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EVENINO UUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1909
A Guide To
Fans Want Two
At Athletic Park
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Just received a large assortment of ladies' underwear,
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OUR SPECIALTY IS BEDDING
We are now selling grey hair mattresses at wonder
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elsewhere, And our "citizen-made" woven wire mat
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We now carry a full line of low-priced furniture and
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At tho Athlctlp Park tomorrow
tlicrc will bo a coupto of Duo Ramos
uf bnll, and tho usual crowd Is sure
to roll up and watch tho men at
Tho Marines 'and J. A. C.a wl'jl
play tho second match at 3:. in, and
all the fans aro anxious to ttco huw
the Nipponese team will make out
with their new pitcher, Ksplnda,
who In to make n start tomorrow.
All sorts of Rood things aro ex
pected from tho J. A. C. bunch In
their gamo tomorrow against tho
half-wets, and n marked Improve
ment In their play all around Is
Tho Marines are expected to play
their usual Rome, and that should
lip JiiKt nbout Rood enough to win.
The Marines sometimes play like
champions, and nt other times fall
away and look like a lot of kids.
iUWII, lllun, ic.ll.n ,,t,Ti; l,lt, Ult MUJO
when everything; seems to go wrong
and nothing right.
All the teams have now won and
lost one ganio each, and tomorrow's
HtniRRlc will begin to show whim ,
way tho wind blows as regards tho
Tho first game will ho between tho
C. A. C.s and tho Knlihls, and It, too,
should be Interesting. Clark nnd
Shoppurd will form tho battery for
Kallhl, nnd John I.o and Chi Ilul
will hold tho samo jobs down 'for
(liven n flno day a big crowd of
spectators Is suro to patronlzo tho
park, and as a now band and plentv
of reserved scats will bo on hand,
an enjoyable afternoon's fun seems
Yachtsmen will make a start on tho
round the Island race for tic, Oojrern
or's clip tills afternoon at G o'clock,
and all aro looking forward' to a flno
Tho roco has boon won twice by tho
Kamehamcha and sho only needs to
win onco more to become tho ubsoluto
ownor of tho cup,
Tho first leg of tho raco will be from
the start at tho spar buoy to Barber's
Point; second leg to Kahena point;
third to Kahuku point; fourth to Mo
knpu point and fifth and last to start
Thcio will bo another raco Inside tho
harbor on Sunday, and tho competing
boats nro tho Pearl, Ina, Irmgard "and
Florence. Thn Pearl h.ia won twlro,
hut must vtln flvo times to becomo the
owner of tho cup. TIipbc races for
small craft create a lot of Interest and
Secretaries or other author-
1 lied representatives of clubs
1 are aiked to send In a list of '
events, scheduled by them, th
they may e Included In the
program. Address all coramu-
nlcatlons te) hv Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening D u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
' Aug. 1: K. A. C. s. C. A. C.
Aug. 1: U. S. M. C. vs. J. A. C.
, (Riverside League.)
' Port Shatter vs. Palamas.
Alohas vs. Aalas.
' Aug. 8: Ewa vs. Wulanac.
' Aug. 7: Diamond Honda vs.
Aug. 14: Punahou vs. (
July 31: ii. c. c. vs.
' July 31: Governor's Cup,
, - Tennis.
July 31: Wall Cup.
Aug. 1: Mctncrny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordcll.
Lusiiana and San
There will ha an exciting game of
baseball played ''tomorrow morning at
9 o'clock ouKat Kaplolanl f Park,
when tlie'ofBccri of the. Lustana and
San An'torflo Societies wlirplay a
match. f ,
The' greatest Intercut ,1' being
shower ln tho gamojdand the fans
intend getting out of-bed early to
make the trip out to Kaplolanl on
Kvcry Sunday thero are several
ball games at tho big park, and a lot
of fans' and family parties like to
make the Journey out and spend
the day thero ..watching the base
ball and reclining under the shady
t The lino-up of both teams for to
morrow follows: Lusltana M.
Costa, c; J. S. Naclmenlo, p; Fer
nandez, lb; V. Fernandez, 2b; J. S.
Santos, ,3b; J. A. R. Vlelra, ss; A. S.
NuHclmcnto, cf; J. Pontc, cf; M.
Menzics, rf. San Antonio A.
Fragas, c; M, 8abestlan,p: L. Me
dcrlos, lb; M. Aberu, 2b; M. Ulsho,
rf; J. Marcalllno, ss; II. Correa, It;
A. Itego, If; P. Perrlera, 3b.
The Lusltana nlno mako no bones
about being ablo to put it all ovor
tho Antonloe, but tho latter team has
prepared a barrel of whlto-waih and
will not spare any efforts In decorat
ing their opponents.
It It It
Writes Of Match
Fred Smith, tho well known and
popular lightweight, and Charlie Is
from Charlie -iellly. and tho game lit
tle scrapper writes that although lit
lost the decision to Tommy, McCarthy,
ho had a lead In every round.
According to Charlie thoro was con
slderablc betting on tho contest, and
ho hints that tho reforco's verdict wuh
Reilly nays In his letter that ho had
to meet Roscoo Taylor on July, 30, and
that ho hoivd to put It ovor him for
suro (the fight took place last night,
but tho result Is not yet to hand),
Fred Smith hears regularly from the
popjular lightweight, and Charllo Is
kept In touch with tho boxing situa
tion In these Islands,
'"Reilly mado good do'wn hero as a
decent Ilttlo fellow and his matches
All the most popular books of the' with Fraukiu Smith win fc-nc ho ro-
dny at membcred by tho followers of the
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., ITD.l m
Hotel Street. mm- bulletin aos pay -mm
With regard to tho boxing show
to bo given by Jack Scully at the
Star Theater on August 14, thero
seems to bo a general feeling around
town that there ccrUlnty should bo
a preliminary to tho big contest.
In a letter which Is published be
low a sport airs his views on the
subject, and It must bo said that
there Is a lot ot truth in what ho
E v o n I n g II u 1 1 c 1 1 n.
I am writing you this letter to ex
press tho views ot myself and quite
a number ot friends regarding tho
elimination of tho preliminary for
tho coming Cordcll-Sulllvan go.
I do not assuuia to know whether
or not it has been decided to havo a
preliminary, but simply wish to
write In 'favor ot having ono for the
In the first place the public has
to bo considered. Tho fight fans
havo twlro paid out good money to
see these two men box,, and all or
nearly all of them know what they
can do. Now, suppose this fight
should only go four or flvo rounds.
it wouldn't be very good for tho fu
turity ot boxing, and tho public
would feci ns though they were a
part of that great aquatic family,
commonly called suckers. And no
body can guaruntco tho number ot
rounds. Tnorcfore a good prelimi
nary would "SBTu the duy, even If It
wcro only a six or eight found bout.
Then again It might bring out
championship material, nnd as Sulli
van Is supposed to retlro nnd Cordcll
to leave for tho coast, good material
Isovhat Is needed to keep tho gamo
going. Also It will, give those who
cannot get there early a chance to
see the main bout, and will keep the
early comers from getting restless
Cordcll and Sulllvanre-.good,
and many will travel to see them go
at each other for tho third time, but
there should be a preliminary and a
good one, because there always Is a
chance for an accident happening In
the early part of the bout, and no
body likes to pay to see one short
go, no matter bow good.
Hoping that you can And qpaco
for this letter in your Valuable pa
per, or advocato a preliminary your
self, 1 am sincerely,
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It has been iletv.ed that tho local
po!o,pla)eru will not go to Maul foi
the big ll.irvest Home festival on Aug
ust 14. Instead, they will remain In
town und got Into form for the i'ltcr-
Island g) mkliuim, which Is exported to I
conio off on September 4.
Polo men from both Kuual and Muul
nro expected, to visit Oahu for tho
Bjmkhiinn. and each team Villi play tho
other Tiuce. Half of tho gurnet will
he played at Leilehim and tho balunoj
Then It Is planned to pick the best
eight players of all the teams nnd play
ono final giinie that will make tho polo
fans look lip and take notice.
There will bo practice at Moanalua
this afternoon und a big turn-out Is ex
pected. All tho players aro very keen
on tho game und tho ponies aro taking
to tho sport llko veterans.
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EAT as much as you can.
SLEEP as much as you can
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Tomorrow there will bo two good
ball games at Aala Park In connec
tion with tho Riverside League. The
Shatters will meet tho Palamas, and
the Aalas and Alohas will also havo
a go at ono another.-
Tho first game, which Is to start
at 1:30 o'clock, promises to be a
fine one .and one that will stir the
park fans up to fresh efforts in tho
Kort Shatter will put a strong
team into the field and tho Palamas
will have to buck up to defeat tho
soldiers. Ramsey will pitch (or the
Shatters, and he Is In good form Just
now, Strauss will do the catching,
as llateman, tho .regular roan, will
not bo on hand.
Tho brilliant young baseman, Mr
Call, will hold down third tomorrow;
ho can play well In any position
and is alwajK on tho Job. Mac Is a
trier from way back and It Is. a treat
lo watch him at work.
Lcmm, another hard worker, will
hold down socond, and will, as usual.
bo sure to pluy a good gamo.
, Fpr'thc Palamas Dole will do tho
twirling,' and loople will be'on the
receiving end. This battory is a
strong ono, and If well backed up
by tho rest of the team will very
nearly mako good.
In tho second game Ilardco and
Moses will form tho attacking party, j
und If tho twain pitch and cutch In
their usual form, sonic good, work
will surely bo seen.
The Alohas number several Ma
rines In their ranks, but tho genial
"aibbo" and his mates will bo en-
gagod at tho Athletic Park, .and tho
Aloha team will havo to, play other
men In their stead.
The whole afternoon's sport prom
ises to be a good one, and, no doubt,
it large crowd of fans will turn out
tu seo tho play,
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