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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., TUESDAT, AUG. 2, 1910.
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asiemblance of iheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
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JmaiLuIwh. iAULJi.jrt,.,. ,,- u k- - ii. in., i. ,.i. ,.', t-t-Li :
zzi f-.- t - -.csJ , I Ogi" - '-- y m.
GREAT TIME FOR
SONGS, BOXING AND OTHER
STUNTS PLEASE EVERYBODY
Will Kerr Sings Some Classics
Dick Sullivan and Pat Cornyn
Box St. Louis College Quartet
Down nt the .Myrtle Hunt Club
Inst nlKlit theiu wns a Brent t linn
had by a large gathering of members
niul friends of the popular club. The
occasion was a smoker In honor of
the visiting- nelitRiiiPii, nnd well was
tlia affair carried out. All the uvnll-
alilo nmutcur talent of the city wa
on hand, niul what with sung, ilniicu
niul otlier HtunU, the evening went
all too fast.
Fun there wns In abundance, an. I
pipes,, clgnrs and cigarettes were
pulled away to the heart's content.
All wns to the merry, mid the crowd
certainly enjoyed Itself more and
more nit the evening progressed.
The crews of the three Irnnfl-I'n-cin.3
racers were on the spot, and
Commodores Smith, Ward and Wil
der were un deck and having a good
time. They were the guests of
honor, and everyone tried to maku
Dip visitors enjoy themselyos, ,
Captain llcrger had composed a
Myrtle march which was rondered In
fluo style. A copy of the mimic wiih
handed to Commodore Smith, who
said that he hud received everything
else lu Honolulu but music. Now
he had oven that, and the end iuit.it
be somewhere near.
Hula dancers kept tho visitors In
terested, mid many were tho expres
Ions of surprise that rume from tho
nialnlanders when tho wonderful
stutits of tho dancers were per
formed. Will Kerr tang some of his best
songs, and he got a great reception
each time. William Ib In u class by
himself when It comes to comic "lim
ing. He has a couple ot songs thai
are screamers, and thoy never (all to
cause roars of laughter.
Cacoreg did well with his turn
and wus generously applauded. Henry
Vlerra did his well-known Chinese
stunt, and he wns, as usual, excel
lent. Henry has the business down
line for sure, and he Is nlways worth
Then Dick Sullivan and Tat
Cornyn put on the gloves for three
rounds, and tho audience wns given
u good exhibition of how tho pugl
lists hand one another packages
when really out for business,
Kddlo Vaughau did an linpersona
tlon stunt niul brought down the
house. May and Keoho pulled off
their laughable Japanese stunt and
caused much mirth. lllschoff and
Curter did some line zither and guitar
playing, and Henry Clarke sang with
his usual feeling and depth. Henry
has a really fine vo)ce, niul has m
proved wonderfully In tho last year
or so. Ho Is a finished singer anj
one that it is a pleasure to listen to.
The Myrtle quintet and the St
Louis alumni quartet did flue work,
and right through the evening there
ON A DAY
like this ' a man can do more and
better work for a cool, refresh--::-
-::- . ing drink. -::- -::-
COME AND SEE US
"It's Tke Fashion"
u ji u n xi a u n :j i! n ts n I
:t fleoretarleR and managers
tt athlitlc clubs me Invited to send it
It In tho dates of any events which U
tt they may be grttlug up, for In- tt
Jt rorllon under the nbow bead, tt
I It Address all communications to tt
itt the Sporting Kdllor, Iiullctln. tt
ft Oahu League 8erles. tt
AiiRint 7. C. A. O, vs Marines, tt
tt AugiHt 7. P. A. Cj, vs. Waspila. tt
tt Oahu Juniors. tt
tt AiiRiirt 7. C. A. C. Jrs vs. l'a- tt
tt lamas. tt
tt August 7. Mil Hocks s Asnhlv tt
tt Qolt. a
tt August 21. Foursome, Country tt
tt Club. tt
tt Cricket. ti
tt August C Match. tt
tt Tennis. tl
tt August R. O. Hall Cup. tt
tt August I. Wall Cup. tt
tt August 13. Maul 'vs. Honolulu, tt
tt (Piiiinonc.) 1 tt
tt Polo. tt
tt August 10. Kauai s. I'lrtli Cnv- tl
tt nlry tt
tt August U. Oahu vb Knunl. t:
tt Basketball. tt
tt August 3. Y. SI, C. A. vs. Fort tt
tt Shatter. tt
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waH t.iuslc of soino sort. The party
lnoke up with cheers for the Myrtle
llont Club, and the hosts wero con
grutulutril on the great evening's
fun they had provided.
lm for lurch .
Presentation of Prizes and General
Gcod time for Visitors Many
Tonight ut the Seaside Hotel u
grand luuu will be given to the vis
iting yachtsmen, and after the 'fens!
tho prercntutlon of prizes won lu tlu
trmis.p.iclllc race will 'be made.
The tiophles are now on exhlbl
tlon In Mclnerny's l-)rl -street store,
and real beautiful specimens of cnlu
hashes they uie. Tho largest, or
course, goes to the Hawaii, which
won the raw, and it is a fitting me
mento of the gipat event. Cnptnln
Wilder will take charge of the cala
bash on behalf ot the Hawaii mhl
Club, and for jears tn come it will
remind people of the sutiet-s i: I lie
locully-bullt mid owned yn"ht.
Commodore Smith of the Sweet
heart will receive another smaller
calabash, and it will serve to keep
greet! In that fluo sportsman's mind
his visit to Hawaii nel. Although
the Sweetheart did not win, she went
close to It, and the men who handled
her aro to he complimented.
Last, but not least, comes the SInl
1 1 Ion. which was Balled by Commo
dore Ward. Tho gallant Bailor will
be presented with a third calabash
of smaller fclze, but size is nothing,
mid tho prize will be treasured by
the man who brought the Mollllou
down on tho long voyage. The luuu
promises to be a beauty, and nil thosa
fortunnte enough to get an Invita
tion should think themselves lucky.
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The tenuis men who are to go to
I'liunene are looking forward to the
trip with interest. The teum will
leave on Friday, August 12, and will
I be bark In town on the following
. fcTrtT fc.T
MATTER WILL BE
PROSPECTS OF FOUR TEAMS
0ETT1NG UNDER WAY SOON
Oahu and St. Louis College Alumni
Teams, N. G, H. Nine and Mili
tary Bunch Said to Be Ready.
This afternoon nt the lluugulow
meeting of tho Military Athletic As
toclatlon will be held, and n discus
sion as to the chances of starting un
nther baseball league will take place.
It Is proposed to form u league that
will embrace teams from the Mill
tury, St. l.ouls College Alumni, Oahu
College Alumni und possibly a X. !.
It Is felt that better baseball than
that plaed nt the Athletic Park U
moiled, and that the time Is ripe to
iutoicst people In the national game
once mo.e. Very few people besides
Jupanese go to the Oahu series, and
there should bo plenty of room for
good, clean baseball at the league
grounds, where such big crowds used
In gather lu the old days.
There Is kouio talk of the Univer
sity Club Joining the new league If
started, but nothing very dellnlte
will be known till the meeting" ts
pau this ufternoon.
If the new league docs get going,
theie Is a possibility ot a short Me
rles being played this yeur, und then
it regular schedule; for the season be
ing drawn up for next term.
The expense of getting an j.i-
Military team Into action Is causing
a lot of worry, and It may happen
thai: such n lomblnatlon can uot be
got going till some funds have been
got together. It Is relt that the All
Military nlno thut boat the Wnse
das should bo In tho new league as
It now stands, and that the only
thing that might possibly prevent It
wuuld be the lack nt funds.
The meeting this afternoon will
discuss the mutter of selecting a man
ager for tho new league, If formed
A man who can devote neurly all
his time to the Job Is needed, and to
do the thing properly a lot ot hard
work must bo done.
Another trouble Is that the N. O
II. plajers ure scattered over so
many uinerem lenms; inai iiiuki"
things hard. However, a real N. tl
II. nine could be picked without
much trouble, and there Is no doubt
that such a combination would make
things hot for any other nine.
The Ide.i of having n new league
Is n goad one, ns the general public
want to see good ball games without
having exhibitions like that or last
Sunday forced upon their ottentlon.
Let those who prefer downtown ball
stlclt to the present place, but there
ore ninny who would not go to the
Oahu league grounds, on account of
the vulgar way lu which tho fanB
perforin there nt times.
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Put Cornyn says that he, Is qultu
ready to box Cordell again nl any
time, and that ho Is quite satlsneu
with the way the contest was do.
elded on Saturday night.
Hotel near Fort
'HOW rUMIUIlKll l
wb t mm
Young Cnliforninn Takes Three Sets'
to One Davis Cup Man Sur-j
prised Everyone. i
IIHOOKI.I.NK, Miiks., July 22.
The greatest sensation of a tenuU
tournament filled with upsets oc
curred today lu the seml-flnnls ot
the Longwood singles when Maurice
MrUiughlln, tho whirlwind player
from the Pacific Coast and member
ot last year's Davis Cup team, de
feated Heals C. Wright, former na.
loiiat champion and America's
mainstay in international coniesis, in
four hnrd fought sets, -l-C, 7-8, 8-t!,
The young California!!, who li
making his second campaign in tho
Knst, outgeneraled and ou!pln)ed
Wright. Should the Westerner malm
tain the speed he displayed In to
day's gamp, experts pick him to bent
Wallace K. Johnson of Philadelphia,
the Intercollegiate champion, lu tho I
Tho Kastern double chumplonthlp
also furnished Its dally upset, when
E. II. Whitney, lloston Interxcholustlc
singles champion, and Itlchard lllsh
op ot the Longwood club, heat C. 1-'.
Touchard und C. It. Gardner ot New
York lu four sets In the semi finals. I
Whitney and lllshop tomorrow will I
meet the Yale team of It. A. Holdcnj
Jr .nnd I'. M. Wnldrous for the Kast-
em title lu semi-finals Eastern
doubles. .Summary: - N
Whitney and lllshop defeated Tou
chard and (iatdner, T-G, C-2, ll-l,
II, V. Holdon Jr. nnd V. SI. Wal
nuts of Yale defeutid It. If. Palmer
and C. O. Pljmpton of New York,
6.2, 0-4, C-3.
I-ongwood single, semi-finals SI.
K. McI.ouKhlln of San I-"runrlsco de
feated lleuls C. Wright of Huston,
l-C, 7-5, 8-C, 0-1.
Wallace I". Jo, Jon of Philadel
phia defeated A. ti. Dahnuy Jr. b(
lloston, 4-fi, 8-C, C 2, 0-3.
H it U
WAIANAE BEAT EWA
IN FARMER'S SERIFS
iii inmiiLn o oLniLo,
Simpson a d Meyer Form a Strong
Battery for Waianac Wailelet
Defeat Young Stars, G to 2.
There was other baseball besides
the regular Oahu merles on Sunday,
and somo uf the minor games were
The Walanne llasebull Team had
an eusy thing ot it when meeting tho
Kwa team on their grounds in tho
leiund garni) of the second terles
the plantutlou league, nnd took tl.oni
into camp tn the tune of 7 to 2. A.
SI. Blmphon and J. J. Meyer, form
ing tho battery for the Walanaes,
proved too much for the ICwns. In
the third Inning a pretty double play
wus pulled oft by the Walanne team
pltrher to tlrst to catcher. Hol
lowing Is a list ot the winning team:
K, Nlshl, If,; K, Lopes, f.; J. J.
Sleyer, p.; Geo, Me) or, 3b.; A. SI.
Simpson, c; John Lopes,' 2b,; J. Muti
don, rf.; L: Kiipuu, lb,; W. Jack, s.ir
Tlfe Young Stars and Wnlleles alfco
met, and the gnmo ended In a vic
tory for the latter teum by a score of
6 to 2. The lineup ut the winners
was us follows: St, Slarks, c ; Henry,
p.; Fred Correla, lb.; Jordan, 2b ,
Eugene, 3b.; John Kreltas, ss.j SI
mou. rf.; Nohrlga, cf.; Sllva, If. Tho
Stars scored lu their first nnd third,
and the Walleles lu their second,
(If tli, sixth and eighth Innings,
( Additional Sports on Page 10.)
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THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
GOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
Dame Saturday uhjhl, August C,
ut K ot P Ilul, given by the Car
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meiices at R: tn sharp, (lood music
und a good time. Kverybody cor-j
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gents COc, ladles 25c.
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0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7:
U. S. M. C. vs. C, A. C.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
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