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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.Jll., FIltDAY, JULY, 1. 1910.
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. TO PAY VISIT
YACHT RACE FROM
HONOLULU TO KAHULUI
Four Boats to Compete in Event
Kamchamchn in Fine Shape
Kalumanu II. Will Take Party
Many, Going in Small Craft.
Maul will bo tlio center of nltnic
llon for tlio holldnyi), nncl all tho lov
ers of hqrscs anil yachts nro deter
mined to make tiro trip either per Kl
nau or olno on board ot ono of the
yncl)is that will lemo tomorrow after
noon for the Valley Island.
Tho, yaclU vltl tuko part In q cup
race, and the hookers thnt will Hall
In the ovimt aro the llolene, Kainchn
meha, OludyH and Charlotta C. A
bunch of sailing men will go to Kn-
hulul on tho Kalumanu II., and among
llicrn will bo Commodore Jaeger, C,
Dunkhaso and Harry ttycrofu
Tho Knlumanu should reach Kahti'
lul before dark tomorrow avcnlng, and
Uin visitors will bo received with lion
ore by tho Maul sports. A good tlmo
Is assured, for tho sailors, and tho
hospitable. Kahulul copjo wIM sure
ly treat tho party right .
When tho yachts square off for Maul
the Kamehameha will mnko ovcry
thing clso cut through thn, water In
an effort to keep up with her. The
Kam has been overhauled and paint
ed; sho looks well now and 'should,
with her now sails, wtiC tho race to
Tho start of tho cup ruro will ho
from the belLhuoy at Honolulu bar
bor to tho American (Ilrl Tj'iioy Inside
tho breakwater ul Kahulul. Tho
course will be to thn windward of
Molokal and tho ytichts should reach
Mau In good time to toko In tho horso
races at Knhulul on the Fourth.
The latest advices from Maul state
that tho track at KahuluJ Is in excel
lent condition, and that fast times
should be put up by tho nags. The
horses are all In excellent fettle, and
it is reported that Major Collier Is
running us ho never has befnro.
Tho Klnau leaves at 8 o'clock to
morrow ovcnlng, and she should bear
away a lino bunch of sports who will
have a grcut tlmo of It Mostly the
samo crowd inako ovcry trip on the
Fourth, and nien who may not hno
seen ono nnolbor during tho year
shake bands and then approach Hi
refreshment counter. '
The Manna Ken Is taking another
bunch to lllp and tho Volcano la tho
point' of Interest. It seems strange
to boo lllto out of tha running this
ye'ar but as soon as tho triangular
racing association takes up, tho mat
ter there will onco more bo seen a
Honolulu crowd on tho Ullo track.
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Dick Sullivan, who Is well known in
Honolulu as ono of the most enthu
ila&tlc supporters of local sporting
events, has made, urrangements to
give Ills patrops cabled returns of
each round of tho big fight In Iteno on
tho Fourth; tho returns will bo posted
In tho Pacific Saloon, comer of King
and Nuuanu Streets.
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Secretaries and 'managers of tt'
tt athletic clubs aro invited to send tt
tt In the dates ot any! events which tt
tt they may ho getting up, for In tt
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tt Addrcub all communications to tt
tt tho Sporting Editor, Jlullotln tt
tt IIASEUAM. tt
tt Internationa) Garnet. tt ROYALS TO DO STAR
tt July 3 Wascdu vs. All Oalm tt
ALL READY FOR
tt July 4. Woseda s C A C
ti Oahu League Series
11 July 3 Marines vs. J. A,C "
It Oihu Juniors.
tt July 3. Annuls vh. Mu Hocks,
tt July 3. Palama vs. C. A C. Jr,
tt Plantation League.
It July 3 Kwa vs. Walanso
tt Military League,
STUNTS ON LANAI STAGE
tt Canoe Races and Surfboard Stunts to
uc iiesi x.ver apcaigm uup to
jc Contested For iip Crowd
The so who wish to danco carl)
II and often at the Outllgger turnlval
on tho cveultig of July I will have
tt July 3.-Marlnos vh Port Hhnf ,'" I'-M-ego of the dance hall at
II (,,,. tho Moatu. Thcic will bo a string
tt July's N. 0. II. vs. Hosp.ial Co. ii'uana" Hicie for tho dnnters, and the
tt July 3.-Furt Shatter v i I ifth tt "al Hawaiian Hand under the
tt Cavalry, tt If008 for 'hose who sit out the
1 Golf.' ttwal'es. The tlieatrlt.nl perform
tt July 4 Team Tournament, Conn tt nine, with ll.iby Elliott and her
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try v.iiiii, h,i'iiiiio .., ..... n. i'kiu ...
tt July 17. Medal Play, Honolulu It, tho theater erected on tho Outrlggci
tt Golf Club.
tt July 2. Mulch.
tl July i: () Hull Cup.
tt Sept Wall Cup.
tt July" J. Sea Wrrri lUeo.
tt Jul- Id Hecklcy Cup.
tt Horse (lacing.
Jtt July 4. Kahulul Races.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race,
it July 9 Start from San Pedro
tt World' Championship Fight.
tt July 4.- James Jeffries vs Jack tt
tt Johnson. It
tt Polo) It
tt August'-ScnBon Oreno. tt
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CLIFFUkD KiMBAlL.SAVS -..
Ill air ABOUT U.L
tt grounds for the Itojal conip.ni Aft
tt er thn performance, tho big pavilion
it will be cleared, and thcte will lie
!i dancing on tho big llunr, which Is
ii now righly by Illlj-Mx feet
"I Itojnl has hcon uusy rehearsing
" hi.) lomp.ui) In sections ut the skat
" ing rink. Ho works with the cake
I) walkers all morning, the tnliisticls
In tho afternoon, and the vnudcvll
'i lans between his turns "at thn lira
j.'l'lio In the evening. Most of the
..night ltonl spends writing words
committee 0. 11, Tuttlo (chairman),
Dave Center, Edward Dckutn, Allan
Herbert, Curtis Hustacc and all fu
ture events will bo arranged by this
Tho following Is tlio program a
outlined for the afternoon o( the
Fourth, to commence at 3 o'clock:
1 Slx-Pnddlo flace .....' Juniors
2 Slx-Paddlo Itflco Bailors
3 Six-Paddle Itaro Senlots
I Three Paddto Hacc Iloya
S l'our-l'addlo llaco ... . Seniors
6 Two-Paddle Ha c Hoys
7 Surfing Contest, 5 p. m.
Iloyal and Miss Elliott will reign
during the evening. They havo or
ganized a large company and aro
turning tho Outrigger lanal Into a
Here they will present at 8 p m
a minstrel performance, with songs
and Jokes on dear old Honolulu.
This will ho followed by a vaude
vlllo show, cake-walk and dancing
lu tho big pivlllon.
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By Special Request
Will Re Continued AH This WeVk
OF OAHU IEME
Well-Known Golfer Draws Attention
toiMagnzinc Article on Amateur
Sporting lMltor, II n I ( e 1 1 n. Ho.
noliilu: Dear Sir: Muy 1 call your
attention to the article In the July
number of tho Metropolitan Maga
zine, "The Capitalization of Amateur
If these facts aro true, ns I believe
they are to n great extent, would It
not bo wise for our local athletic
organizations to go slowly, beforo
putting up their money to Join this
A. A. y..
Ah to keeping our athletics on a
strictly nnintcur basis, this can not
be too strongly endorsed, and I bo
lleve can bo done more effectually
through local organization. Yours,
Halelwa, Hawaii, June 30, 1910.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Jack Scully will have tho resulta ot
the two big rights of the Fourth post
ed at his place of business on Hotel
street, and patrons cart wait in com
fort while Kctchell and I-angford lire
belting one another to amuse a
crowd, and while Jeff and Johnson
ure knocking one another all over tho
On Saturday afternoon the Hos.
pltal Co. ("Dairy's Beauts") .will go
up against n combined team from the
1 American cruisers, ami a great gaino
Is expected ut the lcaguo groundB.
and music fur the Honolulu local
rungs and Jokes he Is Introducing iu
the big show. Il.iliy Elliott hai
learned her Outrigger sung and ma)
be heard any time ot the day prac
lining tho thorns as she plajtt with
her dolls on he ltoal Hawaiian
Tho Outrigger grounds have great.
I) (hanged lu appearance. The poach
has washed back again so that u
large cruw may congregate on the
giuunds to watch the regatta and
burling confest In tho afternoon. The
big anal will bo reserved for club
members, and us this comes down to
the bcuch, with Its now addition, the,
entire. Outrigger ujurso may be, seen
from the pavilion. The chnlrs used
tor the theatrical performance at
night will bo at tho dlrposal of the
club members during tho afternoon
events Tho tickets to tho carnival
and danco In tho evening will also
admit to the great reviewing stand
duili g the afternoon,
The diredoruto of tho Outrlggei
Cluh has taken hold In carncbl um
will seo lu It that the .Improvement!.
begun, and already carried u long
wu), will bo completed.
The house tommltteo ot tho Out
rigger! Club will meet on the grounds
at Wnlklkl tomorrow afternoon to
topiplete llnal detulls fur tho Fourth
of Jul) regatta. -
Tho Trunk Spealght solid silver
tup, Tor six-paddle racing, uud the
Clurk trophies, for surfing confetti,
are now In the hands of the bouse
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Jack Scully of The Fashion Saloon
has arranged to have tho results n(
the big fight at Iteno, on tho Foutrh
sent him by coble, round by rourd
and will display the samo on his big
bulletin hoarit"lu Thu Fashion prem
Ises whoro the public can got tho news
almost as quickly as being right on
Figures for Five or More Games
Several Men Have Perfect Scores
Not Many Errors.
All the Othu league fans will bo
Interested to know how their respi"-'-Jvc
favorite plnjers stack up ns re '
Rardrf Melding, and the following tig-'
tires, which were inrcfull) compiled
b) MrN ltaKHH, will enable anjone
lu tee nt u glance what every man
has done In an) position he may
have occupied on the diamond.
PO. A. I!
I'fjton (M.) , ... i 17 0
Kicltjg (P.) .... 7 U 2
Kealolm (J.) .... 2 111 1
pau (C.) C 30 C
Sinclair (M ) 47 12 0
llrlto fJ.J 35 3 40
Soares (P ) 18 19 2
Ah Toon (C 1 ...fi2 fi 3
Uana (J.) 7fi 4' 1
Davis (M.) 87 . 2
Vkana (C.) .....2 2 .1
fokcph (P.) ....78 2 r.
Ilajes (MO 23 24 3
iiiii (C.) 13 II 2
Prauru (J ) 21 20 .'.
Jepunte (P.) ....21 20 9
'tni!8?(J.) It 13 2
Souza (P.)' 17 22 3
Amoy (C.) I) J ,6
Slorp? (M.) ClOaiS'i 7
i siioiiTsi ors.
Jaw (M.) 23 8
Tom jYcn (C.) .. 3 13. 4
Kalm (J ) 8 21 9
Tevcu (1) 7 10 5
FIELDEKB. s. -II.
Chack (C.) ..8 3-' 0
Motley (J.) G
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DOTS AND DASHES.
The standing In the Military series Z
Is as follows: Fifth Cavalry, .636; jifjj ROYALS AND
Marines, ,tiu; Hospital v-orps, tyv
National Guard, .583; Fort Shatter,
.307; Fort Ituger, 272.
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There was n boxlnc contest nt Fort
Shatter last night and Prlate Henry,
of Company O knocked Artificer Vlck-
ery out In tho second round.
Field shooting, us far as does go,'
starts today, and all thn gunners ot
the Islands will bs out on the trail of
tho feathered ones. I
Company 11 Is leading In the com
petition nt Fort Shatter, and some
good shooting la being done by the
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PlfCUEIt'S RECORD FOR
MORE 11111 THREE W
Kealoha and Espinda Lead in Fitch
ini; Freitas Third on List
Peyton Well Up.
Ilculdes doing all the scoring for
the Oahu league games, V. T. Ha.
peso goes to a deal ot trouble figur
ing out tho nrcrages ot the dllf-retS
plajcrs. In addition to hli excellent;
work as olTteial Biorer he tusVsentj
lu n lot ot Interesting figurtt tpTTtw
manageiueut of the league. Thffjeja
'ord of tho pitcher In the baM
league games shons that Ke'ajr
has won cvtry game. lie Imsplae
In, Espinda comes next w fth Ttw
'won and tlura loit, and rreltnsj
tniru wiui our wins anu inre
lobses The record for three
,and more Is as lulluwa:
U. IP. AH. H. R. 1111. HI) SO VP SHO
Kealoha (J ), , 4 i6 129 20 8 2 11 26 1 1
Espinda (J.) .. 3 26 l(95 13. 2 0 2 t8 3 2
Freltaa' (P,. .. 7 88 249 39 IB 3 10 32 t 1
Pejton (M.) .. 4. Jl, 10 til 10 0 4 20 1 2
Apau (C.)J.7'"07 2G9 54 31 1 22 47 3 0
Gibson (M.) ., 3 23 91 20 13 1 S 10 3 0 ,'
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