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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1911.
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HONOLULU, T. H.
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CASTLE COP TENNIS TOURNEY
PLAYED IN SEMI-FINAL STAGE
Judd Wins From Sinclair, 6-1, 6-1, 6-1, By Heavy Handi
cap Baldvvin-Btittolph Match Rests With One Set Each
6-3 Finals Tomorrow.
1 M Juilil wfln fmin Plni'Inlr In
the pt'liil-fln.il" of tin- r.iMli I'up f
tenlny nlurnoun on iinnuM of too
hmvy it liniiillcap Impiim-il iion the
Inttir plnytr, Simhilr Ix-lnK "it nt
minim iiiH'-iiilf iirtxn iimi Juclil IkIiib
idvcn pliix firiti'ii
The Hahlivln-Huttnlih mnti'li ulnnils
(it uncnll In ritn uml will lie llnlxlirO
The two mm would linvo mnilo a
good mntcli with JiuUI nt siruti'h nml
Sinclair nt minim onc-liiilf llftien, ninl
uoulil have ;ut up rumu tvnnl that
winilil have been warm enough to
plenne the mot ardent fan.
Handicap Too Heavy.
A It wan yesttnlny, Sinclair vvnaln
Imrlnit nniler too heavy n hnmllenp,
nml thoiiKh he vwm not playlnss In III"
iiioial form, he couhl not have won out
hail he playnl up to the murk.
It vvnH not until the third ret. when
J mill tired Hoinewhat, that Hlnrlalr
made mntterH tntrr.nt Intr nt nit. there
helnK only one kiiiiih In the tlrnt two
frln that went to ileiire, hut In the ln.t
there were evrnl which went to th.it
point hefore Judd won out.
Sinclair I inneli the better player
of the two men. his Mroke helm?
varied and wlft, but he iihmI noheud
work In plaeliiK the ball on ill re
turn. OneStroke Judd.
Judd linn onl one stroke and ran not
do any hack-hand work, but In plte
of thin fact Sinclair time lifter time
put the hall In reach of the fore-hand
ftroke of Ills opponent when It tnlnht
have been placed on thy other Hide nnd
won him a point.
Sinclair succeeded In getting; the sec
ond Knme In the llft set, the lirth In
the second, nnd the second hi the third
set, nnd those were the only thie
Knmes ho had to hl credit In the
three sets when the mat h was ovtr
nnd Judd had made the finals of the
II) Raines the match went ns fol
lows. Judd servlni! (lrst In the first sit.
Sinclair In the seeoud. and Judd In
l . .. . :
the absence of " after effects."
German beers are very like our own
PRIMO BEER in their full rich flavor and
sparkling life without the "bitter' taste found
in so many American beers.
Ml i Mm . ..mmmw
mm rw lmmmmmm
The results of the two sets played
liy Sam ll.ihlwlu and lllltlolph, when
the dinner took the first fi-3 nnd the
latter took the second by the same
si ore, were somewhat of n surprise, for
the sp tutors thought Hint llaldwln
would tnke the necessnry thrie sets In
one -two-three order, not KivlUK Ills op
pom nt much of u chance
This mutch was to have started nt
I :H'. mid the Slticlnlr-Judd match nt;
f o'dock. but as llaldwln was delayed
until r. nnd the play was so slow lie
twei n strokes, but two sets could be
played and the others will be on this
nftcrnoon to finish the senil-llnnls and
decide who will meet Judd In tho Duals.
Snin was not up to his tisunl form
yestirday with the racquet, lluttnlph
taklnR the llrst name of the first set,
nnd then tnkliiK two moro before tho
sit was oer.
HeKlnnlnt! with the second Kame Sam
lifKun to get busy nnd took four enmes
In succession, then lluttnlph took one,
Sam one, lluttnlph nnnther nnd then
Sam took his sixth, eloslnn tho stt C-n.
The sei ond set wns exactly the same
ns the llrst In the order thnt the immes
wen taken, with the winner tunde of
the losir of tho llrst set, when llut
tnlph took the set i-l.
The score by Knmes, In this match
He has used the best German
beers since he was a boy, and
he knows when he has found
one that is soft and mild and
pleasant to the taste, and in
Tin J3eer Thai's
lo Quit nic Clinioic
f.w.0V-,r i 9yjT jrsj,.
b x :
This iifUrnimn at I'OT these two
lilars will cit totseiher ukhIii on tho
llirel.inla mm In nnd lllil-h the 111:1 tilt
In tin neml II1111K and tomorrow iiftir
noon Hie tlintlx will be plaMil between
the winner of llilf mati h and Jiuld.
Warm Game On Kam Grounds
Results 5-4 for Home
On the Kninehamehn Held yesterday
afternoon the home team defeated the
St. Louis seconds fi-4. .
It was n close Kame of hall all the
way tlirniiKh, with phnty dolus from
start to llulsh. Watson of the Saints
dlst nKulshed himself ns 11 heuy hit
ter yestirday by BWJtllnB the hall for
n home run.
This Kame wns n pitchers' battle, In
which both pitchers ontKUessed the
batters with their combination of
curves. Chine Sue, the St, Louis
twlrler, pitched n uiUKiiincent Knme,
even If he did lose out. Pete Knhcle,
who twirled for the homo tram, must
bo credited for tho flue work he did.
The Saints missed n splendid chance
to score In the ninth, with two men
on bases second nnd third. l'nchcco
fanned and ended the limine
The Knms then enme In nnd sent a
man ncross the plate, which ended tho
Kame In their fnvor.
The score by InnliiKs: .
Saints ...v 0 2020000 01
Knms 01210000 15
J l'ns(ioth nnd Knlal umpired thn
In the triangular leaitne series of tho
second teams, the next event will bo
on l'rlday. when Puns nnd Knms innt
nt Kamehnmehn Kround.
u a it it tt n t: it ti n n tt it it it ti it
it SPORT CALENDAR. !
it If MnnaRers of ImReball nnd nth- it
it cr athletic teams would notify tho it
it 11 11 1 le tin of the dates of pin- it
it posed matches pu that such In- it
it formation einild ho plncod In the it
tt sport calendar It would lo con- tt
it Hlilerod a fuMir Address nil com- tt
ti niunlrutlons to Sporting Kdltor, it
tt II 11 1 10 1 1 11 Office it
it Wednesday, May 10. it
it Ilaselmll Knms s. IIIkIis. tt
ti Friday, May 12. !i
it Dance Myrtle lloat Club House, it
tt Saturday, May 13. it
it Hawaii Yacht Club Cruise o it
tt Wnlunue- ItetiirnliiK Suiulny. ti
it Smoker Ilenlanl lloat Club tt
it IIllllFC. it
tt-C.olf nt Country Cluti I'real- tt
it dent's Cup Play. ti
it Sunday, May 14. it
ti SiiKiir IcaKiic OatiH'H nt Kwn it
Kwn vs. Alca. At Wiilpahu
it Wnlpnliu vs Wnlanno,
tt Coif at Country Club Prcsl
ti dent's Cup Play.
it Monday, May 15.
it rinsofoall Knms. vs. Puliation,
it Ilnscbull Highs vs. Knms.
ti Wednesday, May 17.
it Championship Tennis Toiirna- it
it incut, SIiikIcs Commences
it Iftwr Courts. ti,
it Saturday, May 20. it
it Honolulu Team lo Maul for Soc- tt
it ccr (lame. it
tt Sunday, May 21. it
tt Opening Season of Honolulu it
ti Yncht Cluh ti
it Saturday, May 27.
it ladles' Day Hawaii Yacht Club
1 .5 Ladies uaj Hawaii 1.1cm liuii
I it lliiwnll Yacht Cluli n.mco Pearl
, it Hnibor.
ti Klrst Week Knd nxetirslon lo
it Maul Visit I.111 Valley.
' i Sunday, May 28.
ti Ladles' Day of Hawaii Yacht
it Club Pearl Harbor.
J ti Sunday, June 11.
, it Ilaseball Walalua vs. Wnlnleo
, it nt Walalee
ti XT nil n M ti it it it 8 H M ti if B-M
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TO BE PLAYED
Win of Y. M. C. A. at Basket
ball Assures. Fifth Game
With Kalihi Team.
The gallery nt Y. M. C. A. gymnn -
slum was .iiiwded with spectators last;'" "l0 " hopes, up In L-llensburg.
evening, who watched nnd cheered the 0. nl'"t n yenr ngo, nnd many of
baskilball plaicrs 0:1 the Iloor below, ,ll",,, bo saw the mlxup claim that
when Kiillhl and tho home team mct.1'",!nni' l"0" '"vo been given tho
the latter being victorious by a score , 'leelslon.
of 3f-IS Itufe Turner. Iho black lightweight.
It was an overwhelming victory for,',,in ""no back so successfully last
the home team, und makes the stand- week, will start ngnln this time. Ills
lug of the two teums the same, inch Pponcnt Is Jack Horner, the Western
having won two games, nnd It assures ' l'i" '. nnd tho only one. In tact, who
tho Playing of tho llfth contest on sumo ' "' ,tk' n ehance against ltufe. Tur
neutrnl Hour where one Is us much it1,mr '" M l1nv' w"8 "' tl,B Kreatest
home ns the other. lightweights In the business, nnd nn-
Tline has nlways been great rivalry ' I-urently ho still retains a lot of his
between the Kallhls nnd Y. M. C. A. ' i ''" '! 'lass,
men. both in luindbull und basketball. ' '"' '-ong. who shone ns n henvy
11 ml the eerles now helm; pluyed Is eight star before the lire, will nlso
bringing out the best that Is in the two "ttenipt to do a Jeffries, and lias been
tenuis, for they lire both ufter the ""t'bed to go ng.ilnst Al Krelger. tho
championship, which will bo decided . '""'V teamster. Long was n good ono
wllh the next game. J" ' " ""''V0 ""' , ll0 lllre-
U wus mdashhii; gnmo from the llrst 1"' 'lrn'"" nm' "nr'7 ,!!r."' tw0 m"ro
lust evening, but It wus In the llrst ! Jl,l",',H, nr" ."".l lnn, 'L '," ,f taJ"' "B
period that tho home team obtnliud the "'"' w,,ll,'r "" '" Spider Itoche, Cy
lean over tlie Msllors, the scoto at tho ronson mid K dAVnyne. nnd llobMar
end of tills period standing: Y. M. O. I "' ' Jf" "I". " I'"lr ot clover llltlo
A, 21; Kallhl, K.
In the second half things were moro
even, for in that perlud each team
sioled ten points.
The lineup und score:
Y. M. C. A.
11 Clarke (c.) . . ,1'orvvnrd.. .
J. Not t l'orwin d . . 1
I. Iteclii rt Center
J, I lomiii Cluiird. . . .
Zerbe (c.) '
J CliuUe Guard Morse
Coals from llclil Y. M. C. A.: Nott,
2: Clarke, C; llechcrt, C
Knllhl. O'Kulllvun. 4i Ledward, 1
committed Y. M. U. A 11
thrown Y. JI. C. A., 7; Kn
I'll st half of game, 20 minutes.
Heme: Y JI C. A.. &; Kulllil, 8.
Kteond half ot game, 15 minutes.
Kcoie. Y, JI. C. A., 10; Knllhl, 10.
Total time of gnuie 45 minutes,
Tntnl score Y. M. O. A., US; Kn
Thin keeper, K. JtcOuIro; scorers, H.
lluuii und V Jlarcnlllno; refiree, Cor
poiiil Woodruff; umpire, Itaphuel,
it a a
Walker und Mnsson, en route to Ho
nolulu for an 11 vlul Ion mo't, ui.iy sail
1 1 mi'. Sail I'Yilllc'lxlo loilny oil the Wll-,
heliiilu.i They were booked hue by I
Whipple HulUrievntly und nro to lly
under the auspices of Jink Scully. 1
Pinellso by Iho soceir teum which
goes to JInul will bo held nt Muklkl
this uflernoon, tho gnmo to bo played
011 Mm Vulluy lulu Ik lug scheduled fur '
TO BOX RITCHIE
With the Smith-McCarthy match
disposed of nnd the championship f
fulr between Wolnnst nnd Hums still
n month nwny, the attention of the
fans will nRnln be centered In the
four-rounders, who, by the wny, have
proved fur more enttrtulnhiR perform
ers of late than the ullnKed stnrs of tho
rlliR, says the Cull of April SO.
Ah usual, next l'rlday night will bo
four-round nlKht at Dreamland, nnd
the curd of eight bouts will be bended
by Charley llellly nnd Willie ltllihle,
the two best boys In the llk'htwelKht
Unless nil slns fall, the winner of
this mlxup will shortly branch out Into
tho 20-rouiul Bnine. Doth men chal
lenged tho winner of tho Hmlth-Mc-t'urthy
buttle, nnd most of the fans
Who watched tho proceedings left tho
pl.ue Hrmly coiMnced that eltlnr of
tho boys would have mnilo n better
showing tlinn did tho Phlladelnhla
frenk or the local bricklayer.
ltellly Is without doubt the cleverest
'"' of his Inches turned out of this
ll,y "Iiiop the lire. Unfortiinntely. ho
"?vor wns Klven much of a chance In
1"' rll,K '" ,l10 l""1', eiiKiiBhnt in most
' I''" l",t without Kfilne throuuh n
I'f'l'er course of trnlnhiK. und tuklng
ti "" ,llK' mis,;V Mlows, whom he Bener-
ti,"lly ,"nlmK,'', '" 1't nt '"''
. ,,(, ,nlt tnp (it U(,11y Btnrtcl,waB
"'iiKalnst McCarthy. 11 couplo of weeks
tt UK; nn the wise ones ilKurnl that the
ti hrleklayir was n real cinch, still Hellly
it w,!,.,i hi nnd won n clean-cut
it four-round verdict out this man who
it wns to blossom out as n, main oent
tt nttrectlon In the big show a few days
it Inter on. This victory' wns n creat
it feather In Ilellly's cup. especially as
ti MtCnrlhy outweighed him nt least 12
I H'lfl'lo nnd McCarthy 'went four
Iroiinds to n draw six weeks ngo tcfore
the samn cum which will promote thn
in",t set of bouts. nltehle Is very
clever, though ho lacks tho aggressive
stle of McCarthy, nnd tho punch which
the lamented Ilngan used to show when
he wus n star member of tho local fmy
rmiml fraternity nitchlu Is very iop
ular wllh the Ipcal fans ns well us with
tho-e ncross the bay He Is fast, and
bus -n nice stle. nnd tip to the time
that McCarthy held him safo wns best
lim nil of them
As n riinnerup to the main event,
1'rlts Holland, the Xorthwest middle
weight, nnd Ike Cohen or Snlt Lake
will step nround. Holland went ten
1 "ninns 10 n oraw wun .inci i.esier.nno
The show will bo held under tho
auspices of Wlllla mP. Kyne, the ruling
spirit of the Federal club. Kyne has
proved himself ono of the most suc
cessful of nil the four-round magnates
and has given tho tans tho very best
iittrnctlons to bo obtained In tho past.
His next card looks to bo tho cream of
ii it it V
FAND0M AT RANDOM
It Is Ion lmil 1 1 111 1 (lit. li'iitillnnn In
l.Jthe Kliul.ilr-Judd match yestenlay aft-
trnoun wnB so great. Willi Sinclair
only h.ilf n point Irlilud these two
would iimkoxii match well worth ste
ins. Today tho hist mutch In tho Inter
scliulastlo Mrles, between Kami und
Highs, will bo played St I.ouls, won
III st place, but the other two tenuis
will decide second In today's guipe,
Hawaii Yncht Club members nro
plunnlng n great trip for the week
end, and will innko tho cruise to Will
iimnitlo nnd enjoy good bathing nnd
fishing. All the boats nro going down,
und the Hawaii will leave tho foot of
l'oit street nt a o'clock sharp H.itur
11 looks like Rani llaldwln ns win
ner of the Ciist'e Cup this visir Klllll
wus not up to form sestenlaj, bill In
day he will pt nimbly dispose of llut
tnlph In shoit older, nnd he should
have 110 tumble with Judd In tliu
Weekly llullotln II vrr ynr,
But It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll STAY
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