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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 29, 1911,
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Bill Aw fPHhVJ vvv-iNiiD i m AflV v aVMS ! eSBhVI i-(b
m . V , & Vb s If , A cfe.
K rir 1 WRESl
it n tt u n ii n it tt tt a tt tt :: it :i
n SPORT CALENDAR. tt
tt If Malingers of baseball om otic tt
tt er uthlotlc tcnuiR would notify tlie tt
tt U u 1 to 1 1 ii of tlio ilutca of iri- tt
tt 03P1 matches ko that nucli In- tt
tt forinutlon coiilil lie iitaced In tlio tt
tt Bioit talcndiir It would lie con- tt
tt Hlilered a f:ior Address nil com- tt
tt iiiimtcattuiiH to Hportlnt; Kdltor, It
tt I) u I lo 1 1 n Olllro U
tt Tiietday, May 30. tt
tt UitRruall O.iliu IaKe Hawaii tt
tt vb. StaiH: .1 A. 0. vb. J'. A. C. tt
kl t '-Hi' .lid V. M. hmII, nil ii nun tin' lVrrllorl.il dimlilis tciinlt
i Ii. niiiwii-.lili s.iliinl.i.t .ifliTiuiuii at tliun.i mil Is lij cli fi-jitinc Halter
lillliiiL'Ii.mi .in.l Mill ltdtli (i-l. s-i;, ;.,".. ( ,is- has mm out In crj tour
nainiiit this M'.ir, olnnliii.' Iiolh Ihi' Hall and Mall cups and Ihr sluylct
Froclichcr Threw Younger
Twice Out of Three
Falls In Bout.
Willi II. n iirimcr Iralhlnir and cn.irli-
InB In thu scl.'iico of tlio pamo Jack Matched Race, Kaplolanl Park
YouiiBCi can bo madu one or tin- best iieiwei'ii i-ei uuii, t nra J. a
wrostlora of the loiinliy. accoidlnu .o " "'l Mniy Wliildollcld. Winner.
tlm BhonliiB ho inudo Saturday ovcii- nc ' Knlml"'. Jlr h
ItiK In his match with John Kioellcher " Saturday, June 4. - tt
hi ihi Ornhonm " l'oarl Race Honolulu Yacht Club tt
Jack lost thu boul two rails out ol " Saturday, June 10, tt
tliu-e to the ex-world nilddlcwcleht KlCteeii Hound o at Oriiheum tt
chiiniplon, bill, It was not a onesided " Hetwcon Vlo llaiiBon and Kid tt
iiftnlr at all and lYoellchcr had !o ucorBe nan naiiuiw.
work hard to pet the two fnllo neccJr
Bary to niake hlnf the winner.
Time nfur tlmo he worked for Be;
tt Sunday, June 11. tt
tt Opening Oahu Junior League- tt
tt I1rsl Series- Aaln a. Palatini tt
eral inliiuteB on YoiniBer trying t4 M ,,r-i c A' " ys' ABa1"- ::
net him In position tor a fall, and " Monoplano rilr.htB-Masson at tt
belnn unBiiccessful would rest und'M Illchua mid Walker at llllo. tt
scratch his bend while thinking what!" Uanebnll Walalna vs. Walaleo tt
lo do nut. I " Walaleo tt
,. , ,.,.,., . tt Monday, June 12. tt
ounger Is ono of the I inert formed , n A ,
of men, and his strength as Bhown1" ' ' .,...'; ,.., ,... ,,
I ttin( -ll,, u iinw iirnv.. ..
tt Motor Cclo ltacesKaplolanl tt
tt Park. tt
tt Thursday, lune 22. tt
tt Coronation I).u Cricket Match, tt
tt Alexander Held tt
In thv first. Now i II KtartlnK on" with
the nrst wni1, anil wluiilnt; Hie Kamu
to llfln-n I , ( !' , i
itiiiii iirtii ine BfcoiMi
111 the easo with whlcli ho repeatedly
got away from n toe hold by slinplv
BtrctchliiB out his leg, was wonderful
It was a good show and tlioto who
missed It missed one of the best ath
letic performances ever1 given Hi Iloi
I bVbIn lljlirr r I '41,,I tw,-lvo Kule Mi tlm "it beforu It
fflll IllllLL ULEU.ifo" llnlMieai'f.uflHnd.yUlo .leucji
; M.nul iinv lJVit;trcii.jlliuutlii-'iM-Jll going
. " ijlo thirty rlr,l! 4lbln; njiiik lm llnUl
BALL GAMES AND
wmyrn1 bu-n KfllM lUlYlUiviiUifV
i llB.5iHHtilitAIUiauWcBtllnB wil l
Thcio was but n fair-sized crowd
llreKeflt.itint ll wna mnitn 1111 nf rplirnsh
iiiilntho Honolulu citizens, the, nth-'f
telle pastor of nno of tlio churchei
tk'itii 'u Hint Will Ilolli. wis out
I foini. .lml'MHiio Kiy tlii.il (Mhlli ninl
tiow,ll wnuUI hue uuii bail he Im elf
i Ins tf-Hl form, hut. lo. that as It
mf. Itqlh oli'l U-alliDlllliilfl'iiniiXvuit
own to il-fiut fintunlnv .ift i luu.n fur
the doublet) cbunilunshi in thrco
DtralKht m.u-6-1, , 7-S
ll wax lh" largul ttuwil lint 1i.ih
(uriiHl out fur um nutoli thU .'ui
ivliluh eutliHrwl at tlio .Mo.inu imirtH
!tttui'(lu. ufternuuii In wutih, tlio two
tcuniH pl(iy Tor Hit- tlllt- 111 the lsUndx.
Mvii, women and clillilrcn, all
ctoMsefc. Lunu . ami the i lublniiibu lanal
and Ihc HblelliifM of llui ciiortn wire
tlm vnnlust iinl iicxupluil by tbo fair
ix wlitlo ull ulliir mailable tpjLe, in-
ludlnS tit- laun buck of the vln nit
tliiK. woh noupltsl by I lie nun.
iln tp4. lorxvMioe drlo In (rout of
'.''.Slv'.W' '-' were ,tint" .iuoi
iiioi.uor, lino iiiiuth ueru until up
I be street wltli llivlr itcni.intn alung.
side Hid court '
Jk.tvil o brilliant Katliillin;. uiul Ut
ile gahptng uhV cnulil bo lliunl from
fulrjiliJoalB wlicn their faVorllo fulltd
to inSk'lb point which li&ieliould
liau done ' y ."f ,
The Match. ,- fl
Ttntli and Dillingham 'oii tin- loss
uuii oliiuu the liuiiku court, I'usltu tuU-
inc Hie xcr fur his team anil starting
on with a iloulile, putting boll i balls
Into the tat.
After this fliet nilsluku be seemed
to get u better line, on the eouilH and
lie took the tfaine uflcr II bail gouu
to advantage rctiral times
Ulllliigliain Btjvcd llret for tbo othtr
iialr and be took blh.iraino to dunce
The next three gaineu wtre taken by
Custle-Nonell, one lo loe on Nouelln
kerte. on lo deuce mid another lo
ntteeii, and then their oppuntnls cup-
lured 1 1 io sixth f;ainu to tleuie
t'avtlc-Kowell look the seventh isume
to ibuce, and the olhir pah- uiptuied
tl.e ilnhlli to thirty and tbn ninth to
lifteen betoro Uallo-NOH( 11 could get
liiinther Bumo und the it. which Ibey
iHil b taking the tenth gumo Hi deuco
on nillliiKbum'a nerve
In thin flrat Bel, or In tin) fullowliig
mux, there weru no long rpllM, und,
in f.itt, tamo of the nUitcliM played In
tl.u ureliiiiliinry rounds showed much
mure ii.lHCUtar play than did the II
t.ii" on Saturday
I tut li did nno nt I woili. but both
ll and nnilimhnm ivere olf In
iheh play ut linn, Nowll to lug
i III many Iwlli and driving Ihcio over
be biufc Una, Villllo ,.)illlllliaia put
lull m tor boll lulu llur-jiH oil ruiurnii
i .11.- and Itptli pllO'fi tlio Hivudy.
ii t tmt Nni from lHrl In iiuIkIi,
id I line urtBf'tlin th tiatlwy win
ni it lilt applauw gt lblr wrl
nd fed ,
. tint MMR4 Ml.tnlh t(W ot
i. ' th. m nm,mmW w
a. urn In lliri n.l hclniF R.r. In fnnr nf lUKO U IfOOtl llOlil 111 Honolulu mill tlKlL
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Casllt-Nowell matches will bo hold at which tlio' POStPOnCU UaiTICS Will
nurd set. i in wi may uo present joigive ineir.
i Tlio tblid waH unotliir deuce set, mid approvnl.
Roth In.vl the last point In the game. One athletic Instructor stated .Sal-
whlth guvo lU opponents thu fame.. M, lay, lilglit Ihat women t'onl.l Me llui
j. ...., ,..t. . i .!... fl. .. -T. .Li. . i.t ' .. -.-. .l ... . -
Htt and inutdiArtor ti,iu buM biu Ifino. politAln wrestling and fencing
bt.n played f I .J j B murh'! tmlckor tliatrf men Kc)iuM and"'
t'ustle had the first smo nnd'took tlal ju,y Vero'cnthuslaMIc fans as '
hH game to llfte.n, mid then Dllllng- Boon as they had Been ouo match,
ham took his game to ileusp. Itoth' withlnglon nn.l Younger would
took the fourth game to loe, thlrt i lllnv0 n KOott tenm oil tlio mat togctlif r
being the utond hue gaiuo of tlm ,, BO1I10 ,,e ()ie futuco.lt, may'
iiialth Tlmo games went to deuce.' ,, ,K)agblo to BCt ,10 Uo fncctlicr If
thne lo llftli'ti und ho rest to thirty
n this Inst Kit.
Thu Aloaiia lourts wire much fuster
than the Iltetnnla courts, where thu
plaeri h.no Ihc.ii doing their work In
the tournament, and the spectators
saw mine of thu fastest tennis that bis
been put up on these courts since they
Younger slnys In Honolulu for any
length of time.
Tlio ftist match or the evening ho
tween Derby ami Allien was won by
tho rmmcr In two straight falls. It
was a good match but Allien was
not In condition for a long stiugglo
M nt rt i ttttitilnt e il uiiiitil iiiiinllia fi n
' I rifli! lin nnti.nt niitlv wna nil In win n
Tho KuincM In th mts went In the' ,,,.., , ,,
I Derby rolled Mm over for tlio second
n..nn nnni,.ni .. .i.n -
1 1 a r r r c iiniuii iitiiiiut.-i wun iiiu ruiuiL'i) iur
tho ilrst match and ' called a fall
Castle-Now ell 11
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Second set iisaiuiu Allien ior n roiling inn
Castle-Now ell ...i i 2Sa 1 4 4 f. C 0 7 8 nicn was rcBemed ny tno wrestler
Riilh-l)llllnKhani..oi 1 22 334 C5CCCC1 wlln n'l.vnnreil on Raphael with both
Third' set ! flst" clinched.
Castiit-Kifwfii 1 122 33 4 4 r,BC7 'e u(t not bluff tho Columbl.i Pail;
Played and Races Are On
i-i ,f !' n-i.
ai tupiuiaiii rui k.
Thero will bo BOinellilng doing to-
morro.w In tlio,, spor lino wlh tlio
pontponid ball gamcB In Oahu Uag'no
coming off, and thu horse, races sched
uled nt Kuplolanl park.
On uccount of the heavy rain of
Irldav night Mm bull giound nt Ath
telle Park was too wet for tho game.
yesterday, the storm sewer not taking
tho water away hut leaving It on tho
It was a big disappointment to tho
funs to hnt no games yesterday aft
ernoon, ninl they will all bo on hand
tomoiiow afternoon to see tho strug
gle between Hawaii and Stais, mid
J. A. C. and P. A. 0.
Tho inecrt ut Kaplolanl aro sched
uled for four o'clock and theto mo
two' events on tho.irograin for the
Tho first la n half-mllo dash for n
pin fo nf $300 tho entries being Htenl
Dust tu bo ridden by Optuplo, Clara
C. by Jimmy Holt und Mary Winkle
lleld by Phillips.
Tho quarter mile which conies sec-
Week-end at Pearl Harbor By
Hawaii Yacht Club Was
Mora than ono hundred persons
took tho trip lo Pe.ul Harbor Hatur
day to pattaku of the hospitality of
Hawaii Yacht Club and tho duneo of
Saturday night and thu outing jcui
tei'il.iy were all that could bo ashed
by the most sluggish spirited.
That dalico ut tho I'cnlnsilln Was u'
grand success and most of those who
went down decided to stay nil night
and como homo yesterday.
Tho lloor was In linn shape, tho ma
nic was all that could bo asked, and
In fact eery thing was Just right for
great eeiilngs fun
After the dancing was over and the
lights turned out all wat quiet ex
cept tho lapping of water around tho
bows of tho boatn where tho tired
Karly In the morning tho female
portion of the exclusion wan astir
and before thu boys know what was
happening they had received it sum
mons to breakfast, to which they did
Then the races wero sailed, there
being two entries for tho Wren race,
the" Roaring Olmlet nnd Galloping
Mary, und the, finals yej-o bo oonly
matched anilsalei so'f.'ell that the
former enmo ncross tho lino Just llf-
teeiilKecbnds'aheuit of her rlvayimd
vionlKiffilUB cliM 'jjly(vjiiier
wna sailed by Hush and tho loser by
T ti i
ll BEST TO' FOOL LAJOIE
j "Lefly."; Kusslnni! Jark, Coomb
ero. l(eJng(oiMr MirJoiis bittern In
tjie Al'iierlciin League, tho portlier try
ing lo. prn siiiinUhlng, p,f Mielr, l'
cullarltleK. Cobli, Crawford and the
rest of them were, talked about uiul
llnally the talk drifted around to 1-arry
"Whht Itlriil'or n ball tom1ho hltV"!
asked the tlS.OUO'beniity.
"AUJctnds.'.'.cauiQ. the. grim response.'
"and nny kind, (no. There Is only one
way to deal with Uirry that I found,"
(ontluued tho big chap from Kenne
bunk "Toss a Mow ono across tho pinto
and lake n chance, Irfirry likes speed,
mid a slow one fools him ns nun li as
any thing. Chief Render got on to that
about lairry, and tipped ns on. I tried
It, nnd found It wus O. IC.
'Xow, don't get the Idea he can't hit
slow ones Oh, no Ho can Hut you
take lest chances with a lloater tlinn
any otlur kind"
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Ol r. h- r ! 1 CHI! !'!',,
nii. nun i ,.. ... lint fl tt V Itut nfliti rrtt1 att It n I Inn n I41i
uuiii-uniiiiGiiani . uii:;jjhih,i,7' --.... -..-....-..w.. "'.,.,.,, w, i,. ,. en.P ifiii,l nv
tt it tt I the two wrcstlerB, It was decided thnt ; .., ,,,,,,.. ,, ' , i. ,
tho fall would not bo counted, and
ARMSTRONG WINNER '
Frank Armstiong won out In tlio
llnnl round for tho Stewart Cup on j
Oahu Country Club links yesterday,
defeating Oeorgo Weight r, up and 3
Armstrong gets tho trophy donated
by tho San Franciscan as u memento
for tho generous hospitality shown
him when ho was In Hawaii last year.
The play haB been on for weeks and
during the preliminary stages there
was some lino play among tho differ
ent enthusiasts of the club.
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DOOIN AND FINNERNAN
HAVE QUEER ARQUMENT
Derby won the next two.
Tho crowd was apathetic over the
work of the first match, but between
Ittlll lu, ullntoil liv .lnlinliln Tnnlntit
and Red will bo ridden by Phillips.
The ptirsn In this raco Is $100.
As Btimo of these horses will ho
Been nt Kahultil for the races July 4,
the sports can get something of u
iwu iwti auuui uoueris oiu boiuo classy , , . l, , , .,
' - lll,i. fiti wliit llmv etin ,1,1 liv Inn line.
foruiunce tomorrow ufternoon.
weight lifting that brightened tlilims
ll.m .1 tflfln .! .tin.. ..fln.. t.n .!..
M, U, llU, U llltril UIICI IIIU 11IUII1. tt 11 tl
o cut had been Ih progress tho funs
weie standing on the hacks of seals BRITT AND NELSON
o", 'In ttl!ee3rlnB."h' m'RB "0t"lnB "1 WOULD "COME BACK"
It took Just nine and one-half mlii-j NI:w YORK, Muy 19 "Jimmy"
ules for Ioellcher to mako the first rii ,ni..,i iwi,teiiriii i-
fall which was done with a half-nelson .,,;.. , K0I1B to lnni,a try for the
tltlo nguln "But, Ilrst of ull," ho said.
In tho second bout Youngor flnnlly.-i ,.,., , reirll ninlch with the for-
succocded In iilnnlng Fioellchert ,ner cliuiuplon, 'Ual' Neuron"
shouldcrn to tho mat after IC iulnuleii nrllt stepped ushoro today with n
hud passed, tho liohhhy which It was commission .from Hugh Mcintosh, the
dono being n full-nelson. 'Australian promoter, to offer Jack
Tho third bout was tho quickest of Johnson f2(l,n00 for n fight next Sep
the lot. It taking olght minutes for leinher with tho winner of tho MeVey
rioollcher to mako his Becond fall IjiiiKforil bout
and win tho match, u forward clianc- H'l JOHIU'H. Mo., May 19 Rattling
cry hold being tho means which wna Nelrou, who It visiting lure, today
I'rnl Ileebe li the happiest loan In
baseball lo be a nit'iubtr of thu Phil
His, but su)B he la sorry for one stoiy
that was t'lrculuttd hi this city last
Ateorillng to I'red, u few papers had
bin, doped oul us a bad actor and u
plajtr who could nut bo handled Kied
sajs that tills Is unjust, und that ho
bus netr been an) thing but u model
All one bus to -do is to look over
lliel.e'H recoid or to be personally no-
iiialnled with the big Iwlrler und bo
will know that this is entirely wrong
lliebe throughout his Oliver has been
n mighty good exumplo for ollfer play
ers to follow
FAND0M AT RANDOM
I lllll llllllnlllir nf VlllltllFMI ..!.,..! .. Tl..llnnl. .....I..I. ...! un .l
Very mtlClll -... " .....nv, hmi-ii nun uin,t.i, iiiuii.ii iiiu,ii i.i
ii ii cuiiiu uo possiuio io navo ineso ino Twentietn Century aiiiiciiu cnin
Mmijgir Uooln of the Phillies und
Umpire l'lnnernan hud a little nrgti
inent ovt r one of the limp's decisions
the other day ami a funny line of talk
wns handed out by eaih
'You'll last In this league about live
minute;," fhooltil Duoln
iAhvi.iI nt n ilefilalnii
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"Is that right' Jiift pin u little bet """'a uieiy iiiriiiigui u wouiil b u or New vorn, uiituoruing nun to ur
ilown thai I'll be In thu liugmi when K"1"1 'n,1,K rnr r,,-'a" 8l'0t If'io, ami i.iiiko u Jp.aleh for Nelson with
you ore calchliiB In thu minors," r- "'f'", mlBlit bo BOino titiong Interest "Jluiinj" lliltt for Beptembir Nil
Inrlfd I'luntriuaii Iciealed In tho BHirt, urn Is lien Willi ,I'ddl llennle of Han
'I've been here tin years, old lioy," Rlf1'"'! wieslllng Is tho bent of spoils lYiinrlwo. who will meet "Jack" While
replied Duoln. "und I liuw Been a lot ",", ,r "", ,aw wl" J11"' "nek lip Hi" '"' MV 23.
lIKo j nu gu back" I uoiosllou Biilun good eents ran lie tt tt tt
"Well, some piople can nrliilnly gel kltik'ed hero .larlt Younger might to li inudo it
by wild n hliiff Yo il Mnml pretty I Willi sudi nIIkIi! bucking iih llii'in wiiwllor Willi hlH liuiilellso Htieilglh
good wllh Dm mayor," was f'lnntr- W,1H Haliiiiluy oiiiIiik II Is liurd pi loinhlned with it knowledge nf the
mun'i iiiine-bnel, I fllitl ii piuimitei win) wiiiiIh In takn u gaum ho could ho iiiiulu n Hinder
Hooln ImighiHl ami wild thul I'littit r- rliiiiiru In bIuhIhk nny liiuin wie-tUliia I -
nun is there Wliti the rlwlii kind nf liouia, hownver Hi'ihy uiul Allien muy inpel In I lie
.luff for an niniilie ' nwr fillillil ID (hu fiiliuur iiri'epleij
..- ... .. Tlio (hi nmn nillu Id morn limn four rlialli'iis,.. 'hh iy Hm uinr arm
!Crui,.l.r,7IN ADD PAY'WI H'khi H "'K " II"1 liimlltlt' llm tmil on Kuttifiluy nvviilnif.
In August theiu will bo n puity of
forty Australian hoys passing thiougli
Honolulu en route to tho mainland
for a seilea of games They are of
Young Australian la'iiguo of lloyu und
, among tlieiu uiu teams of li.u.eball,
cricket, football, tiatk anil Buliuiuliig
'llin Hawaii Yacht Club inemlierii
lepoit tho lluest tlmo oer ut their
duiico und races at Pearl lluihor ilnr
Ing the week end. The puity loliiru
lug on tho yuclitii arrived homo Into
yesterday urteriiooli llted but huppy
July I pioiulsfs lo ho u big day on
lliiuull, Maul und Oahu. rlpoitlng
ei'iilN mo pliinui'd for inch or tho
Inlands on tho iiuiloii'H blrlliilny which
will Kit" Hie fnim pliiiily in .lit
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