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KVUNINH littl.t.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, JUNK 28, IflOil.
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li.C. Club Beaten
By Bishop &
There wn n Rood nnio of cricket
tin 8,itunli nt Maklkl nml rusultcri
In n team from IIIbIiop & Co. defeat
lug the II C C. 1) tlic respoctalilo
innrKln (if " run"
The icsuU of the Riime wn n sur
plice to ninny people, but Ik about
Uir licHt thing that could liavo hap
pened for llic kdoiI o ftbo old gania
In tills city Fur nqw that there l
mi mitaldc team which tins procd
capable of defeating the II, C. Co.s,
there will be much moro Interest
taken In the game, and the members
u'ill get out to practice more than
ii"v have done In the past. '
The II C. C. won tho tosji nnd sent
lliclr opponents In to bat. That nc-,
lion showed confidence, but ,nlus, It
was nilspluaccd, as the Illshop team
Idled up no less than 131 runs In
quick order. I
Mncciincl nnd Cockburn showed i
good form nnd kniiocked up 77 runs j
between them. The former's bat-1
Mug was n good exhibition of clean,
Mgorous hitting. He never gnvc a
limine nnd was finally caught and
howled by Maclean for 43.
Corklniiii. nho nlso plajcct In ex
cellent form, hit up 34 beforo suc
cumbing to one of Anderson's wily
slows, which he hit to McOIII, who
made n nice catch.
Gray, who, with Maccouel, open
ed the Inning for Illshop & Co., mado
13 in his usual neat manner beforo
Morn? cleanly bowled him with a
well-pitched ball, which enmo In u
llltln fiom the off.
There were no "duck eggs" on tho
lllidiop side, and cnili man managed
In kcoic nt least imu beforo getting
out Tho extras In tho shape of
bes, etc., mountd up lo ten runs,
ml helped to swell the total con
siderably. Ilalley mid Ilenrdmoro opened the
ball for tho II. C C, but the latter
was brilliantly caught by Sinclair
olt lldlrd. Morse nilcd tho vacancy
mid knocked up 9 before hitting ono
lo Sinclair, who easily held It.
Hub Andorson was disposed of he
fore he had got properly set, and
Sinclair was responsible for his (lis
missal. Maclean whb top scorer for
II. C. C, making 1ft before he was
run out In attempting n short run.
Klddes, who was bowled by Mc-
Intyre, knocked up 11, nnd seemed
to be at homo to ho bowling until
.Melntyru pulled ono out of tho box
and knocked the off stump back a
foot or to.
Tho H. C. C. total of 64 Is very
small, and It Is hard to nccount for
It The wicket was as usual, nnd tho
team a fairly strong one. Anderson
was got rid of cheaply, and Morse
also went for n few. Tho fact that
no It'bs tliiin flvo men went for cyph
ers effected tho rycsult a lot, but
the II. C. C. team, on paper, should
have done better.
noli Anderson accounted for no
run than cdghl wickets nnd honied
In excellent form. Sinclair, for
llllhopg, had it hand In getting rid
of llvo men, catching thrco himself
mid getting the other two with tho
Mclntyro'x acrage of 3 wickets
for 8 runs was remarkable, as was
Simpson's who captured " wickets
for the same number of runs.
Thcic wns a large crawd of spec
tators present and the gnmo was
much enjoyed. Itcfrexhmcnts were
served during the afternoon nnd a
good time was had by all.
The scores are as follows:
11IS110P & CO.
T. I. W. Gray, c. und b. Miiclemi 3
Maciouel, c. nnd b, Ualdwln, , , , 43
II. M. Sinclair, b. Anderson 4
A. Ilalrd, c Macalllan, b Ander
V. Jiiiuloson, b. Anderson l
.1 I,. Cockburn, e. Mctllll. b. An
M. Mclntyio, c. Ilalley, b. Ander
son . . , .' i .-..,. r 1
V. Simpson b, Anderson 9
Dr. Stublis, stpd. Ileardmorc, b.
Anderson ,,....., 1
C I.ouls, c. and biAnderson . . . . 3
U. S Waterhouxe, b. McOIII.,.. fi
M. Graham, not out G
HONOLULU CltlCKET. CLUll.
Il.illoy, b. Slncvlalr 9
llcurdmore, e. Sinclair, b.
V. More, c. Sinclair, b. Mc-
Anderson, c. Oray, b. Sinclair l
It. M. Muclciin, run out 1.'
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Becldey, Jr.
Secretaries or other author-
Ized representatives of clubs
nro asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, tint
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
nlcatlons to Hit' Sporting lid I-
tor, i: v e n I n g Uulletln.
July 3: Sullivan vs. Cordell,
July 3; Sarconl vs. Terry.
July C: Team.
(Continued from Page 7.)
Dentson, Mima and Uetsyi and Dil
lingham, Puuloa and Stumpy.
Dr. Irwin wns on tho ground
I cad y to play substitute If called
upon, but his services were not re
quired. The line-ups were: Oahu
Polo Club Dr. llnldwln, No. 1;
George Denlson, No. 2; Walter Dil
lingham, No. 3; John Fleming, No.
4, Fifth Cavalry Lieutenant liar
nurd, No. 1; Lieutenant Queckmcy-
cr, No. 2; Lieutenant Sheridan, No.
3; Lieutenant Hanson, No. 4. Um
pire, Lieutenant Conner, U. S, Engi
neers. Time of periods, 7 1-2 min
utes. Actual time of game, 1 hour,
Quito a number of people remain
ed nt tho barracks for dinner, and n
most enjoyable danco was held after
wards. The officers wcrb most hos
pitable and treated ovcryono right
royally. Tho cntlro trip was a most
fanjpoyahlo one, and many wero tho
wishes that another polo match bo
played In the near future.
Tho trip homo wus made In fast
lime, ami the marvelous pineapple
fields weie only glanced nt. And
mure;, Is the pity, for ono felt in
clined to linger and Inspect this new
Industry which Is rapidly making
such strides. The ronds wcro In
good .order, and except for a little
dusty p.itili here and there, the run
to tho city was as good as could be
Tho general opinion Is that tho
Maul players will hnVa to bo at their
best to defeat tho Honolulu team,
und that when they come to town to
do buttle with our reprcsenntlvcs
tho biggest crowd ever seen' at a
polo gume In theso Islands will turn
out tu sco the match.
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RESULTS IN DEAD HEAT
The flfty-j ards swimming race
which was held at the Walklkl Inn
Ksteiday resulted In a dead heat be
tween V llaltcrsby nnd V. Klnslca,
with one second start. The third
man was J, I'ccnch, who sturtcd off
the 1 1 seconds mnrk.
Tho rnco, which was watched by
a largo crowd, was n most Interest
ing one. Thcro wcro six sturtcrs,
und they nil finished In n bunch,
Inches unly separating tho different
The starters wcro Hattcrshy, Klus
le.i, Kdiiiuiids, I'ccnch, Wnldou and
Kent. The favorite for tho rnco was
tumble to start.-owlng to n slight In
disposition, and Htlrwcuthcr also did
i.ot fnvo the starter, Tho 1 1 mo put
up by the two dead heaters was two
seconds slower than "Smacker" cov
ered tho dlstanco In last week. It
is to he regretted that tho champion
was unable to swim In the nice.
It was decided to swim off Iho)
dead heat next .Sunday afternoon,
mid another race over 100 yards will
probably also bo pulled off at tho
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BASEBALL ON HAWAII
BOfJMINQ IN QREAT STYLE.
Il.iscliall Is booming on the big Is
land, unci large crowds nttend e.vcry
match. In tho present sorles the
llllo team has won' ho less than flvo
out of six mutches and lead In tho
competition. , , o
Last Sunday's baseball gatuo be
tween the Mnohcuiiiind llllo teams
proved n walk-over for tho latter,
who won by t! to 0, Tho Mooheuus
wero entirely at, tho mercy of tho
llllo pitcher, I). Kcalohu, and woro
only nblo to securo one bluglq off his
delivery, which was made by Todd
J. II. riddes.'b. Mclntyre 11
C l Maxwell, c. Sinclair, b. Mc-
J C. .McOIII, b. Simpson U
A. Mitiealliim, b. Simpson U
I !. Tucker, ran out o
II. M. Ayres, e. Gruy, b. Mclntyre
J. rodmorp, not mil u
Is Shown In
As the time approaches for Jock
Cordell nnd Dick Sullivan to step
Into the ring, Interest In tho event
Is becoming very keen. Tickets nro
notnc oft In great style, nnd from
present indications the Orphcum will
bo crowded on Saturday night next.'
Sullivan Is a sllgh( favorite overt
Cordell, but Unit Is only natural, as I
Dick has been so long In this city,
and has shown what lie can do In
the squared circle.
Cordell has Impressed overyone by.
his cleverness and good condition,
but it remains to be seen If he Is as.
quick ns Sullivan, (loth men nro In
me inn oi condition, nnu uotu arc
determined to do their level best on
Cordell has been going In a lot
for swimming lately, nnd he is be
coming tanned and bronzed looking.
He looks upon a flftccn-round con
test as only n short Journey, and
icckon he will get through without
much trouble. .
Sullivan knows exncly what ho Is
up against and Is taking no chances
In his training. He is watching his
weight closely and Is Just hovering
around tho 159 pound murk now. He
will step Into tho ring as fit as
hands can make him, and thero Is
no doubt but what ho has a great
chanco of winning.
Sullivan's supporters laugh at any
suggestion as to tho champion being
leaten. He, In their opinion, can
not possibly loso to Cordell.
The new comer, on tho other hand,
Iuib a following of barrackcrs who
hay ho will beat tho studlng out of
Dick. Well, both sides cannot tip
the result correctly, and, nnyhow,
what about n draw?
It Is sure going to be a flue Bcrap
from tho tap of the gong, nnd It
will bo slouch, stouch, and jot more
slouch, for ten rounds or so.
.Tho preliminaries will also bo
good, and evcrjono will bo glad to
sco McCollough In tho ring ugaln.
The second preliminary will prob
bly be between Sarconl nnd n sailor
from the St. Louis, nnd yet ono more
will bo between "Kid" Franklin and
another. 8t. Louis man. Tho Sdnuy
blukn Is a pretty smart glovo artist,
and will make tho man-of-wursman
sit up (or rather down) boforo tho
bout Is finished.
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EXCITED OVER GAME.
That the Maul baseball players are
excited over the prospects of tho inter-Island
game Is very evident, nnd
the following from tho pen of a Wal
luku fan will be rend with Interest:
WAILUKU, Maul, Juno 2.r. (Spc-
elul) All tho baseball fans and
plajers arc enthusiastic over tho of
fer made by Honolulu men for Oahu
team to como up and try conclusions
with a picked Maul team of crack
bal plajcrs July 3 and 4, Saturday
Tho Muiil men held n meeting
Monday evening Inst and arranged lo
play tho Siiturduy gamo nt the Kit
hulul Park, and the Sunday gumo at
Well's lnrk, Walluku. All tho guto
receipts, after deducting expenses,
lo gu to tho Honolulu team.
Tho All-Maul team will lino up
as follows: Mejors, cj Krugcr or
Ah Hock, p; Win. Hal, lb; J. Gar
clu or Nowcll, 2b; Il.tlloy, Stir Alt
Van, ss; Cummliigs, if; Wulkcr, cf;
Win. Morris, rf; Dan Arslu and I'.
Kpslndii, siibs; V. S. Mountcustle,
manger; Mojcrs .captain. A soili
arm will nrovont Union, iim Muni
crack pitcher, froii taking part.
Meanwhllo all tho loyal Maul fans
will get thoKuhuuasat work tohuo
the Honolulu men pick up tho caio
fully worked over bats with tho big
Invisible holes In them.
185 edltorUI room 256 bus.
less kfflce. These are the taiephont
umhr of the BullYtfn offle.
In tho second Inning., As thcro was
no one on buse at tho time tho lone
blnglo did no tU'mago'. Thoptand
Ins of the teams In llllo Lcnguo, Inv
eluding tho games of last Sunday, Is
llllo fi s 1
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Uncle Sam furnishes the
4th. and we are ready to fur
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Rockets, Pinwheels. Crack
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Canes. Balloons, Flapc, Can
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Exhibition assortments from
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a complete celebration.
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