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llolh Hullhan niul Corilell liml a
Or crnHil of MrIu (.inn at their iriiln
Ini; niiart.rK i'pnln n(trnixm
the tiirmcr. who hehl court nt IVrl
Fhaflcr. had u tr out With a (ouplo
in noulil-lir npiirrliiR partners, but
tlipt ahnwpil no cl.mn nuit hud lo ho
ilLrarilPil Miller Hie llravywclRllt,
.remit In lie thr licit (if tlio bunrli no
far niul he will prnbniily nttcml to
I he ImnlnPKii of rorcivlne lllchnnl'a
intm nml Jain In nrloua iKilntu of
Mlllrr' Knowing jcMerday was
better thnn on hit flrtt appearance,
ami ttint I colnc nonie. He proved
that he ha n dirty left which he
tan ure with c fleet nt limes; he Is
alwi able to nmothcr up In Rood
rt)lc anil la not afraid of Inking pun
Sullivan la already beginning to
link well, nnd by tho nlgiit of tho
gre.it -.crap should be fit lo fight for
his life. He has taken off a couplo
of K)uniU weight and w:il easily get
down to 1S8 by July ..
Cordell worked out at the Or
I heum nnd took on no lean thnn four
men for two rounds each. He la
looking cry fit nnd Is In excellent
Miapc already: the more one sees of
his boxing the more one wonde'rs
what will happen when ho nnd Dick
fare one another. It will sure he n
duel of lefts for a while, with both
men waiting to bring their rights
nrroKH unit administer tiic coup do
Snm Hop was on deck again )cs
terday nnd sparred In good shape
with Corilell. The Chinese wonder
did cry well, but wu- not courting
mother wallop on the point like the
cne he Mopped l.it weox.
Snreonl, tTian whom there Is not
a more willing scrapper In thla city,
next put on the mitts with the mid
dleweight, and he, its usual, camo In
end fought fiercely from the call of
fine The lightweight Is a trier all
the time, nnd It Is to bo hoped that
the public get a chance of seeing
hi in in action once nioro before long.
Then, being through with the
lightweight brigade, Corilell took on
Richards for n couple of rounds. The
Marine Is Improving a lot, nnd, be
ing n husky guy, kept Cordell on tho
go nil the time. This bout was
n uch enjojed by tho fans, who simp-
I) delighted in the amount of stoush
dcnlt out by both men.
After lllchards got IiIh little, lot,
Cordell looked around for some more
fight, nnd Kid Krankltn, who halls
from the Innd of the Southern Cross,
expressed his willingness to mix
things with the middle. The Kid,
whilst not In the Orlffo or Cocker
Twccdle class, gave n good exhibi
tion of the glove game, ond proved
lo bo nbout as good as nny man of
bis bIio we havo seen In this city,
I'r nn kiln Is anxious to have a go
Secretaries or other author
lied renre-entatlves of clubs
j are asked lo send In a list nt
! events, -chedulcd by them, thit
they may be Included In the
program Address all enmmu-
nlcatlon- to tin Sporlng Kdl
- tor, Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
June -" ChlncscAlohas vs.
l'ulania s. Fort Shatters.
June 2C: Match,
June SC: Monnalua.
July 3: Sullivan vs. Cordell.
July 3 .Sar coni vs. Terry.
July C: Team.
at some of the local pugs, nnd It is
very probable that Joo Cohen will
match him with someone In the near
After flnl-hlng his boxing stunts,
Cordell went through the regular
sklppln gand shndow sparring work,
and wound up n strenuous after
noon's cxcrrluc without showing tho
slightest futlguo. He sure Is In
splendid condition nnd will bo oven
better the night of the fight.
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STANDING OF THE LEAGUES.
New York 23
lloston 2t 22.
Clcvnlnnd .' 22 22
Chlcsgi 19 2.1
St. lnlts 18 20
WHshlrifgo.'l II 28
" National Le-ue.
Clubs. V. W.
Pittsburg nt 18
Chicigo 31 18
Cincinnati 27 23
Now York 23 20
Philadelphia 21 23
St. Louis 19 30
Ilrnoklyn 17 28
lloston ...., ,13 30
Pacific Coast League.
Bj Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Clubs. P. W. Pet.
8nn Frnnrlseo .".'i ?7 mi
1-OH AllKclea 43 32 .573
Portland 37 32 .S3
j Sacramcnti 30 33 .307
Vernon 2D 44 .397
Oakland 23 DO .333
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The officers of the St. Inils College
Aliinint Association were suleclud on
Sunday und are ns follows: Dr. John
F Cowcs. prvmdvnt, Julius V. Ai-cho.
vice president; i:ugcno P. McCann
M'cictnry: Manuel K. Cook, treasurer;
William Chung Hoou, Jr., nudltor. Di
rectors: William P. Jarrelt. James
Williams, i:. A. Hermit and William
Thc.ru will bo ii meeting of tbn Ho-
gatla Coinmlttro nt l o clock today.
' when soma business In connection with
the Hecklcy cup will bo considered
Theic was n good soccer prnclici
out Maklkl way In preparation for the
llllo trip, nnd some of tho plnvers
showed fine form Mont of th men
who intend making the trip to (be
rainy city for the Fourth, turned out
to have a kick and, from (he piesent
look of things, the local tciini will
make a good showing against Ilia llllo
Most of the nrnellen wnu confined lo
, 'punting nnd sprinting down the field
(IMeKlnley, an old-time plajer from the
I Drltlsh Isles, and later of South Africa
' ' played a good game at back and gate
In taste of his quality,
Kddle Fernando was unnble to be
.present, but will turn out lo the. nexl
, practice, which will be held Oils week
I) w iKlit is lila j lug in fine form uui
needs very llttln work to make hliu fl
for a tough gome, Ilrown and Il.illev
also showed first class form and tin
rest of the team, aro coming along In
Tho players who turned out lo prar
tlcc arc as follows: Cralk, Grclg. Chll
llngworth brothers, nice. Sherwood
Ilrown, tlalley, McKlnley, Norton, Cat
ton and Dwight,
Much interest Is .being taken In tho
match between llllo nnd Honolulu, as
both teams havo won one mntch each
and tho winner of tho game nn Mon
day week will becomo the owner of
the beautiful cup which has been do
nnlcd for Hie scries.
Tho llllo team Is reported tu bo
haul at work practicing for the match
and, as there are fto or six men in
tho team who hate plaved (he game a
lot In Scotland, I hoy will ho n tough
bunch for the locals lo go up against
Still tho Honolulu team Is u strong
ono and ns ench p'nver his had mn.n
experience In the game, tho combined
efforts of the boys Bhould Just about
gle (hem tho victory over tho big
MINOR LEAQUE GAMES
FOR NEXT SATURDAY
The Minor I-ohkuo kmiiics which
wore postponed on nccount of (he wet
weather lust Saturday, will bo played
on Sunday noxt. The A tuam will ir
conclusions with the lis mi J n good
tough go Is expected.
The II team was bonl-ii lv llu "
last week, and It Is expected that (ho
A la j out will also hand tho Ok thelr's
on Sunday. Ah Hoe. who niivrd cen
tcrflcld In tho previous gain", will act
ns catcher for the As on Sunday, nn
hu Is expected to mnke aooil In lha"
Ah Hoo leaves ,for his home nn tin
wail In the near future: anil durlir.t hi
ahsencn San Chin Wong will Jiol-l
down tho job a ssecretnry of tho club
The lineup of (ho (earns Tor S..!nln
will bens follows: A learn: Ah Him
p.! Ah Chop. p. j Ah Van, Hi.; Ah
Chark, 2li.; Kau, ss.; Akul, 3b.; Ah
Pat, cf.: Tarn Chock, rf.; C. K. HI, If
II team Ah Mln, c.; Hul Fut, p.: Ah
Fung lb.; Pang. 2b.; Allna. ss.; Chi
Hu 3b.j Ah On, cf.: Ng Chow, rf.;
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The Oahu Iluneliall League expects
lo start up on July 11, or at leost on
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