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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUK8DAV, OCT. 13, 1908.
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Pat Donohue To
And Goach Baseball
BOSTON STAR TO OPPOSE REACH CLUB
Pat Donohouc ot Iloston Is to comelKlahcrty, Iloston; Sweeney, Iloston;
litre about next Christmas to got to-IHurim, Washington! Dolchanty,
Large New Shipment of
IN GLASS JARS. ' '
" Every Qroccr Has Them Now.
Insist on getting them
gothcr, coach, nnd play with nn All-
Hawaii baseball team, which will be
expected to ro up. against tho Reach
All-America bunch when they como
hero next Kcbrtinry. This Informa-'
tlon is contained In n letter from
Jess Woods, which reads, In part, as
"Ilu lie tin, Honolulu.
"Hoys: Just u little dope on tho
Reach All-American baseball club
that Is to play In Honolulu during
the winter. Wo have organized a
club that will be n tower ot strength
nnd as good a club ns Is playing ball
In America today. Kfght out of the
twelve men thnt wo will carry are
from the American and National
"There hove been somo changes In
the previous line-up. Hal Chase, who
was to have gone, has been blacklist
ed by the National Commission for
deserting New York, so cannot play
with our club., Overall cannot come,
for various reasons.
"In the places of these two wo
have signed up ltuck Krccmnn, Phil
adelphia first baseman, nnd Pat Fla
herty, pitcher of tho Iloston Nation
als. Hero are two' players to bo
"Cobb of Detroit will bo with us.
Ho is leading tho American League
In batting. Dclchnnty, who Is next
lo Cobb In tlio batting list of the
Aincrlcnn League, will bo on second.
Ho Is a great player.
"Our, team will bo:.Qobb, Detroit;'
Washington; Freeman, Philadelphia;
Ullss, St. Louis; Ncnlon, Pittsburg;
and Devcrcaux, Hildebrand, Johnson,
and McArdle of the Pacific Coast
Ilaggcrly will come as press agent
and Mike Fisher as manager.
I have Just had a letter' from Pat
Donahue of Iloston. The idea Is to
havo Pat go to Honolulu and tnko
charge of the Honolulu club about
Christmas time; ho could organize,
coach, and play with tho boys.
"IJy the tlmo tho Reach club ro.-
turns to Honolulu ho would havo
them In great shape and some real
class A baseball could be seen. This
Is what the Honolulu public wants.
and you can take my word for It
that they will turn out strong to see
tho best In the world.
"Want to glvo you Just a line
about our uniforms, which wo think
wilt make a hit. The caps will- bo
whlto with an American flag on tho
front. The shirts will bo white with
'Reach All-Americans' across tho
chest In blue, and'nn American shlold
on tho left nrm with nn eagle abovo
It. Tho pants will bo whlto; tho
socks whlto, "with red nnd blue strlpcB
nnd the 'coats n bright red with blue
collars and big, white pearl buttons.'
Each man will havo his individual
black hnt bag with his name blazon
ed on it in gold letters.
"Can you bent this?
I'Thls scries of games will be a
success, you caji say for mo." ,;
Jess WoodsTo Promote
Fights For Roller
Dr. Roller, tho wrestler, is about, to
break Into tho pugilistic gamo and
challenge all of tho heavyweights.
Roller Is taking tho rest euro In Hono
lulu, but ho will start for this city
soon for tho purpose of defying Tom
my Rums, Jack Johnson, Al Kaufman
or any one else' willing to tako a
chanco against him .
Roller unfolded his plans to Jcsso
Woods while the latter was In Hono
lulu recently. Roller said that ho hod
cleaned tip all the wrestlers in sight
and that tho only way for him to get
somo coin was to branch out as a box
er. He believes that he has class
enough to go against any of them.
Roller is a giant, standing six feet
throe Inches In height and weighing
about 220 pounds. As a wrestler ho
defeated every man In his class. Ho
challenged Qeorgo Hackcnschmldt,tho
Russian lion, but the Inttor turned
down tho offer and Roller's friends
said that the foreigner was afraid of
Roller Is a graduate of a big eastorn
university and a medical man by pro
fession. Ho went in for nthletlcs'.yml
proved to be a star at ovory game tho
took', up. Ho Is a young man, under
30 years of 'age, and has made a stddy
ot physical development. Roller knows
a great deal about the boxing gamo,
but how he will stack up as a real
fighter remains to bo seen.
Woods says that ho will break Into
tho boxing gamo at Seattlo during tho
winter. According to his statement.
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda brought them to us and they are fine,
fat, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolaln tablo '
tomorrow and you could entertain a king-. Order Today.
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the authorities, will ,. permit limited
round boxing .contests If they .arc
properly conducted, 'and'wlth this end
In vlow Woods has secured an option
on a big pavilion In tho Slwhsh city,
where ho Intends to promoto his fights
within a conplo of months.
As a ring warmer Woods may put
on Roller with somo likely looking
northwestern heavyweight. Ho bc
lioves that Roller would bo a big card
in Seattle, where he mado good as a
wrestler. . ,
If tho fighting gamo In Seattlo pans
out well,, tho northern city will bios
som'oiit as a competitor of Stkn Fran
cisco whenever thcro aro good cards
in sight. S. F. Call.
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,,Ahnoun6orv"Bpbt' jfcGlbbeti,- uack,
from the metropolitan tracks, says
tho Invasion of California by eastern
turfmen this season will bo unprece
dented. K St
After five years of Independence In
athletic annlrs Stanford university nt
piled for admission to Pacific athletic
The Wallcles won over the Young:
Tidal Waves at Kaplolanl Park'Sun
day, 6 to 4. '
a n a
Not enough ladles havo so far en
tered for the coming tennis tourna
a a a
Kctchcl will tako on Sam Longford
It ho Is successful In his fight'-with
a m m
Spanish Queen took tho Rankers
nnd nrokcrs stako at Columbus.
, a a a
Angelas, enstoft from Whl.tnoy'n
stable, won thea Oriental handicap,
lowering Qravcscnd track record.
R. F. Carman, will raco a string ot
60 horses at Arcadia.
Eph CIndors won King's stako at
Columbuslterntt2:06 paco nnd sur
prised backers of Jerry D.
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II) ME-IEM AlnH
Joe Leahy, worked out beforo n
largo nudltnco of sports who had
made the pllgrlmngo to hls'xhrlno nt
the Ilcnlnnl boat house yesterday af
ternoon. Ho went through some fast
boxing with Young Nelson nnd Tom
my Lane, tho clever Australian, and
skipped the rope, fought the shadows,
yanked the weight mnchlno, and oth
erwise worked at n rate which com
pelled tho ndmlrntlon ot the multi
tude. Leahy Is a very clever boxer, with
n steady head and n great Judgment
of distance. Rellly himself willingly
ndmltttthnt ho has n very worthy op
ponent In Joe, nnd whispers that ho
will havo to keep nt tho very top
notch ot condition when going in tho
ring with this boy.
It Is mentioned thnt somo fans
profess to sco championship material
In Rellly. It may bo mentioned nlso
that among theso Is Dr. Roller, who
ndmlred Kellly's footwork excessive'
ly, nnd stated often that Kellly Is a
boy with, a great deal of real, first
Tho men nro to meet next Saturday
evening, nnd ns the tlmo grows short
it becomes apparent thnt both will
enter tho ring in excellent shape,
The next two or three days will he
devoted to the samo sort ot work,
when the men will probably case up,
and take Saturday as a rest day.
Doth will cusllymako 131 at 5 p. m.,
Tho Young Lurliries defeated tho
Young Puuoas In n gamo of baseball
by u score of 4 to 3 last Sunday. Tho
winners have played th'reo games
without a reverse, on tho strength of
which showing thoy aro willing to
play nny team of their "slio," which
Is out to accept challenges in Hono
lulu. Tho members ot the winning
team are: G. Rosa, c; J. Rowe, p;
J. Martin, lb: W. Red, 2b; W. Wond,
3b: T. Wond, ssj It. Kuhn, ct; A.
Martin, rf; Wllllo, If.
a a a
Sovoral prominent book makers,
among thorn Ocorgo Rose of Californ
ia, woro wurned away from Aqueduct
track ns a concession to tho civil
a a a
Management of tho Now York na
tionals refused u $50,000 offer from
Chicago for Pitcher Mathowson.
I'illkln, full-fledged nnd life-sized,
ctnres the Kallhl A. C. In tho face.
It is nil over the ball park this club
Is putting in order, nnd which is be
ing completed so slowly thnt tho sup
port ot tho community Is being lost
nnd a largo number of members aro
leaving tho club. In fact, tho slow'
pess ot tho work Is causing the very
organization backing It to dlslntc
Tho ball' park was started n long
tlmo ngo. Residents In tho commu
nity subscribed funds for piping nnd
other Items when tho park should be
complete.. Theso pcoplo nro now go
ing bnck on tho.mcmbcrH of (ho club.
Thoy are' Inclined to think that they'
were handed something ot a gold'
brick, as tho park Is not being com
pleted nt a rate which suggests any
Intention ot completion.
Resides this, twenty-flvo members
of tho club havo recently resigned.
' All ot this trouble Is caused by a
misunderstanding over this work.
Members ot tho club were given to
understand that convicts would be
uicd to finish this ' work,- but tho
"cons" nro not being employed there
enough to get results. They nro em
ployed somewhat, it Is true, but thoy
nro soon moved away to Manoa, and
tho park languishes. Considering the
promise to havo the work at this
park done, It Is thought very hard
lines by some of tho more devoted of
tho club's members that things ara
allowed to go loose at the ends.' In
fact, they do not hesitate to roast tho
whole proposition strongly.
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The Kanoohe nnd Wallau baseball
teams crossed bats last Sunday aft
ernoon' nt Hccla grounds, the game
resulting In n score of 4 to 2 In fa
vor of tho Kancohe aggregation.
Tho llne-up of tho two teams was;
Kaneoho John h. Sllvn, c; J.
llrlght, p ; II. Ilrlght. lb; Henry D.
K. Domingo (capt.), 2b; R. Kamau
nu, ss; John Lopez, 3b; Knmaunu,
If; Ah Fut, cf ',t M. Lopez, rf. v
Wallau W.' Hookano, c; L. Hoo
kano, p; Kaliao, lb; W, Watson, 2b;
Knnpunl, ss; J. Wntson, 3b; Puoa,
If; Sam, cf; David, rf,
Tho score by Innings:
Kaueoho 01110001 i
Wallau 20000000 02
Umpire, Willie Rowan.
nattllng Nolsnn, lightweight cham
pion of world, received nn ovation nt
Former Steward s.s. Alameda, Proprietor
near Post Office
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