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IHy- 10 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY SO, 1911.
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BATTING AVERAGES OF PLAYERS
There will ho two good games of bnll tomorrow afternoon nt the Ath
letic Park, the tlrst gome being between the Stars and Japanese Atliletlch,
anil the second between tho Portuguese Athletics and Hawaii nine.
Thin will bo tho second time tho teams have been up against each other,
the games last Sunday finishing tho first lound of each team In tho league
meeting tlio three other teum.
In tills connection, tho batting averages of the various tram, worked
up by Scorer Maputo niter the last games. are of IntcreRt:
INDIVIDUAL OATTING AVERAGES.
.Names. Club. O AH It
Kan Ven. Stars 3
Soares, P. A. C 3
V. Desha, Hawaii 3
Sumner. Stare 3
Hamauku, Hawaii 3
Joy, Stars 3
Dreler, Hawaii 3
Sousa, P. A. C 3
Markham, Hawaii . - 3
Brlto. J. A. C 3
Zerbe. J. A. C. .1
Ilaye. Stars 3
II. Chllllngworth, J.A.C. 3
Thomas, Han all 3
Walker. J. A. C 3
Rice. Hawaii 3
Pedro, P. A. C 3
Kualll, Hawaii 3
Aknna, J A. C" .
Esplndn, J A C.
Deponto, P A C
Asam, J. A C . .
Tloss, J. A- C
' ''. Kan Yen K the only man who, so
Judd-Guard Match to Be De
cided Eearly and Winner
il 4 S 'i' i & Sl 'i w ! i '5' 5
SEMI-FINALS CHAMPION- 8
' 8HIP TENNIS.
- Newell beat Sinclair, 7-5, 6-3,
. Judd beat Guard, 12.10, 1-6,
6-4; match continued this after
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By defeating Sinclair three out of
four hotly-contested sets, Nowell has
reached tho llnalH In tho championship
tennis tournament, unci Judd and Guard
aro to llnish their match early this aft
ernoon. It now standing with Judd the
winner of two seta out of three, and
he must get another to win out.
Tho event of the day yesterday on
Bcretanla courts was the match be
tween Ouard and Judd, the list iet of
which went to 22 games before It was
nettled, Judd winning out 12-10.
Sinclair was the surprise of the day,
for It was freely predicted by the
knowing ones that ho would have no
chance at all against Nowell, and yet
he took gamo after game on his op
poncnt's serve, starting In by tuklng
the first gamo of tho match on his own
nerve to fifteen.
Nowell won the toss and took tho
mauka court, and the battle was on at
With the first serve Sinclair Marled
In winning, taking the tlrtt mid tlvjrd
games In rapid order Then Nowell
seemed tu strike his stride and took
tho lead, keeping It while the wins
went to one and then the other until
he won out finally 7-6
In the second set Sinclair had tho
scro and Nowell took tho game, while
Sinclair look tho second, nnd then No
well went ahead with four before allow
ing his opponent another, the set finally
ending 6-3 for Nowell.
Nowell had the first' servo In tho
third set, and Slnclal took tho first,
econd and third guinea without a let
up Then Nowell got threo, Sinclair
unother, Nowoll one, and Sinclair tint
next two, winning the et 6-4 '
Tho laxt set was taken by Nowell,
6-2, Sinclair taking tho first und third
It was n gretit match, nnd those who
thought Sinclair was to bo un ousy
mark for Nowell found that they were
much mistaken In tho younger player
Time after time ho rallied well und
worked NoweH'H weak side for many
points Many of tin gninra went hack
nnd forth In douco, the reveuth pm
III tho liikt se being fought nut Inuil
before. Nowell finally won II
Tim ruinetf Hiro lakeil III Ilia follow
ing nrilir; '
far, Iibh inailu a three-bagger.
11 rst set
. .1) 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 S 6 6 7
. . 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 1 4 5 C 5
Nowell ..1 1
Sinclair 0 1
Nowell 0 0 0 1
Sinclair 1.3 3 3
Novell (I 1 1 2 3 4 5 A
Sinclair 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2
It took thirty-nine games to finish
three sets between Judd nnd (iuard
estcrday nfternoon, and na neither one
won three sets tho match will be con
tinued this afternoon, nnd after It Is
finished the winner will meet Nowell In
It was tho first set which was tho
longest drawn out of thoso played yes
terday, und after It had reached tho
point of hIx-uII each player took u
gamo on his own serve until finally
Judd took the twenty-first on Guard's
serve utid then another on his own,
finishing the set.
When tho score was 10-9 nnd 30
lovo In his favor, (luard had a chance
to win nut, but could not mako tho
necessnry two points to flnlt.li things
The second set was a walk-over for
Guard Judd claims that he has no
luck at tennis when playing In white
tousers, bo ,ha went to the dressing
room and changed to dark wool ones
after the first scL He lost the next
set after the. change 6-1, but did not
go back to white.
In this beeond set Guard took nil
but the fist game, making un easy win.
Tho third set was fought out long,
Judd getting the score to B-l In hlH(
favor and then battling until ho wnnj
out e-4, uuarn coming steadily up on
him until the score wis 5-1. ut lilcli
point Judd took the winning guiiie.
Both these players put up h good
game. Guard's serve being particular-
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iy strong, un.i iiemg so swut that "me, , p . j Rouo)tll c,. w ljCii ..
after time he won points with Just the w no,cIimi 3b.. ,,. CmI1Bi rfi
one stroke of his serve, his opponent! rtiins
not being able to return the lull. Jst ,jOUl 3 0 10 0 0 0 0 1-5
It was 6:30 when the third set wuh ., ...... n
nnisneci, ann growing uhsk, so mill ine
match was postponed until this nfter
noon, when II will bo played off, start
ing ut 2:30, tho Ilnuls being on Inter In
Tho gnmes were won In the follow
Guard 0 01 12 2 3 3 4:. 66 7788
J 9 10 10 10 10.
Judd 1 223 3445SDB6 6 7788
II 9 10 11 12.
Guard 0 1 2 3 4 r. 6
Guard 0 0 0 1113 3 4 4
Judd 1 2 3 3 4 & u 5 C
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Guard bus u great serve, nnd If ho
was always sum nf It lin would m
nlmoit liivliieiblo outside tho iliaiii-
plniishlp class Tho way hn worked
Judd nl times oslrrdMy will) It was
Them me nil sorts nf superstitions,
lull when ii ti-niiU player cIhiuki-h his
IniiikiTM from cotton in wonleii (inmt In
hrliiK lilui lu(l(. Unit Is Knlhtf omu
it Saturday, May 20.
Jt Championship TennlB Finals;
U Sunday, May 21.
Baseball Oahu League: Stars tt
t: Vs. J. A C.J P. A. C. vs. Ha- St
tt wall. J!
tJ Baseball Bugar League At tt
tt Walanno, Wnlanne vb. Kwa, at tt
tt Alca, Alca s. Wnlpahu, tt
tt Opening Season of Honolulu tt
U Ynctit Club. tt
tt Monday, May 22. tt
tt Tennis Match Betweon Cham- tt
tt plonhhlp Al Cnstlo und Win- tt
tt ncr of Ihls Season's Tourna-"tt
tt ment. tt
I tt Saturday, May 27. tt
tt Wrestling at Orphoiim Theatre tt
tt FToelechcr and Jack Younger; tt
tt With Preliminary Matches, it
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Danco Pearl tt
tt Harbor. tt
tt First Week End "Rxcurslon (o tt
tt Maul Visit lao Valley. tt
tt Sunday, May 28. tt
tt Baseball Oahu League Hawaii it
tt vs. Stars; J. A. C. vs. P. A. C. tt
tt Basobnll Sugar League: At tt
tt Walpalm, Home Team vs. Hwh; tt
tt nl Walanae, Homo Team vs. tt
tt Alea. tt
tt Ladles' Day of Hawaii Yacht tt
tt Club Fearl Harbor. tt
tt Saturday, June 10. tt
tt Fifteen Round Go nt Orphciim tt
tt Between Vic Hanson and Kill tt
tt George of San Francisco. tt
tt Sunday, June 11. St
tt Monoplane Flights Masson at tt
tt Lcllchua and Wnlkcr at Hllo. tt
tt Baseball Wnlalua vs. Walalco tt
tt at Waialoc. tt
tt Monday, June 12. "
tt Firiocn Mllo Itaco Athletic tt
tt Park; King and Ilubenctto, tt
tt Motor Cycle. Races Kaplolanl tt
tt Park. tt
tt Thursday, June 22. tt
tt Coronation Day Crlckot Match, tt
tt Alexnndcr Field, tt
NOW TIED FOR
Saints Defeat .Kaahumanus
and arc On Par With
Kuahumanu went down to defeat be
fore St Iiuls yesterday ut the Maklkl
field to the tune of 0-2, nnd by this
victory tho Saints are lied with the
Puns fur first placa In tho Grammar
There was tho largest crowd out to
see tho gamo yesterday which has ever
been present at one of the league
games, and tho rooting at times was
Kanhiunanu claims that In the sixth
Inning the strike umpire butted In on
u bape decision of tho other nrb'.tintor
which gave them the worst of It, und
they would liko to play the Saints again
Just to show them which wus tho bet
Tim lineup mid scores by Innings:
St l.ouls -J. Holllnger, ss.; Kane,
31, . Nve. i' : Sniin. 2b.: Murclel. rf.!
xiwrltlium. lb.; W. Holllnger. cf ; Wing
Kwul, If.; Junssen, p.
Kaahiimuiiu Ah Yen Yap. cf.; Okltn,
sb.; All Yau,
h Mlkl Kuknl. Ill : Kailji
St. Louis 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 II 15
Kanhumaiiii 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 6
Two-buso hits, J Holllnger, Kune;
doublo play, Oklta to All Yan to Mlkl;
errors, St Louis 4, Kauhuiiiaiiii U;
struck out. by Junssen 6, Sadu 5; buses
on balls, oh" Junssen 1 Suda 2.
YACHT RACING IS
ON TOMORROW EARLY
Ten o'clock tomorrow inoiulng li the
hour set for tho starting of tho races
of the Hawaiian I'liullengn Cup, and
tlieru will hu nt least II vo yachts In the
Tim Kiimehiiiiielia, Gladys? Charlotte
i, Heleno and Mnllllnu aro tho ones
surn In Hart, mul Urn last named H
picked its tho winner nf th event, and
tho Gladys mid ('h.Mlottit C. Iiotli huo
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I The finish of I hn Jiidd-Giiiiril mulch
this nf lirnoon shuiild ho n good line,
mid If Judd cloiwn't make tioni) on Iho
Hist ml ht likely In lm all up with
KAMEHAMEHA TRACK TEAM, WINNERS OF MANY INTER
SCHOLASTIC CONTESTS DURING PAST SEASON.
Top Bow A Ainu, J Kalunlhiinn, O. Knnnohl, S. Luhlnti, W. Sanborn,
J Kniihl, J. Amos, Cnptuln W. II. Winters. Second Row IL Mullcr, W.
Kamaloplll, C. Hoscn, W Apnu, G. Manohn, Q, Benjamin. Bottom Row S.
Ilussey, II Noah, II flndfrow (cnptnln), B. Pnhln, I), lllpn.
HONOLULU FANS WATCHING
BIG LEAGUES WITH INTEREST
Baseball fans In Honolulu who
have been watching tho Natlpnnl
League race are finding their chief
surprlso In the wonderful showing
the Philadelphia Athletics aro mak-
., .. , rca-a. .
stop of the Nationals, must bo a mlr-
nelo worker. After a lot of sparring
around for arj.nc Ue field manager by
Horaco Fogel, the club president,
?!l L''lC.f, "'i"8.1 y??: li
ways been a high-clans catcher, full
of what baseball men delight to call
"pep," but his hand had never beforo
been put on tho managerial reins nnd
ho was n decided experiment.
Dooln dubbed along InHt year, win
ning a lot of games and losing n lot,
nnd his club mndo anything but a
brilliant record. In mld-scnson, when
It should linvo been In top form, It
was going badly, and so when tho rnco
ended, tho fans In tho hlg leaguo
towns all thought Dooln was booked
to stick to his catching Job hereafter.
But tho peppery Irishman was kept
at the helm and today tho Phillies
nro romping on ahead nf tho Nation-
Jills nnd will probably bo In front for
a long time to come.
Muggsy Mctlriiw Is keeping Now
York well up In tho rnce. Muggsy
,can do wonders with poor matorlal.
,Tlils year for .tho first time In n de
cade or so, ins pitching Btan is liv
ing up In expectations. "Big Six"
Mnthenson is In his marvelous form
and can be relied upon to win sixty
per cent of his games. Rube Mnr
nunrd, the $11,000 beauty that Mc
Graw has been carrying for threo
years, Is nt last showing the stuff
that made him the, sensation of tho
American association, nnd "Bugs"
Raymond seems lashed to tho driver's
seat on tho wntor-wagon for keeps.
New York always has a strong team
it tno pitchers do tncir snare. y
ino great Chicago team is fast go
ing to pieces. It has never been tho
samo since tho young Philadelphia
Athletics shot It full of holes In the
championship games last fall, and
lanngcr Chance will soon have to
start In at tho bottom nnd build up
an entirely now machine.
Tho rest of tho Nationals nro going
along In the usual way, with Cincin
nati the dangerous one of tho hunch.
Foxy GrlllltliH of tho Reds Is having
hard luck with his battery, but ho has
a strong team with the stick and
some fast haso-runners, and Cincin
nati should round Into form In a
month und mako any of them liustlo.
Thn fcaturo of tho Amorlcan league
raco Is tho "come-back" stuff tho De
limit Tigors aro showing, Hughcy
Jennings couldn't keep Ills' team up
In tho raco lust year. In spite of great
Individual players like Ty Cobb, und
his men would' play grand ball one
lay and bmio-head ball tho noxt Now
co ii ii is hitting and running Iiubcs
llko a fiend and tho Dotrnlt pitchers
nro delivering the goods.
Philadelphia, tho world-champion
hunch, Is off in a bad start. Jack
ConinliH, hIiii heat the Cubs tlirro
games straight In Ihn wnrlrt's series
lust full, lias been III, und Ihn nllior
iltilinrs have nut shown what wus
OKptTlnl nf thorn. Only IMilln Col
lins, Ilia iiu'kliiss, spemly sei'iiml
liiui'liliili, H (hu Iuiikiiu It II lu wi
his great stick work nnd daring on
tho baso paths. Without Collins the
! would ,bo an KBrcgatlon without
auiiiij iu win iiuiua.
Tho Boston Americans nro making
Mitel i tho r
ucnntcd Whlto Sox glvo promise of
y'c"""R Coinlskcy the reward ho has
wantca nco , J
flr8t d, fe ;
cha80f ,g ln.and.0'Ht bttlI nnd
,.,.,,,, , ,,, , .' ...
" "t one or two pitchers and a great
However, tho season Is still young,
nnd Honolulu fans will liavo a lot of
surprises In storo for them beforo tho
KAMS DEFEATED ON
On their own grounds yesterday aft
ernoon tho Punahou second teum won
from the Kuinchaineha seconds In the
regular series by u score of 12-s, and
tho hitting of euch teum wns tho fea
turo of tho day
A homo run made by Chun of the
Puns and n thrcc-baggcr by Manohn of
the Kums were tho features of the
gumc, and tho homo crowd rooted In
great shupo when their man mado the
circuit of tho buses.
Tim score und lineups:
Punahou 0 0022004 412
Kumehuinelja ....0 2000012 3
Puliation 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 3 514
Kamehamelm .'...0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 8
Hi rors Punahou 4, Kamehamelm 5.
Punahou K Baldwin, p.; II. Bald
win, c; Nottugo. lb.; Murrny, 2b.;
WMmrd (captain), s.; Quintal, 3b.
Yap, If.; Chu, cf.j Hanson, rf.
Knmehamcha Wulaleule, p.; Hlpa,
c; Bush, lb.; Kaulhana, 2b.; All Chew,
."lb.; Kulelalii, ss.; Godfrey, ir.; Manohn,
cf.; Pnhla (captain), rf. v
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LARGER BOAT NEEDED
FOR ISLAND EXCURSION
The Llkellke, being u larger boat
J than tho Noeuil, will In nil probiblllty
lm secured by the Public Service As
sociation for tho 13 excursion to Muul
on tho 27th, so that there will be roooi
for several mora excursionists.
Thoso who hflvo purchused tickets nro
requested to engage their meal coupons
for the day at tho Trent Trust Co, us
Sunduy Is strictly observed on Maul,
und thoso who du not engugo their
moalh for the day In advance uro apt
to go without. Tho prlco of tho M.roo
meal coupon Is 11.50, payablo ut tho
Trent Trust Co
Tho Public Servleo Association Is so
well pleased with the Interest taken In
tho Muul excursion thut plans will bo
carried out for ull kinds of amusements
mid excursions on a cooperative plan;
that Is, no one makes a, profit suvo tho
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KuiiIiiiiiiiiiiii claims that there wus n
bud decision In tho sixth Inning of their
r.amo with tho Kuliils eterduy after
noon They suy that tho iimplrn op
Iiiisih en I led nno uf their men Niifn mul
Mini. Iho oilier liuiplrn biltleil hi uiul
siild lm whh mil, sli king tu the fuel
"' lh"t Ih" secuml ilecMun went,
Tho I'ord has been barred from the
big races to he held at the Motor
drome in Indianapolis on Decoration
Day, The officials of the meet Insist
ed that tho Ford bo loaded down with
socrnl hundred pounds of lead be
foro It could find a class to enter.
There Is no car made In tho Ford's
class, except thoso much heavier. That
is on account of the Ford heat-treated
Vanadium street, which enables the
makers (o eliminate weight without
the sacrifice of strength.
Japanese rickshaws nro belne
equipped with rubber tires add the
Diamond Rubber Company has Just
received an order for 4000 pounds of
rickshaw rubbers to bo shipped to
Toklo. Tho Nipponese havo 'been un
able to manufacture their own tires
as uicy novo not learneu ine an Of
compounding the rubber so that it
will havo the durability of American
Tho New York fire department re
cently awarded tho Flsk Rubber Com
pany the contract for equipping the
department apparatus with pneumatic
tires. Flro Commissioner R, Waldo
has been experimenting with tires
slnco February 10, when tho clt pub
lished a bid for a full equipment on
all tho fire vehicles.
The race for tho Coupe des Voltur-
etics will bo held In France on Juno
25. The course will start from Bou
longo and will wind through t.i Tin.
pclle, Colcmbcrt, Bruncmbert, Belles,
uesvreB anu men back to tno starling
nolnl via Wlrwlimns and nnlnrthmi.
Tho routo is a llttlo more than thirty-
one miles and somo fust tlmo Is ex
pected from tho llttlo cars.
The fourth Canadian competition for
agricultural motors will bo held in
Winnipeg, Can., July Bth to 22nd. The
entries will bo divided into four class
es and take In gasollno motors whoso
piston displacement is up to 500 cubic
Inches, and kerosene motors of tall
sizes. The prizes will consist of gold,
silver nnd bronze medals.
Tho City Council of Atlanta, Oa.,
has passed an ordinance limiting the
speed 'of automobiles within tho Uro
limits of tho city to eight miles an
hour and outside of them to fifteen
miles. Driving In excess of these
speeds makes tho motorist liable to
prosecution for a misdemeanor.
An odd fact In connection with the
registration of mo)or vehicles in Mas
sachusetts Is that tho number of mo
tor cycles has declined as compared
with last year. About tho same num
ber of now operators' licenses havo
been tnken out, but not as many havo
Among the most ardent motorists of
Washington, D. C-. aro Senator Na
than B. Scott, of West Virginia, and
Mrs. Scott. They use their cars fre
quently for long dlstnnco trips, lour
ing as far north as Philadelphia and
Now York, In preference to travollns
August 25th has been fixed as tho
date for tho Illinois, Kane county, nnd
Fox River trophy ovents, to be fol
lowed the noxt day by tho Elgin Na
tional Trophy contest. Permits for
using thoroads In Kane county havo
been obtained and tho Elgin Automo
bile Road Racing Association has at'
ready started the woik of dragging
and scraping the course.
A good roads convention was held
at Plnovllle. Ky.. tho past week,
Pincvllle Is located In tho mountains
of southern Kontucky, and tho meet
Ing was under the auspices of tho
mountaineers who have found that
good roads Increase the value of their
A Stato road from tho Illinois boun
dary lo the south shore of Lake Su
porlor through the center of the Stute
of Wisconsin Is proposed by a bill lu
ll oduccd In tho Wisconsin Legislature
laBt week by Assemblyman O'Day.
Twenty-one carB have been nomin
ated to partlclputo In tho annual
spring run of tho Quaker City Motor
Club, from Philadelphia to Atlantic
City, on April 29th, and from present
Indications a rccord-broaklng number
of cars will mako the 75-mllu trip.
Ralph Do Palma has finally arrang
ed to drlvo u car la tho 500-mlle In
ternational Sweepstakes at , the Indi
anapolis Speedway on May 30tn. He
recently underwent an oporatlon to
relievo tho effects of painful burns
ho iccoivcd (in his left hand whllo ho
was racing nt Is Angolcs.
Tho Pennsylvania Stato Highway
Department lias Issued more than 25,
000 llccnsos for 1911. This Is tho
largest number over Issued up to this
pdrlod nf tho ear, and Is 3000 ahoad
of lust year. Over 1)000 chauffeurs
huvp boen licensed
Tlio- fwnnniB In I lie Jluriliimii V.
lev illtlilci who obJiirtPil Id Ihn rou
lace iiiiuisui by Ihn l,on Atlliimo.
hllu Clilh liuvu liven won nvnr mul i
Is likely that Massachusetts will bo
tho sceno of another hlg road contest
this fall, probably September 20lh or
The gasoline engine Is a creature of
cause and effect. If It don't run and
run right It Is because you are not
giving It a fair chance. Don't blame
the engine, blame yourself and your
lack of knowledge. Find out the
cause, remedy It, and your engine
will do its part.
The right proportions of gasoline,
vapor and air cannot help exploding
when Ignited any more than the sua
can cease to shine.
If after you havo turned your mo
tor over by hand until you are
worn out. you discover that you bavt
failed to turn on the gasoline or the
switch, don't cuss the motor.
Your cnglno can't think, you must
do that part of the. work for It. It
your thinker don't work right neither
will your engine. Laziness has worn
out more engines than work.
A uicgnclo that has worn contact
points docs Dot glvo good results, and
causes uneven or Irregular firing,
which has been the cause of hundreds
of broken crank shafts and bearing
Your engine can talk; If you will
listen to It It will tell you all Its
troublos. It you remedy them at once
you will bo happy and all your trou
bles will bo llttlo ones.
Your engfno docs not get cranky.
The sooner you realize your relation
lo your engine and make up for your
shortcomings', the sooner your engine
will become a stoady and reliable
When you nro beating it at fifty
TTIIIad .a. lin.... win....,,..... ...... !
.,.v f,;. uuui, luwcutuvi mul iu t;as(
of accident you hit awful hard and
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unit juu uiu ivbb man uuc-icma ot a
second from a 'phono pole.
"How to bo a Christian Evpn
Though You Own an Automobile" will
bo the subject of a Cleveland evan
gelist's sermon In the near future.
A motor club has been formed at
Marchfleld, Wis., with forty charter
FOR SAFE AND SANE
FOURTH OF JULY
To promote a safe nnd sane Fourth,
Iho A. A. U, has colled on open meet
ing to be held at tho Public Service
rooms, 120 King street, Wednesday aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock.
The several organizations composing
the Public Service Association uro ex
pected to tuko an active Intereit, the
Clvlo Federation In tlio way of organ
izing the literary stunts of the day,
the IIunds-Around In securing the co
operation of the many nationalities,
and other clubs and organizations will
be asked to arrange for parades nnd
pageants Tho A. A. U. will take
charge of the athletic events of tho
day. Fireworks on Punchbowl hill, out
of reach of the careless small boy. Is
to be one of the features ot the sate
and sane Fourth."
ST, LOUIS AND OAHU
SECOND NINES PLAY TODAY
This ufternoon the Oahu second nine
w)ll meet" the St Louis College outfit
on the Aala Park diamond at 2:30.
Captuln Wlshard will bring down his
strongest team and hub hopes ot down
ing tho Saints.
Tho Ouhus havo already been de
feated by the Saints once, und today's
game will prove which Is the better
Ching Sue will be on the mound to
deliver the goods for the Saints, and
Sleepy Baldwin will do the twirling for
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It looks sure for Nowell to lie the
nun who meets Al Castle next Monday
In the chullenge mutch for the cham
pionship. Al hus been out on the courts
euch afternoon sizing up the men, and
the play Monday afternoon should be
the best over, for Nowell will make
a worthy opponent.
Sinclair Is a pritty tennis player, as
wus shown by his work against Nowell
yesterday afternoon. The majority
thought ho had little chunco ugulnst
his more experienced antagonist, but
the wuy he mudo him hustle put that
doubt uslde for all time.
Honolulu Club yachtsmen hold their
duncn ut Outrigger Club tonight, nnd
n week from tonight tho Hawaii Yacht
Club holds Its dunoo at thu Peninsula,
Tho hoys of both clubs btllave In shar
ing thn good times with tho fulr sex,
Polo Is on this ufleriiisin at Mo.nm
Iiiii, this luting thu second day of pruc
tlsu Ihls week fur the Oulm pluycra,
Thu ponies urn gelling iiuuuslumril to
llielr iw quarters mul everything looks
In a propirmis m'iisuii rnr Iho lujin on