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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNE80AY, MAY 15, 1912.
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HOTEL LAUNCHES TENNIS
J" VU J. ' ' ' i
TOURNAMENT FOR PRIVATE COURTS
Men's Doubles Affair Will Be P
Week Tennis Interest Ha
Hotel Tournament Comes
layed Off On Hotel Courts Next
s Been Slack of Late and
as a Welcome Diversion for
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Tennis Interest, which linn liccn flag
ging for some months pant, will come
III for n genuine revlvnl next week
with the opening of nn Imltntlnnal
doubles tournament Riven by the Mo
nnn Hotel, In w li fell plus era from the
private courts of the city nml from the
nriny poMs adjacent In Honolulu have
been asked to tnke part At the offset,
the tournnment looks like n winner,
for the racquet men have been fret-
, ting over the Inek of competitions of
1 late, anil will tnm out In full forco
for the coming event
Players Hint have been Inclmleil In
the Imitation list nre those of the
1 Monnn llotej, Courtlnnd, Mncdnn.ild,
Ple.isnntnn. Colonial, Donnn, l'ort lin
ger Fort l)e Hussy ami Tort Klmftcr
'The main Idea of the tournament via
to make the result an open proposi
tion which would not hnvo been tho
I'nse had the rcgulnr tennis club been
Imitrd to send" their best teams, 11
would hae been mirre or less ot a
forcgono conclusion had tho Hero- '
tnnln, Paclilc nnd Xlnnoa clubs been
Included, nnd would have robbed the
ovent of much of Its Interest As It
Is, only bona fide platers, residing at
the places named or regularly using
the courts, will be accepted.
Two of The courts have already
named their teams The Moann will
be represented by II Hlnclalr nnd Da
vid Anderson, and T I' V Orny nnd
Mncnulny. l'ort Ituger has sent In Its
entry as Major Tlmberlnke nnd Llett
tennnt VniiKhan, and Lieutenant Pratt
and Lieutenant Williams.
"The Monnn courts are In Rood shape
for play1 right now," said MnnuRcr
Thlelo of the Mnana Hotel this morn
ing. "Wo wnnt this (niirnament to bo
n success, nnd nn tiling that enn ho
done to mnke It so will be done Most
of tho courts will enter two teams,
nnd this should Rive us a largo enouRh
Held to make Interesting matches Piny
will probably start next week"'
WILLIAMS CHAMPION .;
ROLLER OF THE CITY doost Hawaii rowing. -.
An attempt Is to bo made to t
Interest the sportsmen ot the ;
lllg Island In rowing, nnd de- ;
Mlop there If possible a club
that will send crews to tho 111- !'
tiTlslnnd regattas. AVItli .he ?
Idea of doing a little missionary
work along this line, In combl-
nation with a pleasure trip, II.
tt. Longley, ono of the Ilenlanl !
club's live 'wires, lias left for
II Ho. V I., Stevenson, tho Ho-
noluhi newspaper man who has
roiio to Hllo to edit the Trlb- ?
line. Is nnnther bontlng eiithu- !
slnst whose good oflleos In this
regard can be counted on. '!
The Hcnlanls are all for ex-
pnnslon Ah a club they nre
anxious to see tho Hnwallnn 8
Ilowlng Association represented
In tho I'ncKlc Coast How lug
Association, so that annual con-
tests Willi outside clubs could
bo nssuied J'
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Jects of.imich wrangling ntt'lir iiljnir
pic gullies of HMlS was the decision of
the Hrltlsh Olympic committee that a
competitor In the pole vault tould Juot
dig a hole In front of the liar hi which
he planted tho pule before taking off
for the Miult This was a great hand
icap to the American vailltcrs. Nw,
ufltr nearly four years, the rule has
been changed In Knglnnd, tho new
rule reading as follow'
"Polo vault -Anv i-oinpitltor shall
be allowed to dig a hoi. not mnrc than
one foot In diameter at the take-off In
w hi. h to plant his pole " I
Athletes expecting to gain Olympic
honors in (lie Maiathoii race ut Stock- '
holm through tho use of oxygen guH
have run up uga'nst a stone wall In tho
shape of an edict that competitor In
the eent will not bo allowed to uso a
stimulant of this inttire Strict Inter
piitatlon of the rules put oxygen In
the class of drugs, against the use of
which there Is a mandate of tho com- i
Speaker Clark, whllo In hla ollleo re
cently Biiflerod nn attack nf lumbago
1'iid Inter went to his homo. Ills Hi
nt ss was not serious,
By FRANK A. GOTCH.
(World's Champion' Wrestler.)
INSOMNIA AND EXERCISE.
The fellow who tosses About on his
pillow with the thousand shadows of
unrest crossing It, should have Iciim-
1 ed enough about his own happiness to.
. Know inai wnaiever too causo may
no i no cnances are lie is wrung pnyn
Ically There nre plenty of Insnmnln cures.
One might count nil the sheep III Wy
oming, nnd still ho wakeful. It Isn't
what Is dono that single evening to
induce sleep thut counts. It Is one'
general condition that says how well
or how poorly ono Is to slumber.
Insomnia will "get" the best of them.
It takes away ono's energy lenvcsono
dull, heavy, Incnpable nf clear thought.
Hut tho euro comes when tho proper
equilibrium Is established.
Physical exercise Is Hit- nhly Rcnu
lno euro for sleeplessness. The use of
muscles must balance tho uso of tho
brnln. It dpn't mnko much dltTercnco
what form of exercise one selects, so
long ns It Is of u nnturo that will keep
the miscles In play. Tennis, golf,
I hnndhall. llRlit Ryinimsliim work, run
I nlng, walking and n score of other
! things will bring about similar results.
I When u chap can Hop hack In his
I bed and sleep like n dead man without
in myriad demons prodding their prongs
Into him, lie has u form of wealth that
ho can check against. It Is there for
i rulny days and pleasant ones. It Is
worth inoro than tho coin of the realm,
because with that" forco the other
things nre mndo possible.
If he walks for exercise, then all tho
way from one to two hours each day
Is none too much. If tho wnlk Is brisk
the' tlmo may be reduced proportion
ately. If one works In a gymnasium,
then thirty minutes Is little enough.
Hut this thne, repented dny nftcr day.
will bring nliout tho right balance of
mind nnd body.
Iluslness men too frequently go to
bed mentally tlrrd and physically ex
hausted Their nerves are Jumping
Their minds nro still chasing the llt
tlo things that persist In popping up.
Hut tho man who always sleeps and
sleeps dreamlessly and soundly Is the
fellow who has given his muscles some
thing to do.
Tho boys who work In tho brickyard
don't hnvo to worry much iibout hear
ing tho clock strike 3 or 4 unless
they aro Just getting in! Hut tho pnlo
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ON THE FLYNN
By JAMES J. CORBETT.
rt .!, . A-
n n n
"HIM" Williams Is the champion
bowler of Honolulu This pioinl title
he nmsfil last night, when. In the
duals of the singles tiiuniaiuent that
has been in progress on the "V" alleys
for some weiks past, he defeated II
P Silnnl.lt l.j til! plus Williams roll
ed it pin total of l'.l:i. an average of
1M! 2-:i for the Ihe games Schmidt
rolled s.17, and was a few pins behind
his opponent In eery game
The tournament Just closed has been
a thoitugh tust or tho plajcrs' Indi
vidual skill In the various rounds
tcen. elRlit, four and two men itial
llicd, so that each man rolled a total
of 2fi games. The winner receives u
handsome cup offertd by the Y. M.
Williams did not hnvo ono nf tho
hardest nun In the city to ro uR.ilnst,
however. J Whine withdrawing after
making a good showing In the early
rounds, on account nf lack 'of playing
time Ho had a good show to win tho
l.at night's stoics.
Williams .. sin l!Hl 19.-, tr.s 170-93.1
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NI3W YOIHC, N Y We must hum!
It to Jack Ctirley, the enterprising,
young man employed In promoting the i
Johnson-Plynn match. Ho Is entitled
to n blue ribbon for Hint stlck-to-lt- I
iveness that refuses to ndinlt ilefeat
no matter hotv rough tho going The
light now looks ilko a suro thing fur
tho Fourth of July nnd I.ns Vegas Is
tho town Hint hinds tho prize (7)
chnmplnnshlp contest of recent years.
In the faco of tho hardest knocks a
proposition of tho sort ever encounter
ed Curley proceeded on the even tenor
of his way and with the aid of a j
friendly Legislature has at last located I
a site for the fracas. Apparently nil
obstructions hnvo been removed and I
Jack has "nothing to do till tomorrow."
to quote tho eminent T. Aloyslus l)or
ff.in, extept to slip tho sum of thirty
and some few odd thousand bones Into I
the masslio pilt of tho champion For
It Is to be presumed that Johnson will
Insist upon the cash In ndvnnce, ns Is
his prtrogntlvo under tho ngreenient.
I have enjoyed Jnek Curley's friend
ship for some time and am ono nf tho
greatest admirers of his Renins for
successful promotion of athletic af
fairs, and am also nn adherent of tho
I'ueblo scrapper, Jim Flynn, In whom
I retognlzo an earnest, willing nnd
powerful. It not clever, exponent of
professional pugilism. Needless to any
It would afTord mo much plensuro to
Insist the pioposed exhibition to tho
full extent that my modest efforts ns
a tontilbutor to buxInR llternturn
would permit, could I seo In the nffalr'
anj jhllig that looked Ilko a good sport
ing proposition. Ah It Ik tho mntch
to ine looks n uneven and unequal
,ns tould J. Jlgurcd with tho nld of a
Johnson and Flynn met onco beforo
nt)d till)) Oldest was only nil exercise
gallop for tho elinmplnn. Tho dlspar
Itj In Hie skill of tho men was plainly
pat' nl Sain Iamgfnrd has twice
Plated the Pueblo man hors do com
bat within iho hist two or thrco years
Al Kuiirinn linn the credit of it "k o "
us well us defeat In two battles with
In answer to all this Curley nssertH
Flviin Is ,i much Improved man und
that tlic champion has greatly dete
riorated during two years of Idleness.
JaikVould not very well sny anything
to Iho contrary In view of tho fact
that ho Is llnanelng tho mntch nnd I
Flyun's manager. Ho will have a hard
time bringing patrons of tho sport to
Ills vvny of thinking. Should Johnson
bo llikcii t, o pictures would provo a
gold mini, but tho other way about
the promoter faces n dellclt of vnsl
pioportlons Hut Cm ley Is u Rood
KHinhli-r and wIIIIiir to tuke tho long
The Chinese ball ttnm leaves Chi
cago for Now Yoik today, commenc
ing the Invasion. of the real Hast. This
If Ihe silu dole Is adhered to.
A letter to l'.it Soon or this city,
from l.uek Yee, gives latest news of
the team Up to May 1 tho barn
stonnirs had had about an even brenk,
winning S, losing 7 nnd tlelng 1 out of
H games played The most exciting
game was a tl-lnnlng nlTalr playfd
against Helolt College, which tile Chi
nese won I to :i, with l.tick Yeo In
the bos rinances are looking up
somewhat, and the travelers hope for
lienor luck nt Ihe gnte from now on.
Following Is tho schedule of tho Chi.
nose team from May 5: May G, Sham
rocks of Cincinnati; 7, Lexington, Ky j
! or 10. Washington, I'n.j 11, Morgan
town, W. Vh.; in, Washington, 1). C.i
H, Ot orgetow n University: IS, 1G, 17,
Haltlmore. .Mil.; IS, l.owjshurg. l'a.J
21. South Orange; 22, Fordham, N. Y.
25, Brooklyn, jj. v.; of,, 07, New Yftik
City; 29, Sv mouse, N. Y; 2R, I'rlnct
ton, N. J., Juno 2, Mciidvllle, Fa.: C,
Jto-hester, N. Y : 2, 7. Hiirfiiln, N. Y :
12, Pittsburg. Fa ; 15, Akron, O.
The National League race seems In
be attracting inoro attention In tho
Fast this year than Is the Hag chase
of the American. This Is not surpris
ing, when It Is remembered that New,
York Is the best ball town III tho Hast,
and that tho (Hants 011 Ma) 8, when
tho iicmntiiRcs reached Honolulu,
were only half n Raine behind Cin
cinnati for the 'lead, while the Yan
kees 'aro absolutely last In tho Han
From the baseball dope published 111
the llistem papers It would seem that
tho work of the various teams In the
National to date has been very tin-
, .net. l ixt.l l.u l wli.tt. t, flint tlin fn.'ltns!
have not yet settled down to their truu
form. Sonio of this has been duo to
tho fact that several of tho best men
on the different teams have been tem
porarily put out of play and until nil
of them KQt hacri Into tho lineup, It wilt
be Impossible to Judge tho relatlvo
merits of tho clubs.
Reds a Surpriie.
Cincinnati has furnished the biggest
surprlso of tho season to date and Is
way nhenil of Its 1011 form. Thlstciihi
has not Inst any of Its best men und
uppears to bo working much nioro
smoothly under Manager O'Day than
It did under firlfllth. New York (sun
other team that has been free from dis
abilities und already uppears ns tho
most serious contender for the cham
pionship. Despite tho absence nf Hrldivell nnd
the poor condition of Jnckson, Boston
has been making u determined stand.
l'erduo seems to bo tho only rellnblo
pitcher on tho stnff, with Hrovvn Im
proving, but unless some Of the other
men round Into form, It will bo hard
for Mimngcr Kilns to keep his men
nrnuiid tho .GOO mark.
Philadelphia has been tho most 1111
fortunato team In either big lenRiie.
Only about thrco of her best men uro
In condition to play, nnd considering
this fnct the tenin bus done well to
keep whero It Is. If tho veternus can
I soon get bnck Into tho Rinno tho nlno
Is sure to ho heard from.
1 Cube Mediocre.
Chicago urn' St. Louis nro not com-
Ing up to expectations. The loss of
I Manager Chance to tho former nppenrs
to bo n serious one nnd few expect to
Local Tars Hope Rumor Incor
rect as Hawaii's Crew Anx
ious to Meet Record Holder
The, yachtsmen pulled long face"
esterday when unolllclnl news from
the Const Indicated Hint thrco ynchls
had been withdrawn nt ono clip from
tho transpacific race. This Informa
tion, If correct, knocks out all clmnces
of n rccord-brenklng entry list, such as
was hoped for some months ngo, when
live owners nnnounced their entry as
certain, and four others were practi
Secretary Vctlesen of the Hawaii
Yacht Chili received no word from the
South Coast Yneht Club In yestcrdav s
mull relative to the race Information
as to tht details of tho start had hreti
rather expectetl, hut nothing came from
San Petlro yachtsmen.
James JacRcr, president of the Hea
laiil Yacht nnd Hnat Club, himself 1111
eilthiislustic yachtsman, was tho man
who brought from the Coast, when lie
returned on tho Wllhelmlnii yesterday,
the latest gossip of tho yachting giime
His news wns that tho Liirllne. Marlon
and Seafarer had been scratched
It Is particularly disappointing to
locnl ntnnteur tnrs If the Lurllne drops
out of It this yenr. The Hawaii's crow
was anxious to meet tho reeord-Jiohhr
In the race. Under the new measure
ment rule the Hawaii will stand 11 bet
ter show than formerly, when tho
handicap was merely half an hour a
foot for waterllne for the shorter boats!
over tho longer crnrt on the wnterllno
length. The rule this year which li.it
been settled on by the rare cotnmll
teo Is the addition of three-quarters of
an hour n foot to the time of tho
larger boats, tlw length being decided
by waterllne measurement plus half
"Hy the new system tho Lurllno
would hnvo to glvo the Iluvvnll somt
thliiR Ilko 19 hours," said "Chun" Wil
der jesterdny. In discussing tho pos
sibility of the former boat's withdraw
al. "Tho boys on the llnwnll don't
think that the Lurllno can do this, nnd
nre anxious to prove It. I certainly
hope that this rumor about scratches
doesn't turn out to be correct. It
would be toiiRh to losu thrco entries
n tt tt
McGRAW INVENTS A
NEW BAT FOR GIANTS
John Mcfiraw has devised a new
bat, which tho (Hants lire using anil to
which they nttrlhuto most of their re
cent success In hitting and Judging
Not only Is tho new-fangled bat
longer than tho ordinary weapon, but
It Is smaller around at the business
end. Tho extra leverage and swing
to bo had from tho unusual length
drives what Is practically a still ball
much farther than the shorter bats
would send It.
Striking with 11 smaller bat also Im
proves the batting eyo of tho men.
. .. .j. .g. . -j. 4. . .; ;. ,
seo tho ex-chnmplons seriously con
tending for the pennant.
Pittsburg uppears to bo coining
along nicely, despite the loss of Don-
lln. This tenm's pitching staff up
pears to bo ono of the most formidable
I In tho league and 11 little more cou-
Islstent batting should bring many 11
j victory to tho club.
1 St. Louis nnd Hrooklyp hnvo been
showing up poorly nf Into nnd do not
look to bo uny better than lust year.
In answer tn 1111 ofTor nf tho city to
pay n reward of a cent for every ten
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school children of C'lovcltuid, O., nro
"swatting" tho fly with vim and vigor
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