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RVUNINrj nUl.LiniN, II0N0MJ1.U, T. II., WKDNi:8I)AY, MAK a,'., 1908
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All Clubs Confident
Of Winning That
1 ho Itlvcrsldo League Seniors nro
getting Into shape to open tliclr kc.i
tcn some tlmo In Mnj nml tlio way
tho illltcrcnt clubs nro hustling for
'heir plnjcis Is nothing slow. Tlio
Chinese A C 's havo signed nil their
;!n)ors, nml with the ohl war-liono
John l.o In the liox nml Chi Ilul 1)0
hlnit tho bat, the nro mulling tho
tamo old confident smile In tho same
old way. The Intend this enr to
ipend $17fi for new uniforms, nnd
It Is rumored Hint the will have tho
Mvcllcst of the whole lot.
The Japancso A C aro tc.irlng
things up nt tho present time, nml
'lie line-up the luvo sliould, they
I., cirrj orf the ihnmplmislilp cup
thh jt'-'r The l.ipincso A C. will
have two full-hlooded Japancso In
the trim, the list being Iluwnllnns.
1'inlcr the management of K. Ynsu
tiinrt the other rlulis will havo to piny
List lull before thc tnn down the
Nippon nine 'I lie f.unlllnr fnce of
Inck I'liircs, the famous twlrlci for
the InptncjD lust jor, nnd Homy
Kalpn behind the bat, will he seen
nt the old stnnd
Tho P.ilimi A C whlih rnrrlrtl
off tin; (tumplotiMilp 1 it.1 voir, will
I'o n stiougci (omhln itlou this1 jcitr
owing to tho uddltlon to llr, runl.s
nl the famous first baseman of tlio
Ithcrsldes Manuel (1 Corrci. Ho
Is n plijcr of no menu alilllt nml
his work with tho stick Is Imptov
Tho Chlncso Aloha Club will hnvo
a stronger line-up this jcar, nml, ac
cording to Aknnii, tlio malinger ,pf
the rliih, it will ork hard to ly,ip
no gurnet In el t lie r scries With such
talent us Ah fill, Mhcrt Aknnn, Vcr,
nln Auu, Josluh Kuiinl, Knln nnd
llrlto, nil the other clubs' will have to
hustle heroic they can whip tlio
The Knnln A. C under the man
agement of D II Kclckollo will have
it stiougci llno-up than tlib had lust
;car Iho K.iala omelal list Is not
ot fllleil, but according to Ilcrnnid
tho plnvcrs who hnvo already signed
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EDITED BY CHARLES 0. ALBRIOHT.
nt a siifllclcnt to stand out tho wholo
scries If need be With tho line-up
llernnrd liar, he Is confident that tho
Kanlns" will put up n good game with
any other team in the league, us
thcio will be seen among the plajcis
weiring tlio white, nnd bluo no lefcs
llinn llvo left-Iinndcrs, nnd every oho
of them a wicked butter, nt that.
With left-handers bucIi ns Chns. Ma
knnui nnd Henry van Meson of Kn
Knako fame, Kuuklnl Smith, tho best
IcTl-hnnd butter of the Island of
Maul; Nlrholns lloopll, another sure
batter, nnd Ordelnstcln of tho Kn
mchumchn School, tlio Knnlns havo
u team worth while.
Tho Knnlas will hnvo n now man
behind tlio bat nnd ho halls from the
Knlny City of llllo, Hawaii, nnd with
the Mipport of llutlcr, another good
man behind tho hat, now playing
with tho Pearl llnndles, tho Knnlns
do not think they will lose tho cup
this j car.
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In the gicit polo tourminii nt
which lins been going on nt Coru
nnilu, Callfornh, for tho past few
weeks, there wcro several cnthusl
t.sts of the gamo from Honolulu who
not only were spcetators but also
i oiuo who entered Into tho play.
Walter Dillingham took n rtieiit In-
tercntlu nil nutters pcitntnlng to
tho sport while ho wns nt tlio Coast,
witnessing us miinj of the games ns
iKhslhlo ami enleilng In not u fev
P -ictlso (nutcils , IJ Homing Is nn
other plajcr, hailing from Maul, who-
ma nn god to get u lew notes on tlio
polo game w'hllo ho wns away fionr
the sunn) Islands n short time ago.
'I ho sporting writers of the San
I'liinclscn papers lime devoted ' a
gicat dcnl of spneo to tho tourna
ments held In Coinnadn, nnd In 'the
Chronlclo o( the 10th tho names of
Uufus Spnldlng Mnl Charles llortnn
of ItoipiUilu nre mentioned. Thoy
wre,on tho Ims An'gAtes second train
nnd we(ru matched 'to play ngnlnst
the Santn.Itarbarn first cam. Tho
IJurrUps, of tho teams fnlfow-:'1
S.iutn,,tf(irbnrn'u-I)r. 13 JIloosekc,
P. J Cai(an, Charles llaland and
Lmest Wtckondon. ,
I .os Angeles sccdnd team Uufus
Kpaldlng of Honolulu, Charles llor-
lon of Honolului Dr. J. A. Kdinunds
and Heglnald. Welaa.
-CTIHK MACIIlIld - :--J: nV &0"iG
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At War Now, But
Officers May Meet,
Wnr has ngnln been doclnrcd be
tween the Chlncso Athletic Club nnd
tho Chliaso Aloha Club, tho two
rival Chlncso tennis which hnvo been
plrytng baseball In tho lllvcrstdp
llascball I.r.iRUO for tho pnst two
j ears. Prom Indications, nt this
time, these' two teams will hao n
warm tlmo nt tho Aala diamond when
tho 1908 season opens.
Tho first excitement wns started
when the official llsis of tho Klvcr
hide League wcro issued last week,
and" tho clubs wcro signing up tylny
cih. It was claimed that tho Chi
nese A C. was planning to sign sev
eral of the star plaers of tho Alohas,
v.litth, If the) had succeeded, would
hitvo meant tho disbanding of tho
Chlncso Alohas. Among tho pin) era
who nio said to hao been approach
ed nro J. Ho Yup, ono of, tho best
Cnlnesa pitchers that over liln)cd
bnfcbnll In IHwall: l.nl Poy, nnoth
r southpaw twlrlet of Chinese blood,
unci V. A)iui, tho crack lltllo ball
p'.ocr who has hold tho position of
hoitslop for tho Alohns for two sca
ui:id, unci has earned such it reputa
tion In tho Riverside, League, that It
h in ruuscil the blg-lcngucrs to tako
l otlcc Tho schenio failed, hnwover,
us tin ce of tho plajcnjuro again with
the Chlncso Alo'ias nnd now the liit
tui club -bus declared war ngnlnst
,"'l don't, see wh) theso two Chl-
iccc tennis should nut como togcth
er, it would no doubt strengthen the
Chlncso tenni greatly nnd better ball
would bo plu)cd," said a prominent
.f'lilneso baseball Tan this morning.
"This fighting will be of no benellt
and will only hurt the Chlncso " Ho
further stntcd Hint thero aro good
rlinnccR (o hno peace among theso
two clubs pnnldcd tho officers of tho
trams will get together. An attempt
nil) 'bo lundo to form tho two clubs
t: ' ::
HvniiH, tho )nung first biienmn bo
nig tried out by tho (limits, Is to lm
farmed' Out to tho Iluffalo club.
Wee Australian And
Local Lad Will
"Peanuts," tho llttlo local swim
mer, who is well known here, was
not satisfied with tho outcome of tho
rn'o ho had with Uio Lilliputian,
Prank Cherry, last Sunday morning,
ami ho has Issued a challenge for n
leturn match, ivhlch 'jinn been nc-
tcplcd. Tho two wee wntcr-dogs will
tenr through tho wator for tho sec
ond tlmo In nn endeavor to demon
strate superiority tomorrow nftor
noon. This wns so nrnuigcd yestor
Tho Brst rnco between theso
joungstcrs was pulled oil rather In
formally, ns tho two chanced to
meet In tho wntcr nt tho Hotel
Hatha Sunday morning. Noting the,
prowess of each, tho spectators ar
inngcd tho race. It wub ii 2C-ynril
swim nnd Is said to hnvo been ilono
In tho tlmo of thlrtcon seconds. Dut
when tho tiny nctor nuncd out a win
ner, "Peanuts" straightway set up
ii howl, ns, by tho way, "Peanuts" Is
prone to do. Ho said that ho wan
not beaten falrl). Iho bo)-artor
was not n.prso to another match,
nnd tho date wns sot for Thursday
There will be nn opportunity for
the devoted! of nwliiunlng in Hono
lulu to get nn Idea of different
ityles of shooting through tho water
when these tvo llttlo fcllows meet.
"Peanuts" uses tho double mcrhnml
ftiokr, which is usually piotty ef
fective, while tho chap' who nhlnri,
boroio tho footlights Is nn expert it
tho Australian "crawl" stroke, which
has not coma Into general imp In this
part of the world. Thero Is no doubt
but "Peanuts" Is n past master, In
tho water, but tho Australian Is, also
nn oxpert. This, tho1 second rare,
will bo for blood, nml tho little fel
lows will undoubtedly do their best
Prnnk Cherry '" trnlnlng nt tho
Hotel llaths every afternoon now.
Yachts Were '
Two jnclitH nnd n gootl-ulzcd
Inuncli wcro nrovented from comtnR
out of I'carl llarlior Inst Sundny by
tlio heavy southerly swoll which roll
ed In through tho thunnol. Tlio
Spruj, tho Knmohnmchn, nnd tlio'
lluwnll,nll went down to the harbor,
Saturday afternoon for n cruise, and
tho Kanichntncha was tho only boat
that was ablo tobrcast tho rough
sin In tho ihnnncl and como bnik
when she expected to. Mrs. Allen's
launch wns also held back by thq
toughness of tliouea. Tho jnchl
knmehnmcha tookn long chancc.ilt
Is said, In running out of tho shtl5
tcrcd harbor Into tho storm and
high seas that were outside, and tho
pallors In tho other boats felt that
discretion was tho better part of val
or K "
Annapolis, Mil, March II. The
Nay Athletic Association hail award"
ul n gold medal to Midshipman Hap
old A. Wnddlngton of vnioomlngtoii,
111 , class of '09, for being tho bcBl'ali
round athleto at tho Naval Acndemj
this ear. I
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Personnel Of Rowing
Crew Is Practically
Stanford Unlcrslty, March 11
Now that the controversy oor thu
date of tho big Intercollcglnto regatta
between tho varsity nnd fresh in. u
eights of Stanford nnd n1irirnla has
been settled tho work of tho conclici
and men hero hns proceeded nnd tho
big fellows nro rapidly rounding Inl'i
In the varsity squad tho competition
has narrowed tho number down to u
wleldy crowd. The eight men who
will bo chosen to row In the final raro
can be picked with perhaps two or
thrco exceptions, whllo tho first sub
rtltutes stand out ns prominently. In
tho freshmen boat tho competition Is
Ltill very keen, and ery llltlo can bo
bald of the chances of tho first jear
lads toward winning their coetid
During tho pnst week tho inon who
hno occupied thwarts in tho big bu.it
were: Captain h It. (lay, Btroko; r.
A. Robinson, '097 No. 7; II. H. Patrick,
10, No. fl: C. II Wondrles, '08. No r.;
A. N. Colo, '08. No l,C. II Vose. MO,
No. .1; Homer Hatch, 09, No. 2, It. II.
Kenolils, '10, how.
This lineup, together lti I V.
Tumor, '08, an loxsnalu, Is uM'ottcd
to bo substantially that which will row
ngnlnst tho bluo and gold huskies on
Hlchanlson's bay, April 2f.
(lay ns slinkc and captain of Iho
crow In HspliliiK good fn m In Ihls
ti)ing position Cay rowcil In thu
middle of Iho boat lant r;ir, but Inn
luui shlfled icii'ntly to t.ilio tlio pl.iru
of Couiuit, .ho did nut lvlurn to (ol
lego this jrnr It is probnbU'. linn
ocr, that II 11 Iatrlc' mi) bo put
In this position He has been tilel
"miutiiI times by Co ich" Turn' r im.l
has developed oxul'i'iit hkiiIIi fiom
tho big fellows.
Tho ficstinicu crew Is working Vird,
nnd acoordlnn to Conch Tiirnci tho
1911 clasa of Stnnford will bo repio
wonted by n goodly array of liuiikles,
who should h.io a cluinrut victory,
xlmllnr to (hit of last c.ir, Jo boast
Tho work of tho oarMiien du-Ing'thu
last week has been divided lictwcou
turns on I.ako I.ugiiullaH and tho long
distance pulls on .the slough nmktny
AiUcrs lift Hedwood City. Turner his
hrd tho men out for soino long til"i
nt Hidwoiid, nnd tho ih-mi am b-giu
nlng to show tho offict of the iticuii'
ous work. i
Upon tho basebill diamond llici o
his been lltllo changj In tho situation,
nnd practically tho sumo men aio
holding down tho tncka ami fluid posl
tlonB. Ilcll Is nt first base, Scott at
Iktcond, IVnton on third and Sampson
ai snoriBiop vviiuor anil nn no ,no
running n comparatlvelj ovon r.ico fur
tho position In tho bo, while Gaining.
Mitchell and Ilutlldgo nro In tho Hi Id
for tho backstop Job In (ho girdons
aro such vets nn Wirt, Owen, Mc'Jicg
or, Tallaut and Scoflchl.
Tho tiliunph of Iho nluo over tho St.
Vincent plnyors In thrto out of lliu
four games has unlived- tho hopes of
tho cardinal rooters up man pegs.
Tho result of tho Dorkolo St Vincent
contest will glvo n good lino ou tho
ineilts or tho two ngmegatlons Tho
men will go Into training within thu
next week, ns but thjco weeks Inter
veno boforJ tho first Intercollegiate
u Upon tho cinder path tho varsity
men hftvo been pilttlng In hnrd licks.
Tho showing of tho men in tho south
has been cnpoairaglng.,.
, Tho outlook for tho Kicslmu.ii meet
Is tho main worry. Stanford has vli
lually, decided that tho first ear men
of tho stuto university havo n cly
good chanco to mako tho results threo
btralght by winning this ear.
Catcher Clark of Cleveland, who hai
been holding out for moro salary, wis
"cnnioVtoltormB with Lajolo nniKluiH
joined tho Naps at their training quar
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