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Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Raoing
Boxing Q TJ f T) l"P Q Wrestling
Boating IJ I V XV 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Two Yachts Race For
Two ynclils tiro uniting tills nftei
hoon for llio Governor Cup. The
KamcUuinehu anil tlio Gladjs nro the
only ontrtes which huve been secured
for the event. It Is In tlio nnture (if n
Ecalu-il hanOlraii, with the course laid
ii r omul the Islanil, by way of llarber's
Point. The lioats, leaving at two
this nftt'ninon, aie ilue to urrlvo
Kor.ie time tomorrow.
Thu handicaps were mi entire no
net before tlie Blurt of the race, mt
It was thought tills morning that
they would lie In favor of the (lladyu,
which came In. about no in I mi ten to
the had laht year, when the Kuni won
out. The (ikiilvH had about a half
The courre Is from the Htartlng
post at the Myrtle boat house, ontVi
llarber'H Point, anil nround the Inl
and to n point 100 yards from the
The cup for which limy race In a
perpetual tiophy, offered by tlovernor
Carter, and now held by the ICain,
which won out In the race last year.,
Tho committee In charge (if ''the
race U: II. P. Hoth, chairman: It. II.
Uycroft, and James Jaeger.
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HAWAII BUCKING UP
AGAINST ADVERSE WINDS
Captains of thu wind jammora
which are now coming Into part, with
bucIi fast voyages to their rri'illt, stay"
that the Hawaii has the wind right
against here In the run up to thu
Coast. . Fur this reason. It Is probable
that tho little craft will be somawhat
later In mailing San Pedro than was
nt first expected. However, this U tho
opportunity for Captain Harris to
prove his reputation as a skipper, and
get 'her there on time 111 tho face of
atlveiso wlndB. '
It ti tt
President A. L. C. Atkinson of the
Riverside llasebnll League says, In
regard to baseball in this city be
fore the holding of the funeral of
Prince David: "The Riverside Uaec
ball League will havo no games to
morrow;; nor will It conduct nny pub'
He activity until after the holding of
the ctatc funeral of Prince David.
Tho lcgular Rallies of tho schedule
will be. continued only after the body
has been laid In tho grave."
This means that tho Aala fans will
;eo no baseball on the popular field
for tlio next two weeks to come, ns
the funeral Is to be tcld .on Sunday
week. . i .
n n tt
Young Heine wants a match with
Marsh of Kort Shatter at 122 to 124
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Fourth of July
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Chinese Team To Play
Off Rivalry At
In the (list contest nt Aala Park
tomorrow the PnlaninH will, face the
Nlpponn and the second game will be
n finish tight between the Chinese A.
O. nnd tthe Chinese Alohas, to decide
tho supremacy of these rival teams.
The Ilrst gjme starts nt 1:30 p. m.
Manager K. Ynsumori has n llttio
more conllitenre In his team tills
time 'than last Sunday, as the two
tncii of his nine formerly on the sick
list will again Re In the game. Klorv'
thumb Is tinw about well and lie will
be ablo to twirl for the llanzals. Ml
cjil, the Jap shortstop, will also be
able' again to hold down that posi
tion. With these two playoff hack in
tlio game, Lulling, the crack catcher
of' the Nlppons. will play iii'uclibpt'-
tor ball and It Is hoped by many funs
that .the llanrjiis will carry tho laur
els of victory after the gnnio: Kspln
da and Clmiienl will form he Pa-
Who will win the ceconil conte'H?
This Is the question that is bumping
tlie'Clttncsc fans. Tho Chinese A. C.'
nnd tho Alohas Arc the greatest riv
als In the league nnd whenever tlieso
two teams face each other Chlnntgwn
will be there In large force. Doth of
these, two Chinese teams have many
uupporlers among the tongs and this
makos the game the more interesting.
Ilcsldc3, these teams know how to
play, Ar8t-class ball. The Insf game
played by them this season was won
by the Chinese A. C. after eleven Inn
ings, by the Score of 2 to 1. The
Chlneso Alohas will be strengthened
by j. Knlnll this time. Kalmt Is a
stnr ball-player who Is especially
strong with the stick. He U.to pitch
tomorrow. With him In the'box. the
C. A. C. will hnve to take, notice. Lo
may, bo In tho hox for tho C'. Ai C.
with Ctil Hilt behind, tho bat. From
wliat may 'tie seen, at this time, the
contest' will' be u warm one.
The comblnatfan of the kameha
melia Day celebrations and Prince'
Divld's luneral has upset the sched
ule of the Nowspapor League to a
very consfflcrablc extont. The games
which were to have been played on
.he day of tho funeral will be held
tomorrow, In placo ' of the ganios
which were scheduled for that dato
and were played Instead on Thurs
day. This will even things up, but
Treasurer llrewstcr Is still figuring
on how the thing can be made to lit.
Tho teams which will play tomor
row rtro: llullctln vs. Paradise nnd
Star vs. Mercantile. ..
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The checkers tourney at tho Y. M.
C. A. Is creating interest.
Athletes Training For
Sports To Be Held
Snllnr Unbolts nnd Young Nelson
havo gone Into active training for tho
boxing and wrestling cnrntvnl. which
Is to bo livid next week, when tho
ships nro hero. They arc both work
ing out at the boat house, and oxpect,
an they keep lu pretty good form all
the tliiio, to be In tho pink of condl
tloiT when they go before the audi
ences to perform on tho mat iiml with
the padded glove.
The boya at thu Kort are always In
condition, and It wlfl not be u.-eessary
for them to do much extra, work..
Tho matches will probably not bo
nnnounced until after the ships ar
rive, nnd some .of the men on hoard
have been gotten In on the fun. Than,
the lists of events will be out, and the
i three days' sports will bo In progress.
YACHT SHY ON FUNDS
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SPFCIAL SALE BEGINS MONDAY
TOMMY BURNS PICKS
STILL ANOTHER LEMON
Sydney, May 28. Tho syndicate
which Is arranging lor the visit to
fllvlne "The Man of the Hour" with AUsirnuu or lonimy uiiriis, tlio no.v
'rmnller crowds than expected in tho vwolRh! I'lKll8t. ' deposited 10,-
auditorium leaves tho. yacht commit- "'"''" """'" .. .in "'"
tee about $100 to $150 In the hole. The "'"' l'.rI1K- tho Australian boxer. Tho
bill are coming In today, and It Is "K"1 '" '" ,uhu '" ,tL " aa'ry '"
certain that the J'yacht has to dig up A,,KUS!- T1,, 8'"Heato k,s the op-
for expellees," as nno of tho members """ "' """""'" '"
says. This Is the outcome of the ef- n1"5''" '
fort to rnlso $2000 to send the entry' . '0,ulon1' Mny ??-?" bo ?B ns.11
of the Territory to tho Coast, for tho ,odn,y ' ! Australian visit
start of tho Trnns-Paeillc race. I wo,,w ""f-,r with tho negotiations
jt tt .. for n fight with Jack Johnson, tho
A real crania of ertrknt Is on nt Mn- Colorod heavyweight, Tommy Duma.
klkl this afternoon, between teams rcl)llc1 tliat Johnson would have to
chosen by tho captain and his vice. I wnlt unt" 1,ls Australian cngaga-
It i it litems v. ere. conciiiucu.
Lcahl flirt and Mnk.ial.i run a ' According to the above cablegrams,
aunrtcr this afternoon nt Kaplolanl " ca" "mllly be seen that tho "lem-
I'ni'U. I u" ciiampiun sun coniiniics 10 pick
j. jj g I up the soft money and is trying to
llarney Joy Is still dissatisfied with Biuecio every dollar out of the Ens-
that flno. "e' sports that he popslhlc can. Not
8 Ulltt a a It " tt U n a a belnK Batl"fle(' wlt!' Rrabblng all the
MMUMMMMMitMww n g easy money thnt In In sight across
a G-pnTJTC nTTfrnAT the pond op King Edward's tight llttio
airuaiB b&ii&xtuAK Blc ho now inteniu toluvado his
mmmmmm.. m.. m m .. .. i other Islanil po8SCBslon in far-away
.a a a a tt a a a a a a a a a a a a . ll8tralla ,-t J, Blnmo t0 tnko ,tho
r.,3lXDl1?,Z:C-0aCert' Uim Ath,ellC loin, i.ut If tho Britons aro suth easy
Club, Kallhlwaena Hall. marhR yo cm).t 1)lamo BurnB for
June 13 Cricket match. Maklkl, ra,)blnB , proft.reiice to going
2:15 p.m. j against Jack Johnson, tho clever
June 14 Annual meeting, St. i,,. man Wnpn Jurng gcta a for.
Louis Alumni, 10 a. m. tnl)e la(j a-xay tho bank ho will
Juno 14 Golf, four-ball foursomo Bvo Johnson tho mcrryhaha and sit
at Country Club. Uack end mako him go oul nnd get. a
Juno 15 Uaseball, Kaahumanu ' reputation. Even It he doca box him,
vs. Mills. . . j 10 win want every dollar that goes
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's un into the box-omce.
known angles shoot. a a tt
June 17 Kaplolanl Uaseball. Tho Knahumanus lost their first
League meeting. Lsamo yesterday to the Alllolanls, to
July 3 Chlneso Alohas' dance, K. the tuno of li-10, In a contest played
Of P. hall. tin Mnldl.l irrminiln. Thin tlen thexn
July 3-4 Hllo races. two teams for the flrel place in the
. ,iuiy i biart Trans-pucuia lacnt Junior IntcrscholiiBtlc , Uaseball
"ace- I League.
- July 4 Maul racos. i I m tt K'
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Clubj On June 11th, tho Walaleo bcIioo!
show. boys defeated tho Lalei by a score of
Aug. li Puunene tennis cup play. 10-5.
i AMERICAN LEAGUE
BATTERS PACE CLOSE
There Is n pretty right on for the
hatting rliumplpnHhlp of the Ameri
can League. Ty Cobb, wiiu" lead I ho
Blliggers last year, Is being Inislled
by a bunch. IJenils lu leading right
now, but lie Is not if regular. Tho
honors go to IUmsmmi and McConncll,
who, nro tied nt .347. Cobb, Chase
and Stone aro well up. In the nice nnd
they are three sweet hitters. Picker-'
lug, an old-timer, who has played on
the Coast and hud his upH nnd downs
In liaseball. Is killing tho ball. Ho
Is leading the Wn&hlngtou Club with
tho fat nverago of -.308. I.ajolo li
-batting -at .283, which la a good ave
rage, but tho once mighty Kecler hag
dropped to .253.
Tho .real base stealers In tho Ameri
can Loagtio are the ones whose
names are reldom mentioned lu this
respect,. In the West nt least, They
nre Chaso of New York, with 10;
Schacfcr of Detroit, with 10; Hemp-'
hill, Now York, 9:' Dougherty 8 and
Anderson fi, Chicago, and Nlles, New
a a a
Chlng Chtu, w former Honolulu
player, has inr.de good on the Armour
Academy baseball team, Chicago.
Thero Is talk of forming a new ten
nis club among tha young ladies, to
uso tho courts on Miller street.
Captain of nrltlsh Etcamer Green
wich lias too good a time achore at
Callaq and dies threo days after leav
Appellate court invalidates San
Francisco city milk ordliinnco and
gives blow to puro milk campaign.
Jurors vindicate Robert Anderson
nnd his wife for killing George Moore,
holding homicide justifiable.
Uurllngamii votes for Incorporation
aftur atlvo campaign by women for
an affirmative decltlun.
Sheriff attaches remains of Morrell
airship-In Interests of Alexander Otts,
officer of company.
Mother Bhoots decpnllcr ot daughter
In act of outrage on C-yuur-old tot.aud
bares heinous plot.
Great Closing -Out Sale of Clothing
The Entire New Stock of the Three Stores of ROSENBERG BROS, has been
bought by us and we are in a. position to sell at unheard-of prices.
Men's Negligee Shirts
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BALBRIQOAN SHIRTS , 60o
COLORED LISLE AND COTTON !. ; 50c
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MESH UNDERWEAR ,. .. 35e
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