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Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q "p f TJ ITI Q Wrestling
Boating U I J II 1 U Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
FOR FLEET SPORTS
Regatta At Waikiki-
Field Meet And
The nrlous iihnsca of athletic en
tertainment (or the Klcct were gono
Into at sonic length jesterday after
noon nt it meeting of the Sports
Committee held In the offices ot
Clialrmiin A. I.. C. Atkinson. The
meeting nb held to recche the rc
iurt8 of the Bulicommlttees In chnrge
ot arloua departments of sport.
Committees were urged to hnvo
their sclieduleH nrrnnged In n few
days, ns they nro needed for the prep
aration of a program.
Clialunan Paul Super of the Coin
mlttea on Klcld Sports reported that
a field meet has been ananged, In all
Its details, open for men from the
city and from the Pleet, gold, silver,
and bronze medals being offered for
the winners. The appropriation ot
fSfiO for this branch of sport Is
A proposition to gle money as
prizes to the bailors was turned
down. This would destroy the ama
teur standing of ccry man taking
part In the meet and would prevent
man local men from turning out.
Chairman George ot the Commit
tee on Koutball reported that ho has
25 plajcrs on the string, but has not
had them out at work, as It Is doubt
ful whether the proposed games will
come off at all. He further reported
that J. C. Anderson Btands ready to
put n sockcr team In the field at any
time. It vwih moved and carried to
put the airangements for a socker
game, It one Is to be held, In the
hands of the Intercollegiate Football
C. I". Chllllngworth, chairman of
the Uaseball Committee, reported
that he could put into the field four
teams an afternoon, If necessary or
desirable? and suggested four games
oh one afternoon, two at Aula 1'arL
and two nt Kiipiolanl Park, and four
games the following afternoon, two
at Atkinson Park and two at the
League grounds. National teams
hue also been booked.
No admission will be charged to
Raines. About nil that the S250 ap
propriation Is needed for is to buy
new balls, and meet other Incidental
items. A. I.. C. Atkinson suggested
that as many games as possible bo
played lit Aula Park, as tho largest
crowds uttend there, and he further
suggested that a part ofthe appro
priation bo used for the improvement
ot theso grounds.
Nothing will be done definitely
about boxing, wrestling, tug-o'-wnr,
and other Indoor sports, until Super
intendent of Public Works Marston
Campbell has been consulted In re
gard to securing the old flshmarkct
for the purpose.
Owing to the icslgnatlon of Sam
Johnson as chairman n number ot
names wero, suggested of men to fill
Tils place, among them being Colonel
Jones, Joel Cohen, "and II. M. Ayrcs.
The appointment is to bo left to A.
I.. C. Atkinson, the chaiiman ot the
General Committee on Sports.
The Committee on Doat Knees had
no representative at the meeting cj
teidu. However, it was stated that
the Pleet will want no boat-racing in
tho bay while It is here, and it whs
moed and can led to use the SI, 000
nppioprlntlon which was originally
to have been used for such a rnce,
to givo a big regatta at Waikiki
beach, to Include canoe races, surf
riding, and piobably some Japanese
Tho harbor races, which have been
made serond choice to tho regatta at
tho bench, wero originally to hnvo
been tho big events In tho Bports lino
whllo the Fleet was here.
Those present yesterday wero Mes
srs. Atklncon, Super, l)ru, Chilling
woith, Shoba, C. Carter, N. Fernan
dez, nnd C, George.
n n n
A sailor pugilist was killed In n
boxing contest at Philadelphia re
cently In a bout with n professional
boxer by being struck over tho heart.
Prlvnte Ilngan of tho marines and
John Hogan of the Qunkei City were
the contestants and many of the oin
ccis and enlisted men had assembled
nn tho deck of tho Mississippi at tho
League Island Navy Yard to see tho
go. It was in the third round that
Hagan received, tho blow which caus
ed his death,
Larliae Will Be Scratch
It Is understood hero that handi
caps in the Trnns-Paclflc Yacht Unco
will bo about onc-hnlf an hour n foot.
This means, then, that the Lurllno
will bo scratch boat when tho gun
for the start of the long sail, begin
ning on the Fourth, Is fired by Pres
ident ltooseelt. It is calculated by
a jnchtsman here that the Hawaii
.will hae ten hours' lend, and the
I Lady Maud the same, when It comes
to the hnndlcapplng.
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The movements of the Gwendolyn
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nciu u BlUlll'I Ilt'I IIUUUIUllI! 19 UlllCU'
lated nt twenty hours oer tho
A set of. Biennis Is to be arranged,
and announced later, so that the pub
lie may know as soon as posslblo
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sight. Tho signals are to bo blasts
of the whistle, but the number to de
note eqc)i separate boat must be de
Tho time of the boats Is to be Ink-
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en as they cross nn imaginary lino
established off Diamond Hcud. Dur
ing tho,dn the lookout at the Dia
mond Head station will be on tho
watch to get this time. At night,
after about the 14th of the month,
the yncht club will keep n man at
Diamond Head at night, so as to
catch tho tfme of the boats. In case
they cross the line between dark and
Dlsquletjng reports come from tho
Coast that the Guendoljn has al
ready sallq! for this port and that
the Lady llnud, may not start, on nc
count "Vt Insufficient funds with
which to gt her equipped.
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Santa Clara To Bring
Good Soot bpaw
:' Down Here
Considering tho fact that few
southpaws 'are now pitching in this
j place, and that the big leaguers' are
'used to BtrJklng at right-handed men
this season, Sahtn Claia will hao a
cry decided, purchase in playing here
with her trusty old southpaw, Clcon
P. Kllburn, on tho firing line. This
man can shoot them down from the
wrong slda In great shape; has n
cross-lire, nnd the cunes which only
the left hand artist can unwind.
In fact, Kllburn Is rather it re
mnrknblo twlrler. Ho has lost very
few games in the past three years,
duilng which time ho has been tho
man on tho mound with Santa Clara.
And not only that, but he Is the can
dy kid with the big stick, for a pitch
er. He has bingled the ball to the
chorus of .325 this enr, nnd it he
keeps up this gnlt when ho blows In
to Honolulu ho will certainly be do
ing some batting, which will not eas
ily bo duplicated here among twirl
crs unless ifls by Joy or Hamilton,
for"Haui" Is hitting tho pill In tho
pouch this year, and no mistake.
Dig Kennedy holds down the comic
end of things for Santa Clara. Ken
ned, who hangs out around the out
Held, and who Is one of the huid hit
torn of tho Coast intercollegiate buse
ball world, U, in fact, quite a kldder.
An enthusiast!: fan at a recent game
asked, him what are the choice seats
at a baseball game. "Grit" doffed
his enp nnd said the receipts. He
o Ideally had not heard ot the Ho-
Inolulu Newspnper League.
This same man, who knows the nt-
tractUe end of baseball, also knows
how to smash tho sphere on tho seam
.100 so far this year, nnd that Is
a tt a
Hnny Whitney won tho weekly
shoot of the Htwullnn Gun Club es-
tenia)' at Kakaako traps.
1 first Instance he tied with
, and I. Spalding, the tluee securing
nine lilrdq iplece, with Whitney -on
u niiiiuiiap oi iwo in ma suuoi-uji,
Whitney scored six, straight birds and
the others five straight birds.
The open 'season for doves started
' )esterday. The birds are now rather
scaice, and tho sport consequently
poor, Theie was a time when a
gieat many doves wero to be found In
tho rice Holds, but for some-reason
thei hao been getting less In num
bu duilng the lait few )eaiu.
I Maharaptih Kumar of Cnoch Debar,
India, has left Now York after tourlns
tho city In nn auto accompanied by his
' brother, -n Cornell student.. ,
ON FOR TOMORROW
Two Nights of Flslic
Sport Now On
Tho ten-round boxing bout sched
uled to take place ut the Aloha Ath
letic Club tomorrow night, between
Kahnulello nnd Soldier Piatt, is all
tho talk In sporting circles just now.
Knhaulello stands today the cham
pion boxer ot the Ilnwnllans, a man
."ho ha. won all hi. fights by the
j knock-out route nnd who la confident
of his ability to keep on winning
from much better men than he has
"I know what I can do," ho sa)s.
when question us to his chances with
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tho Fort Shatter boxer. "The Wild
Bwnn" Is alvn)B In flno condition
and has been boxing steadily since
tho Inception of the Kalanlanaole
Athletic Club. He will go in the
ring tomorrow night n vastly Im-
'proved boxer from what he was a
couple of )ears ago.
Soldier Piatt Jumped Into fistic
prominence by his slashing six-round
go at the Orpheum with Frank Mur
phy, Mnny who saw that contest
nie flim In 'their belief that the ver
dict should hno gone to the falr
Kver since Decoration Day, Plntt
has been doing light work and tak
ing the best of care of himself with
n view to another match, and now
that match has presented Itself In the
shape of Kahaulello
The'bos at the Fort took to see
Plntt win the bout and will bo great
ly disappointed If ho fails to make
good tomorrow night.-
The four-round preliminary tomor
row night between Mnnuel Neuter
nnd Ernest GcorgcVwill Introduco n
couple ot new boxerrf to the local pub
lic. These bos nro all right with
the cloves and their bout will be
well worth seeing.
The six-rounder tomoirow night
between Oakley and Richardson of
Fort Shatter looks liko tho real
goods. Tho soldiers arc cry evenly
matched and the chances are that the
spectators will be treated to six
rounds ot fast scrapping.
Mike Patton will referee tho bouts
which will bo held at the Midway
The sale ot tickets will commence
tomorrow morning In Fitzputrlck's
cigar store at the corner of Fort and
Hotel streets. Iloxlng will commence
ut 8:30 p. m.
In connection with tho boxing at
tho Midway Theater, vnudevljlo and
tug-o'-wor will bo on the tapis, be
fore the bouts begin. Tho two added
attractions vill be pulled off simul
taneous!). On the opening night.
Trldny, a team from the Fourth Dis
trict and a team composed of local
marines, will pull for honors, and on
the following evening a team from
the Fifth District will haul against
A letter was recolvcd this morning
from Wntluku, ncceptlni; the propo
sition of the Diamond Heads for a
game thcio on Simda, tho 5th. And
tho ball-plajers on Maul further say
that the Jewels must go down ex
pecting n rub, and must not bo sur
pilscd It they are beuteu.
lie this ui It may, the Maul aggro-
cctlon will bo n good ono. The nlteh-
ur i not known In Honoluld. but
I bome of ng 8lII,I)0rt aie. Ilento la
tho unknown twliler. On the kej
stono suck Is A. M. Nowell, who Is
known to tho local men us a good
player, and a veiy hard hitter, who
knows the gnme. II. English, ot
Aala fame, will do tho honors on
tli It il sack, nnd V. Ayau, tho former
ciuck shortstop of tho Chinese Alolins
who rondo nl) sorts of pinposltluns
this j ear to come into the big league,
will bc at short fur Wnlluku.
Tho line-up they sent It: W. K.
IU1, c; C. P. Ilento, p; Joe Crockett,
llii, A. M. Nowell. 2b; II, English,
3b; V. Aynu, bs; John flarcla, It;
Wm. Morris, cf; J. Klal, rf.
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Iloston has put Jimmy McIIulo on
tho market, Crimith delivered the
roods so nobly that Iloston can. let
Mcllalo piny elsewhere. Jimmy Is a
splendid fielder. Ho is fast on tho
bnsc3 but is hurdl) In Cr.nath's class
at swinging tho club and outflcldem
must hit tho bnll If they oxpect to
stick In the big leagues. It Is dlffci-
cnt with an Inflelder,
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Tho Aala A. C. baseball nggiegn-
tlon, under the captaincy of M. Cor-1
lea. and ninnngcd by Sum Hop, tho'
local Celestial pugilist, will depart
for Walmea, Kauai, on tho Kinuu
this oventng, to play n series ot
games with tho tennu on tho Garden
Island. Airangements hue also been
made with the Walmea people for a
concert and dunce to bo ghen In that
lllago on tho night ot the Fourth
ofJul), pioceeds from which will bo
for tho benefit ot tho Aula Club.
Sam Hop, who defeated Jockey
Willis nt a recent boxing contest In
the Oipheum hcio, Is scheduled to
give nn exhibition of his nbllltlcs
with tho gloves preliminary to the
concert. Sam will have a Kauai pu
gilist us his opponent.
Tho first gnme wilt tako placo on
the Fourth of Jnly nt. tho Walmea
diamond. The Aula team will be
mudo up m follows: Clement, c;
Corieu, p; Hoopal, lb; Kuin, 2b; A.
Asam, 3b; C. Mark, bs; G. Holt, rf;
Sam Hop, tt; and Hull, If. Akuuu
and a few others will accompany the
team as substitutes, In case Sam
Hop's Specials defeat the WalnTea
team thoy will faco a picked team
fiom oil Kauai. A purso has been
offered by the citizens ot Kauai fui
tho game which will Jnko plnco on
tho Fourth, nnd Sum Hop Is confident
of pocketing It.
Tho history of tm Aula A. C. Is a
brief ono. In 1V07 Sam Hop, the
KING AND BETHEL SIS.
piomotcr of the Hhcmldo 'Junior
League, oiganlzed tho teum whl h
won the championship of that bnf tin
during Its first season. Ilemnul 1 e
lekollo, who Is connected ".111 uc.i ly
eei) baseball luiguu he e, wits tie
pre3Mu!it of tho league i't that tine
nnd It was through liU famous de I
ilou on tho Chlno3o Alohiib' protest
that tho Aalns won the Illinois fiom
the Aloha Juniors; who lefused to
play tho Aalns. Kolekollo decided
the gnme by default In f.no.1 of tho
Rollle Zoldor Is loading tho bapue
In stolon bases bo far that tho other
playcia seen left ut tho poi t. Tho
Seals' ciVmt shortstop h in stolen 10
bases to fa? this season, which Is n
lonsntlonal recold. Han Wagner
stolo 61 bat.es lust Benson, which was
the 1 irgo3t numboi purlolied b any
pla ci, In either tho Nutlon.il or
American I. eigne. Cobb led the
Amei lenn with 49 stolen Ihilc, and
Magce was second to Wnnnorwith IC
and Flick vns second to Cobb In t la
American I.caguo with -It. At his
present gnlt Zolrier will ouUhl'io
Wagner by u huge majority.
A dispatch Iiub been sent out fiom
'Grand Hnplds stating that Ketchel
bus ngreed to box ton louiids on July
Fouith for Frank L)mh of Grand
Knplds, who Is trying to get Tony
Capon I or Hugo Kelly ns nn'dppm
out fur tho mlddlo-wclght Uianfplon.
Or nnd Ilnplds Is Kotchcl's homo (own
nnd ns ho lias never appeared In a
fistic cncountci them tho people iiul
uially nro anxious to ceo li'm perform.
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