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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.r FIUDAY, AUOUBT 13, 1909,
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Secretaries or other author
' lied representative! of clubi
' are aiked to send In a lift ot
events, scheduled by them, that
' they may be Included In the
program. Address all'commu
' nlcatlons to the Sporting Edi
tor, Evening Bulletin.
Aug. 14: Punahou vs.
' Aug. 21: Knms vs. St. Louis.
Aug. IB: J. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 15: (j. A. C. vs. U. 8. M.
' Aug. 21: II. C. C. vs. Maul.
' Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
Aug. lfi: Mrlncrny Cup.
' Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordell.
' Aug. 11: Sniconl vs. .Terry.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
Now that tho night Is approaching
for the big boxing content between
Dick Sullivan and Jack Cordell, Inter
est in the championship ocnt Is grow
ing very strong,
noth tho men have cased up In their
ork, and today and tomorrow will,
tnko a rest In anticipation of tho stren
uous tlmo thoy will havo to put In In
the ring tomorrow night.
'It Is thought by many fans that tho
fight will end sometime beforo the
twenty rounds aro gone through; oth
er exports at tho light gamo reckon
that both men wllljio on tlulr feet at
the end of tho deciding round and that
another draw will eventuate for sure.
However, one thing is certain nnd
that Is Hint tho spectators are going
to bo treated to a wonderfully fast fight
nnd ono that thoy will not forget In a
Sullivan will win If possible and
thcro Id no doubt of his wanting to set
tlo tho championship without room for
question beforo he settles don to tho
business life for tho rent of his joars.
Jack Cordell Is equally determined
to get Dick's scalp It ho ran, and It
won't bo Jack's fault if the genial
Sully's halrlock Is not dangling from
his belt when ho boards tho steamer
for tho Coast.
Tho Star Theater should he abso
lutely crowded '"tomorrow night and
Iho fnn who thinks that he can stroll
lawn to Iho theater at 8 o'clock to
morrow night, nnd get a scat In any
rirt of Iho hoiiRo will find that ho Is
most greatly disappointed.
'1 lie preliminary will be a real good
io too. and both Barconl and Terry
arc going to put up the fight ot their
.Ives beforo tho contest Is over..
Mike I'atton will referee the big
match, and It tho fight Is anything like
tho List one, his Job will not be the
easiest In tho world.
Howovcr, Mike Is capable of taking
care of any kind of a contest, and tho
public may rest assured that tho de
cision will bo given to tho best man.
All tho fittings arc ready at the
Star, In fact they hate not been re
moved since the last scrap. Tho an
nouncing will bo done by Mr. Ander-
sbn and he fills the bill most satlifac
tority at all times, and leaves nothing
to bo dcslrod as an Introducer of now
pugilists and also old tlmo ones.
Sullivan will have his old reliable
henchman, McFnddcn a'nd the two
llclnes In his corner, and thoy will
look after Dick's health In good shape.
Tommy Lano will be In Cordell's
corner, and "Kid" Terry If still In to
land of the lUIng, will also do his lit
tle bit to help Jack.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS AUQ. 7,
tnn Frunclhct 86
Los Angeles 71
Clubs W. L.
rittHburg Cfi 27
Chicago 64 30
Nuw York 51 37
Clnclmmtl 48 46
St. Lotiltt 40 50
I'lillndolphta 41 53
Ilrookljn 35 69
llnstun 26 09
Clubs V. L.
Detroit 62 36
I'hllniluliihln 59 40
Huston Zl 44
Cleveland 52 48
Chicago -18 50
Nuw York 4fi "52
St. Units 13 54
Washington i 29 72
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
When tho St. Louis and Punahou
learns step on tho league ground dia
mond tomorrow afternoon, thcro
should bo very few vacant scats In
Iho grandstand, to hay nothing of
Doth learns arc capable of put
ting up n flno game, and It Is cer
tain that the men will do their very
host to each put It over the other.
The Punahous will be stronger to
morrow than on Saturday last, and
thoy should be able to show the pub
lic that with a llttlo practice thoy
aro as good as ever they were.
Tho Junior plajcre who are going
to play with tho "big" men will also
be watched with great Interest, as
a lot depends on the way they shape.
Tlckots havo been going oft In
great style, nnd ns tho cost of re
served scats has been reduced from a
half dollar to 35 tents, no doubt a
number of people who have not pur
chased season tlrkets will take a
run out to the ground! and have a
look at tho Honolulu League mon
Charlie Falk and Eddie Fernan
dez are working tooth and nail to
muko a success of the big league
ball, and It Is to be hoped that the
public patronlzo the game as thoy
Saturday afternoon ball Is what
tho people havo liceq looking for
ward to for soma time, and It In no
way effects tho regular Sunday
llort Dowers will umpire tho
games, and thcra Is not a better man
for tho position In these Islands. L.
A. Andrews will, as usual, act as
scores, and ho fills the bill In tho
best possible way.
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Tho regular monthly meeting of tho
Chlneto Athletic Club will bo held this
evening at the Chlneto Y. M, C, A, at
7:30 o'clock and it Is requested that
alt tho members turn up as Importaut
matters aro to be cdtibldercd.
Maui Cricket Team
Has Been Selected
At the meeting ot tho Honolulu
Crirkct Club, which was held cs
tcrday afternoon, the dctnlls of the
trip to Maul were discussed and n
number of names of men who will bo
able 'to make tho trip handed In.
The cricketers will leave town on
the Mauna Kea at noon on Tuesday,
Aug. 24. At McGregor's Landing
the team will be met by the boys
from Walluku and convened In auto
mobiles to tho town.
On Wednesday the cricket match
will be played ,and as the Maul play
ers are reported to be In the Best ot
form, a real good gamo should
On Wednesday evening the Oahu
boys will be entertained at dinner
by the Maul bunch. After dinner
there will be music and singing,
and later on the Claudine will be
boarded and the crowd will return to
A special round trip fare has been
arranged for, and the total cost will
only be f 9. There will bo no other
expenso except, maybe, for tobacco.
Tomorrow week there will be a
special practice game at Maklkl for
the men who are going to make the
It Is to be hoped that as many
members as possible will turn out tor
a game then, as the team for Maul
want all the practice they can get
to fit them for the inter-Island
match. The following men are cer
tain of going: Dob Anderson, C. P.
Morse, It. A. Jordan, J. C. McOill,
D. L. Wlthington. II. D. Dallcy, II.
M. Ayres, It. J. Duchly, J N. Dens-
ham, J. H. Flddcs, C. F. Makwell, F.
tl, Wlthington, S. Deardmore and
W. L. Stanley.
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Fighting Fifth And
Oahu Club Polo
At Moannlua tomorrow the Oahu
polo team will run up against the
Filth Cavalry for the third time,
and tho .resulting match should be
Just as good as tho others played at
Leltehua'. l j j,
The polo field at Moanalua Is at
Its best now, and' some good work
has been done on It to tritke all
ready for the big match of tomor
The Honolulu team has practiced
hard for the coming match, and the
Bchofleld Barrack men have done
the same. The latter team will be
without the services of Lleuteaant
Sheridan, and he will bo greatly
missed by his team mates,
8am-Baldwin will play for Oahu,
and he and the doctor of the same
Ilk should open the eyes of tho spec
tators to tho way the game should bo
Oahu will have a very strong
team tomorrow, and if the Fifth de
feat them they will be entitled to a
hugo amount nf praise. The Lelle
hua men have a good lot of ponies.
and as the small animals are aald to
be very fast, too, there will be some
thing doing on Squlro Damon's beau
Doing so close to town makes the
trip to the field very easy, and no
doubt a big number of polo enthusi
asts Will line the grounds and cheer
the men on to victory.
The game will start at 3:30
o'clock, and by that time the peo
ple who wish to see the match bad
better be on the ground, as the
game will start promptly on time.
Polo is on the boom, and a meet
ing will be held this afternoon to
mnke arrangements for the big
tournament starting on Wednesday,
Sept. 4, It Is Intended to make the
tournament ono of the biggest that
has ever been pulled off In these Is
lands, and from present Indications
It certainly will bo.
it a a
Tho Myrtlo Freshmen had a brush
with tho Senior crew on Tuesday even
Ing and the latter bunch got a severo
licking, tho Freshmen coming In some
ten boat lengths to the good.
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A bus will probably run from Iho
end of tho car line to tho polo field to
morrow, and it should proo a geat
convenience to those who want to tako
l tho game.
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Tho Ilivcrsldo Ieaguo will hold a
mcotlng today at noon In the offices
of A. L. C. Atkinson, and some Import
ant matters will come up for discussion.
Additional Sports on Page 6
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SATURDAY, August 14, 1909
20 ROUNDS 0
DICK SULLIVAN vs. JACK CORDELL
FOR THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
SARC0NI (U. S. M. C.) vs. KID TERRY (U. S. S. Iroquois).
130 pounds. 130 pounds.
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