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fiVENItJo BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H , WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, 1910
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THREE MATCHES FOR
Irwin. New Arrival, to Plav Ather
ton Richards All Experts Enter
-Brewster Into Second Round
This nfternoon, If the rain hold
off, a start will be made on the sin'
Kle tennis championship of the Is
lands. Nineteen plajera have enter-Ijj
ed for the event, and numbered tt
nmone them are some of tha
plajere In the Territory. Still, the
streiiRth of the Rroup docs not np-j
pear to be as strong a. In former
years, and names like Warren, dee,!,,
Koth and Cunha are missing.
Cnstle. I-ow, Athorton nichards'tj
and Nowell would seem to loom up tt
as the ones who stnnd the beat tt
chance of Annexing tho champlon-itl
shin, and It mav be that Nowell or! 8
young nichards will win out. T.,
Lwin n ti.wMma, mow mwa Nauf.
nrlse but nothlne much Is known
of his quality. He I, said to have
a terrinc service, but that alone does
not count for everything.
' Irwin will go up against one of
the best In the crowd this afternoon,
as he has to meet Atherton nichards.
II will l. Mien tit nnrn linw tho inn-
llhlnl stauda In regard to champion-
stilp form, and, If he can take three
sets out of five from the holder of
tho Wall Cup, he must be given a
great chance In the 1910 champion
This afternoon three matches wll
be played on the Herejonln courts,
nnd the first one will start at half-,
past four o'clock. F. E. Steere will
meet II. S. dray, and the former Is
tipped to win. Then on the other
court R. A. Cooke and It. 1). llooth1
will fight It out, ai I It Is antici
pated that Cooke will bo strong
enough to beat hls'oppouent. The
third match, between Irwin and
Illcbards, will attract a lot, of atten
tion, as the former Is an unknown
quantity. However, he will have to
be a very atrong player to' defeat
Richards, and most people pin their
faith on the lad who defeated Castle
and Low with a small handicap.
The following men got byes In
the first round, nndwlll play tomor
row afternoon in the second round:
II. I), aillard and C. II. Olson, John
Wnterhouse nnd A. U. Castle, J, W.
W. W. Urewster and Noel Deerr, I.
R. Dartlett and C. Q. Uockus, W, U.
Slnglehurst and II. S. Clark, A, M.
Nowell and W. W. Low, nnd W. A.
Four matches will be played on
the Ueretanla courts and four on the
Pacific, and some eidtlng play
should bo seen before the afternoon
Is through. The committee in charge
of the Pacific courts will be R. A,
Cooke, F. E. Steere and W. II. Uab
bltt. That tn charge of the Dere
tenia la W. W, Low, W. A. Walt and
R, 11. llooth.
The entries for the men's doubles,
mixed doubles, ladles' doubles and
ladles' singles are still open, and the
lists will not close till the Immedi
ately preceding contest Is finished
Much Interest Js being taken in
the different events, as the cham-l
plonshlps with the exception of the
ladles' singles are very open afri
fairs and not a dead certainty for J
Rather eat,afi?oldi;potaftfoSlifja vood
shed, or a plate of "French fried" at
home? There's a lot in the way
things are served. Our service is the
"It's Xhe aiishih "
Hotel near Fort
II Secretaries ' anil managers
tt athletic clubs are Invited to semi tt
tt lu the dates of any events which tt
tt they may be Rotting up, for In- tt
tt sortlon under the aboe lie.nl. tt
tt Address all communications to tt
tt tho Sporting l.'dUor, 11 n 1 1 u 1 1 u. tt
tt Baseball. tt
tt MIMTAKY I.i:AOUE. tt
tt May 21 Marines s. t'ort Shaf- tt
tt ter; Viirl Huger vs. Hospital tt
tt Corps. tt
W May 22 N. d. II. vs. Cavalry, tt
1'I.ANTATION I.HAOUK. tt
S,T..?27VVI-?.,!:S- Kwa: Wa1, 5
tt ulna vs. Walpahu.
tt Oahu League.
XX ATIILBTIC I'AIIK.
XX May 221'. A. C. n. J. A
tt Mnrli.cn vs. C. A. C,
tt Oahu Juniors.
tt May 22 Mil Hocks vs. Asahls; tt
C. A. C. Jrs. vs. Palamas. tt
8chool League. tt
M May 20 Punahou s. St. Louis; XX
Ka,n vs tiiRns.
Itt Mav 31 Doner Tournament
June 11 Pour Dall Tournament. XX
May 31 Match Play,
June 19 Foursome,
May 21-OinlnB of season.
tt Tennis, tt
!? lla 18 Annual championship. tt
" Je ll-i'rogress.ve .ournn- n- wch of 2G00 M ,.,, man.
a Yachting. UiaRer would Bbou'1 "two-bits."
n June 5 Marfarlane Cup. tt1 An e(Iorl wl" De m"ue b n com-
tt June 20 Governor's Cui Ilace. tt ntlttee to collect funds to finance
tt July S Sua Wren Race,
" Trap Shooting.
tt Mat 2D Weekly Cup.
? Ua "-A" Day Shoot
tt July 4 Inter-Island meet,
tt Transpacific Yacht R'c.
tt July .pBtart-ironTltan-Pedro.
tt World's Championship Fight
XX July 4 James Jeffries vs Jack tt
Xt Johnson. tt
XX Polo. tt
XX August Inter-Island Tournament, tt
MHO JUNIORS SHOT
PLAV 01 SIM
Attractive Schedule Is Arranged and
Four Teams Will Compete for
Next Sunday morning the Oahu
Juniors will start up their series at
the Athletic Park, and at half-past
nine the Asahls and Mu Hocks will
meet. The oponlng game will be
marked by the Mayor pitching the
first ball. J. K Notley will net as
catcher, and J. Woodward will at
tempt to hit a home run.
A trophy for the team that makes
the best batting average has been
donated by Munager Woodward of
the Arctic Boda Vorks. En 8ue
Pang has been selected aa official
umpire for tho league, and the well
known jilayer should fill the bill sat
isfactorily. ' '
The schedule for the series Is as
May 22 Mu Hock A, C. vs. Asahl
A. C; Palama Jr. vs. C. A. C. Jr.
May 29 Mu Hock A. C. vs. Pa
lama Jr.: Asahl A. C. vs. C. A. C. Jr.
June G Asahl A. C. vs. Palamu
Jr.; Mu Hock A. C. vs. C. A. C, Jr.
June 12 Palama Jr. vs. C, A, C,
.Jr.; Mu Hock A. C. vs. Asahl A. C.
June 1$ Asahl A. C. vs. C, A. U
Jr.; Mu Hock A. C. vs. Palama Jr.
I June 20 Mu nock a. C. vs. a. a,
TO BE OPENED TODAY
TO COLLECT FUNDS
Most of Hawaii' Crew It Selected
Wilder to Sail Yacht Race
From San Pedro Enthuiiasm
for Advertising Islands.
Now that the time for the Ha
waii to leave for tho mainland Ij get
ting close, all the lovers of yachting
are getting exalted over the trans
Pacific juctit race, and great efforts
aie being made to get itifllclent
money together to finance the af
fair. A considerable sum of money
la required to lit out and pa) the ex
penses of the amateurs who are go
ing to sail the Hawaii to nnd from
the Coast. There Is still a debt
II existing that was Incurred through
j J the last traua-paclflc race, and at
It least $2500 Is required to make the
it I present race a success. Would that
tt'some of our wealthy planters and
other neonle brlnir forth a Thomas
Upton, who would think about ns
tt the rate, and the following gentle
ttlmeii have been selected for the Job;
tt Harold Dillingham, Col. J. W. Jones,
, George Smithies, 11. D. llowen, W.
II. Hoogs, Charles Crane, John Mar-
calllno, E. R Hendry, 8. M. Vetle-
sen, J. L. McLean, II. Walker, E. R.
Stackable, Robert Scott, Frank 11.
Armstrong, William Mclnerny, Sam
uel Walker, Charles T. Wilder. F.
K. Bteere, Fred Macfarlane, J, R,
Unit, James Ry Morgan and L. Ten
These gentlemen will go after
etenbody, and endeavor to get a de
cent sum of money together. Of
course. If some spirited wealth;' man
suddenly digs up $3000 or so, the
work of the committed will be
lightened a lot, and who knows what
might happen todoy or tomorrow!
The crew of the Hawaii is grad
ually being gotten together, and at
present It Is thought that Tom King,
Lewlg King, W. II. Stroud, Charley
Lewis, Robert Hendry, Harry Dock
and a couple of others will, with
Commodore Wilder, navigate the
jatht to ami from San Pedro.
The South Coast Yacht Club at
San Pedra will treat the Hawaiian
yachtsmen in right royal fashion,
and the amateur sailors should have
the. time of their Uvea.
Everybody will be Invited to take
part In the sharing of the expenses
of fitting out the Hiwall, and ,the
easiest way Is to put dowb one's
name for a decent amount and debit
the. sum to advertising Hawaii.
tt XX XX
There was some good teqnla on
the Y, M C. A, courts yesterday aft
ornoon, and some of the men who
are to play In the champlopshjp
tournament were seen In action,
tt tt XX
The second nine of the 8, Louis
College beat the High School second
11 to 8 jeBterday afternoon,
C. Jr.; Asahl A. C. vs. Palama Jr.
July 3 Mu Hock, A. C. vb Asahl
A. C; Palama Jr. vs. C. A. C, Jr.
July 10 Mu Hock A, C. vs. Pa
lama Jr.; Asahl A, C. vs. C. A. R. Jr,
July 17 Asahl A. C. vs. Paloma
Jr,; Mu Hock A. C, vs. C.-A,i 0, Jr.
"The Two Jacks"
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
A ctrenuoug right Is being made
to prevent the Jeffrleo Johnson box
ing contest from coming off In Oik
land, and It would appear that come
little trouble may eventuate before
certain pal ties are satisfied and the
affair allowed to be brought off.
There were a lot of runners out
an the league ground track jesterday
afternoon, and soma tall sprinting
wag done by some of the men. The
fifteen miles race Is going to be a
beauty, and It Is hard to dope out
who will win It.
The Central Grammar School team
jestcrdny went down In defeat to the,
St, Louis nine, at Anla Park, nnd the
eco re was !) to T, The KnlulnnU
also defeated the Normal TrnlnlliR
School, at the lluja' Field, b a score
of 9 to 3.
The Hawaiian (lull Club shoot for
the weekly cup will come off today
If Die weather and comet permit.
Major I-ohb has a leg In for tho tro
phy, which has to be won three
times by the same man.
The San Fruncisco Dulletln has It
that Danxlg, the handsome first base
man, who was here with Mlquo Fish
er's team, la to marry Miss Jean
Center, whom he met w-hllo In Ha
wnll. On Runilnv next nt llnlftlwn tlipra
will be a handicap stroke competi
tion, and the drawing for tho tour
nament wilt take place at half-past
two o'clock on the day of play.
CHIEF ISIjCnO BE ffit
Tho regular annual dinner of tho
Hawaiian liar Association will bo' held
at tho Young Hotel In this city on tho
night of May 31 nt 7:30 o'clock.
It Is customary at these annual
functions to have as guests any prom
inent members of tho bench or bar
who may ! visiting In tho cltj at
that time and for tho dinner Ihlsi
month Chief Justice Realty of the I
California Supremo Court will be a
As far as Is known at picscnt the
California Jurist will bo the. only Un
iting guest this j car,' but should oth
ers be In tho city at tho tlmo tho
dinner taken placo they will bo in
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