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Llttlo McConnell of Iloston. looks
Il!c tho roil llnd of thn season. Not
oaly la he tho real loader of tho
American League hitlers, with a
percentage or .31)5 In fifteen Bnmo3,
but ho la alwi playing lomo classy
basoball round second base for tho
suit tun m
Devereaux Says !t Can
Go With The Best
Quito a Inmcli nf purrs for the
Santn Clara baveball team, which 19
to play In thin city this Rummer,
rainu ilown hy the malls on tho Slbe
rla. From them1, Fume of which
Miino from tin- heat of the ball critics.
In the country, It appears, that thlH
Is a tlrst-ciass (cam, and no mistake.
That the aggregation Is composed
of some pretty speedy men there can
ho little doubt, as they curry a top
heavy reputation as playing marvels
Fiich us few iinmtcur teams In the
world can boast.
"Iteil Dos" Devereaux, of tho All
Star Spalding team, who is looked
upon mm one of the wisest of all tho
ilnpoiterH, Id quoted us Maying, "Hav
ing witnessed a number of hall
Rjtnca plnyed hy tho S.uttn Clara Col
lege team, with other teams, I can
safely recommend them to the public
of tho Hawaiian Islands as being In
a class hy themselves, hnvlng beaten
all comers In college baseball. They
nro worthy to compete for honors
with Hie'' best teams In or out of this
the fever, and are becoming enthus
ed over the pnupect of tho mining
baseball fcstlMl In tho middle of
Julv. It Is trile thai baseball doca
net need' much encouragement In
this place to make It go. as If nuy
placc va3 over bascbnfi-niad It Is
Honolulu; tho games go on at the
corner lots from sun-up to sun
down, and the crowds which attend
guinea nro very largo In proportion
to tho population.
The coming of tho tcaniB from
Santa Clara College, leprcsentlug tho'
best dcctopr.iont of the American
College youth In tho national game,
and of tho Kclo University teams,
coming at the same time, represent
ing the best thnt Japan can offer In
tho sumo way, ought to bo made a
voiV memorable event In tho history
of local athletics.
Septs are now on sale nt the Ha
waiian News Company. Mniiy res
ervations nro being dally .made,
"promising that tho league officials
will meet with Just support In their
efforts to furnish tho baseball public
with good canios through tho sum
mer months. ,
Federal Attorney starts west to ho
n t ii suit against Southern Pacific for
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOKE
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ti Tlio men who played througti It
it tho Inst varsity season with ii
it Santa Clara were: II. P. Ilrod- it
ti crick, lb; J. 0. Kennedy, cf; ti
it II. A. .1. McKcnzle, manager; it
ii J. D. Peters, utility; A. J, Shn- ii
it ter, ss; 15, P. Watson, 2b; T. J. it
ii McNally, .lit; C. P. Kllburn, p it
ii (captain); J. C. Lapplu, If; J. ii
ii J. Jones, p; JI. S. Shafcr, c; V. ti
i! i:. Salberg, rf. it
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Diamond Heads Plan
The Diamond Head A. C. held a
meeting last night which was of
great Importance Doth because of tho
election of officers held and tho fact
that at this meeting plans for the
big smoker and dance which nro to
celebrate the anniversary of the club
This smoker la to be given tomor
row uvenltiB at the Armory. Hun
dreds of Invitations are out. The
Jewels piomlfc their guests the best
affair of tho kind which has ever
been held In tho city. They have
talent of all sorts engaged, nnd the
fun will run high.
" This smoker Is to bo followed, on
Saturday night, hy a danco nt tho
Young, at which It Is expected r00
people will be present. That all of
tho triends of the club can ho enter
tained nt theso two affairs, however,
Is doubtful, us they have a host of
tt'ell-wlshers, which has been on tho
Increase somewhat since tho great
successes of the dub this season.
Tho odlcers elected last night
wcro; Lester Pctrle, president;
Sam Chllllngworth, Jr.. vice presi
dent; John Clarke, treasurer; James
CrewDB, secretary; William Chllllng
worthliaudltor; E. 'k. Fernandez, I).
II. Clarke, directors.
Last year's treasurer reported a
balance of 1200 oi) hand.
Something novel In tho way of
sports in this city Is being started
at thc'iY. M., C. A., In the form of a
checkers tournament, entries for
which arc jiow being received. A
number of enthusiastic players be
long to tho Association, nt the sug
gestion of which tho contest wns
started, A niomher who la nn enthu
siast at the game, has offered n gold
watch fob as n prize. It Is In the
form of nn Association badge.
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Cablegram Settles Plan
Kelo University accepts the offer of
the local baseball league to come to
this city for a series of garnet during
the middle of this summer. The team
Is to arrive here on July 7th, by the
This Is the substance of what Is
meant by a cablegram received yes
terday afternoon by the committee,
Pnt OlpaBon and I". K. Steore. The
Kclo men had cabled that they
would leave Japan by the Siberia,
but were answered that If they ac
cepted they must come sooner. And
tho message of yesterday, which set
tles tho matter, resulted.
This leaves nothing In doubt about
the great International baseball se
ries which Is to be played hero this
Bummer, except tho crowds which
tho rlty will be loyal enough to put
out, and the outcome of the games
when tho teams hook up.
Heiio, Ney June, 3. J. U, Hnley,
general manager 'of tho Taboo and
Truckce Railroad, had a thrilling
experience while landing the record
trout of Lake Tahoe, near Olenhrook,
yesterday morning. The railroad
man, In holding to the line, was pull
ed from tho bout into the wator and
along tho shore for a Considerable
distance, before friends rushed to ills
rescue and pulled lilm (to safety,
though ho still held his prize. The
fish put up a game strugglo for halt
an hour after Haley had' been res
cued, but It was finally overpowered
and pulled to shore. When weighed
at the Glcnbrook-llotel.it tlqpcd
the scales nt 33 1-4 pounds, nearly
two pounds heavier than a trout
caught near the same place In May
of last year.
Years ago Matt Parrott, a veteran
sportsman of Ileno, caught the next
largest J rout, which until now held
tho record. This trout was present
ed to General Grant and his party
when they passed through Reno in
a it tj
Melvillo Long made a splash in
San Francisco on tho 17th of last
nlonth by defeating Maurice Mc
Lnughlin on tho tennis court. It
wns one of the closest matches
which has been seen there, going tho
full live sets.
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. SUNDAY BAlLfOR IMMPS
Protcstsngalnst Sunday baseball
playing cJntlnue to bo received by
the War Department, mostly from
clergymen, tho last being from a De
troit pastor In regard to such diver
sions on Sunday at Fort Wayne,
Mich. The outcome of this protest,
however, Is simply. a renewal of the
decision that the bc3t Interests of
the military service demand that
games such as baseball be allowed to
be played on Sunday hy troops on
military, reservations, particularly
whore these reservations do not come
Into Immediate contact with the sur
rounding civil community.
Ilocauso of tho Sunday "lid" law
and the enforcement of the 1 o'clock
closing ordinance city officials of St.
I.oula, Mo., estimate that the city
rcvenuo hna bcon cut moro than $91,
000 annually, while the saloons
abandoning business havo averaged
one daily, '
Durand, the revolutionary chief at
Cerro do Pasco, In PorU, hua taken
lo Duller and Ous Thompson are
the 'premier pitchers of the North
a a a
Aberdeen has released Pitcher
Jack Illckey to Vancouver.
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it SPORTS CALENDAR ' ti
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Juno 4 Diamond Head A. C. smo
Juno 4 Y. Mi C. A. gymnasium
June C Diamond Head A. C. ball.
June C Uascball, Diamond Head
vs. Punahou; Kam vs. St. Louis.
Juno C Concert Kallhl Athletic
Club, Kallhlwaena Hall.
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
shoot for club .championship,
June 10 Royal School Alumni so
cial. June 11 Karachnmehn Aquatic
Juno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
semi-annual prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Qun Club's un
known nnsles shoot.
July 3-4 Hilo races.
July 4 Start Trans-Pacific Yacht
July 4 Maul races.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
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Haseball and track athletics wero
discussed last night at the meeting of
tho Kallhl Athletic Club which was
lield at Cooley Chapel. Haseball Is
the next thing on tho program for
this club, nud nn added interest waa
given It last night when President
Edwin K. Fernandez promised to do
nnto a cup for the winner of the ball
series. He announced that the games
would coon begin. Paul Hums, base- j
ball captain, Is busy selecting men, '
and practice is going forward all of
tho tlmo, "" , t
'Captain 'William nice of tho track
loam announced that he has things
all ready for the men to start In
with tho grind of training as soon as
the time comes. Tho team will bo
gotten Into condition to compete In
a track and Held meet against tho
Fleet If one Is held.. '
The date of the concert to have
been given at Kallhlwaena Hall on
June 6th was changed to June 13th.
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"Don't forget to lubricate" is giv
en by II. E. Coffin, vice president o.,., .
the K. It. Thomas Detroit Compuny,
as the most important advice for
amateur motorists. Mr. Coffin says:
"Tho most common error on the. part
or amateur motorists is In neglecting
lubrication of small ''parts. Nearly
overy one will see that the motor Is
given its regular quota of oil and
that tho transmission and rear axlo
are 'properly filled, but the lubrica
tion of such things as fan, front
wheel, steering connection, spring
link, and various lever bearings, ig
entirely lost Bight of. Manufactur
ers place attractive brass oil and
grease cups at all important points
of the car where tt is practicable to
do so, but In too many cases they aro
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Mlko Fisher received encouraging
nows from Japan the other day, and
it wasn't about a new treaty being
promulgated, either. The Information
that Fisher obtained came by mall,
from Waseda University, Toklo,
where his stars will play next win-
ter. Iso Abe, tho manager of the
varsity of Waseda, wrote that1 the '
American club would bo nccorded a
wolcomo at tho handaot the Mika
do's subjects such as they had uover
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