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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, SnPT. r, 1908.
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I Local and National I
Tenessee Men Beat
Sonth Dakotas At
Defeating the team of the South
Dakotu for tho second tlmo nt base
ball tlm nine uf the U. S. S. Tennes
see won tills morning tho right to
jil.iy In tho finals of tho schcdulo
which Is to determine tho champion
fchlp of the Second DMslon of the
Patlflc Hoot. The game was nlajcd
lit 10 a. in. nt Hasobalt I'nrk. result
lug In n store of G to 2 In fnor of
the Tennessee, won by better pitch
ing ami surer pin Ins on tho part of
the Iiojh from the flagship.
The winners pulled down flvo lilts
against four for their opponents, but
Hlahos walked not n num. and Jlur
phy, of tho losers, ga passes to
three. Then lllahos struck out six
men. though hero Murphy came In
strong, too, with half a dozen to his
Hush, who held down the third
sack for tlm Tennessees, inndo their
only errors, three for the whole game.
The South Dakotas caino In for a big
lot of bad bobbles, hnWng seicn
(balked up ngnlnst them In tho contest.
Tho Tennessees will now play tho
Wnshlnglons, on Monday, and ono
more gamo on Wedncsdny, when tho
California team will figure against
oiip of these two. will complete tho
i cries. The South Dakotas are nl
read out of tho running.
The llnc-up of tho teams was:
Tennessee Hush, third hasp;
Oreeii, left field; McCaffety, center
field; Kauffman, first base; litmus,
Ki'Kiinl bate; Zchner, right field; Til
chert, shortstop; Neff, catcher; Ilia
South Dakota Clark, short
stop; Wilder, third base; Murphy,
pitcher: Mnldllln, first base; Fellz.
center field; Cox, second base; Wil
liams, right field; Halrd, left Held;
fcni.ii ni. kills
BIS MI PARTNER
l.os Angclc, August 2S. Stanley
Ketchcl, whose reputation preceded
him from San Kranclsco, nearly killed
l'aiil Ackley, a sparring partner, todn
nt Vernon, whero Is is training for tho
big Labor day fight with Hill l'apkc.
Ackley was knocked senseless, and
for eight hours doctors and trainers
worked to icstore him to conscious
ness, lie finally rallied lato tonight,
after It was feared ho might die, but
is still half dazed.
Ackley, n green but daring fighter,
Is about tho only one who has been
found willing to stand up wllh Ki'tchel,
though hea financial Inducements
are offered. They had sparred but a
few minutes this afternoon when
Ketchel hit his man squarely on the
Jaw, according to spectators, and fol
lowed Instantly with a terrlllc right
on tho noe. AcKle) failed to get up,
began to kick ami stiffen, as though a
bullet had gone through him, and then
became limp, A b slander was sent
post haste on horseback for a phsl
clan, then more were called, but their
efforts fnlled so long that the camp
became greatly alarmed.
Cincinnati, Aug. -"8. The National
Hascbalt Commission gao out a list
of players who have been purchased
by major lcnguo clubs from minor
I league clubs since the closing of the
j drafting sCaion and which purchases
I have, been npprocd by tho rnminls-
Lion. The list Includes tlio following:
National League Cincinnati, from
Los Angeles, George Kills; Hoston,
from Vaneomcr, Hyatt
American League Ilislon, fioni San
Vrnnclsco, frank Arellanos; from
Portland, Thomas Madden; Chicago,
from San Kninrlsco, ft. II. Zelder, liar
rv Snlor: from Vancouver. 1'lannlMli:
!ciocland, from Portland, T. K. Itaftery
and Oraney; from Oakland, W. S.
Wright; Washington, from Los An
geles, William Gray.
THE ST. LOUIS LID
Then, some fifteen summers back,
thcic was horso lacing nt tho two
Kast Side merry-go-rounds, Madison
nnd Kast St. Louis, as well as night
lacing nt the South Side nnd Sports
man's Park "Jcriciio," nnu uascuaii
nt Von der Ahcvlllc,
Later, though, Just a couplo of
summers ago, the firm of Colin, Ad-
Icr & Tiles alternated running tho
fair grounds, Delmar and Klnloch
toiirscs; Pat Carmody nnd his asso
ciates had tho Union track In opera
tion and the llrowns nnd Cardinals
were holding fortii the B.une as to-da
Then, to make times nil tho 'sport
ier," Charley llnughton had his
Wcit I'nd club In operation, while
Joe Cappols was showing tho pug-
ilniii thapplcs at the Jal All liullil-
All of a sudden the "lid" was
Jammed nn. The rnco traiks were
cloned. So were tho fighting dubs.
Ilaseball alono wns allowed to con
tinue. That condition has contin
ued. Sac for an occasional track
meet or an auto show, not counting,
of course, the fall tombats on grid
iron, It has been baseball and basn
ball only, -for the sport locrs.
COUNT ZEPPELIN AND HIS AIRSHIP
LONDON, Kiig., Aug. 20. Tho
Dall Telegraph's Hcrlln correspond
ent attnehes the highest Iniportnnco
to a communication in tho Vosslscho
Zcltung describing what occurred at
tho meeting between Emperor Wil
liam nnd King L'dwnrd nt Cronbcrg.
He declares that thero can bo no
doubt that the cnininunlcntlon was
Inspired by the foreign onico, nnd
that It emanated fiom Huron on
.Innlscli. who wns urescnt at tlio
meeting as the leprescntntho of tho
German rorelgn Office. Tho com
iiiiinlentlon. It Is bolloNcd, Is Intend
ed to prepare the public in Germany
for n dellnltc settlement of the Anglo-Gorman
estrungement on tho on
1 possible basis.
Acconllng to the Vosslscho Zcl
tung. tho Emperor nnd Sir Charles
Hardliigo discussed the naval ques
tion with the utmost frankness, nnd
laid the (basis for a complete under
standing on the subject.
Tho Dally Telegraph In an edito
rial sas: "The rotnnuinlcatlnn will
be read with sincere! giatlllcntlon
tluoughout the country, and, If all
goes well, the Cronbcrg mco'tliig will
take rank as one of the great politi
cal events of our time."
Huron dTstcurnelles de Constant
announced nt Paris, France, his ln-
tt wasn't very many summers ago' tcntlon of urging tho trench benato
that St. Louis was supporting four to nial.o an appropriation for tho on-
raco tracks besides Its two baseball lourngcmcnt of aviation.
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NKW YORK. N. Y.. Aug. 26
Sam Inngford, who will light .loo
Jcannctto at the National Athletic
Club next Tuesday night, declares
ho received n telegram from Joo Onus
today urging him to leuvo for .tho
Const at once. Lnngford w'lll start
"Como nnd second mo against Nel
son. You can get a fight with Kauf
man and n go with Johnson or Hums
later If ou win," ho declaies Gnus
Lnngford's right with .Teannctto li
to bo one of tho most Impoitant held
In Now York In ears. It will bo
Iniportunt In Hint tho winner will bo
In direct lino for a match wllh Tom
my Hums. They have both met
Jack Johnson und their lecords'gho
thorn equal consldciatlon with John
son for attention from the hcav
Lnngford sa ho will try to forco
Xmd HIS DAUGIfTKR.
in hi? AiresHiP .
Ketchcl Into the ring when ho reach
es the Coast. "I know Ketchcl will
beat Papkc," saS Langfoid. "I saw
Pnpko fight Hurko nt tlio National
Club, and I will girirnnlco to put
Papkc out In threo rounds. Muyho
Ketchcl will meet mo If Joe Guns
gets him Interested."
HOWINCr COURSE TfeAVCLLC-D BY CCO NT
ZEPPCL1M .1NI-IIS &cai ruir i . .w-S.a.
Ucnny Scllg, Gniis' manager, de
clares thot his man scut no such din.
patch and that It Is unlikely that
Lnngford will bo In Gnus' corner It
ho docs como to tho Coast In tlmo for
the light. The coming of Lnifgfonl
will bo hailed with delight by tho
fight followers, ns thero Is n good
chance of Ketchel overruling his
manager and taking on tho tough ne
gro. At any rate, It will add another
to tho galaxy of big men who aro
waiting nt tlio chinch for tho com
ing of Tommy Hums.
I.uko Marlsch's club has been flirt
ing with LangTorcl for some tlmo and
overtures inndo to him by this club
probably aro tho chief reasons for tho
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