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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUO. 4, 1908.
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Vierra Strengly Favors
C. A. OKeio Game
"All that rumalns now Is for the
Honolulu League to ratlfj, mid tho
1 1 m oecil C. A. C.-Kclo camo will le
n ko," said A. K. Ylcrra, tho popular
Ithcislder, this morning. "I am wait
ing to sco IsenberB or some of tho
tmstcos now. It has practically been
assured, .Hid I have gone so far ns to
i;cl iinlforius designed for the Ilhcr
slilo Stars, who me t ofurnlsli n game
wllli the Santa Claras.
"This . Ill he .i good thing for both
the Hhcrfildc and tho Honolulu Dase
hull Leagues. We could fill tho
blcncheis at ltusiball Park with Aula
fans. It would be good sport, and no
"Wo feel that tho C. A. C'b can nut
up ns good a game as some of tho big
league teams, poislbly, and that they
would make a fine showing with tho
"On this Ratno day, wo want to Imvo
the Santa Claras play with a picked
tram of Ilhersldo placr?. which Is to
bo called tho Mtcraldo Stars.
"Aala Park has many thousands (t
enthusiastic fans. There can bo llttlo
doubt that tho Introduction of Aala
Park teams Into these t-.'inglo leaguo
games will hao a great effect In stlm
Ills piopoplsltlon lnolvcs the
bchcmo of pitting against each other
on the diamond two great nations,
China and Japan. Tho Chinese Ath
letic Club, which has come into tho
limelight recently through u proposi
tion to play hall with Santa Clara,
which has been distorted Into 1i re
ported challenge, Is a ery tportsman
like body of plajors, headed by ono of
the clc crest catchers in this city. Oil
Kul Kurni, of Punnhou fame. They
would piobably open the ejes of tho
legulnr lights of tho Uwa bleachers.
As for the RUersIdc Stms. It Is well
known that tho teams which play be
tide Nuuanu stream hao men for
whose sen ices tho big league man
agers have in a case or two alnly
bid. Slug Chang Is an example. This
bunch can bo counted on to deliver tho
Games which will bo on for next
Saturday and Sunday, according to ,i
decision made at a meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Dam-bull League held this noon,
are: Saturday, Imorslde s. Puns;
Kelos vs. Santa Claras. Sunday, C. A.
C. h. Kelos; St. Louis vs. Santa
From this, It Is seen that tho Kclo-
C. A C. gamo is taken as an assiucd
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gnn, one of the American team talc
ing part In tho athletic games here,
wpn tho hammer-throw today, mak
ing n record of 1T3 feet and 10 Inch
es. This breaks the record made by
him at the London 01mplc games.
Hose of California won tho Bhot-put
with u put of 48 foot 2 Inches, which
breaks tho IlrltUh record.
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Tho Santa Clarans will ho back on
tho Manna Kca Saturday morning.
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day,
B-BL1L. i BSMSBSMS
Changed Line-Up In
The Oahu polo team Is going In to
win In Its coming contest with-tho
Maul aggregation. Tho personnel of
tho team will be picked with tho ut
most care, ponies will be thoughtfully
selected, and cei possible practico
Indulged In between now and the time
when tho aggiegatlon which is to rep
resent this Island leaves on t.V spec
ial steamer for the bcciio of battle.
The picking of tho llno-up for this
occasion will probably bo left entirely
to Walter Dillingham, the captain. For
the games with Maul, In which tho
Oahus rccctitl) met Ignominious de
feat at Kaplolanl Park, tho team was
picked bj a cumulative ote. It Is
felt that Dillingham chmild have n
good Idea of how the men are work
ing out with him, and that ho should
plck,thosa who are to support htm In
It Is probable that some changes
will be made In the team.
In plajlng Maul, the Oahus wilt go
up against twcho of the beet polo
ponies In tho Islands For this reason,
n strenuous effort will bo made to gel
together the u-ry best dozen which
Oahu can put out.
It was plnnnid to ship out tho
horses this week, but It Ins now been
decided to hold them incr and ship
them down on the specially chartered
steamer on next Tuesday. This will
allow of two moi o practices, which is
all In accord with the plan now stren
uously purbiicd: that of getting tho
cry greatest amount of practice pob
slblo boforo these games.
Tho team Is working out Tucsdas,
ThursdayH and Saturdajs at Moaua
lua.. This Is an excellent field and
much in contrast to that at Kaplolanl
Park, where the men practiced boforo
tho recent games.
HEW TEAM 111 ENTER
The,Kannlanaolo League meets this
evening wun a. iv. vierra. as usuai,
This 4 league nil! havo nothing doing
In the ball line until Into in tho sea
son probably until December. Di;t
Juet nowthtngs ure doing In tho line
of negotiations for team memberships.
Ha Tong Isjho solo owner, practic
ally speaking, of the Chlneso Alohas,
members of this aggregation. Ho finds
his property 'something of a white
elephant, and It la half expected by tho
wise ones that Ho will sell out at any
old tlnio.t There aro now soeral bid
ders for a place In this league, which
Is comppsul of six teams, but It Is
doubtful whero tho honor will fall In
case Ho does sell his Interests.
It must bo remembered that theso
aro amateur teams and that tliero Is
hardly any return for the drains on
tho purses of managers. Tho bujlng
of uniforms and other supplies for
eighteen men is no small matter, and
tho people who tako hold of any in
terests which may come on tho mar
ket will probably do so In n body.
Incidentally, President Vierra stales
that ho will have only a deslrnblo
bunch admitted under nuy circum
stances.' n a n
Sam Chilllngworth Is gottlng hlt
c0 on tho ball these das.
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Bulletin give a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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ALL ARE INVITED.
Reilly, Who Has Good
Record, Is To Box
Charlie Hellly, a lightweight who Is
well known on tho Const, and who re
cently arrived In this city on tho Ala
meda; is looking for n match here,
preferably with Jack McFaddcn. And
the match Is practically assured.
"1 heard tho boxing gamo was start
ing up down here, so I thought I would
tome down," said Ilcllly this morning.
"I am willing to go on with nny of the
bojB here, but would rather box Mc
Faddcn. Wo were matched to hex
onco before in San Francisco, but tho
match was called off. This was being
promoted by tho West Oakland Club."
Ilc-llly has been in tho ring wun
some of tho classy men In tho game,
and has Quito a record behind him,
having lost only two in thirty bouts In
which he has figured at one tlne and
another. He has figured mostly in tho
four round game. Among tho men
with whom he has gono Into the
squared clrclo Is Johnny Murphy, who
boxed Kddle Hnnlon tho other night.
Ho fought two four-round draws with
Murphy, and gained tho decision in
another four-round contest. These
bouts were boforo tho California, Man
hattan and Occidental Clubs, San
Thero Is a proposition to get this
boy Into tho ring with Jack McFad
dcn, as ho wlBhes, this depending on
tho movements or the roa-ncadcu
tcrnppcr. Jack has announced his in
tention of returning to tho Coast on
tho Alameda when sho sails tomorrow,
but has now promised local promotors
that he VIII stay1 over. Eddlo Talt la
back of tho affair, with tho details to
be later arranged.
So It looks ns ir these boys, who aro
probably among tho best scrappers
who ocr hit Honolulu, will certainly
bo seen In tho ring some time this
Uellly's record, which follows,
speaks for Itself: Eddie Bmlth, 4
rounds, draw, San Francisco; Willie
Edwards, 4 rounds, won, Oakland;
Eddie Smith, 3 rounds, knockout, Oak
land; Drlck McCauley, 4 rouiirs, won,
Oakland; Eddie Mnnaso. 2 rounds,
knockout. Oakland: Eddlo Lovejoy, 1
round knockout, Oakland; wnuo
Schultz, 4 rounds, won, Sau ranclsco:
Peter Root, 4 rounds, won, San Fran-
cosco; Peter Hoot, 4 rounus, won, an
Franc sco: Lorrln Drown, 4 rounas.
draw. Oakland; Jack Bush, 3 rounds,
knockout, San Francisco; Sailor Pet
erson, 12 rounds, knockout, Vallojo;
Jack Hlgglns. 2 rounds, knockout, San
Francisco; Lorrln Drown. 4 rounus(
won, San Francisco: Loirin Drown, 4
rounds, won, San FrnncUco; Johnny
Murnhv. 4 roifnds. draw. San Fran
cisco; AI Emmlck, 4 rounds, diaw, San
Francisco; Johnny Murpny, 4- roun
won. San Francisco; Kid Fagen, J
lounds, knockout, Mnrjsvllle; Ruddle
Moore, 4 rounds, won, Son Francisco;
Joo Lchcj, 4 rounda, draw, San Fran
cosco; Fred Moore, 15 rounds, drnw,
Valleja; Jchnnv Murphy, 4 rounds,
draw, San Francisco; Billy Snallham,
4 rounds, lott, San Francisco; Franklo
Smith, 4 rounds, won, Oakland; Joe
Lehcy, 0 roundB, won, Oakland! Dan
nie Webster, 10 rounds, lost, Los An
geles; Wllllo Conroy, 0 rounds, won,
Oakland: Wllllo O'Neill, C rounds.
won, Onkland: Willie O'Nilll, fi
lounds, draw, Oakland.
Dick Rcutcr had to be retired from
the box in tho first inning Saturday,
os ho had a badly injured thumb and
could not control tho ball. Lemon
was put in for the last of tho Inning.
Ho had only ono chanco In which to re
deem lleutcr's offerings to tho bat
ter, and as his first attempt was not
over the pini tho man walked. This
was only natural. Tho crowd yelled
when Lemon, an old favorlto In tho
tox, came up, hut Lotn went In at
tho first of tho second, and pitched
good ball from that time on.
Tho Santa Clara ball team left this
noon on the Mauna Kea for a trip to
I tho Volcnno, which they will havo at
(tho expense of the Honolulu Baseball
'League, though some propositions
iwero made to Hllo, with tho end In
lew that bulb-playing In tho um
brella town should pay the expenses
of this trip.
J. W.. .Harvey, tho woll known
sportsman and marksman of this cjty,
Is now absent on a visit to England,
and will not he back until sonio tlmo
this fall. N
A llttlo more' "homo" Royalty won't
hurt the "homV' teams'. ThoyJ will
bo oxpected to turn out good ball
when the othor fellows aro gone.
Theie is another regatta for tho
IbtL of the Pacific Floet being plan
ned by the genius of the Outrigger
n tt !
Castle was them with the goods In
tho box, desplto lack of practice.
How about Kojama for the hat
ting kid In tho Sunday games?
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