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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. M00KE
BIG BOBS Will
I II BALL ON
'1 ho Jewels and tlio I'll lis will liook
up for tlio llrsl game at llasclmll Park
tomoriow afternoon, mid tlio Kiims
nnil S.ilntH will furnish tlio rest of tlio
fun for tlio nowil. Unless otherwise
nnnounccil heforo the" games start,
Juek Uoyle will lio In the Bwn lilccch
era to furnish tlio proper amount df
howl; mid tlio fun will ho on.
Since the prune put up b) the Jew
els mid tin; Saints Inst Saturday, up
fun lu town can help being 1i little
tilt ditlnihul mer tlio article of bull
theso teams arc putting up. On tlio
other li mil, the Kama linc looignn
Izuil, and have taken a great brace,
wlnnliiR their llrst gnmo last Satur
day. What tlioy can do this time,
with their new hunch Is still an open
question; but that only mukes It o-
As for the Puns, they, too, lmo
been reorganizing lately, and their
team Is conbouuently on the list of
Unless that V Is paid. Harney Joy
will not be In the game.
Hut nil tho rest will; all of the
The line-ups of tlio teams foinoi
low will be1
runahoii DphIiii, rf; Hampton, p;
Kin, cr; limns, If; Wnrrcn, ss; Mnr
(alllno, lb; Hook's, 2b; Ionian, c;
1). II. A. C. Olinos, If; rornanilcr,
13, lb, Uxlthm; Louis, if; Davis, c;
ChllllnKwoith, W, p; (Johtello, 2b;
Chllllngworth, S, 3b; rernaudez, !.,
St, Louis Hn Sue, If; llushncll,
3I; Williams, Jus, lib; Joy, iT; A
Ictt, cr; Williams. Jno, p; Willi huh,
Alf , sat Sums, c; llruus, lb,
Kanis .Mackenzie, If; Miller, ss;
l.cmon, cf; lours, c; Viinnutta, 21i;
Jonah, rf, llainiuku, :!b; JlahiiMi,
lb; Hcutcr, p
BEATS 5T. li
The Onhu Collegu nlnn won out
from tho Snlnt I.ouls team jesteiday
at tho I'unnhou Diamond, In the Ihlid
of n seilcs of Ihrto Rimes phiKd b"
tho two. K.ich Ind pioUouslj won '
The inon trotted out outu tlio dlu
inoiul us follows
Onhu Colleno Clil Hill, c.; Davis,
li ; W. Dosha, lb.; 'Aklnu, 2b ; Hoorh,
3b; J. Horlia, ss..: Totnscnd, if.: lo
in ill, cf ; Dodge, If,
St. Units Clumuit c; Ksplndu p ;
Hoopal, lb ; Kahcwntn. 2b.; KukIIkIi,
3b ; A: nu, ss.; t'ello, rf.; IZnglMi, cf.,
Tho umpires wcro Trascr and
Trank Hoogs, who has been hdld-
Ini? down second for tho I. A, C.'s
"ia fai this jear, lias been elected to
:aptaln the Onhu College nine for tho
MIMVAIKKK, Wis, Juno 5.
Stanley Kclrhcll Rained tho decision
oer Hilly 1'iipke, In a Un-round con
test before tins Mllwuukco Hoxing
Club, this oonlng The light was to
decldo the nilddltiwcl'slit champion
ship of the world. The men wclRbcd
In at 1R4 pounds Hotli wcro strong
nnd .confident before tho gong sound
ed. This sottUs a (inostlon which has
loomed large In tlio fight world for
homo time The slashing methods of
Hilly I'npke lmc made hlni n fnvoi
lte lad, and lie was n well-backed
short-ender Ills stylo In the ring Is
of the hlt-atid-lako variety, and Kct
thcll Is of the same stripe. .
Coffrnth has announced that ho
vinnts to inttcli these men ngnln for
a bout In Sin Pmnqlsco tills fall.
it peaceful mm
The meeting of tho Illtcisldo
League held l.lst otenlng In tho of
fices of A. I, 0. Atkinson was a pleas
ant ono. Nothing of much Impor
tance came up for discussion. After
the upprm.il of the reports of tho
different olllcers, tho rest of tlio
ovcnlng was spent In talking ocr
blcechcrs at Aula Park.
Vlco President A. K. Vlcira, who
Is a candidate for Supei visor, prom
ised to give his support to secure tho
bleccheis IT ho Is elected, and many
mcmboiB expressed their hopo that ho
A suggestion to havo tho Patnmas
and Kaalns plaj off the tliaw gamo of
Inst Suneln) on tho 11th of June, did
not meet with the uppiotal of tho
league, and the gamo will have to
take :ilaee at tho end of the scries,
Mr. Atkinson, the president of tho
league, also took occasion to pi also,
Cunt. Chi Hut of tho C. A. C. for the
wn) lie. alw.nn abides by the decis
ions of the uniplrp. He concluded his
remarks by saving. "That boy Is ono
of the cleanest 4iall-iIajorH In town."
A motipn to mule the now famous
Itev. K. W, Timing an "honorary
mcnilicr" of the league was killed. It
seems that some of tho members
thought that If Mr. Thwlns Is con
nected with tho league ho will not
mnko nn attempt to stop 8und.iv
Tho following wcro present at tho
meeting: .A. I,. C. Atkinson, piesl
Uont: A. K. Vltira, ice president;
W. Tin Rhone, bccietim. nnd H. Ke
Ickollo, HenJ. Ka-ne, ropiisentlng tho
Knalau; D. Kahaiilcllo, tho Palamns;
J. K. Not Icy, of Homo Itulc fame, the
Nlppons; and I, Mon Tal and Akunn,
tho Chinese Alohas Towner Vlco
President Hri. Marino, who has Just
returned from Maul, was also pres-
ent Marino decided tho famous C.
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MIRTH NEIII SWAY 11
P. H. A. (. BldH IKS:
Pun was, turned looso and inn riot
at the Armory lust night, when tho
members of tlio Diamond Head Ath
letic Club entertained their friends
at u smoker, in commemoration of
tho third anniversary of tho found
ing of their club. All tho flags thnt
could be furnished by tho signal
corps and others were used to decoi
atc tho hall, which presented nn ex
ceedingly tasteful and pleasing ap
pearance. Three hundred Invited
guests wcro scitcd at tables about
tho shed, where they could employ
the few nnd short Intervals when
they wore not watching the enter
tainment lu front, In plnjing cards,
or smoking, or "killing" tho sand
wiches and other refreshments.
At the front end of tho hall a stage
was fitted up, and hero most of tho
fun went on.
Professor Pete llaron Introduced
John Hughes, who mndo the guests
welcome on behalf of the ofllccrs and
members of the club, nnd passed n
few (ompllmcutnry remarks on the
Mike Pntton then Introduced tho
D. II, A. C. Instrumental quintet,
somewhat enlarged, and composed of
Hi nest Kaal, Decrlng, Sam Chilling
worth, Hill Chllllngworth, James Ah
loj, Hen Clark, John Clnik, nnd "Un
do Hill." This aggregation furnlfJi
ed tho crowd with some very good
and much-appreciated selections.
Mike Patton then did some of his
own musical- Imitations, lu his own
especial style, with howling success.
Two Jewels mixed for three rounds
and Sailor Huberts and his partner
did a little wrestling tuin, taking
three falls, out of which Hobcrts HO'
Uddlo Dunne next tickled tho Ivor
ies for n while, and Mlko Patton did
a little dialect monologue.
Tho fun In okq looso In grcaf form
when a bunih of ambitious skaters
In costume was turned loose, to go u
I number of laps around tho roqm. It
soon developed Into nn obstacle rate,
In which tho Chlncbo entry won out.
He was awurdctl n bunch of Mr.
Thwlng's whiskers, to compensate for
tho fact that Mr. Thwlng would nut
be present, as expected, to rcforce
the boxing bout.
Then two moro of tho Jowols mix
ed In whnt wus to havo bocnu four
iouikI go, but which wound up In the
fourth h ltefcreo Pcto Huron, In nn
nttempt to mnko tho men break, got'
' ting mixed up in the affray, clouted
In the ribs, nnd kicked plaj fully out
' of the ring. It ended In a loud laugh
The D. II. A. C
rjuaitet then pcr-
foimed, followed bj a monologulst
who took off a Jupinesc to such nei
fcctlon that ho brought down tho
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The Instrumental quintet, this
time reduced to the regulation five
men, discoursed somo sweet strnlns.
Uddlo Pernandcz sang a popular song
for n solo, with marked success.
Ono would have sworn each event
on tho program was better than any
other hud not the ovcnlng been crown
cd with tho efforts 61 tho "human
organ." This instrument Is of tho
blackest malioganj and makes Its liv
ing bucking trunks nnd othcrwiso
raising an honest sweat at tho rail
road. Hut It has apparently as
many pipes as a cathedral organ. It
makes a wonderful variety of sounds
at onco; a good deal like a bagpipe,
and a plcolo, and a bass horn all sew
ed up In a tarred bag. Hut It is good
music all the Bame, and a puzzle
which somo of tho ocal experts
ought to soho. While holding one
basic note, ho whistles, or sings, or
something, through n variety of
tunes. Tho most wonderful part
about It nil Is tho amount of breath
ho can wiiBto without effort.
Tho D. 11. A. C. sextet gave somo
vocal music and Ernest Kaal furnish
ed somo of his own Inimitable music
on tho guitar.
Tho evening closed with a number
or musical selections, the last being
"Aloha Oe," sung b tho D. II. A. C.
thorns, ably assisted by tho guests.
And now tho dance tomorrow night
is still on tho tiplH, for tho Diamond
Tho Chinese Aloha baseball team
will give a "hard times masquerade"
on uno 20th, at I.usttanln hall, cor
ner of Alapal and Klnau streets. Not
long ago a danco was given at this
hall for tho benefit of tho acht Ha
waii, which was attended by a big
ciowd, and enjojed to the fullest. Tho
hull Is cool, the Iloor smooth, and tho
wholo place so nlco that tho people
who attended tho last ball will bo
glad of this opportunity to danco at
Luslttrnia hnll again.
Tho commlttco In char go has of
fered flo prizes, as follow: Plrst,
second, and third prizes for the best
"hard times" costume; first nnd sec
ond prizes for tho most comic make
up; and a special prize foi tho best
dancer on tho floor.
Tho tomnilttco consists of Ho Tong
rand Albert Akana. Music will bo ,
furnished by tho Kawnlhuu Olce
Admission will bo churned for each
couple; tickets on salo by mcmbcia
of tho team.
NOW GOING ON
nmmm u m
John Cock bum won first place In
tho gmnasliim contests nt the Y. M.
C. A. last evening, with a total or 17
points, James Nott coming second
with 15, and Dr. Chandler finishing
third, with 13 points.
A good crowd was present, and all
of the scen oicnU furnished a g';od
deal of keen cnjojnicnt. Among mo
best eents of tho opening were tho
hitch kick, tho bar aul(, and tho long
dle. J, Cockliurn won tho llrst nt a
height of 7 feet 4 Inchec. Nott won
tho bar aiilt, C feet, 3i inches, and
Chandler won the long dhe, 13 feet,
Tho cvmts were:
Itopn Chimb Wciti by J. Cockbuin;
time, 714 seconds.
Bar Vault Won by J. Nott: height,
6 feet 3'4 Inches.
High Kick Won b J. Cockburn;
height, 7 feet 4 inchos
Droad .lump Won bj Trank War
ren; dlstanco, 9 feet 8 Inches
High DIo Won by James Nott;
height, 5 feet 4 Inches.
Standing High Jump Won by Dr.
Chandler; height, 4 feet 2 Inches
Low' D!e Won by Dr. Chandler;
distance, 13 feet 4 Inches.
Following Is the standing of tho
teams In tho lilt" league:
Phoed.Won. I.o. Tel.
Mooheaus 7 7 0 1000
Illlos 7 3 4 .428
Nanlwas 7 3 4 .428
II. A. C 7 1 C .143 '
St H S
An excursion will be run to tho
llllo laces July 1'ourth for Elks and
their friends. Tho fnro Is to bo $1'"
In place of tho regular $25. Outsid
ers who dcslio to go may do so by
having n friend In tho lodgo sign a
blank, forms for which havo been
printed and distributed.
Ebcn I.ow has been awarded per
mission to uso Kapiolanl Park dur
ing tho stay of tho Fleet here, for ii
wild-west show nnd polo carnival.
Teams from tho other Islands aro ex
pected to take part, and tho Kauai
team Is already hard at work, prac
tising for tho event.
n SP0ETS CA1ENDAE
n tvn u tt u tt tt anna an nn
June 6 Baseball, Diamont Head
I vs. Punahou: Kara "s. Si Louis.
, june 6 Concert Kalihi Athletio
Club, Kalihiwana Hall,
June 6 Diamond Head A. C. ball.
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