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:TNINO nill.T.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUKSDAY, JUNB 30, lfiOS.
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tor which defines the attitude f
mainland umpires on n question of
balking, tt has hecn malntnlncd by
the Intltcntar-hnndlcrs here, Hcrt
Power among the number, that In
euro the pitcher winds tn deliver the
ball to the bntsman, and then t ho
catcher Jumps In front of the plate
to pin a mini coming from third, the
pitcher Is guilty of a balk. Ilut tills
Is not upheld on the mainland, as the
move Is held ns permissible.
Ilower has reasons for nil he docs.
Ills nigninent Is that the ball must
be delivered to the batsman when
once the pitcher wlndt to throw tn
the- plate. He Is not at all convinced
thut ho Is not llfiht llort talks base
ball prettv logically, too.
An attempt Is being made to get
n ganio arranged for next Saturday.
The tentative game Is to be a contest
between a picked team of the News
paper League and a picked team of
the Itlvcisldc League. It Is proposed
to lmvo Albright captain tho Press
The game will be made cither n
prellinlnao to or a following game
to the Punuhou-St Louis big-league
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Next Sunday- b.iKeball will be Pa
lama s C. A. C anil tho Manuals vs.
Kaal.i A. 0. Some great ball IsMook
London, Kng., .Mine 22. King IJd
wnril has promised to open the Olym
pic games July 13
GOES ON ST. LOUIS
Kecretnrv flarlleld totluil away on
lliu Cruiser St. Louis for tho Coast
K-slordai urternoon at 5 o'clock. It
was his last day on thu Islands nnd ho
certainly look advuutuge of It, wink
lug hard In tho morning la tho rete
ntive Chambers nnd In tin- afternoon
pacing calls on thoto who hail so well
cutci tallied him hero.
Tho scene at tho Naval Wharf yer
tcrday aftoinoon, when tho Secretary
boarded tho launch that wis to bear
him to tho St. Louis picsetited tho
Secretary In n new light, oifo that thu
people hero had hardlj a chanco to
tee during his short stay, that of an
urdlunry man full of gralcfulnets and
ii lipiccl.it ion Instead of thu i-neigqtlc
official constantly seeking Information.
I 1 1t Ullltl t'fWIfl lll'ft ft tilt tllftlll. (tit lllil
wharf, an.! boarded tho Mcain launch, I ! hv"y n0 "f tho Santa Clnras Is
being uscorlid out of thu harbor by I'f'l'ltwd to know the game from Al
unothor launch bearing a number of I '" '' Omega, as they nro quoted
local officials to tho bit; cruiser. Tho
Itoynl Hawaiian Hand playul "Alolut
Ou" as thu launch sailed away.
ALIIOLANI ANNALS OUT.
Thu Jiinu number of thu Aliiolaul
Annals, thu publication gotten out by
tho pupils of Alllolanl College, Is out.
It Is, as usual, a c km! It to tlft editors
und thu Institution which trained
Ilium. In thu leading editorial tho
fulolwliig rcmaiks of Intuiost mo I
11 lu very encouraging to unto that
during lliu term now draulii; to ;
clotu, thu good progicss la virk and
in sports lecordcd at thu cutamcucci
incut of tho enr has been cuktlnned. I
Many new schoiais hnvo . joined
Alllolanl, both as boarders aid day
K IntroducuT .rSSTSl
niutlt of dlffeient colors Imu beon i
awarded tti thosu who hao aftalncd
first, second and third placet, liidg-
lug by tho Increased persovt rart'u of ,
tho boys and thu uagornesH to ttitcln
tho sualB which hnvu been stlmiil'tcd,
Ibis Innovation Is a great buccchsA
A Junior Inlerccholastlc PiiFtliall
Leaguo Ins linen foriui"), conslHlng
of'Mllls liistltulo, Kaahiimaiiu Hcliol
and Alllolanl Thu games plajed lilvo
been credltablu iih will be seen e,e
whuro In this number. N
Ilarvnid h,is a star pitcher tliVt
jcar. Ilo Is pel hups tho most effeit
Ivn twlrler this great university hat
turned out since ChukBon giiiduiileil.
On June 1 1 he achieved the feat of
shutting Cornell out without a hit or,
tun. In addition to this hu funneil slnco tho Puns defeated tho lendois
a dozen batters, llarvaid's pltchci's by such a narrow margin last Satur
namo Is Hartford. Cornell's pitcher 'lay.
was In fine fonn, too. He allowed hut ' it lu iin,ir.nn,i (i.nt f.. .i, ...
thico hits. A homo run won tho
ordering that SIGN-BANFER
ALOHAS - PORTRAITS ANY DESIGN done by
will "MAKi: A lf'T."
San (a Clara Brings Two
Mmh has been said of late of Santa
Clara baseball players as n team and
ns Individuals, but now comes the In
teresting hit of news that they carry
with them on their trip to tho Isl
ands n stabstcr who can use his right
or left hand In delivering, as tho
case may he. To the rank outsider In
baseball circles, this docs not mean
much, hut to tho man who plays tho
game fiom tho players' standpoint
this Is Indeed a bit of news.
Imnglno a strong hotter tin
iigalmt this same man, his first dr-
livery tomlng from tho right nnw
and tllcn suddenly shooting out from
tho left. Some of tho lcacito'a best
sluggers nro left-handed men, as nro
Joy, Jimmy Williams, Aylctt, and a
few others, nnd whnt u song and
dance there will be to see this two
liandcd twlrler passing them out llko
a game of cut and draw. Kor a vor
Biitlle artist this man certainly draws
the ribbon. "Silent" Ilurns, who
pitched n pitcher's gnmo for Hono
lulu when the local boys Imported
"Moll.e" l-'lshcr's aggregation labt
J car, showed tho Islanders how to
throw bases without changing posi
tion In' tho box, and this man l-'rleno
of thi'l Santa Claras Is supposed to
tlnow the ball any and everywhere
without an effort.
Shaqfer, the peer or all college ball
playcrj on the Coast, holds down tho
shortstop position In remarkable
This man favors Zcodcr. of
line, nnd Is a baseball rcvola-
himsclf. Critics, amateur and
profesMonnl, marvel at his work, 'nnd,!
rimn Ml accounts, local boys .wlll
have t' look lively or they wy sleep
rail. Ilo Is a duplicate of tho
great Mai Chase of National League
faine. IKaet as a blue streak Is this
snmigrfpr, negotiating tho classic
hundnj In ten flat and Jumping 55
feet in' the broad. Ills record for
the season of 1908 shows him clip
ping -he sphere for 22 games at tho
icmarkablu average of .520.
Wh lo nil this may bo of Interest
to the fans of Honolulu, teams heio
tunc ,Jome pretty llvo men them
selvci Take, for Inslnncc, Kvcrs.
This llttlo shortstop, while not hold
ing hh own, perhaps, with Shaefcr
on thj halting list, can certainly go
some' himself In his small stamping-
Betting It like their three meals u
i ly, In a sort of an educational line.
' ho team Is in lino condition for tho
chining season. Leaving Ban Krnn
ilsco tomorrow, tboy nio duo hero
.bout tho 7th. A fow days' hard
iractlso on tho leaguo grounds will
i oon put tho finishing touches on
Jnythlng that iuuy bo lacking after
heir sea trip down. No doubt many
'f tho betting public will ho on hand
o .eo tho bos try uut.
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IUTC0ME OF SERIES
DEPENDS ON SAINTS
Tim disposition of tho first series
of tho Honolulu llusoball Leaguo
Efcnis to bo pretty much up ttl tho
. ""'J H not "" " '" "'i
' ,u"1"10"1 '" camo somo wcoks ago
on "t001"1' "' ruin, this series would
bavo been Ihioiigh last Saturday. Ilut
now the Puns and tho Saints hino
ono game to play, and a win for tho
Puns means that they must play oft
lesulta with tho Jewels. On tho oth
er hand, a win by thu Saints means
that tho torlos Is pan, ami tho Dia
mond Heads uro winners' by, a good
"Will tho SitlntJ play their beht
game?" asks somo fan.
"Yes," Is the verdict of most of
the hasebnll public. "They will play
to tho last ditch, no matter who thoy
would llko to seo win."
Natuially, things nro very uncor
tain Just now: thov have been ho nver
l.ir Hnrf.. n,n M.,in.u win ,.i,7, .i,
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STANDlNa OF EMIIES
California State League.
San .lose ,20
Kresno ...' 18
Santa Cruz II
Pacific Coast League.
Los Angeles 35 .10
Portland , ,1t 29
Oakland 32 31
San Kranclsco 33 38
New York 27
St. Louis 22
Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 3.1 21 .(ill
Cleveland 31 23 .371
St. Louis .11 21 .501
Detroit 28 25 i528
Now York 24 29 .453
Philadelphia 21 29 .153
Iloston 25 32 .1.19
Washington 20 33 .377
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AALA PARK GOSSIP
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Here Is the dlffcicnco between a
Palama batter and n Chinese Aloha:
1). Kcaloha went to lint flo times for
tho I'alainns nnd made five base lilts
olio single, three 2-baggcrs, nnd
ono 3-sackcr, while J. Wong, for the
Alohas, was at bat five times and
fanned the air fifteen times.
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Out of tho half-dozen pitchers who
have twirled at different times for
tho Chinese Alohas this year, J. Ha
Yup, an old-timer, is tho only on
who pitched a winning game to the
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Hobt. Parker pulled In a "beaut"
at center field In tho ganio between
tho Chinese lads and tho Kaalas. It
was ono of tho prettiest running
catches of the reason.
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St. John, the Ding Dong pitcher,
was a good addition on tho coaching
line. Ho dcllvcicd goods thut pleased
tho several thousand fans at Aula
C. Aklna Is making good in tho
Iioy und has good prospects ahead of
him. Ilo Is tho slab aitlst for tho
Chinese A. C.
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Tho Itlversldo llascball League will
held u regular meeting Thtiisdiiy
evening at the offices of A. L. C. Al
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I'utlor, who was Injured In last
Sunday'r. gamo when playing for the
Kaal.is, Is teportcd to bo well ugaln.
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MrShanc and Townscnd battel
their first ball lu the stream during
Sunday's gamo with tho Palamas.
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A. L. C. Atkinson was ugaln pres
ent at tho games after an absence of
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Tho Chlncso Alohas' tin nro takos
place at tho K. of P. Hull ou thu 3d
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DANS PtR FAVORITE
The rumor that tho betting was 10
to S on tho Uans-Nclson light spread
like wildfire, and Tom Corbctt
thought that all tho mnnoy In tho
world was going to ho wngorcd on
(lans, so many pcoplo called to- put
down a chunk of tho yellow metal
ou tho colored champion. This caus
ed u chango In tho odds and 111 to 7
was chalkod up, but with eo much
Onus money In Bight and practically
no .Nelson monoy to cover It, thern Is
cfvory likelihood that the odds will
drop to 10 to 6 or 2 to 1 In the course
of tho next fow days. S. !'. Uullctlii.
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Hcsults In tho match play at Hale.
St. C. Illdgool, S3; J. S. Ornic. 88;
A. S Muhaulu, S8; H. Johnson, 90;
J. Little. 88; A. K. M. Todd, 90.
for tho pennant. This method was
found oljlcnclous In tho cuso of the
Kams only a week ugo; u changed
llnc-up won them tholr game with
the Saints beyond a doubt.
Tho results of tho games lust Sat
urday puts Kd. roniuudcz ut tho head
of the hatting list, ub ho hit well
again, and Harney Joy, with whom he
was I'.it'lju; for Urn I honors, fell down,
tn 1 li tt (tvtoiil Hint hit lust a number
of notches on that batting average.
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KENNEL W RULES
Tho Hawaiian Kennel Club has
adopted a set of rules, additional In
those of tho American Kennel
I. No dog will bo received after 11
a. in. on Monday, July L'n, 190S.
II. Tho managers will use dun ill)
Igcnco for tho caro and safely- of all
dogs exhibited. Watchmen will bo,
Kept on duty day und night; but it
must ho distinctly understood by all
exhibitors that tho management will
not be rcsponslblo for loss or dumago
to any dog exhibited, whether tho ic-
suit of accident or other c.uiip.
III. It Is desired that with o.ich
entry tho exhibitor iitnto tho price lor
which ho will Bill his dog, pioWdod It
Is for sulo. All traiisuctlous miihl lit
between the owner cr his icprci - riitn -
tlvo and tho ptiiclusvi. Tho Secio
tmy or Superintendent, unless ic-
n;ucsted, wi I not lnt:ifuru nor iisbiiiiio
any rospondblllty in thu matter.
IV. Kach exhibitor vlll recelvo a
ticket of Idcntlflcatioa fo. all dogs en
tered which must bo carefully pre
served, as no dog will hu permitted to
pass out of thn building at night until
Its owner i.lmll deposit $5.00 and sur
render tills ticket to tho check clerk,
both of which will ho returned on the
leturn of tho dog next morning before
10 o clock. It prize-wluncrs aro taken
out and not returned, tho prizes
awarded them will lo forfeited. A
icason ticket will be Issued to each
exhibitor, free, and will bo for his or
her Individual uco only. Tho ticket
will bo 'orfoltcd If transferred.
V. No dog will ho iccelvol unloss
supplied with a strong collar and
VI. Whenever It Is posslblo, two or
more dogs of tho tnmo breed entered
by ono exhibitor will bo benched to
gether; provided, a request to that cf
feet Is made In I he entry form at the
time of enteilng. Positively no io-
finest to butch dogs together will bo
entertained after entries nro cloteil.
VII. Tio fchow will ,bo opened from
10 a. m. to 10 p. in. each duy.
VIII. The Judging will commence
promptly July 21, at 2 p. m. Dining
tho hours of Judging no dug shall ho
tnkrii fiom Its htall, not even by Its
owner, and If any iluii Is not found lu
Its stall when called for by thu Judgu
75c. Per Mont
I tho Judgo will proceed will-out It. Tb'
llliu will DO UKIJl iriiuiijii, uiui in
Judging may not Ho ictuid.'d. Ott.ici
arc rcmiottert to bo nnnr to their dofi.
Tint! who'i tho class lu culled lo li.lii
tli, li ii.ilmritil Itttn III,. In.! l,,tr I. ii
Cluli.'in 1(1 nbsenco of thr ti'vuer. at' r.t.
lints will tako Iho dog Into tho rhr;.'
IX. No dng shall be pi ninii ill" '
removed ft out tho biilhUug until )3
o'clock ct Tliursiday ulglt. July 2:. i
cupt by CDUseut of lliu Supoihitcirlci
X. Tho flench Snow (.onimlttc
serves the light lo icruso cnlrl
from, o.a Isduo tickets to, iviy pert"
or persons they may th'nk fit to
olu !o from tho show, aid 10 rci.'O
from Iho thow any pew n ur b , i
Iir'ihuis which npp" .r in '.u l i '.
I XL Kxulhltors w.'!! be r'lcvi-I
cmmtUo their il'iss ft am 7 t i 10 n. l)
only, and f, to U p. m., and mi dog wl
ltio yi'millluij off thu bench exei-pt ,liv
Ins thoso huirs. Oihcrwl--.thu Ku
pcrliilendtnt -111 seo Ihi't limy u;i v
crclitd. 'ihls ntlo will be .Igljlv
XII.-An entry feo of ?V wi! ',
chuiged fcr orch dog cnlci'-d lb or
clana, anJ f 1.00 for orch ad''ltl .ii.
XIII. Iho Secieta-y his x cuip,
rhniKo of Iho innnnRcnio i ol lb 1 1- io.'
In nil ptr Iciilms. Tho llei ell rtho
Committee will meet at f! p n. ieli
day for cnihldorallon.of uv b itl-cr
properly cilllng lor Its nlteu.loi. Atl
complaint:, limit bu lu writh g iu
buiKlod tn tho Secretaiy bet n In lb
coiiEldered by tho Uunih Sln.v C u
The Fle:t Is coming,
up the City.
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