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KVENINO UUU.ETIN. HONOLUMJ, T. II., TUESDAAY, JULY 13, 1909.
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Cordell Starts j
Now thnt tlio time nnd placu linn
boon net for tlio next match between
Sullivan nnil Cnnlelt the fight fiitiM arc
beginning to mice more tnko nn In
terest In the doing of the twn men.
Jack Scully In the king pin In the
next bout to tin pulled lift, ami It rock
without trnylng that the affair will ho
managed In the host posidlilo Myli.
Tho proposition thnt the winner
tuke fiO er cent and the loier 40,
looks good to the public, and, after all,
It Ih the public that haa to he consid
ered In tilt fight game. No audience.
no fights that's nil there Is to It, and
the boxers must realize thnt fnct more
than anyone else.
Joe Cohen could not seo his way
clear to mine tho amount to lie fought
for, and consequently some other pro
moters came along and arc going to
take a chance on the scrap. It re
mains to ho seen how the new loca
tion will tako with the public, who
keep the game going and furnish the
necessary sinews of war.
Cordell started training yesterday
afternoon and did his usual stuntf
with the skipping ropes and punching i
hag. Ho will need very little work I
to put him in gtood shape for tho go
with Sulllvun The latter Is making a
start tomorrow at his usual training
quarters, cut at Kort Shatter, nnd will
endeavor to got soino good mlddlo
weight to try out with.
Scully will go on with the arrange
ments for tho scrap, and Is looking
around for sonin likely men for tho
preliminaries, ricsldcs the big fight
there will prnhnbly he two minor
scraps and that should pniNido a splen
did evening's fun for the fnns.
A referee has not yet been decided
on. but Mlko Paltoti will probably be
the third man In tho ring. And n bet
ter ono could not ho found in thlri city.
Mlko is all there with tho knowledgo
of tho gamo, and can be relied upon to
give a proper decision no matter what
R It It
New League Opens '
As the day approaches for tho
opening games of .the Oahu Baseball
League much Interest Is being
shown In tho doing of the men who
are at work on the new park where
the Borlcs nre to be played.
The ground In rapidly being put
Into shape, and the fence and build
ings nro nearly complete. A coral
road Is contracted for, and It will
make the approach to the park very
pIcaBunt nnd comfortable.
Tho opening day, next Sunday,
wilt ho marked by a flno display of
all kinds of stunts, and the parade
jof the various teams, which will
man rrom wall Nlcliol's store, is
sure to attract a lot of attention.
The first ball ot the series will be
pitched by Mayor1 Fern, and Major
Long will tako a swipe at It and
endeavor to knock It out ot the
There arc four teams In the com
petition, and of the bunch the Ma
rines and C. A, C.b seem to stand out
prominently. The J. A. C.s and the
Kallhla nro also capable of putting
up a good brand of ball, and, taking
n line on tho past performances of
the teams, they should stir the
other combinations up to making
their very best cffortB,
The line of march will be as fol
lows: From Wall Nichols along King
btreet to River, to Deretanla, to
Aala lane and grounds. Mayor Tern
und Vlco President A. Q. Marcnlllno
will head tlio parade and will he fol
lowed by the plnyern und others In
I the following order: Recording
Secretary A. K, Akau and Corre
sponding Secrotnry I.. D. Tlmmons;
j Umplro 13. K. Fernandez and Scorer
i Nigel Jackson, Iloynl Hawaiian
' llndil, U. S. Marino team, Kallhi
team, J, A, C. team nnd the C. A. C.
I team, The Oalui Uascball Juniors
1 will bring up tho rear and will bo in
I the following order: Nuhnck .
I Club, Asahl A. C, I'ortugucvo A, C,
nnd Chlncso A. C. The Murshull of
the Day will ho A. K. Vlorrn.
Moving pictures will bo taken of
tho parada und various doings nt tho
park. The opening day of tho new
league should be a red lettor duy
tt n it
c!!i:i:n to watch i'oi.o hamk
Loudon, Juno 29, As Queou
Alexandra Is desirous of witnessing
the next match between American
and flrltlsh players for tho American
polo cup, the contest has been post
poned until July 1.
July 18: Opening of Oahu
July 18: Alca vs. Walanc.
July 25 Kwa vs. Alca.
July 24. Sullivan vs.
Juy 21: McCollough vs.
Wnhll nnd other bouts.
July 24: Oahu va.
Aug. 1: Mclncrny Cup.
July 24: II. C C. vs.
COHEN PUTS UP
Manager Arranges For
Tho return polo match between
the Onhu team nnd the Fifth Cav
alry Is, after all, to be played nt Lei
Ichun, Instead of at Moaniilun, Ow
ing to the recent rains, the beautiful
field nt Mr. Damon's estate is rather
wet nnd soggy, and It was thought
better to transfer tho match to
The oftlcers of the Fifth hnvo prac
ticed hard, are In good nhapc for tho
big- game, nnd can be relied upon fo
put up n much better go against
tho local men ban on tho first occa
sion ot their mooting. j
There will be no change In the
make up of the teams, and the samo
players will represent their respec
tive clubs. Dr. Irwin will be on
the spot ready to act as substitute,
and. although tt Is hoped that the
necessity will not nrlso to use him,
still It is best to be on tho safe side,
and If the doctor Is called out he
may be depended on to put up a
Tho periods will be tho samo nn
last time, vlr., 7 1-2 minutes, nnd,
nftcr nil, that arrangement worked
out better than the full 10 minues
would have. With only two mounts
each, ten minutes n period Is n little
too strenuous in thin climate.
The usual crowd of polo enthusi
asts Is Burn to make tho trip to Lei
lehua, nnd, given H flno day. the
sport should be of tho very best. '
It In a long way out to tho llarracks, I
but tho scenery on route amply rc
pajs one for the trip. I
It Is hoped that polo will be piny-
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And so It came to pass that a boom
In boxing camo about. No less than
two managementn catering for tho "d In tho near future at Kaplolnnl
pleasures of. the Honolulu public, Park, which place, being a control
and both striving to put up tho best one, nnd also nn ideal spot for tho
show on earth! iRamc, would surely draw record
Although Joo Cohen will not come crowds,
to terms wjth Cordell nnd Sullivan. I The llnc-up of both teams wlirbo
with regards to )io fight thnt Is as folfaws: Oahu 'Dillingham,
scheduled for Saturday week, the Baldwin, Fleming nnd Dcnlson. Fifth
genial manager Is putting up a nhow ( Cavalry Hanson, Bhorldnn, Quek
of his own at tho Orphcum that cer-1 cmej'cr and Harnard. Probably tho
talnly looks, good to the fans. ncn will play In tho same positions
Mr. Cohen was seen by n llulle-: "o nri game, nunougn li in
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ho expressed himself ns follows: hln place,
Cordell enme to me and said he i
wanted $100 more for the next fight
and that, If I could not give It, an
other party would. Probably If I
ijeff. Will Post Big
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had agreed to that proposal the oth
er nrlnclnal in the scran would havo
come along for an Inciease In Ills TOP.ONTO, July 13. James J
stipend ,ajio. And where would I Jeffries hns- denied tho statement
have been" then? Thore would hnvo that he will not fight Jack Johnson,
hoen a lot of money In the show for ""d declares that he will post a for
me If I had to pay out 200 more, . 'c't next week.
wouldn't thore? No! count me
out of the Sulllvnn-Cordell fight. I'll ' No one has had much doubt but
run nnother show at the Orpheum'what Jcfftlcs will fight Johnson ns
on July 24. nnd will put up as good on ns the proper tlmo comes, and,
n program as has been seen in this Judging from the look of things, that
city, I will not be very long now,
"It has been written that Jack I Of course things will bo mixed up
Scully stepped Into the breach, but & bit In the event of Ketchell defeat
nothing of the sort happened; the Ing Johnson, but as that is very" Im
boxers made the breach themselves, probable we no doubt will see tho
and I've done with them." negro, champion and the hope ot the
Mr. Cohen has arranged a very at- whites do battle In tho roped arena,
tractive program for Suturday week, I lom the cable which Is printed
nnd the' list Is headed by Wahllanl above It would appear that rumors
and Iroiiman McCollouch. who will huvo been floating around to the cf-
so ten rounds. This should prove feet that Jeffries would not meet
a real good go, and as the soldier
will be In much better condition
when next he appears In the ring, ho
should put up a great fight against
Then 8a r con I and Marathon Jack
son will havo another argument over
an eight-round course, and the fans
who saw those two men box somo
months ago aro aware of what eort
of a scrap tho two can put up.
The two remaining contests aro
between men who have Rood local
reputations, but who huvo not been Commercial Club. At tho meeting,
icon In public before However, which bus boon, called for-8 o'clock,
tho fact that the scraps will be, more xomo Important matters will bo taken
or less, between representatives of up and ono of these Is tho disposition
different branches of tho scrvlco, of tho yacht Hawaii, Tho Mncfarlano
lends Interest to them, cup raco handicaps havo also to be
Zangnrl of Fort 8haftcr will tako arranged, and a date set for tho veent.
on Hull of Camp Very for four Tho handicaps for tho Governor's cup
rounds, und Coll, the well-known raco, which is to bo Bulled for on July
Marino buscbuller, will settlo a little 31, have also to bo fixed. Tho race in
four-round business stunt with, to bo around tho island ,and as thora
Fm-dmnn ' Schoflolil Darracks. will bu n full moon on August 1, a
Taking It altogether the program most enjoyable crulso should eventu
regular bcore feat In which tho Kuno
ohes hud tho better ot It.
I The following was tho lineup; und
tho runs mudo by each;
Knneoho: Ah Fat, 0; Ocorgo L. 811
va, c 1; John Sllva, If 1; Robert. Ka
maiinu. 3rd 1: Ah Pa, rr 0, Jos, Bright,
P, 1; Uen Pahta, hs, 1; John McCabo,
1st 1; Ah Tong, cf, 2.
Wallau: Kahuo, 1st, 2; Kddlo Don,
If, 1; Lul Hookuno, p. 3: Sam. c. 0:
T. Stewaid rf, 0; PHI Lane. cf. 0;
"Dearie" for the championship, and
Jeff, hearing the talk, has hastened
to announco hU Intention of posting
a forfeit to bind the match.
Once the forfeit Is put up, and the
big scrap finally arranged, Interest In
the contest will grow larger every
day until the eventful day when LI I
Arth Is to get his little lot good and
hurd from the boiler maker.
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Thcro will bo a meeting of the Ha
waii Yacht Club this ovenlng at tho
Is an attraptlve one, und, as the
udmlstilon churges are going to be
rot ut a popular flguro, the house
bhould bo a good ono.
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Waialuas Defeated By
The Kaneohe Players
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokloy, Jr.
A snappy gumo of baseball wus play
ed on tho Harris Baseball Ground Kn
neoho. on Sunday, between tho Wallau
ti-sni nnd tho Kineoho team resulting Puhla, 3rd, 0; Paul, ss, 0; Lul Kupu
In a victory or the Kaneoho by 8 to 7. hua, rf, 0.
Uach team had a goodly hind or root- HS5!P,"","""5!"
era along and evdrybody hurt a good t.llml
time, even thu losers, Mp VWAIllM
Thu Kaucohes opened the tearing by I'll tlTltllll
hitting up five In tho flftll Innln;. Th
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