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Santa Claras Arrive
Amid Much Hilarity
CHEERED ON DOCK BY KEIO TEAM
The ball-plajcrs nro here. Santa
Clara arrived yesterday afternoon at
G o'clock by the Hllonlan, after tho
KcIob had come In, at 11 In the morn
ing, on the Korea. Welcomed at tho
pier by tho banznls of Kelo, tho
cheers of tho Honolulu men, and tho
melting strains of Merger's band, the
bunch breezily blew off tho boat, and
made a triumphal entry of the city
by means of a 'bus and a lot of sur
And now Is tlmo for the fans to bo
up and doing. Somo baseball Is go
ing to bo played.
Tho team was first announced by
wireless while tho boat was many
hours at sea. They wcro told, by tho
samo means, that a reception was be
ing planned for them, and that they
would have Merger's Itojnl Hawaiian
Band out to meet them, and somo oth
er things; but Uey took It for n
Still, they were met outside the
harbor by representatives of tho Ho
nolulu Baseball League In tho per
sons of Pat Glrason of tho Saints, V.
E. Stcore of tho PunB, and Ilert Dow
er, tho official umpire of the League,
besides representatives of tho local
"Wo hod a flno trip down," declar
ed tho fellows enthusiastically. "Tho
first night was a little rough, but
tho rest was all right. Well, this
town looks good!"
When tho Hllonlan approached the
dock, tho band began to play'Hawail
"Say," remarked ono of tho fol
lows, "that's tho prettiest music I
Hut tho strains Wcro soon Inter
rupted by the chccrlrig.
An immense crowd had collected
on the wharf to seo tho bojs.
, "Who nro tho fellows with the stu
dents' hats on?" queried one of tho
meli from tho Jesuit school.
"That's Kelo team," explained ono
of tho wise ones.
About that time, tho Kelo men,
with Bomo,of tho prominent local Jap
anese, turned, looso with "Ilanzal!
This was followed by tho Honolulu
ball-plajers, with thrco rousing
cheors for tho Saints and three moro
for tho Japancso team. Kelo ap
plauded. The men who came aro under tho
wing of McKenzle, the manager, and
Jarrctt, his assistant. Kllburn, ono
of tho p'ltchers(of the aggregation, is
tho last ear's captain, still in iho
scat of power, whllo M. Shafcr, on tho
receiving end of the battery, is tho
newly elected captain for tho coming
Tho line-up Is to bo: Frlen and
Kllburn, pitchers; M. Shufer, c; llro
dcrlck, lb; Peters, 2b; A. Shafcr, ss;
Uyrncs, 3b; Lappln, If; Kennedy, cf;
and Salberg, rf.
A largo number of fans Baw Kelo
work out yesterday. Tho men from
tho East showed up well, though It Is
not apparont that they have much
over the local mon. No ono, though,
wants to say they can't play bull.
Several opinions, expressed off
hand aro; "They show up all right."
"They do about as well as the local
boys." "They aro going to give us a
rub, at all events." All these come
from fans competent to judge.
Bert Ilowers had qulto a talk with
Kennedy of tho Santa Clara team yes
terday. Ho Boomed verj well satis
fled with tho .result last evonlng.
"Kennedy says they aro not antago
nistic," remarked Bert last evening,
"and that all they expected was fair
play. I think they are a One bunch
of players and that they will bo good
fellows to work with."
Ilarnoy Joy s to bo seen In tho box
Saturday for tho first tlmo In qulto a
while. Ilarnoy has been out working
faithfully lately, and ought to bo In
pretty good shape'.
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The Hllonlan was flying Santa Cla
ra pennants yestorday as she arrlvod
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HARVEY HAS CUP
Tho weekly handicap cup of tho
Hawaiian Gun Club goes permanently
to J. W. Harvoy. Yesterday ho won
tho weekly shoot of the club at Ka-
knako traps for iho third time, and,luonl of lroub,0 wlth ,,, baj nnKlo
according to tho rules by which the aml w, nMy Btaj. out 0, UlB
cup was being shot for. this makes unt u t cntlroiy Woll.
him Its rightful owner. J m. m
Haney won jesterday by a score t Fin Jjb prtntTne a Mm Bulletin.
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SV 0 It
ot 9 out of 10, the second man being
I. Spalding with 8 nut of 10, nnd tho
third man Harry Whitney with 7 out
This is the Inst of tho shooting nt
tho traps for possibly tho wholo jcar,
In competitions, though of courso ar-
lous members of tho ilub will bo us
ing tho traps all through tho year for
In enso the blrd-sliootlng out in the
fields is good, It Is cortnln that this
closes tho contests nt the Kakanko
traps; but if, as was tho case last
ear, the shooting out In the fields Is
bad, it is posslblo that tho weekly
shoots .will bo renewed Bomo tlmo In
VISITORS SHOW UP
WELL III WOHIS
At 0 o'clock this morning, the San
ta Clara ball placrs had their first
work out. And tiny did it nicely. If
the fans think Kelo can play ball after
teeing them work, thej certainly think
that tho bojs from California can tons
tho sphere somo.
Thoro Is no mlstako aliout ,0
ports which hao drifted hUhcrwnrd
iiuiii mi; ijUrtni iitiuiik uivou iviurno
They nro topical American bojs, with
all tho glngei, and tho demotion to tho
national gamo which makes the in
tlon peerless nt tho sport.
A good man) old frlunls huo been
foundry tho bo)u hero, and the) nro
enthusiastic ocr tho place. Jnrrctt
of tho Saints, who Is well known in
an athlcto here, has n brother In the
bunch, In the person of Assistant Man
ager Jarrctt, who officiates as tho nblo
lieutenant of Kennedy.
Eddlo Fernandez Is fond of telling
how tho Kclos bunt tho ball, and
with what case they apix.arcd to find
tho pitchers when tho Saints wcio on
their Japancso tour, and he sas that
somo pcoplo may bo surprised when
they seo 'tho visiting teams work out.
However, n good pnit of tho fans
nro loynl to tho locals. "We hao all
strong teams this )car," sajs Charles
Falk. "It doesn't mutter much which
ones play first. I think tho bojs will
get In nnd piny better ball than ccr
when the) get up against a hard prop
osition." Thoro Is somo talk now thnt It
would hao been better somo tlmo agi
to lia,o made tho four big lcaguo
teams here Into two teams, to Insure
enough placrs alwa)s being on baud
But the difficulty will bo oercomo, In
case a difficulty arises, when tho fleet
Is hero, and tho locals can bo com
blncd Itno nn all star team.
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EVERS OUT OF GAME
It Is much to be regretted In base
ball circles, nnd doubtless will bo tho
cnuso of not a llltlo regret to many
local fans, thnt Ecis, tho crack llt-
tlo shortstop of tho Jewels, who has
shone us tho bright particular star nt
that position In tho Honolulu Haso
ball League for seasons pant, is no
longor to bo seen In the game. Ho Is
out of It. Ily tho advice of tlio doc
tors, ho will play no moro hall not
Just now, at least.
Kddlo Fernandez, tho captain and
manager of the D, II. A. C , has been
for somo time worried avor tho poor
health of his fast inflcldor, and he
cently ho had Evers consult n doctor
In regard to playing ball. Tho doc
tor told Fernandez that Evers ought
not to play any more, nnd so the man
ager, though with great regret, gavo
up his man.
Sing Chong of tho Chinese Athlet
ics, for tho tlmo tho trlnngla scries
Is on hero, will hold down tho posi
tion for tho Diamonds. Ho Is a good
one, nnd will doubtless play a smash
ing gamo all through.
Though tho Kama wcro scheduled
to piny ball with tho Keios on Sun
day afternoon, this has been changed,
ns it will bo Impossible for tho native
bojs to get their men out on Sunday.
Instead, thoy will cross tho willow
with Santa Clara in tho second gumo
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YACHT MEETING POSTPONED
The yacht meeting which was on
for this evening has been postponed,
waiting for tho arrival of malls by
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Tlil 111.a1.1 to lifli Lr, Hnn,
'J,fird,tX mutW'rf ifahuMi i
Hllo Man Wants Ball
Tickets In Spite
Tho Japanese Kleet Entertainment
Commlttco will turn over $1700 to
the Wajs nnd Means Commlttco to
cover the expenses for free transpor
tation of tho men of tho Fleet. ThlJ
encouraging news was reported b) Dr.
T. Mltamunt this morning at tho
meeting of tho Entertainment Com
mittee. Tho committee, however,
felt that It was not within Its powor
to act upon the report nnd tho mat
ter Will thercfoie bo officially an
nounced at tho meeting of the Execu
tive Committee. Up to dato it is
known that tho Japancso hao sub
scribed S2300 for the I'lcct fund;
$000 will bo reserved for fireworks
nnd tho remaining $1700, to bo paid
over to tho Was and Means Commit'
Captain Itces reported that ho had
received n cablo from Admiral Sporry
advising him to send two auxiliaries
to Lnhulnu on July 15 to coal eight
battleships there. Captain Itces
thinks thnt four battleships will bo
coaled first nnd tho other four after
wards. Abrani Lewis, Jr., reported thnt he
had secured thirteen autos, seating
rc-'flf,y IIC0),ej for t,10 uso of 10 mcen
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These, It Is said, will
bo used on tho first day, for tho trip
to Pearl Harbor.
The Hall Commlttco reported tint
tho floor at tho Scasido and Monna
was ready for tho Decoration Com
mlttco. Mr. Van Vnlkcnburg was
placed In chnrgo of tho lunch counter
nt Pearl Haibor. Ily unanimous vote.
It was decided to Issno invitations to
tho Dclcgato Prlnco nnd Princess Kn
Innlanuole to tfio ball nt tho Moana
and Seaside. Tho commlttco will try
to secure n permit for tho officers of
tho Flcot to visit Ewa Plantation.
A report was mndo that tho Itnnld
Transit people wanted from tho com
mlttco threo cents for caoh fnio tor
tno transportation of tho uniformed
Iho Transportation Commlttco on
Entertainment will go down to Pearl
Harbor at 3:15 o'clock this nftornoon
to niiiko preliminary arrangement for
tho officers of the Fleet beforo they
Contrary to C. C. Kenned) 's letter,
which turned down the ball tickets
that wcro sent him for sale on Ha
wall, tho following letter, which Is
self-explanatory, was received by
Chairman F. L. Waldron. it reads:
Hllo, July 6, 1908.
1 Ii. Waldron, Esq , Chairman Sub
Commlttco Fleet Entertainment
Hear, Sic Herein And check for
$10, s.tmo being In pnmont for two
tickets for tho ball nnd reception gt
on In honoi of Iteai Admlial Sporty
and officers of his Fleet.
Yours Miry tiuly,
O. It. VICARS.
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Iho Commlttco on Hawaiian Wntor
Sports, to bo held whllo the Flcol is
here, met hiHt evening for Its flint
tlmo In the Elks' hall. It was decid
ed to spend about all of tho $000 ap
propriation for prizes. Mcmbors of
tho Outrlggor Club and tho Knmcha
mcha Aquntlc Club wcio iiskcd to be
prcsont to sccuro coopcrntlon. About
17 events wero scheduled. Including
n number of rnccsi On Monday, tho
Fleet will bo wirelessed, asking for
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Owing to tho amount of dlbc.io
among dogs In this place, tho show of
tho Iluwallnn Kennel Club, to bo hold
hero Immediately nflor tho 20th, has
been Indefinitely postponed, tho date
of the show to bo llxcd at a mooting
to bo hold this wcok. All entrain o
money will bo returned on applica
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Among tho first to congrntulato
Secrctnry Tuft upon his nomination
was Husk Chanco. Tho uoxt Presi
dent's brother, Charles P. Taft, Is n
part owner In tho Chicago National
Club, and both uro inlild funs.
Chance's message, which was In
behalf of the wholo team, was as fol
lows: 'Vou have tuado a homo run, with
tho bases full. Hearty congratula
tions from all tho Cubs and myself,
'THANK L. CHANCR,
Tho Chicago Cubs wcro beaten by
tho Troy Club or tho Now York
Stnte Lcnguo recently. Troy Is tho
homo of Johnny Evers, Chicago's fust
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Ycc Chan & Co.,
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ped off to glo his friends mid rela
tives n clianio to too him work. Tiny
ticntcd Hcrs to n surprlso by beat
ing his club 4 to 1.
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There Is no bnbcmnn In tho Pacific.
Co ist I.eaKuo or any other that tau
tag a runner quicker than Kid Mphl
er. Tho Kid Is a marvel at getting
tho ball on tho bnso runner. It tho
thiow Is wide of tho mnik. ho often
grnbs tho sphere with ono hand nnd
slnms it on his man. "Ho Is tho best
man I cvci saw tagging n runner,"
said Ilcltmullcr. "Mohlor gets tho
ball on jou beforo ou know It. How
ho docs It I don't know, but ho docs
It. If tho throw to heiuiid is high
ho will tako tho ball with onu hand
and slam it duwn."
"I agieo with jou," remarked Slat-
tery. "Mohlcr Is n star tagging babe
I Illinois. Ho handles the bill liko it
was n hot plato. 1 ncvci saw any
body who could bent him."
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Santa Cruz, Calif , .Iuno,27. Rlch
aid Wulzcr, the Oakland baseball
plajer who was injured Thurtday )y
being struck by a ball, was uncon
scious fourteen hours.
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with high bcholarshlp lionoia from
the Unlwrslty of California, vhcro
foi four j ears hu had been among tho
most popular students. Ho was prom
Incut III the athletics of tho Univer
sity, but his talent ran chiefly to
baseball, and during his last two
jeais In tho school ho was caiitaln ot
tho team. Ho Is ono of tho most pop
ular ball plaers in tho Stato Lcaguo
by icnson ot his gentlemanly bearing'
in nil tho contests In which ho par
ticipates. Ho has been captain ot tho
Oakland team foi two seasons and Is
ono of tho best first basemen In tho
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Hd. Walsh, the gicat Whllo Sox
pikhci, Is again leading (ho Ameri
can Lcaguo twlrlers. Walsh won
eleen of tho flrht foil! Icon games ho
pitched for Comlskoy this jear. 1C
ho keeps up this lick to tho end ho
may lanj off tho honors, though .Tohtj
ot tho Cleveland club Is running u
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tation of being a clean city. The only
way we can maintain some Ii by keep
ing at work. "