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Good Show at Aloha Park on Satur-
day Night A Much Disputed
wueiuon win lie settled Good
On Saturday night tho loors of the
manly art In Honolulu will liuo a
program of "gtouBh" handed out to
them thnt should keep them well
pleased for n couple of hours. The
Aloha I'arlc will be the scene of battle
and or the men, the money and the
ring are all In readiness for the con
tests, (here BhoUld be no hitch In the
Larry Twoomey Is managing the
show und he wilt see to It flint "nil
goes well within anil' without tl;e
squared circle. Larry haa stipulated
In his contract with the boxers that
If there Is any suspicion of a fake,
the money will go to charity. , .
The wain event of thB''eveniW'will
be the Cordell-Comyii "engagement,!
which is io exieuu over niteen rounds.
The men will box straight rules und
sixty per cent of the gate rfcetpfa
will be divided between thcn. '.
Pat Cornyn Is winding -ilp UIk pre
parations now, und Is as fit-' as tho
proverbial fiddle. He looks well to
the eye land, does alt his training
Blunts, with the greatest of ease.' He
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uiu some ms; Doling- out nt Fort
Shatter yesterday and hit out with
the greatest vim uud d'ush. ills broth
er hud u lively four-round go with him
on Monduy and Put showed up very
well in It. A corps of admiring Shut
ter men is always In attendance ut
the afternoon sessions, aud many of
them like to put on tho gloves und
act as chopping blocks for Pat,
Cornyn will step Into the ring on Sat-
urduy night In the bcst'iiosslbUi con
dition, and Corded will luivo to l.e In
superb trim to hold his own with him.
The preliminary between Dugler
Sarconl and' Maddlson should also
provide a good go, and the Mis will
have their appetite whetted for the
big fight of later In the evening.
Sarconl Is well known to the Ho
nolulu fans and he has put up romu
good bouts In the local ring. The
Ilugler may be depended upon to put
up u greut fight against the man from
tho Coast, who is represented to be a
real good man with tho ml tin.
Tho show promises to bo a good
one and as everything will Im rleuu
und above board the show should bo
well attended by tho fans. As to who
will win it Is a dlfllcult thing to sny;
Cordell Is knowu here but Cornyn, bo
yond a so-called contest with Nelnon,
has shown nothing In public. Ho,
howovor, must be a good man and ho
has fought a four-round .rirrrV ivit'i
Cordell on the Coast
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Hugh Mcintosh Is evidently think
ing of A1, Kaufmann when ho talks
of a match between Johnson and an
Sweetheart Will Remnin in Port for
Two 'Weeks Some -of Visitors
to Return by Steamer.
All the visiting yachtsmen are hav
ing the time of their Ihes In Honolu
lu, and the mnny friends they hne
made nl ready In the city nre Btrlrlng
to gle them nn Insight of how things
nre done In Hawaii. Yesterday a
number or tho visitors were to be
seen all over the city and, although
the town was as dry 'and dead ns any
prohibition place In the world, the
clubs took care of the achtsmen In
The talk of a race, to llllo from Ho
nolulu has stopped, and It Is fairly
sure thut no such cnent will take
plnce. The expense would be some
thing nnd ufter tho cost of the trans
pacific event Is met, there will not be
much money left to take side trips.
The Sweetheart will remain In port
for a couple of week nnd then will
Ball for the mainland. Commodore
Smith will probubly take n run over
Io the -big Island and take a look nt
the olcano. '
I T Ward, who Bulled the MollL-
lou, will probnbly return to the
Coiisl on the Lurllne thut leates Ho
nolulu on August 9. The Mollllou
will shortly proceed to' Pearl Harbor
nnd wilt be a great addition toN the
local fleet or yachts.
Two Teams Tied for. First Place in
series Deciding Game Played
Yesterday afternoon ut Caliip Vers.
Company U beat Company II by n
score or 6 'to S. It was a fuitt and
exciting gnme, und the result was In
doubt right -up to the end:
Compaulcs A ai.d C ure now tied
rur the chnmplonehlp, und tomorrow
they will right It out to see who will
hold the honors. The standing or
the four teams s as follows: Com
pany A, .600; Company C, GUI;
Company H, r.OOj Company D, .333.
There has been iniirh sport lately
at the .Marine Camp, nnd the Inter
company ball games have been re
spouslhle for a lot of It. Old relia
ble Anderson has been ,cat:hlng tot,
Company II and he Is as gobd us ever.
tt a a , ,
DOTS AND JDASHES.
There appears to be a'danger of
America not being represented In the
Davis Cup play this cur. The cup
Is held by Australasian players, and
It Is up to ICnglnnd and America to
send teams ulong to tho Antipodes
BIO GAME THIS AFTERNOON
PLAY STARTS AT FOUR
, There Is some talk of getting Jef
fries Into the ring ag.tln with John
no ii, but the best thing the old boll
ermaker can do Is to stick to his
farm nnd not make a spectacle of
AH Military Team Determined to
W.pe Out the Japanese A Big
crowa ct lans Will He on Hand.
Big Crowd Expected.
This afternoon the W'nseda will
once more meet the All-Military
team and a gieat game Is expected
The soldiers have done some prnc
Using together nnd consequently ore
feeling very fit and, although ac
knowledging thnt the Japanese are
u ttiang omblnatlon, think that
they can hand the package or white-
wujIi to the Nipponese,
There Is a strong feeling existing
between the Japanese fans nnd the
American element, and the rooting
Today should be vt thing of oy from
the first ball pitched till the end of
The All-Mllltury nlue has been se
lected, nnd It Is as follows: Hell, p.;
UoMukoii, c; Davis, lb.; Walters,
2h.; Lemon. 3b.; McCall, ss.; KUt
ler, rf.; O'Suillvan. If.; Townsend,
cf Although the lineup looks pretty
good, there are many people who
think that more of the X. a. II. team
men shuulil tin useil.
Yesterday afternoon the soldiers
got going ou the diamond, and the
line ot practise dope tbey banded out
wa good enough to wlnj Hutrpnrc-
tlse and actual play Is totally differ
ent, and It may happen that the bril
liant catches uud throws to bases
muy not pun out uxuctl) the same
tthau the gruiidsluud und bleachers
ale crowded und the busy Jupnucno
ate hunting and stealing basca In
their usual aggravating manner.
All the faus who can possibly get
uwuy today are sure to be on huud
at 4 o'clock, when the game itarU,
nnd It won't bo the fault of the
American home rooters If the local
nine goes down In defeat.
Ou Satiirdur, July 30, the Oabu
College Alumni will again go up
against the Wasedas, aud all
it COMING EVCNT8. U
it Secretailea und manager's of it
tt athletic clubs uro Invited to scud ti
it In tho dates of nny events which tt
ii they may bo getting up, tor lu il
ti sertlnn under tho above head t:
ii Address all communications to t;
U tbe Sporting Kdltor, II u I lot In tt
ii tIASEUALL. tt
ti International Games. ti
it July 28. Picked Team vs. Wo- it
it scdn, n
ti July 30. O C. Alumni vs Wn it
it seila ti
ii Oshu League Series. tt
ti July 30. J. A. C. s. Marines. tt
it July 31. P. A. C vs. J. A. C. it
a July 31. c. A. C. vs. Wnsedn ti
it Oahu Juniors. tt
it July 31. Asahls vs. I'alamas. ti
it July 31. Mu Hocks s. C. A C tt
it Military League. ti
it July 30. Hospital Co. s Tort it
il linger tt
it July 30 l'ort Shatter s. Ma ti
ii rlnes. ti
ti Golf. ti
tt July 31. Novelty Tournament ii
tt August 21. Knursouie, Country ti
ii Club. ti
ii Cricket. q
it July 30. Match. ti
ti Tennis. ti
ti August K O. Hall Cup ti
il August 1. Wall Cup. tt
ti Boxing. ti
ti July 30. Cordell vs. Cornn ti
ti Polo. n
it August 10. Kauai vs. Fifth Cav ti
it airy. tt
it August 13, Oahu vs Kauai. it
it Basketball. ti
ti August 3. Y. M C. A. s. Port tt
ti Shaffer. It
HOME RtLEBS BUSY '
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
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Honolulu Athletic Park
Americans want the Honolulu play
ers to win. The Japanese section of
the fans will, of course, root for
thelr-'own couiilrymen.-That Is quite
right und proper, but it Is annoy
ing to see and hear Americans not
only' root for the Japanese, but ad.
dress Insulting remarks to their own
Sunday, July -31, will see the Wn
(Special Corresondence ) ,
1III.O, Hawaii. July 25. Thu Home
Itulerrt on the other side of thu Islalul
nio lieglunlnk to gt busy with their
nirnngvmeuls for tho coining cam
paign. The Kahuluu. Koun bunch had
a meeting last week, ut which tho fol
lowing wcro endorsed ns Its choice
for candidates: Sheriff, Keolonu!;
treasurer, Lalakcj; supervisor, J. N.
Koomoa; auditor, C. K. Mogtilrc; and
County Clerk, Archlo Hapul; provided
he would sign tho Home Itulu roll.
Tln Demo, nts or that same pre
cinct hae brruxht up tho name ofj
good 'aka Kan (una tor supervisor.
The Hume Inters and Democrats
at Knllua tast week picked out tho
following combination of candidates:
Sheriff, 8am Pna; treasurer, 1-alokea;
auditor, Magulre; supervisor, Kalal
waa; County Attorney. Hecnv It Is
betleed that Ewallko was picked out
for County Clerk, but this Is not certain,
Tho Knit Democratic precinct club
sedus once more on the dlan.on.. und . h" c1'' l,h ''"ow";b :
their upN.n.iiU will be the Chinese ''"'''" J u,,aln-ro"l,k;''11J-
Athletics. The local bo,s are to-l.lZLl JT ??
..... .- ... u n .:. .1,. i. nlku Kn,a: "crctary. W. II. Uilna-
termlned to put tt all oer the Jap
atiese visitors, and as the strongest
possible team Will be picked to hlay,
there Is a big chance of the Wane-
das once more tasting defeat.
n a a ,
The team that Is to go to Puu-
l.ene on August 11 Is a strong one,
and the big mill men will have to
put their best foot forward In order
Mrs. Ja;k Johnson, who nassed
through Honolulu In company with-, to hold their own
the champion, soon after the Uurns, i : ,
affair 'In Sydney, Is suing "'Dearie" I Polo men are getting ready for the
for divorce and clalms'SSO.OOO dam- big Inter-Ulund tournament that
uges. stnrts on August 10
holo; nsst, secretary, L, II. Kunahele;
10th Precinct, Walohlnu Presldrnt,
aco, Kauwo; vlco president, J. N.
Knnioku; secretary, J. Andrews; asst.
secretary, W. K. Holua Oplo; treasur
cr. E, K. Kauwo,
Train Passenger (to porter who Is
wielding wh'lsk): Much dust on-mr,
porter T Porter;' ''Bout flfjycenta
wuth, sir. tloston Transcript
SATURDAY. JULY 30: ' -
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
0. C. ALUMNI vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY, JULY 31:
P. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
0. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission 25c. 50c. and 75o.
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Saturday, July 30
PAT CORNYN of San Francisco
Fifteen Rounds Fifteen
Championship of Hawaii
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. ED MADISON
Camp Very Ban KraucUco
Time Called Eight-Thirty
PRICES Ringside, $3; Reserved
Seats, $2 and ?1 ; General Admission,
-Tickets at Fitrpatrick Bros., Hotel
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POSITIVELY TONIGHT I
Wonderful Troupe of Performing
Dors and Monkeys
Special Ladies' and Children's Mat
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THE MARVELOUS TYLTH
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AND MOTION PICTURES
Admission 5o, 10c. 16o
in the city " :
Admission lBo.. 10c. 5o.
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
will hold Us first quarterly dance on!
THURSDAY EVENINO, AUGUST 4,
at 8 o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall.
COOD MUSIC AND A GOOD TIME
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