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NO IIUM.KTIN. HONOLULU, T, II., TIIUItSIJAY.'.JUNK 4, 190H.
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Does Barney Joy Owe
Big Ball League
Docs Harney Joy owe the Hono
lulu llnscball League flvo dollars?
That Is the question. Tho Leaguo
says yes; Harney says no. And tho
saying goes merrily on.
iTmtilro llort llowor fined Harney
Joy $u and then ruled him out of tho
gniiic Inst Saturday for talking bncK
In u very frank manner. Harney
thinks that tho circumstances Justi
fied the words. Still, after tho
league officials havn thought It over,
thcro appeals nothing to do but
abide by tho decision of the umpire.
The whole trouble arose over dif
fering opinions as to ,the form of
Leslie, pitcher for the Diamond
Heads. In the box. Harney claims
that he stands with one foot out of
the box, and Is guilty of a balk al
most every time ho throws a ball.
During tho coumo of the gamJ which
the Saints lost Saturday, Harney told
llowcr that Leslie was balking. When
nothing en mo of It, ho Insisted, and
was passed out a V for n line. This
called for retoit direct and discour
teous, and Harney retired to the
Details of what was done at tho
recent league meeting on the sub
ject are being kept mum, but It Is
known that Harney has not been ex
cused. From- tho looks of things, this
man, who Is tho only trained profes
sional In tho game here, may play
no nioro ball for n while, unless he
comes around to a moro placable
turn of mind.
Manager Hat Oloaron of the Saints
lays hi doesn't know why niiyuno
should pay tho fine. "Tho rules say
tbn iirnHlilent of the league shall no
tify the player, and If tho lattor docs
not pay the secretary tho amount m
flvo days, ho la debarred from cham
pionship games. llowcr notified
President lsenborg. but ho has not
notified llarnoy. The rules say a
wholo lot of things, you know. 1
don't sea who, this club or Harney
or nnyono else, should pay now."
J. W. Ilfirvoy won the weekly
shoot of tho Hawaiian Gun Club nt
lhn It'n Irnn tin 4 l-n tlU Vol orilfl V n ft PN
noon with ten straight birds. D. !..
Austin was second with 9 out of 10,
and Irwin Spalding third with 7 out
The semi-annual prize Bhoot oc
curs next week.
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Stanley Ketchel and Hilly- Papko
are" fighting ten rounds today be
fore tho Milwaukee Iloxlng Club, for
tho middleweight championship of
tho world. They weigh In at 16
pounds. It has been feared that
Ketchel would have difficulty . In
making weight, nnd that ho1 would
would Iinvo a hard thing boforo him
lr he steps Into the ring In a weak
ened condition. Hilly Papke is a
slashing fighter of KctchoU's own
type, and ns they go but ten rounds
tho bout Is prolxibly ono of the fast
est and most uproarious slugging
bouts to which fight fans of tho Mid
dlo West havo ever been treated.
Tho returns will bo posted at tho
P. I i UK I0IH
High Jinks will bo held nt tho
Armory this evening, when tho
members (if tho Diamond Head A. C,
with tlii'lr friends, assemble for tho
smoker which Is to eclcbrnto the
third anniversary of tho founding of
the club. Three hundred nnd fifty
should bo present when tho program
is begun, ami If tho fun Is up to
whnt this club should give, nnd to
what Is expected of them and It Is
proposed that It will fio this even
ing's smoker will go down In tho
history of local athletics as ono of
tho mcmiirablo things which havo
been done by tho ball-lilaycrs of Ho
Ernest Knnl will be there with nil.
tho sweet music tho, crowd could de
sire. "Jlmmlo" Dougherty will sing.
A novlco Tnce .will bo held; n mono
logulst will perform, . and ;i good
many other things will bo done to
entertain tho guests, tho'- details of
whleh'are now being kept a dark se
cret by'thc committee in charge.
Hulletins of tho Kctchcll-I'npke
light will be posted In tho 'Fashion
saloon this evening.
Tho , ntvcrsldo Hascball League
meets this evening.
San Francisco telephone rates cut
$2 a month by new ordinance passed
to print by Supervisors voting IS
Senate concludes .17 "Important
treaties with foreign nntloiiB at lat
Psychic research society members
nllcgo thnt thoy havo mapped out
prehistoric city lying under Horko-ley.
Hold First Four Ball
Tho first, four-bnlt foursome tour
ney which has evcr"been hcld'ln this
place Is scheduled for a week from
Sunday nt tho Country Club. The
event Is a part of tho regular series
of games which' Is tp last through
this whole year, Its. principal Inter
est nttatililng to It, on account of tho
novel nnturo of tho play. Four Imll
games have been often played horo
by the Individual golfers, but no
Sunday, tho match play at Moana
lua, being held by tho Honolulu
Golf Club, will continue. Tho first
round was played oft last Sunday,
and tho second lot will' go In Sun
day. It will probably require sonic
time to complete the tournament.
Among the men who will bo out
for the four-ball foursome Is Frank
Armstrong, who returned on tho
Manchuria from n trip to tho Conti
nent, and tho States. While In
Franco ho witnessed whnt Is probab
ly tho greatest golf match ever play
ed, and now has an Interesting ac
count of It all with which to whllo
away time at tho club. Ills oppor
tunity to seo tho greatest exponents
(if tho game play was unique ono
such ns probably no other local golf
er will over hnvo tho luck to enjoy.
For'thls reason ho Is tho most Inter
esting flguro In tho game Just now.
tt a n
Nolan and Eklund won tho handi
cap doubles at Ewn courts on Suh
day, after they had' played, 105
games. Good crowdR attended.
Tho scoro follows:
Round 1 McLean and Muller (re
ceive If,) beat Olrvln and Newman
(receive l!i), 8-6, 6-2.
Round 2 Renton and Guild (re
ceives 1-2 IS) beat Schmidt and CoK
llns (owo 16), G-0, 6-2.
McLean and Muller "trccclvo 15)
beat Wright and Tcrada (scratch),
CI. fi-8. 6.4. "i
Davidson and Groto (rccelvo 30
nnd 1-2 15) beat Oldlng and Doug
las, 18, 6-0.
Eklund and Nolan (receive 15 and
1-2 15) beat Swift and Gouvcla (ro
cclve 1G and 1-2 15), '10-12, 6-4, 6-2.
Round 2 McLean and Mpllcr
beat Renton and Guild, 6-2, 6-4?
Kklund and Nolan beat Davidson
and 0 rote, 7-5,. 8-6.
Finals Eklund and Nolan beat
McLean and Mullor, 3-6, 6-1, 5-7,
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The program for the tenth semi
annual prlzo shoot oftho Hawaiian
Oun Club, to be held on June 10th,
Is ns follows:
Twenty birds. Scratch, known
ancles. Chpuiplonshlp match. Prize,
Hawaiian Oun Club's cup and cham
pionship of club, to bo won three
times. Won twice by D. L. Austin.
Enlranco fee, $1.
June 11th, 1908, 10 a. m.
1st Event Twenty birds, handi
cap, known angles. First prlre,
cup: second prize, hunting coat;
third prize, 100 Challenge shells;
fourth prlzo, CO Challengo shells. En
trance fee, CO cents.
2ud Event Ten birds, known an
gles. Visitors' match. First, prlzo.
cup; second prize, stctn. Entrnnr6
fco. 60 cents.
3rd Event Ten birds,' unknown
angles and traps. Walking niatch.
First prlzo,' sun caso; Bccond prize,
drinking cup; third prize, hunting
cap or hat. Entrance foe.. 66 conts.
4th Event Ten birds, unknown
angles, from No.. 3 trap, free-for-all.
Prize, chrysanthemum' cup,( presented
by II. E. Walker. To bo wjiji twice.
Won once by D. L. Austin, En
trance fee, 60 cents. ,
IntermlsBlon tor lunch. No change.
'6th Event Twenty birds, handi
cap, known angles. Class shooting.
First prize, hunting shoes; second
prize, sweater; third prize, 100
Challengo shells;- fourth prize, clean
ing rod, Entrance fee, CO cents.
6th Event Twenty birds, handi
cap, known angles, free for all'. First
prize, cup; second prize,, 100 Chal
lenge shells; third prize, CO Chal
lenge shells; fourth prize,- pocket
knife. Entrance fee, CO cents.
7th Event Ten birds, handicap,
known angles. Consolation. First
prize, 100 Challengo shells; second
prize, 60 Challenge shells. Entranco
fee, CO cents.
June 17th, 1908, 6:30 p. m.
Ten birds, scratch, unknown an
gles. Prlzo, E. O, Hall & Son cup, lo
be won three times. Won once by
D. L. Austin.
W. R. Wheeler, nsslstant-Bccretary
of Commerce and Labor, tells how
California would profit by better dis
tribution of European Immigrants.
San Francisco Orpheum actress
of scant wardrobe Alls place on pro
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HMS Fti IKMW-WOWS
Plans for the bench show to be
held during tho latter part of July
are now about 'complete. .The. only
subject of doubt Just. now Is the tlmo
when Geo. A. Cranflold will bo
brought down from tho Coast to
Judge the canines. It Is desired, nat
urally, to get Crnnflcld hero ns closo
to the time of the show ns possible,
and the dato when ho will nrrlvn Is
very much affected by the coastwise
suspension measure, since ho may
conic on tho Nippon Maru, about tho
ISth, If the law Is suspended, nnd
cannot come later than the 10th, on
tho Alanicdn, In tho opposlto case.
About 75 entries havo been prom
ised, but no entry blanks aro out
yet, and tho exact number of bow
wows ready to go In for prlzc-wln-ncrs
cannot he known until tho
blanks aro nit signed and returned
However, It Is hoped that over n
hundred dogs In all will bo entered
by tho early part of next month,
when tho entries close.
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tt srOETS CALENDAR
Juno 4 Diamond Head A. C. smo
Juno 4 Y. M, C. A. gymnasium
June'6 Diamond Head A. C,,.ball.
Juno 6 Baseball Diamond Head
vs. Punahou; Kam vs. St. Louis.
Juno 6 Concert Kallhl Athletic
Club, Kallhlwaena Hall.
June 10 Hawaiian Oun Club's
shoot tor club championship.
Juno 10 Royal School Alumni social,
June 11 Kamehameha Aquatic
Juno 11 Hawaiian Oun, Club's
semi-annual prize shoot.
June 17 Hawaiian Oun Club's un
known angles shoot.
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Start Trans-Paclflc Yacht
July 4 Haul races. .
July 7.0, 21, 23 Kennel Club,
Sailing of steamship Senator from
San FranclHCo for Nome marks open-
trig of Alaska season, during, which
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