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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 17, 1908
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It cleanse: the stomach of old, useless matter, which keeps your hone
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$.111111 CLARA IKS BKT TEAM
Tho San Krancleeo Kxnmlncr, In
spciiklnp of ttio coming visit of Snntn
Clnrii College tpm to Honolulu,
Snuta Clara delegation Will Include
twelve players, the strongest nggio
gatlou tliat lias ever represented tho
Red mid White. An effort Is Kill!
being made to secure the services of
ceveial old college plnjers, among
them Jim Twohy, now nt Harvard
University, and Joe Collins, nt prcs- nliy nccesslty of more strenuous train
em caicuing iur oanin i;ruz.
Even if these recruits are not se
cured the collcgs will present a
itroug lineup, practically tho iaiuo
that defeated both Stanford and
J Ilerkcley In Inst season's scries. Kll
i burn and Frlcne will do the pitch
ing nnd Jlervyn Schnofer will catch.
I Ilroderick will play (list, -Peters sec
ond, Artie Schoefer of Los Angeles
shortstop, aud Kennedy or yntson
third, with Lnpptn, Salsberg, Ilapp,
Jones and Foster as candidates for
tho outfield. The latter lineup may
porforco be changed If Collins or
Tho Y. Jt. C. A. track team was
out for practice yesterday for the
first time, nt tho Hoys' Field. The
men' are getting into shape for the
tlmo when the Fleet will be here, and
the field sports, which -will be hold
with the Jacklea also In tho running,
will bo on". The men aro to work out
every Tuesday .and Thursday. As
they have plenty of tlmo In which to
get Into shape until the middle of
July It Is.not thought that there is
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
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lug Just now.
livery .Thursday evening, classes
will bo lfcia In the Y. M. C. A. gym
through the -summer, ut which nd-
vanced mat work and gymnastics will
be, taken jip. A number of the ac
complished gyipnasts who are con
nected with the Association have
promised to attend these classes,
n 8 a it tt u ti n n u tt s t:
Twohy nre Bccuu'jli McKenzIe, who
Is managing the lour. Is n former
Lick High-School student, who holds
several Interscholastlc swimming
records, nnd Is a star football player.
fi iHI Ut Hi
Eddie Fernandez Ge.ts-a
Practice Friday -
IMdle Kcinnndez, manager of tho
All-Onhu Sockcr team. Is In receipt
of it letter fiom llllo, proposing a
game to bo played against the All-
Hawall "team on th Fourth of July,
for the C. C. Kennedy Cup, being tho
Psccond game In tho scries. Tho
match will be played.
k Eddie requests that all men who
wish to try for tho team turn out to
practise Friday afternoon nt the Ma
klkl grounds? ,
Sockcr Iiub always been a Very pop
ular sport here. An attempt will 'bo
made to get some games with tho
iiiimi of the Fleet when they are here,
but It Is doubtful If this can be done,
as letters have been received saying
thnl there are no teania with tho
Fleet. Still, tho revival of socker at
tills time In such an intcrcsttng.cvent
as that now on, will certainly give a
great impetus to tho game.
Receive Entries For
Bench Show Afler
Tho premium list for the bench
show to be held In this city next
month by tho Hawaiian Kennel Club
Is to be out tomoriow, after which
time entries will bo received us fast
ns they can bo secured. Tho entry
list Is tn be open not only to mem
bers of tho club, but to tho public ns
well, and for this reason It Is ex
pected Hint a very good number of
dogs will bo signed in nt once.
George A. Crnnflcld, the California
mnn who s to net ns Judgo at this
show, has .Jusf written to n member
of the club In thl's city. In regard to
the work, offering suggestions, some
of which will bcnvallable, and soma
of which will not.
Ho is at present Judging a show at
Stockton, California. The bIiow be
gan on the lfith of this month. He Is
to corno down here, according to
present plans. by the Alnmeda, which
arrives on the 10th of next month.
Tho Honolulu bench show Is at
tracting a good deal or nttuutlon tn
the innlulund papers, especially In
tho East, and on tho Const to somo
WHITNEY Sb MARSH j
?s Fleet Waists
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Only $1.25 Each
SPECIAL SALE BEGINS MONDAY
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Arrangements for tho boxing bouts Tne it Tfawniian Gun Club's un
which are to be held nt Independence known angles shoot.
Hull on Frldny ami Sntunlny nights i Tuno .17 Kaniolani Baseball
tiro nbuuj. made now. Thin morning,
tho final arrangements for tho prin
cipal bouts of both days wero com
Jack Scully has matched Murphy
of Fort Shutter and Tlgho, a ncrnpper
nn board tho Alabama, to box at 1G2
pounds, ns tho big event on tho big secretary of tho popular .Klversldo
night, Saturday. The match was Iliscball League, lesigned ns such,
mndc only Into this morning. . last week. He will bo missed by tho
Tlghe Is 11 well-known middle- .Itlvcrsldcrs, ns ,1ic has uxpeilcncc In
weight, rhamnlon of tho Atlantic bababsill elides that tits him to do
1 illOMIp OFFICE
W. Tin Chong, who has served
faithfully for the past two years ns
Fleet, who mndo his icp. while tho
ships were on the Const tills time,
scoting a number of victories.
Scully Is this afternoon arranging
preliminary bouts for both nights.
Young Nelson, tho local boxer, and
Hnffcrty of tlie'AIabama will furnish
tho mnln event for Friday evening.
They aro to go ten rounds, unless the
fight emU sooner by tho knockout
route, before the crowd at Independ
ence Unit. .Mlko Patton has been
chosen ns the third man In , ilia ring.,
I no man aro to mai.e i.'i, pounds ring
side, nud the forfeit money Is now
The platform at Independence Hull
Is practically completed. The Rent
plan 13 also made out, and tho teats
will be on salo this afternoon nt the
Fashion cigar store, Hotel street.
Hafferty, who fights Young Nel
son, made his beg rep. when he de
feated "Hud" Fredericks at Ims An
geles In a bout for the championship
of tho Fleet.
The checkers tourney of tho Y. M.
C. A. begins today. A watch fob with
II Y, AV. C. A. emblem In solid gold Is
up for a prize. FJvo teams have been
formed, and tho games will bo relay
ed off, until one final winner 10
special icportlug work for the
"I wish yon would stnto that when
I reblgned tho position of (secretary of
the HlvciHldc League, I did ro with
the greatest regret," he stated this
morning. "It Is now nenrly two years
since I was made secretary of this
popular league and I can assure you
that-1 like to work for thovball-phiy-ers
of this league. They nro clean
"sporta," who always abide by tho
notions of their olllccrH. 1 hope that
Ilel'iiurd Kelekollo will succeed me,
as ho Is the best man, I think, for tho
The following Is tho icnlgnntlou of
Chong to tho president of the league:
'Honolulu, O.ihu, Juno 8, 190S.
A. L. C. Atkinson. Ksq., President
Riverside llascbnll League.
Dear Sir: I respectfully tender
you herewith my resignation ns sec
retary of tho Klversldo League and
ask that the same tako effect as
soon -hs my successor Is elected.
Thanking you and tho several rep
resentatives for tho honor conforied,
, Yours faithfully,
W. TIN CIIOXG.
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