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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TVH., VEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1910. ' r ' "
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GAME IS VERY
MANY COURTS IN USE
ALL OVER HONOLULU
Hawaii's Champions Are Imnroving'
wny not sunaay Tennis I
Mrs. Coulter to Mainland
"Point" System Discussion. I
Tennis tins taken a great hold on
most people In Honolulu, and the
number of courts that arc In use
every day In the week la remarkable
TIib game Is played all over Oahu,
and the class of tennis Is Improving
wonderfully. The visit of Long nnd
Mcl.oughlln excited a lot of Interest,!
and the skill shown by those two
young exponents of the Rome led to
much practise by all those who play
During the year an embryo cham
pion was discovered In the person of
Atherton lltchnrds, who, If lie sticks
to the game and mixes In first-class i
tennis ou the mainland courts, will
soon be eligible to lompeto In the
world series of chnmotonshlDs. This
young placr Is only sixteen ears'
of age, and of slender build, but still
lie beat 'all save one of the best play
ers In the Territory In the recent
tournaments. 'Hie Ind had a slight
handicap, but the way he wiped out
the majority of the men who played
against him, showed that even from
scratch he could have nearly won.
Klchards Is a find Hint any sport
ing community would be glud to
make, una It Is to be hoped that
the young plajer sticks to the game
andpraclise votlejJug for all he I'
worth. As his wrist and arm grow
stronger, he will be more formidable,
and who knows that Hdwali won't
turn out a world's champion at ten
There have been mnny tourua.
meuts of nil descriptions lately, and
there are still more to be played.
When, players turn out regularly to
play with the same old bunch on the
same old court, they will never Im
prove much, no matter how they
practise. It Is playing iigulnst com
parative strangers that Improves a
man's game, and It would be well
for Honolulu tenuis If n scries of
"trophy" matches wero arranged,
with a proper schedule, First and
second teams could have their own
matches against the different clubs,
rind the Interest would be very keen
as the standing of the teams fluctu
ated as they won or lost a match of
Another style of tennis tourna
ment Is overlooked In Hawnll, and
that Is what, twenty years ago, was
called the ('American" system. In
order to get full vulue for every
stroko played, nnd to stop the spec
tacle of seeing a man lose a two out
of three set match by one set to
two, and still havo the loser ahead
on the total number of games won,
the point system was Introduced,
A match of GO or 100 points used
to be played, nnd the service
changed after every fifth servo. In
this way as at handball every
winning stroke and losing one was
registered, and the best man that
Is, the one who took the most polnte
was naturally the winner.
Mrs. Coulter, the Hawaiian lady
champion, will bo leaving for the
mainland soon, and she should up
hold the tenbls ability of these Is
lands. It would be too much to ex-
Our bar is the
lulu. Our service is the best. We treat
you' the best. And that's why
"It's The. Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
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tt COMING EVCNT8. it
!J Baseball, tt I
t MIMTAHY IJEAHUi:.
U Juno 18 N. O. H. Vs. iirt linger;
tt I'ort Shnftcr vs. Hospital Co. tt
:t Juno 19 Cavalry V. Marines. tt
tt PLANTATION l.BAOUK. tt j
tt Juno 10 Ewa vs. Walpnhu tt
tt Oahu League. tt
tt ATHLETIC PAHK. tt
tt Juno 19 P. A. C. vb. U S M.; tt
tt C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
tt Oshu Juniors.
tt June 19 Asahls vs. C. A, C; Mu tt
tt 'Hocks vs. Palamas. tt
tt lNTEnNATIONALOAXinS. tt
tt July 3 Wascda vs, Oahu League, tt
tt COUNTRY CUM.
tt July I Team Toiiiiament.
tt July 17-11. (1. C. Medal Play.
tt HONOLULU1 CLUB.
tt Juue 19 Foursoniei
j u .iiiiiii is .Maicn. ,
tt .lutm 18 Match.
tt July M O. Hall Cup.
tt Sept. Wall Cup.
tt Juno 21 Governor's Cup
tt July 0 Sea wren nace.
tt Trap Shooting.
tt Juno 22 Wookly Cjup.
tt Horse Racing.
tt July 4 Inter-Island meet.
ti TnnsPsclnc'Wscht fUee.
tt July 9 Start from San Pedro,
tt WorlO's Charriolonshlo Fight
tt July 4 James Jeffrie vs. Jack tt
tt Johnson. '
Inter-Islam! Tournament, tt.
pert that the local player beat Miss
Sutton, but she should do well in
the annual tournament and then
show the world's champion Hint Ha
waii Is ou the map orf-regards tennis.
Another subject that Is cropping
up U the question of allowing play
ou the club courts on Sundays. There
are hundreds of young fellows who
can not get off works,to play during
the, week, uud ns.tUfA.UUDs are tabu
on Sundays, they have to take to
other forms of exercise. On Ha
waii there Is a great deal of Sunday
tennis, and the consequen e Is that
there are many players ail over the
Ulg Island. What possible harm
good healthy excrclre on the courts
could do a man's soul Is nut clear:
In fact, the very opposite should re
sult. Let us hope" for Sunday ten
nis nnd something sane In do In
stead of loafing around and reading.
Harvey Has Two Leg la for Trophy
Is Expected to Go Close to
Winning This Afternoon,
This afternoon at the Kakaako
traps, the usual weekly cup shoot
will be shot off, and a most Inter
esting event Is Ou tap. If Harvey
wins again this afternoon he will
become the nbsoluto winner of the
cup, n8 ho already has two legs In
for the trophy,
The champion Is shooting In great
form, nnd he may possibly win to
day. If so, a now competition will
be started next, week. II, D. Ilowcn
and V. M, Vincent also hate one
leg In for the cup, nnd It 'limy be
that another name be added to the
list before the trophy Is won out
right. Tho Leggett trap will be In use
for half the shoot, and the rest of
the competition will bo shot nt
known angles. Ten hlrdg at known
and ten at unknown Is the rule, and
sonic' very pretty shooting has been
seen 'down at the traps on Wednes
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BURNS & CO.
TOMMY BURNS AND
BILL LANO WILL BOX
Jack Scully Preparin for Show on
Tuesday Evening Next Prelim
inary Bout Probable Much
Talk About ex-Champion,
There Is quite a revival of Inter
est In boxing In this city, and there
Is fight dope being handed out all
over the place. Tho arrival of
Tommy Dunn and party, who should
ee one of the former world's cham
pions In action. Iliirns Is now
matched to fight Sum I.nngrord, nud
It remains to be seen If there are
two negroes who are able to dofeat
Tommy has been doing fine In
Australia, nnd Is pretty well fixed ns
regards real money. Ills Invest
ments III the antipodes linvp turn
ed out successful, and he returns
to the States with another fight or
ranged for him which Will net him
a large sum of money win, lose or
Illll Lang, (he champion of Aus
tralia, la with the party, and he and
Hums will probably give nu cxhlbl
Hop of boxing that will be near
enough to the rent thing to please
Lang has done well in the Aus
tralian ring, and he has cleaned up
all in sight In the land of the kan
garoo. J'oor old Illll Squires went
down In defcut several times to
Lang, nnd the latter also accounted
for Hob Fltzslmmons, the wonderful
old man from New Zealnnd. It will
be Interesting to re Lang In ac
tion even In fun nnd tho Honolu
lu light fans will be able to size
him up by tho way he shapes up to
Jack Scully U working on the
proposition, and It Is possible that
the show will be brought oft at the
Aloha Park, which could accommo
date about a thousand spectators. At
fairly reasonable rates the place
should be crowded, and a good deal
of money mado by the two parties.
Hugh Mcltcsh, the man who In
dia ed Hums, then world's champion
lo ngree to fight Jack Johnson foi
the championship at Sydney, will
be an lniortant passenger on the
Maranm. Hughle hag made good In
the show business, and It was only
n side line with him, too. lis U the
proprietor of more restaurants and
railroad cafes than any man living.
Thoie Is hnrdly n railroad in Aus
tralia in which Mcintosh Is not sup
plying meals to the hungry and
thirsty travelers who pass through.
All sorts of proposals nre pn foot
lo match Put Comjii, Dick Sullivan
and others with Ilurns and Lang
that Is, for exhibition bouts. ,8ome
of these affairs mny he brought off,
but the moHt probable show will be
an exhibition match between Ilurns
and Lane. There mny be a couple
of preliminaries fought, and It Is
to bo hoped that thore are. Jim
llnoa and another may box six or
eight rounds, and If Pat Comyn was
put up against the Hawaiian there
rwould be tome fun for n few rounds.
and perhaps you'll be
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bar in Hono
"The Two JTaoks
FIVE BICYCLE RACES FOR
b 26 AT
Japanese Dealers Qive Fine Prizes
for Haces No Entrance Fee
and No Gate Money Some
thing Like Sport.
Full details of the bicycle races
that hae been gotten up by the Ho
nolulu Japanese cyclists, are now to
hand, and n lino program has been
urranged. The prizes are good and
the events varied enough to cause
much Interest to bo tnken . In tho
it wns nt first planned to hnc tho
rnres on July Fourth, but us tho Wn
soda baseball team will bo hero then,
the promoters of tho sports wero pre-
ailed upon to hne their fun on Juno
The first race Is n fifteen miles
frcc-for-nll, mid do prizes lime
been donated for the eent. The win
ner will get n 1910 model bicycle; the
other prizes nre good, nnd rnngu
from bicycle tires to chains und
pumps. The second rnco Is n tin
miles one and Is for Japanese only,
but It will be followed by n ten-miles
The fourth rnco Is over llvo miles
nnd It Is for youths of under fifteen
years; the prizes nre bicycles and
the youngsters will put up a great
nice far the splendid trophies.
There will be n race for the win
ners of tho ten nnd fifteen miles
races and the dlstnnco will b.e three
miles. Entries closo on June 20 at
liny of tho Jnpanese bicycle dealers,
nnd there Is no entrance fee to brt
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. TWELYEJCAHES OH TAP
First Struggle on Julv 3 and Last on
Auirust 7 St, Louis Team Out
Now that the schedule of game
'hat tho Wased.is are to play Is ar
ranged, It Is possible to consider tho
chances of the visitors. The II rat
gnme they will piny will bo against
the All-Oahu League, nnd as thoy
wlli have Just got oit the steamer.
they may be defeated.
Then on the next day tlioy will go
up against I do C. A Cs nud a prop
er Idea of their stiength may be ob
tained. If the Chinese hold their
own with tho visitors, there are
other tennis that should defeat the
The full schedule of twelve gnmes
Is ns follows
Sunday, July 3 J. A. C. vb. U. S.
M, C; All-Oahu League vs. Waseda,
Afondny. July 4 P. A. C. vs. O. O.
Alumni; C, A. C. vs. Waseda.
Saturday, July 9 J. A, C. vs. O.
C. Alumni; U, S. M. C. vs. Waseda.
Sunday, July 10 C. A. C. vs. J.
. C; P. A. C. vs. Waseda.
Saturday, July 16 J. A. C. vs. U.
8. M, C; O. C. Alumni vs, Wnsedn.
8undav. luty 17 P. A, C. vs. J.
. C.S C. A. C. vs. Waseda
Saturday, July 230. C. Alumni
vs. J. A. C; IT. S. M. C. vs. Waseda.
Sunday, July 24 C. A. C. vs. U.
S. M. Co.; P. A, C. s. Wmoda.
Saturday, July 30 J. A. C. s. U.
H. M. C: O, C. Alumni vs. Waseda.
Sunday, July 31 P. A. C. vs. J.
. C; C. A. C vb. Waseda,
Saturday, August C C. A. C, vs.
J. A, C; O. 0. Alumni vs. Waseda.
Sunday, August 7 U, 8. M, C. vs.
C. A. C; J. A. C. vs. Waseda.
Under the Auspices of the
HONOLULU. JAPANESE BICYCLE
v ASSOCIATION ,
Sunday, June 20, 1010, 8:30 A. M.
FREE FOR ALL 15-MILE RACE
-.- ,...,...,,.,. Seniors
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE ....
FREE FOR ALL 10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALL UNDER 15 YRS.
5-MILE RACE. Juniors
CHAMPIONSHIP 3-MILE RACE... .
Open to Winners of 10 and 13
" 'Entry Lists open at any of the
Japanese utcycie bnops,
'ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 20, 1910
Hawaiian Opera House
Henry McRae Stock Co.
The Man on the Box
In Henry McRac's elaborate produc
tion of the funniest funnv nlav that
was ever written. .
MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY
June 13, M, 15
Watch for our production of
"FAUST" and "THE PIT"
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs
Bond Of Her Own Compositions, at
St. Andrew's Parish
FRIDAY EVENINO, JUNE 17
, At 8:15
On Sale at Bcrptrom Music
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK.
Sunday, June 10. 1910
U. S. MARINE CORPS vs. P. A. 0.
J. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Admission, ,... 25c 15c, and 10c.
SPECIAL SERIES 12 GAMES
LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII
Season Commencing July 3, 1910
Dec Plan for Season Tickets at tho
Chambers Drug Co.
Fort Street Below Beretinia
THE 1BS0NS Musical Novelties
MINETTE RHODES Serio-Comio
CARL WALNER Whistler
Admission ,5c, 10c., 10a
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY a
MOTION PICTURE VAUDEVILLE
THE ROYALS AND
In Short bkrtches
Admission 15c, 10c, 5c,
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCINQ
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
Instruction from 7 to '8 o'clock
Social from 8 to 10:30 o'clock
KVEllV FIUDAY EVENINU
For Tuition, Apply at Hall
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