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EVENINO. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, OCT. 17, 1911.
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WRIGHT AND M I IILlillLIN HERE
Coming Tennis Tournaments Are Really Elimination Trials
For Pronosed Exhibition Match With Interna
lengers cracks out tor the E. 0. Hail uup.
BY LAURENCE REDINQTON.
Wlillo nut officially announced iih steumer arrives, no Hint there will lie
such, the coming tournaments fur the no misunderstandings or delays.
Hall -hud Wall cups w ill in reality- UK- When tne Hawaiian team in imuiiy
lire as elimination trials to dettrmlne announced, which will bu at leust n
the tennis team best able to represent vveik befuru thu date of the match, un
llavvnll In nil exhibition match against otlur combination that public opinion
the Davis Cup clmllengers. It In nut conceded a chance to, Will hae Hie
the nlllmnto rcMiltB of the toiirnnmeiit right to challengu oncu fur IIib right
on which players will he Judged, but to piny tho International men.
rather on the general form allow n, ami
IIih ability of the rncnutt men to he
'on thlr game." There are four or
Ihc phi) cm In unci around Honolulu
who might hook tip ns n doublet team
In viirloux combinations, unil
watch will be kept to tee which pair
ing lookH tho most likely to stop the
HeiiN Wright nnd Maurice Mel.ough
tln nre scheduled to come through here
on the next Australian boat, sailing
from Vancouver early In Nov. ember,
and It U practically certain Hint they
will flay onu exhibition match during
tho time that the steamer Is 111 port,
Wright and Mclaughlin an a doubles
combination liavo never been seen here,
although both player have appeared
on tho local courts on different occa
sions, 'und In view of Mclaughlin' Im
proved form nnd the grent ahowlug
that he made at Newport this year, the
tnlkcd-of exhibition mutch would he
sure to bring out a record crowd of
C O. Hock us, captain of tho llere
tanla Tennis Club, who Is now on the
Coast, will innko n point of Interview
ing McLaughlin before he sails, rela
tive to playing In Honolulu, nnd a local
committee will complete final arrange
ments by wireless Just before
Drawings for the Halt Cup will he
held thin afternoon at 4:30 In thu office,
of A. I. Coptic, nnd placing will be
Marled tomorrow nt the a.ime hour on
close i both the Heretuiila and I'aelllc court.
An entry list of about twenty Is ex
pccted,4ind a tile handicaps assigned
III the Castle Cup competition Inst week,
hold good, the Tnatche should he In
teresting throughout. Certainly tho
committee brought the player clo-u
together In the Inst event.
W. Kklund. the Una plujer who won
the Castle Cup event, will be left lit
the same mark. Class C. JohuO'Doivda
will again piny from scrutih. A. 1..
Castle aiuMtoth are thu only two men
In Class A, and there Is a chaucu of
tho latter' not competing.
Tho Hall Cup committee held n
meeting till morning ami decided to
make a new class, Clnss (1, It mem
ber to receive in and half-15. Thero
nro a number of tennis men who hesi
tate to enter the tournament In Class
F, with n handicap of plus 15, and In
establishing the new class the com
mittee believe that It Is working for
tho general good of the sport, and that
In handicap event of this kind nifin-
tho liers spell success.
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Aula 236 39 .1C5
:C..A. U 2!3 35 .156
-Q. All It. MI. Pet.
I Tln.Muhock .... fl. 22 5 10 .455
run Yen. u. a. u. .. I, - 3 11 .""
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jKnalll, Aala 4
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Tho Junior League batting nverage A- Joseph, Inlamu.. 8
for the llrsl hilf of the schedule. Jut Hnknlno, Asahl
closed, hao been announced by Scorer
Jackson, They show "that the Asatila,
who tied with thu rulamn with seven
Karnes won and one lost, and then won
tho play-off, certainly didn't bat them-
selves to Victory, Thu team It third
on the list, with a club average of .186,
nnd only two Asahl men are In thu
L. Tin .of the Muhocks lead with
tho fine, nv erage of ,455, As this same
player come' far down the list of
Henlor league batter. It look n
though the pitching In the Junior or
ganlintlou was considerably Inferior to
Hint of the "big leugue."
1'ollowlng are the club average and
the Imllv I'lual averages of the men who
hit .250 or better:
Miihocl: ..!.., 28t
I'ulainuH .....,..',.,. 254
Asuhln , 252
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The baseball bug- has been doing Its
deudly work on Kauul. and tho fans
there are getting their money' worth
so far a seeing men cross the plate
A league, composed of several local
team, ha been formed nt Knpua, nnd
a Merle of games extending from Oc
tober 8 to December 24, with n schedule-
for two gnmes each Sunday, will be
played off. Tim opening games of thu
series were played Sunday, October 8,
bet ween, the KuJI and Hawnllan and
a pick-up team against Kupala, the re
FuJIls, 17; Hawaiian, 16.
Pickups, 6; Kapnln, G.
The games were'wltnemed by morn
than two hundrid enthusiastic fans.
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8TEERE MANOA CHAMPION.
Benefits of Indoor Excrciso Ap
preciated Even By Thoso
Who Like Outdoor Sports,
Honolulu nthletu and spoilsmen
hu always taken an hilelllgnt In
terest In gymnasium work, and while
there nre many who have only u lim
ited time for sport nnd exercise, and
who prefer to tke their pleasures III
the optn air. as u whole thu ionium-
ill J think well of )teiuutlc muscu
The following description of .Swedish
gvmnastlcs, written by an expert, I
thertforo timely and of Interest:
The mow incuts In thu HwcilMi sys
tem were originally developed by Per
Henrlck I.lng (17"6-lJ!i). mid their
leading prlnclplu Is (lie eual develop
ment of bolh halves of the body. In
stead of using mi exttrlor force, u
weights or dumb-bolls, I.lng brought
the circumstances of the weight and
leverage of the body Itself to play thn
dvc!oping part on the apparatus of
motion. Kspeclally In thu Hwedlsll
freo standing gviiiiuistlis even the lay
man may observe how wonderfully well
the exertion can be divided. Through
u small nlUratloit of the point of grav
ity of tho different parts of the body
It is possible to get various illlllcult
fundamental positions through which
the movements become moru or less
exerting to execute. In the Fame way
It Is possible to produce distinct ac
tions of the movements on thu heart
blood vessels, lungs, tho digestive
channel nnd other internal organs. On
this account It is necessary that thu
movement bo given in a certain order
In thn dally course depending on their
actions. Thu same muvcimiit which,
when properly given, produce only n
sense of wcllbclng. may, If Improperly
put together, pruduce tundaches, pal-
jpltntlon of the heart mid other path
lologlcnl conditions. It Is here the set
elillllc knowledge of IU gymnast comes
In, and where tho uueducnted would
bu gymnast prove ill Ignorance,
Human Body Pliable.
Thu human body I not, n many be
Hove, nn Indexible bunch of material.
On the contrary, "the human body I
pliable to such a degree, that ever) body
ought to bu made responsible fur thu
appearance of Ills physique. If a mus
cle Is flowed to work unllT wlthjlia
pnri oi us icngiii, ic win snoniy as
sume the shape according to Its action
People who through their trade or
weakness of their muscle walk with
bent back will In u short time be un
able to stretch their spinal column out
ngalii to. It full extent. In tho Swe
dish gjmiiustlc special attention I
paid to every movement being executed
to Its full limit, nymnnstlcs I there
fore the best remedy for common de
formities which ore caused by habit,
especially n thu movements mil hoBe-
lecteif In suili n wny that weakened or
otherwise nlleretl muscles and other
organs can bu acted upon,
lly tills it Is easily understood that
walking, for Instance, is not of the
same bent lit ns is gvmnastlcs. One Is
HENRY WALKER HEAVY HITrtR x
OF THE 0AI1U SENIOR LEAGUE
Stars Have Majority of Players in First Ten L. Tin Premier
Base Stealer of League Figures Show Good Work With
Individual batting and baseriinnhig it m rage, of the Onlin Senloi League,
fip to mid Including Humliv, Ot tuber 15, have Just bet it llgurcd by W T ltn
poso, thu official scorer of the league.
The II cores show two mighty sluggers) In Henry Walker, the J, A. '3.
center fielder, and Mcvcrs of the .Slurs. The former Is hitting 44 nnd th
latttr .412. Only onu man, .Medelroi of the Japanese, is In thu .300 class,
while there nre live batting between .250 uml .200
I. .Tin, the speedy Chinese third s.nker of llm Star, who, by thu way,
bends the hatting list of the Junior Icugue, has the grentesl number of pur
loined sack to. hi credit, having slob n nlnu in llva gamut.
The record speaks for Itself:
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U Ivsh.i (II) ...' 7
Doponlo (P) 7
Joy (K) E
Koares (P) 5
Itoss (J) 4
Chllllngworlh (J) 7
Ah Toon (HI 6 ,
Pf-clta (P) ,..!..'. 7
Kouzn (P) 7
Keiilohn (J) . ..' 5
Dreler (II) 4
Ilushmll (P) 7
Hnumukii (II) 4
I.. Tin (HI 5
Frnnco (J) ....
Kunlll (II) ....
Mclntvro (II) ..
Mnrkham (11) .
Lino (P) .......
Wlscllo (J) ....
Kan Yen (SI ..
during tho shortest possible amount of
tjnvu.,!j,ut. the harmony of the different
purts of the laidy, which I the funda
mental principle of perfect health, -Is
quickest obtained. Thu. rich amount
of varying movement In the Swedish
sysUm and thu sckntlllo basis on
which this Is built, mukq It possible
to select suitable .Lilly exercise for the
baby in Hie cradle as well a for the
weak old man. Often do we see con
genital weaknesses III tho muscular sys
tem or oilier source of coming dls-
eases which ran lo checked through mi
early treatment. Kspeclally important
Is thn time which thu child spends In
school, when often many deformities of (
the body nro started tjirough Inqorrcctl
sitting positions. A Huropinti physl-l
clan of great fume say that It I lucky'
If one child out of ten I normally do-'
V eloped, Uut even this time, between
inirlanco from thu stiiudiadiit of gym-
IU4bUcS.v?htUUlStlJ.thlllll mUIm iH not
fully developed. The mentally and
physically one-sided work nt thldnsk,
at, innchlitBM, etc, should be counter
acted by systematic exercise.
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