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EVENING HUIAETIN, HONOtlILU, T. It., T1IUIIBDAY, JUNU 18, 1908.
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DO ri FAIL TO SEE
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while you are taking "a smile" in the
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Baseball Bulletin's" Page Of Racing;
Boxing Q D A P TQ' Wrestling
Boating D J V 1 O Rowing
., EDITED BY FREDERICK B. M00BE
Hilo Socker Line-up Is
A letter wns received thin morning
from llllo announcing the line-up of
the "Hawaii United" Booker team
which Is to pin)' there on tho Fourth,
agutiiBt n team from this Island, tho
All-Oahunn aggregation. Tlio letter
Boe3 on to say thnt the grounds have
been gbttcn Into the finest Ox, hut
that tho locals will have to bring tho
nets along. '
They also my that they want the
cup to bo brought along, as they
want to get Just n looK at It.
The lineup Is: Goal, George De
ntin; right back, William Irvlno; left
back. II. K, Kcllnor; right halfback,
R. M. Lindsay; center halfback, A.
Rattray; left halfback, 11. Walker;
outside right, A. Hunter; Inside
right, I). Donald; center forward. It.
M. Lindsay; Inside left, J. S. II. Mo
Kcnzlc (captnln); outsldo1 loft, J.
Piuctlre here starts tomorrow at
st a n '
YOUNG NELSON MAKES A eOD
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Training by the boxers who are to
take part In the week-end bouts Is
being dono at tho boat-house. A
number of the men from tho shlpi
were nt tho house c3tcrday after
noon watching Young Nelson work
out. The husky little boxer went
four rounds, two each with hti spar
ring partners, and made u lino Im
pression on the men. He showed
great clcerncss In guarding. And
he wns reaching for the midsections
of his antagonists all tho time, usu
ally with much success. It was re
marked that ho could take on tho
jaw all they could give, and tho
Jar -would not even toss the part out
of his hair. He ts of the durablo
h mijm mi
The weekly shoot of tho Hawaiian
Gun-Club, held at Kakaako traps jes
terday afternoon, resulted In another
victory for Harvey, who won out by
a score of 9 out of 10 birds. Harry
Whitney and I. Spalding tied (or the
second place, with 8 out of l6 birds.
In the first shoot-off, they both again
got 8 out of 10, and in the second
shoot-off, for G birds, I. Spalding won
by 4 out of 5, against 3 put of S for
It Is probnblo that tho sport of
auto-houtlng will soon become popu
Navy Champions Will
, Box With Local
The boxers nro signed, tho ring I
up, and everything ready for tho
bouts, which Aro to take place on
Friday and Saturday night, but tho
lap of the gong. Jack Scully got
busy jcslorday afternoon, and ar
ranged tho preliminary goes for both
dn)s. And ho didn't get Btich a slow
crowd while ho was at it. For tho
ncxt-to-mnln go of each evening, ho
secured no less persons thnn the wel
terweight champion of tho Navy, and
tho .man who nt Mngdalcna Hay
went tho limit with Tlghe, tho pres
ent middleweight champion, and u
good one. These men aro O'llrlcn
and Hart of the Maine, who hnve
been matched against local men for
6-round preliminary goes. Ilnffcrty
vs. Young Nelson nnd Tlghe vs. Mur
phy will be the main goes, and local
boys hac been gotten for tho smaller
A thousand people may bo seated
in Independence Hall, where tho
bouts arc to be held, and more can
bo gotten Into the standing 'space.
Tho ring Is of tho regulation size,
and is raised four feet from tho floor,
It was completed jesterday, except
for tho putting In of tho ropes.
O'Drlon boxes nt 143. On Friday
evening he Is to box Kupa six rounds
at this weight. Ho lias a rccoril
which Is well known In tho Navy. Ho
wns defeated, however, by Rollins,
for the welterweight championship,
though the fight went tho limit.
Then Rollins was paid off nnd left
tho Navy, which lenves O'Drlon tho
IU'rt will go six rounds on Satur
day night with KahaUlcllo at ICO
pounds. In finalising to compete for
tho championship of the Navy, Unit
defeated Rlttenhouse, on the Kcar
sarge. He also defeated Mcllrlde, a
marine pf the JJ. S. S. Vermont. In
one rpund. Then he stayed In tho
ring foV (hcTllrrrlt of six rounds with
it O'llrlcn and Hart, the box- it
tt crs of the U. S. S. Maine, who it
it are to tnko part in tho local tt
tt boxing contests, went six it
it rounds for an exhibition on the it
it quarterdeck whllo on the trip it
tt down hero from Ban Francisco. JI
it Tho exhibition was given for tt
tt jtho benefit of Secretary Gar- tt
it field. Tho hoys s.fy tho Sccre- tt
tt tary cnJoed tho go Immensely, tt
tt and tho forecastle fight promo- tt
it tern fed very ptoud of thilr of- tt
tt forts, tt
Diamond Heads To Play
Tars. From Maine
Tho Diamond Heads arc to play n
picked team from tho battleship
Mnlno tomorrow at a place and tlmo
to bo set this nftcrnoom The Bailor
bojs were out for prncticc yesterday,
attracting n good deal of attention
ns they (.trolled through tho streets
fn their U. S. S. Mnlno uniforms.
Tho gnmo which wns to havo been
plajcd with a picked team ot tho
t'ress League Is off. Doth gamtB
could not bo plncd at nncc, nnd It
wns thought preferable for tho tars
to play tho stronger aggregation, It
Captain Kdwln Fernandez -of tho
Diamond Heads was busy jesterday
and today getting the gamo ar
Charles Albright, tho crack player
of tho Nowupapcr League, may short
ly be seen In a Diamond Head uni
form, holding down some position In
tho big league. Ho had a chanco for
n place nt tho beginning ot the sea
ton, but nt that time passed it up.
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D. I'. R. Isenberg, who is one of
the most lojnl of tho local supporters
of baseball, has offered a sllcr cup
to the player In tho 'triangular"
league this summer who takes part
In 75 per rent, of tho games, and
.makes tho highest batting average,
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The match raco nt Kaplolnnl I'nrlt
between Mnkaala and I.Ahl Girl tell
through. Tho latter horse failed to
put l:i an appearance.
it tr tt
Work on tho grand stand nt Ka
plolanl Park, to bo used In connection
with Kben Ixjw's Wild West show, is
going steadily ahead.
Froclcchcr is In San Francisco.
Tlghe, losing tho decision, nt Mag
Tho snlo of tickets started this
Tho full card for tho events Is as
Frank Rnffcijty IV. 8. 8. Alabama)
is. Young Nelson, 10 rounds, 126
O'llrlcn (U. S. S. Maine) 8. Kupn,
C rounds, 14fi pounds.
Joo Cabral vs. Ernest Hclno, 122
Donnls Tlghe (U. S. S. Alabnmn)
s. Murphy, 10 rounds, ICO pounds.
Hart (U. S. S. Mnlno) vs. Kahnule
lio, G rounds, 100 pounds.
Wahllanl vs. Young Sharkey, 4
rounds, 142 pounds.
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OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEt
SANTA CLARA SHOWED UP WEL
Somo few week ago, S.intn Clara
Etackcd up ugainnt the Newark"), In
what was advertised as tho tr-oitt
gnmo for tho former, tho latter team
being selected ns ono or tho strongost
amateur teams In California, and
ono of the fow, If nny, thnt would bo
ablo to hand tho looro o'ir to tho
Undents In their exhibition for the
(.election of a team to mnko tho trip
to the Islands.
When the heavy sluggers of tho
'ollegc team had stopped tho ball
from rolling any further, tho better
margin was with thorn, and they
were thereupon declared quite capa
hlo of taking tho measure of tho best
ball this Islnnd organization cm turn
Tho fans and newspapermen in
and around S.m Frnnrlacn nro loud
In p'ralso Of tho Island people who
hao undertaken to give tho Califor
nia champions such u trett, and It
will be tho effort of ench individual
pin) or on the Santa Clara team to
give our fans a run for their money.
They will leavo San Francisco on
July 1st, well trained and In perfect
condition, to go to It whenever we
are ready, and tho least wo can ex
pect from them Is a rnttllng good ex
hibition of America's greatest pas
time. Joo Ncalon, of whom wo havo
nil heard before, nnd who has been
following theso bojavcry carefully In
tholr practise, claims that Santa
Clara will hold her own with tho Isl
nnd teams, hut sas not to expect a
walk-over, ns "tho boys down there
. H. A. (. VS. MAINE III A
Tho Diamond Head basketball
team, champions In tho local game,
will play a team fioin tho U. S. S.
Maine this evening nt 7: Hi o'clock,
nt the Y. M. C A cim. It was crio-
neously stntcd. In n morning p.tpor
thnt tho local end of It would be up
held by thu V. M. C. A.
The Dlanicud Heads were jcitcid.iy
attcrpoon hard nt pinitlcc, doing
some of their old-time clever work.
Tho Navy men were on tho floor
last night, and In splto of their kc.i
legs showed speed, which may keep,
tho locals guesjlng Home.
Out of 1" games played on tho
mainland this ship's te.-,m won out
The Diamond Heads will lino iifi:
lien-Clarke, Frank HecheiU .lohn
Clarke, Itoheit Clarke. lM. Forn.iu--dcz,
and John Q. Ilaptht.
Tho naval team: M. II. llefter. r;
J. A. O'llilen, rf; M. .1. Kencflck. If:
F. K. Darker (captain), rb; .1, A. Mc
Cormlck, lb; II. H. Ding.
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The 0.1 hu I'oln Club will meet on
Saturday In tho office of II. F. Dil
lingham Co. Tho matter of tho pro
posed tournament will bo taken up.
tt it tt tt tt tt tt it it tt tt tt tt tt tt it it
can go some, aid taking to tho came
llko flTo proierb'lal duck to water and
may spring nn unexpected burprlso
on t lie champion students."
Knell of tho l.cagtto teams Is nt
present putting in somo hard llcl.s at
Great Closing -
Sale of Clothin
The Entire New Stock of the Three Stores of ROSENBERG BROS, has been
bought by ns and we are in a position to sell at unheard-of prices.
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