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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOOUE
ON HOME STRETCH
IN LEAGUE SERIES
Jewels Look Good;
Much Interest la being taken In
tlui IIIk League games to bo played
tomoriow, iih the end, of the I! ret se
ries drawn In sight, und thu team
hooking mi In tlio mlxiip, be It tho
Jewels iir ColU, will luy it good foun
dutlon tu tnUe tint yellow ribbon.
Things took Kiivh an unexpected turn
lust Saturday In bntcbnll circles Unit
the present situation Is very pe
cullnr. If the Kninchnniehns
sboulil ulu .tomorrow It would hurt
nobody, but if the Diamond Heads or
I'unnhous should lose, it's going to
hurt somebody, nnd one of these
teams must bile the dust, ns they uro J nn' Position
Jap Team Sails
Kelo University baseball team re
cently defeated the Yokohama Com
mercial School tenm by n scoro of
14 to 0. This Commercial team Is
one which the Saints defeated on
their Japuncso tour by n score of 3
to 0 In four innings, so tho disparity
la not mi apparent.
Kelo is working dally on tho Yoko
hama l'nrk grounds Instead of on
their own. This Is significant from
tho fact that the place they work
now is grnss covered, ns Is the field
here, while their own field nt the
University Is n i epilation skinned
They nre also shifting their play
ers around n good deal, so that they
oin be used at 'any tliuo In almost
salli for. Honolulu to-
a n a
hilled to ci oss bats with each other.
Naturally, thl3 game will cinch
the situation for the Jewels; that ls,
If they get It, and, while the fans
who know the ropes pick them to
win, I hero Is still some iloulit in tho
mind of tho "dopestcr" ns to tho out
come, The Colts have been nt it like
Ucaveru dining tho Inst week, work
ing with the btlck nnd learning how
to ilde tilu buses. Tho former Is per-Khu organization of the I.eaguo these
haps their weak point, nnd to that t two players hnvo held their positions
end tliuy nre putting all attention, i well, and their names nre well known
IWO STARS LEAVE
The Anla baseball fans will miss
two of the star players known In the
lllverslde Baseball League. Kver since
runnhoii Is nil there with tho
bunting rod, but tile players are pluc-j
ed In batting order In such position
Hint to advance a man It takes a hit!
It has today become a distinct feature
In nil baseball, that man who
knows the scjenco of bunting Is nj
valuable acquisition on any 'team, and
u man a pitcher must reckon with. '
to tho thousands of fans who spend
their time on Sunday afternoons nt
the Anln Turk diamond.
Dotlr'of etheM) twp players, V.
llelno and iVernln Ayau, nre the star
players of tho Chhieso Aloha Club,
nnd the latter player has been ad
Judged by the spurting fans of'Aqla
Paik as the "bejt shortstop of tho
tils cyo is keener nnd his aim murt lllverslde Jcaguc," the Vrjual of Kv-'
steady than as if he were to slug atlcrs und Zqlder.
the ball, placing It nine out of ten j Thet CfilnessAloha Club will no
times where lie wants It. Of course j doubt feel the loss of these men, as
n player Bhould know just when to they nre tie best players In tho. club.'
bunt, something that some ofr our Doth Hjne and Ayau will leavb
youngsjers have yet to learn. this afternoon or Kahulul, Maul, on
LeJlle and Davis will do the heavy tho steamer Claudlue, and tho Itlvcr-
"Tit -Wf' y f 'rKtH
work for the Jewels, while Hampton
Is expected to do tho unexpected for
In the first game the Saints meet
the Knms, nnd. Judging from , the
poor showing made last. Saturday, It
should be an easy matter for tho
former, although the Knms should
never bo ciiesed amongst tho light
weights. Mnny u time this same
team has put It on the favorite, to
the surprise ut everybody, and there
is yet something to play for.
Renter and Jones for tho Knms
will oppose llushncll nnd Soares for
the Saints. There, should be two
good games that should draw a good
crowd and, wltlvllerger to lend a lit
tle harmony, everybody will ho "dee
lighted." The lineups of tho teams tomorrow
'Jewels Olmos, If; 13, Fernandez,
lb; Kvers, t.s; Louis, rf; D.ivts, c;
Leslie, p; J. Fernandez, cf; S. Clill
Ungwoith, 3b; II. Chllllngworth, lib.
Saints En Sue, If; llushncll, p;
Jim Williams, 2b"; llnrney Joy, c;
Aylett, cf; Hn Clee or Plata, rf;
ilruns, 3b; A. Williams, ss; (llenson,
Kani3 Mackenzie, If; Miller, bs;
Lemon, cf; Jones-,. c; Vannutta, 2b;
Jonah, rf; Ilamnuku, 3b; Mahuka,
lb; Ilcuter, p.
Puna Desha, if; Hampton, p;
Kl(, cf; Ilruns, If; Warren, Win., sh;
Mnrcalllno, lb; Lyman, c; Hoogs, 2b;
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TELEPHONE 1139. FOTTIE & SOMS HONOLULU
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEI
i Business of Importance was on the
tapis last evening when the Knlanl
unaolo llnscbull League met nt the
resldcnco of A. K. Vlerin for the
election of omccrs and the settling of
other Important matters.
Tho following olllcers wcro elect
ed: Piesldent, Unos Vincent; vice
piosldent, K. S. Kong; secictnry, A.
K. Vlorra; nbslstnnt secretary, Angus j
Tho election of treasurer, umpire,
manager, and scorer was postponed.
The rules were so nmended ns to
follow Spalding's Guide or 190S lu
all of Its requirements.
Hecolutlona of sympathy woro ex
tended to Hon. Jonah K. Kalaulan.t
olo, after whom tho league was nam
ed, on account of the death of his
brother, Pilnco David Kuwannunkoa.
Hon. Charles F. Clillllugworth nnd
John Wlso were appointed by the
Chair to rcj. ns nibltrntois,
Tho Aula baseball learn will go to
Maul on July 2nd, to take some laur
side League, wishes them good luck.
Adieu, Heine! Ayau!
On Sun'day thrco games will be
played In, tho Newspaper League. In
the morning the llullctlns nnd the
Advertiser will cross the willow pos
sibly nt Kaplolanl Park and In the
afternoon two games will be held, as
Is regular. Tho Paradise, and
the Mcrcnntlles will furnish tho (list
exhibition and the llullctlns and
Stais will follow.
All this means n strenuous. day for
the Uulletins. nnd nlso the, nearer ap
proach ,qt tho ond of the Press
Lcaguo season. As larger things will
be stirring soon after the first of
July, It Is rather desirable that the
league close as soou ns possible.
Makaala went down to defeat at
Kaplolanl Park yesterday 'afternoon,
when tho mure flashed under the
wire first, by two lengths, In n quar
ter-mile match race, lu tho time of
0:20 1-2. Holllngcr rodo the winner.
Holt was up on Makaala. Wclukiihao
was hurt In practice and did not
The games scheduled to be played
nt tho Kaplolanl Park grounds Sun
day afternoon areas follows: Leah la
vs. Hylands and Twilights vs. ltc
1 1 lance. These teams lire working
I hind for tho supremacy, and good,
' tight games nre being looked for.
Boxing was. held on the Aornngl
: Just before hor last arrival at Suva.
i a tt
Carl "P. VIckery has n hoi bo which
Is soon to be seon on the track.
" ii ; a
Oahu College' baseball, team plays
tho Alumni this afternoon.
i a a a
Voronlca and Frolic .'hnvo been
shipped to Hllo.
a a it
Ci Ickct tomorrow at Maklkl.
a a a .
HOLDING CAMP IN
Boys Clubs To Assemble
. On July 3rd For
J. F. Q'Hrlen, who Is Interesting
himself In tho Hoys' Clubs of this
city, Is making an effort to get tho
better cfasn of boys interested In a
camp which ho Is plnnnlng for t he
coming summer, and, with this end
In view, ho Is to hold "an ovening in
camp," on July 3d. Invitations uro
out, und the thing Is already an ns
The Invitations read: "You nre
cordially Invited tu spend an ovening
in enmp at Mr. Ceo. Castle's grounds,
Wnikikl beach, around the big camp
Ore, on Friday, July 3d, 190S, 7:30
p. in. Talks on camping,, hunting,
tramping, collecting. Fireworks. He
frcshments." Mr. O'llrleii has n good deal of ele
mentary .gymnastic work in charge in
tho clubs about town. He hns most
ly native boys under him, In many of
tho localities. They nre enthusiastic,
and a start Is being made toward get
ting some strong athletes developed.
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RAH, RAH, HARVARD!
NEW LONDON, Conn., June 2t.
In the Ynlo-Harvnrd races Harvard
won the Varsity nnd tho Freshman
elght-oarcd nice and Yalo tho four-
This is the forty-second of these J
Yale-Harvard Varslt races that has
been rowed, nnd tho nineteenth that
Harvard has won.
WHITNEY fe MARSH
A New Lifte of
In Silk, Voile, Panama
and Fancy Weaves
"No," ' said Secretary Garfield i
this morning, In response Jto a
question from a representative of
. this pnper, "I have not been of-
f forod the chairmanship of tho He-
f publican Central Committee, and t
f am not for tli'at roason hurrying
f Tho question was prompted by
some speculation, which has been 4
f current here, as 'to whether thin
was not tho real reason why Oar -Kl
nuiu is maKiiig ni-irip nero oi t
f tho lightning order. Tho Secre-
tary smiled pleasantly when tho
f supposition was laid before him. -f
ID NE Mil
Fojlowlng is tho standing of
Hllo Ilascbafl League:
Moohcaus ........ 10 9
Hllos 10 5
H. A. C's 10 3'
Nuniwas ........ .10 3
Nnnlwns vs. Hllo; 3 p.
vs. II. A. C's!
Judge Lindsay's Court:
A fon g case continued.
Judge Robinson's Court:
Torrltpry v. Hlancho Martin; ar
raignment nnd demurrer.
Territory 'v. Hlancho Macrtcna and
Paul Duniuts; tilal.
Judgo Do Dolt'u Court:
Judgo Dole's Court:
THE GRllAT SINGER'S
PROGRAM FOR TUESDAY
Madame Hlancho Arrnl comes to
Honolulu a ttrunger to the mtiblc
lovlng people or this bit of the world.
Sho lias made n tremendous succeja
wherever she has appeared ami has
bo pleased her nudlcnccs that their
reception of her songs have been gen
Tho uolcctlons for the concort on
Tuesday night embrace all runs of
vocul muslo from gruvu to guy, and
whilo singing she nlso nets the part
she portiajB. It Is this that has won
for her the highest praise from the
critics lu Europo nnd Amorlca, As
tho leading singer In grand opera
companion sho hus bcoied hits that
nie still green in tho piepiory of those
who heard her in llaMcrn cities ten
years ago. Honolulu has never had
an oppoitunityto hoar so good a
a a a a a tt a a a a a a a a a a a
a v a
a SPORTS CALENDAR a
a - a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Juno 28 Yachting, lleckley Cup
July 3 Chlno3e Alohas' dunce, K.
of P. hull. ,
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Muut races.
July 4 Start Tians-Puclflc Yucht
July 20, 21, 22 Konnol Club
Aug'. 12 Puunono tennis cup play.
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