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TIIK HAWAII W STAR. SATIU1 Jl ? ;2
Come At Finish
With Big Rush
Mike Paton will bo the third man
In the ring 1M3 afternoon. This was de
cided at a conference of principals
and promoter held at nine o'clock this
McCarthy wnnted Dick Sullivan and
Cordell hung out for Mlko I'aton. Pro
moter Ayrca suggested either Joel
Cohen or Eddlo Madison as a com
promise. Cordell remained obdurate,
however, nnd finally the McCarthy
Ites gave lu and I'aton was named
Mike is a. capable referee and well
liked and the choice is a good ono
from whatever angle It is viewed.
All eight boxers who figure on to-
day's card reported to the promoter J
in the best of fettle early this morn-
The order of the running is as fol
lows: 3 p. m. Morlarty vs. Kid Baker,
3:30 p. tn. Trooper Bauersock vs.
Denny Leary, eight rounds.
1:30 p. m. Kltf Cabral vs. 'Yamo
Eata, four rounds.
5 p. m. Johnny McCarthy vs. Jack
Cordell, fifteen rounds.
Last night and this morning rife
odds were even on the Cordell-Mc-Carthy
go but toward noon there was
quite a lot of McCarthy money look
ing for placement.
Eddie Madison will referee the pre
liminaries. POLO SCHEDULE
The date of the inter-island polo
tournament has been fixed and the
first game will be played on July 20.
Kauai will not be represented in the
tournament this year but Maul will
be In the running again after a lapse
of a season.
The championship schedule is as
July 20, Oahu vs. "Maui.
July 24, Maui vs. Fifth Cavalry.
July 27, Oahu vs. Fifth Cavalry.
The Fifth Cavalry team has been
practicing steadily for some lime and
will go into training quarters at Mo-
analua on July G.
Interest in polo is'on the increase
and the coming tournament promises
to be the most successful on record.
Gravis, the American professional
golf champion, failed to qualifj in
the British open championship.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, AT 3 P. M.
15 ROUNDS 15
BAUERSOCK vs. LEARY.
MORIARTY vs. BAKER.
YAMOGATA vs. CABRAL.
Ringside Seats $2.00
Reserved Seats 1.00,
f rt '
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gunst At Co.,
3 p. m.
Baseball For Sunday
HAWAII vs. STARS.
ASAHI vs. P. A. C.
Reserved seats tor center of grand
Hand and wings can be booked at E.
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Department,
(entrance King street) up to one p.
m after one p. m., at M. A. Gunst
& Co., King and Fort,
Prices 50c, 35c ana 25c.
The principals in the main event
vill weigh In at 3p. m. at Dick Sulll
vim's place. Cordell haB a forfeit
posted to make 155 pounds two hours
before the fight but judging from ap
pearance it Is exceedingly doubtful It
ho will be able to fulfil his obligation
In this respect.
Statement of the Men.
Seen last night Johnny McCarthy
I "Now that I am giving away a lot
of wcight, but I figure that I am In
sucu goou- tri,n that I can go the limit
at ns fast a crack as may bo neces
sary j consider that I have a very
g0oa- chance of catching the referee's
CyC; In fact I don't think that I shall
have any trouble with Cordell at all.
I shall be coming when he is going
and just about then the happenings
Cordell had the following to say to
a newspaperman who took a run out
to Walkiki Inn last night to interview
the middleweight on his chances:
"I? I were matched with McCarthy,
the lightweight, the match would be
regarded as a poor one. McCarthy
is a welterweight today, however, and
looks like developing Into a good one
at that. I expect to win, but am not
underestimating my opponent's
chances just the same. I am feeling
good and shall be surprised if I don't
I get home early."
AT THE CREASE
A game of cricket is being played
at Maklki this afternoon between
elevens representing the Honolulu
Cricket Club and the British S. S. In
The teams are as follows:
Indian Monarch Itamsay (captain),
Cnpt. Wood, Moffatt, Dunn, Griffen,
Rowlands, Poison, Boii, Winter, Gib
Honolulu II. Anderson (cnptaln),
Dr. Ilenz, Hath, A. Marshall, Collins,
Usborne, Brown, G. Marshall, Max
well, L. G. Hlackman, It. G. Gray,
Next Saturday there will be a match
between Scotland and the ColonialB.
W 1. Pet
Vernon 45 20 .60S
Los Angeles 42 32 .508
Oakland 42 33 .500
Sacramento 31 41 .131
San Francisco 31 41 .113
Portland 27 39 .409
New York 11
Chicago .. ..28
Philadelphia . . 21
St. 'Louis 24
L ' Pet
heat n 38
nul5( Clevelr-nrt 20
3Cc,New York 1"
St. Louis 15
Tomorrow at the Athletic Park: C.
A. U. vs. Whltci; 10:30 a. m., J. A. C,
vs. Athletics. In tbo Junior league sor
Igh! 1:30 ii. m., Stars vs. llnwaiis;
3:30 p. m., P. A. C. i. AsUik.
last two games may close the
series of tile sonior league.
Wnianac has won both sorlos in the
Plantation League. The Ewn protest
against tboni on the grounds of tho
alleged use of corker bats has beon
H. M. AYRES,
Retiring Sporting Kditor of the
SAN FltANCISCO, June 29. A!.
Palzer defeated Bombardier Wells
handily in their bout last night, the
latter taking the count in the third
Al. Palzer Is Tom O'Rourke's hea
vyweight protege and has won the
right to be considered America's fore
most "white hopo."
Bombardier Wells is the EngHsh
champion heavyweight and last
night's battle was the first that the
Britisher haB fought In the States.
Palzer wi 1 undoubtedly challenge
the winner of the Flynn-Johneon light
at Las Vegas on July 4.
The Johnson-FIynn battle will be
stages at 2 p. m. and F. VV. Smith,
the well-known spoiling writer, will
Danny O'Brien got a twenty
round decision over Danny Cullen.
Jack Dillon defeated K. O. Brown
of Chicapo in twelve rounds.
Tommy Burns is now promoting In
the Calgary district.
Charlie Miller won a four-round de
cision over Al. Kauffmun.
Manuel Vierra won from I.ee John
son. Jim Andrews won from Ike Cohen.
Hube Marquard of the Now York
Giants tied tho world's pitching rec
ord by winning fourteen mnjor league
games in a row.
Wishing Ring, a four-year-old colt,
won a race at Latonla with the odds
of 100 to 1.
The Harvard freshman crew was
defeated by tho Yalo freshman four
by one and a half lengths. In tho
raco between the graduates eights
Harvard won by two lenglha.
Miss .Mary Brown of California won
the championship in American Lawn
tennis by defeating Eleanor Scars in
tho women's national champions! ip
tournament nt Philadelphia.
Jack Lester, who defeate l Bill Lang
lust year, was glvon the decision
over cat uoran or victorii1. in the
eleventh round of a scheduled 20
round fight at Melbourne.
Lex" Richard, former boxing pro
moter, is to become manager of a
big land and cattle company near
Puenos Ayres. He claims to have
turned his back on politics and the
Tho San Francisco "Seals," under
the new leadoiHhip of BUI Heldy, are
beginning to win some games and
hnvo crawled out of tho collar.
Jack Johnson lias finally agreed to
tho uso of a 17-ft. ring In tho fight
hotwoon hlniBolf and Jim I'lynn at
Iis Vogas, Mexico, July 4.
White Wings Are
Yet In Offing
The town is now on the qui vlve for same distance ahead of the Hawaii,
the signal whistle which wll announce The Nnttose was close behind the
that one of the transpacliic racing Haw-all. After all the boats had cross-
yachts is off Dlumond Head. ed the line it was evident that on the
The general consensus of opinion wind mine of the boats could touch
is that the list or the quartet will put the sftfaior. The Senrarer had Ink
In nn appearance some time tomorrow, en down i.l! hor ligl. sail. while the
After crossing the starting line, the otbera, anil parilcif.arly the Hawaii,
course was ono and three-quarters seemed to be l03lng tlm by trylnx
miles along the shore to a stake. From to make their llgnt sails draw. '
this point the boats were free to go At 1.20 the Seafarer was an easy
ns they chose. After crossing the line half-milo ahead of the liUrllne, which
; the schooners all sent up fishermen's
stay-sails but the Limine seemed to
have trouble lu making hers draw.
All the way to the stake all the boats
teemed to be traveling faster then
the Hawaii. At 1:11 the Seafarer
, , , ,
rounded the stake and hauled up on
, . . .
the wind, at that time being about a
quarter of a mile ahead of the Lur
line, which was In turn about the
NEW YORK, June 12. Duko Kaha
nimioku, of Honolulu, Hawaii; .lames
II. ileilly and Nicholas F. Nerleh, o,
the Now York Athletic Club, and Ken
neth Herszagh, of the Chicago Atlilo'.
ic Association, were selected for the
800-metre Olympic relay team follow-
j lug tho trial testB at a meeting of
tile aquatic committe held last night.
Pony McGillvray and Harry Hcb
ncr, of the Illinois Athletic Club, who
had won their spurs by their splen
did consistent performances, were
chosen as substitutes.
Those who were placed on the sup
plemental list wero L. II. Goodwin,
J G. Morris, Ebeu Cross, Jr., Leslie
Rich and Richard H. Frizell.
It was announced that ten swim
mers would compose tho squad. Ka
hananioku will also swim in the 100
metre race, Rellly In tho 100 and
1500 metro contests. Ilebnor In the
back stroke swim, Michael McDer
mott, of tho Chicago Athletic Asso
ciation, In the breast stroke; George
Guldzlck, of the Chicago Athletic As
sociation, and Arthur McAloenan, .It.,
of Now York Athletic Club, lu the
fancy and high diving.
Th0 tests wero hold at Verona
Lake, Verona, N. J., yesterday over n
fiosh and still water course of IP'
jnrdB and return. The committee so
lected thlB trial, as the condition
would groatly rosomble those at
Stockholm. Tho contestants, however
wore much dlsploaBod as they ha
boon practicing In suit water, and the
had widened the distance between
herself and the Hawaii. The little
Nnttose was surprising overybody by
holding the Hawaii. All the boats
had by this time realized the folly of
carrying their light sails, but the shal-'
low draft boats, the Nattoso and the,
, , , , '
Lurllne. were making the mistake of
(.uonuuueu on i'age 7
HIM ON RELAY TEAM
temperature also preented them from
doing their best and many complain
ed" of fatigue.
Twelve men qualified. They were
divided Into four heats, which elimin
ated any possible fouling.
Duko Kahauamokii, of Honolulu,
competed In tbo second heat and was
pitted against Kenneth Herszagh, of
the Chicago Athletic Association, and
Leslie Rich, of the llrookline Swim
ming Club of Boston. The Hawaiian
coveied tho distance In 2 minutes f0
seconds, tho fastest that was accom
plished Herszagh trailed the dark-skinned
swimmer by live yards and was clock
ed six seconds Inter, tho second best
time of the afternoon. Rich also
swam a good raco. Disqualification
faced the swimmers who were detect- heen in a game beforo tho final wills
ed pushing themselves off, nnd this tie has sounded.
ruie maue them cautious. 'Ii.0 Duke,
Herszagh and Rich made a false start,
and In fear or committing this or-
fence held their marks for two hoc-
end after tho pistol had been fired.
Kahannmoku started first and gain-
d H slight lead. His easy dudgeon
troke. but powerful leg motion drove
him rapidly through the water. H
veered slightly off the course at fifty
jards, but ho soon recovered hf-t
lane. At the end of the first lap no
led-by two yards over Herszagh In 1
mlnulo 10 3.5 seconds. Tho Cliii-an
Mvlminer finished strong. Kalnly
blightly on the Hawaiian. Rich pressed
Ilerssngh down tho final stretch, bat
wotikniiiiil nn.. ..nv.iu r.,.i iu e,.:it
Records of London Olympiad In IflOS.j
One hundred meters Walker (South
Africa), 10 4-5 seconds.
Two hundred meters Kerr (Can-
' ada), 22 2-5 second.
Four hundred meters Halswellc
' (England), 50 seconds.
ICIght hundred' meters Sheppard
(American), I minute 52 1-5 seconds.
One thousand live hundred nietori
beppurd (American I, I minutro 3 2-5
One hum! red rnd ten meters, hurdles
- S'til'lison i 1 inrrii nn l. j
I One bundled and ten meters, hurdles
Smlthsou (American), 15 seconds.
Running high jump Porter (Amer
ican), C feet 3 inchew.
Standing high jumi Kwry (Amer
ican), 5 feet 2 inches.
Running broad jump Irons (Arner-
, ... ....'
ieei u i- incnes.
a,wii,, , , ,
Standing brond jump Kwry (Amer-
n, J0 f t jj j ., inches
Pole Vault Gilbert and Cook (Amer-
leans), 12 feet 2 inches.
Shot put Rose (American), 46 feet
7 1-2 Inches.
Discus Sheridan (American), 134
feet 2 Inches.
Throwing sixteen-pound hammer
170 feet 4 1-1
Marathon race Hayes (American),
2 hours, 55 minutes, 18 seconds.
Tug of war England:
Team race (threo milesEngland),
14 minutes 39 3-5 seconds.
Throwing javelin (free style) lem
ming (Sweden), 178 fect'7 1-2 inches.
Throwing javelin (held in middle)
lemming (Sweden), 179 feet 10 1-2
Ten-mile walk Iarner (England), 1
hour, 15 minutes, 57 2-5 seconu's.
Relay race (1600 metors), America,
3 minutes 27 1-5 .seconds.
It looks like a good card today.
Yamogato will be banzaled by hun
dreds of his countrymen this after
.Kid Baker would be better for two
weeks more work.
Morlarty challenges any 125-pound
boy in tho Territory.
Denny Leary, old-timer as lie is, Is som() 0f the boys are playing hand
stepping about the ring as sprightly hall but the majority are giving their
as a two-year-old. attention to highballs.
McCarthy has Kid Miller and Kddlo
Madison In view ns prospective op
ponents. Jack Cordell may make a trip to
Australia In tho near future though
he would like another match In Ho
nolulu before going south.
Nigel Jackson declares that ho Is
ono best bet for tho MoanaluaAVai
klkl race next Thursday. Go tq It
old boss, and more power to your
spidery nether limbs.
The open season for yacht arrival
rumors has commenced.
Watch the chic yachting c.lps bios
som out during the noxt day or so.
Tho Hllo Scots are reputed to be
a warm bunch nnd tho McKinleyiteH
will sure be aware tnai mey navo
Tho Hllo and Kabulul merry-go-
rounds will open up noxt Thursday,
Tho30 who cnlm to know flay tjmt
iinnni,.!,, wm hnvn n bnir.mllo truck
tI n" L yo,r
l) th" U,n "ll
Homer Smith Is tho prime mover
In the local Fourth ot July racing
card. Help him along when he eomea
roll,lu ,ur u " niuin'ii.
UoxIiiK at Sohofiold Barracks Is on-
Joying a boom.
1 Tho Hen In 11 1 stnokor (onlicbt will
Best performences of Americans (his
One hundred meters Ira Courtney,
Id 4-5 seconds.
Two hundred meters Ira Courtney,
21 4-5 teiond,-).
Four hundred meters Reidpatb,
19 4-5 seconds.
Right hundred meters Edmundson,
One thousand five hunored meters
Kint, 3:5(i 4-0 (World's re?ordi.
Five tb.-nisand tntMer.i Soot., 15:06
2' (world', record t.
Ten thousand meters Hamer, 32:12
Hurdle race (110 meters) Ke'.ly,
Running high jump George Horine,
0 feet 7 Inches.
Standing high jump P. Adams, 5
feet 2 Inches.
Running broad Jump Gutterson, 24.
feet 5-8 of an Inch.
Standing broad jump P. Adums, It
Hop, step and jump Not decio'ed so
Pole vault Gardner, 13 feet 1 inch.
Throwing the discus, best hand
Duncan, 15C feet 1 3-8 inches.
Throwing the javelin, right and left
hands combined Brundo Brodd, 268
feet 1 inch.
Putting the weight, best hand nose,
Putting the weight, right and left
hands Rose, 91 feet 2 1-2 Inches.
Marathon' race, about twenty-tlve.
mlltw Ryan, 2 hours 21 minutes 18 1-5
Cross-country race Kramer, 3C:45,
made last winter.
I Relay race, 400 meters None holfi
Team race, 3000 meters New York
Athletic Club holds world's record
for one mile of 3:11 4-5.
be the renl thing and then some.
The chief handicap that senior
league baseball is suffering from ia
lack of competent umpires.
Barney Joy Is whaling the pill In
big leaguo style this season and.
there's no blooming error about that.
j Why Isn't there a basebal team In
: Honolulu called the Hoosevelts. Such
a team ought certainly to be thero
with the big stick.
LOS ANGELES, June 16. With a
surprising burst or siced, which
placed her far In the lead at the very
outset, the sehoonor Seafarer, Captain
Norrls of San Francisco, crossed tho
starting lino in tho annual transpa
cific Vilcht. rum frnm Snu Pnitrn tn
nonoIulu jU t o.clock ..
Following the Seafarer was the Ha
waii, of Honolulu, Captnln Stroud;
tho Lurllne, San Pedro, Captain Har
ris, and the Mattose, of Victoria, B.
C, Captain Ashe, In the order named.
The start of the fourth annual raco
to Honolulu oould scarcely huve been
under more fnvorable conditions. Tho
sea was comparatively smooth, a fair
, breeze was blowing and un Immonso
"gallery" of private and public craft
...... ollt to , rnnnra aixn
Not changing the course after sho
Cl'OHSml IllO Ktnrlllir- Una lin Confn..
nr fitor., r-A ,
. .i ..... . '
he other entrants taking tho lead ot
San. ',, r"nol8 tn,. "
line and the four were out of slcht
within an hour.
WHh falr ,voath(Jr (l wns oxpectod
tho Wer of tho race would rch
Honolulu within fourteen days,
Yoll ,Vou.t wet to ovorlook Ul0 oa.
m ,.,mokor tonight.
I ArfrilHnnnt Onn.i. t-