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Three Local Champions
WILL TAKE ROBERTS, KANAE AND MlTallKE
lli.noluhi tiny soon nu lliu upper
tnulty f seeing n real wrcclllng
itinlrh. Tliche "IIkIU" rirds, no care-
and Roberts swallowed n bnncli .of
valuable Infoiniatlon as n icsiill (
their inciting. Roberts should bo nblo
In ufni untilii tlllln limn ultll llfllll-r
lully lilanmil and mapped out by cuu- ,, 1(1 ,,111(,gr 10 Btnj8i (ho tmnlcr It
n.lnt.f ...n.t.fil.ifu tlult.ltlv' ll.fllfl fllllM.. ..,... ... I f. if,.!!... tr lret ll.n
tlUtlll i w,mm.. o, ,,,.i..... .v..." ... S i,ni n, . .... iiuiiui tyi ty m
ring-fan with it Ij.h1 taste In his mouth
"the morning after" Tor tlio reason
Hint, while, some Hpinl m.iy hnvo been
dished up. It was not of the ctasB that
All-Hawaiian Team Is
Triumph of flood
When itc moset o picking an all
star aggregation, the Job dona by the
Honolulu JlnHctlnti Lcagua csterduy
Is a hummer. Tho best Of tho local
talent has been rolled Into a pill that
any aggregation would havo a vjry
bad few minutes In swallowing. Tills,
too. Is tho very Job which the Santa
Clnrans will tackle Sunday.
narncy Joy is to preside behind tho
bat. Barney Is right (hero with the
other two mtii down on tho mat In-' ee and tho wing, and can swing tho
, bliCK in a way mat ihiiukb nu uii:
tide of the specified hour.
Tinnk Kanae, the Hawaiian cham
pion. Is a bull for strength. Hut lit-
Hero In Honolulu at the present timo
Is n man who has won two Btrnlght
rails wrestling from ociy man in
America except Kiank (lotcli, tho pies
rut world's champion, and, while ho
Is not oei -anxious, linUni; come clown
hero for n Miration, ho Is lead to
gle an exhibition of Ills piowcas.
Dr. II K Holler, the Sc.illlo phjsl-clan-wrestler,
will take on Sailor Rob
crls, I'limk Kaiins, nnd Mllrukc, tlio
Jnpaiae rhnniploii, and will under
tako li tlnow tho llneo of tlitm with
n an bom.
That Holler Is mil n homier, that
homers otcry llttlo while.
I Dick Hcutcr has been selected to do
makes you warn lo lose nine, si'l.ced In .he science , of the game "jo twIrMjjjj If DU U "
ociore ins meciiiiK wui r nmi'uuT, ........ --- --- --- --- --- , - ,
I.e. like Iloberls, was a wiser man af- nlls. . That underhand shoot of H
ter the grinning Swiss had bandied Is a bad one when well control cd. It
htm. ills enormous power Is his main n depends non tho shapo tlio bl fcl
asset. boweer, and It could bo cotinl-.lows ''ami Is In. . ...
ed on to keep his shofthlers off tno I I" Hddlo Fernaiidcz, who will cover
pads for Bnme space of timo Ihoimh "rst bng. the AIM awalls havo a low
now long must remain to be en. ,'; , -''' ? ' ho Imnt nnd steal kid,
Mltwiko H like tho other locnM men- with a batting nvcraRo which ranks
tloncd.-he needs no lengthy rtcicrlp ""t top. He can play his position
lion for tho icason that he Is well- " perfection, too. In fact, ho Is per
known, lie lost to Kroclechet, but !io mps tho bcBt ball player In tho Is
ttaed wllh him n long time. And It la"
would be.. uueMlonof Htnjlnfiibllllyl H Varinat a, Iho hams old re
Mioiild these Ihreo local cln-mps ilc- ' nl'l.o. '" "clil up cvcrytUIng about
., ,.- .. - ..... inn uni omtti tinrr
he lias confidence In his own ability, clilo to nnot Holler. T tiiti lnimiiinn ilm rni Pun nml tlio
and tli.it he Is willing K. furnish an Holler has made n ganay pripoul-1 ""'J ""'' "' ' '' "' '" ,"" ,"
oM.lbltlon or tlio strenslh-gamo lieie.l Hon. He l-n't parllculnily lol,,.; for tatllng Jruw J "S" "", "'"
Is ccilalnly shown by Uio oiler bo has "a matcli. us tho rest-curo is Ills spec- ktop at tbo hl "I way sta "on. nm
undo. Sailor Roberta Is a hie man lal loito at the present lime, but n ' ' "c,,'r.a'"1 n bat wll'l-,r- nrt
. . .. ..,.... ....... .... ..,... I....... .,,,,...1.. 1.it., tinrn litlni. SOIllO ClnSS Bt llOtll.
Himseil Wllliai iunm lin iiiiiuh un iuhvii "... i-i"" '-- i n,lr,, .I,., Kl Mnrv' tmv
rat. nnd tho match between these two I to flgme out u way In whlrli tbluga I 1"""ls-,'"" Hl- -nr 8 ooj,
......... ..,., ,." ..,,'. I.... L....1.V i... ... ....wi ,,,. n,i ih. vunni.i might sp lit honors for premier
HMIIKI Milium IIU Ul-tHIVIttJ IIIU'lUBHllhil""". 'V "" .v..v.. .... ...... ...rf ..I.t,,,,, ,.,,.1. L-rt.nnnnw If l.n i.n,n
i i. ,,.. 1 1. ,,ri,,,,iiv ,.r u..n ii u.nt tu ball ability with rcrnandcz li ho wcro
ind'ni'poliUelg,,,:1.:; iho Eu"' j perhap the 'be, V resHer bi ,1 o regiHarly In the Ish.nds and wbo Js
worm in ncuoii. uuiiur wmiiu imvu i -, - - - ' , ,
..,..!, ,. ,i.ia bin.i .if n iii-mihibIHoii lio. the ordinal y seen hero, Is to lio.il
and It would In tug out in hi in all tlio
qualities that go to ni.iko up u woild
bealer. If tho right sort or Inteiest
Is taken In this mitlch. It n.nv be
pulled off In tho Hnwallan Oporfa
House, where the seating capacity Is
's n llgmcr inioiign una uitousii nun
It well known for bin slaliu niililtles.
Roberts has been In rnnxlnnt train
ing bIiico rrtiulocher. Iho lnii!: Swiss,
first started blm on the light toad
Tho burly Bailor thought ho was n
mat-aitlst before bo hooked up with
thu Swltzcr, but the hitler was wiso
to nil the Insldo tilcks of the gnnio.
This Crack Maui Team
Wins Again In Pold
),-- . r 't ir J1j " v A 1
SPECIAL SALE OF
WHITNEY fc MARSH
down the honors nt shortstop.
Kn Sue, the fast bascrimncr, will
preside In left garden; Jack Klu. n
hard hitter and the most rcllablo
fielder In Honolulu, will attend to cen
ter, while Olmos, In right, will Biistaln
his reputation for suro work and
This makes a team with two Saints,
two Knms, two Jewels and three runs
In tho line-up.
If this bunch can't give tho Clarnns
a run for tho money, thcro will bo
something radically out of whack with
nil the prognostications.
Tomorrow, tho IaniH and the Clar
nns wero to do the curtain raising
stunt, but tho sebedulo has been mod
ified, and ono game a day will content
tho fans until Sunday wcok,
Tho triangle scries will closo on
August 23rd, with a memorable game
for ono of tho two offered. It Is a
Jcwcl-Kclo return match. 'Nough
Tomorrow, all locals will bo seen.
,The runs and the Saints will play tho
game which limy or limy nui iieuiuti
the outcome or tho first scries, for nisi
honors In which the .IcwcU ami thu
Puns nie so nearly tied.
Tho schedule made jcstcrdiv Ih:
Saturday, Aug. 15, 3 p. m., (I game)
I'uns vs. St. Louis. v
Sunday. Aug. 1(1, 3 p. m., (1 gimc)
All Hawaii b. Santa Claras.
Srturdny, Aug. 22. 3 p. in., (1 game)
I'uns B, Santa Claras.
Sunday, Aug. 23, (double beatlei)
IMS p. m KcIob vs. Diamond Heidn
,and St. Louis vs. Santa Claras.
I j. a a It
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Localized Eye Complaints.
Absolutely no danger in application.
Leading druggists keep it.
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And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
The Maui Polo Team, which again defeated Oahu yesterday. The men are
S. Baldwin, No. 1; C. C. Krumbhaar, No. 2; F. Baldwin,
No. 3; and Dave Fleming:, No. 4,
The ciack polo toim which lust
ear, after ono of tho liiiidesl battles
cer rought on a polo field, snatched
lam els fiom the Oahu men and car
ried all the foliage and a beautiful
tiopby off to Maul, duplicated tho
tilck jesterday at I'uunone, by the
big scoio of 17 to I.
On a sloppy Held, wllh bid going
under loot, tho gamo wns plajed UiIj
lime on (lie tncno'a own giouiid
Tho Maul (earn which turned Ihls
Irlck was: Sam Ualdwin, No. 1; C.
C. Kriinibhani, No. 2; I Daldwln, No.
3: nnd Divo 1 leiulug. No. 4
Mention is mada or thu fact that
C.uitlo and Shingle scored for Oahu.
Katmally, Just as a halMiack might
"bcoiu" for a football team That was
their especial function.
Tho gnnio lust August was one or
thu cbiHsy events In nil the hlslor.N or
local nthlMlcs. The oulesmu this
timo Indicates that Oahu has deleiloi
at eil or that Maul Is ninth linpiou'd,
a a a
In refeirlng to the Kpnrilug hu has
dono with the cleer boy from tho
And so ho Is. He Is Just about v.as
tough n proposition from nlmost any
standpoint that the local man
went mi ngulnst.
a a a
.too Cohen explains how- to flguio
peicentnges on stolen buses, Hut, tlio
Question is, docs thu explanation tit
the emergency In the picscnt case?
j Autos and Carriages
inhuman larnaoe Lo..
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C. H. BEHN
U M DEHLY
Chuille Rellly has tut out thu hetty
wink with Iho weights anil tho gm
fixings, In training for his coming go
with .Inck Mcraddcn, ami Is now- rou
tining hluiK'lf to boxing, and n llttlo
fust work which gels a fellow's wind
In condition without getting off loo
much weight ,
Jack Mrl'adden Is nlmi doing the
fast work now, and both of thu liojs
mo Including u good deal of boxing In
Iho pinmnm or ou'iifs,
Voting NoUou h ih winked out a
roupiu or limes nltli Killlj "llo m
till. right," said Nelson this niomlng,
LONDON, Kng., July 26. This
morning's nowspnpers contain ex
tended reviews of the Olympic games,
und ulmost without exception, the
officials come In for severe criticism
for tho way in which they misman
aged the affair. England's athletic.
prestige was Injured more by tho
amateurish way In which tho meet
was conducted than by tho falluro.oC
tlio Iirltlsh athletes to perform up to
expectations, Is the conclusion of ono
ever of the well-known sporting writers.
There Is universal praise for tho
work or the American athletes, but
general condemnation of their wlth
diawal from tho 400-meter run and a
rclteintlon of the charges or deliber
ate routing by Carpenter. Tho su
premacy of America In track and
field athletics Is admitted, tho result
being due, according to tho Kngll&h
to the fact that America
.makes of her athletics a business
Now York, July 31. Instead ol
plunging nt oncu Into tho task or get
ting William II. Tnlt's campaign un
der way, Irnnk II. Hitchcock, chali- rather than a sport. Her men were
man or tho Republican national com- the best trained that over nppoarcd
in I tl co, was occupied tho greater put at uii Olympiad, els tho way ono pu
of his tli Kt day beio In attempting to per puis It. '
prevent an open split In tho Repiibll.j LONDON, Kng., July 25. 'You
nominal" VdJJLS ' 'nughes SlB T" J?"'!1
a second term tho lnonen'- " soo him.. Ho; has
Mi. Hitchcock arrived In tho city 'two distinguishing marks ono being
early thin morning and set out 'at "' broad-smile and the pther a medal,
ouro to get thu rooms In tho Motio- Thoro' nio Yi low athlctcsr wearing
polltnn l.iro building for hcadqiinrt- medals who are "hot Americans, but
ers. uoioro nu mm neon ueio long, ns a ul tlle aecoruted
nowcter, iieroen i-ursuus, presioeni (1
rallo,! on lilm nnd wont mor thu hit! 'home or tlie Jumpor.
nation created by the governor In his Queen Alexandra presented fifteen
deslie to get revenge upon tho State gold medals to the Yankees nt the
lie land or tho sprinter and tho
Everybody is busy
loadeio for their failure to buck his
candidacy at tho national Republican
Mr. Hitchcock Intimated that tho
national committee might tako a hand
In the situation.
The Weekly edition or the Evrnlnn
Dulletln Dives a complete summary of I
the news or the day. 2JW
Stadium this ufternoon, These, with
n tray lull or silver nnd bronze em
blems or lctory, made by rur tho
most imposing array or "Jewelry"
awarded to any nation. Not ono of
them would part with his emblem
except In case or Hlnrvntlou.
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