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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1011.
The Bulletin's Page of Sport
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SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
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IIIIJIU: IH Pi.KNTY III' MINT Til III! HAD FOIt Till:
HAUCi:, AND WHF.N Till: LAMII IK PltOPIlltl.Y ItOABTF.D
vou can iiavi: Tin: pikci: ih: iuiristiinci: that has
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
PORTUGUESE LOSE BUT STILL
HOLD THEIR LEAD IN OAHU
SENIOR LEAGUE PENNANT RACE
Protest Over Player May Again Change
Shut Out J. A. C. In Hollow Fashion
and One Poor One Sunday.
STANDING OF OAHU LEAGUE.
I. W. I.. I'd.'
1' A r .. fi 4 2 ,C07
w A ' 0 1 3 .WO
Mars n ' ' uOi'
llawalls 0 2 I Mi
Hawalis, 2 P. A. C, 0.
Stars, 6 J. A. C, 0.
Tlio tun hall games phicd nt Ath
letic Park yesterday afternoon In the
Onlni Senior Ichkiio vvero us different
mm ilinlk Is from clirc In tho llrst
of the double-header the Hawalis took
tho Portuguese Intn ramp to the tuno
nf 2 ti n, nflrr n rattling good cxhlhl-.
lion or clover lull pl.ivlng. In the sec-
onil Rumo the Stars beat tho J. A. C
after u somewhat listless performance
ill Utile ll till losers Soclneil uhMilutely
unalilo tii II111I themselves. Tho score.
It ti n, coupled Willi the fart tliat tlio
.1. A. C men piled up eight errors, tplls
the wholo story nf tlio game.
Tlio seniors koi'Iii to thrive on pro
tents nnd mix-ups, niul thern Is 11
chance tliat yesterday's HhwiiII-I'. A.
C game will I'e thrown out of the rec
ords, as ert the two Kami". phicd
tho preceding week. Ilclng Hhort of
hnskstnps, tho Hawalla made 11 idilft In
their lineup, lirliiKliiK Markliam In from
third lo the reeelvliiR end, and pl.iyliiR
"Wild Jim" Knllmapeliu In tlio rlnl.t
Kiirileii It wan over tills plaer that
the protrxt Is made, tho Portuguese.
itiilinliiK that ho In InellKlhlo In play
for the HawallH, haviiiR heen released
noino tliilo hko.
If tho protest Ih allowed at tlio
leaKiie meetliiK to lio held next Thura
1I1O, It will asaln kwIIcIi the xtaudliiRH
In the perci'iitaKO tnlde, whleli Imvo
boon tinkered with eonslderalily nfl.itn
owliiK In rniniPM heliiK played and then
disallowi-il. Kya playern them-
selves are MiKiie ns lo Just where they
Won In tho First.
The Euino wa won nnd lot In tho
first, when I'reltas wbh rappisl linnl
niul often Hlee, tlio first man up.
poked 0110 down tho third liasellno nnd
wiih an easy out, Then Hill Desha lilt
a hnrd liner over second. D. Desha
followed tho Rood example with another
doulile, iieiirlnK his hrotliir. Then
Markham came Ihroimh with it third
tun-tniKKcr, D. IX"1ih eoniliiK homo
with the second and last run of the
Bamc Milntyre llleil to llrst, and Ku
Tlio PortHRiieso seemed likely to llnd
A. Deshn, and In tho fourth ho was
yanked out of tho hox and his place
taken hy I.otn, who pitched swill hall I
for tho remainder nf tho Kame, lie,
had good control, nnd while tho V. A.
t" HlncKct i usually located the sphere,
11 weak pop or 1111 easy lullehl Krnunder
uiih tho host they could do with It.
In tho slx;tli tho PorttiRucso had a
chamu tu M'oru when OrnelUa cot to
seiond on u poor pop from short that
weni nun too laercniTs nun iim.k iiurii
on il llrldor'ri choice. Ilo died there.
Imwevir, when tho next man up hopped
mo rlc.lit llilo tho pitcher's hands
AriiIii In tlio eighth 11 seoro lnoked
likely. I'VeitaH was Mifn on an lullehl
erior mid took tlm second station on n
passed hall Soir.u reached the hag
when tlio second hasemaii stood stilt
trying to make tip his mind whether
In throw tho hall to thhd or llrst. Ilu
decided on the latter play when It was
too Into to catch cither runner. Hush
nell popped 0110 to stcoiul, and 1'roltns
lost his chance to splko thu pan when
hu refused to take a chance of heating
tho thinw-lu of Orucll.is' long lly tu
center. Depnnlo skied to left, nnd tho
1 hunco was gouo.
There's hetter than uu oven thaueo
that lliiu.ill will si ml a tenuis team tc
Manila tn lake part In the hit: tourna
ment to lirs pulled olf ut tlio tlmu id
tho Philippine Carnival next sprlnR.
Already local cracks have woiUed up
cunsldeiahle enthusiasul over the pi 0.1
peil of a Jaunt to the urlent mid a
oval Rood llino over thcie, and sev
iral have half piumlsed to go
The Invitation to send a team to
Manila caino to C. (1 llockua, captain
of the ilcritnulu tll.b, j'.nm W U (lee,
tlio fiiimer IlonolulHii who la now lit
the Phlllpplnis, nnd who has chargo
of the tennis feature of tho carnival.
A tcutntlva Uain wits 111 ranged this
inoriiini! composed of Al Caatlo, "lillly"thu return ti lit.
-One Good Game
Fast Base Running.
The rednemlliR feature of an other-wl-o
tlresomo R.inie hetween tho Stars
and J A. C. w.is tho l.i-cruunlnR of Ifc
Tin tho speedy Chlneso thlrd-saikir,
win. t'Vrred himself with ilimt and
Klory on several nrrnxlnns. In tlio
fourth ho started the fireworks hy Ret
IIiir life on 11 dropped My Ilo stolo
second, nnd on thu next pitched hall
was dlvliiR Into third, safn hy a frac
tion Kau Yen hunted down tho llrst
hasellne, and hy u hliiff at comlnRhoniH
and a ipilck return to third, Tin fooled
tho pllehcr Into holdlnR the hall, nnd
In tho mK-up Kan Yen went to sii'oud.
It was u smooth trick. f
In tho sixth Tin Rot inother rhalicn
In dlsllnRlllsh hill self. Io look Irstou
a tl'-lder's choice, went to second on u
wild peg meant to nnll him, and sIM
Into tho pl.tto when Kau Yen rapped a
fast one over third. Tlio latter would
have scored iiImi If Ah Toon hadn't
tried to stretch a sIiieIo Into n two.
h.iRRrr when to have held his h.iso
would have meant a certain run AriiIii
in tho olRhlh Tin took seiond on a
wild throw from short that went Into
the hleechers, nnd stolo third, although
he would litivc heen caught without
douht if the catcher tiad wliiRed tho
hall In with any doRreo of accuracy.
Tho J A O. playent lacked ginger
unit did Homo fancy hooting, varied hy
hiinehead plays They got a man on
seiond In tho third, nnd In tho ninth
n ilouhlo hy ClillllnRworth, followed hy
an lullehl error, allowed tho latter to
most on third Ho tried to steal home,!
how ever, and was an oisy out. I
n.irney Joy made a great pOR from
deep center In llrst on 11 caiiRlit lly
In the mill, the hall coming In to the
tiag so hot that tho hasem.in was 1111
nl.le to IikiicIJo II, '
Meyer pitched 11 safe game, and had
the opposing hatters looking cheap
most of tho time.
It was evident from the slim nttend
niirn that tho horott Is still In force.
Only 11 hnndful nf fans were In tho
stands nnd hleechers.
Tho figures follow:
All It IIH Kit PO A 1:
Itlce, If I 0 0 0 t 0 0
V. Desha, cf 4 1 2 0 2 0 0
D. DeslKl, ah 4 1 1 1 2 :l 0
Markham, c 4 0 10 3 10
Mulntjre. ll)-rf ....n 0 0 0 10 0
Kualll, ss ,1 0 0 0 1 4 1
Kallmapehu, rf....t 0 0 0 1 0 0
Lola, p 2 0 0 0 1 2 0
llnmaiiku, 21 3 0 0 0 2 0 1
A Desha, p-lli ...,3 0 0 0 7 10
Totals 31 2 4 1 27 11 2
P. A. 0.
Soura, 31 4 0 12 2 2 0
lliishuell, ss 4 0 0 0 4 0 0
Oruellas, rf 4 0 1 0 1 0 0
Dcpnntc, If 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
Kllcr. Ill 4 0 1 0 11 1 0
l.lno, 21 3 U 0 1 1 1
Madeira, cf 2 0 0 0 1 0 0
Siktrcs, c 4 0 0 0 7 2 0
I'reltas, p 2 0 0 0 0 2 0
Pedro 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3J 0 3 3 27 8 1
Halted Tor Maddra In thu ninth.
Kilns 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K 2
ll.i.sc hits 3 0 0 0 (I 1 0 0 04
P. A V.
Itlllis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
ll.tko hits 101 10000 03
(Additional Sports on Pag. 12)
Itolh nnd O. Ilockus ns manager. All
thrco can arrange to make tho trip.
However, tlio Intention Is li( glvo ev
erono In tho Isl.uidJ 11 cli.incu tomnka
tho trip, mid with this Idea In view an
elimination tournament will ho lipid hi
Honolulu, protuhly early In December,
as tho team inii3t sail from hero short
Ij after tho first of tho year All Ha
waiian tennis pkoers who wish to try
for tho temn should communicate with
1. (1 Ilockus as soon as possible,.
Tho plaer can mako tho wiyngn on
one of the trmikports, aciordlng to Mr
Ceo, foi tho nominal faro of ft a day.
They will he entertained while In Ma
nila, nnd will hitvu an opportunity of
spending n couple of days In Japan 011
TWO TEAMS TIE IN
FIRST SERIES OF
Asltais and Palans Will Play
Two In Thrco Games lo
Decide It ,
I'. W. I.. Pet
'As.ihls S 7 ' 1 .87S
Pulamus 8 7 1 .87.
Muhocks 8 3 C .375
C A. U 7 2 r. .25
Anlas 7 1 .142
lly taking tho long rnd of a to .1
score In an unusually fast game against
the Mullocks, tho Palamas yn.tcnl.iy
morning fought their way to 11 tlo nt
the top of the percentage column In
the Onlitl Junior League. The. game
was marred hy somo of the rawest
work ever seen on a local lot, when. In
the lln.il limine. I.. Hook stood llko a
dummy In right field nnd allowed a lly
to get liv him to tho fence without
making 11 inovo lo retrieve It. Tho pl.iy
let In four runs and lost tho gnnio for
tho Muhocks, who should linve won
1 Whether this was hoarhead play of
tho rankest kind, or something worse,
neither pl.iers nor siectatirs , ould de
cide. At any rate, It left a had ta-ln
In the moiilli after eight mid a hair In
nings of clean hall.
I The Pal. Unas and Asahls will play a
series of the best two out of throe
games at riiino early dato In delermlno
tho championship of tho Junior League
for tho llrst half of tho series. Tills
should draw well, as Ihrre Is a deal
of rivalry hetween tho two teams, each
having had practically 11 walk-over
against the other cluhs.
I llrasch was cITeellvo for tho u lulling
team, allowing only live hits undstrik-
liignut three men line K.iug.'wun
topped tho mound for tho losers, was
touched up for eight lilts, one 11 dnuhtc.
It II. K.
Palamas r, s 2
Muhocks "..3 D 5
n n n
GODS OF GLOOM
That heavy black (loud that shuts
out tho sunlight 111 tho neighborhood
of Thomas Kipuiro is nelthir smokotior
storm. It is tllooni, with mi upper-cave
CI, mid It emanates from tho lleretmilu
Tenuis Club. And all because aviation
supulaiiUd tennis last Hattirday.
uu that latal afternoon the llerc
taui.t No. 2 team, composed uf Novvell
and llarucs, pranced out uu thu courts
to tr louclusluus with Cooku and
Cooke, sporting thu culum uf thu l'a-
cllic club. 11 wits the deciding match
of the gnat Inter-club doubles clialii
pionshlp, hi vvhlih .each organization
had lopped two matihcs,
Tho honor of thu ilub was at stake.
Likewise Kissesslon of the "Phantom
Cup." (Kald tu exist, but nut vbjihlo
tu the naked ee.)
It. A. Cooke urudu from a hid of
fever to defend his colors. He looked
palu und ilruwn, mid thu Uerctaukt
I'hulr-wariuers felt really fcorry for him.
It looked too easy.
"1 tuld J oil how It would be," they
suld tu each uthir, warmly shaking
hiilids us their team torn through the
Cooke brothers tu tho tune of li-1 for
tho opening. set Whin Novvell and
llarne.s had ihelr opponents point
match ut 5-:i, lo-su, tlm gallery started
lo ro home. And then It happened.
Messrs. Novvill and llurnes unico
rn lly left thu earth In 11 way that would
have made tlknu Curtlss und lllerlot
mad with envy Tiny kept on Rolng
up, mid uru believed to have iittalnid
tho local tenuis altitude rciurd, al
though this can not bo verllled, as all
the instrumtuts vveru bioUen In tho
Tho second set went to tlio Puclllu
pair 7-5, mid the last one followed It
over tlio m t (1-2.
Hence thu pjiumlds.
It SPORT CALENDAR. 11
It It Managers of baseball ami oth- a
tt er athletic teams would notify the tt
tt II 11 1 lo 1 1 n of tlio dntoa nf pro- tt
tt scd matches so that such In- tt
tt formation could bo plarod In tho tt
tt SKjrt calendar It would he con- tt
tt sldorcil a favor. Address all com- tt
tt miinlcMtloni) to Hurting Editor, tt
tt U u I lo 1 1 n Office. tt
tt Saturday, Oct. It. tt
tt Swimming (irainmnr schuol tl
tt races. t
tt Truck Qramniar Bchool league tt
tt athletic meet. Uutrlca close t
tt October 4. tt
tt Sunday, Oct. 15. tt
tt flolf Manoa cup, llnals, tt
tt Saturday, Oct. 21. tt
tt Golf President's Cup. tt
tt Sunday, Oct. 22. tt
tt Golf President's Cup, tt
FOR GOLF EVENT
Tom Gill Leads In Medal Round
For Manoa Cup J. R. Gait,
Jr., Handicap Winner.
flfwul frulltniT uinllir n,l Ilia, ttniiltlo
Incentive of the ipiallfMng round In (t
scratch event und handicap medal play
Itrooirht not a rcninl i ntrv of thlrtv-
two golfers on thu llaliu Country Club
There were onlv it few Hurries of
rain during tho day, and tho wind.
whllo stiff nt times, was steady rulhir
than gusty. Under these conditions
good for the local course It Is rather
rpmitrkjihln that so niauv of tho cards
were on the high side. Tom (1111. play
ing front scratch, had 11 clear lead of
17 strokes over tho next man, Knink
Artiistromr. In tho Manna Clin iiuatifv-
Intr rniintl. niul emtio w If liiti .1 of win
ding the handicap also. Ilo was thu
only player to reel off consistently good
golf throughout tho day.
Tho handicap event went to J II
(Salt Jr. who received an even stroke
a hole, and who negotiated tho four
rounds In lfil net. Gill was seiond
with Kit. nnd It U Marx, with Hie
gem rolls allowance of :. I for tlio tin
holes, was third with K.T..
I'or the Malio.t Cup 213 proved good
enough to ipiallf) In the first sixteen.
Mutch idnv will commence next Sun
day. Tlitro were a number of pla)irs
who withdraw utter three rounds of
divot digging, slicing, pulling mid all
tho other crimes on tho gulling calen
dar. Follow lug uro tho returns:
Oross. Hip Net.
Tom GUI UU 0 1RI
Frank Armstrong IM 4 177
floorgn Angus 1S 0 IVS
li-.ink llalstend 191 II K7
William Hhnpson 196 20 178
J. II Gall Jr 137 3 1C1
J It Jnnileson l'."7 2fi 171
J FellwUk 193 30 K.9
8. O Wilder 200 2C 171
W.idchouso 201 0 204
Grelg -:"" " -0
V Kleh.iliu 209 30 179
II Hlnchtlr 209 24 185
Judge Muhttuh 210 0 210
J J llelser 211 30 HI
C P Morso 213 30 177
TWO ROUNDS OF THE
MANOA TENNIS CLUB
Fust tennis, with several exciting
deuce Mli nppcurliiR In lh scores,
marked the play In tho Manoa Tennis
Club's tournament, which rtartid Kat-
urdiiv last. Tho courts vvero In excel
lent shape and two rounds of the event
vvero run off without it hitch.
Following uru tho results:
First round Dr. Italdwln heat W
Greonvvell, 9-7, 6-1: F- 11 Kte.ro beat
A. I Andrews. C-l. CI; W. T Schmidt
bent Hay Itletow, li-4. 6-1; I. H. lleudlu
heat 1). O May, 6-1, 0-2.
Hpcond round II. F. lleilrdmore lient
lp. luildwlii. G-4. -3: F. II Steero beat
II. Irwin. C-l. fi-3; U. Mm llainm beat
W T Schmidt. -2. 7-5.
I II. Ileadle idavs Spencer IIovvpii at
4::m n. in today Winner of Ileadle-
llovven gaiiio plays von Daiuni at 4:30
NO REASON FOR DOUBT
A Kbili-uirut of Kutts llackiil Uj
Wo Runrnntpc, ciinipleto relief to nil
sufferers finni cniistlpatloti, or, In
oyiy niKo where wo fall, wo will sup
ply tliu iiiedlcluo free.
Itexall Ordorllea uro it gentle, ef
fective, depenilalile, and safe bowel
legulalnr, strungthener, and tunic
They nltu In reestablish nature's func
tions In n unlet, easy way. They do
not cimimi Inconvenience, grilling, or
nausea They uru so pleasant to tnko
und work so easily that I hey may hn
taken by any into nt any tliun. They
thoroiiglily tone up Ilia whole syBlem
to lieiilthy activity.
Itexall OnlcilleH are iiinsiirpitssahlo
and Ideal tor thu uso of clilldreii, old
folks, unci delicate persons. Wo can
not too highly recommend them to nil
HiiireriTH from any form of constlim-
Hon niul Its iitlmulant evils. Thrco
slos, 10c, uric, and f.Oc. Itemembor,
j uu can obtain Itexall Ilcnieilles in
tills Coinmtiuity only nt our store
Tlio Itexull Utoro. llenson, Kmltli &
Co, Hotel anil Fort Streets,
The supervising principal! who
wero In sesBion Saturday worn taken
for a trip urntimt the city jeBtcrday,
visiting rnrt ituccr mid going turnugli
Diamond Head crater
A number of maps of Island lands
aro In preparation, according to the
chief executive. One, of those, maps
Is of tho Punchbowl tract. These
limps will tend to straighten nut many
complicated tpiostlons on land matter
In tlio Territory,
TWO "TOWNIES" AND
TWO VISITORS LEFT
IN CASTLE CUP EVENT
Ewa Youngsters and Local
Veterans to Play In Senii-
The C.tstle Cup tournament Is now
down to the siinl-tlmtls, mid, lis mat
ters stand, two "tovvnles" mid two JJvvn
plajcrs aro left to light it out for llrst
honors This nflirnonii o'Douda, tho
14-ear-old wonder who halls from tho
sugar dlstrht. will try toncluslons wltli
Deerr. while i:kluml, another IJvvu
outh who has shown good form
throughout tho early rounds, goes up
against 1 M Judd Unless one or tho
older men (an win his maUh today,
tin- llnals for the, trophy will bo fought
between two out-of-town plajcrs, com
paratively unknown until tho present
Today's matches will start promptly
at 3:30 on the (ourts of the llcretmila
dub. and will bo three out nf live sets.
The llrst set of the Judd-GIbb third-
round match was the closest of any yet
plated In tho tournament, going to thn
latter 12-10 after it ding-dong battle
across the net. Tin, effort was too
much for Glhh, however, and Judd, full
of conlldence after pulling his match
Willi Guard out of tho lire, took tho
next two sets 1,-2, fi-2.
Tho Judil-Guaril inalrh lh.it wan
called on in count of darkness Friday
was tho surprise of Halnrdav's play.
With tho llrst srt gouo mid tho second
4-2 ngalnst him when play was re
sumed, Judd look a great brnio nnd
won tho sicnuil 7-f nftir n mighty
struggle Ilo then proceeded to take
the ihsMdlng set and tho match.
Tho Castle Cup finals will bo played
At Iterelanht I'luli Jmlil vs F.klund.
Court No I. .". ro: in low da vs. Deirr.
Court No .'. 1 3d
HpcoihI round (ITnltulsliPil match)
Judd beat Guard, 4 -it. 7-f. fi-4.
Third round -Judd bent Glhh, 10-12.
fi-2. fi-2: Deirr beat Steero, r,., 7-f.j
O'Dovvda beat WalPrhouso, fi .1, 1-fi,
fi-2; llkliind beat Grvonlleld, S-fi, 7-5.
According to Jmksou, the marathon
runner. Maul sportsmen have caught
tho tong-dlstauce fnvir and are clam
oring for somo giMid exhibitions.
A prominent Maul promoter Is now
to lug to sign up Jliumlo Fitzgerald
and Tsukamolo. the Japanese whirl
wind, for it race ovei the 20-niileiotiti',
to be held within the month
lloth men nr looking lor n chance to
meil, nnd In nil piobublllt) thu raeo
will bo arranged
Tho suiervlslng prlulclpjls of Iho
rrhno'H weio handed "ill Hielr In
slriietlons Saturday by Suisirlnlendont
or Public lustriiclloii Willis T. Popu
and also discussed novel nl minor mat
ters In couucclloii with tho srhisils.
Tho conference storied at nine o'clock
and Mulshed up at four in the aller
tinon, Outside tho Instructions tho mailer
or retarded pupils was dealt with and
llieso uro to form tlio subject of n
ioKirt each nioulli. If Iho (caelier Is
not doing his or her work then it ro
port Is to ho made mi them. They
are also tn ho shown Hie report.
Pupils, teachers, tho new reader,
disinterested parents and rural
tchciols also came up for discussion
and tho mutter of liidiutrlal hclionU
was nihil touched on Tho principals
passed a lesohition thinking the leg
islature for thu appiopiiallous that
had been tnoilo for Iho tear,
Those picsent were- 0. W. nnld
wln, Knoliumnnii school: .1. C. Dtvls,
lloyul hthool; IMgar Woml, Normal
School, Mrs. I. V. Carter, Central
Grammar school: Mrs. Fraser, Knlti
htnl school; I. M. Cox, Kallhl school;
II. II. Ilrodlo, Kauai schools; G. S,
Itiiyinoud, Molokal school; H. M.
Wolls, Makawao school; C. II Cope
land, Wnlliiku Bchool; W V. Taylor
Haim tchool; l i;. King, Kona
school, Miss Ta j lor, Kan school. Iii
geiio Hornor, II Ilo. Puna and Ihnn
kii.t bcIioIs; Miss I)oo, llilo seh Is,
and J. V. Marclel llaunkiu i.c't o
Aa guardian of Maud K in-ve.v,
W. C Achl has Mod (barges against
C. l-il Young nnd Annie Matins. It
Is alleged that uvvuy back In Decem
ber 1909 the defendants learned tho
vnluo of thu estate of his ward and
forced her and her husband to exe
cute) a deed signing away tho wholo
of tho Intel csL i.
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