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KVKNINC1 I1UJ.LKTIN, HONOIAJI.U, T. II., SATUHDAY, AI'Il. 18, 1U0S.
1UST RECEIVED, per "iiilonian," a lot of
J those welWnown English SLAZENGER
TENNiS BALLS and DOHERTY RACKETS.
We also have a fulllinc of SPALDING'S
RACKETS, TAPES, NETS, RACKET PRESSES,
and all sorts of Tennis Goods.
RESTRAINING RACKETS A SPECIALTY, and oil work guar
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SANTA flMJip RECORD B1T THE Bill
It Is said by California baseball . "" ' '" "ll
AT AAA PARK
critics tlint Santa Clara College,
which Is expected In Honolulu short
ly, Is unrivaled unions collegiate ex
ponents of nmatcur baseball, anil lias
repeatedly demonstrated her superi
ority over classy professional teams
of the Const and State Leagues. In
IDOOj after vanquishing nil comers In
rapid succession with apparent ease,
they were matched with St. Mary's
College, which had up to that time
been undefeated. Santa Clara took
1 i. J -J .u .
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ad and Salmon
Tat and fres'.i, received here on the Alameda. These are
the king and queen o' fie fh'.r.y iri'-c; r.r.d rr: not ciunl
led by any fall in these waters,
the seilos and college championship
with the facility of seasoned profes
sionals. In the final game they shut
their opponents out by a score of 8
to 0. In 1907, owing to a dispute In
Teams In Riverside Ju
Weather permitting, tho Aula A.
C. and the Orientals will play this
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
tho Aala Park grounds.
Tho Oriental A. C. has given up nil
1.. ..- !. nlifimnlrtnitliln nf Ihn
teenrd to tho niofessionnllsni of somo "l'u "' .""-. ' ".."'. ........ K'ves room for Interesting play, mo
".,.. , ., lllvcrsldo Juniors ami in mui is win-
ME M Ml
It Is expected that tho Orpheum
will bo crowded tonight by people
desirous of seeing tho championship
wrestling match between Hans Froo
lecher, nn acknowledged expert mat
artist, and I 'ran I; Kunnc, a Hawaii
an novice, but who is willing to
make n try for the tltlo of champion
of Hawaii. Doth men nre In goo I
condition nnd Referee Cobb will look
out that tho contest will bo on tho
level. The main event will bo pto
ceded by a boxing bout of four
rounds between a Hawaiian, With I
Innl, who has n proclivity for tho
ring, and a new-comer, Ocorgc Fos
ter. Foster is nil adopt In tho art
of ring tactics and tho exhibition
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class, first in $3500.03 and over, defeating all entries, re
pirdlc3s of H. P. Also siccial time -prize, whining lviilW:'
ord. Model 8-H wins third in $1000.00 to $1800.00 clrA
...... ........... ...... iHustnco medals now on cxmiiiuon .
DOS. the Mission College, as K . ,ntcml3 , ndl, 80Ino rc'
lied) possesses uwoll.balanc-moic ,,,.,,, nnu B,enng ucilBca
ii composed of championship ,
of the St. Mary players, these two
colleges did not meet. As In prov
Inns years Santa Clara swept all bo
fine thiMii until now, tho present sen
Fun of 130S
It Is en
ed team composed of championship
timber and Individuals who have al
icady won their spurs In tho Inter
collegiate championship for two suc
cessive seasons, lloth universities,
Stanford nnd California, havo been
conquered by tho Santa Clara Iiojh.
Hecently they Hurpilsed their mo-t
ardent admirers by defeating tho fa
mous San .loro piojosslonnl team,
composed of such sterling players as
Strlcklett, star National I.c.iguo twlr
ler; Hal Chase, greatest flist base
man In the world, nnd foimer Santa
Cluia Collego star, now with tho Now
York Americans; Woltor, leading
sticker of big league and ox-Santa
Clara star; Arielanes, Coast League
team crack; Devereaux, well known
In Honolulu; and other baseball ce
lebrities. Tho game went eleven
Innings and was leplcte with flashy
playing throughout. One sporting
writer said, "Nover saw ft bettor
gahld of baseball. Sonic of thoso
jomigbters will he wearing big league
Uniform beforo long." Tho colle
gians' record oil tho diamond dates
back almost to tho birth of baseball
In. California, as S.int,u Clara Collect)
lsJtlfPlc)drk'')liiu)tiMi iif drfnlr.i
unttvn lwiv tin I hit wIlHni? hut lint nrn-
Ing to give tho game to the Aala A. fcsRonn, ilovmm to tho boxing
C, but Sam Hop, tho luaiiugcr of tho ,)()Ut w, comc n wrcBllnB nmlcll
latter team, Is looking for thoio wllcll ha8 crcnt0( a)mm)t na Ilucn In-
Hustnco medals now on exhibition , , .. . ,,vnn, ..,, tllnt la
wrestling bout between Sailor
Dill Hobrrti of tho Iroquois nnd
Amns Ktmnlif. whri rpnernllv wrnatlnfl
On Sunday afternoon, April 19th, m(;g 0, BUKn aIonBghor0i Tho nrst
tho Asahl A. C. and tho Sweet Vlo- , , , R , . ..
ay tne ursi gamo m i, ,s (1vlsablo to get to tin
In the 'West.
Here is the car
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IS HERE AND THAT MEANS
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Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
Tne pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojl-wrv of 'V B., A. I. C. C No. G0217,
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Our full lino of Cards and Novel
ties for Easter The Largest Dis
play We Have Ever Had arc now
open for inspection.
Particular attention to Island orders.
.1 POINTER Nip CLARA
On n late occasion tho lndepotld
elitx, n tontn composed (if the boys
who had traveled" to Honolulu un
der the tltlo of "All Stars", and some
other professionals, paid a visit to
Santa Clara to play with tho colle
cluni. "Uriel!" Dovoreaux, ' whom
ovcrybody.here In tho fan lino knows
well, was tho head and fiont of tho
offending for tho visitors. While
Santa Clara plajed Wollcis, the:'
icgular pitcher, tho Independents put
In Sclilmpf, a professional, and tho
g.uno went on. Tho line-up of tho
professional Independents was: Dev
ereaux, Arelannes, Ilcltmuller, lllljis,
I'errlne, Kennedy, Schlinpg, Stultz,
and Ireland, all well hnown to base
ball playeni on tho Coast and the
gi eater number of them woll known
hole In Honolulu. Tho Santa Claras
downed tho Independents in a fast
and exciting gamo by tho scoro of 4
to fl. Such plnyors, especially being
collegians, mo tho kind of stuff that
our rcml-collego cluba hero shou'1
IHE STANFORD m TEAM
Tho chivw team of Stanford Unl
veislt, which will try (onrlusloiis
with tho plnynrs uf tho llnlvoisity of
Caliroinl.i this evening. In thn aniuril
liitorcollcgtalo touniauieiit, has been
huloitcd. Tho potltlona havo beuii
awarded na a result of a hoveio try
ont extending over n great portion
of I life punont semester. T. It. W. I'.
I'lgg-lloblyn of Sinta llarbara has
won tho greatest number of polntiA
and will captain tho team. Tho tcimlC,
will consist of T. It. W. R KlKg-llnli-l
Ivn, K. J, Citinmlugs of Carplntorla,
C. I. Chandlor of Sclma, W. M. Davlil
inn of roitcrvillo, S. II. Show of Talo
Alto, .1. II. Pratt of Honolulu, I-.
Newland of I'alo Alto and T. Mlinl of
l.os OaloH as alternate.
lets will pi
o'clocli as n prcllmlnnry to tho chain
tilbnshlp gamo that Is to follow at
3:30 between the Invincible Chlncjo
Alohas and the crack Aula A. C.
Tho Aula A. C. Is tho undisputed
champion of the second scries, whlla
In tho first series the Anlas and tho
Chinese Alohas btnnd tied. This
gnmo will decide tho championship
of tho first scries and the Alohas will
endeavor to defeat tho boys In black
On tho other hand, the Aala A. C.
will play the best they can and nro
confident they can whip tho Chlncso
boys to n standstill.
This arrangement of hchedulo was
decided upon by the league at Its
regular meeting held aprll 14th In
order to vacate the Held for the Hiv
crsldo Seniors, which will bo opened
on' tho following Sunday, Aprll 2(ith.
Thrco 'of the clubs, namely, the1 Ori
entals, the Sweet Violets and tho
AsnltlR1, Agreed unanimously that tho
championship of tho leaguo Ilea be
tween tho Chinese Aloha, and ,tho
A'rtliiBV'an'd that they were willing to
stejl off (lib diamond. Hence It was
decided 'Ht that meeting, whore four
clubs' wn're represented, that tho Alo
has and" tho Aulas play on Sunday
for tho championship of thoi first se
ries. I-Tilluio on the part of tho Clil
ncsoAlohhs or the 'Aulas to appear
on tho 'field will forfeit tho chnm
plonRhlp'to tho team appearing. Tho
'baild may' play at Aala Park, tomor
The Riverside Leaguo of baseball
pl.oers, tho members of which have
been tho foicinosl to provldo Sun
da) amusement lit Aala Park during
tho past season, havo arranged tho
schediilo of plays for tho season of
1U0S ah follows:
April 20: Pnlama A. C. vs. Kuala
A. C; Jnpancso A. C. s. Chinese
May .1: Chlncso A. C. vs. Jnpancso
A. C.; Khnln A..C. . Chinese Aloha.
.May 10: Chlncso Aloha vs. Chi
nese A. C.i JnpaiicLc A. C. a. Pa
l.ima A. C.
May 17:Palama A. C. vs. Chlncso
Aloha; Chinese A. C. vh. Kaata A. C.
May 21: Kuala A. C. vs. .Inpaneho
A. C; Pnlama A. C. s. Chlneho A. C.
May .",1: Clilneio Aloha vs. Japan
ese A. C.J Kuala A. (J. n. Palanu
.lime T: Chines Aloha h. Kaala
A C; Japanese A. ('. mi. Chlnei.o
.hi no II: ral.ima A. C .. .lap.iu
ofcu A. C.J ClilnoEO A. C. vs. Chlnose
Juno 21: Kaala A. ('. vs Chlnero
C; Chllie.io Aloha vs. Palania A.
early to obtain a scat.
This nftornoqn the 20th Infantry
team will meet Company V team at
Aula Park, at 2:15 o'clock and light
for tho supremacy In the third gamo
of baseball between tlicni. Company
F has now two games to Its credit
and If tho 20th don't win today
they are down and out. Following
Is tho line-up of both teams:
20th Infantry Moran, p; Oakley,
c; Vallmcr, lb; Collins, 2b; Truer,
3b; Zcmn, ss; Ilradstcttcr, If; Street,
cf; Heedowor, rf.
Company 1' N. Jackson, p; Ka
ma, c; Urdus, lb;1 Ilallcy, 2b; Kaal,
3b; Knowiil, bm; Pniiin, If; Cockctt,
cfj' 8. Jackson', rf. '
Jdmorrow' the closing gamo of tho
ItlvTialilo Jr. MagMo will be played
between thcOrlentnls and tho Anlas,
(lame will' commence promptly nt 3
nmw. RAPID TRANSIT
The Rapid Transit boys Mr exer
cise. If not for glory, hno organized
a ball team and yesterday tho dozen
or moro members took part In n gamo
plajed with ' tho Piinahous on tho
Punahnu ramjnis. The car men were
downed 19 to 3 In a lonsoly playod
game. Tho teams woro madu up is
Puiiahoii W. Desha, rf; l.ymnn,
e; J. Desha, If; I.owioy, 2li; I.ldgatc,
lb; Aklna, fs; W. Hoogs, 3b; B. 0.i
Ut, p, I). Towiiscnd, cf.
II. It. T. & U. Co Haniiiiikii, c;
Plmcntal, lb; Klaillng, 2b; lloycr.
If; Hope, rf; Nelson, 3b; St. John,
p; Asho, cf; Picket, ss.
t: it ::
Juno 28: P.ilam.i A. ('. vh. chluc.o
A (!.; Jnpaneso A. C. vs Kaala A. C.
JulyJi: Chlneso Aloha vs. Japan
ese A. C.J Kaala A. C. vs. Palaninl
The returns from tho handball
Unirnor up to dato'show J'. Baptist,
tho "dark horse," tlll In the lead,
with YVcbhtor piessluA nim. Johu
Bton, who hah great staying power,
as shown In his twonty-slx games of
play, is not to pass unnoticed In tho
wind up, Closely tollowlng nro M.
(i. do Colto and II, S. Chandler-, Fol
lowing nio the records to date, tho
winners of each gamo coming first:
J. Q. llaptlsl vs. O, Hwallko, lfi-'J,
V. Riihuiimii . W. (lortz, 1T.-14,
W. ltaiem.ni vs. B. Iliiun, lfi-2,
V. (lertz vs. J. C. Bwlng, 16-3,
.1. Nott vs. S. Iluiili, 15-3, lfl-14.
It. C. Axlcll vs. M. I'orrelru, 10-13,
J. CJ. llaptlst vs. M. Korielra, 1.1-7,
M. Johnston vs. M. tiurrclda, 15-0,
J. 0. llaptlst vs. C. V. Ilrlssol.
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i S. Ilu'nn vs. J. C. Kwlng, 15-2, 15
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