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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
Cricket For Nations
Discount Your Sli
BY ALEXANDER HUME FORD
The piuspAt of n Polynesian Olym-
jlila'tn liu hold In. I Itiwnlt has st'irtoil
pome talk of resuscitating tlio pruc
tlcally ilcfiinct crlcKott team of' Ho
nolulu, tlint once hold an lionorabto
record and eagerly mot loams from
i oier) pin t of (lie win til. Tlio crick-
etoiH here say all that li needed to
j bring tho homo lean. Into aotlvo Ufa
en"- tntiiu is t'ln prospect of iiinteit
fi iii'oj, nil I MiIh the I'oi .odau 01 in
ula would ' i l - I j
In 1'IJI tho I'lliu-o Kku Knnd.mt
mslntilnj a native team that not
only knocks the spots out of tho
while cricketers hi KlJI. but covers
Itelf with glorv In Kngland, ruin u
s.v.ith In AiiKtinliii. nil a.ouiid the
o-.Ui em Isliind, and in.il.ea even the
i R.r: o :n take a had. re.il, nml the
i rlnco wants to bring Ills team to
llnvMll to meet while, hiown or cl
lo'v rl"l etcrs In open contest.
Would Siiiuoa send a tompctltii;
Ic'in, lould sho nffntil It? Could
uhe? Samoa la the one -land In tho
world whoro cricket In forbidden by
law, and iu played on the sly. Until
re-cntly evcryono plajed, cen the
women were expert bowlers. Tho
fields weio deseitcd for the erlcKot
grimes. Villages pledged more bit,-,
lols ofiornod beef on a game than
their eoiira would pay for In a year.
Tho laconic of Hie Islands was going
to t"t winners of cilckrt nialehos, to
be spent In limns. The German Gov
ernment stepped In, put u tabu on
cri-ket. and now the oracl. teams go
over to I'lJI, TOO inllcn dlbtant, to
win plorj on the oilcKct Helif, or
drop down to the To.ibii Islands to
defeat the subjects of KIiir neorRo.
Yes; the Samoans csn afford to hcnd
i crlc!,ct team to Hawaii, and thoy
hao a lilg ocenn-RoIni; canoe on tho
beach that would brliiR u couple of
bundled Snmoaus ncioss the sea It
they wanted to come and they
would, to play crlcl;ct. So let's In
Of course tho Australians play
cricket, every mother's urn of them;
even the small black aborigines be
come experts nnd turn from the
boonioii'.UK to (ho cricket bat. Ily
tho way, why not Invito the Austin
linn cilckelers? They would conic
with a rush mid n lonr. And ask
llieni to bring a few of their booinei
ung sIliiRers nloiiR? Perhaps homo
of our Hawaiian boys could get onto
that Kiimc and give them n contest.
Nov; Zealand would surely send iv
cricket team, and If tho Tourist Un
real! (which spends sano.OOO an
nually ndiortlsliiK New Zealand) had
to foot the bill. Ami the Maoris are
good pin) era none better.
Slngapoic, India, nnd oven Japan
would find means to send both whito
nnd dark contestants, v.iillo Kuglnnil
and Scotland would never remain
out of a woilil cricket match any
nun c tliiin would Canada, nml there
In America Hint consider
n h gooil as any In tho
world, who would wish to prove. It
Xeaily overy Australian boat oni
rics mon who pl.t) cilckct. I,ct tho
llnwnllau cilckelers get together, re
orgauhe, and challenge through-go
ing teams; It will bo good practise
Then, too, the Scotch and Kngllsh
pl.iyeiii hero should show each other
or what stuff they aro made. Cricket
appcalu to every man tho world over
who has lliltish blond In his veins;
It Is tho kofitono to llrlllsh sports.
I.ct our cilckctcrn here stint the ball
tolling and It will grow In sl?o until
nil tho other sports nro gathered.!
about It. If our mon of Honolulu
who play, or who novo onco played,
(ilcltct will get together, heir pait
In a Polynesian Olympln will quickly
f outline ltelf Then each of tho oth
er spoils will tako Its proper posl-
3? Minn, take cl.nrgo of Its particular
honor, Issue Its challenges to nil
lomeiH, nnd befoie wo know It has
fairly Rtarted tho Polynesian Olyni-,
p la will bo well on Its way to suc
cess, and the world will turn Its
eyes toward the Paiaillso of tho Pa
cific nnd begin making plans to rest
there during a slimmer when the
games aio held. Who will get tho
cricketers together? , ".lack" Attcln
tnu will, of (iiiii'T, take care of the
flint elijllsn, but who Is the ".lack
AtMlikon" of the eilcketeru? Klii'l
lilin, nml the game Ih won,
id m. MM
Will Play At Aala Park
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AALA PARK GOSSIP :
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V. T. ItapoMi, the olllclal bcorer of
the Hlvcrslilo League, suggested
IloLt. Awn ns the candidate of tho
Htvcrelilcis for the l,eglslntuic. This
Ik a good suggestion, ns Asam M
kuown'lii be i-riioU and uprlghl, and
is also popular.
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The Hoy Orator Is a candidate for
tho dclegiiteship to the National l.a
bor'Unton Convention. The long-
shoicmcn nrc said to bo In favor of
Albert Akann, the captain of the
Chinese Alohas, Is still. confident of
winning one of the two berles. Ho la
planning a complete new llnc-up.
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A Chinese "White Sox" baseball
team Is the latest plan xamnng tho
Sons of the Celestial Hmplrc. Dr.
K. !'. 1,1 Is the promoter.
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A vote will boon be taken In n lo
cal paper as to whether tho Chinese
A. C. and the Chinese Aluhas better
combine or not.
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A. K. Vlcrra wants to have tho
Giouml titles of the Hiverstdo
League embodied In the constitution
Tho local Nippon nine Is planning
to play u game with Kelo Unherslty
team when that ngnregatlon Is here
n :: :t
llcmard Kclckollo has promised
his biipport for blccthcrs at Aula
Park, if ho Is elected to tho Legisla
ture. tt :: tt
Jack I'lores and Lunlng will form
the Nippon battery on Sunday In tho
name against the Chinese Alohas,
Tho Chlneso A. C; will leave for
Koolaupoko Saturday to play tho ball
losscrs there. Hole's luck.
Aloha mil to Will. I2spluila, who
will twill for tho I'alainas this Sun
day against tho Kaalati.
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J. Knlml, '(ho stai; player of tho
Clil:ii'-e Alohas, will oon bo In tho
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The Kalanlaiianlu League will soon
leorg.uilze. Oct busy, boys.
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by laving your soles and heels nat on by us. Quality in
Dhoc-repniri:i! goes de:p below' tho surface; it is not just
on ton. Oar method ii to do thi BEST work for the least
possible price. Shots :olcl ar.d heeled while ycu wait.
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Lojil Chillis writes to Wood of tho
Promotion Committee at length re
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a a a
The Jnpancso leaguo games at At
Mnpiin Park tomonow vlll bo: Ku
clin va. As.ihl, Jr., unit I'umio vb, Y.
M. II. A.
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Charloy Harvey's Iribh wellei-
ivclght champion. Jack Klllcan, re (
'cled a beautiful trouncing at the
hands of Johnny Can oil at Now
York lecently. Ho was game, hut
took n beating ho will not forget for
Hawaii's lome time.
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Aula Park will have Its usual
giimc'i of baseball tomonow after
noon, commencing at 1: 30. In the
Hist struggle, tho Chlnctf Atohus
will Hue up agaln3t the Nippon nine
for tho second tlini till! year. Tlio
first gaino played between theso two
loams resulted In u victory for tho
Alohas through a closo decision of
Umpire Joy. The little brown men
protested, but the Judges of tho lllv
eruldo Lc.iquo decided against their
pi otest. This time they hay thoy nro
going in to win, and, with llcrl How
dV aa umpire,, the Japanese aro con
fident of running uwny from thu
Aluhas. I'lores and Lining, who did
good work Inst Sunday for (he Nip
pon!'., will again form tlio Jap bat
tery in this game. Tho Alohn hmo
not )et decided us to who wilt he In
tho box, but In all probability Heine
Kngllsh will till the bill.
The second contest of the nftci
noon, between tho two leaders of tho
league. Is causing n good deal of ex
citement among the Aula fans. In
tho flrtt scrap the Kanlas ran nway
from the Pnlamns, hut since then tho
latter have Improved a good deal In
team-work and have won three grimes
straight. Joseph Leal, the gcnlnl
manager of tho Kaalas, states that
ho has money to back up his boys
and Is sure of defeating the Pnlnmas.
D. Knhnulcllo nCtho Palanins has dif
ferent vlows altogether from those of
Leal, and believes that It will bo a
walk-over for tho Palamas. It will
bo decided tomorrow nnd n largo
ciowd will be on hnnd to sco It.
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The opposing tennis anil tliclr or
der of play for tho men's doubles
tournament of tho Kwn Tennis Club,
to he held on Sunday, May 31st, 1903,
will be ns follows:
Schmidt and Collins; Guild nnd
Itenton; Tcradn nnd Wilght; New
man nnd Glrvln; McLean nnd Mul
lor; Grille nnd Davlihon; Olding nnd
Douglas; Kklund and Nolan; Gou
vca and Swift.
Pluylng Is 4o begin at 9 o'clock
The teams noxt In order to piny
aio requested to act as linesmen,
while Messrs. McKcover nnd (ireon
lleld will alternately umpire tho
a a a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a t:
May 30 Ilasobnll, Diamond
Heads vs. St. Louto; Kama vs. Puna
hous. May 30 Iloxtnc, Ah Sam vs. Jock
May 3D Mutch raco, Suro Shot
va. Duko Spcnecr, Jr.; hnlf nillo.
Mny 30 Tennis, Japanese vs. Chi
nese, 1 p. in.
Juno 1 Yacht Hawaii leaves for
Juno 4 Diamond Head A. C. b in
ker. Juno 4 Y. M. C, A. gymnnnlum
Juno C Diamond Head A. C. hall.
Juno (1 Concert Kullhi Athljtle
Club, Kullhlwncmi Hall.
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
whoot for club championship.
Juno 10 Hoyal School Alumni so
Juno 11 Kamehumeha Aquatic
June '11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
snml-annuul prize shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un
known angles sheot.
July UO, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Start Trnns-Pnclllc Vnclit
July 4 Maul rsces.
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Important position for tho local team
when the Sunlit Clara and Kelo team
arc hcie, comes tho Information that
a man will phi) on second for Iho
hibt-namcd team who nimlo his big
leputntlon as u ball-player while ho
was playing against the men if thlo
town last bcason. I
K. Abe, tho man drawn to hold
down the position for tho Far i:.u,t, ,
has only lately stepped Into the In
flow, ns ho wns formerly ono of tho
po;eis In tho gnrdcu. Illi fielding
v.iillo In Honolulu attracted atten
tion, nml bin batting average looked
good to the managers nt the Univer
sity, so ho was selected for his pres
Ho is pcihnpa the flint man who
ever worked Ihc "Fqueczo" play In
Japan, and his artful hasc-runnlng ,
won tho admiration of his country-
men. Ills rating In this lino shows j
Tho Kelo University men are work
Ing hard getting the team in chape
to ninko n line showing wlillo here,
ns tho great number of their coun
trymen In these Idlnnd3 makes them
naturally nnxlnu3 to show up to tho
best ndvaut.igo while they are here.
Tho advance sale of seats for this.
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t li .VsrOSr. m
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International lournuuicnt opened up
Inaugurator of the "Squeeze" Play
in Japan, Who Plays Second
Base With Keio Uni
)estorday morning at the Hawaiian
New Company with n rush, nnd with
rcbiilts inoit gratifying to tho league
o.'llcl.ilii. Supporters of tho foreign
Invaders nro rapidly taking up nil of
tho available spice, and local peoplo
had better look lively If they do not
wish to sit out by tho ilght-llolil lino
Junt now tho greatest Interest Is
being felt nt Onhu Collcgo over tho
futo of tho Cooper Halting Cup,
which Is soon to bo awarded to tho
man In tho school batting tho high
est percentage for tho current eeasou.
Thrco mon aro racing for It neck and
neck, nnd every gnmo changes tho
chances they stand or winning out.
Just now, Lyman, Iho pitcher and
Indcldcr, who Is making good ns u
catcher with tho hlg-leaguo team
this scjton, leads tho list with .137,
Ills perccntngo having conio up n
preclably In tho last two Mays, nu ho
was til It (1 man before tho g.imo of
Thursday. Dodge and Chi Dili urn
tho mon who hud him going, nnd
still huvo him going, ns tho former
nScrngcs .III and Chi llul has lilt
,4 Of,, It will bo scon that any gnmo
may chnngo tho rclutlvo standltiK of
Tho cup Is u trophy offered by tho
Hon. II. K. Cooper.
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Willis Lewis, who knocked out
W'nltor Stanton nt Paris in four
rounds. Is still keeping up his win
ning gait. Ho uatonlslicil the French
sports the other day by knocking out
threo lighters In ono night. Two of
them were heavyweights Joft
Thorne and Larry Conlllc, wlillo tlio
'other tipped tho beam nt 1.18
1 pounds Hilly Mccklnu.
I" a a .a
I Km nl Cari-cy, the Chicago 120
pounder, h now at Los Anselcs. Ilo
Is uuld to bo n cry Bhlfty youth, hav
ing fought i,nmo of tho beftt men In
I his clasj. Ilo was beaten by Abo At-
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