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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1911,
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The Bulletin's Page of Sports
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With Athletic l'nrk In poor colidl-
Davis Cup Challengers on Liner Zealandia Asked to Name
Matches and Time of Play Larned and McLoughlin In
. . ... " . . .... Hon, and the Senior league schedule
The wireless was l.roimlit Into use mid It Is hoped that nny exhibition ubondonedi ba tana are turning to
yesicroay ill mi cuori 10 cumiiieio ur- mnicucs which limy u iirriingcu uur
rmigemeiits for exhibition mutches hero Ing his short stay ficre will Include
when th American tennis trucks nr- I,urncd. Another suggestion Is tint
rlvo Wednesday, en route to New Zea- Ijirnod nnd Homo local platr, iirobahly
luiul for the D.ivls iup conquest. A. CaMIe, hook up against the Wright-
Castle hrldKeil the waste of water Mcl.oughlln eomlilnatlon, hut this
the Junior Lenguo for Hport, and uro
well satisfied with the brand of hall
put up for their entertainment.
Yesterday at tho Mollilll grounds tba
Anlua took the long end of a G to 4
score from the Muliocks, making their
third successive win, nnd the Asahls
pounded the I'alumas to the tune of
12 to 1. Tho llrst came was a hum-
between Honolulu nnd tho liner Zen- would be on unsatisfactory pairing,
lmidln with a wlriless addressed to The best arrnngement seems to be a
llvnls Wright, nskhu: If thu challengers rniiolo of exhibition singles sets lie-
were willing to piny hern nml what tween learned anil Jtcjl.ouglilln nnd tha mer, hut the second was as loose as
matches they would enra to piny. Wright and McLaughlin-Castle nnd nn old garter. In the Aaln-Muhock
Wright nnd Maurice Mclaughlin will Hoth match originally scheduled, affair the score was n tie up to the
bo the American doubles ten in, nnd Nothing could ho more Interesting to eighth, when u wild peg to third let
when It wns hcllcvid that they would close students of the game than a a runner slip home Instead of nulling
fbo the only plajers to make the trip chnnce to study the stylet, of the chain- him
the suggestion was mnde that they play plon and the winner of the nll-iomersj
nn exhibition doubles match ognlnst A. at New port this year In notion ngalnst!
U Cnstlo and W, P. Itoth. Now that each oilier. t
W. A. I.nrned, undoubtedly the best A reply from Wright Is expected
tennis pluyer In Amerlcn, Is to piny either tonight or tomorrow, and when.
Ilrst-strlng singles, local followers of It comes definite arrangements will be
the game want to see him In notion, announced.
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FIFTY-EIGHT GAMES j PORTUGUESE DROP' THE'
TO DECIDE HANDICAP) FIRST GAME TO MAUI
Wedge With Tournament
FOUR GOOD MATCHES
AT M0N0A TENNIS
CLUB THIS EVENING
7l00 Axelrod Vi. Nlckelsen.
7i45 Guard and Sinclair vs. Irwlna
8i30 Steere vs. da Dratteville.
9 15 -Anderson and A. L. Cattla VI.
Rom and Singlehurtt.
Itl,.(. ..( fl.n l,,..,.n r.l.ll.'u ..(.Mlf-lf.
P. A. u Has Driven Entering tight tournaueiit m stun'this ..
lug, nml the miMlly of night tennis,
loiuhlmd with the fait that wjimm
eilhiit matihos nre on the run), should
bring out n good slzid giilhry. Tha
entries iiiine In rant on the last day
the llts wire optn, mid the class of
tlie tiiurnniiHtit Is nil Hint the com
mlttee hoped for
Tho oddity of the draw Is the meet
ing of (! Irwlne and J II. 11. inns In
tint pnllmlnary nriuiil of the nn-n sin
gles. They lire the two bi'st men III
the singles, nnd urn also playing to
gether III the doubles.
1 lot ll doubles filial singles will b
plived tonight, four iiijUIiik being the
limit niimliir Hint ran bo run off on
In one of tho toughest nnd closest The Portuguese team, wlnm rs of tho
mutches played on thu Manoci tennis second half of the Oaliu Kcnlur l.eugue
courts this senMin, Mernld Irwlno de- schedule, were trimmed by uu All-Maul
feated lr Uuldwln In tl'i tlnuls of Ihe aggregation In the llrst gume of their
liaiidknp singles Saturday last. The exhibition tour. Saturday nfternoun
score was 4 C, 79, 75, C I, 64. the locals hooked up with the Mnul
me K.iiiiencsH oi irwiues upiun Htm rrowii, nun wneiucr im-auw uie l""J'rs uaH uttlngiy ilostd with u Jolly dance,
was the real feature of thu inulili. hadn't regained their laud legs or fori .,,,, .,,, .n,,!,,..!.,,,,,.,
A program of miuntlc sports
rlwiled III keen liiterist mid exi Itenient
of Itegiittn 1J' Itself was pulled oiT by
the Outrigger Club orf the beach In
front of Us Wulklkl iiunrters Saturday.
Following the paddling and Hurling
competitions came u big chowder party
In thu club pavilion, nnd u good day
The boxing game's the thing In Ho
nolulu now The two shows staged by
thu l'nclllc Athletic Club at the Or
pheunf Thursday mid Knturduy last
have started Hie demand for clean box
ing, and In nil probability Hie opening
wedge will bo drlvtn homo with an
other good card In Hie mar future.
When the l'nclllc Hut comes here
the winners In the various classes In
tho tuiirnument Just iheud will bo
mulfhed iigalnst the gluveiiicn of the
ships, nml the result (honld be sntuu
first-class milling. Then miotlar
inatih In tween Miljulre and Mcdrntli
would be a big drawing card, prldil
that these eager sluggers can bo
brought together again The former
got a close decision ir the I'ort
Shnfli r man Knturduy night, utter eight
hard rounds, but there are many ho
think that McClrath should lunn'got 11
Hint draw ami who will be willing to bail:
their man In the event of another inict-1 swings,
The McClralli-MtUuIre affair was tho
feature of the card. After the iltclslon
In fuvor of the former III their four
round go Thursday night, both men
were on idge for the mill over thu
Owing to tin light between soldiers
anil citizens nt Salem, N J., thu en
listed Ihen at I'ort Molt, near lliere,
have bun forblibbu to enter the town
unless p. rmlxsloti Is obl'ilued
Hoth the ttrst two sits vvero bard
rought, the latter going to extra games,
and when Dr. Dubinin took the second!
It looked ns though he hud the united
mortgaged Irwlne, however, sturted u
some other rnuse, met defeat to the
tune of 3 to 2.
The teams lined up ns follows:
Portuguese Soure's, c; Iluslinell, p;
Flelzer, lb: Lino. 2b; Kreltas, ssj Or-
brilliant rally, nml the result vvus his nellns, .lb; Madeira, If; Josepp, efi
annexation of the next three, match und.Houza, rf.
cup. I All-Miuil Cuinmlngs. c; Sllvn, p;
Uul, Hi; Oarcln, 2b; Moto, ss; Clement,
dny, owing to the kngth of the other 3b; Juckson, If; Kama, cf; Sniythe, rf.
n n n
The newly organized Kumehiuneha
Alumni soccer loam, which Is in thu
ruie for "big league" honors, made Iti
Initial nppeurunco on tho Held Hutur
day afternoon. In a fust gumo ngulnst
the Kiim Schools team tho Alumni
went down tu defeat, but play was so
close, and fust throughout Hint the side
line sharps opined Hint thu Alumni
would prove ouu of the fastest teams
In thu Senior League this year. Cup
tain David Uimrd has barely got Ills
men together, mid they haven't buckled
duwu to the niceties of combination
work us yet. Tho men ure nil 'experi
enced pluyers, and ullhuugli out of
practice nml training, they showed
Hashes of Individual brllldlncy Sa'tur
t.Tliere was no scoring In tho first, half,
tfie honors being nlsjut oin. In tho
second, however, the'dUpe'lor condition
of the schools plnvoji b.gfin to sjiow,
mid they put the sphere, between the
posts for two goals beforo the whistle
sounded the end of hostilities. '
a m a
extinslvn building Improvements, nnd
Saturdays tntertaliimeiit was u pay
affair, the (iroceeds of which went Into
the building fund More than f.00 peo
ple took ndvmitnge of thu chance to
spend u pleasant evening mid git a
good dlnnir nt tho same lime, and a
satisfactory, sum vvus nettid.
Hctldes msny iiromlnent civilians,
the service was well represented. Gen
eral M. M. Macomb, di parlment com
mander, was among the guests.
McGrath Quick Starter.
WANT TRANSPORT RIGHTS
Hepresentatlveg from the different
divisions of tho Federal service got
together estorday fur tho purpose of
taking soino action In regard to hav
ing tho privilege of traveling on Un-
,clo Sam's transports extended to
them. This privilege. Is now grunted
to the Territorial employes. A cow
mlltcu wil ho appointed for the pur
pose of drafting a resolution ut an
other meeting that will he ahortlv
The second coming of Christ nnd '.he
mul of the world are presaged by tin
war In which Turkey and Italy ureipilj
gaged, Is the view, held by tho Seventh
pny A,dventlsts. t n
The Public Utilities Commission of
New Jersey has ruled that stcntn rail
road companies must sell commutation
tickets between any two given points
on their lines within the State.
JOLLY DINNER ON
. EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY
Although He' Loses to Hughie
Mehegan, He's a Big Aus
tralian Fans' Like Him."', i
SYDNHV (Austrnllu) Hughie Mehe
gan, the clever lightweight champion of
Australia, added unolher sculp to his
big collection lust night when he de
feated Prank I'lcato, the Americanized
Italian, who came here well Indorsed
nnd who fought Ad Wolgast two ten
round "no decision" contests 'some time
logo In Amerlcu The light went Hie
full twenty rounds, nnd Mehegan won
on points. It vvus n good decision, nnd
although I'lcato put up a great fight
he was well beaten by) the Australian.
I'lcato could not make the Australian
lightweight limit of 140 pounds, but
Mehegan agreed to meet him at catch
weights.) Although the weights wero
not announced at the ringside. It Is
known that IMcato scaled 144 pounds
and Melwegan 139 pounds. f i
It was' n fust, clever battel through
out, nnd It Is some considerable time
since Mehegan wns so hard put to It
In defeat nn opponent. The Australian
forced 'tho fighting throughout. A
straight' left was pumped Into Plcato's
faco round after round, and his mouth
jwns very badly cut, causing him to lose
a good deal of blood.
It was one of the best lightweight
battles seen here for many a day, and
I'lcato Is nlwnys assured In the future
of drawing n good gate here when he
Is up against nn opponent of any claB,
Mt (truth showed up will In the first
three rounds, and proved that thu
Judges wire i or rut In their ruling
Thursday ami that for three or four
rounds he has n shade on the Iail-
ni ers" chump. He got In some stiff
lefts mid several hard right Milne)'
punches. Moduli brought u nasty
Ight book Into play In the third mid
had Mrtlrnth bletdlng from i)ut Up
early In the game. Tlu fourth (round
vvus slow, but It dearly ,Miged '
McCluIre, ns did the fifth, also u very
tamo affair. Zl'ho Kiigliieer, wanted to
.ifor tlnfT-Utli riuinil,'(lAhnlusT that he
had agreed to fie. Hint
Mv (trail i the other band,
freshened up ronsldrrnbl) mid I topped
his udvirsiiry's rlshes with 1111110 good
lefts He wns much hmlhUreil when
the gong Mutinied mul Mlko I'.iton held
up Mclliilre's glove Mtdriith claims
that Hie worst he should have been
given was 11 draw, but this Is stretch
ing the fads somewhat
Other Mills Good.
I'rliice of the Second Infantry beat
No.vos of Hie Liiglnors In the 126-'
pound class, and Chesttr Wright was
given the sllvtr medal because Noyes
refused to light him for II.
Coupe, u left-handed sailor slugger
with a lighting face, lay ilnvvn In tho
third round of his gu with Wllbr somu
eight seconds lifter ho hud been hit. '
Jink t,"ochrane, n Port Shatter boy,
substituted for Jacklo Clark In the
middleweight event against Powell ofj
thu lluspltnl Corp. Tho latter needed
tho services of his own corps lifter the
sVcimmI round mul litj.socuiuU threw lit
tho sponge. -
' The dlnrterf gltenJ mm evci
IIia Xf(U.tilnlrl f'lnl. nt Wulklkl III nn.l i. Ii'.i Inr.irmn.l Hint II
honor pf Ihe Mikado's birthday was elabt-rojiml go 1 limbed out of the ropes
a qualllieu sucress. inere were nruiy ins seconds uraggeii mm nncK, now
others outside of Japanese attended, ever, and the light went 011, with Mo
The Hawaiian hand was In attend- Oulro doing his best to get his oppo
ance, and Ihe lawns and grounds werolncnt's goat by heaping nbuss and In
tastefully decorated. suit on him ns they struggled In thu
Each guest was supplied ,wlih a I clinches. McOrnth was lloored In tho
small Japanese lljg, and thorn was sixth nnd rested for the count of nine,
good cheer everywhere. 8eechesatiil In tho lust two rounds Miflulro ubso
toasts to Ills Majesty were made and Mutely lost his c)e fur distance lind
all received with cheers. I beat up the nlr with half a doztu right
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CHINA IN NEED
The lecture by l'rofossor Ollmore
vesturday afternoon at the Y. M. C.
A", on Jtie "Cultivation of the 80IP
wasjmost interesting, anil thc.ro wus
a good attendance. lie sioko at some
IcngUi on the methods that are be'
Ing employed In China, where more
land lis being cultivated nnd, ln.com
sequence,' more food U being produc
eu uuu tuu icar ui luuiyivi iubbuiiou.
The Professor Is of the opinion-that
the revolution In China haa been
brought 011 too soon and that there
are hard 'times ahead for the Inhab
itants, nnd all this on account of the
undeveloped science of agriculture.
The United States treasury gained In
strength during the month of Septem
ber, ulmost every feature of the na
tional government's Ilnnnces showing
1 Ily tho will of the lato Rdwurd Mur-
pny Jr., lormer unueu iaies nenaior
from NevvJ York, the entire estate, es
timated at many millions of 'dollars,
goes to -Mrs. Murphy,
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