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JAPANESE VISITORS VICTORS
BY SCORE OF ONE TO NIL
Oahu College Alumni Now the Ho-'),
of the Local Fans Great Game!
for Tomorrow Williams Must;
Once more the Wasedas shnvved
how they can Just manage to win
by n harrow margin, and yesterday,
by defeating the All-Military nine,
the visitors gave the baseball faim
that Is, the Huropean section n
heavy Jolt. The score of 1 to 0
shows how close and good a gama
It was, but the fact that the first
run was made In tho Initial Inning
and no further run-gettlug was
done, emphasizes the good work
done by both sides,
Thcro was a ery fair-sized crowd
present at 4 o'clock, when the game
started, and the rooting during the
game was noisy enough. The Jap
anese tana far outnumbered me
bthers, but the supporters of the
soldiers did their best to cheer their
Henry Walker acted as umpire,
nnd Nigel Jackson held down the
Job of scorer. Walker had some
close things to decide, but managed
to do the right thing overy time. He
has a good knowledge of the game
and keeps close tali on ever) thing
that goes on.
The WnsedaB started off In flue
shape, as llara, the Mist man up to
bat, hit the Hint ball pitched liv
Peyton, away out for a two bagger,
and then Kukaborl laid down a
beautiful buut as straight lis1 a die
towards first, and llara went to
third on the sacrifice. iBeda hit one
high out in the country, and was
caught by Klstler, but llara touch
ed his bag and mine racing home
safe before the ball could be re
turned. That- was all tho scoring done
during the game, although .there
were a couple of times when men
got to third only to die In some
foollBh way. The military m on had
a bad streak of coaching, as several
of their men were put out when
there was 'no iiecesslty for it.
Peyton pitched line ball and struck
out nine men. He did the one, two,
three act tfjvernl times, and was
cheered for his performance In the
box. Oi, for the Wasedas, pitched
his usual game, and Yamaguchl, the
catcher, coveret himself With glory
by making a couple of sensational
catches right up ugalnst tho grand
The Wasedas should be put up
against the strongest team that can
be gotten together In the islands.
The people of Honolulu do not wish
to see the Japanese visitors matched
with nines that they can dofeat
overy time, it would look nice for
the Wasedas to return home and be
hailed as the conquerors of. Hawaii
as regards baseball. Tomorrow tne
Oahu College. Alumni team will
tackle the Wasedas, and If tho
proper men are selected to, repre
sent ihe college, thero should be a
good chance of tho visitors being de
feated. If the Wasedas are again
victorious, they should go up against
the St. Louis College bunch, and if
they then win, they can take all the
credit due them. '
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The nfllclal score of jesterday's
game was as follows:
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It litis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
II. II 0 1 00000001
Tun.hfiKn hit. Ifarfl!. sacrifice bits.
Kukaborl. Iseda. Ottawa, Daly: left
on bases. Wuseda 0, Military 3:
double play, Peyton to Slorp; struck
out. by Peyton S, 01 4; bases on
called balls, off I'ejton 1, 01 2; hit
by pitcher, Lemn; passed ball, Ya
maguchl. Umpire. Walker; scorer,
JnoJ.mn; time of gnmp, 1 hour 2
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SOME DEWS ABOUT
Captain of Mollilou Thou"ht There
Wre Four Boats in the Race
Yawl Sailing Well.
W, 8. Ward, brother of L. T
Ward, who ts sal.lng the yowl Mol
lilou u the transpacific acht race,
has forwarded to the II u I I e 1 1 n
a telegram he received from the
yawl's cnptnlu shortly utter be had
reached San Pedro. The message
read as follows: "Arrived Ban Pe
dro five-thirty today, nfty-four hours
from Santa Cruz; light wind most
of the way. Fine weather; all well
and having good trip, lloat working
all right. Leave Saturday twelvo
o'clock. IViur boats going."
From the above It will be seen
thnt all the jnrhtsmon expected that
at leaBt four boats would start In
the transpacific rate, and It Is hard
to account for tho fact that one
presumably the Winsome failed to
get away for Honolulu.
Tho Oahu College Alumni are- de
ternlined to beat the Wasedas to
morrow, and there Is going to be a
great struggle while the nines nre
battling It out ou'the diamond.
NEW PLAYERS TO BE SEEN
ON THE BERETANIA COURTS
Play Starts August 1 and Atherton
it Richards Will Have to Defend
p ffiUe.-Good Play Expected
V Cdast Men Show Up Well.
' On re mOro the tenuis enthusiasts
will hae an opportunity of seelug
all the best plovers of Honolulu In
action, us on August 1 the Wall Cup
ttournnntent will .urt un on the
uenunnia ruling- ,( i
Tenpla Is all the rage nowadays,
and courts are In use everywhere.
Theic Is more tennis played at pres
ent than has been for years, and the
class of play has Improved a lot
There have been a lot of tourna
ments plaed, and the annual cham
pionship vvents lit traded a great
deal of attention.
The Wall Cup tournament Is play
ed ever) four months, and a beauti
ful silver tup stands ready to be
handed oer to the man who cau
win the event three times In all.
There have been several men who
have succeeded In getting two legs
'i for the trophy, but so far no one
has managed to win three times.
Two of the men who won out twice
nte (Ice nnd Warren, but both iay
em are now settled on the mainland
and out of local tennta for good.
Atherton Richards, the youngest
player who ever played lu Honolulu
tlrst-class tennis. Is the present hold
er of the Wall Cup. and hewlbaYe
to defend his title to the trophy
within n few weeks now. Young
Richards will have a' hard nut to
crack In Stanley Kennedy, who Is
back home on vacation from a main
land college. Kennedy la said to
play a strong game now, and to
have tonic line strokes that should
puzzle even Richards.
A. J. Lowrey Is another voting
plnjcr who Is visiting Honolulu fo.r
his holldajs and he will be seen on
the lleretnnla couts. With these
two joung plajers taking part In
the tournament, there should be
much Interest taken In the affair.
The tournament Is a handicap one,
and last ear the best plajers of the
Territory owed llfteen to Richards,
who, however, won most of his
matches so easily that it appeared
as If he could have won front the
virtual scratch mark.
The Wall Cup play will start on
Monday, August l, and will be con,
tinned every day till Mulshed. As
the weather Is settled now, there
should be' no delay lu playing off the
tournament quickly, and before long
It will be known If the present hold
er Is good enough to get his name
for the second time on the cup or
whotltfr n uew man will have tlle
honor. k .
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DOTS AND DASHE8.
The yachtsmen who come In on
the three boats that are taking part
In the transpacific race will be on
tortnlned at a dance on the eveulrff
of July .10, and the attalr will ho
at the Moana Hotel.
Tomorrow afternoon Ihe Oahu
polo players will tackle the Fifth
Cavalry, and a good game g ex
R22 m i
Tho Two Jaoks
i teams cram 10
1EAVE FOR Mil
ScmcgEJ7er Go Ahead of Others
IXftln Bed? Catch Mtieahala
Great Sport for Visitors.
Six Jeims will eo to Miut for the
Puunche hanent festival nnnuil
tennis tournament, and the pads
are as follows, llockus and Water-
houxe, l.owrey and Kennedy, Castle
and Low, Itoth uud Cooke, Cunha
and Rlchnrds, Steere nnd Nawell. It
Is possible that another pair may
mnko the trip, but It Is not known
for certain at present.
Castle, I.ow, l.owrey and Kcuqcd)
will leave on the Mauna Ken, which
sails on Tuesday, August 9, and they
will have some exhibition matches
with Meiers, Taor, Searby nnd
others, nt Puunciie, beforo the re
of tho Honolulu men reach I bo lilp
mill The other pairs leave- b tb
Mlkahala on Prlday, July IS
The clt) men nre looking forward
with pleasure to tho annual pilgrim
ago to Puuncne, nnd n number oi
people who do not play tennis In
tend making the trip with the team
The usual luau and dance will be
given nt the clubhouse, and a grand
time will be had by everybody
Tho new swimming pool will be
ready for use before the Honolulu
people reach Puunene, and races and
(living competitions will be In order
The baths will he n .great boon tn
ihe hot nnd tired tennis players.
COAST OH MU
Cordell in Active Training for Con
test With Sullivan's Brother-
Working at Camp Very.
Jack Cordell Is training at the
Marine Camp, and jesterdny after,
noon he started In tn do some box,-
lug that w' lit him for tho contest
with Pat Coriiyn, who came in on
the Sierra thla morning. Although
nothing definite has been settled as
In who Ib to manage the show, there
Is no doubt that the men will meet
In the uquared circle before long,
Barconl, the well-known boxer
from Camp Very, Is acting as head
trainer for Cordell. I.lmey ltlchardu
and Rattan nre doing the sparring
part of the' training stunts, and yes
terday made things Interesting for
Jack for ten rounds altogether.
Cordell Is getting Into condition
quickly, and he hopes that he and
Cornyn wllr- meet before long. The
fight fans urc tagT to see the two
men who boxed a four-round draw
at work once muiv, ami It Cordell
wlni from Cornvn he will then want
another go at 1)1 k Sullivan If the
latter will consent to come out or
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DOTS AND DASHES.
At Ihe iii"utlng of the Oahu
League vvlihh vvns held last night.
It was decided that Henry Chilling
vorth. should he the official umpire
lu future. Harney Juy's decisions
had not suited the Chinese team and
they would nut play with him ml
"Texna" Ramsdell defeated It, K.
Walker, tha South African sprint,
er, In n hundred-yard go at Stan
ford llrldge, Bng., on July 2. Tho
American won by a foot, and 'Pe
time was 10 1-5 seconds. The trick
Is reported to huve been heavy and
Abo Atteli and Kreddlo Welsh will
fight In London at 133 pounds, an I
the sports of the old country nre go
ing to see a great scrap when the
little fellows get Into the ring.
Company A defeated Company H
yesterday by a score of II to 5 Iri a
baseball game played at camp very
NEXT WKUh'S HILL.
A welcome announcement to local
theater goers will bo the forthcoming
production of 'The Rehearsal" at the
New Orpheum theater next Monday
night. "The Rehenrsul" Is the mus
ical adaptation of Nat Goodwin's for
mer success "Hobbles," one of the
funniest farces which the popular and
renowned comedian ever appeared lu.
Music Conductor Charles Justl has ur-
ranged some now musical numbera
for the piece und there are to be sev
eral popular specialties Introduced by
the principals of the Casino MubIcuI
Comedy Company. Miss Rockwell
will add u novel feuture to tho bill
next week by Hinging u song ot her
own composition together with Mas
cagnl's ''Ave Maria " ,
A very Interesting feature film at
the Park this week la the U. 8 Mil
itary Tournament hold ut Fort Leuv
'onworth, Kaus&s. The maneuvers aro
(PhoiU GGO) '.
Continued Succeti of .
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July 14, 15, 10
Mnitilay, TufSi!jv Wednesday
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PRICES ...,25c, 60c, 75o
Matinee. Saturday, 25c
Honolulu Athletic Park
SATURDAY, JULY 16:
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.' '
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 17:
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
., - 0. A. C. vs. WASEDA
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ion ouctt Below Beretanla
GEORGE GARDNER and ETHEL
DESMOND SISTERS and SHERMAN
J. V. OIBSON Dancing and Sing-
Admission 5c, 10o.. 15c.
VEST-POCKET MUSICAL COMEDYrj
MOTION PICTURES " 5
Admission ..15c, 10c, So.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
will hold its first quarterly dance oh
THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
GOOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME.
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO, - Attents
very plainly shown and being execut
ed by the crack regiments of the
United States tho film Is well worth
seeing, Tho vaudeville program Is
exceptionally good, the pretty Des
mond sisters, .funny Carl Wullner, it
and the operatic soloist, Kthel May, a
make up n program that Is w drill t
double the price ot admUslon.i ll.ill
The Veflt Pocket Comedy Trio con
tinues to draw good houses nt tho
Empire. They change their acta veryV'
often and nre always Introducing
something new. The trouble about
getting films U past and soma vifij;
pretty sconlo II I in h are being runiort''
as well us the beit In the wuy of
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that .ectema suffer
ers ask the Honolulu Drug Cp, ot this
city what reports he Is getting from
tho patients who have. utod tho oil ot
winlergreen liquid compouud, D. I), D.
Rubber Line U tho name ot a town
In Iowa, hut tt sound's like, the t1rnt.
row In the orchestra circle ot a bur
lesquo theatre,. Springfield Union. ,