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MRS. COULTER AND NOWELL
ARE NOW CHAMPIONS
Third Set of Match Was a Lom;
Drawn-Out One 26 Games Nec
essary to Decide Affair.
As was anticipated, No well nml
Mrs. Coulter won tlie mixed double
championship of the Hawaiian In
lands jesterday by defeating II. A.
Cooke and Mlsg Ward. Hut It was
only nfter a very exciting match, and
a keenly fought engagement. The
first set of the match was played out
on Wednesday afternoon, and result
ad In a win for Nowcll and his part
ner by n score of C-l. The second set
was started on that day but, after It
had gone to 4-2 In favor of Now ell
Coulter, It was stopped on account of
Yesterday afternoon the unfinished It
JJ COMINQ EVCNT8.
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ti Secretaries 'and managers of tt
St athletic clubs aro Invited, to send tt
tt In the dates of any events which tt
tt they may be Kitting up, for In- tt
it Bertlon umlir tha nhon houd. tt
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tt the Sortliig Kdltnr, 1) u 1 1 ft 1 1 n. tt
tt Baseball. tt
jtt MILITARY I.EAOUE. tt
tt June 11 N'O. H. vs. Fort Shnf- tt
tt ter; Marines vs. Hospital Co. tt
tt June 12 Cavalry vs. Fort linger, tt
3 PLANTATION I.EAOUK. H
tt Juno 12 Ewa vs. Walpahu. tt
tt Oahu League. tt
tt ATHLETIC J'ARK. tt
tt Juno 12 Marines vs. J. K, C; C. tt
tt A. C. vs. P. A. C. XX
tt Oahu Juniors. I.
tt Juno 12 Palamus vs. C. A. C. tt
tt Jrs.: Mu Hocks vs. Asahls. tt
tt INTERNATIONAL GAMES, tt
ti July 3 Waseda vs. Oahu League, tt
tt Skating Marathon. tt
tt June 10 Princess Rink, tt
tt Qolf. tt
tt COUNTRY CLUD. tt
tt June 11 Four Rail Tournament. n
tt .HONOLULU CLUR.
tt June 19 Foursome.
tt June 11 Match.
tt Juno 9 Mixed Doubles Cham
tt Jnm 11 Progressive Tourna- tt
sot was resumed and Cooke nnd Miss tt Yachting.
Ward soon took the first two games ' ,J,5r0o!'1"nor' Cup ,tnce
and made the score four a... That J" ."'n
was all they could do, however, and jj June iB.wccklj Cup.
the Now ell combination took the next ,; Horse Haco.g
two games to love and thirty, respec- 1 WAILUKl).
lively. tt July 4 Inter-Inland meet.
With two sets to nothing the match 'l! , ,Trn'P""fle V"BcM
... ,, , tt July 9 Start from San Pedro,
seemed to he all over and the newn world'! ChsmP'on'P F'0"-
champions were thought to be In .ji ju)r 4 James Jeffries vs Jack tt
light. Still the third set was looked! St Johnson". tt
forward to with Interest, as It was tt Polo.
known that Cooke and Miss Ward AugnstIntr-Iland Tournament,
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wumu Hurfiy pm up a gruui ugm
TO BE FOUGHT
TWO PRELIMINARIES AND
FINE MAIN EVENT
now that 'they had some Idea of the
game that No wo) I and Mrs. Codlter
Tho third set will long be remem
bered by those who buw It, for. after
Nowell nnd Mrs. Coulter had taken
the first game, Cooke and his partner
won the next four and It looked as If
a fourth If not a fifth set would
have to be played before the match
However, Nowell and Mrs. Coulter
began to score point after point and,
although their opponents tried their
best, the champions-to-be took thrco
games and made the score four all.
The next game also went to Nowell,
and he and Mrs. Coulter led B-4. Then
Cooko and Miss Ward made It five all
and the prospects of a long drawn
out se( appeared certain. From that
point on gumos wore won alternately
till "twelve" nil was called. Then
NowoU, and Mrs. Coulter took the two
games necessary to win the vantage
set and the match ended 14-12. Tho
full score was, Nowell and Mrs. Coul
ter win, C-l, C-4, 14-12, and thus end
ed a great struggle for tho champion
Tho champions for the present yenr
u the different cIobsos are as fol
lows) Gentlemen's singles, A. U Cas
tle i mon's doubles champions, R. A,
and C, Cooke; lady single champion.
Mrs. Coulter; mixed doubles chain
plons, A. M. Nowell and Mrs. Coul
The pnnual championship events
have been very Interesting this year,
and as most of the matches seemed
open as to the winners, peoplo have
u a tt it n tt trt nanntttt ts.tt.tt
pair, or single plajer, won out. Ten
nis has a. great hold on the loverH of
out-door sport, and there was never
n time when tho gunin was more pop
ular all over, tha Islands thun nt pres
ent. The Idea that tennis is "an old
woman's game" Is being rapidly dis
sipated and people are seeing the
skill nnd brain thut Is required to
play properly '
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NEWS NOTES FROM
. KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
The summer workers at the Kb
mehameha School have formed a sum
mer baseball Ivaguo which Is com
posed of three ieams captained b
D. Kalal, C. Hosfo nnd V. Apau. Tin-
first game starts Thursday afternoon
at 4 o'clock between tho AH Hawaii
and tho Comets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. U I lop wood left
on an extended trip to the States,
sailing on the Sierra Wednesd ty
morning. Whllo nwa Mr. Hopwood
will tattend tho big baseball games
ill tho East. He will bo gnno until
Feb. 1st, 1911.
Major McGowun won the roll of
honor for tho past year at tho Manual
School. Ho was presented with a
gold watch fob by Mr. Uj Thompson
The schools are being painted by
n gang of boys from tho Manual
School. Tho Job will )ant about a
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Boxers Will Meet at Aloha Park To
morrow Night Pat Cornyn and
Nelson to Star Jim Haoa Will
Tomorrow night at the Aloha Park
on Hotel street, three fine boxing
bouts will be pulled off nnd today all
the followers of the game are doping
nut the chances of the respective pugs
In their engagements. And some tall
thinking must be dona In order to get
a line on how the lights will go.
The first preliminary between Jim
Haon and T. Terrleu, which Is sched
tiled to go six rounds, should be a
the skutlna rink. Haoa has been seen
fights from the word go, nnd he In
many respects resembles Wnhltanl,
"The Wild Swan," who put up so
many good lights before ho was
passed out by Soldier McCollough at
the skatlnk ring. Haoa has been seen
In action once already, nnd the way
he trimmed poor old "Limey" Rich
ards 'showed what he can do In the
ring. Hill llulhul, a well known old
timer, who fought Dick Sullivan a
couple of years ago, has trained Haoa
to the minute, nnd there should be
no trouble about condition.
Terrleu halls from the Artillery
Cump, and ho has been trying1 to
break Jnto tho fight game qr a year
or so Ills challenges have been sent
out broadcast, but up to the present
time he has had bad luck, and could
not Seattle un engagement The man
from behind the guns Is said to be a
clover boxer and to have a punch
that Is liable to put the man who
stops it to slumberland. Well, Mr,
Terrleu will want all the skill he
possesses when he fnces Haoa, for
that young bundle of stoush Is going
to wade In and attempt to bring home
the money first rattle out of tbo box,
"Sunny Jim", as Haoa Is known, will
wuste no time, but will endeavor to
tap his man's claret first time they
shape up. Then his efforts to reach
thut Interesting portion of tho human
body known as the "point" will be
strenuous, and It ho does connect. It
will be curtains for the gunner.
The second preliminary will be be
tween Young Gans and either "The
Fighting Shadow," or some other box
er. Simmons, who was to box Gans,
muy nut he back as the Thetis, on
which ho is enlisted, Is nwny on tho
high seas. There will be u good go
no mutter who figures in the scrap
The main event of the evening will
be the fifteen rounds bout between
Pat Cornyn and Nelson of Cump
Very, This promises to be a lively
uffalr as long us It lasts and Nelson,
who lias not been beaten In the tocul
ring, will be up against u good man
Roth men are trained to tho second,
and there will be no complaints as
to condition when the pugs step Into
the ring. Cornyn has trained down
nn tlin wnterfrnnt. and he has hud
J the assistance or his brother, Dick
Sullivan. There Is no doubt that Pat
can box ,and thut ho hits like u mule,
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Hotel near Fort ,,,';
'The Two Jaoks"
NelBou Is gamo enough and will stay
by his guiirt to the lust, and as lit
Is a husky lad he should show up
well against tho mulnlundei1. '
The St, Urn's 'second nine won the
championship of the Junior Inter
scholastic I.e.iKiio yesterdn), on tho
Alexander Kleld, by white-washing tlm
Punnhous sec nd nlnn to the tune of
14 to 0, This Is tho first shut out
Kame (if the station, t
Tho Saints proud to bo too strong
for tliu Puuahous In tho batting line.
PItchrr Hitchcock of tho Punahou
was found during the early part of tho
game, and wus walloped nil over tho
"Pet" llalll distinguished himself m
a batter of no means ability, whllo
Tin Yin nnd J. Kcrnandex, ench mado
a throe bagger.
Chi'-'; Sue nnd T. Cockett formed
lie huterlcs for tho Saints, whllo
lltchcnck and Hind for tho Puuahous.
The Saints pitcher was there with tho
goods with his under hand delivery,
striking out no less than ten men,
to Hitchcock's thrco.
Tho star pciformatico of the day was
tho running catch made by Kuhulc
wul tho Saints crack left Holder, who
savi'd tho Puuahous from scoring In
tho Inst half of the eighth Inning.
wflen to outs and two men on
bases. After making a fifty yard
sprint, he mado otio of tho pretlcst
one-handed catch of tho season, by
pulling tho ball off tho air In magni
Tho line-ups of both teams wcro ns
St. Louis Fornandot and Hoaplll,
cf.; Conunt, 2b: T. Cockott. c: Kas-
snth. lh) Tin Yin, ss; S. Kahnlewal,
If; llalll. 3b; C. Sue. p; and V. Coc
Puuahous Wlshnrd, ssj Paly, 2b;
Anderson, lb; Olbh, 3b; Hansen, cf;
naldwln, If; Hitchcock, p; Ouderklrk,
rf; and Hind, c.
Umpires wcro: Kan Hitchcock nnd
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TWENTY-FOUR HOI MCE
Tonight nt the skating rink tho
twenty-four hours go-ns-you-pleaso
ruce will start up, and at least sevon
teams will take part In tho event.
Most of tha nationalities that congro
gate In Hauull wll bo represented,
nnd tho rnco will surely bo Interest
ing. Oamo little Charlie, with unother
Chinese, will form oner of the teams
and as It is salJ thut Charlie's part
ner Is a wonder over a long dlstunce
It mny be that tho Celestial Kingdom
representatives will win out.
It Is not Hiiro If Kaoo will start In
the race, but as the sumo kind of talk
goes on every time u ruce Is mooted,
It may -be taken for what It Is worth
I Kuoo hud better get In 'and mnko hay
while the sun shines. Ho cannot. In
the ordlnary;coure of events, hope to
keop on running much longer,
Nigel Jackson will make his last
SATURDAY, JUNE II
Welterweight Champion o Saa 'S
iTancuco, vs t
Of Camn Very
I'llTEKN HOUNDS U
JIM HAOA vs. T. TERRIEU .
YOUNG GANS vs. 'SAILOR SAMMyI
Ringside, $2; Reserved. $1.60 and
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HOTKI, STllEET1 ti 5fi
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The ruce wlll.-Btart aa.aobn'nWl
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