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Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q D f P TQ Wrestling
Boating U I V V 1 & Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Riversider Sees Kilo
(Special tii tlio l)u I lot In)
llllo, H.iwall, June 25. IlcrnmJ
II. Kctckollu, known an the "Hoy Or-
utor," the "HnRcball MnRimtc," the
Politician," WsltcU llllo last Satut-
day morning, nrrlvlnR nt 7:30 on tlio
Mnun.i Ken with the Atkinson party.
Ho left llllo at 2 p. m. for the Vol
cano lloiifc nml arrived nt the crater
of Kllnuca at 8 v in. lie said tho
sight was be.iutlfiil, the lire moving
to and fro and Bpoiitlns lit lntcnals.
lie lcturned to llllo on Sunday morn
ing ahd left on tho Claiidlne, meet
ing the excursion pary lit Nnpoopoo,
"llllo Is a swell little town," ho
tnld. He was a spectntor at tho Ilirc
bnll game nlajcd nt the Moohcau
The first game was plnjed between
the II. A. C.'s nnd the Nnnlwas, the
icsult being that the It. A. C.'s de
feated the Nanlwas by the close score
of 3 to 2. Tho Japanese plajcd u
ery Hue game, hut they could not
withstand the constant hammering
of tho II. A. C.'s, captained by Mr.
Vnsco, one of tho star plnjem In llllo.
When the second game Blurted, be
tween the two leading teams, the
Mouheaits nnd the Ililos, the grand
Btand nnd blccchcrs were crowded
and the field was lined with people.
Men' women, and girls were out In
force to loot for their favorlto team,
and the Moohcnus wcie backed by
N'lno times tlio Moohcaus had play
ed nnd nine times hao th'ey won.
with the Hlloi a close second. This
game was to bo the best that llllo
could lionet. The lllloltcs had Im-)
potted u now pitcher. Jack Wllllami, ,
a southpaw. Kverjbody was In a
illgh stato of excitement when the
Moohuaus went to bat. In the first1
Inplng the Moohcaus caught an egg.
Tho lllloltcs started, to make trouble
right away In the (list inning, scor
ing three runs nmld the applause of
Jack Williams was a wonder, nnd
the Moohcaus could hnrdly sec his
offerings. At the end of the seventh
the Moohcaus scored their ono man.
The Moohcaus wero defeated by
the score of 3 to 1.
Tho lineup and score of tho becond
game- were as follows;
Moohcaus Jno. Krcltas, c; Anlonc
Ollvlera, p; Geo. Todd, lb; Charles
(Jrcen, 21i; .loo Tnvls, 3b; Sheldon,
as; Geo. Dcshn, If; II. Morchead, cf;
lllloltcs Jno. Kealoha (llnrcfoot
lllll), c; Jack Williams,, p; Sol Ami
kolea, Hi; J. Kaston, 2b; Katpo, 3h;
I. Lyman, ss; Geo. Hnpal, If; M. Ah
f.il, cf; lien Spauldlng, rf.
1 2 3 1 n C 7 8 9
Moohcaus 00000010 0 1
lllloltcs 30000000 03
Manager Willis llritt Is boosting
Nelson's stock. Willis states that
when he left Ilattllng Nelson Sunday
tho Dane wns enjoying llfo to tho ut
most limit and would be In tho piop
cr mood to start the regular grind of
training Triday, on which dato ha
will move to Joe Millctt's resort.
Nelson will leave Mcndenhull Springs
on Thursday, arriving hero the next
day. llritt says that tho fight fans
who are under the Impression that
tho Hustler Is all In physically will
bo very much surprised when they
see him Bluipo up. "That Dano trav
'ela for houis over the rough roads
, and Halls In the mountains looking
for game without showing tho least
hit of fatigue," said llritt. "Ho hivl
mo dizzy chasing him, and I took
comfort In sfttlng on n stump of a
tree waiting for him to finish his
hunting expeditions. I know It If u
haul matter to try and convince
Gans' admirers thut Nelson will gliJ
Joe tho toughest time of his life on
the Fourth, but as Nelson has jet to
take tho count, It can readily bo seen
that tlioDane Is far from being an
easy mark. Gans will hove to knock
him out Inslilo of fifteen rounds to
win, for if Nelson sticks that long
ho'll surely prove too rugged for his
clovor adversary, and for tho llfo of
mo I can't figure where the colored
champion can lambast lilm Into In
sensibility in fifteen lounds when ho
couldn't do It In foity-two lounds
when ho was two ears jounger."
WOODS afcl Mil
.liiss WmidK IcawH Ban Krnnrtxrn
on bis Oi Iciii I ii I trip on the 3litb 1
BOYS FROM CIHIt
This afternoon, beginning with
half-past 1 o'clock, the snllorB from
the St. I.onls arc plalng baseball
with the Rapid Transit team. St.
John Is tho man picked for tho box
by tho Transit people, In spite of a
poor showing he made In a game
some weeks' ago.
WIN WJJIES RE CM
A letter under date of June -tth
has been rciclved by ox-Commodoro
Henry )'., Cooper of tho Hawaiian
Yacht Club from Sir Thomas Upton,
In rcgaid to offering n cup for tho
Trnns-IMclflc Yncbt ltnce, as fol
lows: London, II. C, Juno 1, 1008.
Commodore Henry K. Cooper, Hawaii
Yncbt Club, Honolulu, TH.
Dear Sir; I nm deslicd by Sir
Thomas Upton to acknowledge re
ceipt of jour kind letter of the Id
ultimo, and on his behalf to thank
. .. tn u.tl.n Uln Tlw.nttia la tw.l '
juu lll r.ttliv. Jtt , iiwiima to nu.
qulto clear under whnt conditions it
is proposed that tho suggested cup
should be held. His idea wns that of
giving a Challenge Cup for annual
competition, and he will bo cry glad
to hear whether such n cup would bo
acceptable and calculated to encour
age the sport of yncbt racing In jour
Again thanking jou In Sir Thomas'
name for jour courtcoui letter, 1 am.
McCrcdlo's wehfoot bunch fiom
Portland leads tho Pacific Coast
League now with n percentage of
S34, against .532 for I.os Angeles,
.471 forSnu I'mnclsco, and .409 lor
Oakland. Harney Joy says that Port
land oiiRht to win tho Bcrles. "They
bnvo the best bunch, and they ought
to win. out," he sajs. "Those Seals
will notcr win." Ho clinches Ills ar
gument by telling of tho stars that
McCredlo has with him In the race,
for the r pennant.
Promoter Jim Coffroth has the fight
gamo nil cinched nt present. Attoll
mid Mornn will go 24 rounds on La
bor Dai', having decided tho weights
and length of tlio light by a toss of
n coin. P.ipko has agreed to box
Kctchcl, and Coffioth has an option
on the berWccH of Jack O'Brien.
n n n
The Kalanlnnaole ll.iscball League
mods this evening at 7:30 o'clock nt
tho lesldenco of A. K. Vlcrra. An
election of officers Is' to be held.
n n n
Jack Scully, tho holng promoter,
left for tho Coast J'csterday on thu
Princeton recently won fiom Yale
In a sensational 11-iiinlng ball gamo.
FOR THE MULTITUDE. TWO BIO DAYS OF SOLID ENJOYMENT IN
HIL0. H00LULU PARK, JULY 3 AND 4, 1908.
1. PRELIMINARY ROPING CONTEST. First Prize $150.00.
Second Prize $60.00. Third Prize $25.00. Entrance fee $5.00. The
four men who make the best time on July 3d will be entitled to two
bullocks each on July 4th. Average time will be taken on the three
bullocks roped by each man.
2. FREE-FOR-ALL RACE, Seven-eighths Mile Purse $200.00
3. COWBOY RELAY RACE Prize $25.00
4. HAWAIIAN-BRED RACE, One Mile Purse $500.00
5. PIO ROPING CONTEST Prize, Pig
6. JAPANESE STAKE RACE "
7. HAWAIIAN-BRED RACE, Three-cighths Mile Purse $150.00
1. FREE-FOR-ALL RACE, Five-eighths Mile Purse $200.00
2. FINALS OF ROPING CONTEST. FIRST HALF.
3. HAWAIIAN-BRED RACE, Three-fourths Mile Purse $200.00
4. FINALS OF ROPING CONTEST. SECOND HALF.
5. FREE-FOR-ALL MERCHANTS' STAKE, 1 l-8th Miles.. Purse $500.
6, BUCKING CONTEST, Entrance fee $2 , Prize $50.00
7. JAPANESE RACE, One Mile ". Purse $50.00
3, MAIDEN RACE, HAWAIIAN BRED, Half Mile Purse $100.00
9. WILD STEER RIDING Prize $25.00.
10. NAMED HORSES PHILLIP, DEFENDER, MURPHY. Any Ha
waiian Bred with catch weights. Three-eighths Mile. Purse $ 150.00
11. FREE-FOR-ALL RACE, Three-fourths Mile Purse $225.00
12. LUNA RACE Purse $50.00 and 10 0f Entrance Fee.
Plantation Lunas only, Each man rides his own horse at 175 lbs.
13. BUCKING RACE prize $25.00
The management expects to arrange for a game of Baseball on July
3rd and a game of Football on July 4th, in tin forenoon.
In nil running racs four to enter, three to stmt. 10 entrnncc fee
Entries to close June 25th.
WILD WEST entries to close July 2nd at 8 P. M.
Joy and Fernandez Are
Rivals For Honors
An the flist scrlcH of the big Iraguo
games drnwt- (o a close, It becomes
moro iipparont that llnrney Joy anil
I'ddle Fernandez nro tho best of the
local batters. Though D.-nls and Kin
hnvo shoiio iih thu homo run Kellers,
Harney mid lMille nro (ho high men
on tho list. Doth ucrngu oor iUO.
nnd as Fernandez has plajcd one more
game than Joy, it Is not fair to nsslgn
cither thu first place, though Harney's
nverngo In still a little to tho gooiL
Olmos had a famous icrago until
last HMttrdaj', when ho (dumped, lie
lug do tlmcH to hat without n hit. As
It Is, ho stands near tho top.
Harry Ilruns is doing famously with
the stick; Ho has batted In but six
games, but has ntcraged .428 In that
Tho 'Jen els still hnvo the largest
hiinrh of consistent hitters, though
tome of the men who have plajcd but
n g.imo or two, and who will not
count in figuring n cranes, have hit
tho hall on tho nose.
Men playing In ecven or nuno
games and averaging ,2!0 or ner lire:
.loj', Saints 7 .11(1
Fernandez. K., D. II 8 .413
Louis, I). II 8 ,3:7
Lemon, Knms 8 .290
Olmos, D. II 8 .2S.r
i:crs, D. II 8 .270
Hnmaiiku, Kams 7 .272
Hnmpton, Puns 7 .250
A number of men who hno. plajcd
in a fewer number of games lmo
wiui (oh mis
Tho following Is the text of tho
letter received by Ilcrt Ilowcr from
Comlsko.v, setting forth reasons why
Fernandez should have been called
out on doubling back from first baeo
along tho lino townid homo plata:
"Mr. Ilcrt Itojver, Umpire Honolulu
II. II. League. Honolulu, T. II.
"Dear Sir: Yours of May 27th to
hand and will stuto In reply that de
cisions nndo by umpires that arc not
covered by laws require that n per
son bco tho play como off, before ho
can very woll tell whether tho um
pire is right or wrong In his decision;
but it has always been tho custom of
umpires In this country, when n play
er comes up as did jours, that Imme
diately after tho first basoninn starts
in toward tho runner nnd the runner
retreats toward tho homo base, tho
.ii nip I ro will then call b, "You nro
out." His reason for calling out tho
hntsmnn, who then becomes n babe
runner, Is that ho dolajs the game,
and It Is under that ruling that tho
decision Is niado.
"Hnplng thnt I hnvo made my an
swer clear enough to you and that I
may hear from jou ngaln as to wlmt
J nil think of tho Wlilto Sox coming
In Honolulu In tho spring, and nx to
tho best people to correspond with
there in regard to tho Mmc, I remain,
"Yours very trulj',
"CHAULES A. COMISKKY."
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