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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ,T, TUESDAY. JULY 12. 1910.
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SAILORS AND JAPANESE
TO TRY CONCLUSIONS
Big Crowd of Jackies ExnecUd to
Attend at Athletlo Park Vis-
itorr Play Oahu College Alumni
This afternoon at the Athletic
Park tthcre will be a guino of bunc
ball that should attract a flne crowd
of fans, although It la hard for the
followers of the game to get u half
holiday fo early In the week. The
Waseda team will go up against the
Cleveland boys, and as tho men are
old opponents, a rattling good game
Toduy will not be the first time
the toama will meet, as over In Ja
pan tho Wascdas met the Cleveland
nine three times. The sailors won
out over In the Far Kast, and two
games out of three went to tlieni,
Tho Jackies have a good nine, and
tho rot of tho crew nlwnjs turn
out to root for their Bhipmutca. It
la sure to bo a lively game, and the
Japanese will have to play ball If
they Want to win, The Wascdas
have been very successful bo far and
hate only lost one game. The Jap
anese 'varsity men are getting boU
tcr every day, and mere uoeg not
seem to bo a junior learn that has
much chance of defeating them,
Ol, the big fellow who is about
the best allround man In the team,
plajs a line game at first, and he Is
always 'rjght on the Job. He, Is a
flreL-lasx.pih.))orv-alw), and with the
stick can hit with the besUof the
present-day plajors at the Athlelh.
Tho gamo will start, t. Iiulf.pnbt
three o'clock, and by that time a big
crowd of fans should be present.
"Klddo" Chllllugworlh will umpire
tho game, and he knows all tho
points' and can bo relcd upon' to do
the right (Uing by both teams.
On Saturday next the Wasedai
will go up agulust tho Oahu College
Alumul, and It will be then that the
visitors Vlll go up against a team
that should give them the go of tlicli
On Sunday the visitors will plaj
the Chinese Athletics and anothei
tight game, should eventuate The
C. A. Cs. arc playing good ball now
adays, and with a little luck should
make the Wascdas extend them
selves. Apuu Is feeling good, and
his pitching will be watched with
Interest by tho fans who saw tho
first struggle between the Wascdas
and the C. A. Cs.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
"I tried to get going and I couldn't.'!
That was 'Jeffries' retna'rk after he
was beaten by Johnson. It was the
old, old story of a man looking well
outside, but absolutely "all In" as re
gards his stomach.
The race for the Governor's Cup
will take place next Saturday, when
the yacht wl" "'art 'or tDe run
around tye Island of Oahu.
Billy Delaney, who seconded Jack
Johnson, says that within two years
Al. Kaufman will be world's cham
Wasn't there. We -thought he would be several
,Wi dollar's worth
Prize fights are uncertain, but it's a safe bet that you
can get the best drink in town right here
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tt the Sporting Editor, Onllctln tt
tt DASEBAM n
tt International Qsmes, tt
tt July 14 Waseda vs IMcked tt
tt Team. tt
t Oahu League Bsrles tt
tt July 16. Waseda vb, O C. tt
tt Alumni. tt
tt July IB. J. A. 0. vh Murines, tt
tt Oahu Juniors. tt
tt July 17. Asahls vs. Mu Hocks, tt
tt July 17. Pnlsma vs. C. A C Jr. tt
tt Plantation League. tt
tt July 17. Walpahn vs. Hwu. tt
tt July 17. Ewa vs. Walaiiae. tt
tt Military League. tt
tt July 17. Cayalry vs. Fort Shaf- tt
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tt Oeir. tt
tt July 17. Medal Day, Honolulu tt
tt GoK Club. tt
tt July 31. Novelty Tournament, tt
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tt July IS. Match. M
tt Tennis. tt
tt July E. O. Hall Cup. tt
tt Sept. Wall Cup. tt
tt Yachting.' tt
tt July 1(1. Wren ttaco tt
tt Trans Pielfle Yacht-ruce. tt
tt JulyFrom Snn "Pedro tu'Hono- tt
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Was Confident That.JIe Was Jeffries'
Master, and DaJy Wondered
When He Wotild 'Put Jeff Out:
Jack Johnson got a great reception
at Reno when hqtreturaed from the
scene of tho big OghL i He drove up
In nn automobile and as 'ho ap
preached his hotel the crowd caught
sight of him and cheered. He did not
havo a mark on hlni and looked just
the same aa he has for months past.
Over $200,000 was taken at the
gates and Tex Illckard, the chief pro
moter, expressed himself as very well
satisfied at the way tho show was pat
ronised. There were three thousand
"standing room" tickets sold at the
gates, and there was no spare space
After tho flght Jock Johnson mado
a statement to tho following effect:
"It was no easier than I expected. I
knew that I had the big fellow from
tho very start. I was not hurt at any
time. The treatment I received In the
ring was alright; I -was treated like
a gentleman. 1 knew I was Jeffries
master from the time we sparred oil;
I knew I bad him and the only ques
tion was when should I knock him
out As for Sam Lnngtord, I am
ready to take him on any time he
makes a real noise. I shall have great
satisfaction in doing the sumo thing
tq him some time, since he has taken
occasion to abuse me.
Johnson starts at once on a vaude
vllle circuit and will not fight for one
IN THti SUMMER SEASON
children overindulie In eating fruits
with stomach pains a consequence;
mothers should have on hand Pain
klllerf Terry Davis'). 25c. 35c and GOc
BIO YACHT IBACE.
OATTAIN WILDER MAY BR1N0
IN HONOLULU'S BOAT FIRST
Local Yacht Starts Off Well and
Should Have Considerable Lead
In a Few Days May Finish 'on
July 24. I
Now that the trantiiFa'cilla race Is
under wny the prospects of the Ha
waii winning out may be considered,
and the fact that right at the start
the Honolulu reyrescntalvo took the
lead and was a mile nhcad when last
seen, gives people an Idea that atlaet
Hawaii la coming Into its own. Of
course there Is a long way to go be
fore tho race Is finished, but a good
start Is everything, and the way the
Hawaii Is reported to have got under
way and shown her heels to all the
rest of tho yachts augurs well for the
position the local boat Is going to oc
cupy at tho finish.
All tho hotics of Hawnll are cen
tered on tho yacht of the .same name,
and If sho wins there will be Joy In
this little old bufc. And there seems
to be overy chance of the, Hawaii
coming In first with a lead that will
give her first place notwithstanding
the big handicaps she has to allow
the other yachts.
According to the cablegram re
ceived yesterday afternoon, the yawl
Mollolou was the first to cross the
starting line and the schooner Sweet
heart was close behind her, while the
Hawaii was 'the last to get gslng on
the long Journey,
Tho Hawaii, however, soon caught
up to the other craft, and when last
sighted was wolt ahoad. Captain Wil
der went straight out to sea and
gained an ndvantago that was lost to
tho boat last year wheh she was hung
up along' the coast for a day or more.
Cantaln 'Wilder and his crew will
crack on all sail and no time will be
lost on the run down Tho Hawaii Is
expected to enter Honolulu harbor on
or about Sunday, July 21, and should,
she win the race there w,ill be a great
time all over these Islands.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Tom Ilundy and Trow Hendrlckr
defeated Ixmg and McLoughlln for the
Pacific doubles championship on July
1, and a great match It was. The
scoro was 7-5, 6-8, 6-2, 3-6, 7-5 aud
the total games of 29 to 26 shows
what sort of a struggle the match
was. Miss May Sutton and Mils
Hotcbklss played an exhibition match
and the former won two seta straight,
6-2, 6-0. The ladles' singles champion
ship went to Miss Sutton, who defeat
ed her BtBler, Mrs. U. O. Bruce, by a
scoro of (-0, 6-1. -.
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The Mil 1 lock's beat the Palamas by
a score of 14 to 8 on Sunday morning
at the Athletic Tark. Nigel Jackson
has taken pn the Job of scoring and is
doing the same good work as he did
All,. Jour towns In the Marin;
League are' now tied and each com
pany has won one and lost one game.
(Additional Sports on Fage 10.)
WILL SOON EIRE
Expect to Have Shell-throwers at
Fort Kuiter in itrinu uonamon
by October Central Control of
According to authority on the sub
ject tho big mortarn which constitute
the battery of Fort Hugcr,.wlll belch
lorth real shot and shell before the
end of the year, but it will be. only in
wnr practice. It was not thought that
tho mortfira would bo given this test
beforo nemo time next year, but It
seems that things are working along
In such n satisfactory way that Ibc
mortars will bo In shape to have the
tost sooner than was expected
Thcso guns hnvc only been fired on
one previous occasion and at that
time It Is stated that tho foundations
under a number of tho guns were
damaged to such an oxtent that con
sldernble work was necessary to re
pair tho same.
The flro control s stein. In Diamond
Head will direct tho "movements" of
tho big guns when In practlco and
also in actual wnr, When everything
Is connected up as Is proposed, this
system will control the actions of the
guns at all of tho forts on this Island.
The sailors of the Cleveland Inst
evening fittingly entertained at a
Homewnrd Hound Dall on tho roof
garden of tho Young Hotel, (it which
scores of soldiers, sailors and civil
ians were present. Captain Kodtunn
of the Cleveland and other olflccre of
tho two cruisers were prcii'tit.
Tho homeward bound penniut, tut
ors and Jack woro all used In tho dec
orations of the pavilions holding (ho
places of honor over tlut other Ii.iki
used to make bright and heerf'il the'
interior of the dancing ouins.
In charge of the dancu r the fol
Floor managers C, V, Pohl urtd C
Secretary D. Falrbrtln i
Treasurer A. B. Corensun.
Reception F, OrUtpl.-J, A; jJtmddy;
V. It. Dolan and It. W. Crouter.
Uecoratlona S. 8telner (chilnmm).
II. Abrahnm, L. O. Uuenther, 3 Wrbo
lowskl, W. It. Easter and II. f. Hum?
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Arrangements F. J. Walduun,
(.chairman), C. J. Marck'll. 'V. Hltoy
and F. W. Kaczmarek.
The new home of the University
Club Is CApLcted to be finished In
ldo of tho noxt eight or ton da) a In
eluding tho painting and decorating
A gang of plumber aro doing thnt
branch of thu work and It Is expected
that they will have finished by the
tlmo the other mechanics' havo gotten
through with their work.
Tho rooms In the new building aru
well laid out for the use to which they
are to be put. A sieclat featuru of
ine arrangement or tne insmo is in
(he fact that the threo rooms, which
run parallel with -Hotel strict cun bo
thrown Into one, if tho, occasion re
quires for the purpose of a banquet
making nuUnlng room thirty feet
wide by eighty five feet long.
The Hotel street end o tho wlnp
will be set apart for the tiso of wo
men. These two rooms aro colonial
throughout and will bo tho prettiest
apartments In the building.
. It Is expected that the cub will
bo occup)lng the new club house be
fore the end of the month.
The following wireless message has
been received by the agents from the
"8. 8. Sierra, At Sea, July II. 91.0,
8 p. m. 847,'piiles from San Francisco
light ship. r,rBn tf. E- winds Mod
erate sea, (lark gloomy overcast. Par.
30 32, Air, 65. 73 cabin-9 steerage pas-
sracers. 118 Backs mall and Wells'
Fargo express, 1503 tons cargo
rALlFOKMAH M81T, VOLCAMW'
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Chas. S Brown, acting tor tho German-American
Savings IJank, Los An
geles, who has Just returned irom a
three-day horseback tour of tho Island
of Oahu, that ho may understand Its
topography and agricultural develop
ment .left today with several others of
the party for the Volcano of Kllauea
While there he will also make a study
of the Island of Hawaii, that he may
give reliable data to those intoudltfg
the trip to Vie Islands.
fWlien a bi
bit would i
dent than a footba
rr Eoro; he may bo
said totfave8truck his gait-
Continued Success, of
1 Success, of j
A S I N 0 M
TJ 0 M P "AN Y
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday
July Ml. n, 13
TIIIJ MUSICAL SCItBAM
The Three Twins
Everything New! Catchy Songsl
Pretty Costumes! Lovely Chorus!
Brilliant Scenic Effects!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
July 14, 15, 10
"THE OENERAL'S DILEMMA"
Order Your Seats Today
PRICES ,23c, 50c.
Matinee. Saturday, 25o
Honolulu Athletic Park
SATURDAY, JULY 10:
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. 0.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 17:
A. C. vs.
A. C. vs.
J. A. C.
Admission 25c, 50c, and 75c, '
Fort btrert Below Beretanla
GEOROE- GARDNER and ETHEL
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
J. V, GIBSON Dancing and Sing-
inc Comedian. .,
CARL WALLNER " i
1 JmIssIhh ft 1fU 1 Km . .
AUUUnsVU..fiMSJ..UU 1WM IWV.''-. w J
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancers and
VEST-POCKET MUSICAL COMEDY
.15c. 10c, 5a.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
will hold its first quarterly dance on
THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall. .
GOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
' &E1V KIMJKU AT l'AHK.
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Miss Ethel May, who made her Ini
tial bow last night at thePaj .k. ThCi,, f&
aterlo a Honolulu audience, Is a voc- -4-S(
allstUhr1 abbveTlh average, and her
rendition of two songs was a cleasanl
cnange,irom me nachneyeu -ersjs in .
he pctur,ehos. She Is&u't-d with ' L
d melodious n'oIiV) tlkt tils' been well jjj
trained. Her songs were more or less,
familiar to music-lovers, and the ap
plauBe which greeted her showed real
appreciation. She is petit and pretty,
and has a fascinating manner
George Oardner Is one of the good
old school of Irish dialect singers. He
haa a pleasing tenor voice He sang
an old song. "I'm Not Messlf at All."
and for an encore he gavo "The Blar
ney." The Desmonds did one of their best
acts, their dancing being particularly
good rt,Tha'.voudevllle(attraUlons aro
more and better than have been soon
utlany of the theaters here.
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