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.EVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAR. 7, 1912.
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PUTS IIP STELLAR
EXHIBITION OF LAWN TENNIS
Challenge Match For Wall Cup Goes to Two Sets All and Is
Postponed on Account ot Darkness Castle Saves Match
In Final Set When It is Apparently Lost to Him.
Keeping up the remarkable record anil either put the. ball nut f cnuit or
fur postponed matches right Into the pop tip n weak one that hl opponent
SPEEDY SAILOR AFTER
RECORD TO THE PALI
chiillinge round, the Castle-Slnclalr
mutch-fur possession of the Wall Cup
elided wllh the score two sets nil yes
terday nfUrnoou, when It was tooilnrk
to Hie a ball on thu Uirctanla courtii.
Iiml no dllllculty In converting Into n '
mire kill. On the otlur hand, Cnxtlu'
wan utixtendy oerhenil, mid when hoi
had the clumco to Hcore men, he often 1
Hllpptd up on Ills smash One thlliK
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It wax n great match, the best of tlio(wac noticeable eeu from the side
lireHent tournament In many wn) 8, arid lliieK, and that wax that Castle's
a good-sized audience watched the racquet wax like n llxh net, nod that
IlKbt with brenthlexH Interext. many n olley that xbotild bau gono
Sinclair played the bent tennis ho true off tight gut, fill short
linn ever shown on n loeill court. Not Castle Strongest.
luity wax blx execution line, but his Hut townrd the end of the match It
heudwork was also very classy, nnd wax appurc'nt that Sinclair had xhot
be had the cterau Caxtta guessing nil hi bolt. lie worked tube nx bardux
the time. The lnltir, It hiust be ml- CuMIe, nnd tried for evirylhlng that
mllliit In nil fairness, anil without ills-i came .over the nit, the result being
parity to Sinclair's play, wax xurprlx- tblit bo wax nil In during the laxt set
Ingly unsteady, nnd uus liulte 11 bit No one took the time, but It'x thought
on blx gutno. i that Hluclnlr set n new Ixland marn-
Ing the II r fit xet G-3, nlid then second
C-2. Then Custlo took a brace nnd
pulled out the third, 9-7, lifter Sin
clair had him G-G, point in.ltcb. Thu
fourth went to Caxtle 0-1, after Sin
clair had thu commanding lead of 3-1,
Kluilulr followed the maxliif of 1M
Dclchunty, who, when nuked to Iro
llse. on bow" to b.it, for a baseball mng-
ntlue, unite the classic receipt, "lilt
cm wlurc they nlnt," Certainly Sin
clair wax hilling them where Caxtle
didn't happen to be at the moment.
He didn't try to pnxx hit. opponent
down the. Hide lines, for no ono can
Ret nwny with that play iiKUlnxt At
Castle, but he would work blx mini
Into ono corner of the court, and then,
zlnir would come the ball back In the
nppoxlto rnrnir. with u lot of pneo on
(It. Caxtle would make n scramble.
the 2S miles .185 yards during the
The fifth nnd deciding xet will be
plaed off lit A o'clock this nfteriuMin
If C.ixtle wlnx he retains poxsexsli;ii
of thu Wall Cup Imd the title If
Sinclair wlnx, he will net Ms name
on the trophy. The handicaps, Caxtle
owe 1C, biliu; the men Just about on
nn een basis. Hnwewr, yestirday
c.ixtle lost tho first point In marly
wry Knmo with persistent regularity,
nnd this put him two points to thu
bud nnd made every cmuc tin uphill
Carl Onrdner Ix expected this nfter
noon on tber C'llljo. ,x wax predicted,
be won tho champlouxldji ut the Ma
nila carnUnl, nnd comes homo with
the title of champion of the Tnr litst.
Ho expects tn remain hero about two
weekx and illl'dn considerable plnylnK
with local cracks.
illlL ITS '10 OltiUMZK.
ON TOP FOR
SOME "DONT'S" FOR BIG AND LITTLE
LEAGUERS AND SOME HOME TRUTHS
. l)on't steal fecond with tho bnsea
full. 'This Is excluslwly Hill Ab
2. Don't fall to touch second.'
3. Don't wntt until you are Just
about to duck under thu players' bench
heforo rcmtnltie your cap niter mak
ing u home run. Tho public pnyH to
Eeo your blushes. x
4. Don't have a small telephone
number. Howard Camiiltz never could
hit oer his .121.
fi. Don't b nfrnld to bit 'em over
thu fence. The small boy outside will
Kladty return the bull up to the sev
(1. Don't hold the ball too long lif
ter catching a fly. Lefty Davis did
this In Urooklyu and was let out In
i'ittsbiirg lie did not hold them long
enough nnd was decorated.
7. Don't Insist on half the purclumo
price. Itube Wndilell did this In Pitts
burg nod received n box of stogies
from Harney Drcyfuss.
8. Don't fall to run out inlleld hits.
i:en Hal Chase and Juke Daubert
linvo been known to drop 'em. -v
9. Don't oppose the suffrageltn
movement too strongly. You may he
transferred to the cardinals.
10. Don't use the harsh pedal too
often on the umpire. Hilly Klem ur
Cy Itlgler 'may be your uiunuger next
8ilor Blumenthal of the cruis
er Colorado ran from the Post
office to the Pall and return yes
terday afternoon, making the
distance tn 3 hours 2 minutes.
Blumenthal is one of the speediest
Jack Tars of the navy, and he
believes that he can better this
mark considerably, and set a rec
ord that Island runners will have
a hard time to equal.
RANDOM SNAPSHOTS AT
Tlw Hrammar School Athletic
League, In which nine prop schools
are represent) il, Ix making pinna for
n big Held meet Mlrrch 21 lit Atex
nnibr I'Meld, ,
The li.iskelball nliiverx of Princeton
I lilwrsltv humbled Yule 111 another
game I'lliruury 2!, on thu Tiger Moor,
hy a siore of 2t to 10. Princeton ind
id the xeuxnu 111 lift li position, with
ulc holding down last place.
The Piencli open golf championship
Von last year by Aru.iud Massy will
be held tills yinr July I iiniU.M...(lTJi
nmateur tourney, won lus( enr by
Charles Ilvans, the American player,
will take place on July 4 nnd E. I loth
cents will, .18 usual, be decided on
the links at Im Houlle, near Versailles.
S.in Anlnnlo, Tex., welconied Con
nie Mack mill twenty-six of" his re
cruits for thu Philadelphia American
Leaguu li.iseli.ill club to Texas, When
the troupe lauded In the Lone Star
city Mack and Ids men were mado
'liniiornri Ti vrins" in a xibeilulf il tiro
grnm of welcoming nddrcsHci that fol
lowed their nrrhat. '
m:kdi.k ix fiutvK.
CHATTANdOOA. Tenn. Af
ter Jake Abel of this city had
been given the decision over
Danny Goodtnun of Chicago In
un olght-rouud bout, a noedlo
was found lit Goodman's glove.
During tho milling several se
vero scratches wore Intllcled
upon Abel's body, but they uro
not considered serious und'Abol
waH, able tu liulsli tho bout In
LOVEJOY & CO,
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FINE WINES and LIQUORS B
SIXTEEN DRIVE OFF
IN LADIES' TOURNEY
A good Held of sixteen participated
In the ladles' golf tournament, start
ed nt tho Country Club yesterday. Mrs.
Walter Dillingham bus offered a prize
for the winner, anil a special prize for
driving, approaching and putting bus
been otTercd by Mrs. J. It. Soiitligale,
for competition on the day of tho lln
tils. Klght qualified for match play, the
pairings being as follows: Miss WII
holmlna Tenucy Is paired with Mrs.
aill, Miss Heruicu Ilurtwcl! with Miss
llawllngs, Mrs. Walter Dillingham
with Miss Alice Cooke and Mrs.
Ocorgo 1'ottor with Miss Jennie Ken
nedy. Those who failed to qualify yester
day wero Mrs. J. 11. Southgatel Mrs.
C. M. Cooke, Jr., Miss Howutt, Mlsg
Helen Achilles, Mrs. llussell Wnl
brldgo, Mrs. Crott, Mrs. Ilunneburg
nnd Mrs. B. W. Sutton.
It Is well to have a good opinion of
onesself, and to remain silent about It.
W. L. Pet.
17 4 .809
15 0 .714
12 9 .571
12 9 .571
11 10 .523
9 12 .428
4 17 .190
4 17 .190
Four Games Separate Them
From Honolulus After First
Half of Schedule.
Y. M. C. A. BOWLING LEAGUE.
Stragglers .. 21
Laetl Club) 21
Bank of Hawaii ....21
Thu Ijietls took three straight from
thu Hankers In the last bowling game
of the tlrst siriex luxt night
I'or tho l.'ietls tho dummy bowleg
In good form nnd wax the only one
that rot fiUO pins In thu thrt-o ganux
It rolled l'.ii) for high scoru mid HIS
I'or the Hankers C. I longs wax tho
mil) one that rolled well enough to
tukn rank ax a howler Ills high scorn
was 160 mid uverage 148.
1 he score:
it. i.oftux ......m u.r. u: 4"s
Itasellluu M 134 lSS SIS
IVrgvisou 181 137 123 4T,u
Hurrl 119 1W. 174 r.'J
Dummy l4u 111 170 Ml
HANK OP HAWAII.
Nnttage .. ....107
f Iloogs K.7
II. Clark 114
U,ii 13'l :'!-'
Tho organization meeting of the
Ooal Club has In en called for
Saturday evening, at the Country
Club, when the embroiu HIIIIfh
will lock horns over tho festal
! Korty-thteo golfers have ex-
pressed a deslro to becoine tloats,
mid tho new society promises to
be one of thu best stunts ever
fr pulled off In connection with tbe
royal and ancient.
The bronre "gouts" which
! members will bavu ti) guard ,
agalilsl others who attempt to
"get them" will be struck ofT In
a short time and furnished to tbe
members. Tho player who can
show tho most promising collec-
llun on "St (lo.itherd's Day," next
November, will bo declared the
:: n :t
DE MELLO VERY
CI7 G78 G3S lUSO
President Prank Nuvln of the De
troit Tigers sprung a surprise by an
iieiiiielug he bud signed Jim McOulrc.
fornur manager of the Huston ami
Clew land clubs, nnd one-tlnii) catcher
for the Tigers. Mcdulre will cooper
ntn with Joo Sugden In couching the
lKtrolt twlrlcrf. In the curly stages of
tho pennant race nnd net ns n scout
the remainder of tbe season.
The games committee of the, Hawai
ian Athletic Association yexUrday eon
shlcred the protests of the Hnilanl
club regarding decisions ut the recent
A, A II. meet The club's conlintlon
Is that Prlesell'x reroid In the high
hurdles should he allowed., anil that
Coombs should be awarded second
plneo In the mlla rim. Tbe protests
have been taken under advisement.
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Tas. E. Pepper Whiskey
a -, sc. ) "Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
Agents for Calwa Wine
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
902 Nuuanu Street Phone 2708 g
ic. rrKe 3UC.
Kcprcsentativo llolctcln lins writ-
ton tho SuporVlsors thai Iho people of
Kohala want tbolr assistance In their
Mediterranean fruit lly rnmpulgn; Tho
affected area Is n small one, ho says,
nnd the 'pest can bo stamped ou.t If
the county will help. Ho u.sUn Mr $7&
a month for tin Inspector nnd also
wants tho police to help by notifying
peoplo that they must burn rlpo fruit,
The ordnance department Is placing
C0.000 aluminum cautetns for the army.
It Ix costing the State of Massachu
setts $4000 n day to maintain the
mllltla guard at Ijiwrence, according
to a statement by Governor l'ois.
Yes, Dummy wjs high nun!
Who stole the bowling shoes?
Some lady: Win re Ix Mr. Dummy'
llnximnn got a note.
got blx "goat,"
anil the nolo
(lucsx the I .act I
green and ellow.
Club colors are
What chances had Iloogs tu git that
7S-U-10 split? None.
'Hatred to the memory of one C
Itautz, who departed," etc.
It wax Iiitl night last night; In
other words, ladles' night.
The "olllclal scorer" had to be
awakened several times last night.
Quite a Job to get this series off
from a managerl il standpoint. That
Wisdom has done It anil still kept ev
eryone his friend, speaks volumes fur
his tact and energy.
The 20-gamn endurance, contra! be
tween Williams and Whim', Honolu
lus, nnd Masir and Walters, Katlut,
fur the Inter-Island bowling endurance
championship will be started ut 3 p.
in. on the "Y" alleys and 8 p m lis
I.lliue, next Saturday.
On the mill tho "Y" nllcrs will be
open hi the evening for Indlex only.
Kadi l.uly will be allowed to roll one
gamu (two If tho nlleji are not over
crowded), und the ones rolling high
hud second high scores will be re
warded with suitable prizes,
' II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ads best lliihlness flt-i-lers.
First In clrenlallon First In thu
hearts of Ihc people. That's the II u I
1 1' tin nnd whj II it I let I n nils pay.
139 Merchant Street
II l-n't often that 11 filthier Ix fool
ed ovir his own weight The game
Is to fool the other fellow, and often
for no renron at all xcrappen. make
a li!)xtiry of their poundage, but know
to 11 fruition of nil ounce Just what It
Is thiuiselvex Not so Hen de Mollo:
He Is to make IM piionils nt 3 o'clock
Saturday for his fight with (lllmore,
mid jesterduy wlien he stepped on tbe
platform before I'roinoter A) rex and
several of Hie sporting fraternity, he
was thunderstruck to find that he
tipped tin! Ilium ut only 148 1-3
pounds with his clothes 011. This
menus that ho will go Into the ring
not much uvir 142. nnd that lie will
be giving nwuy X ivoutuls to his oppo
nent, who Jeslerday weighed 101 1-2
tripped, after blx work-out ,,
De Mi Ho xutx be hnsn t lost any
tit Hi 'to speak of latilv, anst this means
that when he four.ht'JIm lloao n rous
pie of wicks a to. be wux giving away 3
about 1,8 pounds. Considering this, the,
show lug he made wax truly rrmurk
This iiflirnooii Do Mellu Is going to
spar a few rounds with Dick Sulli
van Tbe exhibition Ix scheduled for
3:11 ut the Orpbeiim, und It'x probable
that a good ntaiiS llstlc fans will take
uilvautuge of slilnir the husky Hllo
(lllmore will do blx last work this
nfternoon at Camp Very, and iu also
Is sure to have un audience. He will
probably take 011 l'ullen and Trier for
a few rounds each. Thu ItIsco boxer
Is In better shupu than he has been at
any time previous during lilx Hono
lulu sojourn, nnd In Ix apt to give Da
Myllo nil that even that husky oung
gentleman cm Jinndht In tho Way of
To date It hasn't been decided
whether the tight will bo under-clean
brc.tk rulix or hitting with one arm
free In the clinches. This w lit , be
The preliminary card looks good.
There wilt bo three snappy affairs.
Seats for Saturday night ure going;
well nl Ounsl's clgur store.
MANAGERS KEEP AN .
EYE ON THE PITCHERS
Ni:V YOUK. N, Y. "Ford, Cald
well, Wurhop, I'laher, McConni'l) and
un Improved Vaughn should keep the
New Yoik AiucrJcniiH up among Hiose
present in the race the coming sea
son," savs Connie Muck, the wise old
owl of baseball,
"According to baseball history,"
udded the manager of the best hall
club In the world, "tho manager al
ways worried more about his pitch
ers than about any other player. It's
thu burlers who keep many 11 club
from sinking to thu bottom, I have
watched the box manipulators on tbe
hill top and I consider those pitch
ers I hae mentioned good ones, and
unless something unforeseen happens
they will make success sure for Harry
Woherton, the new manager. Ford Is
01111 of tho best pitchers in our
league " '
One who flatters, jou broadly either
Is a fool or thinks you are.
TRY LUNCH TOMORROW
11:30 to 1 p.m.
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