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. - Regains Title
Martin J. Sheridan ot New York,
the greatest all-round athlete over
developed, regained his title as all
round amateur champion two weeks
ago by defeating T. L. Matsukes,
the only other competitor, by a wide
margin. Sheridan not only won
every first but one, but he also In
creased his famous point score of
7130 1-2 to 738G.
' Sheridan was In excellent form,
Ms only opponent' being abo to win
the latit event only, the one-mile
run, rather easily.
Sheridan distinguished himself by
clearing the bar at 10 feet 9 Inches
In the polo valut. The summaries'.
National A. A. U. all-around
ichamplonshlrf; competitors, Martin
L. Sheridan, Irish-American A. C,
New York, and Theodore h. Matsu
kes, West 8ldo Y. M. C. A.. New
100-yard dash Won by Sheridan.
Time 10 3-5.
Running high jump Won by
Sheridan, G ft, 7 In.
Half-mllo walk Won by Sheri
dan. Time 4 mln 43 sec.
Throwing 16-pound hammer '.
Won by Sheridan, 12G6 ft. 10 In.
Pole vault for height Won by
Sheridan, 10 ft, 0 In.
120-yard high hurdle Won by
Sheridan. Time, 17 1-5 ces.
Throwing G6-pound weight for
distance Won by Sheridan, 20 ft.
11 1-2 In.
Putting 16-pound shot Won by
Sheridan, 43 ft, 1 1-4 In.
Running broad Jump Won by
Sheridan, 20 ft. 7 1-2 In.
Mile run Won by Matsukes.
Time S mln. 46 sec. .
Total scoro by points Sheridan
7385, Matsukes 3708 1-2.
There will bo two games pf ball
at the Athletic ParU'mipundayarft-
ernoon, and, no doubt, 'a big crowd
ot spectators .will rblUup to watch
thejdodble-header. " ""'
' The Marines and CI'A. C a will try
conclusions' on the diamond, "andj as
the latter team' will be" a lot strong
er than ''on Sunday last, the (game
should ibe a good 'one: ' !.
'; No one doubis for' a minute. that
tho Chinese Athletics can 'put up a
much better game than thoy did on
the opening of tho Park. There
was Internal trouble, and the catch
er and pitcher were at logger heads
all the tlmo. That sort of thing
boon spoils ( baseball, and It Is to be
hoped that next Sunday 'the whole
team will work together and not
let petty Jealousies interfere with
the good ot the tea mas a whole.
Tho Marines are a strong bunch
and are playing better every time
they go up to bat. They work wall
together and always play up to their
best form when behind. It will
take a good team to put Is over the
The second game on Sunday Is to
be between the Kallhls and J. A. C.s,
mid this, too, should provide some
good'sport. Tho Japanese Athletics
defeated tho Chlncso team last Sun
day, and the Kallhls went down to
the Marines, Should tho Kallhls
defeat tho J. A. Ci tho scries will
be left In a very Interesting stage,
and It only thon ncedB tho Marines
to bo defeated to lllustrato the
chances o'f the game. '
Tho Juniors will play at tho Park
In the morning, and the Minors Will
no doubt havo a big audience to tee
them at work. There Is no chargo
for admission In the morning, but
In tho afternoon tho usual prices
will be on' tap.
Olycn flno weather the Athletic
Park should bo crowded every Sun
day, as tho grandstand and bleach
ers aro ,very comfortable and, tho
brand of ball good and snapp).
i Eleven Parsons Injured. Washing
ton, July 11. Eleven pcrsoiiH wore
kllghtly Injured as the rcmilt of a
spreading rail, causing tho derailment
of a passenger train on tho Southern
railway near niantyro, N. C, today.
Tho first-class cars and the parlor cars
wero turned over.
Postal Receipt! Increase. Washing'
ton. July 10 Enormous Increases In
pobtal receipts for the month of June.
1009, compared with Juno, 1909, at GO
of the largest offlcea aro reported.
Da) Ion, O, leads with an Incrcaso of
40 par cent. Seattlo, Wubhlngton, Is
uoxt with 32.20 per cent.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
July 25: Marines vs. C. A. C.
July 25: K. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
July 26Ewa vs. Alea,
July 24. 'Sullivan vs.
Juy 24: ' McCollough vs.
Vahllanl and other bouts.
Jujy 24: Oshu vs.
Aug. 1: Mclnerny Cup.
July 24: Bishop & Co. vs.
Davis ft Co.
July 31: K. C. C. vs.
Baseball Honors "
The question of baseball cham
pionship for ,190a among the east
ern collego teams Is the most com
plex that has arisen In a number of
tars. Had It' not been for the
showing made by tho Harvard nlno
In tho Yato scries, there Is no ques
tion but that university would ham
been hulled as champion; but there
Is little chance of' giving the nine
Iho honors when that 'series Is taken
Of the big eastern teams. Univer
sity ot Pennsjlvanla has the best
iccord as regards games won and
lost; but that team did not face
many of the stronger ones In the
east. Ilrown University made a
cry good, showing, but one that
Mould hardly entitle It to the high
est honors. Cornell also did well,
but' lost Its series', to Yale and
should have been defeated by Har
vard, but managed vto divide those
two games 'wltaTftBatvteamr "
, Kor.tho-flrst tlmo In ers 'Prince
ton made a very poor showing on
the diamond,, In former years It has
been among the' first three ''at the
end of the season, but this year's
team was far below the,, standard.
Both the Yale and Harvard series
were lost, Harvard easily taking two
games and Yale two out of three.
Princeton was very j weak In the box
ns well, as at tbe bat, and .Captain
Dawson will havo his hands lull it
he Is going to make a .championship
team out of next year's material.
Starting with 'the best material In
any college and with but .two posi
tions to be filled rwlth new men. Har
vard promises to make the , best
showing ever made by any team.
Sho had two of the best pitchers that
over filled a college box In Hartford
and Hicks, and a fine catcher In
Captain Currier. All the other vet
erans had made good records in
former years, and Coach Ptepor Is
one ot the best coaches that a col
lege could ask tor. The team road.)
a wonderful showing on its south
ern trip, defeating Georgetown for
the first tlmo In nianv years. The
first aeries the team lost was that to
Drown. That was due to the excep
tlonal pitching of Nourse and tho
fact that the best men In the liar
turd squad were not In condition to
play In the Anal game of that series,
The second Cornell game was lost on
the latter account. Tho first Yale
Home was presented to Yale and
thon returned to Harvard. The
tecond game was deservedly won .by
Yalo and the third one In New York
was simply thrown away. Errors
on the part of some of the most ro-
llublo men on the Harvard team
were responsible for tho runs that
won for Yale and the foolish base
running ot Aronson, ono of the best
plaers on the team, lost Harvard
tho run that would have prevented
tho game going liejond nlno Inlngs,
und git en his team the scries, 3 to
2. Tho playing In thla game un
doubtedly deprived Harvard or a
championship that she, was' clearly
entitled to had tho men placd the
Kind oi uai!,mey were capaoio oi.
Good material will be available next
year frorn which Captain Lunlgan
should make a winning team.
Yalo, probably has tho best claim
to tho championship of any ot the
eastern colleges. The showing mado
tho first ot th.0 year was very poor,
but Improvement was noticeable al
most from tbe very . first, and tbe
showing made In tho Princeton and
Harvard series was very good. These
games wero won by taking every ad
vantage o ftbe opponents' poor play
In gand never giving up until tho
last man was out. In this way Yale
brought her baseball season' of 1909
to a much more successful end than
even the niost optimistic Ynlo sup
nnrler could have ever
Captain fhllbln will lose most of his
Big Gicket Match
' Next Saturday
No less than fourteen plsjers have
been ' listed to represent Davlcs A
Co. at the cricket field at Maklkt on
Saturday, n their match against
Dlshop ft Co.
'It is Interesting to note that quite
a bunch of baseball players figure
In tho list, and that the actual elev
en which will be picked from the
fourteen players will havo a strong
resemblanco to a nine.
j Sumner, Center and Burns cer
.talnly looks like tho beginning of
, a baseball team, and It will be in
teresting to note how the trio
perform on the cricket fleldi The
regular cricketers on the team are
a good lot of players, and Beard
more, Hatfield, Ballejr and Gray
should worry the other bowlers a lot
before they are sent to the right
The team from Bishop's which de
feated tho H. C. C. some time ago is
a strong ono without doubt, and
will take a lot of beating. They
havo some good men on their side,
and they certainly surprised the. Ho
nolulu team with the form they
showed at the first match.
Bishop tt Co.'s eleven will be the
same as that which played the H.
C. C, and as Davles 4t Co. are de
termined to defeat them If possible
there should be a great match.
Archie Robertson Is to play, and
that fact wilt stir the bunch up to
further efforts. If Archie cannot
lead the team to victory no one can.
Hatfield will be a great help to his
side, and may be depended on to pl.lo
up the runs and knock down tho
wickets in International style.
The fourteen men from whom tho
eleven will be picked are aa follows:
G. V. Davics, W, L. Stanley, D. Ross,
B. Beardmore, A. R. Hatfield, P.
Sumner, 11. S. Oray, D. Center, P.
Burns, O. Burns, H. P. Bailey, Ar
chie Robertson, B. Olrdler and
Cordell Favori'" r
Clean Break Go
Jack Cordell dropped Into this of
fice this morning for his usual short
talk1. The middleweight) la looking
well and foels very confident that he
has Dick Sullivan's measure,
' faith reference to the rules to be
fought under, Cordell was em
phatic In his remarks about wanting
to fight "clean break." "I 'under
stand," he' said, "that a large num
ber of the public favor 'clean break,'
and that some people have announc
ed their Intention of not taking In
the light on account of the 'straight'
rules being probably fought under.
I want to say that I will fight 'clean
break' If Sullivan will agree to those
conditions. ' "
"Sullivan baa been able to out-
box everyone1 he has met In thla city,
and I think he should have enough
confidence In himself tb take me on
with a 'clean break.' V
This alt should sound good to the
fight tans, and it Is to be hoped that
Sullivan will agree to box Ccdell In
tho way he desires. A "clean
break" .contest Is much more attrac
tive to the spectators, and as both
the men are so evenly matched as to
their lefts, tho resulting go should
bo a thing of joy.
Cordell will tako It fairly easy
for tho next couple of das, and Sul
llan Is winding up his training now
at Fort Shatter, Both men are In
the pink ot condition, and they havo
left nothing undone to lit them
sehes for tho great contest on Sat
urday night, '
Cordell wilt bo leaving for the
Coast on (he Alameda, and he la de
termined to take Honolulu Dick's
scalp along with him. Jack has
been offered the position of Instruc
tor at tho Hay Held Club In San
Francisco, and will consider the
proposition upon his arrival on the
Tho match on Saturday night Is
going to bo a fierce one from the
tap of tho gong, and with Mike Pat-
ton as referee, the public can rest
assured that tho go will bo decided
on Its merits.
Karly application for tickets Is ad
visable, and they may be obtained at
Kltspatrlck's cigar store, corner of
Hotel and Fort.
best men on this j ear's nine, but If
next year b squad shows as much de
termination to win as did Captain
Murphy's men they will bo hard to
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