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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
Bulletin's Pare of Sports iyi l ' ! ' : i A Don't forget about our afternoon lunch. The very .best every day. No charge. v-r-.z- Ofarfate OLYMPIA Bottled J, Beer Battled by the Olympm Brewing Co. xVi - TUM WATER GONSALVES & CO., LTD., Cueen Street Distributors Iron Bed Sale Samples and Damaged Beds about Given Away. See our windows. COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid. Crepe Are the choice of the exclusive man for patterns from $1.50 The Oriental Crepe Goods Co. 61 KING STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE mm High-Class Upholstery and J. H0PP & mo 43 O 4) , 4"v 5 4V 4N av JS S 4 vvieWvvWvvviv LOVEJOY & CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FINE -WINES and LIQUORS o tt i) J o tt 4) 4) 4) O 4 .tt tt Agents for Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FAMILY TRADE 902 Nuuanu Street tt: B'$Q90SSSS3SSSSS3SSSSSSQ0QQ090GGQ0CSE At their Bottllnu, Worki, Seattle, W.lh. Shirts summor wear. Big stock of varied up. I AIIIir6I?V MESSENGER BOY LiUIW&U PARCEL DELIVERY PHONE 1861 Wo know everybody and understand the business. Drapery Work SON., LTD. ;S3GSOSS9Se953QSQQ9EI Cream Rye Whiskey Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey "Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey "Calwa" Wine "Maui" Wine Bartlett Water HEALANIS MAY BE OUT OF SENIOR RACES ON REGATTA DAY OWING TO ACCIDENT Serious ilntitit now cxIMs whether tlm lli'alnlil limit Club's barge crew will bo nhlo lei p.irtlclpito In tho events if Itcgattn D.iv, next September. I.nle.' examination of the now slx-n,ircd lnrgo Kiil.inmnu, which rmnmctl u Jnpinoc nnuipnn Wednesday nftcrnnon, hnM re vrnlcil the fin I thut the fnilt Htructuri' received greater damage tlinn wns bus. Poctcdso great. In fact, tlint It will lip practically Impossible to repair It for. the senior event of the big l.iy. It lin been found that In nddltlnn ' to the bndl xtoe-ln bow, the hargo! Is luiillv uenkeneil inn) vvurped, dome of the lung side strips being twisted out of shape In such manner Hint It I inn onlj be rri.ilreil by replacing thco! with new strips. New phves nre minhtfilrmhlc here, mid to properly repair the barge the services of the bulbler. Alt Hogcr. will be necessary HOW THEY STAND It It n singular feature of the I are I In the bit; baxeball leagues that neither J leiiKiie leader lx at the head of the J list In either Melding or butting III the National League the (limit xtnnd fourth In Holding, being surpass cd by Cincinnati, Pittsburg nnd I'lil- cngo They are second In hatting. 1'lttsburg having tho lend Pittsburg, . Ilrxt In battliiK and xecoml In Holding, , xtnnilx xecond In the percentage table , TI... liti.nt.lA.i 1,1.1..,!.... ...... ,!..- I.. !.. .... i..,....., . i .in tun iiu inn in both batting and Holding In the Aincr kan I .ague, ami fourth In the per centage table The White Sox, who uid.ll recently led the league In games won, are third In both Holding and batting, lluxeball ix n peculiar game! Percentages June IS: Coast League. W. U I'd Vernon .. 11 20 Ml Oakland 40 29 '.BoO l.ox Angeles 3li 31 , .537 S.urninento, .. .......38 37 .431 .Pin Hand J. ,..;.'... ..S3 35 .417 Sail Kriinclco .-..i.",.S8 40 All National League. W. ,..3!i . ..in ...20 ...IS ...29 ...23 ...15 ...lli I,. 'J 20 21 23 24 30 30 31 Pet .801 .505 .553 .511 .455 .431 .353 .320 New York .. , Pittsburg .. j Chicago ., I Cincinnati .. j Philadelphia Ht I.oulx . . illrookljn ' lloston American League. W. 32 Pet. .027 .023 .00 4 .553 .481 1 llnslon .. . , Chicago .. I Washington ' Philadelphia I Di troll .. I Cleveland . New York . 1 .St. Louis . 33 32 211 20 23 17 14 .400 .302 Northwestern League. I. Pi t Vlctorli 2 27 .518 Vancouver 30 28 .517 Spokane 27 27 .5no I lacoina js .500 Seattle 28 29 .4!ll I Portland 27 30 .470 Iliillctln Want , ils will find IL There Is Only One MODEL SANITARY DARDER SHOP Three 1'irht C'laxx Artlstx at sour xervlco. BETHEL AND KING E, O. Sylvester and E. Schroll, Props. 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) O 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) 4) Phone 2708 Iniinitlliilelt following Wednesday's net blent the llenbml dub olllcl.il ca bled lingers, asking that be rush work on the other lien sl-o.ired bnrKC, or dered sonic time ago. Work on that boat Iiiim not jrl begun, mid It Is un likely It eau be llulxhoil unil Hhlppecl down here In time for the September rni ex Hn fur nx known tit present, the. Ileiilaul bins will give the only boat rnclng events on July 1'nurth They nre plnuiilne to turn out four crews who will uc the olil bouts. The nrlg Inal Intention to bue n piogrnm of In -terclub cunt ban been declared off because iniuix of tin oarsmen of tho Myrtle chili have planned to attend the tiorse ran at 1 1 Ho on the I'mirlll The latter have been Invited, however, to enter crewx 111 the Henlaiil clubs' evenlx If the dc-dre 1 2-INNING GAME GOES VERY FAST The plck.il tiainx of O.ihti Senior licnftuo plner wbkh are to tilay on Mnul anil Hawaii July rourtli, got to gether esti rd:n aftirnooii at Athletic Park mid i le a great light of It for twelve Innings The score wax a tie, 3 to .1, lift, i an even dozen fniiiicx mid It wax ibi Ided to call the game riff with bonor eiunlly divided T to real feature of the game wax the quhk time In which the twelve Innings went completed. , I There wax no iore for either tcatr' after the, foui Hi inning, although It j took xeiiMitlonal Melding to cutoff some of the nun who tlueatened the rubber. Altogithcr, It waxtii good game to watch, and. considering the fact that tho admission wax nothing, with 'noth ing mbled fm grandstand, the attend ance wnx 'disappointingly small. Ileevo umpired n, line game for nine Innings, when he wx replaced by Murphy, who gave (iUul, satlxfactlon. The si nre by Innings and llnc-up: Walliiku ...0 00 3 0000006 03 iiiio ....ooiL'oooooo oo 3 Wnlluku Souzii. 3b; Yamasbln cf; lYeltiix, xs; OnielhiH. 2h; Wllllnmi, lb; lnman. c; Notley. rf; Mntxiilchl, It; Tony Jledelrns, p. Mlke'llardle balled for Notley In the twelfth and got n two-baggir, hut no run damago wax done. Illln. ChUllngunrtH. p; .Markham, 3b; A Hesbii, Sb; I-Ynncn, xs; Mcln tjre, rf; lliiekley, c; Orelcr, lb; lluycx, If; Kupa-I) Desha, ef. I'mplrex, Hccve and Murphy; time of game, I hour 2S minutes. Tho Oceanic Steamship Company'H liner Venlnrn, which was tnken from tho Hunter's Point drydock last week nftor being practically reconstructed nnd greatly Improved, hnH been put through Its paces In a run tu the Far nlloues nnd about tho bay. Tho vca set has Hlrcndy been tested nnd found to bo eminently satisfactory. The Venturn Iihh not been In scrvlco for four yenrs, hut will now run nH a (ompanlnu ship with tho Sonoma o( tho Oceanic company's licet to tho an tipodes. Ilcfom Inaugurating Its new schedule, tho Ventura will mnko una trip lo Honolulu, Bailing on .luuo 22 to relic; o tho Sierra, which Is being overhauled. Tho Sonoma will sail .July 22 for Sydney via Honolulu nnd l'ago Pago and will thereafter alter unto tho run wllli tho Ventura. In rellttlng nnd Improving tho liner no details worn overlokcd. In nddl Hon to many luxuries and convcnleuc I provided for tho passengers, atten tion was paid to tho speed nnd safety of tho Ventura. Tho fnst servlco which II will help In maintain will bring tho Antipodes much neater to tho Golden (Into, Uivvrenco I.. O'Brien was sentenc ed at Moxlco City to suffer tho death pennlty for tho murdor a year ngo of l)r Hall r t'lnrk, a dentist, by shoot ing, Tho crlmo was tho icstilt of a uunriel. BR0. BENJAMIN Compound Herbalo Stomach, Liter, Kidney and Bladder Remedy Blood Purlller TBADC MARK ritrlfi(tliy1lttn.tVDfDllA.SourS(l3iTi i-h. lmrkuf APDttt. Heart MutierlnkF.I ia inj vv nj on 3iomat.il. uiutru rcei -,; VimI I li .."'. i .. IL.-T'al in. Pain in Stomach After bitlnr. Skkl .'."."L- . .: :.: a ai-. ... lleaJACnc, lyuimti), woiicvt onsun Hilloumesf. la wrifpe, I Jen put i-evtr.i uinii mi i ever, miuna, nrriKrono.i Fver,Tlre4 1 etHne,JnJki,Haflcich , rn.Kt. CaravcLlnflrlont Prlrht'l Dli I ense.UUller Trouble, rnurel. KIicu- " ..: i. Ij. a ..a, tl i..i. maum,iinpuir iiifjijniaiMi, juuiuh, Mailani-linlla. NrwiMI IlllOrdtrt. SleD Unneti, Remove Wormi, Cuies Con stipatiun. Anaemic i-onjiiioo. h Great Tonic for Women $1.00 per bott!i3loM2.GO,Glor 16.00 I HONOLULU DRUG COT st ss n n si n n u ti u s: it ti :t tt tt st M VETERAN TRAINER 18 tt t! REPLACED BY MALONEY. tt tt tt tt Aflor many yenra of service, cx tt tt tending through many college tt tt generations, "Dad" Moulton, tho tt tt veteran trnlncr of Stanford foot- tt tt ball heroes nml track stars, has tt tt been deponed .from tho high jioaj- tt tt lion ho ban hold for so lone, and tt tt n ymtiiKcr man named In bis tt tt place. Nominally "Old Dad" will tt tt "till bo tho oltlclal trainer when tt tt tho cardinals' ntlilctos gather, for tt tt their first football prnctlcu next tt tt fall, but Moloney, a younger man tt St who will do lliu hard work, has ti tt been named to Hie position ot as- IS SS slstnnt trainer. SS st ts tt SS St tt tt tt tt tt tt SS st tt tt tt ts tt tt SMALL RING TALK w'i l,.H Vi:aAH. N. XI., June :l It uim ileelileil hint nlKlit that the rlnc In which the cliitinplonshln HkM Iic tueen Jolnipon nml I'lynn vhall ho foiiKht here In to ho Hcvcnteen feet Niuure. This cnMc, wlikh enme oer the line uipi iiikiii, is ii juiKziur to luem i rniB loiionerx. ir 11 11 unthentlc nml thero Hetiiis n Booil elinjicc thnt It Ih not It mentis that both JohnMin unil l"l mi llRiire that they will hnvo tho eilKc In a smaller p'lnnre. JohnKon nay llmire that he Ih not phyKlcnlly lit lo run ronml n full-nlzed rhiK, uhlle ll mi may nrKiie that his hext ehiinee I. to mix It ulth the champion lit eloxc iinarters. Thin 1 nhout the only way that uny ouch nsreement louhl be reacheil. Honolulu rhiK fimx tire heKlnnlnR to nit iii mul take notice over tho coni Ink- llKht, ami n unontlon thnt will not he nettled until tho curtain of nlnht has lieen runR down on July 4 lx, will t)ie 111k Hmoke, Jack Johnxon. hnnil hU cinmtonHhJp hcuVywolRht title over to Jluilllyhn via the fnko roiitc? WIo Bimrllnn men, thoio who have rollotveit tli$. flKhtlnii Kame for yeurn nml -nrH, throuKh Rood nnd hard luck, lieforo and nlnco the fremled llHhtlnK llnanco day. naj-, without eqiflvoeiitloli, that If Jim nynn wlni, ho will win either on a foul or by n feigned knock out, or that, If ho wlnx nt nil, Jnhn hoii haH Hold out to the whlto man, unil that ho l simply dnrliiB tho wrath of the llKht funs und follqwlm; out tho Keneral line of conduct he followed liefore he hecamo champion. Other Fellow Muit Liiten. , Onhnr over I'lynnV pant IIkIUIiik rec ord, Judging bin chunces ntrletly on what he hux hIiowii, and not shown, I Hhnre the. opinion of othern, nnd thnt K he luiHii'l ii chance with the black eluiniplon, iinlenn ho In lucky enough to .lp over that so-culled lucky punch, which may happen In any tight, Hut hardly In n light with n foxy lighter of JoluiHon'H reputation. In tho llrst place, I'lynn In too Hinall lu physical make-up I do not menu by UiIh thnt all mnnll men nre no good, but n Kinall man, with limited iIiihs, enn not hope to put thlngH otr when he hooks up with a lighter of Johnson's kind and get away with anything, unless tin: other fellow Iiiih listened to reitKon In tho llrxt id.ice, Johnson never could light n innn who could hit und hurt uhllo he wuh going hway. He Iiiih never met thin kind ot u IlKhtcr. Had he mot Kid McCoy, Jim I'orbctt, ltoli KltZHlminoiiH. l'cter Jacknon, or uny other of tho good old fellow h, the negro would have had n new experi ence. Johnson In n llatfooted. defen hvo lighter, who Ih hIiiuihI Invlnellile against lighters who bring tho light In lilm. Tommy Hums, who lost tho title to JohiiHon. even gone back ns ho Iiiih, Is a belter man today than Jim I'lynn, when It coiiioh to genern! ring. tnetlcH. He lost to Johnson bo cause ho wiih ton Hinnll In Htature, llurus had to Jump on his Ioch In order to reach Johnson with n punch, nnd ho fought Just iik the lllg Smoke wanted him to, Tor Hums had to nl waj'H bring the light to the black man. Jack C'urlcy deserves a great deal o( credit for Htuglng tho light nnd Hpcnd- Ingr ho niueh money In making tho nr rangementH, Fight prninoterH wlthleHs nerve would luivo iiualled under the opposition with whieht he wiih con frnntcd It tho light 'Ih a frnmo-up, whleli nil tho wlso tnlent expectH It to he. one thing can be said of Purley, and thnt Is, that ho broke all fake light reeordH for 1912, and thnt ho Htaged something that no other light promoter In tho country would hue dared attempt. i FIRST INFANTRY BAND. The Kind Infantry Ilunil will play nt the reHldenec of Ocnerul Mncoinli till i veiling, commencing lit 8:30 o'clock. Tho progrum follow h: TwoHlcp Who Arc You With To night? Van AlHtyno Ovi'rture--Reinlranililo nosslnl Waltz -Our Weddlns Hay Tobanl Hong The Itosnry Ncvln Selection -Tho 1'lnk Lady run II Chlleiiu I.meo Mannn.i Mlssud Intel uiez.o Hcmpro Olovlno. . . . Hrooko itriind .Selection Knust (lounod Kulte llnllet Hgyptlen I.ulglnl Descriptive The Hunting Beeno ... I.ucalaasl josiU'ii Ki:iritiNi:i.i.i, Chief Musician. HeiiiestH for Bpeclnl nutnherH to lie Iik hided lu tho baud's programs uro luv lied. TEAMS SHOW CLEVER PLAY Tournament of Private Courts Association Opens on Mo ana Hotel Grounds. TODAY'S MATCHE3. 4l 15 Pratt and Vauplian vi. 8pald ing and Spalding. 4:30 Timberlako and WIHUma vt. Young and Littlejohn. There Is n little luil of tennis spec tnters who have the habit" and who kIiow up regularly for evers tourna ment mutch Yesterday lhe were on hand at Hie Moalia Hotel courts to see the opening play In tho doubles tournaiueut'of the Vrlyate. Murts As soclntlon, nnd their presence on the hi mi I of the pavilion lent color nnd animation to the scene, nnd started tlm event with nil the ccl.it ,ot it truly tour nament. Tho day wns Ideal for1 pttiy, nnd some! of the m.ltchcH brought out real ty good tennis Also, there was some verj sad tennis put up by some of the players, who entered merely for the sport 'of playing and would hate had hen'rt disease had they lasted through tho llrst round. I'rohnbly the best match of the day from the spectators' standpoint wns that In which Littlejohn nnd Young defeated Axelrod nnd Courtenny In three hnrd-fought sets. Young wns off his usual form, nnd the pnlr, con sidered about the most formhlnhlo In the entry, enmo very near going down nnd out nt the start. Axelrod, us pre dicted In these columns on his showing lu the recent Herctnnln singles, only needs a little prnctlsc to bring him back to what has evidently been a Class A game nt one time. In yester day's match he showed tho benellts of tho match he iilayed nt Iicrctnnln mid his game was fully IR steadier. He plays with great ease, and his lob vol leys from tho mid court to catch his opponents running In, wero so success ful that, he liml Young nnd i.lttlcjoHn Jamming on the brakes nnd going Into the reverse hnlf the time. Ho seldom lilts the ball hard, his cross-court fore hand law ford to tho extreme corner being the Mint thnt ho pills most Iinco on. This wns good for nn aco four times out of live. Courtenny showed some brilliant Hashes during the match, und was very useful In the middle set, hut ho was unsteady and put many balls out, especially when his oppo nents discovered his weakness nnd begun sending every return to his feet. I.lttlejohn played a good came, und, ns usual, brought off somo marvelous half volleys, but he Isn't ns Impres sive as u doubles player as In singles; Major Tlinberlnko und Lieutenant Williams pounded out u victory over Sinclair nnd "Tommy" Oruy, after dropping tho llrst set 1-fi The major was very much on, and wns pounding the hulls to good effect. Klrliy Smith and C A Hostrom inndo it good light ugnlnst Irwin und Schcnliel, nnd looked llko winners af ter tnklng tho llrst set. Tho navy pair luivo played very little of Into, nnd de. servo n lot of credit for tho good sportsmanship they allowed In enter ing. Tho plnyern got together nnd decid ed that It would bo more convenient to play tho llnals mid scmllliiuls on Sunday afternoon than on Saturday. There will be two mutches this after noon, nnd no piny tho following day. The results: Major Tlinberlnko and Williams bent Sinclair und Orny, 1-ii. 8-0. C-0. . Young and Littlejohn beat Norman C'oiirtcnuy.nnd C. Axelrod, 0-4, fi-S. C-4 Anderson mid Macnulny beat Cap tain Johnson und L. llcdliiiitpu, 6-4 G-l. Irwlnn and Sehenkel beat Hostrom nnd Smith, 1-C, 6-2, 6-Z. n ti n SEALS BEAT INTER NATIONALS INDOORS There wiih u. good.oxhlbltlon of In door iMHchnll last night on tho Y. M (' A. gmnes hull lloor, which result ed lu a !) to 7 victory for tho Seuls over tho Internationals. Tho gaino was u pitchers' battle throughout, und brought out u really good exhibition of tho board lloor game. TJo line-ups: SenlH Oeorgo Otto, c; Joe Dccolto (captain), p; Joe Dora (manager), lb; Herbert Hyrne, lb; Lewis Ilaptlst, 3b; Walter Thompson, ss; Hose, If; San ford, cf; J Ilaptlst, rf. Internationals 1' V. Decolto, c; Chris Kenny, u: J. .Carvalho, Ih: A, NuncH, L'bj J. IlodtrliiuPN, 3b; J V Decolto, hh; L. Souzu, rf: Tul Loy Ylm, If; Cecil Hcuny, cf. it n a YOUUNG C0BBS AND STARLIGHTS TO PLAY The Young Cohbs und tho Starlights have conio to un agreement over u ball gamp to be played next Sunday afternoon nt Muklkl. Tho Cohbs wero llrst In tho dvld yilth their challenge, whleli was promptly snapped up by thn KtfirilghtH, tho nggrogailon thut formerly played under the naino of Ocean Views, und this morning the deal was closed Theio Is tall; of a league for teams of this class, und It Is pretty certain that somo such orgunlatlnn will I'" formed, with tho Young Cohbs, Star lights, Stars and Central Clrammar Alumni handed ogether. The cap tnliiH of the four teams will hold n meeting soon to d I sen km business. W. Leo captains the Cohbs, Walter Thomp son tho Starlights nnd Mcu Tong the Centrals. I55,$3,3$$.,. ! ! 3 ? 5' t i FAST POLO EXPECTED AT MOANALUA. n ' There should be n slashing game of polo un the Monnaliiu '! Held tomorrow nftcrnoon Thtre '. Is ii lot of rivalry between tho v color teams of tho local club, mid the Illue-Hcd nlTnlr to- ? morrow Is a critical one In thu ' series. ' Piny vvlfl start shortly before t A ! a o'clock, and six T-mlniitu pe- rlods will he played. The Klflli Cavalry players ? will probably send their ponies ' In to Mo.inalua In it couple if weeks, to condition them there 'j; for Jllie chaiupronshlp galnoy, und from now until tho tour- ' '' iiament. the polo hcusuii wilt he : lit Its height. ? i,'$,,es'!''5S'l4,33! INTERNATIONAL - TOMORROW i Tomorrow nftcrnoon a cricket team consisting of Colon hi Is will try con clusions against a combined team from Knglund and America. Iloth tenuis are 4 In splendid form, which should result In ii good afternoon's sport. The most classy players of Honolulu will take the Held on tho Colonials' side, and tho Ilrltlsh-Aiucrlcnn representatives will Imvo to be at their very best to gain a victory This match promises to bo the best seen In Honolulu for somo time, so players nro requested to bo on the ground nt 2:30 o'clock shurp, mi us to nssure un early start. It. An derson will net ns skipper for tin Ilrltlsh-Aincrlean tenia, while Collins will pilot the Colonials. The line-up of tho Colonials will ho j ns follows. The llrltlsh-Anicrlcnii teuni luiH not yet been picked. Colonials Collins (captain). Dr Ilenz, A. Marshall, Mr, Maxwell, i: Melanphy, C. Marshall. Olles, Itath. Dense, Hdmuuds, Hrown. tt tt U FIVE JUNIOR TEAMS FORM A NEW CIRCUIT rive strong Junior teams hnvo de cided to form n ball league nnd play out tho rest of the season, the selied- ulo to open July 14. John Notley ot tho J A. Cs. Is tho uiiuiilinous cholen for president, and It Is reported that ho will accept tho olllcc. A. II. Vhrra1 will bo vlco president. Tho tennis to comprise the new league, the iiiimo of whleli has not yet been decided, nro tho Young Hnwalis, Standards, Ileaii tles, Hagles and Yc Liberties. Tho game between tho Young lln wntls and tho Henutles, which was seheeiluled for next Sunday, has been called off, the latter team not caring to hook up until tho regular leuguu season starts. CAN YOU ASK MORE? Your Jluiiey Ilmk for Hie AsKIur. You rrnmlse Nothing. 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