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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., Fill DAY, MAY 8, 1908.
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I LOCAL S
BOWERS TO UMPIRE
Games Not ' Postponed
Tho Riverside Ilascball League held
Its regular monthly meeting at tho of
fices of A. L. C. Atkinson, last night.
There were present: A. L. C. Atkin
son, president, A. K. Vlerra, vice
president, W. Tin Chong, secretary,
and the following renresentathes:
John Nolle)', I). Kefckollo, A. Akana,
Ung Sang. I.. Mon Tnl. 8. 1'. Corrca
and I). Kaliaulullo. John Wlso and
Chas. Knlk, tho two members of the
Board of Arbitration weio also pres
ent to take up the lapaneso protest.
After the passing of ordinary busi
ness, VI tun mil ilo a request to tho
I.eaguo on behalf of the Newspaper
League to postpone tho coming Sun
day games at Anlr- Park. This wan
strongly objected to, and the request
The matter of uppointlng a new
umpire took up a great deal of time.
Barney Joy, who was elected at tho
first meeting of tho League, did not
glo tho !)( satisfaction In his deci
sions and It was tho unanimous senso
of the meeting that a new uniplro bo
appointed. Kclekollu nnd Vlerra, both
Informed the league that Bert Bow
ers, the official umpire of tho senior
leaguo, has consented to timpiro the
games for $5 on each Sunday, with
the understanding that this was dono
Just for the sport of the game. This
w as good new s to the leaguo and Bow
ers was elected to tako Joj's position
by n unanimous ote. A vote of
thanks was tendorcd Barney Joy for
his pnst sen Ices. ,
After tho mietlng adjourned, tho
Board of Arbitration took up tie,hear
ing of the Japanese protest. .John
NotU'.y, tho trainer and captain of tho
Nippon team, spoke for the Japanese
and W. Tin Chong and A. Akana pre
sented the Chinese t Alohas' case. This
matter was taken under advisement
by tho Board, who will render a 'deci
sion In tho matter at an early date
There was qulto an argument be
twecn tho members of tha Board as
to whether a ''blocked ball" Is a mat
ter of Judgment of tho umplrq or not.
It was flnnll) decided that If. Is, and
the only question to soha, now, is
whether Klores. tho former, captain
of tho Nippon team, who made the
ground rules with Captain Akana cf
tho Alohas, had tho right to do bo. In
tho meantime Joy will also be seen In
Tomorrow, the second day's, games
of tho big league season are to bo
plajed at tho Bateball Park. The
men who will hook up are: Kama
vs. Puns and the Saints vs. Diamond
Heads. The Puns and the Jewels are
the winners of tho games last week,
and It Is thought that the latter team
comes Into the field even stronger
this week, owing to the fact that Bill
Chllllngworth, tho crack pitcher,
who Is to twirl for them this time,
was absent from the hot last Satur
day. It Is to be hoped that the crowd
will come out better, as the article
of ball which the teams should put
up this season, Jutiging from their
first showlrfg, should be worth the
time of any fan.
Paciflo Coast League
Los Angeles . , 13
San Frnmlsco 13
New York 8
lliooklyn . . . .. fi
St. I,ouIhv , . j 3
Now Ydrk . ,...,.;. .10
Cleveland . . ...-. , 8
Boston . , G
Per tho Alameda this rhornlng the
Majestic Music Co. of tho Orphcum
received a now assortment of films,
which thoy will show tonight, Admls
slon 10c, children Gc.
Joe Stern states that he will sUl'j
Mltro to Now York, where he will be
In thnrgo of T. Hitchcock, his former
owner. Tha Intention Is to convert
Iilm Into u Jumper,
Boys' Clubs Will
Haye Fixed Camp
Ail Next August
Honolulu boys will go camping la
the hills this summer. Mr. O'Brien,
who has the Uos' Clubs work In
charge here, has arranged for a camp
to be held all through the month ol
August, for the benefit of the boys In
the clubs. The camping will be com
bined with a hike from this city to
the site of the camp, and games and
Instructions In first old and the like
while tho bos are out.
This Is the first camp which the
bos hno had In a number of years.
It Is absolutely assured. Tents havo
been secured from the Y. M. C. A. An
advanco guard of bojs wilt go out
some time ahead of the others and
put up the tents and get things In
order. The whole outfit will taki
blankets on their backs and tramp to
the site. . .
Dr. Hand will be In the camp all
the time, so medical aid will be nl
wnji at hand. The Instructions the
bo j s will gel are felt to be'ofitbe
most necessary klndi such as every
boy should have. Absolute order will
be maintained, the cost of the trip
will not be great, and It Is hoped
that a big crowd of the bos will be
Will MS MAKRES
The following matches were play
ed jc8tcrday afternoon In tho Wall
Cup tournament on the Beretanla
Club courts: -r
1 W. L. Wall beat S. B. Peck. 6-41
li'.R. 1b.i. xt
,L! Hurd beat 3. Cotton, 6-2,' 6-lt
I A'. J. Lowrcy beat 'It. U." ttf etbw,
'6-0, 6-4. f ''
C. Q.JJockus beat H. S. C.rey, '6-1,
6-3. Jl" 'r
This afternoon matches will be
Dialed as follows: ' u
At 4:30 3tnnley Kennedy vs. C.
0. iiqckus'CseftjPflnai ro'Und). ' J
' ATGjbV-$. i., Warren vs. I
.The statement that local players
won matches from Ewa players last
Sunday Is an error. The matches
were played by Godfrey and teradU
against Greenfield and McKeever, alj
members of the Kwa Tenrlts Club;
Next Sunday a match 'will' be plajed
between Messrs. Greenfield and Mc
Keever of 'Ewa and A. It. Cunha ahU
C. Q. Bockus of the Beretanla Tennis
Entries for the Invitation Tourna
ment of the Beretanla Tennis Club
will close at K. O. Hall & Son.'s next
Tuesday at G o'clock. This event Is
open to nil players In the Territory,
Charlie Street hit tho ball hard In
the opening game pgalnBt Boston. He
tallied one two-brgger and La Porte
robbed him of u, lilt by a phenomennl
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Champion Joe Cans lias decided
that he will not entertain any offers
for n match until after his meeting
with "B6er" Unholz.
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Not discouraged by defeat in the
Intercollegiate field day, Stanford will
send a track team to compete at
tt u n
Tommy Burns knocked out "Jew
oy" Smith of South Africa In the
Ilfth round or their light In Paris,
n it u
Marster won the Tamallpas han
dlcap at Emeryville, Cabin finisnlng
Becond and Prank Fltttuer third.
n s it
Llsnro scored his third straight
victory in winning tho Carnadero
handicap at Emeijvlllo track,
8 tt 8
Stallion Sain Is likely to head the
American list this jear In point of
progeny s winnings,
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May' Baseball, Punanous vs.
ugh School, Oahu College.
May 3-Match race, Shamrock .vf.
Duke Snjncei'.'Jr. -"
-May .10 Meeting Chinese Alohas,
7:30 p. m.
' Mnv Ml Hnnolulii'Rnlf Pluh fm.r.
May 10 Newspaper Baseball
League season opens.
May 13 Invitation tourney, Bere
tanla Tennis Club.
May 7 Waialua Golf Club tour
nament."1 Juno 4 Y, M. C, A. gymnasium
June 10 Hawaiian Qun Club's
shoot for club championship.
June 11 Hawaiian Oun Club's
sftml-annual prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 1 Maul races.
If ft IHd Will
Mbtt-Smith' Will Pitch
The Newspaper Baseball League Is
to have n grand opening Bunday aft
ernoon at the Baseball Park. Tho
league will havo Its games regularly
on Sunday mornings, but on(thls oc
casion, marking tho opening of the
season, they will hold tho games In
jtbe early part of tho afternoon. Act
ing Governor Aioii-sniitn is to pucii
the first ball, nnd officials of tho
leaguo will tako part In tho ceremo
nies with' which the games start off.
A letter r was received .yesterday
from Mott-Smlth, saying positively
that he would pitch the first ball,
though ho did not agree to put It
over the plats.
The first game Is to be held at
1:30, In order' that the two games
may he run off In' good time. The
second game is, of course, to begin as
soon as the first Is finished.
The first teams of this league
which will cross bats are to be the
Stars and the Advertisers. They will
be followed by the Mercantlles and
The teams havo been working out
regularly and the men who go Into
these games will not be altogether
raw bands at It. In fact, good ball
t Among the Interesting features In
connection, with'' th'e contest Is the
(Confidence ,of the Mercantile team.
They,, are" bcttlnp thAt they "will beat
tlialr qpponents, and giving odds of
two toToneon it.' They have found
plenty ',,9. taprs nt"thls price, as
both, the teams .have loyal supporters,
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by.M. W-,Sava'go of Minneapolis to a
prominent Russian uorseman, Terzl
paon by, name., The 'consideration
was, ijlSJOflp. y 'The famous son of
Robert, McGregor' will" bo shipped
across the. water to 8t. Petersburg
uomo .timo Jjurfng may.
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Reno, Nov., April 25. In an even
game to the end of the seventh Inn
ing, but which was considerably one
sided for the rest of the time, Santa
Clara Collego baseball nine defeated
tl.'o University of Nevada boys at the
State Park today by a score of 11
8 8 8
Fted. Church has presonted n caso
of Tansan, together with the neces
sary Ice, for the use of the players In
the opening games of tho Press Baso
ball League, which lake place on
Sunday. The boys will appreciate
the genial Fred's thoughtful dona
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The koa trophy won by Commo
dore Sinclair's yacht, Lurllne, In the
first Trans-Pacific Yacht Raco, Bailed
two years ago, goes to Its owner by
tho next steamer leaving hero. The
trophy has been on -view In Honolulu
for the past' year. '
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There Is talk ot organizing a
tramping club here. ' It Is not known
generally, perhaps, that the Boys'
Clubs of this city have a regular
8tunt2f hlll-cllmblug and tramping,
and that this Is no new thing here.
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Tho regular monthly meeting of
the C. A. C. will bo held at the Chi
nese Y.' M, C. A. tonight at 7:30
All members are requested kto be pres
8 8 8
At a 'meeting ot the Honolulu
Cricket Club held yesterday after
noon, It was developed that there Js
a great1 need of better finances,
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iT)ie. regular monthly meeting of
Hie Chinese Athletic Club' will be
heldllnjTd'ChlneBe Y.1M;'C, A. this
'evenlngj atV.7:30 .o'clock. '
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t -JakeyrAtz .played. second base for
the White Sox on the opening day.
He accepted seven chances and made
one hit. .' f
Tho Pacific Coast Loaguo is giving
employment to ten left-handed twirl
ers this season. This Is tho largest
numbor that wbb over In tho league.
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The Puns and tho High School
boys cross bats at Oahu College this
8 8 8
Pajaroita won tho Isle City handi
cap at Emeryvll(o In fast time.
There Is to bo a practice gamo at
Maklkl tomorrow afternoon.
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On May 10 thero will bo tho largest
fleet of yachts on tho bay that has
over assembled under ono command.
It Is figured that there will bo all of
ono hundred yachts in the llcot that
wlll make tho clrclo of the battle
ships. Each of 'the yacht clubs will
remain together, but all will bo un
der orders from Commodore. W. V.
Stone 'of the CorlnthlaiiB. "Most Ot
tho yachts will rendezvous at Sausa
llto on Saturday, May 9,' aud at 1 p.
m. en tho 10th tho fleet will stand
over to tho Presidio buoy, and then
down tho front to the vicinity of
Hunter's Point. It Is safo to say that
In no othor harbor will tho visiting
Jackles sec such a gathering of white
wings as will bo seen on May 10. S.
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Tho Whlto Sox lost only one game
after leaving California, which speaks
volumes for tho article of baseball
piued In California. Tho Cincinnati
Reds defeated Comlskey's men In a
remarkable -ten-Inning, contest. This
was the only'game they lost. The ar
gument .may bp ..advanced that tho
Whlto Sox were caught out'of condi
tion In California. Truo this may be,
but how about tho Seals, who won
two games from them? Tho Seals
were as green ns grass and tho b'gi
majority had not touched a baseball
Philadelphia has turned Baum back
to Altoona. As long as Maum sticks
with Fresno how will Altoona profit
by this action.
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