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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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Mysteries of "Inside Tennis"
Will Be Exploited On the
Tort linger turned nnotlii.- trick In
the Moana hotel Invitation tennis
.tournament yestcrdny afternoon,
tcorlng two more wins fioin the Co
I Irnlnl team. The same dnuhlos pairs
ll'lajetl ns on Tuesday, opponents be
ing merited, luwcvcr.
Major Timbcrlnke and I.tetitmnnt
'Viiighim fnccil Johnson mill Schenkcl,
'tit Ilic ('ol)iiliii, while t? i rtlllcry
I combination of l'rutt nn-l Williams
I tr,ok on Irwin and Counucy. Again
,tliu Johnso.i bckenkcl te.u.i tcok the
' o.ily set tli.it fell on the Colonlal't
;slie of tin nc ilnrliiK the afternoon.
) VUHnius, wImi was dlstlnctl,- off -.n
the opening ilny of the tournament
! found his BtuM' yesluid.w, and snt
his drives s ng'ng over the net to tho
corners In .i w.i.v that p." tied many
clean uccs. IPs partner also had hi
a' ui'g )? wlln him, and the way h-i
pin iideil th- li.'lls kept tho Colonial
pi.lr jumping sideways Pratt puts a
lin cf nace on the ba'.l wl'h a stilt
i. : in fnreh.iiiu drive, nlvlnj; ii lot of
overspill ut the ninmoiil of liupnr-t,
will ! speeii'H of Lawf.Kj. When ilio
dric lauds It shoots on the asphalt,
Mini is almost liupnsslblo to return.
The Man ill the SvU
Mnlor iimbcrluke planted himself
solidly ut tho net and valiantly stab
bed at every ball that c.uiiu over, no
fatter what tho height or ungle. llo
ei nnectcd with most of them too, and
won many points by turning tho ball
gently cross court. Tho Major must
have had his iipftonenls hypnotized by
some secret method nil ills own, for
they continued to feed short lobs to
him to kill in any way Ills fancy sug
gested. Cross court shots, whether
dt Ives or chops, with any pnco on
them nt all, would liavo easily passed
him. As It was, most of tho linger
points were won at the net. Vnughnu
was steadier than tho llrst day, and
l,iit some fancy returns from tho back
court. Johnson and Schcnkel worked
hard, and after winning tho second
set they looked to havo a chance, but
In the deciding set they couldn't hold
Tho Donna and Moana teams play
today and tomorrow, tho winneis
meeting tho Fort linger teams In iho
T P. W. (irny play as n team, wiiiu
J. Macuulay and It. Sinclair from Iho
othor Moana team. Tins combination
has tho udwintugo of living under one.
i oof. clvlmr them unlimited opportun
ities' to prartlco tho three- sets or slg
i mils which they are said to hnv9 :nas
tered. Tho Wela Ka llao bunch aro
I great on "Insldo ball." l:ory llttlo
I movement has a meaning all Its -jwn,
l und when Tommy Bw runs lin left
I hand lightly thiough his luilr as llkn-
l ly as not Its n signal Tor his partner
to executo snmo trick pluy. If they
h;ie reason to think that 'heir slg-
rials aro being tipped off they at oucn
cliaiiRo to nnothor set.
For tho Donna I.lttlejohu urn! Young
I form one team, while Parker and
faithful piny together.
The tournament Is quite .i social
event, tho club vcrnniln be t:g well
lllled yesterday with ropresontallvos
of civilian, army and diplomatic to
clcty. Untitling Inspector "Al" Ollllson of
Atlan'lc Clli was convicted of al
tempting to liribo William (Irlgloy,
JiiilRo of elections In tho 11)10 elec
tions. - "
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HAVE PUNISHED THE
LEATHER TO DATE
The first official batting averages for
tho season Issued by (he Oahu Senior
I.oiiguo for players that havo taken
part In two or moro Raines show llnolo
Sumner of tho Slnrs and Meyers, tho
Hawaii's third-Backer, tied at the top
of tho percentage column with .G2.",
both having poled five safe ones out
of eight times at bat. Hampton of tho
.1. A. O.'s Is third with .COO and Harney
Joy, who made thirteen trips to tho
pinto that counted has .538.
The season Is too young and Iho fig
ures too fow to Rivo a real lino on
tho batting strength of the vnrlout In
dividuals, but to date Iho sluggers
hao certnlnlybeen treathiR the slab
stent with contempt. Tliero aro thrco
men In the COO class, ono In Iho r00,
six In tho -100, mid five hitting S00 or
.Toy nnd Hampton have homo runs
to their credit, both being mndo in last
Sunday's game, llaolc Sumner Is tho
lono entry In the three-bnse column,
this lilt having been nune.ed on tils
first trip to tho plate of the season.
Hymnn Raphnel has four stolen bases
to his credit with only flvo times at
bat. Tho run column Is led by Chll
lltiKworth with .".
; All It
Sumner (S) 3 S 3
W. Mcyors (II) 2 S
.a j a
Mnrkhnm (J) 2
A. Desha (II) 2
Orncllas (P) 2
La Mcro II') 2
Ilushnell (I) 2
. .:! la
. .2 S
Kn Sue (II) ..
Franco (J) ... .
Dobsky (S) ...
Iteovo (S) ....
I'rellas P) 2
Soares (P) 2
Dreler (II) 2
Prosser (S) 2
llaynshl (A) 2
Kualll (.I) 2 C
limns (.1) 2 7
Kurisnkl (A) 2 7
Arakl (A) 2 7
Miller (S) 2 7
Hoopll (S) .., 2 7
Walker (.1) 2 7
Klhbcy (S) 2 8
Hritii (.1) 2 S
Hohiimun (S 2 8
Modelros (J) .,,. 2 8
Nodu (A) .. .,"....,2 8
I). Desha (Hi . , 2 S
:t :t. n
Hawaii la 'n strong halt for Coast
baseball teams this ear. Alieady tho
University of Washington team nnd
Patsy O'Konrke'a Sacramento organi
zation, for which Johnny Williams is
performing, havp taken soundings,
nnd now cninc8.word that tho Victoria
Club, now leading tho Northwestern
League, Is nn)loiis to mnko the trip
mis i- an.
I,. A, Wnttelet. president of Iho Vic
torias, writes tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n's sport
ing editor ns follows:
Am Inklifg tho liberty of dropping
jou n fow lines asking for your opin
ion on bringing my basoball club to
tho Islands for a scries of gatnoH at
tho end of our league, season. Our
league closes October lBt. Can you
r.lvo mo any Idea nrf to what tho
chances aro on clearing expenses, or
If there would bo nny chanco of get
ting a guarantee,
You may know
somo club or nssoclntlon which would
bo willing to guarantee us expenses
for a scries of games to bo played
vhoiovcr designated by said associa
tion. 1 urn most likely bring my entlro
club, but in cuso somo of my plnycru
worn unable In niako the trip I could
till In nut of other clubs In tho league
nnd thus practically bring an "all stnr'
club. Would nppreclato It very much
If you would take tho matter up with
the right parties and let mo hear from
you on tho subject, together with full
Awaiting nn early reply, oiid thank
ing you In ndvnnco, I bog to remain,
Ii. A. WATTHLHT,
President Victoria Baseball Club.
A lower tBclmont. Has
the notch which makes
it sit right. 2 for 25c
Card RipM Off.
Willie nitehle, protege of Itenllruns
In the day when the former wns noth
ing but n pork and beaner, with mighty
little of the porlt In the combination
nt that, seems to have his feet firmly
planted on the ladder of succc-n. Ho
Kiivo his reputation n tremendous boost
In his recent four-round bout with
WolRust, ami now has heveral good
chances In the Knst. Nothing has been
heard from "llrnther Iirnjumln" of
late, nnd whether be Is wtb tlltclilo
or not Isn't known here. The lyipers
don't mention his name as a companion
of tho little Frisco scrapper When
limns left Honolulu ho Intended to
Join Itltchle for n while, not In n limn.
iigcrlnl capacity, but ns a counsellor
Hpcaklng of Hltchlo's future plans.
the San Francisco Chronicle says:
If Jimmy CnfTrnth can secure tho
signature of Ad Wolgnftt for n ten
round match with Willie Itltchle for
June 1 the local lightweight will re
main here: otherwise be expects to
leave far New York within a day
two, where Hilly (llhson bus promlwd
him u bout.
The chnnccs nre that Coffrnlh will
offer Itltchle n twenty-round bout for
the latter part of May ugalnst Jack
llrlllon, but Itltchle very frankly ml
mils that he prefers the len-rniind
K.imn so louc us tin re arc bouts In
slRht, since tho money comes ensler
and .1 llchtcr Is taking fewer chances.
Of course, there Is nothing more
dellulte nbout Wolgast than Tom
Jones' promise to Coffroth that Wol
gust would hot here In case Ills back
Is nil right.
"Wnlgiist wns all right when ho
left," said Coffroth, "but nt tho umo
time he was somewhat worried nbout
his buck. That was natural, consider
ing the matches ho has In sight, but
nt the snmo time I don't believe It
will amount to tunih "
Itltchle says that he would welcome
a ten-round go with the clvumplon,
"Them will bo no troublo on tho
score of coining to terms with me," ho
said. "1 would like u longer chanca
ut Wolgast. and will ugrec to any sort
of rcuMinnhlc terms I think that In
ten rounds I .might stop . Wnlgnst, jr
nt least give blm considerably' of n
beating, nnd that opportunity Is what
I inn looking for"
It Is a safe wager that Tom McCarey
Is going to do his utmost to hold Wol
gast bnek from nn thing like n ten-
round bout beforo that Fourth of July
till with Joe Hlvers. McCarey must
have had quite a scare us It was, with
the story of the second round of the
Itltchle-Wolgast battle going to him
over the wins, and ho will not care
for another fright of the same nature.
McCarey will have to spend consider
able money to get ready for bis Inde
pendence Day card, and that Is what ho
will have to have protected.
u :: n
Tommy Cray didn't urrlvc
.Moana courts until play bad
M'sterday. Wonder why?
P. Ilation. who has charge of tho
polo 'stubles at Moannliin, says that
Wnltrr nntlni-hntn'M Union I? Is Mm
llnest typo of polo iony ho ever Saw.
He's seen n good many, too. ,
Tho yuchtsiiiciil nro ' beginning to
look for tho cubic, telling of tho Ilu
Wnll's arrlvnl. fthn hits ltppn nut 17
otliiyM tliln afternoon, und somo of tho
salt water optimists think that sho
can make tho run u'itosh under ID days
with the winds us they are now,
"I played ono of tho most siieeess
ful games 1 over put up," slild 0. O
Iloekus ns he urrlvid nt the. nineteenth
hole ut the Country Club yoiiorduy.
"WJiat did jou muko?" asked a
"O, I didn't count tho score," replied
c Oi "but I finished with tho sumo
ball I sturted with and It hud only ono
smile on It "
A reception In honor of Mr. and Mrs,
K Mnckcnzlci was tendered Inst even
ing by tho Chinese, hoys and girls of
tho Ilerotanln mission. Mr. and Mrs.
Mnckcurio havo given their time dur
ing tho Inst bovou years to work
among tho CIiIiicbo of thlB city. They
sail for tho Coast tho nilddlo of noit
month and tho reception lust night
wns also In tho naturo of a farov.cll.
There wns a most onjoynblo progrnm
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'tickets for tho benoflt concort for
dipt. Ilerger, May 27th, 1012, nro nowj
t.n wile and can bo oxchunBcd for ro-j
served locals ui luo jiawuii i-roiuuiiuii
Commltteo rooms, Young Hotel Illshop
Forty weavers at the Stanley Wool
en Mill at Uxbrldge, Mass., aro on
strlko for an advance of-10 por cent,
SIX-OAR BARGE RACE
WOULDN'T MEAN MUCH
TO ANY COAST CREW
II, Hnwat, secretary jof'ttio Hen
Yacht and IlnalXlluli. doesn't be
lieve that Iho conditions Imposed In
the invitation to a uoast crow to tnKo
part In tho Hawaii rcgattit will deter
northern rowlngmen from coming HnW.liinil Lawn Tennis A?;n
hcro. Tho Hawaiian flowing Assocln- nti.w.4lltlllI1 udVr '.U" ', ,?5b"
tlon recently sent nn Invltntlon to tho;
rnciuc uoasi ssociaiion ui jiniiucui
Oarsmen to semi a crew down In Sep-
tcmber, but the bid express ly stn cd
that tho race wns to bo considered tho
stx-oared barge chnmplonshlp of the
Pacific Const, and that ir the title i was
won hero it wns to remain In heso
waters until won back to tho Coast.
A good many local rowlngmen bellov.
ed that the Coasters would balk on
this championship condition, and so
expressed themselves through tho
Hit I let stn , but Mr. llownt thinks
"It would bo smnll pumpkins to tho
Alamedn or nny other Const crew
. .. .. .. ,.., - ., -.,
wneincr nicy win or vsi .-.iu.i:..
cargo rnco i.eiu, ui.i i.m ..Cu...m
secretary. "Tho reason is that on the
Const almost all heir bargo races are
four-oar events, tho slx-oar barges not
being In general use. If the Alamedas
want to mnko tho trip the terms of the
InWntlon won t hold them back."
GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE.
P. W U Pet
Kiiinehameh.i .. ..r. 5 0 1.000
Kt I.nuls K t 1 .S00
Central (Iraminar ..5 3 -2 .C00
Mill r, 3 2 .000
Puliation 6 2 3 .100
Normal 6 J I ' .200
Iohiul fi , 0 C .000
Kt Louts took u gnine from Puliation
in tho nrnmmnr School League yester
day afternoon, nnd still has u chnncc
tn cntcb the Hying Ixiiins. If the K.ilitts
win from ( Vnli nl liriiiiiinnr IYIdny mid
Kmn loses to Piinnhou, the twot teams
will be tied. It's u small chance,
though, for Kuni figures to win Its
. S'esterday's game by Innings:
Punalmii .. ; o -j o o o o 1 o'o 1
St. Louis '...17000001 3
Tho Hawaiian Hand will give a pub
lic concert tonight nt tho .Moana Ho
tel, commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. Tho
March: Tho (llrl In the Train.... Fall
Overturn: Scmlrnmldo Kosslnl
Chorus: Tnnnhaiiscr ..t Wngner
Selection: Faust ". Gounod
Vocnl: Hawaiian Songs. nr. by Ilorser
Selection: Nnbucco Verdi
Waltz: Thou and Thou Strauss
Finnic: Hverybody'B Doing It Now..
Tho Star-Spangled llanucr.
Thirty cases of Men's
new Summer Styles just
8. S. HAWAIIAN
These aro on the newest
lasts and leathers. Patent
Leathers, Tan Calf and
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Com'e you'll find us'
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UlUlblUHb Ul IVcUIUIIdl.
Somo n(Cr(.8ting modlflcnllons nnd
interpretations of the tennis rules Imv.i
,,,. ,,. Published bv the United
HtlltCH Nlltlonn ljnwll Tcnnls
Tl(, llwnmi Lnwll Tcnnv Ab.
00,lt011i whcIl .,, rmnll). rlrc(C(I
to membership In the national govern
ing body, has Just received n copy of
these rulings, those relating to foot
faults being of special Interest here,
where players nre notoriously careless
In this regard. It Is Just ns much u
servlco fault to step over tho line ns
It Is to slam the bull against the back.
, yct ,nrmcn 1o ot cn fool
, , tmirnallu.ntH ,lcri, ,, U-H
Mfe.,,cl tI)llt n;ly Iornl 1lliyrr ,votlM
fccl , lmKrf0VC1 ,f ,,oublo was
pnl . nli . lm . ,.,. roninli
The new rulings nro ns follows:
The drnw shall be conducted III tho
following manner: Mich competitor's
name shall lie written on a separnto
enrd nr piper, and these shall be placed
In n bowl or lint, drawn out ono by ono
at random, nnd copied on n list In tho
order In which they have been drawn.
Infraction of this rule renders u club
or other orgnnlratlon liable to loss of
Us tournament the following year, ex
cept that In Invitation tournaments
mid competitions between nations,
states, cities, clubs and similar bodies,
where tho competition Is renlly be
tween such bodies nnd not between Iho
players ns Individuals, players may 'bo
placed In such mnnner ns ngreed upon
by the management of the competi
tion; nnd, except Hint In Intercolle
giate and Intcrschnlaxtlc matches tho
draw shall be nrrnnged to previ nt
ine"inbers of the same school or collego
from meeting each other In the first
und second rounds, the draw In other
ways being arranged nbsolulely by
chance, (tied section If, nt tho rules'
for the management of tournaments )
Use of Spikes.
The use of spikes over one-elghtli
of nn Inch In length Is prohibited III
tournaments sanctioned by this nsso
clntlon. (Sec rules for the manage
ment of tournaments, section 23.)
The executlvo committee believes
that there has broil considerable lin-'
proveinent, n the past two years. III
the enforcement of the foot-fault rulo,
but urges further Improvement.
The rule (Ijiw fi) nnd Its nuiclal In
terpretation nre us follows:
The server shall before commencing
to servo stand with both feet nt rest
behind (1. e., further from tho net
thnn) tho bnse-llno and within tho
limits of the Imaginary continuation of
the half-court nnd side-lines, and
thereafter the server shall not run,
walk, hop or Jump before the service
hns been delhered, but the server miiv
rnlso ono foot from (and, If desired,
rcplaco It on) tho ground, provided
tl'nt both feet nre kept behind tho
huso line until the servleo has beep
delivered Official Interpretation of
Uiw S. If n foot be lifted mid replaced,
there must be no change of position
that enn possibly be considered n step.
It Is suggested that It be Impressed
upon linesmen nnd players Hint nny
l.ixness In calling foot-faults Is an In
justice to tho strlker-out nnd that en
forcement should not bo considered ns
working n hardship to the server, as
otherwise ho Is given nn Improper ml
vnntnge. Tournament Circulars.
Tho names of tho referee, tourna
ment commltteo nnd bull tn bo used
should be mentioned In every tourna
Balls for .Use in 1912.
Any ball satisfactory to the execu
tlvo committee of tho U. S, N. U T. A.
niav bo used In tournaments given
under tho auspices of snld association.
The executlvo committee has ap
proved, tho following balls: Acrs,
Ooodrlch, Slar-enger, Bpauldlng, Tay
lor, Victor, Wright & Dltson und Penn.
Tho Wright & Dltson ball has been
chosen by the association ns the ball
to bo used In tho national champion
ships of tho year 1912.
Umpires and Linesmen.
Tho lommlttee feels that tliero has
been nn Improvement In providing um
pires und linesmen, but feils that tliero
Is room for further great lmprnemcnt.
It suggests that It bo brought homo
to tho members of clubs that it Is their
duty to their club to personally assist
In this mutter und to tho players, that,
to a largo extent, tho remedy lies with
Reports of Tournameats.
The scores of every tournament
should bo sent to tho secretary of the
If H N I,. T Ai Immediately upon
tho conclusion of the event, for use
of the ranking committee und as
mutter of record. Secretaries of rluhs
aro rcquestod to glvo tills matter their
Deeds of Gift.
Any club having a clmllengo trophy
In competition which has not been
deeded to Iho association, us reiiuhoil
by section t of the rules for tho man
agement of tournaments, Is requested
to tnlta nitlnn and n blank Is enclosed
for such purposo If needed. Seem
tarlcs of clubs nro requested to glin
this matter their early attention nnd
to send deeds tn the undersigned
HXDCIITIVU COMMITTER, U. S. N
L. T. A
Tly A I. HOSKIKS, SeCrotnry.
Corner Fifth nnd Walnut Street,
..a.... -'ffiitii'iiiiHisiv'irifftii i'i