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KVKNINO UUM.KTIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY, JUNK 1(. 19o. f
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Local Team To
The ci leek t mntcli on Sndmlny
wns n imnt Interesting one, nnd there
wan n good turn-out of player at
Mnklkl. (looil weather prevailed,
nt)d the piny nil around wns up to the
general average. A. K. Italley made
tup Kcorc for the local men, and
ilned Ruod cricket. Some of Ills
strokes were very line, and his dc
fciiKo wns good.
Walker, who hit up IS, alio did
well nnd showed some form, as did
lluchty, who mnnnncd to make 10.
The Honolulu tolul of 79 Included
only four bcs, which Is a healthy
Fur the combined ships Martin did
well, scoring 1G runs In good form.
.Mr "lljes" was second top scorer,
making no less than 14 runs. The
rest of the eleven mado 30, and In
cluded In that total were thrco duck
A) its went In first for the locals
nnd hit up n "duck" In his usual
brilliant style. Ilob Anderson, who
nimle 8 runs, showed his usual nil-nround-thc-wlckct
strokes, and it wns
hiii il luck thnt he did not make a
much larger score.
The KHllors seemed to enjoy them
Selves very much, nnd they took
great Interest In the game.
The score wns ns follows:!
Ayrcx, bowled 0
Maxwell, bowled 11
Italley, cnught 13
Tucker, caught 0
Walker, caught lf
Anderson, n. o 8
Morse, bowled R
lluchty. caught 10
Mclean, cnught 2
I'odmorc, bowled 2
llnrrlriin, bowled 0
Hyctt, bowled 4
Korby, bowled 2
Mnrtln, bowled 16
llillynrd, bowled 4
I'll nt. caught C
Cooks, cnught 3
Monchlun, bowled 0
Johnson, caught 6
llallanee, caught 2
Allen, bowled 4
linker, caught 0
Mcllrlde, bowled 0
Leg llycs 3
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CAVALRY AND LOCAL
POLO TEAMS TO PLAY.
Secretaries or other author
Ited representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a Hat of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
ntcatlons to tin Sporting Ed I-
tor, Evening I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Juno 19; Illshop's Hank
vs. Specie Hank.
June ID: Match.
June 20: Moanalui.
Oolf ' '
June 16: Tom Morris Cup.
The piny for the selection of eight
golfers who are to represent the lo-
' cal players In the Tom Morris cup
came oil on Saturday and resulted in
n strong team of men being selected.
The day was perfect and there was
a big turn out of members at tho
Country Club, A buB ran from tho
end of the car line and proved a
great convenience to tho tired golf
ers who stayed for dlnucr at the
I 4 Dinner was served In fine style,
.and a large number of members snt
,down to the spread. Toasts were In
order, nnd the success of the team In
1 the Morris competition was pledged
many a time. Altogether the tunc
' Hon wns a complete success, nnd
many were the wishes that some sim
ilar affair be brought off In the near
The men who were successful In
making the team for the Morris cup
nud the Lcllchua officers, and the lat
ter team, Includes tome rattling good
players, who arc rapidly getting Into
form nt Schocfleld barracks.
The first game will probably bo
played at Lelhchua on June 26, and,
OIU1UUKII mere is uic iuik ui nP .- fl.,, Thxmn. mil IV.,. I;
other match next Wedncsdny. noth-Arm8tro a A c A
lh .l.flhllA l.H llAArt ftAlllAll 1
...h Uc..u.i0 uu wi-u .....-. Ilartwcll. C. N. Campbell, C. U. Ed-
I-or the Army team the Hne-Up ,.. ,, ,,; Wnikr. .,, t n
will be ns follows: Hanson, Quok- Y0Ung.
nejer, Bherldan and llarnard, with I Th " ,,ovn , fnrlv s.ron trnm
Korsythc as substitute. These flvo ,, .., nnlv . .....,, ....
Players ore about tho best of the ., nd,tlon ... th .... . ,h ,,.,,
Army players, and they should be ,. ,... ,n ,h. Trriini-v vi,
able to give the local men a hard Au..in whltB .,. ,, nifford wh
tussle for the championship honors. lunfortunatclv are undcr (ne ag0 ot
The local team has not yet been .,,, ... .... ,, r,nn(i..
selected, but will probably be as fol- L0 not nvn,.bIo L. lh. comi.etltlon
lows: Dillingham, Baldwin, Hem- Evon ,f lhp Hawaiian team docs
Ing and Dcnnlson. with Irwin as ub-not 8how up ,n thc nrBt fcw clul)g ln
stltutc. This combination would botho Morrl cup ,ournamcnti the fact
a very strong one, and ns all thothnl W( art cntfred for ,ne play wl
men are In fine form now and th be one of thc best advertisements thc
ponies are-getting wise to the game, Tcrrltory has had for a long time.
mere snouicr-ur Mime uriuiam. iiuj Thft ..i... for lh ,.. ..i... ...... on
before the game It finished.
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OPENING NEW PARK.
I'olo will be stnrted In enrnest In
r. few days, and from the look ot
things tho first match will bo a
beauty to watch. The opening game
will bo between the Honolulu team
Bj Eonr or Trii.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
The Red Sox and Marine bascbnll
game did n'ot tonio off ytytcrday
owing to tlfe former not having a
full nine, 'however, the 8ox expect
next and It should be
very Interesting to watch.
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PROSPECT OF BIO
BALL LOOKS BRIGHT.
"Dig" baseball seems to be at last
making n start for this season, and
the announcement that L. Tcnnev
several of their men lo arrive lromjpcc na8 nBrced to furnish the ncc
thc other Iflnnds In a few day, and Mgary funds to clear off the Indcbt
then the) will get together and prac-ledncss against thc clubi Is the best
Uco for the opening of the now 0f cooli news.
'reparations for the Initial
This means that the league
grounds will be run in future by thc
play on tho 'now park are rapidly bo- J foitowlns clubs: Punahou, St. Louis,
Ing completed, and the arrangements mam0nd Heads and Kamehamehn
will he perfoot. Tables and benches Athletic Club, and as these old team
arc being pmvldcd for tho press, nnd navo ,,ut up tomo nne Rames In the
that alone will be a great boou to pnllt there Is no doubt thnt baseball
the newspaper men. wii j,oom ag (t aid a year or so ago.
The C A. C.s and Anla will put up j Thero Ib plenty of baseball mate
a fine game at the opening, and the rral i this city, and some of tho
Ilcd Sox nnd Mailnes will nlso snow
the fans how the game tdioutd be
Yesterday nt Aala Park the C. A.
C.s Juniors dofeatcd thc Aalas Jun
iors by a score of C lo 5, after a ten
Jack Cordcll, who Is to fight Dick
Sullivan on July 3, Is feeling tin)
heat a lot, and Is consequently get
ting rid of a lot of fat without train
ing He starts work at the Orphoum rormerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
on Wednesday next, and no doubt
there will be n big crowd of fight now in charge of L. B, KERR &
fans on hand to slio him up. 'cO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
younger players are showing fine
t form. No doubt tome new stars will
j arise and astonish the fans In the
near future, and then the grounds
I will bo rushed on Sundays and other
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