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KINO 8-REET PHONE 2S7.
How Dick And Jack
As announced In yesterday's But
I o 1 1 n, Corded and Sullivan are
matched to box twenty-flvo rounds
on the evening of August '14, at the,'
Star Theater. (
The men have agreed to weigh tn t
nt 166 pounds at 3 o'clock on thej
auernoon oi me maicn. Israeli
wanfs to box under the) clean break
rule, and it Is not yet known If Sul
livan will agree to that, but It Is
hoped so by the fans ot .theUown.
There was a lot ot plllkla encoun
tered before the match was made,
and at one tlmo yesterday It looked
us If every hope of the two men
meeting would have to be aban
doned. Cordcll had decided to leave for
the Coast ot the Alameda and noth
ing could change his mind. He was
going, and that was all there was
to It. Sure, he would return In a
couple ot months and box Sullivan,
but not now, thank you.
Things looked hopeless, and al
though halt a dozen sports chased
Cordell from place to place and but
tonholed him, and Impressed upon
him the beauties of Honolulu, the
lad from the Coast would not listen
to any talk of remaining.
"I know what It Is," said one
sport. "Jack wants to see bis girl
ond she wants to see him." This
raised a hugo laugh, but still there
was nothing doing In tha way- ot
Tho fans were desperate, and then
n couplo of special fans wero called
on to assist the good cause: One
disappeared In a hack and another
In an automobile, and as Cordcll had
departed a short time before for re
gions unknown, a long stern chase
The hack contingent visited Ave
or six likely spots, but had no luck
In locating the middleweight. The
automobile swell covered more
ground and within an hour had con
nected up with Cordell, who on hav
ing the matter plainly put to him,
and after listening to some convlnc
ng arguments, finally decided' to
stay In Honolulu and box Dick once
Then there was joy In the Bowery
and the news was flashed all over
the city. Jack Cordell was always
popular with the public, but now Is
even more so. He will never regret
delaying his departure to tht coast,
and no matter how the contest of
August 14 goes, he will be remem
bered as a good fellow.
This coming match will be Dick
Sullivan's last for sure, as he Is en
tering the employ ot a well-known
firm and will cut, out the fight game
This twenty-five round altalr
should settle once and for all which
Is tho hotter man ot the two, and
the struggle should be a One one.
Tho men havo met twice already,
and on both occasions boxed to a
draw. Over the longer distance a
decision should bo arrived at for
Jack Scully Is pleased to havo
brought tho men together once
more, and he Is figuring on Mike
Patlon to referee the go. There
may be one preliminary a short
one but that Is not yet settled.
With a twcntyyflvo round main event
there Is not much need for a minor
affair, ns most people like to get
out from a show at a reasonable
tt n a
May Be Another
Many attractlontrare planned for thu
Athletic Park and among the latest
Bchemes ate moving plcturo shuus and
a Marathon race. The laliir event
may jxHslbly be brought off by tier
trie light and that is a gool idou.
Footracing by electric light was In
great vogue. In Australia for bomu
jears, and flourished wonderfully un
til tho crooked bunch got In their
wifrk and killed tho game.
Tho advantago ot longdistance run
ning by electric light la that the even.
IngH are bo much cooler than tho da) s
and the runners do not gut so exhaust
Then tho public like to go somwhere
In tho uvunlngs and a big crowd of peo
ple, who are not in favor of Sunday
races, and who cannot get away on
Saturday afternoons, woul fUurely roll
ly to a place, ot amusement whore they
could sit In comfort and watch an In
teresting long distanco ovonU
Ab boforo mentioned In the liullc;
tin, tho track at the Athletic Park
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
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Aug. l: ,K.lA. CJ..s. C. A. C. '
Aug. 1 : U. B. M. C. ve. J. A. C, -
Aug. 8: JSwa vtl Walanae.
Leane Oases. .
Aug. 7: Diamond Heads vs.
Aug. 14 - Punahou vs.
July 31fH. C. C. vs.
July 31: Governor's Cup.
July Jli Wall Cup.
Aug. 1: iMoInerny Cup.
Aug. 14: 8ulllvn vs. Cordcll.
pans out at sis lapii to the mile, and
the curves aru gradual' and easy.
The track'' has been marked with
metal screw, sockets that hae been
capped. Alt thai Is necessary when
the track la needed for a race Is to
unrcrew the caps and Insert the stakes
for tho rop that will 'euclrclo the
track, j A t
On Bunday next there will bo a dou
ble header at thfe Park, when the Mar
ines and C. A. C.s meet at 1:30, and
the Kallhla and J. A. C.a at 3:30
o'clock. v l
Both game's should be good ones and
tho usual crowd lll nd doubt turn up
to seo the plaj,-' v '
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Jewels v Pun?.
Next BsUnUr ' wk tha old
league grounds should, be crowded
with baseball fans-who will' enjoy
the sight of a good game ot ball Once
The good old Diamond Heads will
try (conclusions with the favorite
Punahous, and one of the old-time
games that used, to rouse' everybody
up to enthusiasm will surely be played.
It Is Indeed -good to think that we
are to have "Mg".'' ball once more,
and that the frs-class mta WQ0 ea.
tcrtalned the fans' a' while ago will
be seen In aeton again.
mere win Be one game every Bati
urday afternoon, and It will atart
at 3 o'clock, thus giving the public
a chance ot getting out to' the
On Saturday week the Punahous
will go up against Bt. Louis, and
that, too, should be a fine game.
Charlie Kalk and Kddlfc .Ffcrdahdet
are looking after the business1 end
of tho matter, and aeason tickets for
resened seats can Cte obtained for
94, whilst season (ordinary) tickets
only cost $2.50.
Baseball was always enjoyable at
tho league grounds, and now that
the bugbear of debt has been re
moved through the action of the
Rapid Transit Company, .the pros
pects of the game look very' bright.
The schedule Is arranged to run
right through August and Septem
ber, and will finish up on October 2.
There are four teams Id the Compe
tition, via; St. Louis, Kamiamtha,
Junahou and Diamond Hsslr. Ths
'combination of ball tosserat'U as
good as can be. gotten together In
these Islands, and the public should
give them H the encouragement In
their powerV '' .
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A. K. Vierr Writes
Of Oahu League
With reference to the rumor that
was all over town on Monday to the
effect that the J. A. C.a had decided
to withdraw from the Oahu Base
ball League owing' to the decisions
ot tho umpire not being considered
correct at the game last Sunday, It
now appears that the matter has
Manager A. K. Vlerra has written
this p'aper as follows:
' "I desire to inform the patrons
of baseball at the Athletic Park
that matters with regard to the J.
A. C.a rumored retirement from the
Oahu League ave been readjusted,
and that the J. A. C.a will show up
as usual, If not better, next Sun
day. There was some trouble with
the pitcher, but this has now been
"The second game last 8unday did
not meet with the approval of the
public. It was not the fault of the
Kallhl team, for they played good
ball, but Ed Townsend and Jnhn tc.
Notley, manager and captain of the
J. A. C. team wish to express their
personal regret to'r tho crippled con
dition of their team last Bunday.
"It has always been 'their Inten
Hon to give the public a square deal,
ana mis occurrence nss upset them
a great deal. -1 thought It proper.
In Justice of them, to explain the
"Trusting that the baseball fans
will realise our position and 'trust
ing that they will continue to ex
tend their patronage to the league,
A. K. VIERRA."
This Is very satisfactory to learn,
and no doubt the J. A. C.s will lv
In great form next Sunday. But
one thing they must stand for, and
that Is that the umpire is In a bet
ter position .to Judge the play than
any Individual excited player or fan
enough said. .
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Inter-Island And ( :
So Hlto Is going tn for cricket
Li4pqtJy, andwlth Fred Harrison
deeply interested In ,tha tame, It Is
pure to boom.' They have plenty of
good cricket material In the Cresc
ent 'City and on the surrounding
plantations, 'and there la no doubt
that they can put a strong team into
the" field. .",
.' Harrison reckons on1 making ' a
pitch at.Mboheau Park.jand'the site
Is certainly a good'' one. and very
I little work is. needed to make a good
Ever since the Hllo team defeated
the Pollard bunch the game I has
beon on the boom, and the cricketers
from the rainy town tell confident
enough to It tackle Honolulu at any
lime. True, tne Pollards btat a
Honolulu team and were In turn dt
feated by the Hllo batsmen, but the
IIHonlaiiH will bump up against a
much stronger combination of crick
eters when they meet Oahu then on
rny other occasion
Cricket seems o have come to life
In Honolulu, and the matches be
tween the different business houses
are responsible for the boom In the
There are lota of points In cricket
that have, like In baseball, to be un
derstood .before they can be appre
ciated, and tt Is certainly funny to
hear the remarks of the baseball
fans who sometimes pause to watch
a cricket match.
' "Slide!" one will remark to a fat
cricketer who Is trying his best to
avoid being run out. "That's the
dope. Why, what'a 'the matter?
Whyjdldn't he walk?" "Put 'em
over the plate here; give him a
chance to hit you, and auch re
marks, are bandied about. Yes, It's
great sport to sit In the pavilion and
And then, when a baseball man Is
keeping track of the scoring board
and hears that a man la out, the
board artist will Inquire bow many
runs the last man made. On being
told that 26 Is the total he will wlnW
at another diamond man and say.
"(lee, wo muaf, buy that fellow for'
the Punchbowl nine, and the other
eight need never ball"
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The correct handicaps for the
Governor's cup, which is to be sail
ed (or next Saturday and Sunday,
aro, 'a a . follows; Kamehameha,
scratch: Charlotte C, 1 hour 6 mln-j
utes; Clad 8, 1 hour IT minutes;
Helenc, 2 houra 34 minutes; Ha
waii I, 3 hours 40 minutes.
Formerly cutter for W- t. loth, ii
now in charge of L. 1. KXtR A
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