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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLOLU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911.
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W I 'fipl I 1 II "l u &
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I i -V mamm WATER SPORTS-
What the Printer's Devil
Thinks of the Fans
During tho vnjnKi from Yokohama1
linxuuiil! wns tin- inoxt ioiular inirt on
liuiiril the Ktuiincr Ti'iiyo .Mum, mill i
many win- the hot Bamc Itiiliiltti-tl In
on thi' miaclotik ilifkB of llio llni-r. j
Thiru lira a liuinhor of dm from llio ,
Orient on lni.iril, mill thin mnoiiR lh
liuxki-tiKrra from tln mainland ari' olh-1
r who uro mli'l't with llio InirncliliU'i
' Clinrlvy Smith of Manila la one of
till! hl'St-UllllWll IniIMoMITM tlllTO urn!
Ihi Is on boaril tho Tt-nyu anil lias ilono
boiivji strunuoiis work nt tho Knnio.
Thu llrnt rrraml Willi- lli'M. liiirn-r
of tin- ship, atliiiili-il to ycstvnlay aft
rrnoon wlwn iu mhiu on shorn wna to
lay In another supply of halls for tho
plujcrs on tin- ship, niul from ln-ro to
Frisco tho ilicks will bo tho bcciiu of
lnuny i-xclthiK Kami
"Tho Tonyo TIiiu-k" Is a ilally shwt
)til.llfli-il on tho ship ilurlnu tho pres
int trip, anil half of tin- papir Ij. taken
up with saue ailvloo fiom tho printer's
ili-vll, who makes somo kiibo observa
tions! on tho ball piiiK-s. nilxeil In with
other Josh about the passeniiers.
May !! anil 2U tho ilovll hail the fol
lowliiK to say:
"for tho bent-fit of one nt our llrltMl
rouslns, tho ilovll bi-B to say that I"
baseball there are several ways of put
tlnt! a man out. to wit: (1) Orum
tliu ball llrmly between tho thumb ami
tureniiR-er ami Kently touch, your man.
12) llepentlnis tho abovo operation.
tourh tho base ilalntlly wilh the foot.
iSl llounro an nxo forcibly on his heail.
This Is the most ellleaclous tho ball
' Is too soft.
, "Drlvlnc one's little iliiRer through
an opiioslne player's chest may bo
' iiooil form In baseball, but It Is advis
able, to pick a man with a soft wish
bone. Ask Mww McOrniv.
"Tho WnilltiK Woes iut one ovr on
tho link Teas yesterday to tho tuno
or 1R.1T and then disbanded.
"Frank Crauco Crooks says that In
tralnlnc he only eats during his waK
lnK hours these are not many.
"A" deck Is too small for hammer-
throwing. Ilesldes, If oxamlned closely
a bnn-bal! bat only bear a slight ru-
femblauco to a hammer.
"We do not know what lino of bust
ness consumes the time of our umpire
during tho oft season. Wo hopo he
does that well.
"Tho umpire was hoard to remark
that the swimming tank was not big
enough to wash his face In. Jlany a
true word is spoken In Jest.
"The captain of tho Invlnelbles an
nounces that he has a eood cam. l'rldo
goeth before a fall.
"LOST Yesterday, on 'A' deck, 7
pounds of avoirdupois. Finder ploaso
. return to Dr. Jtoach.
"Did you sec that morning gnmo?
Ten 'Innings, doing some.
.".Manila Klelder Smith distinguished
"Orent Stop Kvnnis.
"Tho Dreadnoughts nnd Kxcelslnrs
looked like champions In tlm forenoon.
"V hato to give the Dreadnoughts
a name after they ran Into tho 'I.eaguo
"lluw to play good baseball : Wear
a hobble skirt.
"Some of the base-runners must have
seen Jnpnntywt wrestling before nnd
learned tho urt of glueing their feet to
.'London defeated San Francisco last
night. Cheer, you llrltlsln-rsl
7 "Frank Chance Crooks takes an al
cohol rub beforo each guino Inter
nally. 'Jiimes Ilrendan llraily, Kw., of New
York and elsewhere, n bon vlvant, lead
er of society nnd man about town, also
the fashion pinto of the passenger 1M.
put on his llfteenlh pair of hand-paint
ed silk hoso this morning.
"Have you noticed n handsome man
wearing a white servlco uniform nnd
campaign hat parading tho deck?
"If not, do so ho would npprcclto It.
''Did i-nyonn not Is tho klean wllo
"Watts' the matter with the servlcn
m m ::
1MIII.AI)KI.PI1IA. May 20, Tim
lentil annual Jlhldlo Htntos Honlnr
rlclinl.iKtlu cliainplonalilp truck liiefll
on Franklin Field this nflvruoiHi to
milleO in victory for lllll Hrltool (if
I'litlitiiwn, . I'n,. nver I'mliululpius
llitlliioio lilhl Moni'isuiirie utliooli.
JAPANESE ATHLETIC CLUB
Hack linn -'.V.ilker, If. ClilllInL-e, urlli, Akiiim, lNphiilii, Ilrlln, "Volley.
I'm at How Louis erlie, I'riiurn, Asnni .
Thl club It'inln (liiliu l.t-iisue with u perci-nliigi- of SOU, liming plajcil
lite games anil lol hut (die in tin- present season.
ST. LOUIS WINS
Defeated Pun Seconds Yester
day at Aala Park By
Score of 6-3.
Yesterday afternoon the Oalin secojnl
team went down to defeat before the
St. Louis aggregation of ball-tossers.
The game wus played nt Aala Park,
and a largo crowd gathered around llio
The Oahus managed to send three
mcnjicriiis the plate In the seventh, tho
only Inning In which they could score
St. Louis Is now tho champion of
tho second team triangular league se
ries of 1U11.
The team linn lost two and won four
out of tho scries of games played.
This year St. Louis College leads all
other schools In baseball. Tho first.
second nnd grammar teams won out
from their opponents In succession. Tho
youngsters have played good, clean
Swan was tho most Important per
former of tho nfternoon yesterday,
pitching a gamo that fairly tingled
with sensations. He fanned nlno of
tho Oahus and walked two.
Fernande. nnd Tin Yen of St. Lnuls
drew; many cheers for their, clever
work during tho afternoon. They
brought oft some pretty running catches
during tho early stages of tho gamo.
Chlng Sue. for tho Saints, held down
tho Initial sack In great stylo, YVat
soii, who played second base, madii
somo fine plays. Ifolllnger, lit short,
was the batting kid yesterdny.
Nottage played a star gamo nt first
for tho Onhus,
.The lineup of tho chnmplon team:
Kay, If.: Fernandez, of.; Tin Yon, rf.;
I'achero, 5b.; Ilolllnger, ss.; Watson,
Sli.; . Chlng giie, lb.; Swan, p.;
St.- f.oula a 1101000 00
OnhU 0 0 0.0 0 0 3 0 03
x: a ::
BRITISH PUGS WONDER
AT OUR BOXING LAWS
NKW VOItK, May 22. Thu Kngllsh
amateur boxing champions, who arriv
ed here a week ago to tnku part hi
the liiteruutloiial tournament which
was broken up by tlm pollco last Fri
day 'night, are wondering how tho con
troversy will end. Tho IhiglUhineii can
not iiinlerstuuil why there Is a law heru
ngaliisl boxing when admission Is
They say tluil boxing Is all tho race
In Knglund, that there. U very llttlo
opposition tn It. Tho boxing clubs
have gradually Increased In nunthci'
until they are legion. Fights nro held
Id all the big cities und towns after
noon nnd evening nnd the publla Is
admitted at vurlous price.
Tho promoters of the International
luiirnainenl hope tn tlud u way to
tt :: n :: :: :t t: :: n :s :: u :: n :t
M SPORT CALENDAR. tt
:: If Malingers of baseball and olh- tt
tt cr athletic tenuis wonM-notlfy tho H
tt Bulletin of tho chiton of pro- tt
U liospil Matches MJ that such In- tt
tt formation could ho placed In tho it
tt sport calendar It would bo con- tt
tt Bldered a favor. Address nil com- tt
tt implications to Sporting Ktlllur, tt
tt It n Hot I n Olllco. tt
tt Saturday, June A. H
it l'earl Itaro Honolulu Yacht Club tt
tt Saturday, June 10. t
tt Fifteen Hound (In nt Orphoiini t:
tt llotweon l'.itsy XlrKonna and tt
tt Kid (ieorgo of San Francisco, tt
tt Sunday, June 11. tt
tt Opening Oaliu Junior League tt
tt First Series: Aala vs. I'ulatna K
tt Jr.; C. A. IT. vs. Asnhl. tt
tt Monophino Fllghls Masson nt tt
K Lollelma and Walker nt Hllu. tt
tt ll.iseball Walalua vs. Walaleo tt
tt nt Wnlalee. tt
tt Monday, June 12.
Jt Fifteen Mllo Haco Athletic tt
tt I'nrk: King and Hiihenetlo.
tt Motor Cycle Itaccs Knplolanl tt
tt Thursday, June 22.
tt Coronation Day Cricket Match,
M Alexander Field. tt
t: n n it n j: :: ;: :: a a u a n tt tt u a
School Teams Played Tues
day and Score Stood
9-8 at Finish.
i Kamchamcha Aquatic Club
Holds Annual Regatta With
During tho morning of Juno 12 thorn
will be ii'iuntlc sports of various kinds
nt Knllhl, the events forming llio pro
grain of the annual regatta of Kumo
hainehn Aiiiatle Club.
Until men nnd women tnko part In
the nvo events on llio program of day's
Kpbrts, the llrst thing to bo started In
the morning being u two-paddlo canon
rnco Tor ladles.
Then there nrotwo races for men,
one u four nnd tho. other n slx-paddlii
nlTnlr, nnd two canoo sailing races.
Alter tho llrst three races nro llnlsh
rd there will bo n big Ulan given, und
then tho sailing rnees will como In tho
KM CniWford will rccrlvo entrlen up
to Juno 10, tho entry fee for tho ilrst
eliisH sailing raco being $2, nnd for
tho other events (1.
First race Ladles' two-paddlo canoe,
free for all. First prize, J2.S0; M-cond
prize, 11.50. Course, from sluko off
club beaihiiiarterR to Judges' boat,
iiroiinil It nnd back to slarllng point.
Second race Men's four-paddlo ca
line, free for all. First prl.e, tt; sec
ond prize, $2. Course, saiuo as for the
Third race Men's slx-paddlo nnclcnt
canoe, for championship of all Hawai
ian outriggers; free for nil. 1'rlze, cup
or cash and loK Course, half n mllo.
Then comes tho big luau, which will
last from noon till 1 o'clock for tho
eonlestunts. Tho rest of tho bunch will
probably sipiat down nnd eat tho good
things till darkness closes 111.
Font th rnro-r-Snlllng between modern
i.-........ a.i..,.,i imy u,,mn vruiinTHirrsI rntuios. first class, for cliunitdoushti) of
hot on tho baseball scent, and each all Hawaii. The event Is free for all,
week some "great. Interesting and ex- and tho course Is two nnd n hnlf miles,
citing" gnmos, ns one of tho youthful ! Tilt re must bo four starters to mako
In race, nnd the winning boat will tnko
fans nuts It. nro played.
Decoration Day was one of tho times tho championship, besides n sliver cup
when somo of the exciting play was and jr.. Tho silver cup Is to bo won
linn Kaaawn twice out of three times In succession.
Second, third nnd fourth prizes of J3,
Indulged In, and nt .that
won out from tho school nlno of Wala-
holn by ono fun, tho scorn being 9-8.
Coming from a fan on the other side,
the account nt the game rends;
"There wns n great. Interesting nnd
exciting gamo played nt Knaawa dla
$2.r,0 and $2 nro alo provided.
Fifth raco Sailing modern canoo,
second-class championship of Hawaii;
freo for all. Course, same as fourth
race. Prizes: FlrsC J3 and club rlb-
innnil between tho Wulahnlo school bon; second, JJ.CO; third, S1.E0.
children and Kunawus on Decoration
"The score' wns 9-8 In favor of, tho
Knanwii school children."
Tho lineups of tho two teams wero:
Kannwn Izuo Hlroknne, ; Cleorgo
Padeken, p.; Hung Yew, lb.; John Ko
ikol, 2b.; Similto Ishhnnto, 3b.; Hoo
kann Knlkol, i-s.; Kiln Knaukal, rf.;
Kibale, cf.: Izukl Fuglkawn, If.
Yvolaholo lllll. c.; Solomon, lb.;
l'eter, 2b.; Jlnglro, rf.; Kuahllo, ah.;
Champion Mrs. Coulter De
cides to Quit and Others
Ijist evening Mrs. Coulter nnnoiineed
to her friends that she would not play
tenuis this year, nnd that nil matches
In the ihainploiihhlp play would boilej
faulted by her.
This step, ns predicted In the Hul
lo 1 1 n of last Wednesday, is taken by
Mrs. Coulter to cncourai;e tho sport,
and although she has been (thinking
ovir tho matter for sovonil days, she,
did not nnnounco her Intention until
after sho had left school yesterday aft
ernoon and gone to meet some of her
friends to talk the matter over.
Thero 19 no tiuestlon but that sh.
can win from any woman In tho game
In llawnll. ami her dlulslon will glvo
a stronger Impetus to tho other women
who play the game to enter the tour
nnmerit tills yenr, for ono of them will
surely i-aptluo tho proud tltlu of Ter
Up tn tho present thero havo been
no entries In the ladles' uluglea or thu
doubles, and but u fow In llio mixed
. Within tho next fow days, however,
It Is expected that a largo number of
entries will eiiino In, and th tuurnn
juents for tho fulr box may start next
a a a
1'IllI.AnKU'IIIA, May 20. Durtttci
praetleo Iiefnro llio Curtit'li-reiuisyi
London, April 29. Tho covered
court lawn tennis championship of
Kugland was won by a Frcnclminn,
A. H. Gilbert, who defeated tho vet
eran Englishman, M. J. (1. Hllrlile, In
tho flnnl round at tho Queen's Club
In three straight sets.
Robert Is still In his teens nnd was
Utile known outsldo of Franco until
lie bent the New Zealander, A, P.
Atevnn.ier. i..: Mniiii. ss.: Pnuolc. cf.: ! Wilding, recently In tho French chaiii-
Choong Chan, If. l'lnnshlpa. Itltchlo defeated Wilding
Tho scoro'-by innings: 1 1' "'o Rumlflnal lound of tho present
Kannwn 3 0 0 0 2 111 l !' loiirnalnent.
Wnlnholo :i 0 10 2 0 0 2 08 ""
1'mplre, John Awcuii; tlmo of ganie.i
1 hour 35 minutes; scorer, Kskcl Pad
eken. tt tt St
Are you One
of these Sixty?
Conservative Authorities state that
at least sixty out of every hundrcil
men liave made or will make a
tragedy of marriage.
I Many younc men tldnk they have no rlclit
I tn marry because they have wasted tliflr
vitality In early life at a time nhen they did
i not rializc the aftereffects.
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ernooii that It would be bolter for tho h ,h.'mn f i.arcnt and Imoranco
Ti-rriturial Supreme Court to puss upon of the sufferer at to the proper atciu to lake
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the "rtysiHitibloucsH of tlm iinll-hMiu- ,, ,, ,a , t0 uine for',bu cundiiion.
inllig reglllalloils of the Tenilorlal I itntoratlan to perfect health, freedom from
.Tuilgo Cooper decided yesterday aft-
lloard iiC Health for thu violation of K'licral ilihillly ami premature decay, relief
" """ " " i.i liii:ti-il vltililif ntid rrnotvpil vrntlli nnd
Uuruui jHiyilcal and mental power will lie
which IKi't l.lglitfont was arrested.
When Assistant City nnd Cininly At
torney Mllvelion rested Ids ease yes
terday nrieriioon, I., l.lghtfuot, who
has uppeured for Ills son, stated that
ho hud no 'defense to put on, resting on
tho testimony prosonlod by the prose
Liltiou. lie admitted the violation or
tho rcgllhillon us charged In the penal
summons Issued for his son. but rest
ed his inso on tho showing or uuroa
sonablcnew which ho eluliiied had
beeninillealed by tho testimony for tho
Mllvelion stated that he was anxious
Tlce wonderful little taWet contain no
mercury vr utlicr Jnjuriout tlrus. Ilicy act
like mngic. The hrUlit eye, tlio elaitlc t(i.
tlie tlcar and active brain, tlio courasc ond
ilreiiRtli and comfort they Impart are noted
clmuit from the lirtt day tliey are taken.
One liox of Tenton Nerve Ksscnce
will do a ieat U'al of k0(11. U"-' f"1
a'iiilroi ri-iinlllli-nt nf 1 v lillVCI i r ini.'ir
tn get tho eiii- before tho Hupromo ami.t.,i , maKx n mrmaiKiit aire or the
court nun wmiiii pay iw uw nw in money will be riiimdcil.
tile irunseripi, unu iuiiiuiikii i.iituiioui The iirnprlrli
imitt-nted Unit lu wus entitled to n nil-
Ins, tlio reserved iiinxlioii will be fi-r
tlilwl tn llio Tirrltoo hlKtiust trl
irtinilrlora. The mown l.xenrt t n..
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lanutlly Jk. i-iry sullcrrr In ylvt rvt.m
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honors nre ke.plim up tlmlr irulnlng. nflornnnn, Oantilln Mttgnor uf
In Hut iwii-mlla run I'lliiuiliin of lllll ni, iintuh boaers wen. hrouuht hernl Ournell u Btnirh on Mo Uott4 by a
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iliMi'j dilay, iiiiiiiiiiiiia heUay, llig I'liuaraligii
tan U itilaliud Hum
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