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GOOD BASEBALL ON
FOR FANS TODAY
Beer Burg Boys and the
Jesuits Mix It
The team of tlio cruiser Milwau
kee, Itnoun familiarly as the Pnbst
Push, Is to play liall this afternoon
nt i) clock with the bojs from San
ta Clara College.
"Tlic- men who sport the name ot
the liocr hurg have tlemonstrntoil
that the) can play ball, anil they ex
press ecry confltlcnco In tlic outcomo
of tlio match today. In fact, they
hac a right to be confident, ns they
liac one of the coolest pitchers ever,
on a ill iinonil In the person of Sco-
gar, anil he has a support which nny i
pitcher might wlih to b.icx up his
On tlio other li mil. Santa data I
ulll nut nn hnr fninlllnr tnutl tmlnt '
this afternoon with tlic full intention
of winning out hantlll). These fel
lows arc showing the effect ot, prac
tice now; the) hail not platil fori
three months when they hit tho
town. The) nrc getting their e)es
on tho ball. They aro also getting
Into the best of drilling form. I
It will, liu gooil baseball, all light.
KNK OF SERUS
Tho schedule of ball cimes cocr-
In-j the rest of the "trlnnglo" Ecanon cals will be pitted against cich other
was arranged jestonla) at n meeting tho contest should provo Interesting
rf tho League. Tho Oliinond Heads In the extreme.
.mil tho Santa Clara bunch will play It has been decided that the locals
against caih other Sunday, and it Is will send an aggregation to Maul
tho opinio i of Captain IMilIo I ernnn- next month to rompcto against the
dez that In case ho and his men win, I team there Muul was nil to tho
a giino will bo further arranged nirtgood lait )ear, winning tho chnm
theso two teams at tome tlmo bo-' plonshlp. All of the Honolulu polo
tween tho two seasons. ponies will be shipped to Mnul next
The Santa Claras uro alto picked week,
to play the All-IIawalis a game, and I ' HUH
the All-Haw alls aio to go up OKalnt-t
Oahus To Play On
Local and Maui
Notwithstanding the light attend
ance at the polo games at Kaplolanl
Park during the last series pla)ed
here, tho followcis of this Kingly
sport hac not lost Interest In the
game, nor hac they given up hope
that the public will also talto un In
terest. llocor. It was gencratly
understood that one of the main rea
sons for the small attendance at tho
games of late was tho poor condition
of the field at Kaplolanl Park. It
w'as full of sand patches, and was
an) thing but fast
To clrcutmcnt this, all of the polo
ponies of Honolulu liac been trans
ferred, or will be today, out to tho
old grounds at Mounnlun, where tho
best polo lipid, f lorn nlmost every
point of lew. In the world Is situat
ed. The local horsemen nrc practicing
ccy Tuesih), Thursday, nnd Satur
day afternoons. This coming Satur
day a match will bo pla)cd at Moana-
lua, and as tho cracks among the lo-
UPSET AT Li
Americans Flunk In the
Sprints, But Capture
American Athletic traditions have
been somewhat shattered In the re
sults nt thH ear's Olympic games.
Athletes from the States have usual
ly been conceded supremacy In tho
sprint events, and hnc In turn usu-
ally conceded supremacy In longer
distances to English athletes, nut
this )cnr tho Americans lost out In
the 100-mctcr race, which has been
considered usually as a sure thing
for the Yankees, and gathered hon
ors In the longer distances, ttouin
Africa furnished tho man who snatch
cd tho splint honors from tho Amer
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TELEPHONE 1189. P0T1IE &. SOUS HONOLULU
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FRESH REASON'S CHUTNEY, P0HA AND QUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
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WHITE SOX HAKE
the Jewels, who nrc showing up as
among the crj strongest of tho lo
cal teams. One of the most Important social
The schedule from this week-end eents ot this week will bo the dnnco
on Is as fallows' Iwhlch will take place ut the K. of P.
Aug. E Kelo . Diamond Heath; hall this Saturday night, gleu for
St. I.ouls b Santa Clarn. the benefit of the Honolulu White
Aus. S Pltkid team s. Diamond Sax, one of the liitctt athletic oigan
Heads; Kelo vs. Santa Clara. halloas lieio. Sim Hop, who has
Aug. 13 Saints vs. Puns (post- jmado a good man) friends nmong tho
poned gamo); All-Hawalls vs. Santa different athletic clubs here. Is tho
prnnotcr of this l cw organization,
tho mldillo of Augunt, tho pln)ers and
the fins will probably tuko a rest.
They Have Arrived
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Ihls rplcgatos tho deciding ot tho whli.li will enter n team this ,) ear In
Hist series of tho Honolulu Dasebill the Knlanlanaolo Ilnseliall League.
League, which depends on tho out-1 The dnnco , will start promptly nt
ciime of thli St. Louls-Punahou game, 8 p. m. and tho popular Kawalhau
to the beginning, almost, ot the sec- nice Club will furnish the music. It
cud scries ot tho icgulnr league 'is probable, that one of tho popular
panics 'promoters of amateur baseball will
During tho two "weeks following bo rccucstcd to ilclher an address of
welcome to those attending, previous
to the dance, as Sam Hop wishes to
havo someone do n little talking for
the benefit of his newh organized
club. Titty cents will ho charged for
gentlemen, and ludlca will be ntlmlt
tc 1 frco.
Tho following members constitute
tho committee In thnrcc of tho
timet: Sam Hop, chairman; C. Wa-
klti nnd S. Altai. Oflkera of tho
ilub nro: Sam AK.il, president; Dr.
K. V. LI, Uco president; C. Wnklta,
toerctar); A. Guorrcro, treasuror;
and II. Akl, auditor. Sam Hop Is
manager of tho baseball team, with
727 the famous "Nippon," J. Notle), ns
np. J.. 11, I.UW1H JVElUrUl!, Jill 1 LJlUBUll
'j18 Sureshot, pn)lngu good pilco fin this
twin nitie uu til niirsciiesn. no will
train tho pony for polo.
st n ::
Illlly Madden tin's taken Sailor
llurko under his wing and thinks he
Pacific Coast Lcaeue
Los Angeles C2 42
Porllihd 47 4 i
San I'rnnclsco Gl 61
Oiklnnd 13 SC
California State League
Stockton 28 7
Sacramento 21 9
Sin Joso 24 9
Prcsno 21 13
Santa Cruz 27 17
Alameda 13 2.1
San rianclsto 4 30
Oakland 2 31
Chicago 41 28
Pittsburg 40 u0
Now York .. 43 32
Cincinnati 40 3fi
Phllndolphti 31 3G
Iltnton 33 42
UrooMjn 2S 4a
St. Louis 28 tG
St. Louis II
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C. H. BEHN
LONDON, Eng , July 22. Com
parative gloom pervaded the Ameri
can camp tonight. The athletes Trom
over the seas had strongly cherished
hopes of rcpeitlpg ycsterdn)'s grand
record making a clean sweep In tho
track events, but a dark horse. In tho
person ot tho South African joutli,
It. K. Walker, upset tho calculations.
Walker broke tho tape In what Is
considered tho most Important event
In tho 01)inplc guncs, tho 100-meter
dash, a short two feet In front of J.
A. Rnctor, the University of Vlrglnlu
crack, thereby putting an end to tho
astonishing succession of American
triumphs which had begun to sadden
Shoulder nnd Bhoulder, Walker,
Rector, and tho Canadian star Kerr
ran down tho straight courso with
Cartmell, tho Pennsylvania sprinter,
clos.c behind. At tho halt-way mark
Yfnlkcr forged slightly ahead, but at
tho tape less than a )nrd separated
the first three men, with tho Cina
tllau only a few Inches behind tho
Virginian In third place.
Tho American team did remark-
ahl) well nt the stadium today, but
euccess had elated them to tlio point
whcie they were satisfied with noth
ing Ichs than over) thing in sight. A
world's record by C. J. Itacon of tho
Irl:h-Amcilcin Athletic Club In tho
400-motcr hurdles, which he won In
GG isctonds; an Olympic iccoid ot 21
feet C 1-2 Inches by F. C. Irons of tho
Chicago Athletic Association In tho
running bioad Jump, and the victory
of U. S Dolo of Yule In the feathei-
welght wrestling out of seven finals
should bo a satisfactory da)'s per
foimnnce. LONDON, Eng, July 13. Ilttlit
Interfered badly with tho opening of
tho fourth international Olympic
games by the King nt the stadium at
Shcpards Hush. The, attendance fell
shoit of expectations. In sonio o(
tho events, too, the contestants np
peuicd affected by tho adverse weath
er conditions, hut In otner events,
pnitimlarly tho lGOO-metcr rnce, in
which the gicntest Interest centered,
tho mon woie up to their form' and
twice dining the afternoon tho rec
ord for the distance was smashed.
Mclvln W. Shepard of tho Irlsh-Amer-lcnn
Athletic Club of New York wns
tho first to nccompltsh tho trick
when, In tho second heat, pressed by
his team-mate, J. P. Halstead of tho
New York Athletic Club, he ran tho
distance, in the splendid time ot 4:03,
Just two-fifths of a soconil faster than
that made by J. D. Llghtbody of tho
University ot Chicago at the Olympic
games of St. Louis In 1901.
Tho two Americans in this heat
beat n number of good men, includ
ing G. Iluttcrfleld, the English four
mile champion, who finished u bud
I J. P. Sullivan ot tho Irlsh-Amcrl-
nas uio noxt miuuicwcignt cnampion. can Athletic Club and Llghtbody,
Madden seconded lluiko when ho,wi,n nrn first uml eornmi rrsi.oet.
I..'.. . . .. " T. ----- -- -
knoqked out Jim Savngo recently In ,lvoly. In the first hent of this nvont,
New York in threo rounds, and waB'tnnb inm.nr in nsr n. ,n... ...
Va. l" l,ml,reRS0(1 ln ll, showing the sail- the) wero not pressed and doubtless
til or lmt "' that " ta,kcrt business could have tlono better If It hnd boon
villi him lmmcdliitol). Madden Is
necessary. Meadows of Canada sot
out to mnko tho pace In this ovent,
'now sounding soma of tho Ewtcrn
Pet. clubs nhout putting llurko on with but Llghtbody went to the fiont ln
.G87 Illlly Papko. Tom Sharkoy Is tho 'the stretch nnd seemed a likely win-
.G87 "gent" who put tho bug In Mndilon's lner until Sulllvun with n uno hurst
.GfiO ear that llurko was inado of tlio right of tpced passed him a fow )ards from
.GI7 i.uterlal. tho tave.
It tt It
Jake Schucfcr, billiard champion
foi )e.irs nnd now nil but hopelessly
a a tt
Jack Mcrndden Is soon to return
to the Coast to mix up with Abe At
.382 111 nt his home on tho North Side nt tel, while the lattei Is tiainlng for
Philadelphia JC 30 ,D00 ,
lloston 34 41 .153
Washington 28 4G .384
Now York 29
ti it tt
Whon Kid Mt.Paitluntl and Matty
Matthews weie In the height ot theh
taieeis as lightweight boxers they
wore under the management of Jack
Doughcit), tho HinoLljn spotting
man The) uio still under Dmigher-1 Copies of the B u 11 e t i n ' s Fleet
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Chicago, was teudcied a htg benefit
on tlio afternoon of July II, tho nf
fiili taking the shape of n baseball
da) nt Chuillo Comlske) White Sox
his coming fls-ht with Owen Moran
a : r
Tho Mailbes fiom Camp Veiy de
feated tho men fiom the Arethusa
)c3teidn) b) a store of 25 to 8, In a
game of baseball.
ii n u
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