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Then1 will be two rumim of tlio
.Military League played on Sunday,
ptul llioy will bo tlio latt of tlic or
I c.i. The clmmploiiBlilii Inix nlrcatly
tieen won by tlio N. 0. si., mill their
rhiiio tin Sunday can hnvn no effect
on the final t exult of tin- competi
tion. The rate for mm mid pl.no Is ut-
tiiutlns n lot of attention 11 ml tlio
, Marines and Cavalry rucli have
their follower, who declare that It
U Impossible for their particular
fancy to lose. And a fine pi me the
I final one should be, because both
1 teams will slrnln every effort to
Iciiptuie the honor ot belnc hccoui)
, to the all-conquerlnR Guard.
j Tho Guard will play the Shaft-
lorn on the hitler's ground, Aula
! Park not being avall.ihlc. The Ma-
I rlncs will Journey to l.cllchua and
engage the KIchtliiK Klfth on tho
'diamond, and It Is hard to fay which
team will win.
Sunday will sec the finish of the
Military League for the present, and
It will be Koine time In July when
i the new Military xcrlcM slnrt up,
there then being five teams In the
competition tho ptcsent four with
tint addition of the V. S, Hnglncci'H.
, These live teams should provide
(nine fine ball, and the only thing
j to tic regretted Is that we will have
1 to wait such a long time (III tho
cries starts up.
Sergeant Dairy of tho Ruards him
not given up the Idea of pitting his
team ngalnxt the pick (if the Army
and Navy, hut us the Cuards. or at
I least some of them, will be away at
the national shoot for some time. It
Is Impossible at present to arrango
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such a series.
11 very strong
(inili! put up 11 very strong team,
anil one that would make the Guards
extend themselves to the utmost to
In Sunday's game tho Marines will
play Davis. Gibson unci Anderson,
and that will strengthen tho team a
great ileal. Davis Is a hall player
of no little merit, and his big hit
ting Is always a fcaturo of every
game ho takes part in. Then "Sev
enteen" Gibson since tho seven-tcen-lnnlng
game ho pitched against
the Guards tho new unnio goes
always does good work In tho box,
and, with his mate Anderson doing
tho catching. Is nlways a dangerous
man for the other Hide to face.
Ilateman, who hud to lay oft last
Sunday owing to illness, will hold
down his old job as catcher for tho
Shatters and will bo a great im
provement on Oakley, although thn
latter did fairly well last Sunday.
And all California fruits and vege
tables in season on Friday's Ala
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' Phone 7G.
Weston Still Hiking. Topeku, Kan..
May 7. Edward I'ayson Weston, who
Is walking from New York to the
I'aclllc coast, reached Lawrcnco at
5:30 this afternoon, making only a
brief stop and continuing his west
ward Journey to I'crry, 1C miles east
of here, where ho prepared to puss
May .in. Marines vs. Cavalry.
May :iu: N. (!. IL vs.'
May 111: Handicap Doubles.
June il: Coopei Cup.
May 39: Practice.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
K ala nianaole
There will be unlimited joy at
Aula l'a ik 011 Sunday attcrnoou
when the C. A. C.s and Aulas will
play off their match for the cham
pionship of thn Kalanlanaolc league.
Tlieso teams aro very ounly match
ed, and the struggle between them
should be a game to be remembered
for n long time to come.
The C. A. C.s won the first series,
and tho Aulas the second, and now,
with one game each. Sunday's
match will finally settle which are
tho champions. Thcro Is suro to bo
n huge crowd present, and If last
year's final game Is any criterion,
anything from live to six thousand
people will be at the sldo lines on
It Is hard to say which team will
win, nnd the only way to mako cer
tain of knowing the 1 exult at the
first possible moment Is to attend
the game In person. Tho game wll)
start at :t o'clock, 1111 1 by thnt ttmo
all the p-eplo who call possibly
crowd around tht Pnrk will bo ready
to watch the gatne of- their lives.
Last yea tho nowd was so lurgo
that spoliator were standing eight
and ten deep around the lines. And,
although I hire ( nriothnr fine game
on nt Tort Shaft-r, 'nnd one thnt
most people iui.,lnlcrr'i'il In, it Is
safe to say that Aula I'arl; will havo
tho largest crowd of manv years.
Tho wlnneis of thn uhaiuplou
shlp will be presented with n mag
ulllccnt silver cup. and thn presen
tation will probably be made in tho
near ftitllfe at some public place.
At 12:!I0 the iHislponcd gamo be
tween Vlerrn'H luvlnclliles and the
Japanese Tennis Club nine will tuko
place. This game U arousing u
grcut deal of latere.', iu everyone
Is wondering how long Vlorrn's Val
entines am to continue their un
tiockuft - Castle
Theie wcic some Iliiu ganie.i of
ten 11 U on tho llorctnnla courts yeu- .
Iciilnv afternoon, when tho open- ,
Ing 1 mind of tlic Castle and llockus
tup tournament was started. The '
day, although a llttlo warm, was
good for tcnnlii, and four matches
were played all together. Tho
matches were for tho best three out '
of five sets, and tho go between Cas
tle and Uiw against Itlctow and
rage went the full five sets. No
less than flfly-thico games wero
played In this match, and Low nnd
his partner took 2) to their op
I Another match which went moro
. than the three sets straight was tho
gamo between Cunha and Uockus,
'and Horsier and Conncss. ' Tho first
set went to Cunha and Uockus "-.",
hut I'orster and Conncss took tho
next C-l; however Uockus und Cun-l
ha took the next two sets C-l, 6-4,'
and with them tho match, The
winners weic giving the losers 15,'
and that Is a considerable handicap!
to fight against. I
Lowrcy and Geo defeated Illcli
aids and Richards three sets
straight, 6-2, -::, 0-1. W. I,. War-,
ten and Anderson also beat Maccou-i
ncl and Html three sets to nothing, '
and, by a strange coincidence, tho
losers got threo games In each set. I
Thero will bo two matches played
this afternoon, starting at 1:30
o'clock. A. L. Lowroy and K. 8. Geo
will play W. L. Wan en and D. W.
Anderton; A. it. Cunhu and C. (1.1
llockus will try loticlusions with A.
L. Castle and Captain Low. J
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The C. A. C.s, J. A. C.s nnd U. S.
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and Walker captain. Included In
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known players such us l'cdro. Walk
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at onco uttract attention.
Tho wholo nlue arc colored, and
It will bo Interesting to seo how
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the Itcd Sox is as follows: l'cdro,
p: Urlto, c; Tinas, lb; Walker, 2b;
"Joe Gans," ss; John l'cter, 3b;
Foster, If; Parker, rf; Addison, cf;
and subs., Wllllums, Joo Kaea, Urlto
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