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Feb. It: Chinese Minors A
nnd II teams.
Feb, 21v Chinese Minors C
and II 'tennis.
Feb, 12: PitnnhoU vs.apld
Transit; .-' : '
Feb. 1 i( '. Millines, Vs Foi t
Sliafter. .. , . j . sj
' Feb. ,17; Punnhbti vs. Mar-
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Fob, 22: Novelty.
Feb. 13: Sullivan vs. Pctor-
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St, Louis Plays
St. I.ouls College Is getting ready
for the baseball team. This ulteruonii
an lutcrclass match of co'nlrternblo
lniMirtanco from the collegj stand
point will be played.
Two eomblnatlnn teams from the
Sophomores nnd Freshmen, am! fom
thu Seniors and Juniors, will play at
Aala Park at 2 o'clock.
Thcro Is much rivalry between the
nrlous classes nnd n keen gnmo may
bo expected. William Ksplnda, nick
named "King of Spain," on account of
his lesembtanco to that Monarch, Is a
heady twlrlor. Ill II lioopni will hold
down first for tho Senior team. This
boy Is said to rank with Corrca In that
The brothers Markliam, Alex. Asam
and August Drcler arc In the other
team. It looks as If St. l.ouls will
have a real good lot of players In their
ranks this soasnn.
Tho following Is the lineup today,
Game called at 2 p. m. lit Aalu paik:
Seniors nnd Juniors Ksplndn, p.:
Qunl. .; Hoopat, lb.; Pedro, 2b.r Ai-
onn, 3b.; Pinto, ss.; Ahung, If.j The-
venln. cf.; Oilman, rf.
Sophs and Froshlos Ynniashlro. c;
Hrelcr, p.; Ahnnn, lb.; Tom Markhnm,
3b.; D. Illley, sub. 3b ; Will Markliam,
ss.; Fussnth, cf ; Sorchl, rf.; Chlulr.to,
If.; Asam 2b.
Will Prostldse and his lot of base
bill players are getting challenges
from all directions, and will soon get
I,,,.,- n ii, ,ti, ,,, ,',,! ti.u ..ri..r,,
they will play the Marines, and to-
morrow wl.l ti- conclusions with the
Fort' Shutter team
Hoth games should bo rnttllng good
ball, and the kuonest Interest Is being ,a5S inrouBir, anu many nno exiiim
taken In the serloi. Prestldge has "f " ,"' "'. Kamea should
purchased ten cents worth of white
wash and Is prepared to borrow n
brush this afternoon and start oiera
tlons mi the Marines,
Here is the lineup for this afternoon.
League Orounds Dodge, p.; Chi Hill,
c.j Wlnne, lb.; Aklnn. 2b., Henrbpio
dl Chllllngworth, 3b ; Sing Choug. ss.;
Krnser, If.; Klugslny, rf. and rtobertits
von Schlllliigwcrth. rf.
Marines (probable) Knight, p.: An-I
dcrsnn, c ; Winter, lb.; Masnk (Cupt.),
2b.; Call. 3b.; Guw, ss.; Ollison, If.; 'est In the TMbl Marathon, which la
Williams, rf.. Davis, cf. Ibchidiiled for thu 14th March. AV-
Tho llocup of the Port Shatter team 'langenients for the comfort of compel
tomorrow will be: K.inten, lb.; Kills, Itors nnd spectators have been made,
If.; Denim, 2b.; McCall, ss ; Oakley and a cottage set aside for tho run
c.; Congo, cf.; Ilntcmnn. 3b.: I.ntltte. tiers.
rf.; Mornn, p.;
ItnniBey, p.; Itcniicr,
a n n
Mike Patton Is
Third Man In
Mike Patton will bo tho thlid man
In tho ring nt the SiilllvanPeterson
fight. This Is good news to the fight
fans, nnd also to tho boxers. Mlko Is
one of tho very best men who could bo
chosen for tho Job. Patten has u trior
nnlrh Unr.wlmlrn .if Ihn flrhl ,.,,, ,,!
may bo relied upon to handle Hio'iiUum"0". ' tlmo over the twenty-beven
nton properly. un" one-half miles should bo mado.
The fighters have finished training. I Tho soldlora lit Lollehua aro vory
and nro taking things easy today and mucn Intorostod In tho nice and will
tomorrow. , nu doubt lino both sides of tho road,
Sullivan Is favorite for tho fight, but !"m.1 cnecr nn tho long-dlstnnco men.
that Is only natural. Dick haB been' As soon as all tho members aro
seen In action here, and his cleverness nca,r,l1 from, a meeting will bo called
Is well known, whilst Pete Is ulhiost ,"1"1 "" details nrranged nnd published.
nn unknown quantity In Honolulu. It
is hard to slxo a man up properly oh
training bouts alone, ami that. Is fill
wo havo been nblo to boo of Pete no
far. However, tomorrow night ulll
solve all the doubts nnd decide which
Is thu better nvin Sully or Poto.
The preliminaries should provide
good sport, and If not urtunlly first
class, will certainly keep tho house In
good humor until tho main event Is
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Tansan Cup To
Today being a hulf-iiollday,
Country Club will no doubt -have a soldiers had to lie content with two
largo number of gqlers out pn,.(he one In tho third and ono In the fourth
links . . I . The Jlncup.ws;", , ,
ThaTanaanJJun.to bo played for on j Marines Winter, lb.; Gibson, It.;
Sunday has attracted ' niiie'fnriterest Call, 3b.; Masak- (Captr), 2b.; Ouv,
and most of tho plajcrs will tomorrow ss.; Anderson, c.; Williams, rf.; DaVIs,
have a final practice, Southerly winds cf,; Knight, p.
have prevailed for somo days now, and I Fort Shnftcr McCall, ss.; Ellis, If.;
the soventh hole so hard to muke IniLamm, 2b.; Itamsey nnd lllrd. p.;
three, seems In danger. A special Oreene, c.; Durjind, 3b.; Marsh, cf.;
prue is nnereu lor the fe.it. but wlth.uiru, Il),-p.; mil, rt.
tho trade winds blowing it Is vciy
difficult to make.
Thu links nro in finu Bhnpe mid the
tennis court Is nliiiost ready for play.
A big crowd Is expected nu Floral Pa
rade dny, mid open Iioiish will bo kept.
Up to nnd Including January 9 thu
record of winning favorites at Oaklund
was as follows- Favorites, 136; sec
ond" choice, r,7; oiithldern, 1?7 Tho
pnicenttiKo of fnwultcH Is II
Polo To Be The
Polo Is sure to be ono of tho prin
cipal sports in these Islands betoro
many monthii haie paMCit. Already
uutflt8 for the g.imo have been pur
chased In large quantities for tho Army
Post at Lcllchtia and only tho pontes
are nov needed u enable tho rfamu to
bo started In earnest.
Thcro are a few ponies out at the
Camp at present but not enough to
tako tho game up seriously. A number
of pontes arc, hnncver, to bo shipped
from tho Coast in the near future, and
then polo will hnnni In Hawaii with a
vengeance. llcsldoa Inter-army
matehcs.'ganics will be played with the
Oahu Club, nnd good old Maul may
be relied on to take n hand. Such
rattling good pl:iers as the Unldwlns
and Kmmbanhr will mako tho Army
men look to their laurels on tho polo
Polo Is, without doubt, ono of tho
most exciting games lit tho world,
cither to play or watch. It calls for
both good horsemanship and plenty of
nerve. It calls forth nil thnt Is good
In man and horse Somo of the m)1ii
I ponies seem endowed with tho Intel-
'llgenco of mankind; they seem to
know every kIhi In tho game. The
I present scribe has actually seen 'it
pony, after losing his rider, Join thu
gamo and follow the ball ns closely us
If a man still bad him under control
Some Indian, offlccrs, during a visit
to Australia, once told n story of a
polo pony, way up In Simla, which not
only followed the ball, but tried to
kick tho sphere between the posts, but
the writer cannot vouch for this fac(.
Polo should be In full swing In a
very short time now nnd the sooner
tho better, for It Is good, clean, whole,
somo sport, 'and will Biiroly attract a
lot of attention to these Islands'.
Teams from the Coast will probably
C0IU0 aow"' ""ilhavo a Joust with our
nit ilia Arlntt nfitniira frnM llm DhMln.
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pines will doubtless bo offered mounts,
" ,nc'.r ,c""iv ,m,?e 'i0'. w,,c.n JnF?
oventuato.; 1 i
v. :: n
St. Clair Dlilgood, manager of
Mlalclwa Hotel, Is taking a great Inter
The only matter not definitely set
tled so far, at the Hnlclwu end. Is the
tunning of tho special train. Mr. Hid
good has made this u iersunal matter
ami w utteud to the Interviews nlth
the railroad ntithoiltlus. No doubt a
special train will bu run In connection
with the race.
Automobiles will follow every run
nel, and ho always ready to pick up
any exhausted Contostnut.
Mr. Illanehard Is taking a great In-
tcrost In tho uytnt und says ho will
only be too glad to do all In his
power to mako tho ovent a siicccbs.
Tho road is In good condition at
present, and although the. undulating
COUrbO IllUSt bo taken Into COnbldoni'
Th Fort SJiaflcr baseball boys wont
down to tho Cmp Vory tc.im by a
benro of 8 to 2. It was in tho foul th
inning that the damage occurred to
Ulrd had pitched threo Innings In
good stylo, hut. Iji.tho fourth he faded
wur unci ine roiiruies iui nun uuuvur
tho place. , ,
Itamsey was then put In the box nnd
things west MtfcY.
In the seventh tho Marines landed
ono. and again In thu eighth, while tho
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Commencing on Monday nieht,
Feb, 15th, in the above hall, will be
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on the "MAONAPH0NE," the m6st
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K. Simpson of this city.
The program will consist of : , In.
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Solos. Duets. Quartets. Band Selec-
I'fors, Sketches, Dialogues, Recita
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The concerts will be eiven with
change of program every evening,
continuous performance. General ad
mission 10c, 'reserved seats loc.
At 158 Pounds, for the Championship
SATURDAY EVENING, FEB. 13. 09.
2 RATTLING PRELIMINARIES 2
4-Round Contest at 160 Pounds
(The Fighting Dane of Camp Very)
8-Round Contest at 138 Pounds
(Of Fort Shatter)
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Two changes each week,
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NEWS NOTES FROM
Tho Kumchnmcha Cadets had n
try-out yesterday afternoon In n
street parade. It was n great suc
cess und tho boys arc ready for the
liarado on Lincoln's birthday.
The jicxt soccer game will tako
place Saturday afternoon on the Kn
mchnracha grounds. The first gamo
stnrts nt 2:30 o'clock between Puna-
hou College nnd tho High School.
Tho second game will start after
the first gamo Is over, it me runn -
If the Puna
hou8 Vin or draw nnd tho Kanichn
incline win, there will be plenty of
boys for the Kamchnmchns to tako
It it n
Oeo. Dothner, former lightweight
champion wrestler of America, Is
teaching Ernest Siegfried, tho Ocrman
champ, tho art of catch-us c-itch-cau.
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SPOUTS BY THE
Dr. Holler, who Is well known In Ihh
city, hail a slxroimd bout with 'Den
ver" Ed Martin lately. Tne lodor
found th-j f.ghtlng game nr different
to wrestling, nnd put up u poor exhi
bition. Ho kept boring In .ill the tlmo
but showed little ability In box. Mar
tin treated tho fight as n JoUo und
simply outclassed Rullcr.
It is tho anino old story of iitinnu
men trying to become fighters. Tho
writer well remembers Darker, thu
Australian Giant," tiring of show life.
i , ..lltlnc illto ,iic Ri,t game. Ho
n-! t.iiilml Inln n lllllx uhnrt follow 111
butted Into a little short fellow named
McColl an old-time good one. Tliu
"go" as far as actual fighting went,
lasted oxnetly six seconds. Mue.
struck "The Olnnt," nnd the big ono
crumpled up llko a wet rag ho wan
unconscious for eight days In the Syd
ney Hospltnl, and now wears a silver
platu In the back of his head.
It. K. Wnlkcr, who won tho 100 met
res sprint nt tho Olympic gnmei lately
held In F.ugland, has dgaln shnnn u
taste of his quality Wnlkcr, who Is
only nineteen years of ago, ran 100
yards In !) 2-5 seconds (wcnld's record)
nnd In Johannesburg cut out 120 y.trds
In 11 2-5 seconds.
It Is rumored that tho South Afilenn
sprinter Is thinking of settling In tho
United States. Ho, It appear, cannot
find employment In S. A. This seems
to bu n bad statu of ufrnlrs, and is to
be deplored. What a difference It
would have mado If Walker had i-p-fccnteil
the V. S. A.; ho then would
not havo to practically beg for a Job
as ho appears to bo doing now. It Ik
In be hoped that Wnlkcr does go to
tho Slates, where a good man In any
kind of athletics Is looked after well
by somo big club,
n tt v.
QUEER KIND OF FISHINQ
SEA SNAKE TAKES DAIT.
Sea smkes aro becoming romparu
lively eoiiiniou iinw-n-iLiyd, A largo
leptllo was capluiol by some Hawaii
an fishermen near W'llnino n fow
days ago. It was finally colled Into u
ipiart Jar and sent to the illrhnp
inuhciiin. Another Gea-snakc was found
dead on tho beach near Kahuku homo
Mlttlo tlmo ago. Thu serpent had wry
ugly-looking Jaws, and Its skin looueu
vory much llko alligator hide.
Sen snake fishing Is, however, not
likely to become a popular sport In