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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IL. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910.
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WASEDA TEAM WILL MAKE
llllll! PLAYERS WORK HARD
ST. L0UI3 WILL NOT TAKE PART IN SERIES SATURDAY GAMES
WILL BE AGAINST PUNAHOU ALL-OAHU TEAM TO PLAY
OPENING GAME WITH VISITORS.
On July 2 tho Wnsedn baseball
team will be on Hawaiian Half and
the day following they will go up
against n team iilckeil from the Onlm
league. It wan at first proocd ti
havo the Chinese Athletics piny tin
Wnsedn nine In tho owning gnnie
but lis 'the visitors would pnilmblj
be defeated owing to their not huvlng
got over tho long sen vojage. It wah
decided to have a team selected from
all four Onhu league, nines play the
If defeated by nn all Onhu lcagu
team tho cab'e Hint convejed thu lu
formation to Japan would not Hcein
so bad to the fans back In tho land
of Nippon. On the other hand. If the
Wnsodss went up against the O.'A
Cs. nnd were beaten, tho neWB.that a
Junior nine of Honolulu- wan too
strong for tho Japanese would bo the
worst. possible news to cable.
The Wnseda nine will bo given 11
chance to get their Bhoro legs before
they are nuked to play 11 strong tenm,
ind tho opening, game ngalnst n nine
picked from the Onhu l.c.tgue will
not ba too hard a task If tho players
iiiggeslcd last night nre to take pirt
In the game.
Tho meeting of the Oahu league
which was held last night nrraugeil
matters for tho Wnsedn nine, anil It
was suggested Hint tho following Oahu
league plnjors should take part In, the
opening game ngalnst the Japanese
visitors! Soared, c: Kenfoha, p; Ak:i
na. lb; Asam. 2h; Wcldmnnn, 3li; ,Kn
lint, us; John I.o. If; Madcrla, 'cf;
The above, nine could tint bn eon
sldored-a-voryiBtroim one, and It the
Waseda plnyers cannot wlo the com
blnatlon out even when slopping
straight off a steamer they will havo
little chnnt-o against thu best (cams
It Is' to bo regretted that tho 81.
Louis team will not take part In thr
scries of games that will bu pln)cd
with tho Wnsidns, At tho meeting
last night It was decided that the Onhu
leaguo tennis bo barred from taking
p'rt In games with tho 8t. louis and
I'unahou nines during tho Wnseda so
rles. Tim St, Luuls team withdrew
.from tho scries us Mxin as this deci
sion was conio to.
The Wnscdu players will play games
on Saturdays with tho I'unahous, and
on Sundays they will go up against
Oahu league, teams. It was hoped
that thoy would also play tho St.
Iouls nine, but as tha latter team
will not bo allowed to play nny of
tho Oahu teagus nines, tho chnnco of
seeing ono of tho best team In Hono
lulu up ngulntt tho Wasedas seems
On Sunday July 3, there will bo two
games at tho Athletic Park; tho first
will bo between the Japanese Athle
tics nnd tho Mnrlncs, and then the
Wasedas will go up against tho Oahu
On Monday, July 4, tho Wasedas
will pUy tho Chinese AUilctlcs, nnd a
great gnmo Is sure to bo seeu. Tho
C. A. Cs. play as a team not as Indivi
duals, and they have somo big hit
ters In their ranks. It wIIbo Interest
ing to seo If tho Wnse'las can do
much ngalnst tho homo team.
The Wasedas have been playing a
IPtflH'WPl'ilU laid, ami they recent
ly defeated tho College of Nobles by
a score of D to 0, The nobles must
hav,o felt very like commonera after
tha' whitewash wns handed out to
them' Tho Wasedas wcro so perked
up oyer tho victory 'that they chal
Qur bar is the best equipped bar in Hono
lulu. Our service is the best. We treat
you the best. And that's why
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort T "The Twd Jacks" h
S P OR T S
lenged the Ameilcaii licet team, nnd
by this time they have prolnhly been
up ngalnst tho sailors, The Wasedas,
accoidlng to Professor Abe, of Hint
Institution of teaming Tell pretty sure
Hint they cou'd take tip mcasuro of
tho fleet pl-iycrs, nnd If they did win
i "in thu .InrMes the Wu cJas must
l n strong combination,
As showing the comparative strength
of tho Wasedas nnd the Kelos, It may
bo mentioned that shortly after tho
Wnscdas had beaten the nobles, tho
Kelu nine did the same trick, but only
by six to nil, whereas the Wasedas did
It nine to nothing.
Henry Walker, tho rlco mill man re
(urned from Japan last week; ho re
liorts having seen the Wasedas In 111:
Hon on Hie diamnpd, and that the
silutnrs plau'd grenl lull. Walker
considers that tho Wnscdas nro the
best lot of ball plnyers In Japan an I
Ilial they will be too good Tor nny
of tin' Junior teams hero. That re
mains to be proved, however, nnd
there nro plenty of Honolulu fans who
think that our lads can hold their own
wllh the pick of Japan,
Omit preparations aro being made
for the H-reptlou of tho Wnseda tenm
nnd tho vlbttors should have a great
i.inu in Honolulu. The Japanese of
la-Mill will turn out in force to greet
tht 111. ami It goes without sajlng that
the Athletic I'ark will he crowded to
Its full csiiaclty during the series.
A shirt has been luado on the oxlen
slon of the bleachers on the ICwa side
or tho Talk and seats for a thousand
or so fans will Ihj erected nlong tho
fence and toward tho lower gate that
opens on to the cratnuls.
Tickets for tho series are being sold
everywhere, and tho suns of Nippon
hnvo made a grcnt demand for Hie
pasteboard. The sight on July 3 should
bu nn Inspiring one, and, tho dense
crowd that will nssemblo at tho Turk
will bo soiiirthlug to think about.
Manager Marcnlllno of thu Oahu
league la busy, nt present on tho do
tails of' the series mill It will bo somo
days till he has' uvcrythlng mupiied
out O. K. Tho amount of work to
bo dono Is astounding, nnd there nro
thousands of little things to bo dono
In connection with (ho coming of tho
Wasedas to Honolulu,
Should tho Wnm-ilas provo to bo ton
strong for the Junior nines then olh
er nrrnngcincnts may bu made after
the series Is'pau, nnd It may bu that
the best of the defunct "Illg" leaguo
teams may have n gu nt the Japanese
M M V
' DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho Moana water polo team chal
Icugcs tho Outrigger or any ohcr
club to a ganio at Wnlklkl, Tho Mo
ana tenm Is as follows; Duke, I'aoa
W. A. Cottrcll, Kenneth Winter, 7..
Oeouvls, Ted Cooper, Henry Stelner
and Jack Watllngton. Alt replies to
this challenges to be sent to Ken
neth Winter or to this office.
The cornerstone of tho Outrigger
Clubhouse wns laid yesterday after
noon, nnd the building when complete
will bo a great acquisition to the club,
There will be a show at tho club on
tho July Fourth and tho Royals have
consented to take pari in 11.
On Sunday, last tho Alcn baseball
J team defeated tbq Walanaes by a score
lot 12 to 11, It was a great gamo nnd
J much Interest wns taken In It from
start to llnlsli.
THAT'S THE THING!
FIFTEEN EVENTS DURINO
BIG DAY'S SPORT
Running, Trotting. Pony, Mule and
Cowboy Races Many Horscj in
Training- at Spreckclj Park for
July Fourth. '
Mnny people nre looking forward to
a trip to M1111I for tho I'outrh, and as
tho Klnnii will be ready to take ex
curslonlsts nway on Saturday night
and deliver them safely at Kahulul on
Sunday morning, thcrex Is no doubt
Hint the otiqtlmo flagship of tho In
ler Island fleet.. will bp crowded with
sirts who wish In seo tho races and
Incidentally make n trip to beautiful
Maul Is considered to bo the most
huspltnhlo place In the group, und
evcryntio who has cnjojtd the coin
pany of the Maul boys kmws wlnl
leal Joy Is. The Valley Islind sports
;uen simply fall iftnt ono another In
their efforts to make the rnsual vlsl
tor f'el at home, and nil the people
who havu nt somo tlmo or another
been on Maul swear by the Isle.
The prrginm of races that has been
arranged U it lino ono, and no ksi
than fifteen events figure on the list
Twenty-three hundred dollars havo
been subscribed as prlin money nnd
the rare Include running, trotting
pprlng, pony iiiutn and cowboy events.
Quito 11 number of horses nre In
training at Kahulul nnd Hpreckels
Purk Is n scene of activity every day
when tiic trainers bring their charges
out for their gallops. Fully a dozen
horses aro In active training and Jerrj
Hiodcrlck, Lemon, Decolo nnd s"vernl
other trainers nro hard nt work get
ting horses Inln condition for the
Coptic Is doing well, mid Jerry llro
dciick swears by his 111 t lo mare; she.
Is a well bred ono nnd is showing
great form over n half mile or so.
The. veteran trainer knows how to tnko
enro of u young ono, nnd he Is tint
ting in his best licks with Coptic.
Louis Warren has a couple of horses
at Sprcckcls I'ark and good old Indigo
who has hi""! rcMi In mmy a gruel
ling tnco 011 Ihn Hllo track, Is once
morn speeding nlong llko n two yci
nld. Indigo Is ono of tho gaurst
horses that over looked through a hrl
die, and nil thoso people who hnvo
veen tho old wnrrlor stay It 'out on
tho Hllo raco course, have on aloha
for Indigo and liopo Hint he will win
a nice nt Knhiilul.
Warning Is another jif Wnrren's
horses that should do well; tho horso
Is a beauty to look at and, only for
tho fact that ho Is supposed to have
a suspicious leg, would not bo 'rue
Ing In these Islands,
flood old Major Collier wjll once
more have n go at Indigo, and the
pair should put up a great struggle
and remind people of their Hllo en
gagements, A dlon another well
known iorso, will ho on deck and tho
Mnul people may havo better luck on
thu homo trnck than they did on the
memorable occasion nn which Pickle
Davis took the bono to Hllo, and
most of us went broko backing tho
animal, " "
The races will start ot.nlue o'clock
J on Monday morning, and tho flne,pro
gram should be all through In tlmo
Jfor the passengers for Honolulu to
reach their boat lu comfort.
TOMMY BURNS IND Bill
m M4Y SHOW HERE
Party Will Arrive on Marawn nnd
Jack Scully Has PracticllyiAr
ranged for Show.
It Is practically assured that Hugh
Mclnlouli nnd Ills fellow bunch of
sHirts will give n show In Honolulu
upon (ho arrival of thu Muriinia. Thu
C. A. boat has now left Suvn, I1JI,
and should nrrlvu here on June 21.
Jack Scully has exchange several ca
bles wllh Mcintosh, and tho Inti'it ono
sent wns to enquire ns to how long
the party of sports would remain In
The Wllhelmlna leaves on Hie next
day for San Francisco, nnd then thorn
Is another boat thu. Manchuria leav
ing on tho Friday following. If the
party will stay over, nnd leave on
tho Inlter boat there will be plenty
of time for n rouplo of shows
Mclnlonh Is said to hnvu tho II Inn
of the Hums Johnson fight In Ills pos
session, nnd ever J one who follows Hut
boxing game Is hoping to see Hie pic
tinea. It Is possible thnt the films
may bo shown Independent of I he box
Ing exhibitions Hint will bo given lij
Hums. Lang and Co.
Jack Scully Iiiih-s to put the show
on, nnd if terms nro sitllsfjclory, next
Tuesday night there shoMhl bu n
chance of seeing the former Vorld's
champion In action. Hill Lang will
bo we I worth seeing iiImi iind he will
probahl) spar, Willi somo locil man,
KIM AQUATIC HAS
FINE DAY'S SPORT
Luau Follows Races nnd Everyone
Enjoys Himself Mnny Close
"Tllo" Kaiiirhamehu Aipiallr ClullTTiTI
a great day 011 Juno II nnd besides
siorls of nit sorts n lluu luau was
given by the club. The first race wns
won by tho Kokahml, captained by
M, II. Punohii Thu distance wns
three nnd a hair miles nnd the time
taken to do tho distance was 32 3 t
Tho Knmchamehn won tho next
race, and the tlmo was 313 4 mluiiles;
Henry Ine.t wns captain of the win
nlng boat. The Diamond Star got Into
plllkln and no tlmo was taken for
The Malk-il Fine won the luftW
paddle raco and Mrs, Alex. Smith wns
J captain of the winning crow. Mrs.
Samuel Klpj got second place with the
Launklla canoe. Tho mens four pad
din ennon race went to the lanaklla,
captained hy Snmiirl Liiahln; and (ho
Malakal Finn wns second; Alex. Smith
Jr., wus captain of the second boat.
Tho six paddle rnre was won by the
Knlel with Alex. Smith ns captain;
the second was the Nlaulanl nnd Sam
uel I.iiiihlnu was skipper.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Hoy Kennv n boxer who can fight
at IBS "unls pnsseil through on llto
trnnsisirt I 'Tin, ho will be returning
before long and will nrrnnga lo slny
over In llnuvlulu nnd box I'nl Cornyn
Kenny has a good record as n light
middleweight and ho and Cornyn
should match up welt.
Six yachts will start In tho transpaci
fic race and thry nrn ns follows: Ha
wall, Sweetheart, Gwendolyn II, SI
wash. Winsome und La Vaglcra. Tho
latter halls from Tacoma and Is en
tered by Captain Clayhorn of tho Ta
coma Yncht Club,
Manco's Monks beat Connor's Coltu
by it score of 12 to 3 lostertlny nt the
Marine Ilitrracks. Only seven Innings
were played but that wos enough to
vhow tllo kind of ball Company II can
put up when opposed to Company A,
AUTOS SMASH, FAULTY DR1VIN0.
Another smnshup between two autos
yesterday Is chnrgeablo to tho fact
that one of tho drivers was on the
wrong side of tho street.
Chauffeur Miller, driving a big Pac
kard car smashed Into a small Mulch
car which was driven by Dr. Lano.
Tho collision occurred nt tho Inter
section of Lunulllo ninl Victoria
Dr. Lane 'wns driving up Victoria
street on the right hand side' when
opposing him on thu same side of tho
street vyas thu big inschlun coining
directly toward him. It appears that
Dr. I.iiiiq lulil his right of way ex
acting Hie machine to bwlug over
to the left bIiIu of the street, which
It Old not do, and to avoid n direct
head on collision Dr, Lano gave v
by steering to tho left sldo r' (Ji
street At tho snmu tlmo tho big car
swung over nnd tho result wno n
Mrs, Lano wno with tho Doctor nt
tho tlmo but. lurtuiiutoly, tin damage
wns done except lo (ho small cir
which was pretty well wrecked, hav
Ing tho wheels knocked off und tho
side smashed in, ,
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Tonight' fi-t- -
The Man on the Box
In Henry McRnc's elaborate nroduc
tion of the funniest funny phv tint
was ever written. '
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
June 13, 14, 15
Watch for our production of
"FAUST" rtnd "THE PIT"
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs"
Of Her Own Compositions, at
St. Andrew's Parish
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 17
, At 8:15
On Sale nt Rcrgstrom Music
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