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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. nilDAV. JULY 8, 1910.
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ALL READY FOR
Games to Be Played on Thursdays tt J..W io-amMh . Mu Hocks
at Athletic ; Park Tomorrow the tt July lo. Pilaimt i 0 A C Jr It
i marines a iu nay wascaan tt Plantation Leanuc.
Fine Game Expected. jtt .luly,lo Walpahu b. w.ilatmo
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lo hcur that Iho WnsedaB will go ,,,,,. iu,i., . r..
tip against the pick of the Military.,, Jllly ,,. a , Mnr)nc8.
League phi) ers. At a meeting which U JllIy 3Kort ShnNcr s Fort St
wim held jcxtcrday nfternoon at thc linger, tt
Dtingalow, It was derided to give tho t ' Doxlnn tt
service men a chance to try ' their ,, .iy f.Ahihn Park. tt
tt July 17.-
Medal Play, Honolulu S'
You'll find the. beer served in the
good old steins at the Pacific
Saloon, corner King and Nuuanu
Streets. Dick Sullivan, prop.
tt flnlf Club.
St July 31. -Novell) Touin ttiicnt
St July n Match
si jut) i: o. iiaii cup.
It Sept. Wall Cup
tt July 10 llnkley Cup
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race
tt Inly 3 Start from San Pedro
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We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
w miAitANTM nun onnns
I'll CORNVN RETURNS TO
TAKE OK TACK CORDED
strength agajiist the Japanese mil
Tho first gnmo will bo on Thurs
day noxt, when Iho WiiHcdtiH will
play a team of dafcuderH selected
from tho following list of pl.i)crs:
Peyton, A'danis, John Williams,
Florcs, Sinclair, I)als, Hums, Lenin,
Lemon, Wolters, MiCnll, Slorp, 11.
Chllllngworth, O'Sultlvnii, Ilrnniion,
Walker, Ilontr, Klsler, Townscndi
The nbnvo list Includes all tho
best men for tho different positions
from pitcher to fielders. With It August Season Opens,
Hampton. Williams and I'd ton for I II
tho box. and Korea and Blnclnlr as' tt tt tt it tt St Si It St n tt tt tt tt tt t
catchers, Hit1 huttdry rim bo mnilo
strong .enough. Then Davis or
minis couin noiu down urst, nnu
both.aro excellent In that ixisltliin.
I.cmn Is a dandy at second, and Mc-
Call Is aa good as most at third,
"Klililo" Chllllngworth Is tho rand)
kid at short, and with Walker.
Townsend and Klsler In the coun
try, a fine team would faco tho Wn-
On Wodnesday nfternoon noxt nt
tho leaguo grounds there will be
practise by the men who have been
mined ns KHslbllltlcs for tho ser
vice team, and at half-past three
o'clock all tho men whoso liumcs
appear In tho list are requested to
attend nt the grounds.
Tho scries should bo an Interest
ing one, and the men of tho differ.
ent branches will put up a great
fight In their endeavors to bent Iho
Wascdns And tho probabilities are
that the military lads wilt wlpo tho
ground with the visitors, to tha
huge delight of tho Shatter, Very,
Schofleld, Itugor and Do Hussy fnns
Tomorrow afternoon at the Ath
letic Park the Wactdas will play
the Marines, and the half-wets nro
determined to beat tho .visitors.
They bIzq It up that the C. A. Cs.
BhouUl have beaten tho WascdnBlast
Monday, and on that showing they
consider they ran tako tho goat of
thn Japanese plujers. All tho ma
rines nro turning out to root for
their representatives, and tho ladles
from Camp Very will surely bo on
hand, ready to cheer every bit of
good 'work that the marines do.
On Sunday tho Wasedas are to
meet the Portuguese Athletics, and
a good game Is expected. Louie
Spares has drilled his men well and
they w Btcp onto the diamond
ready to show tho Japanese tourists
what real baseball Is like.
Tho Bhaftcr lineup for basketball
looks good on paper and it is as fol
lows; Sergeant McCull, Corporal
Woodruff, rilton pr Marks, Lieuten
ant Chilton, l.ejnM nnd Klsler; Grant
and Rowland, 'subs.
Sullivan's Brother (Will Reach Ho
nolulu on July) 15 Match Will
Be For Fifteen Rounds.
Liners 'of tho manly art will hnc
n treat within a (oiinlo of weeks.
when Pnt Cormn and Jack Cordcll
step Into tho ring and proceed to
gtvo n show that will remind people
of the threo battles put up by Cor
dell and Dick SullUan last ear.
Jack MtTadden Bout a cn'jle to
Pat and Informed him of tho fact
that there was a good match await
lug him In Honolulu If he cared to
come back Pat wnit to the main
Innd In order to see tho Johnson
Jeffries fight, and he has cabled back
to Honolulu to the effect that he will
return on the Sierra, which arrives
hero on July 1.1
Cordell and oniii should dra
a big house, nnd ns the Uvo men
hate already fought a four-round
draw, It will bo Interesting to Bee
how tbey shape up over a fifteen
Ah soon ns Cornjn arrhes the
match will bo llxed up and the art)
cles signed. Tho dato of the tight
will probably bo somnwhore around
the end of tho mouth, and there is
not much doubt that tha see no of
tho contest will be the Aloha Park,
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Tlio transpacific )acht race start";
tomorrow from San Pedro, nnd n cable
should nnnnunca tho number of boats,
thnt arc taking part In tho event.
Kort Shatter basketball plnjora will
tackle tho V M C A bunch before
long, and It may bo that July 20 -will
bef tho great day
Tho Walalua baseball nine defeat,
ed tho Walateo bo)s by a score of 6
to 5, after a most exciting gamo on
MEN ARE IN CONDITION
TOR CONTESTS AT PARK
Soldier McCollough Thinks He Can
Oct iioao's Scalp Wahilam
Will Make Tcrnen Extend Him
self tailors Will Box.
There will bo somu good boxing
seen tit Alomi I'urk tomuirow night,
and Iho three ctcnts that nro to bo
pulled oft should plcaio tho sports
who have rccoterid from the knock
out thnt tho win of Jack Johnson ad
ministered to them. H Is remarkable
the amount of money that was bet on
Jctfrics, and how jieoplo llgurid It
out that Johnson only stood u IU to
i i UuitiLc Is a puzzlu to tho sports who
grabbed all they wanted of the odds
Two to ono was offered freely on
Maul, and otcn alter tho llrst two
rounds woro cub led the odds could
i.io oevu obtuliied
llouotor, most people, will lime
wiped oil tinnnj3Sl and chilrgeu
tuem to experience by this time, und
tomorrow night the Aloha should bi
crowded by tho suino old bunch that
yells Itself hourso whenever a good
plinth Is laniled by cither ol the 1011
testants. boidler McCollough Is working oil.
fur tils match with 1 1 oho, mid hu b
looking well. Ho was In town )ea
terday afternoon and In answer to a
ivmark said Unit ho felt well und con
ltdent. Whllo acknowledging that
duuny Jim is a good hard hitter nnu
elecr at that, McCcilluiJgh rctkuni
that hu can bring homo tho goods be
loro tho end of tlitcuth round. ""
Hoao is training under tho watch
ful cyo of bill Hulhul, who knows a
deal about tho game. Hill was u
star In tho ring himself some yearb
ago, and most pcoplo remember Mb
bouts with Dick Sullivan. Wnbllani
was ouo of Hill's proteges, nnd Hoao
nas worked so much with him that he
appears to bo u Becoud and heavier
edition of tho "Wild Swan."
The other two bouts will bo Inter
esting ulso, und thati hctuteii Waul'
mm ana lerrien stiouia prou.lo a
good nttrac.j. fue boldler wtt put
out of business by Jloao :t few weeks
ago, and it now remains to uu b
how Wabllaul, who is u clovjr man
with tho mitts, will stack Vip against
tho man from Kort ltuijur.
Two sailors Crowley and Vedlln
will also box six rounds, and the go
should be aa willing nt) uu:- in
here Tho Jackles from ilia Cioie
mini and Chattanooga will bo .ireM'iu
In force, and tho way the men .JH
bo greeted ns they step into tho I In,
w)l surely bo an cyeopener to thu
Juck McKadden Is manat,iui; thn
show and he thinks that ha has cot
a piogram thnt will uppoii! to nil
Biirts of sports. Tho lunlj chii
should be u beauty and tlio oilier fvo
.ihoutd be vijtiully us good.
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"itdiiawakl" Knigor fired a Ealutc
of scum guns wheti-thc-Klmm nrxh
ed Kahultil on the excursion tilfi, IU
also tired tho samo number of sunk
when the steamer started back, Frank
had a real cannon, nnd took great
delight In loading It and firing from
tho stem of tho Klnau.
R1FIE W Kill
mm w shoot
N. 0. H. Team Should Do As Well
This Year As Last Camp Perry
to Be Scene of Action,
Once ng-iln tho nnnunl big shoot of
all branches of the service Ins rnmo
around, nnd on July 20 the represen
tntlves of tho N (1 It will Icavo foi
Camp Perry, Ohio, wbero onco again
they will try and capture the honors
for Haw nil.
Last )eir Iho Honolulu men did
fairly well, and ono of their members
John Slono who enptured tho Indhl
dim nvcrngc, Mint er) well Stone
will try nnd get away again on Jul)
20, and ns ho Is shooting In excellent
foitu. It Is to bo hoed that ho does
make the trip
Noxt Sundny tho men who hac n
chance of making tho team will prnc
tlco at Port Shnftcr, nnd within -i
week or so tho selection of riflemen
will be mado for tho Camp Perry ex
Thlrt) fho new stnr gaugo rlflet
haxe arrhed, and 2l,noi) i minds of am
munition also came to hand on the
Lurllne Major Illley Is getting bis
men into great Fhape, nnd the fortun
nto ones who nnko the trip will not
only hnc n chance of shooting against
thn best shots of Iho United Slates
but the) will nlso have a good time
both going nnd coming
Co. D Beat Co. B Yesterday and the
Score Wns 0 to 3 Good Games
Arc Being Played.
There Is sonio flno Inselnll bolng
phOi'd at C.imp Very nnd tho differ
cut companies are ery keen on Iho
Uamo Tho men urn nut uti llm rt l-ii
t!ir-M;lrlnc bill nine. antl'iiOno "of tin
Oahu league pla)ers aru ellglblo for
tho Inter-company ball games
Among tho "others" at tho Marine
headquarters nru several good pla)ers
who will doubtless. In time tin uni.
moted to piny or tho team that rep
rescniH Iho urnncli of tho service.
Ycstcrd IV ufternonn Cninn.iiiv II
'tackled Company II und. after the
ninth Inning wns finished, It was seen
that tho I) bunch were winners by a
score of 9 to 3. Sovcn men on tho
I) team scored, und two of them
NesiKxIxl.iny and Lipskt did tho
trick twice. Kor Iho 11 boys, the
scoring was dime b) Munco, Cling
Kith and Horsey
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Wasn't there. We thought he would be several
Prize fights are uncertain, but it's a safe bet that you
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Saturday, July 9
JIM 1I0A0 of Honolulu vs. SOL
DIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort Shaffer
WAHILANI vs TIM TERRIEN
IKE YEDLIN of U. S, S, Cleveland
vs. DENNY CROWLEY of U. S. S.
Chattanooga Six Rounds.
Tickets on sale nt Fitipntrick
Bros.' Cicnr Store, Hotel and Fort.
3tnrrff C!fl4 CO, TTanrfwl Curtla
$f.50 and $1; General Admission!
juc. lime caiicn 0:10 p. m.
"- iUHT BHAiTiiK HEWS ,, , , .... .
'V ""ajk Honolulu Athletic ParR
The proficiency test commenced
jesterday morning at 8 o'clock All
tho companies were formed on tho
parade grounds nt that hour, arma
stacked, andtho men were held In Im
mediate vlclnlt) until required on the
target rango i:qulpincnts was heavy
marching order All enlisted men
had to ntlend with their companies.
ino garrison prisoners were turned
nor to tha r company commanders
'"fnr '''" et came off, and weri
returned to their proper places as
soon ns tho tiring was completed
Members of the guawl that bclongoj
to Companies K and O woro rent to
their companies at 7:30 p. m and as
soon ns they got through firing they
icpoitcd bnck to tho guard house. The
pit, detulln from B and II companies
wcro reported to tho rango ofllccr on
cluss A rango nt 7:30 p. m. Tho pit
dctnlls from V mid (I companies re
ported ns soon ns they finished their
firing. Ammunition required was thir
ty 130) toiimls per mnn for coiupnn
los F and O nnd fifteen (IS) nnmds
per man for companion K nnd 11
First Lieutenant .McCIccm was deslg
nnted as rango odlcor
The following named officers of
this battalion left on tho last trans
nort for tho State. Malor Hum
Moore and Captnln Charles W Ex
ton. Upon recommendation of tho post
surgeon tho following named enlisted
men liive proceeded to the States on
the last transport and upon nrrlval
reporting to tho Commanding Officer
U. 8, Army General Hospital, Presi
dio of San Francisco, California, for
further observation and treatment.
Prhato Paul Longford, 105 Company
Coast Artillery Corps, I'rlwilo Thorn
ns Alexander, 1S9 Company Const
Artillery Corps; Prlviilo Hilward
Lynch, Troop A, tltti Cavnlr), Ser
gennt Frank WcBiier, Trixip I, Mlt
Tbo following named enlisted mcu
of this post lime been rclloed frcjm
special duty and detailed on extra
duty In the (uartermnster Depart
uicnt Sergeant Francis M. Petti
grew Company B ns overseer; Prlv
ato Oeorgo M. Slmpsun, Company F,
as mechanic; Private Marnier nail, as
teamster and Private Jesso U, Paul
ns chik In tho Quartermaster De
I'rhnto August BneTt, Company B;
lllecnwood Company II, Ilowers Com
pany Q, arn relieved from oxfra duty
as laborer and mechanic, respective
ly In tbo Quartermaster Department
and detailed on extra duty as team
stcra In thnt department
I'rhnte Joseph qolllns- "Ilaud,' 5tb
Cnvalry, having been rejiorted fit for
duty by tho post surgeon will pro-
SATURDAY, JULY 0:
J. A. C. vs. 0. 0. ALUMNI
U. S. M. C. vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, VULY 10:
C. A. C. vs. J. A. 0.
T. A. C. vs. WA3EDA
Admission 23:., 50c. and 75c.
Fort Street Below Beretini
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Sodr- nnd Dame
r. V. GIBSON Danoing and Sine-
Admission Cc lOc. 15o.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
vnsT-rociaiT musical comedy
Admission 15c, 10c, 5c.
cecd to Join his station at Schofleld
Private Thomas II Neer. Troon !.
5th Cavalry, having also been report
ed lit lot duty by the post Surgeon
will proceed to Join his nroner sta.
tlon at Schofleld Harracks,
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