
Yesterday afternoon the mixed
doubles championship tit the Island")
reached the Html rtiige, as two
matches were nl.isrd In tho semi
flnnli, unil now tho pairs left tire
Miss Ward-It, A. Cooke and Mrs.
CouUcr-A. M, Nowcll. Tho Dual
will ho plajed this afternoon tin the
lltrctnnlu courts, and the match will
start nt o'clock
Tho first match jestcrday after-
noon wns between Mrs. Coulter-No-
wen ami ants iiiiriinain-imriivs. i ne
funnel pair won casllj by (wo sets
straight 6 0, ti-2 and nt no time
M bad the losers a look In. Mrs. Colli
It I tcr plard her usual steady game
fiom (ha linik of tho court, and her
partner took nil tho net balls nnu
did some. hard smashing nt times.
The match was loo easy for the No-
well combination, to he of much In
lircit, mirf1 thn Hawaiian lady cham
pion showed that, she Is n long wa)
ahead of a,u other lady double play
er In tho Territory.
Tho match1 was thought to bo u
foiegoiio conclusion, nnd the result
wns exactly n doped out by most
people lly winning this matcit Mrs.
Coulter .and Kow.cH, reached the final
tttlgo of the'tnlxcd double champion'
ship- , -.
The second match wns a hotter
ono, nnd Mr, nnd Mrs. Waterhouso
put up a great flgfit before thoy went
don 11 In defeat to Conko and Miss
Ward. Tho two sets ilantl both
went to Cooko nnd his partner by
scores of G-l 0-4.
Tho result was not what was Ox
poctcd by most followers of the
game, ns tho Wntcrhouses were given
a great chnnco of getting Into tho
finals, and It was thought that tlipy
would at least get one set ugalnst
their opponents of yesterday.
Play In the find set wns fast and
nood. nnd It wtis a toss up which
pulr would win. Tho WatehouM
were playing good tennis, nnd while
Mr, Watcrhouse took care of tho net,
his wife roamed around tho buck of
tho court nnd brought off somo fine
long-range Hhots. The lady player
did some good lobbing alto, and al.
together plusod well, considering
that most of the hard drives went
her .way. However, Cooko and Miss
Ward provod too strong and they
took tho ret to four games.
The second set looked nt the start
ns If tho Wntcrhouses would Win
easily. They quickly had the Set at
1-2 in their favor, nnd It looked atl)'
odds on their beating tho other pair.
However, Cooko nnd Ills partner took
11 brace nnd. playing roully hot ten
uis, begun to forgo ahead, and be
fore long had inado tho scoro foitr
all. The next two games also wont
to the Cooko combination, am) with
them the set and match.
Tho final promises to be a good
matjh, nlthough on present form -No.
well nnd his partner would appear
to have a mortgage on the affair.
A good-slied crowd Is expected to bo
at tho Derotnnla clubhouse til In n"i
There was n good game of base
hall down nt U'lilalcc the other day,
and In It the famous Wulnlco and
Lnnlklla nines met. Victory rested
with tho Inltcr team, which handed
the Walateo bunch n package to the
tune of 10 to 7.
The l.inaklln nine mndo thrro
runs In the second inning, and tho
Wntatces responded with two in their
half of that Inning. Then tho La
nakolns got going well f tho third.
and piled up no less than four runs
while their opiioiicnts gnrcd on In
astonishment. Neither side scoted
In the fourth Inning, but In tho Init
half of tho fifth tho Wnlalccs added
one more to their total.
In the sixth nnd soveuth Innings
tho Luhukllas hit up a couple of runs
and the scoro stood nt 9 to :i In their
favor. Then In tho second half of
the eighth tho Walalces made n det-
pernio effort, and when the dust had
cleared uway It was found that they
had mndo no tars than four runs.
That was their lust effort, however.
as tho l.nnakllns mndo one moro run
In their ninth nnd the Wnlalccs fail
ed to more In tnelr part of that
Sing lice showed some of his fa
mous drop halls nnd had the Lnna-I
lvllas sucKsiug for a whllo. Henry
Domingo proved to bo the pdscasot
nt 11 cool head, and he did good work
wtien ho look tho bull nnd began,
pitching. Motes Kalclwnhl, who has
a tine out cunc, kept tho Wnlnlcc
bunch In their den, nnd ho pltchod
good bill. Tho lineups nnd oHlclal
scoies were us follow:
Lnnnklln I'd. Mnrkham, c; Har
ry Sam K11. cf.5 Kd. Ah Moon, If.;
August 1 ornaiidcz, ss.; Fred Suvnn,
2h Jim K. Kuohn. Sol. KahuliMilll..UU"Aa UKWLtMJIA
rf.j Wllllo Llllnnc, lb.: Knu Knpl
oho, 3b.; Moses Kalclwohl, p.
Walalto Sam Kcawo, 2b.j Sing1
lice, p.-s-i.; Joseph Mnkalll, It,:
Henry K. Domingo, si.-p.; Tom KTrvlfd TV TUCATCTi
..right, c.S Mokuolc-Kea. 3b.-. Albert U V LL IT I lit A I CK
K, Kane,, lb.', Geo. Kauwo, cf., Nn-t
tbanlcriMrkor, rf, C , "Corircr Nuuanu aTfd TnuaM Streets
The score by Innings:
Lanaklla 03100110 110
Wnlaleo 0 2001004 0 7
Umpire, tlci). Kalllwal; time of
game, 1 hour 20 minutes.
ti it it
mud mm mi
Two Full Teams Expected to Turn
Ont Today Ponies Are in Good
This ufleriiion u Moannlua there
will bo a polo practise game, nnd It
Is expected i.ut enough placrs will
turn out to muko two teams. list
Saturday thete were only scen pin)
era proncut, and consequently full
sides wore Impossible.
The ponies uro looking better now,
and tho exercise that Is being given
them dnlly ut thn polo ground Is do
ing them u lot of good. The two
mounts of Lieutenant Ilodgcrs and
Sergeant Pickering aro fluo speci
mens of horse flesh, nnd the way the
nags tuko to the game Is a good In
dication of what thoy will do when
tho bugle lulls nt Lcllehua later on
In llio season.
The Scholleld narrncks o Hirers nre
going to MtrprlKO tho Oaliu, Mnul and
ilntiai plaers this J ear, nnd inert)
will be somo fine games nt Mounulun
and Lcllehua during the season. Tho
trip to t.cllehuu Is nlwu)s cnjoynble,
and ever j one has n good time there.
Then tho games nt Mounulua alwaja
attract u big crowd, and many merry
parties make the run out In uutos
and rigs of all descriptions,
The season proper opens up, in
August, nnd long before that month
all the horses and men should bo In
the best of trim nnd ready to take
part in the beet sport of, all,
ii SI it
man hhb ii
FACULTY-SCORE 4 ?I& 6
Hitchcock Pitches for Winners and
))oes Good Work Game, Was
Close and Exciting. ' '
On Alexander Field yesterday aft
ernoon, tho student baseball nine
went ijown In defeat to the faculty
by a score of 1 to 0. Tho whitewash
wus handed out in liberal doses b)
tho professors, and Uro scoreboard
looked llko n felting of cggB,
There was nothing doing in the
way of scoring until tho fourth In.
nlng, when tho faculty scored a col
Itary run. 'Inen they rested for an
Inning and later repeated tho run
getting Btunt nnd made n single. In
tho elghtirifhnldg Ib'e "faculty made
two runs ahd that ended the game,
The lineups wore ostfollowi
I Students McKcnzle, c! W, .oog,
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
Wcllcruciclit (Jlinmpion 0f San
Of Camn Very
JIM IIAOA vs. T. TERRIEU
YOUNG QANS vi. SAILOR SAMMY
Ringside. $2; Reserved, $1.60 nnd
$1; General Admission. SOc.
IIKOINS AT S IE P. M,
THE ROYALS AND "
In Short Sktches
1 5c, lOc, 6c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
THE IBSONS Musical Novelties
MINETTE RHODES Scno-Comio
Admission 5c, 10c, 15c.
JULY 3, 1010
KAPIOLANI ItACINO TRACK
5 MILES JUNIOR Arc Bclpw 15
10 MILES SENIOR Japanese
10 MILES SENIOR All Nations.
15 MILES SENIOR All Nations.
There will also be some Champion
Races f two or three miles.
People who will enter will kindly
leave their names with any of the
Japanese bicycle dealers until June
20, 1010. '
p.; I'odiuore,. lb ; Han Hitchcock,
2b.; Humphries, co., C Hoogs, 3l.;
A. Anderson, If., Alfred WadJ6rtli,
cf,; Itohs, rf.s.
Faculty illex Hitchcock, p ; A.
Hind, c; Terry, 3b.; Illcbitrdsou,
2h.; Clark, lb.; Hanson, ss.; Heed,
If,; Olesou, cf., Itccce, rf.
it tt it '
DOTS AND DASHES.
The ctandngs of the Grammar
School teams are as follow i:
' Won. Lott I'ct.
et Louis s o t.ooo .;.5
Kaahumanu is 2 .067 ife
Central .3 2 .GOO a
Piinnhou 3 2 .000
KnK'unl 2 3 .400, V$
Itoynl .,,, 2 i 333 S
Normnl T?r., ,...0 C .000 M
This nlternoon nt tho KakalTko - 3!
traps the Weekly shoit frof) BTejl lflk
wnlliif,'Onn Club will) ptV slo3 off 1
Threo men-Hnney, Bowen and Vin
cent have legs in for the trophy, and
It may bo that one more man may
nod 'his nnrno to the rapidly growing
The standing of the Wululte school
teams la an follows. Wolalee, SOU;
lanaklla. .775; Ouruetntione, 775. f It
tho latter teum cannot win out with
a name llko that they will neerdii
much In baseball life
Tbo final games of tho Grammar
School league will bo played next
Friday, when tbo St- Louis team will
meet Kalulanl on. the Hoys' Field,
nnd tho Cenral Urammnr School will
tackle tho Funs,
(Additional Sports on Fa go 10.)
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